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FCE Test (P3) 2 years, 10 months ago #371

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Part 1: you will listen to the conversation between the girl and her dad talking about cell phone. You will listen to the conversation twice and try to choose the best answer.

1. What reason does the girl give for needing a cell phone?
a. She can use it to check her email.
b. She can call family in case of an emergency.
c. She can make cheaper long-distance calls with it.

2. What did the girl see in the newspaper?
a. The great offer for using cell phone free.
b. The good chance to work in International Hotel.
c. The 50 % sale off program.

3. Why does the girl suggest that her father buy a new car too?
a. Their current car is in bad shape, and it doesn’t look good.
b. The cell phone power supply won’t work in an older car.
c. Their car isn’t big enough to ride in with all her friends.

Part 2: you will listen to story about “The Statue of Liberty” for one time. Try to fill the missing words in the blank from the text. Using the word below.
The Statue of Liberty (1) a woman holding a torch of fire. It stands on an island at the(2) to the New York City harbor. It is almost ninety-three meters tall, one of the tallest statues ever built. Its complete name is “Liberty of Enlightening the World”.
The Statue of Liberty was a (3) to the people of the United States from the people of France. It was an expression of the friendship and liberty shared by the people of both countries.
The idea for the Statue came from a French history (4) in eighteen sixty-five. Six years later, artist Frederic Bartholdi traveled to the United States to seek support for building the Statue. He decided it should stand on an island in New York harbor.
Bartholdi began designing the Statue when he returned to France. He designed the Statue’s face to look like his mother’s. French officials organized a group to (5) money and supervise the project. The French people gave four hundred thousand dollars to build the Statue. In eighteen seventy-seven, the Americans established a similar committee to raise money needed to build the Statue’s base.
The Statue was built in France. Bartholdi had hoped it would be ready on the one hundredth (6) of the American Declaration of Independence in eighteen seventy- six. But it was not. France officially presented the Statue to the United States minister to France in Paris on July fourth, eighteen eighty-four.
The Statue was then taken apart and sent to the United States. “Liberty Enlightening the World” was completed in the United States in eighteen eighty-six. New York City celebrated with a huge parade. President Grover Cleveland and other American and French officials attended the ceremonies.
Since then, the Statue of Liberty has been a (7) of freedom for people all over the world. Its meaning is expressed in the famous poem by Emma Lazarus that is written on the Statue’s base. Here is part of that poem.

1. A .Presents B. Represents C. Descends
2. A. Entrance B. Enter C. Entrain
3. A. Give B. Gib C. Gift
4. A. Export B. Expert C. Express
5. A. Raise B. Ray C. Praise
6. A. Any Version B. Anniversary C. Anniversal
7. A. Simple B. Symbol C. simply

Reading Part:
Choose the best answer to the following questions.

1. What is the main idea of the passage?
a. The history of New York harbor.
b. Frederic Bartholdi, the designer of the Statue of Liberty.
c. The history of the Statue of Liberty.
d. The Statue of Liberty.

2. What is the other name of the Statue of Liberty?
a. Unknown.
b. Liberty of Enlightening the world.
c. Grover Cleveland.
d. Emma Lazarus

3. What can be inferred in the passage about the Statue of Liberty?
a. The Statue was not built by the Americans.
b. The Statue was completed on the one hundredth anniversary of the American Declaration of Independence in 1886.
c. The Statue was a gift to people of French.
d. The Statue was built in the American civil war.

4. Where was the Statue of Liberty built?
a. The United States.
b. New York harbor.
c. France.
d. Bartholdi’s mother land.

5. What has been the Statue of Liberty symbol?
a. Freedom for all People.
b. The friendship and liberty between two countries: the United States and France.
c. A woman holding a torch of fire.
d. The power of American’s army.
Vocabulary and Grammar Part:
Choose the words or phrase that best completes the sentences.
1. The month of the year is called December.
a. Twelve b. Twelveth c. Twelvth d. Twelfth.
2. If you do not know, you should in the dictionary.
a. Look around b. See it c. Look it up d. Look it over.
3. April 18th, 1986, a bomb was discovered in an E1 A1 passenger’s luggage at Heathrow.
a. During b. On c. At d. In.
4. Snowed the day of the ceremony, which made parking a problem.
a. As b. It c. Here d. There.
5. You always noise when I’m studying.
a. Do b. Take c. Make d. Create.
6. The Patient could speak, he was so weak.
a. Harder b. Hardly c. Hard d. More hardly.
7. They continued during the whole meal.
a. To talk b. Talking c. To talking d. a & b are possible.
8. She’s won many international awards, ?
a. Doesn’t she b. Has she c. Hasn’t she d. Isn’t she.
9. This bookcase is too heavy me move my own.
a. For/ / on b. With/ to / on c. For/ to /on d. For/ to/ in.
10. Students worry too much about making mistakes. Errors are a natural and available part of the language learning process.
a. Have to b. Don’t have c. Should d. Should not.
11. He dislikes living in the dormitory, and do his friends.
a. So b. Too c. Even d. Neither.
12. He is going to London. He’s promised me he arrives at the hotel.
a. Phone/ when b. To phone/ as soon as c. To phone/ if d. a & b.
13. The Himalaya Mountains are the .
a. Height of world extensive ranges.
b. Ranges of the most extensive world.
c. World’s most extensive ranges.
d. Extensive ranges of the world.
14. Black, red, and even bright pink diamonds .
a. Occasionally to find.
b. Have occasionally been found.
c. Occasionally found.
d. Have occasionally found.
15. “What’s Hoi An like?”
a. Yes, I like it very much.
b. No, I don’t like it.
c. It’s a colorful small town.
d. But it’s also a modern city with elegant architecture.

Indentifying mistakes: in each of the following sentences there is one mistake. Find it and correct it.
Example: where you live? => where do you live?
1. The play was so bored that I fell asleep.
2. I’ll pay you back as soon as I’ll get some money.
3. Tommy was one of happiest children in the class.
4. If I were rich, I will buy a new house for my parents.
5. London was damaged severely by bombs white world war II.
Sentence Writing: read the following sentences. Complete the second sentence in each pair so that it means the same as the first sentence.
Example: The road is so narrow that cars cannot park here.
 The road is too narrow for cars to park here.
1. They ought to make it wider at this point.
 It is …….
2. There is too little space here to make the road wider.
 There isn’t ……..
3. It is possible to cut down a lot of tree on both sides.
 A lot of …..
4. Even a few trees can make it too dark for drivers to see clearly.
 Even a few trees can make it so dark ……
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