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Final intermediate Exit Test A

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Complete the questions with one word.

  1. _What_ colour eyes have you got? I can’t see them behind your sunglasses!
  2. What of clothes do you like to wear? Casual? Formal?
  3. " far can you run without stopping?"
    "I’m pretty fit, so at least 10 km."
  4. "What size shoes you take?"
    "Size 44."
  5. " do you get most of your clothes from?"
    "I get them from markets."
  6. "How memory has your phone got?"
    "I’m not sure, but it’s enough for me."
  7. "How long the battery last on your laptop?"
    "Not long-only about an hour!"
  8. "What’s your house ?"
    "It’s quite modern."
  9. Do you like your current job or you prefer to do something more challenging?
  10.  " is your teacher this morning?"
    "She’s fine!"
  11. That woman reminds me of someone on TV, but is it?

"___ you get that new job you wanted?"
"Yes. I’ve finally got my dream job!"

"What ___ your friends do to keep healthy?"
"They try to eat lots of vegetables."

"How long ___ people been using emojis?"
"I don’t know. Not long, I guess."

"The first text message was sent in 1992. ___ that surprise you?"
"Yes, I thought they were newer."

"Which languages ___ in your country?"
"English and French. I’m Canadian."

"What are the most popular goods ___ in your country at the moment?"
"Computers and cars."

"I think she ___ a bit nervous about the coming exam."
"I would be if I were her."

"The package still ___. Do you think I should give someone a call about it?"
"I’d wait another day to see if it turns up."

"Why ___ you start learning English when you were younger?"
"There weren’t any English teachers."

"Who ___ been using my laptop? There’s food all over the keyboard!"
"Sorry, I borrowed it while I had my lunch."

"Did you learn much on your computer course last week?"
"No, I ___. I knew most of it already."

"Are you cooking anything special this evening?"
"Yes, I ___. I’m doing fish pie."

"Have you got any bad habits that you’d like to give up?"
"Yes, I ___. I wish I could stop biting my nails."

"Does the water damage mean that my phone is broken?"
"No, it ___. I think I can fix it."

We have an appointment this afternoon. I ___ speak with Anna about her promotion.

Do you think intelligent machines ___ take over our jobs?

"What do you fancy doing this evening?"
"We ___ go for a coffee if you want."

"How will I find out my results?"
"Well, the online tests ___ automatically, so you’ll receive an email."

"I didn’t hear that. Can you tell me what the answer ___?"
"Sorry, I didn’t hear it either."

"Excuse me, could you tell me ___?"
"Yes, it’s on the third floor. Use the lift over there."

Choose the correct forms.

  1. I ’m liking/like my neighbourhood. It’s a friendly place to live.
  2. I (’ve been living/live) here for well over five years.
  3. We (’re thinking/think) of going to a restaurant this evening. Do you fancy coming?
  4. He (’s really enjoying/really enjoys) the boiling hot weather today.
  5. This food (is tasting/tastes) terrible! I really think we should complain.
  6. We (not understand/don’t understand) what you’re talking about!
  7. You (aren’t having/don’t have) a very good day today. Let me give you a hand.
  8. My brother (is deserving/deserves) to pass his exam. He has worked so hard.
  9. (Do you believe/Are you believing) in life on other planets?
  10. What (are you meaning/do you mean?) Please can you repeat that?
  11. I (’m smelling/smell) the milk to see if it’s bad. Ugh! It is!

Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

How I met my husband

Years ago, I _lived_ (live) in a poor part of London. I (work) at one of the big hospitals for three years while I (train) to be a nurse. I shared a small flat with two other women and we (not have) a washing machine, so every Sunday afternoon we (take) it in turns to go to the local launderette – a shop full of washing machines–to do our washing.
One afternoon, while I (wait) for our clothes to dry, I started talking to a handsome young man who I (not see) before. I (see) him the next week as well and after a few meetings I (tell) my friends that I would go to the launderette every week just to talk to this guy. We (not know) each other for very long when he asked me out, and two years later we got married. Sometimes he takes me back to the launderette where we first (meet) but now it’s a coffee shop!

Choose the correct words.

  1. You (_mustn’t_/don’t have to/ought to) download films from the internet; it’s illegal.
  2. If you want to go to a beautiful hot country, you (ought to/are allowed to/had to) try Croatia.
  3. I’m lucky, I (mustn’t/don’t have to/shouldn’t) wear a tie at work – I hate them!
  4. "Our takeaway pizza hasn’t arrived yet. What (could/would/should) I do?" "Call the shop and ask where it is!"
  5. You (don’t need to/aren’t allowed to/’ve got to) smoke in here. This is a non-smoking building.
  6. Dan can’t come out tonight - he (is allowed to/mustn’t/needs to) revise for his exam.
  7. (Can/Would/Need) I keep my shoes on in here or do you want me to take them off?
  8. I’m really sorry that I (had to/must/could) go home early last night. I had homework to do.
  9. You’ll (must/have to/should) study hard if you want to get to university.
  10. The prisoner (was allowed to/could/was able to) escape from prison by packing himself into a box.
  11. All passengers (must/could/should) show their passports.

Add a prefix or a suffix from the box to each word. Use each one only once.

im • il • un • in • ir • dis
ful • ment • able • ive • ally
  1.  _im__ possible _____
  2. regular
  3. understand
  4. conscious
  5. help
  6. appear
  7. enjoy
  8. formal
  9. act
  10. automatic
  11. legal

Match 1–6 with a–k to make sentences.

If I had known it was your birthday
If I had enough money
If I don’t know the answer
If I didn’t know the answer
If I didn’t have the money
If I had seen Ahmed
If I knew the answer
If I had the money
What would you do
What would you have done

Choose the correct words.

  1. "My dad is very wealthy." "(He must/He can’t/He mustn’t) be a businessman."
  2. "Where do you think she’s from?"
    "(She will/She might/She can) be French."
  3. "Alex didn’t come to class yesterday."
    "(She should/She must/She can’t) have been ill."
  4. "The manager got angry and started shouting at us!"
    "(He shouldn’t/He can’t/He mustn’t) have done that."
  5. "Why are you looking so happy?"
    "(I should/I may/I can’t) have just found a new job."
  6. "I’m going home," he said. (He told me/He said me/He told) he was going home.
  7. "Get out of your car, please." He asked me to (get out of your car/to get out of my car/get out of your car.)
  8. "What time is it?" He asked (what was the time/what the time was/what time is it.)
  9. "I hate people (tell me/telling me/to tell me) what to do."
    "Me too, it’s really annoying."
  10. "I can’t stand it any more. I’ve decided to (give up/giving up/give up) my job."
    "I hope it’s the right decision!"
  11. "How long did it take you to drive to London?"
    "About five hours. I stopped (having/have/to have) some lunch on the way."

Rewrite the sentences, replacing the words in italics with a phrasal verb from the box.

take up • get through • take off • save up • build up • get on with
pick up • fall out with • put up • come up with • work out
  1. Next year I’m going to start doing cycling.
    Next year I’m going to take up cycling.
  2. We learned how to fix the computer by reading the instructions.
  3. I don’t want to have an argument with you about this!
  4. You’ll have to create a good excuse for why you’re late.
  5. Could you collect my sister from school this afternoon?
  6. It’s a good business – my father developed it over 20 years.
  7. I’m keeping my money to go on holiday.
  8. My friend in London let me stay with him for a few nights.
  9. I honestly don’t have a good relationship with my elder brother.
  10. My flight left two hours late!
  11. I don’t think I can complete this course. It’s just too hard!
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Final intermediate Skills Test 1

Okuma, yazma ve dinleme toplam 45 dakika sürmektedir.

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In between worlds: culture shock

Although going to live in a foreign country can be an exciting adventure, it’s sometimes a difficult experience. Everything is new and different: big things like the language and culture, and smaller things like where to buy bus tickets or if you can go shopping on a Sunday. Feeling a bit out of control can make you feel helpless, confused, and frustrated.

There are usually several stages that you have to go through before you can feel at home in your new environment. After the initial excitement of arriving, reality can make you feel angry and impatient. You may even blame your new home for this. Then, as you begin to understand and appreciate your new world better, you start to feel less uncomfortable, and eventually you settle in. Not everyone goes through all these stages – and some people don’t spend long enough in the new culture to go through them.

The Honeymoon stage: First, the differences between the old and new culture are seen in a romantic light, everything seems exciting and wonderful, and the move just feels like an extended holiday abroad. You might love tasting new dishes and enjoy the different pace of life and cultural customs, even the way people dress differently.

The Negotiation stage: It may take a few frustrating days, weeks, or months to accept all the differences between the old and new culture. Some people start to miss food the way it is prepared ‘back home.’ Others find the locals’ different habits annoying or their lifestyle too fast or slow.

The Acceptance stage: A few more weeks or months, and you get used to* the new culture and develop your everyday routine. By this point, you don’t think of your ‘new culture’ negatively or positively, because it no longer feels like a new culture. You just get on with your life. This is now your home.

The Reverse Culture Shock stage: Ironically, when you return to your own culture, you may go through the same experience in reverse, and find that you no longer feel completely at home in the country you were born in.

Some people will give up trying to feel at home in their new country and return home sooner than they planned. Others get so used to the new world that they choose to stay there permanently because they can no longer live anywhere else.
*get used to: to become familiar with something

Match five of the underlined words with the definitions.

  1. an unusual, exciting, or dangerous experience adventure
  2. at the beginning
  3. to enjoy or understand the value of
  4. longer, increased
  5. the usual order or way that you do things
  6. for ever

Read the article. Match 1–11 with a–l to make sentences. There is one extra ending.

Example: Living in another country is exciting, but sometimes difficult.

Sometimes people feel confused and frustrated when they
The first feeling most people experience in a new country
People who feel angry and impatient in the new culture sometimes
The stages are not experienced by everyone, and
In the Honeymoon stage, people living in a new country
Differences in the Honeymoon stage between the old and new culture
When people go through the Negotiation stage, they slowly
When people start getting used to the new culture, they
Some people experience a reverse culture shock
When people fail to get used to living in their new country, they

Write a note to your English friend to say you cannot go to the cinema with him/her. You should:

  • include a suitable greeting.
  • apologize for changing your plans.
  • give the reason you cannot go to the cinema with him/her.
  • suggest another time you could go together.
  • find a suitable closing phrase.

Write your note in 80–100 words.

Your English teacher has asked you to write a book review for an English language book club. You should summarize the plot, describing the main events and characters, and say why you would recommend the book. Write your review in 140–180 words.


Play the audio first:

Listen to Jan, a young man from Slovakia, talking about living in the UK. Choose the correct answer.


  • When Jan first arrived in Britain, he
    a. really loved living in Oxford.
    b. spent a year in Oxford as a student

What he found difficult in Oxford was

He avoided contact with other students because

Jan thinks the other students thought he was

When he was at university in Bratislava,

He moved to Oxford again four years later

He works in an office

What Jan likes about British companies is the fact that

He visited the famous sights in the city

He’s got a lot of friends and he especially likes

What Jan misses most about living in Slovakia is

Listen again. Write true (T) or false (F).

  1. Jan first moved to Oxford in 1999. _T_
  2. He returned to Slovakia a year later.
  3. He moved to Oxford again in 2004.
  4. Jan thinks the working situation is getting worse in Slovakia.
  5. He never visits the local sights any more.
  6. He thinks summer weather in Britain is too hot.
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