8th grade: The Correction of the First Written Test

     Group A

IF-team

I The First and Second Conditional:

  1. If the weather is good, we often have lunch outside.
  2. I would answer the question if I knew.
  3. I would help if I could.
  4. They will buy a house if they save enough money.
  5. If you finish before 5 o’clock, I’ll come and pick you up.
  6. What would you do if he asked you to marry him?
  7. You will meet Jim if you come to the party.
  8. Where will you wait if I am late?      8 p

 II  Join the sentences. Use so (much) …that.

  1. My brother worked so hard that he passed the test.
  2. She is so short that she cannot touch the ceiling.
  3. The necklace was so expensive that I couldn’t buy it.
  4. There is so much fog that we can’t see anything.
  5. There would be so much ash in the atmosphere that it would block the sun. 5 p

III Write the warnings for each sign.

  1. Warning. Strong currents. No swimming.
  2. Radioactive hazard. Do not enter. Authorized personnel only.
  3. Fire risk. No camp fire. Dispose of cigarettes and matches safely.
  4. Do not lean out of the window.
  5. Danger! High voltage electricity.

IV  Write sentences using the following words: 1.manipulate 2. operate 3. risky                3 p

For example:

  1. He is manipulating you.
  2. They operated on him last night.
  3. This is very risky.

V Answer the questions:   (Students’ own answers)

  1. At what time of the day do you usually have a big meal?
  2. When do you feel relaxed? Why?
  3. When do you feel most alert? 6 p

 VI Answer the questions. (Students’ own answers)

  1. What would you do if you were rich?
  2. What would you do if you were the principal of your school?
  3. If you saw large teenager boys bullying another teenager, would you step in? 6 p

 VII Put the verbs in brackets into the Future Simple or am/ is/ are going to.

  1. After he graduates, he is going to become a lawyer.
  2. A: It’s hot in here. B: I ‘ll turn on the air-conditioning.
  3. He thinks they‘ll arrive on time.
  4. Look at that boy! He is going to jump into the pool.
  5. She’s decided. She is going to visit London next month.                            5 p

 

VIII  Read the text and answer the questions.

We all know how important the rainforests are for the survival of our planet. These vast areas are needed to clean the atmosphere by producing oxygen and removing carbon dioxide. However, they are also important for another major reason. They are home to an enormous number of different species, but not all, and scientists believe that some plants from the rainforests may help us in the future to cure diseases.

However, great areas of rainforest are cut down every day to provide land for cattle and crops. It is very unusual to find rainforest that has not been touched by man, but in Guyana, a small country between Venezuela and Brazil, the rainforest is still unexplored. A group of scientists, wildlife experts and cameramen spent a month in the jungle there looking for rare plants and animals. We can see their experiences in a series of documentaries on BBC television. They found some amazing species. They saw the world’s biggest snake, the biggest spider, the biggest eagle and the biggest otter! They even managed to film the very rare jaguar. They climbed to the tops of really tall trees to film howler monkeys and went into dark caves to finds bats and crickets. A small team also climbed down the side of one of the world’s highest waterfalls to look at the animals and plants living beside it. They found an incredible number of unusual frogs. The scientists organized the expedition to try to persuade the world to protect the rainforests. Let’s hope they succeed.

  1. Give two reasons why the rainforests are important.  a) They are needed to clean the atmosphere by producing oxygen and removing carbon dioxide.  b) They are home to an enormous number of different species.
  2. What is special about rainforest in Guyana? This rainforest is still unexplored.
  3. Why were the cameramen in the group that went to Guyana?   They went there to film a series of documentaries for BBC television.   8 p

 

                                                                                                                 Total : 51p

 

    Group B

I The First and Second Conditional:

  1. If they invite me to the wedding, I will go.
  2. We would get to the shops if we hurried.
  3. We will go to the beach if the weather is nice.
  4. They would buy a yacht if they had a lot of money.
  5. If the club closed where would you go?
  6. Where would you live if you could choose.
  7. She would drive to work if she had a car.
  8. If it rains tomorrow, we’ll cancel the barbecue.                                    8 p

 

II  Join the sentences. Use so (much) …that.

  1. The box is so heavy that I cannot lift it.
  2. He is so ill that the doctors don’t expect him to survive.
  3. They ate so much honey that they felt sick.
  4. There is so much sugar that we don’t need to buy any.
  5. He is so shy that he won’t talk to anyone.                                                5 p

 

III Write the warnings for each sign.

  1. Caution. Floor is slippery when wet.
  2. Not drinking water.
  3. Poison. For external use only. If swallowed, seek medical attention immediately.
  4. Emergency exit. Keep clear.
  5. Beware of the dog.

IV  Write sentences using the following words: 1.infection 2. destroy 3. easy                3 p

For example:

  1. He has a very serious infection.
  2. The flood has destroyed the whole town.
  3. This test is easy.

 V Answer the questions: (Students’ own answers)

  1. When do you have a snack?
  2. When do you usually feel worried? Why?
  3. What time of the day is your stress level the highest? Why?                                  6 p

VI Answer the questions. (Students’ own answers)

  1. If you were in a supermarket and saw a person steal a few expensive chocolates, would you tell someone?
  2. What would you like to do in the future?
  3. What would you do if you won a lottery?                                                             6 p

 

VII Put the verbs in brackets into the Future Simple or am/ is/ are going to.

  1. I think she will be a good mother.
  2. A: I don’t know her email address. B: Don’t worry. I‘ll send it to you.
  3. I’m afraid they‘ll be late for class.
  4. Look at him! He is going to trip over the boxes.
  5. A: I can’t hear you. B: I‘ll turn the TV down. 5 p

 

VIII  Read the text and answer the questions.

We all know how important the rainforests are for the survival of our planet. These vast areas are needed to clean the atmosphere by producing oxygen and removing carbon dioxide. However, they are also important for another major reason. They are home to an enormous number of different species, but not all, and scientists believe that some plants from the rainforests may help us in the future to cure diseases.

However, great areas of rainforest are cut down every day to provide land for cattle and crops. It is very unusual to find rainforest that has not been touched by man, but in Guyana, a small country between Venezuela and Brazil, the rainforest is still unexplored. A group of scientists, wildlife experts and cameramen spent a month in the jungle there looking for rare plants and animals. We can see their experiences in a series of documentaries on BBC television. They found some amazing species. They saw the world’s biggest snake, the biggest spider, the biggest eagle and the biggest otter! They even managed to film the very rare jaguar. They climbed to the tops of really tall trees to film howler monkeys and went into dark caves to finds bats and crickets. A small team also climbed down the side of one of the world’s highest waterfalls to look at the animals and plants living beside it. They found an incredible number of unusual frogs. The scientists organized the expedition to try to persuade the world to protect the rainforests. Let’s hope they succeed.

  1. Name three places the group went to in the jungle to look for species. a) the tops of really tall trees  b) dark caves c) the side of one of the world’s highest waterfalls
  2. What reason did they have to go into the rainforest in Guyana? Wildlife experts and cameramen spent a month in the jungle there looking for rare plants and animals.
  3. Why is it unusual to find rainforest untouched by man? It is very unusual to find rainforest that has not been touched by man because great areas of rainforest are cut down every day to provide land for cattle and crops.  8 p

 

                                                                                                                 Total : 51p

 

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