TEST LIMBA ENGLEZA
I. &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; Completati spatiile libere cu cuvintele din partea dreapta
What is your .....? a) born
How ..... are you? b) live
Where do you ...? c) old
When are (were) you ....? d) name
II. &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; Alegeti traducerea corecta pentru fiecare din propozitiile de mai jos:
Excuse me, can you tell me where the CEC is ?
How can I get there?
By bus number 104.
How far is it?
About one mile.
Thank you very much
a) Cum pot sa ajung acolo?
b) Si cat de departe este?
c) Scuzati-ma, imi puteti spune unde este CEC-ul?
d) Pentru putin
e) Cam la o mila
f) &n 151y2424b bsp; Cu autobuzul numarul 104
g) Este pe Calea Victoriei, vis-à-vis de Muzeul National de Istorie
h) Multumesc foarte mult
III. &n 151y2424b bsp; Traduceti in limba romana:
My name is Georgescu, I am 33
years old and I live in
IV. &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; Traduceti in limba engleza:
- Cum pot sa ajung in Piata Unirii ? Trebuie sa ma intalnesc cu un prieten in fata magazinului.
- Prima strada la dreapta, apoi drumul va va duce la adresa.
V. &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; Cititi textul urmator :
There are about 59 million people in
Completati acum spatiile goale din propozitiile de mai jos
The population of
.... million people work, ..million men and ... million women
Working day starts at ... am and finishes at... pm.
... % of workers work more than ... hours a week.
There are ... Bank Holidays in
VI. &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; Cititi textul , apoi notati daca propozitiile sunt adevarate sau false (A/F) :
Mike's 13 years old. He 's got a brother, his name is Tom and he is 15. They live
1) Mike is 15
2) They don't like Manchester United
3) They clean their rooms every day
4) They both go shopping at weekends
5) Tom's room is never clean
6) Mike often watches TV.
VII. &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; Folositi cuvintele urmatoare pentru completarea textului de mai jos:
a) compel b) unpredictability c) virtually d) aborted e) profound
f) incidental g) granted h) sought i) undermine j) concessions
Throughout history, extremists have practiced terrorism to generate fear and to .1).. a change in behaviour. Frequently, terrorism was .2). to other forms of violent action-insurgency or war. Before the 19th Century, terrorists usually ..3).. immunity form attak to certain categories of people. Like other warriors, terrorists recognized innocent people, not involved in the conflict. Terrorists usually excluded women, children and the elderly from their activities. For example, in late 19th Century Russia, radical planning the assassination of the Tsar, ..4).. several attacks because they risked harming innocent people. " Old-school " terrorism was direct; it intended to produce a political effect through the injury or death of the victim. The development of bureaucratic states led to a .5).. change in terrorism. Terrorists found that the death of a single individual, even a monarch, did not necessarily produce the policy changes they .6)... . Terrorists reacted by turning to an indirect method of attack. By the early 20th Century, terrorists began to attack people previously considered innocents to generate political pressure. These attacks had the effect of creating a public atmosphere of anxiety and, as a result, were planned to .7)... confidence in the government. The ..8)... of the attacks, their apparent randomness made it .9). impossible for governments to protect potential victims. The public demands protection that the state cannot give. Frustrated and frightened people then demand that the government make .10). to stop the attacks.
VIII. &n 151y2424b bsp; Alegeti una din variantele de adverbe sau adjective din paranteze:
The policeman remained (calm/calmly) in spite of the (hard/hardly) situation.
The officers gathered evidence (cautious/cautiously).
The doctor felt the victim (careful/carefully)
All is (good/well) that ends (good/well)
The witness seemed (happy/happily) to see the victim alive
' These doughnuts taste (delicious/deliciously)', said the policeman
It's getting (late/lately)
The body looks (heavy/heavily)
The fire officer looked (fearless/fearlessly) through the clouds of dense smoke.
10. &n 151y2424b bsp; They could (hard/hardly) smell the cigarette smoke in the hall
IX. &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; &n 151y2424b bsp; Alegeti sinonimele pentru cuvintele scrise cu majuscule:
SHOW: a) express b) display c) protect d) polish e) exhibit
SERIOUS : a) grave b) solemn c) trivial d) light e) petty
FOREIGN: a) strange b) domestic c) alien d) native e) rural
HIDE: a) mask b) expose c) cover d) reveal e) conceal
ABROAD: a) near b) overseas c) close d) far away e) distant