EOI ARUCAS AVANZADO 1 Prueba de Clasificación EJEMPLO Acceso a Nivel PRUEBA ESCRITA 1 Choose the correct answer, a, b, c or d. Write your answers in the box on the right. 1) I …. my boyfriend since Christmas. a) didn't see b) haven't seen 2) ……… is it from here to Berlin? a) How long way b) How long c) don't see c) How far d) hasn't seen d) How many 3) Good ……… ! I hope you get the job. a) chance b) fortune c) luck d) wish 4) The doctor has told her that she must give ……… drinking. a) from b) away c) off d) up 5) There was a lot of noise so I didn't understand what she was … . a) saying b) telling c) speaking d) talking 6 ) Do you think I should move to Ireland? You shouldn't do anything ……… you think it's the right thing to do. a) when b) unless c) in case d) if 7) I gave her ……… earrings for Christmas. a) a pair of b) a set of c) two d) an 8) Would you like some more tea? There's still ……… left. a) few b) a few c) a little d) little 9) The financial director ……… for almost an hour. a) kept us to wait b) kept us waiting c) made us to wait d) made us waiting 10) I didn't realise that the coffee shop was ……… the other side of the road. a) at b) for c) on d) in 11) The language school that I attend is 20 kilometres ……… . a) far b) away c) distance d) long 12) "I'm going to the cinema on Saturday." "So ……… ." a) I am b) do I c) I do d) am I 13) If he hadn't drunk so much, he ……… sick. a) didn't feel b) wouldn't feel c) hadn't felt d) hasn't felt 14) Maria has two sisters, but she doesn't speak to ……… of them. a) both b) any c) either d) neither 15) Have you found a job ………? a) soon b) still c) longer d) yet EOI ARUCAS AVANZADO 1 Prueba de Clasificación EJEMPLO Acceso a Nivel 2. Fill in the gaps in this article with the appropriate words given below. There are five extra words you do not need. Write your answers in the box below the text. about approach average because bond called expect findings impact less of own rates skills toys until up wait whereas with whose why cope defined statistics tend ___________________________________________________________________________ There’s no – one like Dad! __0__about twenty years ago, little was known __1__the importance of a father’s role in his child’s development. Men were traditionally __2__as ‘breadwinners’, whose job was to earn money to support the family, __3__women’s role was to bring up and educate children. But when researchers began to study the ___4___of a father-child relationship on emotional, psychological, physical, and social development, their __5__showed just how crucial a father’s role is in the lives of his children. Dads today spend an __6__of two or three hours a day interacting with their children, approximately 33% more time than their __7__fathers did. According to research by psychiatrists, they are like giant__8__ providing the physical and mental stimulation that is essential to their baby’s developing brains. When a dad picks __9__his child he usually tickles it, throws it into the air or turns it upsidedown. By the time it is about two months old, when a baby sees its father__10__, its eyes grow wider and its breathing and heart rate get faster in excitement. Dads also encourage their children to try new or challenging experiences and __11__them to achieve their goals. They are__12__ likely to help their children to do things than mums, preferring to let the child experiment and resolve their own problems. This helps develop a sense of independence and teaches children to __13__with feelings of failure, frustration and success. If a child behaves badly, fathers often explain __14__that behaviour is unacceptable so their child can learn right from wrong. Dads also teach useful __15__like how to hold a knife and fork, use tools, fix and make things, and play sports. __16__show that children who have a good relationship with their fathers often cope better with relationships and society. They __17__to be more successful academically and socially and have more self-confidence than children __18__fathers who are less involved with them. In later life, they are more likely to be socially considerate, have successful marriages and close friendships. In contrast, the absence of a father figure is generally associated with higher__19__ of divorce, crime and teenage pregnancy. This demonstrates that a father’s__20__ with his child is unique. Dad, as well as mum, is role model, teacher, provider, protector, social guide, and so much more. 0. until 1. 5. 9. 13. 17. 2. 6. 10. 14. 18. 3. 7. 11. 15. 19. 4. 8. 12. 16. 20. EOI ARUCAS AVANZADO 1 Prueba de Clasificación EJEMPLO Acceso a Nivel PRUEBA ORAL Speaking Test 1 Speaking Test 2 Speak for about 4 minutes about: Speak for about 4 minutes : Discuss about two of the following: 1. What to do in your town. 2. What you would do if ... ... you got lost in a foreign city or country? ... you met your favourite famous person? You have 2-3 minutes to plan what you are going to say. 1 ‘Films should never be dubbed.’ 2 ‘Physical punishment is always wrong.’ 3 ‘There is no such thing as luck.’ You have 2-3 minutes to plan what you are going to say. Speaking Test 3 Speaking Test4 Speak for about 4 minutes : Discuss about two of the following: Speak for about 4 minutes about: 1 ‘Professional sportspeople earn too much money.’ 2 ‘Fast food should never be sold to children.’ 3 ‘The driving age for driving a car should be sixteen.’ You have 2-3 minutes to plan what you are going to say. The last time you went to the doctor’s Your approach to clothes and fashion You have 2-3 minutes to plan what you are going to say.