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  • EAEko HEOak

    EEOOII DE LA CAV

    INGELES AZTERKETA

    EREDUA

    MODELO DE EXAMEN DE

    INGLS

    OINARRIZKO MAILA (A2)

    NIVEL BSICO (A2)

    1. DOKUMENTUA:

    ATAZAK

    DOCUMENTO 1:

    TAREAS

  • 2

    READING COMPREHENSION (20 marks)

    TASK 1

    PLACES TO GO THIS SUMMER

    A. Calendar Museum

    B. Country Life Museum

    C. Coventry Transport Museum

    D. Drayton Manner 0 (Example)

    E. Science Museum

    F. Stratford Butterfly Farm

    G. National Sea-Life Centre

    H. Warwick Castle

    0. One of the UKs most popular attractions. The park is home to some of the scariest rides youll find like Storm Force 10 and Apocalypse, which has been voted the UKs most frightening ride. D (Example)

    1. The biggest exhibition in Europe. Dont worry about the weather. Come and see these beautiful insects as they would live in their natural environment. Walk around a tropical rainforest and see them fly freely around you. And dont forget to visit the Insect City, where you can view huge spiders and our own scorpion colony!

    2. You wouldnt expect to encounter a hammerhead shark in your visit in Brum city centre. But yes, its true; it is the only aquarium in the UK where you can see this creature together with our Sea Dragons from Australia and baby crocodiles from the Amazon. We guarantee an experience youll never forget.

    3. A day out here will give you the chance to see some of the earliest motor cars as well as more modern vehicles like the DeLorean 'Back to The Future' car. You can also design your own car and experience what breaking the sound barrier at 763 miles an hour feels like.

    4. Considered by many people as Britains greatest Medieval Building. Visit the exhibitions, climb the towers, relax as you walk around the gardens, designed and created in 1753. Experience the preparations for battle in the Kingmaker Exhibition or see a Victorian Royal Weekend.

    5. You will find four floors of practical exhibits and collections that will impress you, showing you things like how machines or how computers work. You can also learn about the space and the planets.

    6. It is one of Britains friendliest open-air museums. Come to this museum and discover a traditional English village by the canal. Look around original old-time shops and houses, see how you feel down a mine and take a ride on an old horse-tram.

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    D

    Match the headlines (A-H) with the paragraphs (1-6). There is ONE headline you do not need to

    use. 0 is the example. (6 marks)

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    TASK 2

    THE GECKOS

    My grandparents live in Florida. (0) _____We_____ (Example) spend most holidays at their

    house. And, while there, _____(1)_____ favourite activity is to sit by the pool. I say sit because I

    _____(2)_____ swim. Instead, I watch my favourite animal run around the patio. That would be the

    gecko.

    Geckos _____(3)_____ in most warm climates in North America. They are small lizards

    _____(4)_____ live in nature and also near people. When I say they are small, I really mean they

    are tiny. The biggest one I _____(5)_____ ever seen was about ten inches long. However, the

    book I read on geckos claims they _____(6)_____ get to be 60 centimetres long. Most, though, are

    just a few inches long.

    More interesting still is their climbing ability. They are some of the _____(7)_____ climbers

    in the world. And they can stick to most surfaces.

    Most people are happy to live with geckos _____(8)_____ they eat mosquitoes. My

    grandparents certainly feel this way. Their patio is covered in geckos, and they do not do anything

    to change that fact.

    WE (Example) BECAUSE BEST BUT CAN GOOD

    HAVE LIVE MY RARELY THAT

    Fill the gaps (1-8) in the following text using the words in the bank below. There are TWO words

    you do not need to use. 0 is the example. (8 marks)

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    TASK 3

    BATS IN THE WILD

    Are you afraid of bats? Well, imagine two million bats flying over your head! Thats what youll see

    if you visit the Old Tunnel just outside Fredericksburg, Texas. Youll find it in a wildlife area some 24

    kilometres south of Fredericksburg. The place covers about 16 acres of beautiful countryside and

    includes a wonderful nature road which is open all the year round. You can spend your days hiking

    and birdwatching, or learning about the plants and history of the zone with a local guide. But the

    real attraction is the bats, so go to the observatory deck just outside the Old Tunnel about an hour

    before the sun sets. Youll see a few circling bats near the entrance, then suddenly the sky will get

    dark when the bats come out of the tunnel. It takes over an hour for the bats to emerge! Its like a

    movie scene; in fact, spectators open their mouths in surprise. According to Park Ranger Ian

    Parsons, That old idea about bats flying into a persons hair is just a myth. Their radar systems are

    so precise, that they can see perfectly well.

    0. Fredericksburg is in 9

    a) Europe.

    b) Texas. (Example)

    c) the wildlife area.

    1. The Old Tunnel is I

    a) in a beautiful town.

    b) in Fredericksburg.

    c) near Fredericksburg.

    Read the text and for questions (1-6) choose the correct option a), b) or c). 0 is the example. (6 marks)

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    2. You can visit the wildlife area I

    a) from January to December.

    b) only at night.

    c) only with a local guide.

    3. At the wildlife area you can I

    a) observe birds.

    b) see a film.

    c) touch a bat.

    4. The main interest of the site is I

    a) the bats.

    b) the observatory deck.

    c) the sunset.

    5. Bats dont fly into peoples hair I

    a) because they are not real bats.

    b) if spectators dont move.

    c) thanks to their radar systems.

    6. The text is about I

    a) a wildlife area.

    b) Fredericksburg.

    c) people who are afraid of bats.

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    LISTENING COMPREHENSION (20 marks)

    TASK 1

    HOTEL ROOMS

    His/Her hotels room has ...

    a. a beautiful view of a park. Speaker 1 c

    b. an excellent view of the city.

    c. a horrible view from the window.

    d. an uncomfortable bed. Speaker 2

    e. a really small bathroom.

    f. a really enormous bathroom.

    g. an uncomfortable bed. Speaker 3

    h. many flowers.

    i. space for a bed and a chair.

    Speaker 4

    Listen to 4 different speakers talking about their hotels rooms. Match speakers 2, 3 and 4 to TWO of the things they mention (a-i). There are TWO sentences you do not need to use. Speaker 1-c is the example (6 marks)

    Listening 1-Hotel rooms

    http://www.hezkuntza.ejgv.euskadi.eus/r43-heo/es/contenidos/informacion/dic6_modelos_de_examen/es_def/adjuntos/ingles/A2/A2_Task_1_Hotel_rooms.mp3

  • TASK 2

    SCHOOL MEALS

    0. Martha is nine years old. TRUE (Example)

    1. Martha has a meal at school at midday.

    2. People have different memories of their school meals.

    3. Martha started to write a blog about her home meals.

    4. Marthas opinion of her school dinner was negative.

    5. Children in other countries also read Marthas blog.

    6. The bureaucrats decided to close Marthas blog.

    7. The bureaucrats told Martha the bad news.

    0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

    TRUE

    Listen to the following talk on school meals. Mark sentences (1-7) TRUE or FALSE. 0 is the example.(7 marks)

    Listening 2-School meals

    http://www.hezkuntza.ejgv.euskadi.eus/r43-heo/es/contenidos/informacion/dic6_modelos_de_examen/es_def/adjuntos/ingles/A2/A2_Task_2_School_meals.mp3

  • TASK 3

    BENEFITS OF A GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP

    Many students dont (0) __sleep__ before an exam. (Example).

    Studies show that sleeping helps us ______ (1) ______ things better.

    It also helps us recover ______ (2) ______ memories.

    In Chicago people heard words produced by a ______ (3) ______.

    People who slept understood the recording ______ (4) _____.

    At Harvard students had to learn some ______ (5) _______ movements.

    Students who slept got better ______ (6) ______.

    These studies show that memories are recorded in three ______ (7) ______.

    0 sleep

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    Listen to the results of a study about sleeping. Complete gaps (1-7) with ONE word or number. 0 is the example. (7 marks)

    Listening 3-Benefits of a good nights sleep

    http://www.hezkuntza.ejgv.euskadi.eus/r43-heo/es/contenidos/informacion/dic6_modelos_de_examen/es_def/adjuntos/ingles/A2/A2_Task_3_Benefits_of_a_good_ni