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PFI-TEST 000

UNITS

I LEVEL

3  MID TERM EXAM 

 

Read the possible answers in your test sheet and choose the best answer. Then, in your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space        that corresponds to the letter of your answer.

 

I.                     LISTENING:

A.       For questions 1-10 you must pick out the choice which best answers or completes the point asked. (1), (2, 3, 4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9, 10)  ……..

 

1. What is the reporter’s name?

a. Martin Hawk

b. Albert Hawk

c. James Hawk

d. Robert Hawk

 

2. What is the name of the person interviewed?

a. Majad Magandy

b. Ossama Bin Laden

c. Ussama Laden Bin

d. Kussama Bin Laden

 

3. What is Roberts’s question?

a. How old are you?

b. What is your name?

c. Were does you lives?

d. Where were you the last years?

4. What is the answer to the question?

a. hiding form George Bush

b. hiding from the U.S.A.

c. hiding from his wife

d. hiding from Alvaro Uribe Velez

 

5. Where did he hide himself?

a. Afghanistan

b. U.S.A mountains

c. Colombian mountains

d. Colombia’s deserts

 

6. Which are his future plans?

a. Stay in Colombia

b. Return to his country

c. Resign to U.S.A

d. Go to Colombia’s mountains

 

7. Who is the main character of the story?

a. Apolo Cripp

b. Rocky Balboa

c. Micky

d. Rocky Marciano

 

8. What level was Rocky?

a. Amateur

b. Professional

c. Rookie

d. World class

 

9. Who was Apolo Cripp?

a. Low- weight champion

b. medium weight champion

c. Kickboxing world champion

d. heavy- weight champion

 

10. Why did Apolo choose Rocky?

a. Because he needed publicity

b. because Rocky ask the favor

c. because Apolo wanted to help

d. because the public ask for it

 

11. Who was the winner?

a. Rocky Balboa

b. Apolo Cripp

c. Nobody win

d. The fight was annulated

 

12. Who trained Rocky?

a. Apolo Cripp

b. Michell

c. Micky

d. He trained alone

 

13. How did Apolo win?

a. Rocky resign

b. Knock- out

c. by decision

d. by points

 

14. What is the name of the person who is talking?

a. Nestor Alexander

b. Alexander Magnus

c. Charles Magnus

d. Alexander the great

15. He is from?

a. Macedonia

b. Rome

c. Greece

d. India

16. He said he was the ___

a. Prince of the world

b. Queen of the world

c. King of the world

d. Lord of the world

17. His lands extended from _____

a. North India to Philippines

b. Macedonia to the oxidant of India

c. oxidant of Macedonia to the north of India

d. Rome to Greece

 

18. The last thing he said is:

a. I was consider the reaches man in the world.

b. I was considered the king of the world.

c. I was considered the Lord of Macedonia.

d. I was considered a honest and considerate person.

19.

 

20.

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c

 d.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

28.

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b.

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d.

 

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b.

c.

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d.

 

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  Volver.

 

LANGUAGE USE:

Questions 1 to 15 are incomplete sentences.  Choose the word or phrase that best completes the sentence or the mini-dialogues. 

 

1. Pete is playing so_____ that he is probably going to win.

a. bad

b. excellent

c. good

d. horrible

 

2. The brother of my mother is my____

a. Uncle.

b. aunt

c. father

d. brother-in-law

 

3. My big brother is 15 ____ older than me.

a. days

b. yards

c. years

d. springs

 

4. We ___ there to play a soccer game last summer.

a. go

b. went

c. when

d. where

 

5. This summer I ___ go and visit my aunt.

a. went

b. can

c. will

d. would

 

6. Yesterday I planted some___

a. seeds

b. coins

c. bean

d. grappes.

 

7. I prefer to eat fruit or ____ ice cream, I love both.

a. neither

b. either

c. even

d. maybe

 

8. Did you ___ that stinky meet, it tested horrible.

a. tested

b. probe

c. touch

d. eat

 

9. Most people in the wordls celebrates the ___, the 31 of December.

a. Christmas

b. coming of a new year

c. Harekhrishna

d. coming of the dragon year

10. Am _ doing it good?

a. you

b. me

c. I

d. eye

 

11. Your brother Pete is my ___, I love him so much.

a. sister

b. partener

c. friend

d. boyfriend

 

12. We  received the packet just ___

a. today

b. tomorrow

c. last year

d. 2 days ago

 

13. My grandfather had a _____ attack and died.

a. hard

b. heart

c. heat

d. heard

 

14. I was fire because I was not _______

a. work

b. working

c. workin

d. worked

 

15. I am happy because I was ____ in the university.

a. past

b. accepted

c. acxepted

d. pass

 

16. When I was 10 year old, someone hit me with a stick, that is why I had this horrible ____

a. scar

b. heir

c. teeth

d. sign

 

17. ____ is my girlfriend.

a. she

b. She’s

c. He

d. She

 

18. How many ___ do human have in their hand?

a. toes

b. nails

c. fingers

d. fists

 

19. I am so small, but my brother is ___ than me.

a. more smaller

b. most small

c. more small

d. smaller

 

20. My pet is so ___, sometimes it comes disturbing.

a. laud

b. noisy

c. small

d. smaller

 

21. Yesturday I ___ with my brother.

a. fought

b. fight

c. punch

d. hit

 

22. I ____ working hard the last two days.

a. had been

b. been

c. had

d. am

 

23. Today I ____ study a lot.

a. would

b. should

c. will

d. will be

 

24. Yesturday I ___ this in my yard.

a. discover

b. discovered

c. found

d. founded

 

25. I ________ training all the morning.

a. am

b. should

c. am not

d. would be

 

26. How ___ you?
I am fine thak you.

a. am

b. is

c. are

d. be

 

27. Michelle ___ a new car last month, it cost a lot of mony.

a. brought

b. will buy

c. bough

d. buyed

 

28. It is a beutifull day today, ___?

a. isn’t it

b. was’nt it

c. no

d. is it

 

29. What are your plans for the weekend?

I ____ my friend in the city.

a. will visit

b. am going to visit

c. would visit

d. am trying to visit

 

30. ____ you go to the concert last night? It was excellent.

a. do

b. will

c. did

d. are

 

31. Angela____ not eaten so much candy, because now she is seek.

a. would

b. might

c. could

d. should

 

32. We can’t play soccer because it ____ now.

a. has been raining

b. is reining

c. rains

d. was raining

 

33. When Helen was a child, she ___ camping with her family every summer.

a. use to go

b. had gone

c. go

d. was going

 

34. Can you leave work early on Friday?

I don’t know. I ____  to ask my boss first.

a. have

b. must

c. should

d. could

 

35. While I _____ to the radio, the telephone rang.

a. was hearing

b. listened

c. heard

d. was listening

 

36. The school ____ two hundred years ago.

a. is build

b. has been build

c. was build

d. had been build

 

37. Nancy, ____ is my next door neighbor, is a professor at the university.

a. that

b. who

c. which

d. whom

 

38. I will miss you when you return to your country.

I will miss you too. ___ of you.

a. I am going to think

b. I’ll be thinking

c. I won’t be thinking

d. I am thinking

 

39. ____ you never been to the United States before?

a. has

b. are

c. were

d. have

 

40. My husband is ____ successful that he had been promouted two times this year.

a. so

b. such

c. as

d. so much

 

 

 

  Volver.

 

II.                   READING: Choose the correct answer.

 

 

Howard Hughes, the son of Howard Robard Hughes, was born in Houston on 24th December, 1905. Howard's father was the founder of founder of the Hughes Tool Company. His brother, Rupert Hughes, worked as a writer for Samuel Goldwyn's movie studios

 

Hughes attended private school in Boston before moving to the Thatcher School in California. A poor student, he never graduated from high school. However, his father arranged for him to attend the Rice Institute by donating money to the institution.

 

Howard Robard Hughes Sr. died when his son was 18. Howard inherited a controlling share in the Hughes Tool Company but his uncle, Rupert Hughes, supervised his business interests until he reached the age of 21. In 1924 Hughes bought out his relatives and became the sole owner of the Hughes Tool Company.

 

On 1st June, 1925, Hughes married Houston socialite Ella Rice. The couple moved to Hollywood and in 1928 Hughes produced the academy award winning film, Two Arabian Nights. In 1930 Hughes wrote and directed Hell's Angels, a movie about pilots in the First World War. In order to make the movie Hughes obtained 87 aircraft used in the war and hired the world's best pilots. The movie cost $3.8 million and although a box-office success, it lost over $1.5m.

 

Hell's Angels was followed by other films such as The Age for Love (1931), The Front Page (1931), Cock of the Air (1932), Scarface (1932) and Sky Devils (1932). Also was a great inventor and loved the planes, for this, he was called “the Aviator”.

 

 

 

1. What was Haward’s last name?

a. Houghs

b. Hughs

c. Huogs

d. Hughes

 

2. He was born in ________

a. London

b. Boston

c. Houston

d. Washington

 

3. When is his birthday?

a. 24 of October

b. 24 of December

c. 24 of November

d. 24 of September.

4. His family were the owner of _____

a. an airplane

b. the Hughes tool company

c. special satellite

d. nothing

 

5. Hell’s Angels was a movie about _____

a. War in Europe.

b. Special commandos in world war I

c. A lost soldier

d. Air combat during world war I

 

6. Howard Hughes was called ____

a. the crazy man

b. the aviator

c. the film man

d. the pilot

 

7. George Washington was born in ___

a. 1832

b. 1723

c. 1733

d. 1732

 

8. In which was he interested?

a. art and military

b. military art and western expansion

c. expansion to the west

d. arts and politics

 

9. He first fought in the war between ___ and ___.

a. French and indians

b. French and British

c. British and Indians

d. Indians and Indians

 

10.  At what age was his first fight?

a. 17

b. 16

c. 15

d. 18

 

11. His wife was ____

a. Martha Kent

b. Martha Dandrich Custis

c. Marthas Washington

d. Eleonor Dandrich Custis

 

12. What date did George Washington start the revolucion?

a. july 4, 1778

b. july 3, 1774

c. july 3, 1775

d. july 4, 1775

 

13. Who was the secretary of the state?

a. Jhon Jefferson

b. Antony Jefferson

c. Benjamin Franklin

d. Thomas Jefferson

 

14. He died because of a ____

a. throat- infeccion

b. heart- attack

c. bullet in combat

d. stomach- infeccion

 

15. When did he died

a. 15 of December, 1779

b. 14 of December, 1779

c. 14 of December, 1799

d. 15 of December, 1799

 

16. For what reason fought Washington?

a. to the liberty of the U.S.A.

b. To have peace

c. because he did not like the British

d. because he own mony

 

17. He was the ___ president of the U.S.A.

a. first

b. second

c. third

d. He was not a president.

 

18. The independence war extended for __ years.

a. 5

b. 6

c. 7

d. 8

 

19. He was born in ___

a. Cambridge

b. Massattchucet

c. Virginia

d. Philadelphia

 

20. In the military range he was a ____

a. Leutenant

b. Captain

c. Cornel

d. General

 

 

 

 

 

Born in 1732 into a Virginia planter family, he learned the morals, manners, and body of knowledge requisite for an 18th century Virginia gentleman.

 

He pursued two intertwined interests: military arts and western expansion. At 16 he helped survey Shenandoah lands for Thomas, Lord Fairfax. Commissioned a lieutenant colonel in 1754, he fought the first skirmishes of what grew into the French and Indian War. The next year, as an aide to Gen. Edward Braddock, he escaped injury although four bullets ripped his coat and two horses were shot from under him.

 

From 1759 to the outbreak of the American Revolution, Washington managed his lands around Mount Vernon and served in the Virginia House of Burgesses. Married to a widow, Martha Dandridge Custis, he devoted himself to a busy and happy life. But like his fellow planters, Washington felt himself exploited by British merchants and hampered by British regulations. As the quarrel with the mother country grew acute, he moderately but firmly voiced his resistance to the restrictions.

 

When the Second Continental Congress assembled in Philadelphia in May 1775, Washington, one of the Virginia delegates, was elected Commander in Chief of the Continental Army. On July 3, 1775, at Cambridge, Massachusetts, he took command of his ill-trained troops and embarked upon a war that was to last six grueling years.

 

He did not infringe upon the policy making powers that he felt the Constitution gave Congress. But the determination of foreign policy became preponderantly a Presidential concern. When the French Revolution led to a major war between France and England, Washington refused to accept entirely the recommendations of either his Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson, who was pro-French, or his Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton, who was pro-British. Rather, he insisted upon a neutral course until the United States could grow stronger.

 

Washington enjoyed less than three years of retirement at Mount Vernon, for he died of a throat infection December 14, 1799. For months the Nation mourned him.

    Volver.


 

 

 

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CLASS HOURS:                                                                                                       DATE:

 

 

 

 

 

 
LAST NAME

AND FIRST NAME:                                                                                          SCORE :

 

PFI-TEST 000

UNITS

I I LEVEL

FIRST MID TERM EXAM

 

I. LISTENING:       Each one =                            Total score =

 

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