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Name: Final Exam (1 BACH)

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1. Write the verb in brackets into the right tense.


1. He ......................................(bring) his wife to the party tonight

2. I ....................................(just/sart) learning French. I ..............(not/study)


languages when I ..................(be) at school.

3. When I ......................(open) the door, I ................(see) a man bleeding.

4. Whats the biggest lie she..................................(tell/ever)?

5. What .....................................(you/do) when I ..................(phone) you yesterday?

6. Stop making that noise!! You .........................(use) that machine for 2 hours!!

7. He is good at ..................(write) poems, but I ...........................(not


like)to.................... (read) them.

8. Tomorrow at 22:30 we .......................(go) to bed.

9. I .................................................(never/be able to) dive under water.

10. What ...........................(you/visit) on your next holidays?

11. Well lock the doors as soon as you ................(sit) safely in the van.

12. Who............................(ring) the bell? I think its my sister.

13. When the police car ...............(arrive),the thief ,......................(already/run) away.

14. I think drugs ............................(be/never) abolished.

15. She ...........................(not/find) a solution to her problem yet.

16. .....................................(you/ever/sleep) in a tent? No, but I .....................(take) a


survival course this summer.

17. What are you doing? Oh!I ..................................(I/clean) the house for 3 hours
Im exhausted.

18. (you/like/listen)................................... to soap operas?

19. You can phone Peter, its 12 oclock and I think he ..................(already/wake up)

20. How long .................................(you/live) in this house?


21. She.........................(cut) the grass in the garden when she ...................(hear) the
bomb.

22. I.....................(phone) everyday, I promise.

23. My old car is making too much noise, it .......................................(break down).

24. When ..................................(you/first/meet) John? I think it ...........(be)ten years


ago.

25. I ...............................(not/play) football since I was 5 years old.

2. Join the following pairs of sentences. There are defining and non-
defining relative sentences. Omit the relative pronoun when possible.
1. She showed me a photograph of her son. Her son is a policeman.

2. The new stadium will be opened next month. The stadium holds 90,000 people.

3. John is one of my closest friends. I have known John for eight years

4. The boy is one of my closest friends. He is waiting for me.

5. Thank you for your letter. I was very happy to get your letter.

6. The letter is in the drawer. Peter has sent the letter to you.

7. Next week-end Im going to Glasgow. My sister lives in Glasgow.

8. Next summer we are visiting the town. My father was born in this town.

9. The storm caused a lot of damage. Nobody had been expecting the storm.

10. That man over there is an artist. I dont remember his name.

11. Mr Yates is retiring next month. He has worked for the same company all his life.

12. My sister is visiting us next week. You once met her.

13. Mr Carter is very interested in our plan. I spoke to him last night.

14. Ive just bought some books about astronomy. Im very interested in astronomy.

15. The man is in prison. Janet fell in love with this man.

16. Mr Roberts is in prison. Janet fell in love with him.

She hasnt given me back my book. She borrowed it from me last week.

17. Have you seen the biscuits? They were on the top shelf.
18. A woman gave me the application form. She told me how to fill it out.

19. The novel is about a child. Her parents die in the jungle.

20. Charles Chaplin was a famous comedian. He directed well-known films.

21. You are going to meet a girl tomorrow. She is intelligent and pretty, too.

22. I bought a new CD. Its songs are by different country music singers.

3.Complete the following conditional sentences:


1- My parents couldnt phone me. If my parents ........................................ (phone) me, I
them the truth. (tell)

2- I would have another opportunity if I..............................................................................


. harder. (try).

3- Ill go with her if she .. my help.


(need)

4- She cant go on holiday unless she ... all


the subjects. (pass)

5- If we miss the train, we .. a taxi. (take)

6- If it rains, the children . in the garage.


(play)

7- If I saw her, she . me anything, she is so


stupid. (not tell)

8- If the child had been ill, I . the doctor


immediately. (call)

9- If you had seen that programme, you


it. (like)

10- You ................................ (not/pass) the exam unless you.............................................


.. much harder. (study)

11- If you .............................. (heat) water at 100C, it


(boil=hervir)
12- If he had apologized, I...................................................................................................
him. (forgive)

13- If you are thirsty, some water. (drink)

14- I would go out with them if they drugs.


(not take)

15- If we didnt have a car, we .. the


bus. (catch)

16- I would have understood your situation if you


it to me. (explain)

17- If you could help me, I . grateful to you


eternally. (be)

18- You are intolerant. You ..................................(have)more friends if you


..more tolerant. (be)

19- You are poor but if you .......................... (be) rich, you
.. your money on stupid things. (spend)

20- If you had cleaned the house, you with your


friends yesterday. (go)

21- Unless you water the flowers, they . (die)

22- Go to bed if you tired. (be)

23- We would have won the prize if we for


a month. (train)

24- If he had been more careful, nothing ..


to him. (happen)

4. Write the following sentences in indirect speech:


1. I had a bad cold last week, the worker said.

2. We are painting our house today, my friend said.

3. The palace will be open to the palace tomorrow, the official said.

4. The boss is examining our work now, the worker said.

5. Havent you ever worked on a computer before? she asked.

6. Where are the Niagra Falls? the child asked.


7. Was Don Quixote de la Mancha written by Cervantes? he wondered.

8. What have you made for dinner? she asked him.

9. Can we see him this evening or tomorrow morning? the woman wondered.

10. When did the committee decide to fire the workers? he wanted to know.

5. Put the following sentences into the passive voice. Do not mention
the agent unless it seems necessary.

They have given me a watch.

Mr Winston gives presents to all the staff at Christmas.

They wrote a letter to her.

The hotel manager has offered Diana a job.

Our father promised my sister and me a new car.

Someone left this purse in a classroom yesterday.

Guests can order coffee and sandwiches up to 11.30.

An ambulance had taken the sick man to hospital.

Can we do something about that?

The other day a dog chases a thief who tried to get in the warehouse.

Some people carried Jack off the field on a stretcher.

You must dry it.

They are demolishing the entire block.

Men with slide rules used to do these calculations.

Passengers shouldnt throw away their tickets.

Someone seems to have made a terrible mistake.

The rescue team dug the victims out in two hours.


READING TEST
A PSYCHOLOGICAL TEST
A friend of mine told me recently about a test designed to determine if a child is
going to be successful in the adult world. I am not sure how scientific the test was intended
to be or if my friend remembered the details accurately, but here goes.
A four-year-old child is in the psychologist`s office. There is a delicious-looking
chocolate on the table. The chocolate is easy for the child to see and is perfectly accessible.
The psychologist engages the child in conversation for a few minutes and then pretends that
she has to leave the office.
If the chocolate is still there when I come back, she says, I will give it to you and
another one. But if you eat that chocolate before I get back, there won`t be another!
Well, most of the children apparently took a bird-in-the-hand view and ate the
chocolate while the psychologist was away. A few, however, exercised self-control and left
it well alone. Ten years later, it seems, the children who didn`t eat chocolate were showing
more signs of success in their studies. Why? The idea, it seems, is that instead of being
subject to the immediate impulses, they are capable of sacrifice in the short term in order to
gain in the long term.

Answer questions 1-3 according to the information given in the text. Use your own
words. ( 3 points)

1. What do the psychologist and the child do in the office?


2. Why does the psychologist leave the office?
3. Which students were less successful in their studies?

Lexicon ( 2 points)
4. Fin one synonym in the text for simulate.
5. Find in the text the word which has the following definition: easy to reach.
6. Give one opposite of gain.
7. Find one synonym in the text meaning triumph.

Write a composition (100-120 words). Choose one of the following topics. (3 points)
1. Would you like to be a psychologist? Why? Why not?