7th grade: The correction of the second written test

The Correction of the Second Written Test

                               Group A

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I Turn the sentences into passive.

  1. Someone stole my car.     My car was stolen.
  2. They have closed the old post office in the city center. The old post office in the city center has been closed.
  3. The police officers will check your passports. Your passports will be checked by the police officers.
  4. They produce coffee in Brazil. Coffee is produced in Brazil.
  5. Mark checks the room temperature every morning. The room temperature is checked by Mark every morning.

II  Report the commands (using told / ordered +  (not) to infinitive), requests(using asked / begged +  (not) to infinitive) and advice (using advised +  (not) to infinitive).  

  1. “If I were you, I would consult a doctor,” Barbara said to me. Barbara advised me to consult a doctor.
  2. “Drop the gun,” the policemen said to the robber.  The police officer ordered the robber to drop the gun.
  3. “Please, phone me after work,” Mr. Doyle said to Mary.   Mr. Doyle asked Mary to phone him after work.
  4. “Don’t watch that film,” my friend said to me.  My friend told me not to watch that film.
  5. “You shouldn’t drink a lot of coffee,” Tim said to his father.   Tim advised his father not to drink a lot of coffee.  

 

III Write a dialogue expressing worries.

A: I have a Maths test tomorrow.    

      B:   How do you feel?

      A: My legs feel like jelly. What if I fail the test?

      B: Don’t worry. You won’t fail the test. Just stay cool.

       A: I hope you are right.

                                                               

 

IV Translate the useful expressions.

  1. Umirem od gladi.  I’m starving.
  2. Biće sve u redu.   It’ll be all right.
  3. Počni od početka.  Start at the beginning.
  4. Lako je tebi reći. That’s easy for you to say.
  5. Ne brini. Don’t worry.

V Read the text carefully and answer the questions.

 

      When you travel on the motorway to Toulouse in the south of France, you pass by a large medieval city sitting among the vineyards and the sunflower fields. It is the old walled city of Carcassonne. It is one of the top tourist attractions in France. You might know it from films. It was Nottingham, the home of the Sheriff in the film Robin Hood , Prince of Thieves. But it has another connection with the film industry.The city has got a castle, a cathedral, and lots of restaurants and tourist shops selling souvenirs for adults and toy helmets, swords, and shields for children. There is an open-air theatre in the garden of the cathedral, where the annual festivals of plays and concerts of classical and popular music takes place.Part of the city is a modern 21st century city, but parts of it looks almost as it did in the 12th century. And especially so in July and August when tourists can enjoy the Medieval Tournament. Knights on horseback with their shields and lances ride towards each other to fight. And once they have been knocked off their horses, the fighting continues with swords, until there is one last knight left standing. He wins the contest.The fighting and riding skills of the knights might remind you of some action films you have seen. This is not surprising. When these knights are not fighting in Carcassonne, they work as stunt actors in French cinema and TV.     

 

 

 

1.     Where is Carcassonne?

It’s near Toulouse, France.

2.     Which town was it in Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves?

It was Nottingham.

3.     When is the Medieval Tournament?

It is in July and August.

4.     Who wins the tournament?

The last knight standing wins the tournament.

5.     What do knights do when they are not in Carcassonne?

They work as stunt actors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Correction of the Second Written test

                                Group B

 

I Turn the sentences into passive.

  1. They will cancel the meeting. The meeting will be cancelled.
  2. Someone has eaten a hamburger. A hamburger has been eaten.
  3. Tina writes letters every day. Letters are written by Tina every day.
  4. The children broke the window. The window was broken by the children.
  5. They grow tea in India. Tea is grown in India.

II  Report the commands (using told / ordered +  (not) to infinitive), requests(using asked / begged +  (not) to infinitive) and advice (using advised +  (not) to infinitive).  

  1. “If I were in your shoes, I would give up smoking,” Mia said to Tina.  Mia advised Tina to give up smoking.
  2. “Don’t sit on my chair,” Rebecca said to Chris.  Rebecca told Chris not to sit on her chair.
  3. “Pass me the salt, please” George said to Ana.  George asked Ana to pass him the salt.
  4. “Why don’t you go to an optician?” my mum said to me. My mum advised me to go to an optician.
  5. “Oh, please, don’t leave me alone in the house,” the little boy said to his parents. The little boy begged his parents not to leave him alone in that house.

 

III Write a dialogue expressing worries.

A: I’m going on a date with Ben.      

B: How do you feel?

A: I’ve got butterflies in my stomach. What if I say or do something stupid?

B: Don’t worry. You won’t say anything stupid. Just relax.

A: I hope you are right. Thanks.

 

 

IV Translate the useful expressions.

  1. Ona upravo razgovara telefonom. She’s just on the phone.
  2. Šta da uradim?  What shall I do?
  3. Samo ostani kul. Just stay cool.
  4. Ona neće dugo.  She won’t be long.
  5. Kako se osećaš?  How do you feel?      

V Read the text carefully and answer the questions.

 

       Everybody needs friends, but researchers show that teenagers need friends more than older people. And friends are more important to girls than boys.This is not surprising. Girls and women are generally more interested in social relationships than boys and men. The ages from 12 to 18 are the years when we are trying to find out who we are.Perhaps we think the most important thing about our friends is that we have fun with them, but there is more serious side to friendship. Teenagers learn most of their social skills from friends. Through friends you learn how to agree and disagree, and how to work together to organize and do things. Even more important, perhaps, is the role friends have when problems arise. A real friend will help you solve your problems and will advise you when you feel sad or upset. This experience is essential to the development of personality. Young people who don’t have friends not only have less happy teenage years, but are very likely to have emotional and psychological problems in later life.Friendship is important, but it can also be dangerous. Most young people don’t like to be different so they often start doing things they shouldn’t do because their friends have put pressure on them. For example, they might start drinking alcohol, smoking or taking drugs. Teenagers need friends, but they also need to be careful in choosing them.     

 

 

 

1.     Which sort of people are more interested in having friends?

Teenage girls are more interested in having friends than  boys or men.

2.     What are three good things about having friends?

You can learn to agree or disagree; you can learn how to work together; and friends can help you with your problems.

3.     What do friends do when you have problems?

They advise you.

4.     What can happen to people who didn’t have friends when they were young?

They have emotional and psychological problems.

5.     How can friends cause problems for teenagers?

 They can put pressure on them to drink alcohol, take drugs or smoke.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6th grade: The Correction of the Second Written Test

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 Group A

 

I Make arrangements using the cues.

A: Shall we go shopping tomorrow afternoon?

B: No, sorry, I can’t. I’m having a piano lesson.

A: What about Saturday morning?

B: Sure. Let’s meet at the shopping mall at 10 o’clock.

II Look at the map. You are where the cross is. Ask and give directions how to get to the museum.

A: Excuse me. How can I get to the nearest museum, please? (Is there a museum near here?)

B: Go straight on and take the first turning on the left. Go down Queen Avenue and take the first turning on the right. Go past the hotel and the chemist. The museum is on your left, next to the music shop and opposite the theater.

A: Thanks a lot.

III What is the problem with the people in the picture.

  1. He’s got a cold.
  2. He’s got stomachache.
  3. He’s got a toothache.
  4. She’s got a sore throat.
  5. She’s hungry.

 IV Write dialogues giving advice with should or shouldn’t.

  1. A: What’s up?

B: I’m sleepy.

A: You should go to bed early. (You shouldn’t stay up late at night.)

 

  1. A: What’s the matter?

B:  I’m very cold.

A: You should put on a jumper.

 

  1. A: What’s wrong?

B: I can’t see well.

A: You should go to an optician.      

 

V Write 2 things that:

  1. You mustn’t do at the shops

You mustn’t run in the shops.

You mustn’t steal things.

  1. You don’t have to do at home

I don’t have to wash up.

I don’t have to vacuum the floor.                                                                                                                                                                   

VI What does each sign mean? Write sentences using must or mustn’t.

 

  1. You mustn’t touch.
  2. You must wear a helmet.
  3. You mustn’t turn left.
  4. You must wear a seat belt.
  5. You mustn’t park here.

 

VII Write sentences using the Present Perfect Tense.

  1. They have eaten some vegetables.
  2. I haven’t written my homework yet.
  3. Mr Cameron has drunk some wine.
  4. My mom hasn’t cooked lunch yet.
  5. Have you been in Russia?
  6. It hasn’t snowed a lot.

 

 

 

 

            Group B

 

I Make arrangements using the cues.

A: Shall we go to the cinema on Friday evening?

B: No, sorry, I can’t. I’m having dinner with Peter.

A: What about Saturday evening?

B: I’d love to. Let’s meet at the cinema at  7 p.m.

II Look at the map. You are where the cross is. Ask and give directions how to get to the aquarium.

 A: Excuse me. Is there an aquarium near here? (How can I get to the nearest aquarium, please?)

B: Yes. Go along here and take the first turning on the left. Go down Queen Avenue and take the first turning on the left into Lane Street. Go past the Italian restaurant and the aquarium is on your right next to the vet and opposite the shopping center.

A: Thank you very much.

III What’s the problem with the people in the pictures?

  1. His back hurts.
  2. She’s got an earache.
  3. His knee hurts.
  4. He feels sick. (He doesn’t feel well.)
  5. She’s got a headache.

IV Write dialogues giving advice with should or shouldn’t.

  1. A: What’s wrong?

B: I’m tired.

A: You should sleep more.

  1. A: What’s the matter?

B:  I’m always late for school.

A: You should get up earlier.

  1. A: What’s up?

B: I thirsty.

A: You should have a glass of water.

 

 

V Write 2 things that:

  1. You must do at home

I must listen to my parents.

I must clean my room.

  1. You don’t have to do at school

We don’t have to clean the classrooms.

We don’t have to wear uniforms.

 

                                                                                                                               

VI What does each sign mean? Write sentences using must or mustn’t.

 

  1. You must be quiet.
  2. You must show your passport.
  3. You mustn’t take photos.
  4. You mustn’t play football.
  5. You mustn’t bring a gun.

 

VII Write sentences using the Present Perfect Tense.

 

  1. She has spoken to the teacher.
  2. Has he met her parents?
  3. He hasn’t seen the film.
  4. Mia has phoned her brother.
  5. The class hasn’t started yet.
  6. My friend has made me a sandwich.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Priprema za drugi pismeni zadatak – 6. razred

I  Make arrangements using the cues. (SB p. 51)

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  1. Go to the cinema / Friday evening?

No, have dinner with George

Saturday evening?

Yes

 

A: Shall we go to the cinema on Friday evening?

B: No, sorry, I can’t. I’m having dinner with George.

A: What about Saturday evening?

B: Saturday evening is OK. Let’s meet in front of the cinema.

A: Great. See you there at 8.15.

 

  1. Play football / at the weekend?

No, go away for the weekend with my family.

Monday afternoon?

Yes

 

  1. Go for a picnic / Sunday?

No, study for an exam

Next weekend?

Yes

 

 

II Ask for and give directions.  (SB p. 47 and WB pp. 36 & 37).

Look at the map. You are where the orange cross is. 

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A: Excuse me. Is there a hotel near here?

  B: Yes. Go along here and take the first turning at the left. Go down the Queen Avenue and take the first turning at the left. That’s Lane Street. Go past the Town Hall and the phone box. The hotel is on your right next to the chemist’s and opposite the theatre.

A: Thank you very much.

 

Ask and give directions how to get to:

  1. the chemist
  2. Art Gallery
  3. School
  4. Aquarium
  5. Supermarket

 

III What’s the problem with the people in the picture.  (SB p. 68; WB p 54)

Ailments

  1. He’s got a cold.

IV Write dialogues giving advice using should or shouldn’t for each situation. (SB p. 69;  WB p.  55)

A: What’s the matter / wrong / up?

B: I’m tired.

A: You should go to bed early tonight.

V What does each sign say? Write sentences using must or mustn’t. (SB p 71)

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VI Write down two things that: (WB pp. 56 & 57)

  1. You must do at home
  2. You mustn’t do at school
  3. You don’t have to do at home

VI Write sentences in the present perfect tense. (SB pp 57 & 59)

  1. We ________ (eat) some fruit.
  2. She ________ (speak) to the teacher.
  3. _____ he ______ (meet) her parents? No, he _______.
  4. I _______ (meet) some very interesting people.
  5. My mum _________ (not cook) lunch yet.
  6. ______ you _______ (do) your homework yet? Yes, I _______.
  7. He _________ (not see) the film.
  8. The children _________ (break) the window.
  9. ______ your parents _______ (visit) Tower Bridge? Yes, they _______.
  10. They ________ (stop) talking.
  11. Sonia _______ (play) tennis.
  12. I _______ (not write) my homework yet.
  13. ______ it _______ (rain)? No, it ________.
  14. Catherine ________ (phone) her cousin.
  15. The postman ________ (not come) yet.
  16. _____ you ______ (read) this article? No, I _______.
  17. She _________ (not study) French.
  18. George _________ (not be) to Italy.
  19. Mr Cameron _________ (drink) some wine.
  20. The class _________ (start).

 

Priprema za drugi pismeni zadatak – 7. razred

I Turn the active sentences into passive. (If you want to  revise how we make passive sentences, check: https://ivanateachingenglish.wordpress.com/2012/04/21/the-passive-voice/)

  1. They feed the animals at 8 o’clock.
  2. Mia writes emails every day.
  3. They don’t open the shop at the weekend.
  4. Someone stole my car.
  5. The children didn’t make their beds this morning.
  6. They sent the letter yesterday.
  7. Shakespeare wrote ‘’Hamlet’’ around 1600._
  8. Someone has eaten a hamburger.
  9. They haven’t caught the thieves.
  10. Someone has found the two lost children in the park.
  11. They have closed the old post office in the city centre.
  12. They will cancel the meeting.
  13. The customs officers will check your luggage.
  14. The Prime Minister will open the new road next month.
  15. Jack Newman will interview your boss tomorrow.

II Report the commands (using told / ordered +  (not) to infinitive), requests (using asked / begged +  (not) to infinitive) and advice (using advised +  (not) to infinitive).  (If you want to revise how we report command and request check: https://ivanateachingenglish.wordpress.com/2012/03/15/reporting-requests-and-commands/.  If you want to revise reporting advice, take a look at https://ivanateachingenglish.wordpress.com/2012/03/20/reporting-advice/)

  1. “Leave the room at once,” my mum said to me.
  2. “Take the children to the zoo, please,” Mrs. Foster asked her husband.
  3. “Don’t wait for me after school,” Neil said to James.
  4. “If I were you, I’d consult a doctor,” Barbara said to me.
  5. “You shouldn’t play computer games all day long,” my father said to me.
  6. “Don’t drink and drive,” the police officer said to Ben.
  7. “Pass me the salt, please,” George said to Ana.
  8. “It might be a good idea to take some warm clothes,” Grandma said to Jill.
  9. “Wash your hands before your meal,” Mum said to the children.
  10. “You should brush your teeth at least twice a day,” the dentist said to Peter.
  11. “Drop the gun,” the policemen said to the robber.
  12. “Please, phone me after work,” Mr. Doyle said to Mary.
  13. “If I were in your shoes, I would give up smoking,” Mia said to Tina.
  14. “Do your Maths homework,” Dad said to Linda.
  15. “Don’t sit on my chair,” Rebecca said to Chris.

III Expressing worries. Write dialogues using the given phrases. 54576326   What if I forget the lines? What if I fail the exam? What if I say something stupid? What if I don’t like children there?

  • A: I have an exam tomorrow.

B: How do you feel? A: I’ve got___________. _____________________? B: Don’t _____________. You __________________. A: I hope____________________.

  • A: I’m starting new school next week.

B: _______________ feel? A: My hands _____________. ____________________? B: Don’t worry. It’ll ________________. A: It’s easy ____________.

  • A: I’m having a job interview this afternoon.

B: ______________________? A: My legs ______________. _______________________? B: _________ worry. ______________________ anything stupid. A: I _________________ right.

  • A: I’m acting in a school play tomorrow.

B: _________________________? A: I’m really __________. ________________________? B: Just stay cool. _______________________. A: I hope_______________________. IV Complete the useful expressions from your book at page 63 and translate them into Serbian.

  1. I’m s____________.
  2. How do y____ f______?
  3. ________ worry.
  4. It’ll b______ all r__________.
  5. J________ stay c________.
  6. That’s e______ for y______ to s______.
  7. She w_______ be l______.
  8. She’s j______ on the p________.
  9. What s_______ I d_____?
  10. Start f_____ the b_________.