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TEST 1


For students who want to enter Grade 10 

A. Listening section (making up 10-20% of the total score of the test)
B. Writing section

I-Multiple choice
1. A person who installs water pipes is a ……………………
A.butler B.plumber C.spectator D.patient
2. When someone has a cold, he may probably ……………………
A.yawn B.vomit C.cough D.snore
3. I can’t stop. I’m my …………………… way to a very important meeting.
A.on B.out of C.in D.towards 
4. She was …………………. that we could go and see her in hospital.
A. anxious B. mad C. concerned D. delighted
5. " We shall have to call a special committee meeting about this ". "Oh I ……… agree. "
A. honestly B. largely C. entirely D. well
6. "Lend me 20 dollars, please. I m ……………… at the moment ".
A. broke B. down the drain C. stuck D. poor
7. Her grades have improved, but only ………………… .
A. in a small amount B. minimum C. some D.very slightly
8. He’11 meet the British Prime Minister and they’11 talk about European…… problems.
A. economic B. economy C. economical D. economization
9. He removed the cotton-wool from my mouth. He …………………… .
A. took it off B. took it in C. took it out D. took it up
10 A gust of wind swept many things off the roof. The wind blew very ……… .
A . hard B. fast C. quickly D. soon
11. After the water workers went on strike, there was a …………… of water.
A. drain B. shortage C. loss D. decrease
12. As the streets of our city become busier, people are turning more and more to the…………………… b icycle.
A. histoncal B. old-fashioned C. old-aged D. elderly
13. …………… it was raining heavily, we went out without a raincoat.
A. In spite B. In spite of C. However D. Although
1 4. As far as I’m ……………… it’s quite all right for you to leave early.
A. concerned B. regarded C. consulted D. bothered .
15. I expect it will rain again when we are on holiday this year, but at least we are properly prepared ………………. It this time.
A. about B. at C. with D.for
16. If only he …………… told us the truth in the first place, things wouldn’t have gone so wrong.
A. had B. has C. would have D. should have
17. I blow him by ……………. , but I have no idea what his name is.
A. himself B. myself C. heart D. chance
18. No child ……………… the age of sixteen will be admitted to this film.
A. before B. except C. lacking D. below.
19.Mr Smith was ……………… in a road accident.
A. wrong B. wounded C. injured D. damaged
20. Is it worth waiting for a table in this restaurant or shall we go ……………… else?.
A. anywhere B. otherwise C somewhere D. everywhere

Finish-born botanist William Nylander taught at the university of Helsinki for a number of years and later moved to Paris, where he lived until his dealth at the end of the nineteenth century. During the second half of the last century, he became a prominent figure in the field of lichenology.
Botanists from all over the world sent samples to his laboratory to be analyzed and classified. It can be said without exaggeration that four out of five lichens bear his name.
He was the first to realise the important of using chemical reagents in the taxonomy of lichens. He selected the most common reagents used by the chemists of his time. Lichenologists all over the world still used these reagents, including tincture of iodine and hypochlorite, in their laboratories during the first half of the twentieth century, a Japanese named Arahina added only one chemical product – P - Phenol diamines.
Nylander was also responsible for discovering that the atmosphere of big cities hindered the lichens' development and caused them to disappear. Now they are used to detect atmospheric pollution.
Nevertheless, he considered lichens to be simple plants and vehemently opposed the widely accepted modern theories that lichens are a compound species formed by two discordant elements; algae and fungi.

21. Internationally renowned scientists sent lichen samples to Nylander because
(A) he considered them to be simple plants
(B) he used reagents to determine their use
(C) he analyzed and classified them
(D) he collected and preserved them .
22. Which of the following is not true?
(A) Nylander accepted his colleagues' theories on the composition of lichens.
(B) Eighty percent of lichens bear Nylander's name.
(C) Today lichens are used to detect atmospheric pollution.
(D) Most botanists consider lichens to be a compound species.
23.All of the following are true about Nylander except
(A) he was the first to use chemical reagents in the taxonomy of lichens
(B) he believed that lichens were simple plants
(C) he was an esteemed lichenologist
(D) he taught botany at university of Paris
24. According to accepted nineteenth-century theories. Which elements form the composition of lichens?
(A) iodine and chemical reagents (B) algae and fungi
(C) hypochlorite and iodine (D) chemical reagents and atmospheric chemicals
25. How could William Nylander best be described?
(A) degenerate (B) domineering
(C) ingenious (D) anxious


II-word form
1-Her ………………………… was so great that she broke a glass. ANXIOUS
2-The audience burst into …………………… at the end of the play. APPLAUD
3-He felt very …………………… when he saw he had failed the exam. COURAGE
4-The work is still at a very …………………………… level. EXPERIMENT
5-It’s the most ……………………… film I’ve ever seen. FRIGHT
6-It’s very …………………… to live in a damp room. HEALTH
7-They have a big ……………………… shop in London. JEWEL
8-How much does …………………… of this club cost? MEMBER
9-He promised to come but he’s very …………………………… . RELY
10-How much do you …………………………? WEIGHT



III-Gap-fill
Geoffrey Hampden has a large circle of (1) ……………… and is very popular at parties. Everybody admired him (2) ………………… his fine sense (3) ………………… humour. Everybody, that is, except his six-year-old daughter, Jenny. Recently, (4) ………………… of Geoffrey’s closest friends (5) ………………… him to make a speech at a wedding reception. This is the sort (6) …………………… thing that Geoffrey loves. He prepared the (7) ………………… carefully and went to the wedding with Jenny. He (8) ………………… included a large number of funny stories in the speech and, of course, it was a great success. As (9) ………………… as he had fin ished, Jenny told him she (10) ………………… to go home. Geoffrey was a little disappointed (11) ………………… this but he did (12) ……………… his daughter asked. On the way home, he asked Jenny if she (13) ………………… enjoyed the speech. To his (14) ……………………, she said she hadn’t. Geoffrey asked her why this was so and she told him that she did not to see so many people (15) ………………… at him .

IV-Giving brief answers
Electricity is the most common form of energy today. In the modern world, electricity is instantly available at the touch of a switch. Electricity has numerous uses. The most common use of electricity is to provide artificial lighting. In factories, electricity is used to light up the work place. It is also used to operate air-conditioners, computers and many other machines. Electricity is also used to power the many appliances that we have in our homes. Such appliances include television sets, computers, electric fans, irons and many others. The list is simply endless. Modern man will most probably lost without electricity.
The large power stations in the world are hydro-electric stations. To generate hydro-electricity, a difference in water levels is necessary in order for the water to flow. A power station is located at the lower level of the water flow. Water flows at high speed through water turbines and spins them around. The water turbines are connected to generators which produce electricity when they rotate. The water will eventually flow into special built dams. When a hydro-electric plant is operating, the water level in the reservoir or high-level lake falls. The level of the water is either restored by natural means, such as rainfall, or by special pumps which pump water back from the dams. 


1-Which is the most common use of electricity?
………………………………..
2-How can hydro-electric stations generate electricity?
………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………
3-How can the level of water be restored?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
4-What appliances is electricity used to power in our homes?
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
5-What would happen if we did not have electricity?

…………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………
V-Sentence building
1 . difficult / get / touch / manager / company.
…………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………
2.When / come / victims / accident / bring / hospital.

………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………
3. Last weekend / went / excursion / to
…………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………
4. Yuri Gagarin / first man / travel / space
…………………………………………………………………………………
5. morning / alarm clock / not ring
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
6. As soon as / down / bus / rushed / work
………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………
7. play / guitar / well / can’t you?
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
8. She / leave / wait / rain / minutes / night.
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
9. I / think over / offer / my answer / soon / possible.
…………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………
10. When / boy / twenty /father / die / dangerous disease.

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………


VI-Sentence transformation
1. I can’t swim as well as myfriend does.
My friend ……………………………………… ……
2. He didn’t hurry, so he missed the flight.
If ………………………………………………………………………………………
3. Unless you water these plants every day, they will die.
If ……………………………………………………………………………… ………………………
4. He will die if nobody brings him to hospital.
- Unless ……………………………………………………………………………… …………
5. They are building a new school in that village
A new school …………………………………………………………………………………………

v-Essay writing
In about 100-150 words, write about your most recent embarrassing experience.