Sobre la Prueba de Nivel

La prueba de nivel es una manera única de determinar el nivel de competencia del estudiante en la lengua inglesa y de ubicarle en el nivel adecuado, desde B1 a C2.

Además de fiable, sencilla y facil de realizar, es una herramienta particularmente efectiva para determinar en qué nivel está el estudiante ya que no sólo evalúa la gramática y el vocabulario sino también la comprensión oral, la comprensión escrita y la competencia comunicativa.

Naked English Mentoring Level Test

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...............................skirt is too long

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The oven is .....................hot

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History is Philip's favourite ...................................

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------------------ not my size

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Our new -----------------------------are not very friendly

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--------------------------to make a cake?

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I love skiing, it’s ------------------------------------

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I want to buy this skirt ----------------------------------it is very expensive.

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The supermarket is ---------------------------

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-----------------------------turn left, Mary.

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Jason -------------------------the bus to work every day.

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The children -----------------------------------go to the park last Saturday.

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My brother is married and --------------------------------wife is a doctor.

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-------------------------------------with my homework, please?

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Do you know the name of --------------------------------------mountain in the world?

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We ---------------------------------a picnic next Saturday.

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The doctor told me -------------------------------in bed for a few days

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Tom ----------------------------------that book yet.

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My grandmother lives on an island in the middle of a big ---------------------------------

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There is --------------------------------to eat at home. Let’s go to a restaurant.

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Will you do me -----------------------------, please?

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A. How are you?

B. ---------------------------------------------

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A. ----------------------------------------

B. I’m a teacher.

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A. John and I are going to an Indian restaurant tonight. Would you like to come with us?

B. ---------------------------------------------------------------

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A. Sorry, Karen. I can’t go shopping with you tomorrow afternoon. I just remembered that I have an important meeting.

B. ----------------------------------------------------------------

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A. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

B. Well, there are some ways to know if your pet is OK or not. First….

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A. I got a postcard from Sarah yesterday!

B. ----------------------. She says she is having a good time in Spain.

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4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with big garden and 2 garages next to Barton Marina, for only £200,000. For more information Call 0131 704 5928

What does the text say about the house?

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Hi Jerry

I am going to the department store. I want to buy a present for your brother, some t-shirts for the children and maybe a dress for me. Your dinner is in the fridge.
Love Beth

Who’s Jerry?

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He’s young, he’s famous, he’s Stevie Smith, the star player for Westminster United! Stevie lives in London but he often travels around the world for football matches. He loves visiting new places and meeting new people. There’s only one thing Stevie really doesn’t like about his job and that is travelling by plane! He even hates being at the airport. This evening he is flying to Rome! Poor Stevie!

What is Stevie Smiths’ problem?

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Hi Sandra,

How are you? We’ve just moved into our new house and I am so happy! You see, I’ve got my own room now! It’s so cool! The house is so big that my Mum is still decorating it. It has also got a garden where we can sit on sunny days. Please come and visit us at the weekend.
Love
Susie

Why is Susie excited?

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Dear Sonya

I’m writing to you from Edinburgh, Scotland’s beautiful capital. We’re having a great time! It’s snowing at the moment but the streets are crowded with people shopping or just looking around. You see the city is famous for its New Year celebrations and everyone looks so excited and happy. I’m coming back in a week. See you then! Oh, and happy New Year!
Love
Sian

What is Sian not talking about?

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Dear Sadie,

I’m really looking forward to your visit. Don’t try to find my house on your own. My brother or I will pick you up at the station. Just let me know what time your train arrives. One thing is for sure: we’re going to have a brilliant time in Poole next weekend!
Love
Shaun

What should Sadie do?

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Every year on 22 April in the city of Toronto and all over Canada people celebrate Earth Day. Different activities take place on that day and during the week that follows. For example, people collect litter, plant trees and even build birdhouses. It’s a time to celebrate the environment, learn about the city’s problems and do something to help.

When do Earth Day activities take place?

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The ancient Olympic Games first took place in Olympia, Greece in 776 B.C. After taking place for 1169 years, they stopped. Then, in 1894, a Frenchman, Pierre de Coubertin, had an idea. He wanted to organise the first modern Olympic Games. Two years later, his dream finally came true and the first modern Olympics took place in Athens, Greece. They were quite a success and twelve countries took part including Greece, France, England, Switzerland, Germany, Hungary and the United Sates.

When did the first modern Olympics take place?

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Dear Mr. Simpson,

I am 19 years old. I never have coffee, sugar or fast food and I exercise 3-4 times a week. However, I am not feeling very well these days. I feel tired, I don’t sleep well, I’ve lost my appetite and I think I’ve lost weight. I took some vitamins but they didn’t help. What should I do? Sharon

Why is Sharon writing to the doctor?

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I had the most _________________ experience last night.

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John ___________________ how to download information from the internet. He will help you.

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____________ the beach, we found an injured bird.

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Do you have _____________ to the Internet?

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There is not ___________________ to go skiing this weekend

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A : How long _______________ English lessons?

B : For two years. I started when I finished primary school.

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You ________________ take the bus. I’ll drive you to work.

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That school started a special programme to ______________ paper, so that used paper can become something useful again.

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This skirt is on sale. There is a 40% __________________

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A : I don’t really like playing tennis

B : ________________________

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By next June Tim __________________ enough money to buy a new car.

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Read the following text and answer the questions

Herdig is a city with high-rise buildings and factories. It is mostly grey. We live on the fifteenth floor of a thirty-storey building, facing others just the same. All our food comes from a supermarket shelf. Day and night, we are surrounded by traffic and city noises and the greatest distance we see is a hundred metres ahead to the next building

Last week we left Herdig for the first time, on a school trip. Forty children from our class piled into a coach and we set off for Fentell. Getting on a boat for the first time was an amazing experience, as was seeing the sea. Tomas got a little seasick and stayed inside but I stayed on deck for the whole trip, feeling the salty air on my face.

When we arrived in Fentell we were astonished by the quiet and the lack of lights. Our teacher pointed up and, for the first time, we saw the whole sky full of stars. Tomas and Davie were a little overwhelmed and went straight to sleep. The place we were staying at had no electricity but there were beautiful candles and lanterns everywhere. I stayed up for hours, looking at the stars and listening to the sound of owls hooting and the clicking of cicadas.

Why did the writer not go straight to sleep?

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Read the following text and answer the questions

Herdig is a city with high-rise buildings and factories. It is mostly grey. We live on the fifteenth floor of a thirty-storey building, facing others just the same. All our food comes from a supermarket shelf. Day and night, we are surrounded by traffic and city noises and the greatest distance we see is a hundred metres ahead to the next building

Last week we left Herdig for the first time, on a school trip. Forty children from our class piled into a coach and we set off for Fentell. Getting on a boat for the first time was an amazing experience, as was seeing the sea. Tomas got a little seasick and stayed inside but I stayed on deck for the whole trip, feeling the salty air on my face.

When we arrived in Fentell we were astonished by the quiet and the lack of lights. Our teacher pointed up and, for the first time, we saw the whole sky full of stars. Tomas and Davie were a little overwhelmed and went straight to sleep. The place we were staying at had no electricity but there were beautiful candles and lanterns everywhere. I stayed up for hours, looking at the stars and listening to the sound of owls hooting and the clicking of cicadas.

What impression does the writer want to give about life in Herdig?

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Read the following text and answer the questions

Are you an optimist or a pessimist? Do you always think that things are going your way, or do you see disaster around every corner?

Is one way of thinking better for our psychology than the other?

Optimists will have high hopes, which means that they may feel sunny when they think about the future. However, if things don't work out as they hope, they may suffer from deep disappointment. On the other hand, pessimists may feel gloomy about the future. If, however, things turn out well, they will have a pleasant surprise. Some pessimists, though, may not even take steps towards achieving something they want. Other pessimists will fear the worst but try anyway, taking extra precautions, which may mean tha t things have a better chance of working out. Optimists, on the other hand, may trust so much that things will work out that they don't try very hard.

Sometimes an optimist may even become a bitter pessimist after years of believing in the best outcome and then facing undesired results.

Where do optimism and pessimism come from? Are we born one way or the other? Do we learn from our parents, from friends or teachers? Does the media influence us? Does the culture we are born into determine whether we are optimistic or pessimistic?

Finally, can we train ourselves to become realists, achieving a healthy balance between optimism and pessimism? The optimist would say 'Most definitely! 'The pessimist, 'Never!'

The writer suggests that __________________________

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Read the following text and answer the questions

Are you an optimist or a pessimist? Do you always think that things are going your way, or do you see disaster around every corner?

Is one way of thinking better for our psychology than the other?

Optimists will have high hopes, which means that they may feel sunny when they think about the future. However, if things don't work out as they hope, they may suffer from deep disappointment. On the other hand, pessimists may feel gloomy about the future. If, however, things turn out well, they will have a pleasant surprise. Some pessimists, though, may not even take steps towards achieving something they want. Other pessimists will fear the worst but try anyway, taking extra precautions, which may mean tha t things have a better chance of working out. Optimists, on the other hand, may trust so much that things will work out that they don't try very hard.

Sometimes an optimist may even become a bitter pessimist after years of believing in the best outcome and then facing undesired results.

Where do optimism and pessimism come from? Are we born one way or the other? Do we learn from our parents, from friends or teachers? Does the media influence us? Does the culture we are born into determine whether we are optimistic or pessimistic?

Finally, can we train ourselves to become realists, achieving a healthy balance between optimism and pessimism? The optimist would say 'Most definitely! 'The pessimist, 'Never!'

According to the writer, optimists ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­____________________

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Read the following text and answer the questions.

As times change, more and more unusual schools are appearing all over the country.

Hands School is one such school. Its headteacher, Derek Latterly, explained that conventional schools were boring for teenagers. Not only that, but employers were frustrated because young people were leaving school unprepared for the working world. His dream was to start a school where pupils could be more hands-on. At Hands School, pupils don't just listen to lectures but work on many practical projects. In the final years, their learning also combines with real-life work experience outside the school grounds. Teenagers, teachers, parents and employers have all been impressed. Pupils are no longer bored. In fact, they really enjoy going to school and they perform well in exams. They are more mature when they leave and find it much easier to adapt to the working world. Hands School has just three hundred pupils and there are only a few conventional classrooms. Much of the learning takes place in workshops, laboratories, kitchens or outdoors. So, are there any traditional lessons, or is everything hands-on? Pupils still learn subjects such as History and languages. However, even these lessons are taught in a new way. In History lessons, pupils visit historical sites, both in the real world and using virtual reality, and interview real people about their memories of the past.

Which word best describes Hands School?

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Read the following text and answer the questions.

As times change, more and more unusual schools are appearing all over the country.

Hands School is one such school. Its headteacher, Derek Latterly, explained that conventional schools were boring for teenagers. Not only that, but employers were frustrated because young people were leaving school unprepared for the working world. His dream was to start a school where pupils could be more hands-on. At Hands School, pupils don't just listen to lectures but work on many practical projects. In the final years, their learning also combines with real-life work experience outside the school grounds. Teenagers, teachers, parents and employers have all been impressed. Pupils are no longer bored. In fact, they really enjoy going to school and they perform well in exams. They are more mature when they leave and find it much easier to adapt to the working world. Hands School has just three hundred pupils and there are only a few conventional classrooms. Much of the learning takes place in workshops, laboratories, kitchens or outdoors. So, are there any traditional lessons, or is everything hands-on? Pupils still learn subjects such as History and languages. However, even these lessons are taught in a new way. In History lessons, pupils visit historical sites, both in the real world and using virtual reality, and interview real people about their memories of the past.

What is the purpose of the text?

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Read the following text and answer the questions.

Hello Sylvain, I read Henry's report and it's very positive about e-learning. It shows that laptops and mobile phones are currently the most popular new learning devices in Africa. I was surprised to see that tablets are only used by 20% of e-learners. There was a discussion at the meeting about how we can make e-learning more effective. There was agreement that we don't just need to get readers to pay attention to what we're saying but also to get them to interact with the programs and each other more. I think we're going to get Brian to help us with this. He's really creative and great with visual design. We've got to pay attention to what students are saying too. Graham is going to be involved with that side of things. He's planning to set up a way of monitoring the learners' engagement, feedback and progress. Finally, Molly is going to come up with some games for the website. Do you have any thoughts about the site? We're trying to fix a time for another meeting, at the end of the week. When are you available? We were thinking of Friday at 10:00. Let me know as soon as you can,
Best wishes,
Malcolm

Why is Malcolm e-mailing Sylvain?

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Read the following text and answer the questions.

Hello Sylvain, I read Henry's report and it's very positive about e-learning. It shows that laptops and mobile phones are currently the most popular new learning devices in Africa. I was surprised to see that tablets are only used by 20% of e-learners. There was a discussion at the meeting about how we can make e-learning more effective. There was agreement that we don't just need to get readers to pay attention to what we're saying but also to get them to interact with the programs and each other more. I think we're going to get Brian to help us with this. He's really creative and great with visual design. We've got to pay attention to what students are saying too. Graham is going to be involved with that side of things. He's planning to set up a way of monitoring the learners' engagement, feedback and progress. Finally, Molly is going to come up with some games for the website. Do you have any thoughts about the site? We're trying to fix a time for another meeting, at the end of the week. When are you available? We were thinking of Friday at 10:00. Let me know as soon as you can,
Best wishes,
Malcolm

What is the relationship between Sylvain and Malcolm?

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A. ‘Everything that could go wrong has gone wrong.’

B. ‘I know. We’ll have to start again _____________________.’

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A. ‘Is the train service in Germany ___________?’

B. ‘It sure is! Trains are always on time.’

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A. ‘Did you hear that Tony had a serious car accident?’

B. ‘Yeah. He was very lucky to ______________ the crash.’

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A. How do you like my painting?’

B. ‘Unfortunately, it does not _____________ your true potential.’’

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A. ‘I think we should go over the details again before we go ahead with the deal.’ B. ‘Yes, you’re ___________ right. That’s what we should do.’

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A. ‘Mr. Dashwood, we would like you to come in for an interview. What day is _____________ for you?’

B. ‘Thursday will be fine!’

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A. ‘Hello. I’d like to make a reservation for a double room for tomorrow.’

B. ‘I’m sorry, sir, but we don’t have any _________________ rooms at the moment.’

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A. ‘George, can you give me __________________ to move the sofa to the living room?’

B. ‘Sure!’

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A. ‘Aren’t you supposed to wash the car?’
B. ‘I ________________ my little brother to do it’.

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A. ‘How do the police know Frank committed the robbery?’
B. ‘He confesssed ______________ it’

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A. ‘Did you pick up your brother from the airport?’ B. ‘I ______________. He took a taxi home’.

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A. ‘Good thing you didn’t forget to bring your umbrella’

B. ‘I ___________ , had you not reminded me’

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A. ‘I’m afraid we have to set off early in the morning. Do you have a problem with that?’

B. ‘Not at all. You see, I am used _________________ up early every morning’

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A. ‘He was right!’

B. ‘Oh, I know! I really wish I ____________________ his advice

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A. ‘What would you like to do tonight?’

B. ‘We ­­­­­­­­_____________ go to an Indian restaurant’

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A. ‘This time next week we ________________ our final exams’

B. ‘Must you remind me?’

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‘Simon ___________________ his clothes on the floor! I can’t take it any more!’ ‘I think you should have a word with him’

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Try to get cash out during the day and when you’re with someone. Don’t visit the cashpoint if there are other people around and don’t let anyone else know your PIN (PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER). Put your money and your wallet away before leaving. Don’t just stand there chatting to your friends or on your mobile phone.

Who is this warning aimed at?

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The display has fashion from all around the world. There are some embroidered silk dresses which are designed to look like dresses from European state banquets. There are also some very colourful clothes from South America.

Where is the text taken from?

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A man with a stolen passport was arrested yesterday at Dublin Airport while he was checking in. According to the police, the passport had the name of a man whose bag had been stolen in a Dublin restaurant last month. However, the photograph on the passport had been replaced by a photograph of the man that was arrested. The police are investigating the matter to find out whether the man has stolen other passports as well.

Why was the man arrested?

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Focusing on the wildlife in the jungles of Borneo, this production is remarkably interesting and one of the best of its kind. David Attenborough is an excellent presenter and the photography is very good. We watch Attenborough follow orangutans and other animals as they move around the jungle.

What is the purpose of this text?

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I feel British, although both my parents, who own a Chinese restaurant in Bangor, North Wales, were born in Hong Kong. They came over just before I was born because my grandfather thought there would be more opportunities for them in Britain. I’ve been to China only once and I liked it a lot. It’s so different from the Welsh countryside. I have lots of friends from different countries, from Chinese and British to Greeks and South Africans. I often cook Chinese for them. They love it!

Where was the writer of the text born?

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The Mary Rose was built between 1510 and 1511 and was lost in 1545. For many years, the Mary Rose was Henry VIII’s favourite warship, fast and successful. And yet she sank – on a fine summer day as she sailed into action against the French. She remained at the bottom of the sea until October 1982 when she was brought safely back to her home port. Now you have the chance to step back in time and visit one of Britain’s most famous warships.

Where is the text taken from?

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Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson

Jim Hawkins finds a map which shows an island where there is hidden treasure. He sets off for the island, as a member of the crew of a ship, to look for the treasure. While on the ship he hears some of the crew talking in secret about their plan to kill the others, so that they can keep the treasure. Treasure Island is an exciting action-packed story with seamen, pirates and parrots, which is still very popular.

What kind of book is Treasure Island?

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Dear Samantha, I’ve heard about dry shampoo where you don’t have to wash your hair as with normal shampoos. I’ve asked at the local chemist’s but they’ve never heard of dry shampoo. I’ve also checked at the supermarket but no luck! Can you tell me exactly what it is and where I can find it? Stella , Scotland

Why did Stella write this letter?

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In March 2012 the world population hit 7 billion. It is expected to reach between 8 and 11 billion by 2050. Some scientists are worried about whether there will be enough food, water and energy for everyone in the future. Others say that with technology nobody should be without. Until now it is not certain what will happen.

What does the writer think about the increasing world population?

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Bateaux London and the British Airways London Eye have teamed up to offer two holiday packages. The Dinner Cruise combines a four-course meal and live entertainment with a flight on the BA London Eye for ₤44 per person. The Sunday Lunch Cruise includes a three-course meal and live jazz together with a BA London Eye flight, starting from ₤48.50 per person.

What is the best title for the text?

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A : Do you know anybody who would be good for the job?

B : Yes, actually, I ____________________

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A : Hey, Martha, are you OK?

B : Not really. This morning I woke up with a terrible headache, and _____________, I left my bag in the taxi on my way to work!

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A : We must do something about the traffic problem

B : ___________________. What do you suggest?

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A : Will it take you long to fix the car?

B : Don’t worry, Mr. Speedy, we will have your car ready _______________

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A : ________________? He looks terrible!

B : Well, he works very long hours and doesn’t get enough sleep.

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A : I’ll never do that again, ______________________!

B : Was it really that bad?

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A : Why don’t you use your credit card to pay?

B : ________________________

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A : Richard really went out of his way to help me.

B : ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­__________________________

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A : Why don’t you buy that dress?

B : ____________________________

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A : Sindy, I’m afraid I can’t make it to the meeting tonight.

B : _________________________

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My cousin _________________ cheating in his final exams.

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At the end of the hour, our teacher told us that we could _____________________

the test if we hadn’t finished yet.

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No-one is answering the phone. They ______________ out.

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You _________________ if you don’t want to miss your flight

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______________, it was too late to go out

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Not all journalists have ______________ information.

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I never have time to read more than the newspaper ________________

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Mr. Stevenson, _____________ teaches us Science this year, is my favourite teacher.

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