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                                     TEST

I. Which did you hear? (1 mark for each correct answer)
Choose from the following groups of words the one you hear. Mark the corresponding
letter in your answersheet. Each of the words will be read once only.

               A        B            C             D
    1.       feel       fell         fill        fail
    2.       heal       hill         hell        hail
    3.       lead       lid          led         laid
    4.       keen       kin          ken         cane
    5.       part       pot          port        put
    6.       card       cod          cord        code
    7.       Mark       Mack         muck        mock
    8.       dark       dock         duck        dirk
    9.       each       itch         etch        H
    10.      heart      hut          hurt        hot
    11.      lark       luck         lurk        lock
    12.      short      shut         shirt       shot
    13.      veil       fail         whale       rail
    14.      low        law          no          nor
    15.      neat       knit         leet        lit
    16.      toil       toll         tall        toe
    17.      caught     curt         coat        cot
    18.      walk       work         woke        wok
    19.      light      night        right       white
    20.      born       barn         burn        bun
    21.      rare       rear         weir        where
    22.      chair      cheer        share       sheer
    23.      blaze      plays        braise      praise
    24.      blows      plows        browse      prows
    25.      blight     plight       bright      pride
    26.      glaze      clays        graze       craze
    27.      glean      clean          green     cream
    28.      glue       clue         grew        crew
    29.      crutch     crush        crash       crass
    30.      sheep      ship         cheap       chip
II. Choose the correct answers/responses to the statements/questions you hear. Mark
the corresponding letter in your answersheet. Each of the sentences will be read once
only. (1.5 marks for each correct answer)
1. The woman is planning to ________.
     A. go away                 B. stay for sometime
2. What did they hear?
     A. The cattle.             B. The kettle.
3. The speaker was talking about the ________.
     A. bend                    B. band
4. What has been stolen?
     A. The cock.               B. The cork.
5. Where are the girls going to?
     A. The show.                    B. The shore.
6. The speaker was talking about the ________.
     A. debt                    B. date
7. What did she get?
     A. Cheers                  B. Chairs.
8.        The speaker was talking about the ________.
     A. bear                    B. beer
9.        The speaker must have got a lot of ________.
     A. shocks                  B. socks
10. 10. The speaker was talking about cleaning the ________.
     A. dishes                  B. ditches
11. What is the old man doing?
     A. Joking.                 B. Choking.
12.       The speaker was talking about the ________.
     A. trains                  B. drains
13.       The speaker was talking about the ________.
     A. girl                    B. curl
14. What did he dial?
     A. A long number.          B. A wrong number.
15. What is the examiner doing?
     A. Collecting papers.      B. Correcting papers.
16. Did the speaker hear any sounds in the background?
     A. No.                     B. Yes.
17. What are they doing?
     A. Collecting the television. B. Connecting the television.
18. What does the USA have?
    A. Vast motorways.               B. Fast motorways.
19. What is the speaker looking for?
     A. Veils.                  B. Whales.
20. The speaker was asking about the ________.
     A. thumb                        B. sum
III. Listening comprehension (2 marks for each correct answer)

    You are going to hear 20 sentences or phrases. Each of the sentences or
phrases will be said twice. Decide which of the sentences or phrases in your
question paper is closest in meaning to the one you hear from the tape. Mark the
corresponding letter in your answersheet.

1.
A. The speaker is saying that they've bought a new car.
B. The speaker is asking whether they've bought a new car.
C. The speaker is asking what type of car they've bought.
2.
A. I know John, who is Bill's son, and I know Harry.
B. I know Bill's son, I know John, and I know Harry.
C. I know Bill, I know John, and I know Harry.
3.
A. He was one of the people who translated the book.
B. He not only wrote the book but also translated it.
C. He not only translated the magazines but also the book.
4.
A. The speaker is commanding someone to shut the window.
B. The speaker is politely asking someone to shut the window.
C. The speaker is asking someone's opinion about shutting the window.
5.
A. She dressed herself and fed the baby.
B. She dressed the baby and fed the baby.
C. She not only dressed the baby but also fed the baby.
6.
A. I know one particular sheep that can swim.
B. I know that all sheep can swim.
C. I know that some sheep can swim.
7.
A. The speaker is remarking on how great John's enjoyment was.
B. The speaker is asking if John enjoyed it.
C. The speaker is saying that John did not enjoy it.
8.
A. If you hit him on the head he will not be able to do it.
B. Even if you hit him on the head he would still refuse to do it.
C. You have to hit him on the head to make him do it.
9.
A. He can see, but not very clearly.
B. It is clear that he can't see at all.
C. The day is so clear that he can't see anything.
10.
A. I thought she was married, but she isn't.
B. I thought she was married, and so she is.
C. I thought about her marriage.
11.
A. I went out, but not because I wanted to see you.
B. I stayed home, because I wanted to see you.
C. I stayed home, but I couldn't see you.
12.
A. The speaker is asking a question in a rude way.
B. The speaker is asking a question in a neutral way.
C. The speaker is asking a question in a polite way.
13.
A. I have no doubts about his competence, but I doubt his motivations.
B. I have no doubts about his competence or about him at all.
C. I don't think he's very competent.
14.
A. She drinks coffee, but only special types.
B. She drinks no coffee at all.
C. She prefers tea to coffee.
15.
A. The children have left.
B. Someone has left the children.
C. The children have left someone.
16.
A. The speaker is offering tea, or coffee, or something else.
B. The speaker is offering either tea or coffee only.
C. The speaker wants to offer coffee instead of tea.
17.
A. She gave dog biscuits to somebody.
B. She gave biscuits to her dog.
C. She gave dog biscuits to her dog.
18.
A. He should have told me, but he didn't.
B. It is possible that he has told me, but I forgot.
C. He should have told me, and so he has.
19.
A. Some children were playing and only they looked unhappy.
B. All the children were playing and all looked unhappy.
C. The children were playing because they looked unhappy.
20.
A. I'm sure I've seen you here before.
B. You may have been here before, but I'm not sure about it.
C. I'm disappointed that you've been here before.
IV. Choose the words you hear in the parentheses in the following sentences.
    (1 mark for each correct answer)

V. Listening for information
     Listen to the following conversations between a doctor and a patient in a hospital
emergency department. Write the information in the appropriate box in the table.
Conversation 1 serves as an example. You will hear each of the conversations twice.
(2.5 marks for correct answers for each of the conversations)

VI.    Listen to the following talk and fill in the missing words. You will hear the
       talk twice. (2 marks for each correct phrase.)

VII. Write the phrases or sentences you hear from the tape. Each of the
     phrases/sentences will be read twice. (2 marks for each correct sentence.)

								
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