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Answer Key to the Reading Comprehension Test for 9th  Form Students.

 

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Answer Key to the Listening Comprehension Test for 9th-1 Form Students.

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Answer Key to the Use of English Test for 9th Form Students.

 

  1. C. 2. A. 3. A. 4. C. 5. B. 6. A. 7.A. 8. C. 9. B. 10. B.

 

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General Certification of Secondary Education (trial work)

 

Name ____________________________Date ________________Form ________

  1. Listening Comprehension Test.

 

  1. You are walking down the street when somebody stops you ad speak to you.

What does he want to do?

  1. Give him direction.
  2. Give him address.
  3. Take him somewhere.
  1. You hear someone talking on a public telephone. What is she talking to?
  1. Her employer.
  2. Another employee.
  3. A doctor.
  1. You hear a part of a radio news report. Where is the reporter?
  1. In a conference hall.
  2. Outside a building.
  3. In a hotel.
  1. You hear someone on the radio describing her career. How does she feel?
  1.  Content.
  2. Frustrated.
  3. Jealous.
  1. You hear part of radio report. Who is speaking?
  1.  A policeman.
  2. A motoring expert.
  3. A car driver.
  1.  You hear someone talking on the phone. What is he doing?
  1.  Giving advice.
  2. Expressing disapproval.
  3. Trying to persuade.
  1. You hear two people discussing the local bus service. What is their opinion of it?
  1.  The service is unreliable.
  2. The fares are too high.
  3. The journeys are very slow.
  1. You hear part of an interview with a sportsman. What is the situation?
  1.  He has just won a match.
  2.  He is about to play.
  3. He has decided to retire.
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General Certification of Secondary Education (trial work)

 

Name _____________________________Date __________________Form _________

2. Reading Comprehension Test

 

TEXT 1: From “The Effects of Stress” by http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/490/reading/stress3-reading.htm

 

There is a famous expression in English: “Stop the world, I want to get off!” This expression refers to a feeling of panic, or stress, that makes a person want to stop whatever they are doing, try to relax, and become calm again. 'Stress' means pressure or tension.  It is one of the most common causes of health problems in modern life.  Too much stress results in physical, emotional, and mental health problems.

There are numerous physical effects of stress.  Stress can affect the heart.  It can increase the pulse rate, make the heart miss beats, and can cause high blood pressure.  Stress can affect the respiratory system.  It can lead to asthma.  It can cause a person to breathe too fast, resulting in a loss of important carbon dioxide.  Stress can also affect the stomach.  It can cause stomach aches and problems digesting food.  These are only a few examples of the wide range of illnesses and symptoms resulting from stress.

Emotions are also easily affected by stress.  People suffering from stress often feel anxious.  They may have panic attacks.  They may feel tired all the time.  When people are under stress, they often overreact to little problems.  For example, a normally gentle parent under a lot of stress at work may yell at a child for dropping a glass of juice.  Stress can make people angry, moody, or nervous.

Long-term stress can lead to a variety of serious mental illnesses.  Depression, an extreme feeling of sadness and hopelessness, can be the result of continued and increasing stress.  Alcoholism and other addictions often develop as a result of overuse of alcohol or drugs to try to relieve stress.  Eating disorders, such as anorexia, are sometimes caused by stress and are often made worse by stress.  If stress is allowed to continue, then one's mental health is put at risk.

It is obvious that stress is a serious problem.  It attacks the body.  It affects the emotions.  Untreated, it may eventually result in mental illness.  Stress has a great influence on the health and well-being of our bodies, our feelings, and our minds.  So, reduce stress: stop the world and rest for a while.

 

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  1. Physical, emotional, and mental problems are commonly caused by stress.
  2. Stress is one of the most common causes of health problems in modern life.
  3. According to the essay, the arms may suffer physical problems caused by stress.
  4. Stress can affect emotions by making people feel elated and thrilled.
  5. Long term stress can lead to depression and alcoholism.
  6. People often develop addictions when trying to relieve stress.
  7. If untreated, stress could often lead to death.
  8. Stress can affect the respiratory system by causing stomach problems.
  9. Stress can affect the heart by decreasing the pulse rate.
  10. Symptoms of emotional stress include feeling hungry and thirsty.

 

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General Certification of Secondary Education (trial work)

 

Name ____________________________Date ________________Form ________

3. Complete the text with the correct words from the table.

         Bengali is a region in India with (1) ……… own language and its own culture. It is a practice of Bengali nomenclature to grant every person two names. (2)…….. names are a pet name or daknam and a good name or bhalonam. The meaning of daknam is the name by (3) …….. one is called by close friends and family. It is used at home and in (4) ……. private situations. Pet names are a remnant of childhood, a reminder that life is not always (5)…….. serious, formal, and complicated. Pet names are never (6) ……..officially. Everyone in Bengali has a pet name. These are the names by which even adult people (7) ……… in their respective families, the names (8)…… they are scolded an missed and loved.

          Unlike good names, pet names are frequently (9)…….., silly, ironic. Every pet name is paired with a good name that (10)………as identification in the outside world.

 

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Answer Key to the Listening Comprehension Test for 9th Form Students.

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General Certification of Secondary Education (trial work)

 

Name ______________________________Date _____________Form ________

  1. Listening Comprehension Test.

 

  1. You hear a critic on the radio talking about a book. What is his main criticism of the book?
  1. A. The style is poor.
  2. The plot is too complicated
  3. The characters are not believable.
  1.  You hear someone talking about a time when she was a student abroad. What she particularly like?
  1. The school she studied at.
  2. The town she stayed in.
  3. The family she stayed with.
  1. You hear a radio interviewer introducing a guest. Who is the guest?
  1. A scientist.
  2.  A businessman
  3. An inventor
  1.  You hear a caller on a radio phone in programme. What feeling does the caller express?
  1.  Sympathy.
  2. Self – pity.
  3.  Envy.
  1. You hear a part of radio interview. Who is being interviewed?
  1. A customer at a shop.
  2. The manager of a shop.
  3. Someone who lives near a shop.
  1. You hear someone talking on a public telephone. What does she want to other person to do?
  1. Explain something he said.
  2. Apologize of someone.
  3. Give an honest opinion.
  1. You hear someone talking at the Information Desk in an airport. What is his situation?
  1. He has missed his flight.
  2. He has come to meet someone.
  3. He thinks there is a massage for him.
  1. You hear the presenter talking at the beginning of a radio programme. What  is the programme going to be about?
  1. How to eat healthy.
  2. New food products.
  3. Eating habits.

 

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General Certification of Secondary Education (trial work)

 

Name ___________________________Date _______________Form ________

2. Reading Comprehension Test

 

TEXT 1: from The Revolution Will Not Be Pastuerized:  Inside the Raw-Milk Underground by Nathaneal Johnson, Harper’s, 2008

 

The requirement for pasteurization—heating milk to at least 161 degrees Fahrenheit for fifteen seconds—neutralizes such deadly bacteria as Campylobacter jejuni, Listeria monocytogenes, Escherichia coli, and salmonella. Between 1919, when only a third of the milk in Massachusetts was pasteurized, and 1939, when almost all of it was, the number of outbreaks of milk-borne disease fell by nearly 90 percent. Indeed, required pasteurization is part of a much broader security cordon set up in the past century to protect people from germs. Although milk has a special place on the watch list (it's not washable and comes out of apertures that sit just below the orifice of excretion), all foods are subject to scrutiny. The thing that makes our defense against raw milk so interesting, however, is the mounting evidence that these health measures also could be doing us great harm. 

Over the past fifty years, people in developed countries began showing up in doctors' offices with autoimmune disorders in far greater numbers. In many places, the rates of such conditions as multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes, and Crohn's disease have doubled and even tripled. Almost half the people living in First World nations now suffer from allergies. It turns out that people who grow up on farms are much less likely to have these problems. Perhaps, scientists hypothesized, we've become too clean and aren't being exposed to the bacteria we need to prime our immune systems. 

 What we pour over our cereal has become the physical analogue of this larger ideological struggle over microbial security. The very thing that makes raw milk dangerous, its dirtiness, may make people healthier, and pasteurization could be cleansing beneficial bacteria from milk. The recent wave of raw-milk arrests comes at a time when new evidence is invigorating those who threaten to throw open our borders to bacterial incursion. Public-health officials are infuriated by the raw milkers' sheer wrongheadedness and inability to correctly interpret the facts, and the raw milkers feel the same way about them. Milk as it emerges from the teat, it seems, is both panacea and poison.

 

  • Statements 1 through 10 (on your answer sheet circle + if the statement is true, - if it is false)

 

  1. In order for pasteurization to occur, the temperature of milk must reach a specific degree.
  2. The introduction of pasteurization reduced the number of milk-borne diseases in Massachusetts.
  3. Nowadays, we try to protect ourselves from germs in all foods, not just milk.
  4. Pasteurized milk can cause Crohn’s disease.
  5. More than half of the people living in Third World countries suffer from allergies.
  6. People who grow up on farms tend to be healthier because they avoid the germs of cities.
  7. Because pasteurization is the law, some people have been arrested for selling raw milk.
  8. Scientists agree 100% that all milk should be pasteurized.
  9. Scientists and individuals cannot agree on whether milk should be pasteurized or not.
  10. The main idea of the text is that exposure to bacteria in small amounts may make people healthier.

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Name ____________________________Date ___________Form ___________

3. Complete the text with the correct words from the table.

     Author J. K. Rowling is open to the possibility that she may write (1)……… Harry Potter book. Or maybe even (2)…….. more. That’s what she (3)………. talk show host Oprah Winfrey in an interview recently.

       The Harry Potter series beginning with Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and ending with (4)…….. seventh novel,  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, (5)………Rowling international fame. More (6)…….400 million books (7)……….worldwide.  The  series also made her one of the richest (8)……… in Britain, according to Forbes magazine. So (9)…….. we see another Harry Potter novel in the near future? Probably not very soon. Rowling says she’s moved on to a new phase in her writing. In the meantime, kids can always close their eyes, wave a wand… and (10)……. a wish.

 

 

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Answer Key to the Listening Comprehension Test for 9th Form Students.

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Answer Key to the Use of English Test for 9th Form Students.

 

  1. B.  2. A. 3. A. 4. C. 5. A. 6. B. 7. B. 8. A. 9. C. 10. B.

 

 

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