6. razred: Prvi pismeni zadatak sa ispravkom

Ovde mozete naci prvi pismeni zadatak sa ispravkom ispod.

The First Written Test, done on 6 December 2018                                              Group A

I Translate:

  1. planeta 2. raketa 3. Sunce    4. svemirska stanica      5. satelit      6. zvezda            6p

II Answer the questions making some predictions using I hope / I think …  I don’t think…

  1. Where will you live in 20 years from now?
  2. At what age will you start work?
  3. Will people go on holiday in space?
  4. Will you be rich?
  5. Will scientists find life on  other planets?                                                                 10p

III Use will to give offers or make immediate decisions:                                           

  1. A: These suitcases are very heavy. B:________________________
  2. A: The dog is very hungry.  B: _____________________________
  3. A: I so thirsty. B:______________________
  4. A: I have no money for the taxi.   B:___________________
  5. A: Someone is knocking at the door. B:____________________________            10p

IV Match A and B to make some useful expressions.

A B
1.You’re a)  looking forward to it!
2. I’m really b)   a good time?
3. What’s the c)    a drink?
4. Are you having d)    sure?
5. He/ She can’t e)   problem?
6. Would you like f)    make it.
7. Here g)   kidding!
8. Are you h)    goes.                8p

V Use the expressions from the exercise V to complete the dialogues:

  1. A: We are going on holiday next week. B:_______________
  2. A: It’s your turn for the bungee jump. B:__________________
  3. A: I’m really thirsty. B: ___________
  4. A: Tina likes Tom. B:__________________ 4p

VI Write in or on:

  1. He lives _____ a flat.
  2. They work _____ a farm.
  3. I saw that ______ TV.
  4. Astronauts travel ______ space.
  5. I love watching films _____ the Internet.      5p

VII Write the numbers:

  1. 240
  2. 89
  3. 563
  4. 46000
  5. 2947                         5p

VIII Write will (for immediate decisions and predictions) or am/is/are going to (for plans and intentions).

 

  1. A: We don’t have any bread. B: OK. I __________ go and buy some.
  2. A: It’s George’s birthday tomorrow. B: Oh, no. I forgot. I _______ buy him present after work.
  3. She _______ be a doctor when she grows up.
  4. I decided last night. I _______ invite him to my party.
  5. I think scientists _______ find cure for all diseases. 5p

IX Translate the sentences:

  1. We’ll have the whole planet for ourselves.
  2. When will we get there?
  3. The award was for you.
  4. It won’t be much of a party without a DJ.
  5. Mars is smaller than the Earth and much colder.                           5p

X Read the text and label the pictures.

slika

XI Are the statements True or False.
1.
This text is about a real space flight. T / F
2. You have to sit down during the journey because space travel is dangerous. T / F
3. You cannot go onto the Space Station. T / F 3p

 

The First Written Test, done on 6 December 2018                                              Group B

I Translate:

  1. Zemlja 2. Mesec 3. svemirski brod    4. raketa      5. astronaut      6. raketa            6p

II Answer the questions making some predictions using I hope / I think …  I don’t think…

  1. Where will you work?
  2. At what age will you get married?
  3. Will aliens visit the Earth?
  4. Will you be famous?
  5. Will people live on Mars?                                                                    10 p

III Use will to give offers or make immediate decisions:                                           

  1. A: This exercise is very difficult. B:________________________
  2. A: My laptop isn’t working.  B: _____________________________
  3. A: I so hungry. B:______________________
  4. A: I have a headache.   B:___________________
  5. A: My Let’s play basketball after school. B: Great idea.__________________            10p

IV Match A and B to make some useful expressions:

A B
1.You’re a)  looking forward to it!
2. I’m really b)   make it.
3. What’s the c)    problem?
4. Are you having d)    sure?
5. He/ She can’t e)   a drink?
6. Would you like f)    a good time.
7. Here g)    goes.
8. Are you h)    joking.                8p

V Use the expressions from the exercise IV to complete the dialogues:
1. A: We are going on holiday next week. B:_______________
2. A:There is someone in the kitchen. B:__________________
3. A: Hi, we’re on holiday in Spain. B: ___________
4. A: Is Mark coming to the party. B:__________________ 4p

VI Write in or on:
1. There is no life _____ Mars.
2. He read that _____ a newspaper.
3. She spends a lot of time ______ the Internet
4. She works in ______ bank.
5. We arrived _____ a taxi. 5p

VII Write the numbers:
1. 871
2. 57
3. 1478
4. 93000
5. 694            5p

VIII Write will (for immediate decisions and predictions) or am/is/are going to (for plans and intentions).

  1. Do you think they _______ be late tonight?
  2. A: It’s Maya’s birthday next Friday. B: I know. I _________ buy her a present on Thursday..
  3. He ________ travel around the world after he finishes school.
  4. They are saving money. They __________ go Hawaii next summer.
  5. A: What would you like to drink? B: I ___________ some coffee. 5p

IX Translate the sentences:

  1. We’ll be the first people on Sigma 3.
  2. You won’t be 263 years old.
  3. I’ve got something to show you.
  4. What are you going to do?
  5. Neptune is the furthest planet from the Sun.                           5p

X Read the text and label the pictures.

slika - b

XI Are the statements True or False.

  1. This text is about a flight into space beyond our solar system.     T / F
  2. It will take twenty minutes to get to the Moon.   T / F
  3. The ship will visit the space station and then go round the Moon.   T /  F                                        3p

 

ISPRAVAK

The correction of the First Written Test,  done on 11 December 2018       Group A

I Translate:

  1. planeta     a planet    2. raketa   a rocket  3. Sunce   the Sun   4. svemirska stanica  a space station      5. satelit  a satellite    6. zvezda   a star          6p

II Answer the questions making some predictions using I hope / I think …  I don’t think…

  1. Where will you live in 20 years from now?   I hope I’ll live in a big city.
  2. At what age will you start work?  I think I’ll start work at 24.
  3. Will people go on holiday in space?   I don’t think people will go on holiday in space.
  4. Will you be rich?  I hope I’ll be rich.
  5. Will scientists find life on other planets?     I think scientists will find life on other planets.                                                             10p

III Use will to give offers or make immediate decisions:                                           

  1. A: These suitcases are very heavy. B:I’ll help you.
  2. A: The dog is very hungry.  B: I’ll feed it.
  3. A: I so thirsty. B: I’ll get you a drink.
  4. A: I have no money for the taxi.   B: I’ll lend you some.
  5. A: Someone is knocking at the door. B: I’ll answer it.

IV Match A and B to make some useful expressions. 

  1. g
  2. a
  3. e
  4. b
  5. f
  6. c
  7. h
  8. d

V Use the expressions from the exercise IV to complete the dialogues:

  1. A: We are going on holiday next week. B: I’m really looking forward to it.
  2. A: It’s your turn for the bungee jump. B: Here goes.  (Are you sure?)
  3. A: I’m really thirsty. B: I’ll get you a drink.
  4. A: Tina likes Tom. B: Are you sure? (You’re kidding!) 4p

VI Write in or on:

  1. He lives in a flat.
  2. They work on a farm.
  3. I saw that on TV.
  4. Astronauts travel in space.
  5. I love watching films on the Internet.      5p

VII Write the numbers:

  1. 240   two hundred forty
  2. 89   eighty-nine
  3. 563  five hundred sixty-three
  4. 46000    forty-six thousand
  5. 2947      two thousand nine hundred forty-seven                     5p

VIII Write will (for immediate decisions and predictions) or am/is/are going to (for plans and intentions).

  1. A: We don’t have any bread. B: OK. I’ll go and buy some.
  2. A: It’s George’s birthday tomorrow. B: Oh, no. I forgot. I’ll buy him present after work.
  3. She is going to be a doctor when she grows up.
  4. I decided last night. I’m going to invite him to my party.
  5. I think scientists will find cure for all diseases. 5p

IX Translate the sentences:

  1. We’ll have the whole planet for ourselves. Imaćemo celu planetu samo za sebe.
  2. When will we get there?  Kada ćemo stići tamo?
  3. The award was for you.  Nagrada je bila za tebe.
  4. It won’t be much of a party without a DJ.  Neće biti neka žurka bez di-džeja.
  5. Mars is smaller than the Earth and much colder.  Mars je manji od Zemlje i mnogo hladniji.                           5p

X Read the text and label the pictures.

1c  2d  3a  4b  5e      5p

XI Are the statements True or False.

  1. This text is about a real space flight. False
    2. You have to sit down during the journey because space travel is dangerous. True
    3. You cannot go onto the Space Station. True 3p

 

 

The Correction of the First Written Test, done on 11 December 2018                     Group B

I Translate:

  1. Zemlja     the Earth  2. Mesec  the Moon    3. svemirski brod   a spaceship    4. raketa       a rocket  5. astronaut   an astronaut      6.   satelit        a satellite       6p

II Answer the questions making some predictions using I hope / I think …  I don’t think…

  1. Where will you work?   I think I’ll work in a bank.
  2. At what age will you get married?   I think I’ll get married at 27.
  3. Will aliens visit the Earth?   I don’t think aliens will visit the Earth.
  4. Will you be famous?   I hope I’ll be famous.
  5. Will people live on Mars?   I don’t think people will live on Mars.                                                                 10 p

III Use will to give offers or make immediate decisions:                                           

  1. A: This exercise is very difficult. B:  I’ll help you.
  2. A: My laptop isn’t working.  B: I’ll fix it.
  3. A: I’m so hungry. B: I’ll make you a sandwich.
  4. A: I have a headache.   B: I’ll take you to a doctor.
  5. A: Let’s play basketball after school. B: Great idea. I’ll meet you in front of the school.            10p

IV Match A and B to make some useful expressions:

  1. h
  2. a
  3. c
  4. f
  5. b
  6. e
  7. g
  8. d

V Use the expressions from the exercise IV to complete the dialogues:

  1. A: We are going on holiday next week. B:I’m looking forward to it.
  2. A:There is someone in the kitchen. B: Are you sure? (You’re kidding!)
  3. A: Hi, we’re on holiday in Spain. B: Are you having a good time?
  4. A: Is Mark coming to the party. B: He can’t make it. 4p

 VI Write in or on:

  1. There is no life on Mars.
  2. He read that in a newspaper.
  3. She spends a lot of time on the Internet
  4. She works in a bank.
  5. We arrived in a taxi.      5p

VII  Write the numbers:

  1. 871 eight hundred seventy-one
  2. 57 fifty-seven
  3. 1478 one thousand four hundred seventy-eight
  4. 93000 ninety-three thousand
  5. 694   six hundred ninety-four                             5p

 VIII Write will (for immediate decisions and predictions) or am/is/are going to (for plans and intentions).

  1. Do you think they will be late tonight?
  2. A: It’s Maya’s birthday next Friday. B: I know. I am going to buy her a present on Thursday..
  3. He is going to  travel around the world after he finishes school.
  4. They are saving money. Theyare going to go Hawaii next summer.
  5. A: What would you like to drink? B: I’ll have some coffee.                             5p

IX Translate the sentences:

  1. We’ll be the first people on Sigma 3.  Mi ćemo biti prvi ljudi na Sigma 3.
  2. You won’t be 263 years old.  Nećeš imati 263 godine.
  3. I’ve got something to show you.  Imam nešto da ti pokažem.
  4. What are you going to do?   Šta ćeš raditi?
  5. Neptune is the furthest planet from the Sun.   Neptun je najudaljenija planeta od sunca.                           5p

 X Read the text and label the pictures.

1b    2a    3e     4c    5d        5p

 XI Are the statements True or False.

  1. This text is about a flight into space beyond our solar system.  False
  2. It will take twenty minutes to get to the Moon.   False
  3. The ship will visit the space station and then go round the Moon.  False    3p                                

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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VI razred: Priprema za pismeni zadatak

I Write what you see:

(Napisi sta vidis):

II Answer the questions  making some predictions using I hope / I think I will / won’t ….  I don’t think I will(for example, Where will you live in 20 years from now? I hope I’ll live on a farm. I think I won’t live  in a big city.  Will you be rich? I hope I will be rich.)

Odgovori na pitanja dajuci predvidjanja i koristeci I hope / I think I will / won’t ….  I don’t think I will…  (na primer, Where will you live in 20 years from now? I hope I’ll live on a farm. I think I won’t live  in a big city.  Will you be rich? I hope I will be rich.)

  1. Where will you live in 20 years from now?
  2. Where will you work?
  3. Will you be famous?
  4. Will you be important?
  5. At what age will you have children? (I will have children at 28.)
  6. At what age will you start work?
  7. At what age will you get married?
  8. Will people live in space?
  9. Will people go on holiday in space?
  10. Will aliens visit the Earth?
  11. Will you meet the boy/ girl of your dreams?

III Use will to give offers or make immediate decisions:

(Koristi will da ponudis nesto ili da doneses odluku u trenutku):

  1. A: I’m so hungry.  B: I’ll make you a sandwich.
  2. A: We don’t have any milk in the fridge. B: I’ll go to the supermarket to buy some milk.
  3. A: These suitcases are very heavy. B:
  4. A: I’m having a party on Saturday. B:
  5. A: The cat is hungry. B:
  6. A: The phone is ringing. B:
  7. A: I can’t open the door. B:
  8. A: My laptop isn’t working. B:
  9. A: This exercise is very difficult. B:
  10. A: I’m very thirsty. B:

IV Write in or on:

(Napisi in ili on):

  1. He lives _______ a flat.
  2. They live _______a farm.
  3. I think we’ll go on holiday _______ space.
  4. She spends a lot of time _______ the Internet.
  5. Tanya works ______ an office.
  6. My grandparents worked ______ a factory.
  7. I read that _______ a newspaper.
  8. She heard it ______ TV not _____ the radio.
  9. He broke his arm and he was _____ hospital for 3 days.
  10. There is no life _______ Mars.

V Match A and B to make some useful expressions:

(Spoji A i B da dobijes neke korisne izraze)

A B
You’re looking forward to it!
I’m really a good time?
What’s the a drink?
Are you having sure?
He/ She can’t matter?
Would you like make it.
Here joking!
Are you goes.

VI Use the expressions from the exercise V to complete the dialogues:

(Iskoristi izraze iz vzbanja V da dopunis dijaloge)

  1. A: We are going on holiday next week. B: I’m really looking forward to it.
  2. A: There is someone in the kitchen.  B: Are you sure?
  3. A: It’s your turn for the bungee jump. B:
  4. A: Hi, we’re on holiday in Spain.  B: Are you having a good time?
  5. A: I’m really thirsty. B:
  6. A: Is Mark coming to the party? B:
  7. A: I am so sad. B:
  8. A: Tina likes Tom. B:

VII Write the numbers:

(Napisi brojeve recima):

  1. 76 seventy-six
  2. 100 a hundred
  3. 240
  4. 563
  5. 871  eight hundred seventy-one
  6. 980
  7. 410
  8. 89
  9. 57
  10. 1000
  11. 1478
  12. 3745  three thousand seven hundred forty-five
  13. 57000 fifty-seven thousand
  14. 83000
  15. 6800
  16. 2460

VIII Write will (for immediate decisions and predictions) or am/is/are going to (for plans and intentions)

Napisi will (za trenutne odluke i predvidjanja) i  am/is/are going to (planove i namere):

  1. A: I decided yesterday. I am going to  buy a new computer.
  2. Do you think they will visit us at the weekend?
  3. A: We don’t have any sugar. B: OK. I __________ go and buy some.
  4. A: It’s George’s birthday tomorrow. B: Oh, no. I forgot. I _______ buy him  present after work.
  5. She _______ be a doctor when she grows up.
  6. A: What would you like to eat? B: I will have a sandwich, please.
  7. A: It’s Maya’s birthday next Friday. B: I know. I ________ buy her a present on Thursday. I_________ give her a book.
  8. He is saving money. He ________ buy a new car next year.

Na pismenom cete imati i nekoliko recenica za prevod iz lekcija Journey into space, Detective of the year, James’s party, The Solar system.

Takodje, dobicete i jedan nepoznat tekst nakon cega cete odgovarati na pitanja vezana za taj tekst, ili recenice pa da vi napisete da li su tacne ili netacne.

 

Ispravak prvog pismenog zadatka za 8. razred

 The Correction of the First Written Test, done on 3 December 2018      Group A

 

I Translate the jobs:

1.      stjuardesa      a flight attendant

2.      gradjevinac     a builder

3.      zubar     a dentist

4.      nastavnik klavira      a piano teacher

5.      elektricar      an electrician

6.      pekar      a baker

7.      prodavac     a shop assistant

8.      frizer     a hairdresser / hairstylist

9.      vozac kamiona      a lorry/truck driver

10.  sekretarica         a secretary

 

II Write how we say the dates:

1.      23/4      the twenty-third of April

2.      31/8      the thirty-first of August

3.      7/11      the seventh of November

4.      15/2      the fifteenth of February

5.      4/12     the fourth of December

III  Future tenses:

1.      When I finish high school, I’m going to look for a job.

2.      Wait! I’ll drive you to the station.

3.      On Sunday at 8 o’clock, we  are meeting / are going to meet our friends.

4.      Look at the clouds! It’s going to rain in a few minutes.

5.      At this time next year, Bob will be travelling around the world.

 

IV Complete the phrases with the correct verb form:

1.      If your mum finds out what you did, she‘ll get upset.

2.      If you don’t take umbrella, you’ll be soaking wet because it’s raining cats and dogs.

3.      Will we get there on time if we take a taxi?

4.      She’ll stay in London if she gets a job.

5.      We’ll be late if we don’t hurry up.

 

V Complete the phrases with the correct preposition:

1.      on Wednesday

2.      at Easter

3.      in November

4.      on  New Year’s Eve

5.      in the 20th century

6.      in  the morning

7.      in 1969

8.      at  night

9.      at  2.30 am

10.  at the weekend

 

VI Write a dialogue for changing an appointment with your hairdresser for next Thursday at 2 pm.  10 p

A: Good afternoon. Hairdresser’s.

B: Good afternoon. This is Anna Smith. I have an appointment for next Thursday at 2 pm but I’m afraid I can’t make it.

A: Would you like to make another appointment?

B: Yes, please.

A: Can you come on Friday at 4 pm?

B: I’m sorry but that’s no good for me. I have a piano lesson.

A: Oh, I see. What about Saturday at 11 am?

B: Yes, that’ be fine.

A: OK, so see you on Friday at 11 am?

B: Yes, see you. Goodbye.

A: Bye.

VII Translate into Serbian:

1.      Of course, there is no easy road to success, but one thing is certain: success won’t come if you don’t do anything.    Naravno, nema lakog puta do uspeha ali jedn astvar je sigurna: uspeh nece doci ako ne uradis nesto.

2.      Money isn’t everything, Pete, there are more important things in life.    Novac nije sve, Pite, ima vaznijih stvari u zivotu.

3.      If you decide to do something that you or your parents can’t afford, for example, it won’t work.    Ako odlucis da uradis nesto sto ti ili tvoji roditelji ne mogu priustiti, na primer, to nece uspeti.

 

VIII   Read the text and write whether the sentences are true or false.

My pet’s an insect

It sounds strange to many of us, but if you are Japanese this might be true. In most of Asia, insects are often thought to make good pets. In Western cultures, people do keep insects as pets, but this is often to do with a school project. For example, school children are often asked to catch caterpillars, and put them in a jar with some cabbage leaves, so they can observe them until they change into beautiful butterflies.

The main problem with having an insect as a pet is that they are hard to relate to. You can talk to a dog, a cat, a parrot or even a hamster, and perhaps even get them to do some tricks that you can teach them, but being friends with insects is just impossible. Nor can you cuddle or stroke them. On the one hand they are very fragile: you could easily kill or damage them if you handle them at all. And, on the other hand, touching an insect can be dangerous. Many of them can bite or sting you and in this way inject poison into your body, leading to illness or even death. This doesn’t always put people off. There are people who keep poisonous tarantula spiders, although it is extremely dangerous and in some places illegal.

With all these problems, it might seem surprising that insect pets are popular anywhere. But there can be benefits to keeping an insect as a pet. Some insects make beautiful sounds. Singing crickets are popular in Asian countries, and not just for their voice. They are used like guard dogs. If a burglar enters the house at night, the cricket stops singing and this wakes the family up.

1.      Give three reasons why being friends with insects is just impossible.

·         They are hard to relate to.

·         You can’t cuddle or stroke them.

·         Touching an insect can be dangerous.

2.      What are the advantages of keeping insects as pets?

They make beautiful sounds and some of them can be used as guard dogs.

3.      Why do children often catch caterpillers?

Children are asked to catch caterpillars for school projects. For example, they can observe them until they change into beautiful butterflies.

 

 

 

The Correction of the First Written Test, done on 3 December 2018        Group B

I Translate the jobs:

1.      veterinary      a vet

2.      mesar   a butcher

3.      medicinka sestra    a nurse

4.      sef kuhinje      a chef

5.      inzenjer     an engineer

6.      cistac     a cleaner

7.      mehanicar    a mechanic

8.      arhitekta       an architect

9.      taksi vozac      a taxi driver

10.  glumac            an actor

 

II Write how we say the dates:

1.      22/7     The twenty-second of July

2.      1/2      The first of February

3.      13/11    The thirteenth of November

4.      30/3      The thirtieth of March

5.      5/6          The fifth of June

III  Future tenses:

1.       I hope my mum won’t talk  to the teacher by Friday.

2.      Look at her! She’s going to have a baby really soon

3.      At this time tomorrow we’ll be exercising at the gym.

4.      They are flying / will be flying to London on Friday evening at 8 o’clock.

5.       What are you doing / are you going to do after school?

IV Complete the phrases with the correct verb form:

1.      You won’t have a lot of friends if you don’t keep secrets.

2.      George will drive us to the concert if he finishes his work early.

3.      If  you wake up late, you‘ll miss the flight.

4.      Will you eat pizza if you are hungry tonight?

5.        If you don’t send this letter now, she won’t receive it tomorrow.

 

V Complete the phrases with the correct preposition:

1.      on  Christmas Day

2.      at 10 o’clock

3.      on Saturday afternoon

4.      on 6 July

5.      in winter

6.      at  midnight

7.      on  Friday

8.      in 1973

9.      in the evening

10.  at Thanksgiving

VI Write a dialogue for changing an appointment  at the dentist’s at 9 am on Monday.

A: Good afternoon. Dental surgery.

B: Good afternoon. This is Anna Smith. I have an appointment for at 9 am on Monday but I’m afraid I can’t make it.

A: Would you like to make another appointment?

B: Yes, please.

A: Can you come on Tuesday at 4 pm?

B: I’m sorry but that’s no good for me. I’m going on a school trip.

A: Oh, I see. What about Saturday at 11 am?

B: Yes, that’ be fine.

A: OK, so see you on Saturday at 11 am?

B: Yes, see you. Goodbye.

A: Bye.

 

VII Translate into Serbian:

4.      The careers adviser’s coming to talk to us about what we want to do when we leave school.

Savetnik za karijeru dolazi da prica sa nama o tome sta zelimo da radimo kada zavrsimo skolu.

5.      This is very important, because you will have a goal to aim at and you will also know when you have reached it.      Ovo je veoma vazno zato sto cete imati cilj kome tezite i znacete kada ga postignete.

6.    We don’t finish school until ten past three.    Ne zavsravamo sa skolom do 3.10.

 

VIII  Read the text and answer the questions.

The novels of Charles Dickens

Many people believe that Charles Dickens was the greatest English novelist ever. He lived in the nineteenth century and wrote many novels and short stories. Some of these have been made into films and TV series.

His most famous novel is probably Oliver Twist. It is the story of a young orphan who runs away from an orphanage and is tricked into joining a band of thieves in London. Most people know this story even if they haven’t read it, because it was made into a very famous musical and film which has been seen all over the world.

David Copperfield is another very well-known Dickens story. It is based on the author’s own life, and tells the story of a poor boy who had a hard childhood but after many difficulties became a very successful writer.

Great Expectations is another dramatic novel where a poor boy becomes a rich man and leaves his village. But the young Pip does not find success through his own hard work but because a mysterious person gives him money. However, in the end Pip loses his fortune but finds something more important.

Almost all of Dickens’ novels take place during the 19th century, when Dickens lived. They show the terribly difficult lives poor people had at that time. One exception is A Tale of Two Cities which is about the French revolution, which happened in the century before Dickens was born. It tells the story of two men who look exactly the same, one good and one bad. The good man is going to be killed by French revolutionaries but changes places with the other. So the bad man dies and the good one is allowed to live.

1.      In which novel does the hero become an author?

In David Copperfield.

2.    Which story is well known by people who haven’t read the book?

Oliver Twist.

3.      Which novel is not set in the nineteenth century?

A Tale of two cities

4.      Which novel is about Dickens’ own life?

David Copperfield

5.      Which novel is about a revolution?

A tale of Two Cities

Prvi pismeni zadatak (8. razred)

The First Written Test, done on 28/29 November 2018      Group A

I Translate the jobs:

1.      stjuardesa

2.      gradjevinac

3.      zubar

4.      nastavnik klavira

5.      elektricar

6.      pekar

7.      prodavac

8.      frizer

9.      vozac kamiona

10.  sekretarica                                  10 p    

                                   

 II Write how we say the dates:

1.      23/4

2.      31/8

3.      7/11

4.      15/2

5.      4/12                                                      5 p                                                                                      

 
 

III  Future tenses:

1.      When I finish high school, I ______________(look) for a job.

2.      Wait! I ____________ (drive) you to the station.

3.      On Sunday at 8 o’clock, we ____________ (meet) our friends.

4.      Look at the clouds! It ___________ (rain) in a few minutes.

5.      At this time next year, Bob __________ (travel) around the world.       5 p                                         

 

   
                        

IV Complete the phrases with the correct verb form:

1.      If your mum ___________ (find) out what you did, she __________ (get) upset.

2.      If you _____________ (not take) the umbrella, you ___________ (be) soaking wet because it’s raining cats and dogs.

3.      __________ we ________ (get) there on time if we _________ (take) a taxi?

4.      She ___________ (stay) in London if she _________ (get) a job.

5.      We __________ (be) late if we _________ (not hurry).                       10 p

 

V Complete the phrases with the correct preposition:

1.      ________ Wednesday

2.      ________ Easter

3.      ________ November

4.      ________ New Year’s Eve

5.      ________the 20th century

6.      ________ the morning

7.      ________ 1969

8.      ________ night  

9.      ________ 2.30 am

10.  ________ the weekend                   10 p

 

   

 

VI Write a dialogue for changing an appointment with your hairdresser for next Thursday at 2 pm.  10 p

 

VII Translate into Serbian:

  1. Of course, there is no easy road to success, but one thing is certain: success won’t come if you don’t do anything.
  2. Money isn’t everything, Pete, there are more important things in life.
  3. If you decide to do something that you or your parents can’t afford, for example, it won’t work. 5 p

 

VIII   Read the text and answer the questions. 

                                                        My pet’s an insect

It sounds strange to many of us, but if you are Japanese this might be true. In most of Asia, insects are often thought to make good pets. In Western cultures, people do keep insects as pets, but this is often to do with a school project. For example, school children are often asked to catch caterpillars, and put them in a jar with some cabbage leaves, so they can observe them until they change into beautiful butterflies.

The main problem with having an insect as a pet is that they are hard to relate to. You can talk to a dog, a cat, a parrot or even a hamster, and perhaps even get them to do some tricks that you can teach them, but being friends with insects is just impossible. Nor can you cuddle or stroke them. On the one hand they are very fragile: you could easily kill or damage them if you handle them at all. And, on the other hand, touching an insect can be dangerous. Many of them can bite or sting you and in this way inject poison into your body, leading to illness or even death. This doesn’t always put people off. There are people who keep poisonous tarantula spiders, although it is extremely dangerous and in some places illegal.

With all these problems, it might seem surprising that insect pets are popular anywhere. But there can be benefits to keeping an insect as a pet. Some insects make beautiful sounds. Singing crickets are popular in Asian countries, and not just for their voice. They are used like guard dogs. If a burglar enters the house at night, the cricket stops singing and this wakes the family up.

  1. Give three reasons why being friends with insects is just impossible.
  2. What are the advantages of keeping insects as pets?
  3. Why do children often catch caterpillers?              5 p

 

The First Written Test, done on 28/29 November 2018        Group B

I Translate the jobs:

1.      veterinar

2.      mesar

3.      medicinka sestra

4.      sef kuhinje

5.      inzenjer

6.      cistac

7.      mehanicar

8.      arhitekta

9.      taksi vozac

10.  glumac                                  10 p    

 

 II Write how we say the dates:

1.      22/7

2.      1/2

3.      13/11

4.      30/3

5.      5/6                                                      5 p                                                                                      

 
 

III  Future tenses:

1.       I hope my mum __________ (not talk) to the teacher by Friday.

2.      Look at her! She __________ (have) a baby really soon

3.      At this time tomorrow we ___________ (exercise) at the gym.

4.      They __________ (fly) to London on Friday evening at 8 o’clock.

5.       What ________ you _______ (do) after school?        5 p                                          

 

   
IV Complete the phrases with the correct verb form:

1.      You ____________ (not have) a lot of friends if you _____________ (not keep) secrets.

2.      George ______________ (drive) us to the concert if  he_____________ (finish) his work early.

3.      If  you ____________(wake) up late, you _____________  (miss) the flight.

4.      _________ you ________ (eat) pizza if you _______ (be) hungry tonight?

5.        If you  ___________ (not send) this letter now, she _________ (not receive) it tomorrow.             10 p

V Complete the phrases with the correct preposition:

1.      ________ Christmas Day

2.      ________ 10 o’clock

3.      ________ Saturday afternoon

4.      ________ 6 July

5.      ________ winter

6.      ________ midnight

7.      ________ Friday

8.      ________ 1973  

9.      ________ the evening

10.  ________ Thanksgiving                  10 p

 

   

VI Write a dialogue for changing an appointment  at the dentist’s on Monday morning at 9 am.  10 p

VII Translate into Serbian:

  1. The careers adviser’s coming to talk to us about what we want to do when we leave school.
  2. This is very important, because you will have a goal to aim at and you will also know when you have reached it..
  3. We don’t finish school until ten past three.    5 p

 

VIII  Read the text and answer the questions.       

The novels of Charles Dickens

Many people believe that Charles Dickens was the greatest English novelist ever. He lived in the nineteenth century and wrote many novels and short stories. Some of these have been made into films and TV series.

His most famous novel is probably Oliver Twist. It is the story of a young orphan who runs away from an orphanage and is tricked into joining a band of thieves in London. Most people know this story even if they haven’t read it, because it was made into a very famous musical and film which has been seen all over the world.

David Copperfield is another very well-known Dickens story. It is based on the author’s own life, and tells the story of a poor boy who had a hard childhood but after many difficulties became a very successful writer.

Great Expectations is another dramatic novel where a poor boy becomes a rich man and leaves his village. But the young Pip does not find success through his own hard work but because a mysterious person gives him money. However, in the end Pip loses his fortune but finds something more important.

Almost all of Dickens’ novels take place during the 19th century, when Dickens lived. They show the terribly difficult lives poor people had at that time. One exception is A Tale of Two Cities which is about the French revolution, which happened in the century before Dickens was born. It tells the story of two men who look exactly the same, one good and one bad. The good man is going to be killed by French revolutionaries but changes places with the other. So the bad man dies and the good one is allowed to live.

1.      In which novel does the hero become an author?

2.    Which story is well known by people who haven’t read the book?

3.      Which novel is not set in the nineteenth century?

4.      Which novel is about Dickens’ own life?

5.      Which novel is about a revolution?

5 p

 

 

 

VIII grade: Pripema za prvi pismeni zadatak

Let’s practice grammar and vocabulary from Unit 2 that you will have in the test. If you have any questions, post a comment or write me a message on Facebook.

I Write the jobs you see.

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II Write the dates:

1/7    We write: 1 July      We say:  the first of July

23/4

10/10

31/12

12/9

6/8

16/4

2/3

III Write in, on or at.

  1. His birthday is _______ May.
  2. His birthday is _______ 21 May.
  3. They are coming _______ Friday.
  4. We visit our grandparent ________ Christmas.
  5. We have a short holiday _______ autumn.
  6. She was born ________ 2005.
  7. She left early ______ the morning.
  8. Gina goes swimming ________ the weekend.
  9. They have a short break ________ midday.
  10.  I make a special dinner _________ Thanksgiving day.
  11. American families get together ________ Thanksgiving.
  12. Mark started his journey _________ August.

IV Write the verbs in brackets in the Future Simple, the Future Continuous Tense, the Present Continuous or am/is/are going to.

  1. I think our team _____________ (win).
  2. This time tomorrow we _____________ (have) an English test.
  3. My friend and I ____________ (meet) after school for coffee.
  4. When I finish high school, I ___________ (look) for a job.
  5. Look at the clouds! It __________ (rain).
  6. Look at her! She ___________ (have) a baby really soon.
  7. This time next week, Mia ___________ (travel) to France.
  8. Tina _____________ (have) a job interview at 10 am tomorrow.
  9. I hope my mum ______________ (not talk) to my teacher before Friday. Otherwise, I ___________ probably grounded at the weekend.
  10. Mike is studying fashion design. He ______________ (be) a fashion designer.
  11. A: The dog is nervous. B: I ________ (take) him for a walk.
  12. What __________ you__________ (do) after school?
  13. A: I am hungry. B: I ___________ (make) you a sandwich.
  14. They ____________ (get) married in September. They’ve already arranged everything.
  15. They offered him a job. I think he __________(accept) my offer.

V The First Conditional:

  1. If they __________ (park) here, they __________ (have) to pay a fine.
  2. My dog ____________ (bite) the postman if he ____________ (go) into my garden.
  3. If you __________ (not go) to bed straightaway, you ___________ (get) up on time in the morning.
  4. If your mum ___________ (find) out what you did, she __________ (get) upset.
  5. If you _____________ (not take) the umbrella, you ___________ (be) soaking wet because it’s raining cats and dogs.
  6. __________ we ________ (get) there on time if we _________ (take) a taxi?
  7. You ____________ (not have) a lot of friends if you _____________ (not keep) secrets.
  8. George ______________ (drive) us to the concert if _____________ (finish) his work early.
  9. If  you ____________(wake) up late,you _____________  (miss) the flight.
  10. If you __________ (repeat) that once again, I ___________ (punch) you.

VI Write a dialogue for changing an appointment in the following situations:

  • you have an appointment at the dentist’s at 4 pm tomorrow afternoon
  • you have an arrangement with your friend to play tennis on Saturday
  • you have a job interview at 2 pm on Friday
  • you have  an appointment with your hairdresser for next Thursday
  • you have an arrangement to go rollerblading with your cousin this afternoon

 

Practice translating the texts Ambitions, How to be successful and Changing an appointment from Unit 2 in your student’s book.

And as I said I am going to check your reading comprehension of an unfamiliar text.

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VI grade: Test 1 Preparation

Our first “big“ test is  pretty close so we should better practice the things we covered so far. The test will deal with the grammar and vocabulary from The Introduction and Unit 1 (Project 3 Student’s Book).

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So let’s get started.

I Present Simple and Continuous Tense – use the correct verb form:

  1. She ______________ (have) breakfast at the moment.
  2. I often _____________ (go) for a walk with my friends.
  3. They _______________ (not learn) now.
  4. __________ you always___________ (drink) orange juice? Yes, I ________.
  5. Look! He _____________ (ride) a horse.
  6. Today, Stephen _____________ (take) a bus to work but he usually ____________ (go) by car.
  7. _________ she ___________ (visit) her grandparents every weekend? No, she __________.
  8. In this picture, we ______________ (sit) on a beach.
  9. My brother never ___________ (eat) broccoli.
  10. I ____________ (do) some English exercises at the moment.

II Past Simple – regular and irregular verbs:

  1. Mia ___________ (want) to go to Greece last summer but she __________ (go) to Bulgaria instead.
  2. __________ they__________ (invite) you to their wedding? Yes, they _________.
  3. Marko ____________ (make) some nice model planes yesterday.
  4. He ___________ (not sleep) well last night.
  5. My dog _________ (dig)  a deep hole in the garden searching for a bone.
  6. She __________ (lose) her key so she ____________(climb) through the window to get inside.
  7. _________ you_________ (have) pizza for dinner? No, I _________.
  8. She _____________ (sit) next to the window on the bus.
  9. He __________ (open) a packet of crisps and _________ (eat) them because he _________ (be) very hungry.
  10. My sister ___________ (lie) on the bed and __________ (fall) asleep quickly.

III Write was, wasn’t, were or weren’t in the gaps.

  1. I __________ very busy yesterday.
  2. _________you at Maya’s party? No, I _________ (-).
  3. She _________ (-) late for class.
  4. _________they happy together? Yes, they ________.
  5. The key __________ (-) on the table. It __________ next to the TV set.
  6. _______ your friends in he park with you? No, they _________(-). I _________ alone.
  7. It __________(-) raining. The weather _________ nice.
  8. My grandparents ___________(-) in the garden. They ________ in the kitchen.

IV Complete the gaps with a suitable word:

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  1. A: How ________ your weekend?

B: It was ______________.

A: I ________ __________. I stayed in bed the whole weekend.

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2. A: What __________ you _________ at the weekend?

B: I went ________   _______   _________.

A: Was the film  ___________?

B: No, it ________ ________. I fell asleep.

 

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3. A: What ________ you ________ on Saturday?

B: I __________ __________.

A: Oh, was_________ _________?

B: Yes, it _________ __________. I won the match.

 

V Write what you see in the pictures:

V Complete the gaps:

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  1. Jessica is Linda’s _____________.
  2. Steven is Angela’s _____________.
  3. Alan and Jessica are Vanessa, Justin and Michael’s ____________.
  4. Mary is Steven’s ____________.
  5. Joseph is Linda’s _____________.
  6. Vanessa is Michael’s __________.
  7. Linda is Justin’s ______________.
  8. Vanessa, Justin, Michael and Linda are Joseph’s _____________.
  9. Linda is Mary’s _____________.
  10. Jessica is Alan’s ________.
  11. Justin is Steven’s ___________.
  12. Vanessa is Steven’s ___________.
  13. Michael is Joseph and Mary’s_____________.
  14. I haven’t got any brothers or sisters. I am the ________ __________.
  15. I have an older brother and a younger sister so I am the __________ child.
  16. He has a sister. She was born on the same day as he. They are t__________.
  17. I am the ___________. I have three older brothers.
  18. I am the __________. I have two younger sisters.

VI Write dialogues using Would you like to…? Do you want to ….?  Do you fancy ….?

(A: Would you like to go to cinema with me and watch  Spiderman? B: When is it?    A: At 8 o’clock on Friday.  B: I’d love to. Thanks.)

  1. A: Invite your friend to play tennis with you after school.

B: Accept.

2. A: Invite your brother to go to the park with you.

B: Refuse and give a reason.

3. A: Invite your friend to come to your party.

B: Ask when it is. Accept.

4. A: Invite your sister to go for a walk with you.

B:  Refuse. Give a reason.

VII Write what you like or dislike.  (I like…. I don’t like…)

 Good luck on the test!

5th grade : The Correction of the Second Written Test

 

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The Correction of the Second Written Work, done on 4 June, 2018   Group  A 

I Write questions and answers for the numbers you see. (How high/deep/wide/ long is…? It’s …)

  1. How high is the house? It’s 15 m high.
  2. How wide is the pool? It’s 12 m wide.
  3. How long is the pool? It’s 25 m long.

 II Write what you see in the pictures.                                

A hill, a bridge, a tunnel, a skyscraper, a valley, an island

III What’s the weather like?

  1. It’s windy.
  2. It’s cloudy.
  3. It’s dry.
  4. It’s snowing.
  5. It’s freezing. It’s icy.
  6. It’s raining.

IV Complete:

  1. Your hands are as warm as toast.
  2. This building is as high as a mountain.
  3. His hair is as black as coal.       

V Write the comparative form of the adjectives.   

  1. The USA is much bigger (big) than Serbia.
  2. His computer is more expensive (expensive) than your computer.
  3. Today it is windier (windy) than it was yesterday.
  4. This bridge is wider (wide) than that bridge.
  5. His project is better (good) than her project.
VI Write the superlative form of the adjectives.   

1.      This is the worst (bad) holiday in the world.

2.      He is the nicest (nice) boy I know.

3.      She is the most beautiful (beautiful) girl in our class.

4.      Mike is the tallest (tall).

5.      This road is the busiest (busy) road in our town.                                                 

VII Answer the questions.

    1. Which is more crowded, Belgrade or Dimitrovgrad?   Belgrade is more crowded than Dimitrovgrad.

    2. What is the biggest room in your house?  The biggest room in my house is _________.

VIII Write the present perfect tense.

  1. I have read (read) that book.
  2. He has lost (lose) his wallet.
  3. She hasn’t phoned (not phone) me.
  4. Have you ever been (be) to Italy? Yes, I have.

IX Write am / is / are going to…

  1. They are going to play (play) tennis this afternoon.
  2. He is going to help  (help) me with my homework.
  3. I am not going to watch (not watch) TV.
  4. Is she going to cook (cook) lunch? No, she isn’t.

X Translate the TV programmes.

1. a quiz show   2. the news   3. a soap opera   4.a documentary    5. a comedy show    6. a reality programme

XI Read the text and choose the correct word.

  1. False
  2. False
  3. True
  4. True

The Correction of the Second Written Work, done on 4 June, 2018   Group  B                                         

I Write questions and answers for the numbers you see. (How high/deep/wide/ long is…? It’s …)

  1. How high is the tree? It’s 4 m high.
  2. How long is the pool? It’s 25 m long.
  3. How deep is the pool? It’s 3 m deep.

II Write what you see in the pictures.

a beach, a canal, a forest, a lake, a mountain, a field

III What’s the weather like?

  1. It’s cold.
  2. It’s hot.
  3. It’s foggy.
  4. It’s sunny.
  5. It’s wet.
  6. It’s windy.

IV Complete:

1. Your hands are as cold as ice.

2.  My bag is as heavy as lead.

3. Her hair is as white as snow.

V Write the comparative form of the adjectives.   

1.      The blue shirt is more beautiful (beautiful) than the yellow shirt.

2.      Autumn is rainier (rainy) than summer.

3.      Your test results are worse (bad) than my test results.

4.      The Amazon is longer (long) than the Morava.

5.       Friday was wetter (wet) than Monday.

VI Write the superlative form of the adjectives.   

1.      This cake is the best (good).

2.      He is the most interesting (interesting) boy I know.

3.      That room is the darkest (dark) room in the house.

4.      The Carribean Sea is the deepest (deep) sea.

5.      Scotland is the hilliest (hilly) country in the UK.                                                  

VII Answer the questions.

1. What is the worst subject at school, in your opinion? The worst subject is ____________. 

     2. Who is the oldest person in your family? The oldest person in my family is _________.

VIII Write the present perfect tense

  1. Have they gotten (get) your email? No, they haven’t.
  2. I haven’t left (not leave) my bag on the train.
  3. We have finished (finish) our dinner.
  4. My friends have gone (go) to the cinema.

IX Write am / is / are going to…

  1. My mum  is going to make (make) some tea.
  2. She is going to ride (ride) her bike in the park.
  3. I am not going to play (not play) computer games.
  4. Are they going to stay (stay) at home? No, they aren’t.

X Translate the TV programmes.

1. a police drama   2. a nature programme 3. a chat show   4. a cartoon    5. a sports programme    6. the news 

  XI Read the text and choose the correct word.

  1. True
  2. True
  3. True
  4. False