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PRUEBA DE INGLES
En las preguntas siguientes, marque A, B, o C en su hoja de respuestas
¿DÓNDE PUEDEN VER ESTOS AVISOS?
A. in the airport.
B. in a public place.
C. at the bus stop.
A. on a door.
B. on a cookies can.
C. at the bus station
A. on a bank door.
B. on a box.
C. in the train station.
A. at a sport club.
B. at a golf field.
C. on a T – shirt.
A. on a traffic light.
B. near a traffic light.
C. on the street.
¿CUÁL PALABRA CONCUERDA CON LA DESCRIPCIÓN DE CADA FRASE DEL ENUNCIADO?
126. This is one of the largest animals in the sea
A. Whale. B. Siren. C. Dolphin.
127. This animal lives in Africa. It eats the leaves of trees, and it has a long neck
A. Fox. B. Elephant. C. Giraffe.
128. This animal looks like a large cat. It lives in forests
A. Elephant. B. Tiger. C. Deer.
129. This animal is an intelligent sea – mammal. It likes to jump out of the water, and sometimes follows ships
A. dolphin. B. Jaws C. Seal.
130. This animal lives in large groups and eats grass. Its fur is used for making clothes
A. Sheep. B. Fox. C. Bear.
COMPLETE LAS CINCO CONVERSACIONES
131. Excuse me, Is there a bank in this neigborhood?
A. Yes there is.
B. No, but I have some time.
C. I don´t have money.
132. Where is it?
A. In the bank.
B. Two blocks ahead.
C. It´s large and comfortable.
133. Do you work there?
A. No. I´m a teacher.
B. My sister.
C. Yes, this is the bank.
134. That is a beautiful work.
A. Thank you. I enjoy it.
B. I´m tired.
C. The school is small and a pretty.
135. Well. The bank is here.
A. You had been very kind. Bye.
B. Do you have money?
C. Thanks for your friendship.
En el siguiente texto encontrará algunos números en donde debe ir una palabra. Cada número corresponde a una pregunta, en la cual usted debe seleccionar una letra A, B, o C, según la palabra que considere más adecuada para completar el texto.
Alligators (136)...... powerful, and they are. An adult alligator can be more than 11 feet long. Its dark, rugged skin is like a protective covering. Its mouth holds about 80 teeth. (137)...... any of these teeth wear down or fall out, new ones replace them. An alligator may grows as many as 3,OOO teeth during its life.
People (138)...... confuse alligators with crocodiles. These animals are similar in appearance, but (139) ...... are differences. For example, the crocodile has a longer, thinner nose than the alligator has. Also, some of the the crocodile's teeth show even when its mouth is closes When an (140)...... mouth, its teeth cannot be seen.
136. A. See. B. watch. C. look.
137. A. Where. B. When. C. Which.
138. A. Often. B. daily. C. Normal.
139. A. they. B. there. C. their.
140. A. his. B. its. C. hers.
De acuerdo con la siguiente información responda A, B o C en su hoja de respuestas
Our new home In Los Angeles is large and pretty. Los Angeles is
beautiful. The weather is warm and sunny. Today it's 78" E
Our family is in the park today, and we're having a good time. My
mother is reading a book, and my father is listening to musíc. My sister
Patty is riding her bicycle and my brother Tom is skateboarding.
My grandparents aren't in the park today. They're at
home. My grandmother is baking, and my grandfather is planting flowers in the yard.
How's the weather in New York today? Is it snowing? What are your
141. Patty is
A. Alex´s sister B. Bob´s sister C. Bob´s mother
142. Where did bob and his family live?
A. In Washington B. In los angeles C. In New York
143. One of these sentences is false
A. Los angeles is large and pretty
B. Bob´s family have a good time at the park
C. The grandparents os bob stay at homa
144. The bob´s family is composed by
A. his mother, his father and his brothers
B. his grandparents, his parents, his sister and his brother
C. his father, his mother, his brother and sister
145. According to the text,
A. Bob likes los Angeles and new home
B. Los Angeles is far from New York
C. Alex is going to visit Los Angeles
Responda las preguntas de acuerdo con el siguiente texto.
Nasreddin and the Pot
One day Nasreddin borrowed a pot from his neighbour Ali. The next day he brought it back with another little pot inside. "That's not mine," said Ali. "Yes, it is," said Nasreddin. "While your pot was staying with me, it had a baby."
Some time later Nasreddin asked Ali to lend him a pot again. Ali agreed, hoping that he would once again receive two pots in return. However, days passed and Nasreddin had still not returned the pot. Finally Ali lost patience and went to demand his property. "I am sorry," said Nasreddin. "I can't give you back your pot, since it has died." "Died!" screamed Ali, "how can a pot die?" "Well," said Nasreddin, "you believed me when I told you that your pot had had a baby."
146. The owner of the pot was
A. Nasreddin. C. Both of them.
B. Ali. D. The baby.
47. Nasreddin borrow the pot
A. Once c. Three times.
B. Twice. D. Several times.
48. How many pots did he give back the first time?
A. We don´t know. C. one.
B. none D. two.
149. The neighbor was happy to lend his pot a second time because
A. He was greedy.
B. He was a good neighbor.
C. He had lots of spare pots.
D. He is a kind person.
150. What probably happened to the pot?
A. It died.
B. The neighbor took it back.
C. Nasreddin kept it.
D. It has another baby.
FIN DE LA PRUEBA