End-of-year test 10 class

End-of-year test. 10 class
I. Fill in the correct word. There are four of them you don’t need to use:
subconscious, makes, gossipy, self, show, well, point, hard, science, loner, give,
provoking, point, setting.
1. Tom is ______________-conscious. He is very shy.
2. Could you _________ me a favour, please?
3. My boyfriend is very________ -working. He is in the office for long hours.
4.______________is the place where a story in a film or book takes place.
5. I enjoy watching _________________- fiction films with robots.
6. I want to __________ you out to do it today.
7. Someone who likes to be by themselves, without friends is a ____________.
8. Jim is______________. He likes to talk about other people.
9. That website was thought-____________. It raised a lot of important issues.
10. The part of the mind that contains thoughts you’re not aware of is ________.
11. This artist’s work ______________me happy every time I see it.
II. Complete the sentences with the correct words.
1. John is a very __________________(resource) young man he’s good at
finding good solutions to problems.
2. The play was __________________ (entertain).
3. Ben shows ____________________ (loyal) to his friends.
4. Joe can’t make a __________________ (decide).
5. I’m opposed to all forms of _______________________ (discriminate).
6. The factory near our house produces lots of poisonous ______________ (emit).
7. Andy is so brave he’s really _________________(courage).
III. Complete the sentences with the correct tense of the verb.
1. The sun was shining and the wind ______________(blow) in the trees.
2. He usually _____________(get) up early in the morning.
3. All the dishes ____________(wash) since morning.
4. They decided to watch the film because Ron _____________(not see) it before.
5. In the past, children _____________________(work) in the coal mines.
6. We __________________________ (work) here since September.
7. Karen _________________(present) an award soon.
8. Sorry, I can’t go out. I ________________________ (do) this project tonight.
9. I’m going to __________________ my hair (cut) tomorrow.
10. Our TV______________(repair) yesterday.
IV. Join the sentences using relative pronouns and adverbs.
1. The 14
century was a terrible time. Millions of people died from plague.
2. Barry would like to meet you. I was telling you about him yesterday.
3. Hastings is a seaside town. There are some castles there.
4. Dan is a hard-working student. He gets good marks.
5. Joan loves playing tennis. Her father is a professional player.
V. Rewrite the sentences using reported speech.
1. “Where are your friends sleeping?” Rose asked me.
2. “Don’t go home!” Penny said.
3. “You haven’t told me what happened yet,” she said.
4. “Let’s play football,” suggested Donna.
5. “Could you open the door for me?” asked Mary.
VI. Complete the sentences with the correct modal verb: shouldn’t, have to,
needn’t, might, could.
1. Sally _____________swim when she was 7.
2. In the USA, you ____________be 21 to drink alcohol.
3. She _______________eat too much sugar. It’s unreasonable.
4. You ______________wear a lifebelt. It’s completely safe on the boat.
5. It __________rain today. I’m not sure.
VII. Complete the sentences with the correct word.
1. I apologise ________ spilling tea on your rug.
2. Please, turn _________ the page.
3. Always warm___________ before you do sport.
4. She split ___________ with her boyfriend.
5. We need to cut __________on the amount of energy we use.
VIII. Match the sentence halves. One half does not need to be used.
1. At this time tomorrow…
2. If Joe won the race,….
3. I’ve decided what to buy Kate, so
4. If Joe had won the race,
5. My aunt is four month pregnant so …
6. If Joe wins the race,….
7. My cousin is seven months pregnant, so, by the end of the month,…
a) I’m going to buy her a bracelet.
b) he’ll take his friends out.
c) he would be happy.
d) we’d have had a great evening celebrations his victory.
e) she’ll have had a baby.
f) I’ll be buying her a present.
Listening. You will hear people talking in eight different situations. For questions
18, choose the best answer (A, B or C).
1 You hear a man talking to his friend about his choice of career.
What does he say?
A He wishes his current job was more exciting.
B He has plans to change his profession.
C He regrets not following his dream.
2 You hear a woman talking about being a student at university.
Why did she study French?
A because her parents wanted her to
B because she had enjoyed her visit to the country
C because she wanted to become a translator
3 You hear a man talking about acupressure.
Which of the following does he say acupressure can do?
A relieve headaches
B change people’s mood
C prevent colds
4 You hear an actress talking about her new role.
What character is she playing?
A a bank manager
B a mother
C a taxi driver
5 You hear two students talking about remembering new vocabulary.
What do they agree about?
A The memorisation technique is boring.
B The association technique is time-consuming.
C The picture technique is effective.
6 You hear the captain of a plane talking to his passengers.
Which city are they closest to at the moment?
A Brussels
B Rotterdam
C Amsterdam
7 You hear a woman talking about taking up dancing as a hobby.
How does she feel about it now?
A surprised by the progress she’s already made
B very upset by her obvious lack of skill
C motivated to improve her ability
8 You hear a man and a woman talking about an author’s latest work.
What does the woman think is a masterpiece?
A the author’s collection of short stories
B the author’s latest novel
C the author’s latest film script
Learning the language
Illiteracy is the condition (1) …….. being unable to read and write. Illiteracy is
also used (2) …….. describe the condition of being ignorant in a particular subject
or field. Computer illiteracy is (3) …….. we call the inability to use a computer
programming language.
Most of us (4) …….. use computers can send emails, or know (5) …….. to create a
new folder. But we know almost (6) …….. about programming languages, the
artificial languages used to write instructions that can be executed by a computer.
Only a very small percentage of computer users are able to read or write (7) ……..
kind of computer language. Should we make the effort to learn computer
languages, especially when (8) …….. are so complicated?
The answer is yes. Because of computer illiteracy, users are (9) …….. the mercy
of software manufacturers. Our society has become dependent (10)………..
information technology, and this will no doubt be a problem for us for years to