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Diagnostic Test

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Vocabulary

1 Match the pictures with the natural phenomena.

1 tornado 4 flood

2 avalanch 5 wildfire

3 earthquake

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2 Complete the table with the correct adverbs.

adjective adverb quick a) careful b) good c) easy d) fast e) 5

Grammar

3 Complete the sentences with the past

continuous affirmative of the verbs in brackets.

a It (rain) at eight o’clock

yesterday evening.

b I (watch) TV.

c My parents (play) a computer

game.

d Jake and Todd (listen to) music.

e My brother (read) a book.

5

4 Make questions about what was happening this morning using the past continuous. a it / rain?

b your brother / watch TV?

c Jake and Todd / play a computer game?

d you / listen to music?

e your parents / read their books?

5

5 Answer the questions in exercise 4 with short answers. a

b

c

d

e

5 a c e b d

Unit 5

Progress Test A

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Diagnostic Test

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6 Circle the correct alternatives.

a Hannahwasn’t liking / didn’t like the film. b It was raining / rained when we arrived at

school.

c Ihad / was having a salad for lunch yesterday.

d Davidwatched / was watching TV when Jenny phoned.

e My friends weren’t buying / didn’t buy any new clothes last weekend.

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7 Complete the sentences with the past simple or the past continuous form of the verbs in brackets.

a She lost her keys while she (walk) home.

b I (find) my cap when I was

tidying up.

c It (not rain) when we left the

house.

d He (not do) the ironing when

mum got home.

e Sarah (have) an accident while

she was driving home.

f Tom (not see) a scary

programme on TV last night.

g Dad (read) the newspaper

when the telephone rang.

h We (not go) to school last

Friday.

i Tom was eating his dinner when

I (call) his house.

j Ben (walk) home when

I saw him.

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Reading

8 Read the story and decide if the sentences are True (T) or False (F).

Shark!

I went to Scotland last year for my summer holiday. Many people think that Scotland is always wet and cold, but the weather was beautiful.

It was really hot and sunny, so one day I decided to go for a swim in the sea. The water wasn’t cold and I stayed in for a long time. I was swimming alone, about 50 metres from the beach, when I saw something big and dark in the water. It was moving through the water towards me. I started to swim away, but I saw that it was following me. ‘It’s a shark!’ I thought. I was so scared, and I swam really quickly back to the beach. A man on the beach told me that it was a basking shark. He said that basking sharks are not dangerous to people. They are very slow and they swim with their mouths wide

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the water.

So I’m not scared of basking sharks now. I’m going back to Scotland for my holiday again next year, and maybe I can swim with basking sharks again.

Peter, 15

1 Peter spent his summer holiday

in Scotland. T / F

2 It was cold every day. T / F

3 Peter saw a shark when he was

sitting on the beach. T / F

4 Basking sharks swim very slowly. T / F 5 Peter is scared of basking sharks. T / F

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Unit 5

Progress Test A

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Diagnostic Test

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Writing

9 Write a story about a frightening experience. Use some or all of the words in the box to help you.

frightening worried lonely lost keys phone police dark

When I was years old I

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Listening

10 6 Listen and circle the correct answers. 1 How old was Karen when she went on the

skiing holiday? a 13 years old b 12 years old c 14 years old

2 Who did she go on holiday with? a her parents

b her brother

c her parents and her brother

3 Why did her parents stay at the hotel on the last day of the holiday?

a They wanted to pack the suitcases. b They wanted to drink hot tea. c They wanted to watch TV.

4 What was the weather like on the last day of the holiday?

a It was raining.

b It was sunny and cold. c It was snowing hard.

5 How long did Karen and her brother wait for their parents to come and find them?

a an hour and a half b half an hour c an hour 10 VOCABULARY 10 points GRAMMAR 30 points READING 10 points WRITING 10 points LISTENING 10 points TOTAL 70 points

Unit 5

Progress Test A

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Diagnostic Test

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Vocabulary

1 Match the pictures with the natural phenomena. 1 landslide 4 hailstones 2 hurricane 3 tsunami 5 thunder and lightening 5

2 Complete the table with the correct adverbs.

adjective adverb quiet a) angry b) fast c) careful d) good e) 5

Grammar

3 Complete the sentences with the past

continuous affirmative of the verbs in brackets.

a It (snow) at eight o’clock this

morning.

b My sister (have) a shower.

c My parents (make) breakfast.

d I (get) ready for school.

e My friends (do) their

homework.

5

4 Make questions about what was happening this morning using the past continuous. a it / snow?

b you / have a shower?

c your parents / make breakfast?

d your sister / get ready for school?

e your friends / walk to school?

5

5 Answer the questions in exercise 4 with short answers. a

b

c

d

e

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a c e b d

Progress Test B

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Diagnostic Test

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6 Circle the correct alternatives.

a Italked / was talking when the teacher came in.

b Theyweren’t watching / didn’t watch TV because they had visitors.

c My dad drove / was driving when the accident happened.

d Itwas snowing / snowed at the time of the avalanche.

e We weren’t playing / didn’t play tennis at four o’clock because there was a thunder storm.

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7 Complete the sentences with the past simple or the past continuous form of the verbs in brackets.

a Mark and Sofia (do) their

homework when I called.

b Danny was having a shower when

I (arrive).

c I (not find) the keys when

I was tidying up my room.

d While we (have) the party,

Elena broke her arm.

e Mum (read) the newspaper

when she heard a noise.

f Jill (not like) the film.

g It (rain) when we arrived.

h I (not have) pizza for lunch

yesterday.

i My mum (clean) the kitchen

when I got home.

j Sara (not phone) me last night.

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Reading

8 Read the story and decide if the sentences are True (T) or False (F).

Shark!

I went to Scotland last year for my summer holiday. Many people think that Scotland is always wet and cold, but the weather was beautiful.

It was really hot and sunny, so one day I decided to go for a swim in the sea. The water wasn’t cold and I stayed in for a long time. I was swimming alone, about 50 metres from the beach, when I saw something big and dark in the water. It was moving through the water towards me. I started to swim away, but I saw that it was following me. ‘It’s a shark!’ I thought. I was so scared, and I swam really quickly back to the beach. A man on the beach told me that it was a basking shark. He said that basking sharks are not dangerous to people. They are very slow and they swim with their mouths wide

WXMV\WKI\KP[UITTÅ[PIVLÅ[PMOO[NZWU

the water.

So I’m not scared of basking sharks now. I’m going back to Scotland for my holiday again next year, and maybe I can swim with basking sharks again.

Peter, 15

1 When Peter was in Scotland, it was

wet and cold. T / F

2 The water in the sea wasn’t cold. T / F 3 Peter was alone on the beach. T / F 4 Basking sharks can swim very fast. T / F 5 Peter wants to swim with basking

sharks next year. T / F

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Unit 5

Progress Test B

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Diagnostic Test

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Writing

9 Write a story about a frightening experience. Use some or all of the words in the box to help you.

terrible scared escape lost phone emergency services climb up

When I was years old I

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Listening

10 6 Listen and circle the correct answers. 1 Who did Karen go on the skiing holiday

with?

a her brother

b her parents and her brother c alone

2 What was the weather like on the last day of the holiday?

a It was cloudy but it wasn’t snowing. b It was sunny and cold.

c It was snowing hard.

3 What did Karen and her brother do on the last day of the holiday?

a They stayed at the hotel. b They went skiing in the forest. c They went for a walk to the village. 4 What did they do when they discovered they

were lost?

a They shouted for help.

b Karen’s brother tried to find the village. c Karen’s brother called their parents. 5 How did they get back to the hotel?

a Their parents found them. b Karen’s brother found the

way to the village. c Their dad found them.

10 VOCABULARY 10 points GRAMMAR 30 points READING 10 points WRITING 10 points LISTENING 10 points TOTAL 70 points

Unit 5

Progress Test B

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