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Parte 1
D n d e se p u e d e n e n c o n t r a r estos avisos?
En las p r e g u n t a s 68 - 72, m a r q u e A , B o C e n su h o j a d e respuestas
Ejemplo:

PLEASE D O NOT
FEED THE ANIMALS

A. n a station
B. in a cafe
C. in a zoo

Respuesta:

68.

K N O C K BEFORE
Y O U ENTER

A. in a horror house.
B. in a computen
C. on a door.

69.

POLICE U N E
DO NOT CROSS

A. at a plice station.
B. at an accident.
C. at a plice academy.

70.

WARNING
WET FLOOR

71.

SHOWING ON
NEXT SUMMER

A. in a circus.
B. in a cinema screen.
C. on a botanic garden.

72.

BABY O N
BOARD

A. in a train station.
B. in a pediatrics room.
C. in a car window.

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A. at a beach.
B. on a roof.
C. in a corridor.

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Parte 2

Lea las descripciones d e la c o l u m n a i z q u i e r d a ( 7 3 - 7 7 ) y las p a l a b r a s d e la c o l u m n a d e la


d e r e c h a (A - H ) . C u l p a l a b r a (A - H) c o n c u e r d a c o n la d e s c r i p c i n d e c a d a frase d e la
izquierda (73-77)?

En las p r e g u n t a s 73-77, m a r q u e la letra correcta A - H e n su h o j a d e respuestas


E j e m p l o : a n r e a of w a t e r b u i l t f o r p e o p l e to s w i m i n . . . ( E )

73. glasses that you wear to keep your eyes safe


74. a hard hat that you wear to stop your head being hurt
75. a special shoe with wheels
76. an open space where games are played
77. things that are used for a particular activity

A. equipment
B. net
C. helmet
D. paddle
E. swimming pool
F. field
G . goggles
H. skate

Parte 3
C o m p l e t e l a s cinco c o n v e r s a c i o n e s
En l a s p r e g u n t a s 7 8 - 8 2 , m a r q u e A , B, C o D e n s u h o j a d e r e s p u e s t a s

78. Did Dave and his girlfriend break up?

A. I agree.
B. It's great.
C. Yes, they do.
D. No. They d i d n ' t .

79. Why s Alice upset?

A.
B.
C.
D.

She missed her plae.


She is studying.
No, she isn t.
Yes, she is.

80. Have you heard about Henry?

A.
B.
C.
D.

yes, I d i d .
What happened?
yes, he heard.
No, I am not.

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81. How much is this shirt?

A. A lot
B. Yes, I could
C. $20
D. Small

82. Who knows how a heart works?

A.
B.
C.
D.

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No, ! haven t
Because I like it
I do
Yes, it does

Lea el siguiente texto. Escoja la p a l a b r a a d e c u a d a (A, B o C) p a r a c a d a espacio


En las p r e g u n t a s 83 - 9 0 , m a r q u e A , B o C e n su h o j a d e respuestas

F I C T I O N A L H E R O E S N E V E R DIE

Real hroes are only h u m a n . They live a n d 83 like the rest of 84. But fictional
hroes are different. They 85_ life m a n y years a g o a n d they w i l l live o n , in fiction
in the f u t u r e . Here are some favourite t w e n t i e t h - c e n t u r y fictional hroes.
The spy 0 0 7 has been 86 f o r t h e British Secret Service 37 1 9 5 3 w h e n l a n
Fleming f i r s t w r o t e a b o u t h i m in Casino Royale. Fleming is n o w d e a d , but the spy
still lives o n . The first f i l m was Dr N o in 1962 a n d since t h e n 88 a p p e a r e d in over
twenty films.
Batman first saved G o t h a m City f r o m evil w i t h the help of Robin, in a comic b o o k
in 1 9 3 9 a n d has been f i g h t i n g crime for over seventy years.The t e a m 89 m a d e
three TV series, as well as films a n d novis. The most p o p u l a r TV series was in
the 1 9 6 0 s , a n d o u r hero has recently a p p e a r e d 90 films.
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83.

A. dead

B. die

C. d e a t h

84.

A. we

B. t h e m

C.

85.

A. began

B. begin

c. begun

86.

A. work

B. w o r k e d

c. working

87.

A. from

B. since

c . by

88.

A. he's

B. h e ' I I

c. h e d

89.

A . have

B. has

c . had

90.

A . by

B. o n

c . in

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Parte 5
Lea el a r t c u l o y l u e g o r e s p o n d a las p r e g u n t a s
En las p r e g u n t a s 91 - 9 7 , m a r q u e A, B o C e n su h o j a d e respuestas

C H O C O L A T E - LIKE F A L L I N G IN LOVE
C h o c o l a t e first carne f r o m C e n t r a l A m e r i c a . The w o r l d c h o c o l a t e c o m e s f r o m t h e
Aztec l a n g u a g e a n d is t h e o n l y Aztec w o r d w e use r e g u l a r l y in English. The Aztecs
m a d e a greasy, bitter d r i n k c a l l e d X o c o a t l , f r o m cocoa beans m i x e d w i t h cold
water, spices a n d c o r n m e a l . The Aztecs used t h e cocoa b e a n as a f o r m of m o n e y .
A c c o r d i n g to H.H. Bancroft, w h o w a s a h i s t o r i a n , " f o u r beans b o u g h t s o m e
v e g e t a b l e s , t e n b e a n s b o u g h t a w o m a n a n d a slave cost 1 0 0 " .
The e x p l o r e r Cortes w a s t h e first p e r s o n t o b r i n g c h o c o l a t e t o E u r o p e . He
p r e s e n t e d it t o t h e Spanish Royal C o u r t in M a d r i d a n d served it w i t h herbs a n d
pepper. Soon it b e c a m e very f a s h i o n a b l e t o d r i n k it m i x e d w i t h s u g a r a n d v a n i l l a
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D a n i e l Peter w h o w a s a c o n f e c t i o n e r in S w i t z e r l a n d , i n v e n t e d m i l k c h o c o l a t e in
t h e 1 8 7 0 s . H e n r i Nestle d e v e l o p e d t h e process.
C h o c o l a t e c o n t a i n s s m a l l a m o u n t s of t h e c h e m i c a l p h e n y l e t h y l a m i n e , w i c h is
also n a t u r a l l y present in the b r a i n , a n d w h i c h gives us t h e s a m e f e e l i n g as w h e n
w e f a l l in love.
The w o r l d ' s largest c h o c o l a t e m o d e l w a s a 1 Om by 5 m r e p r e s e n t a t i o n of t h e
O l y m p i c C e n t r e in B a r c e l o n a .
In 1 9 8 0 , t h e Swiss plice arrested a y o u n g c o u p l e because t h e y w e r e t r y i n g t o sell
c h o c o l a t e secrets t o f o r e i g n p o w e r s . They o f f e r e d t h e recipes f o r 4 0 d i f f e r e n t
c h o c o l a t e s t o t h e Soviet a n d Chnese embassies.

9 1 . The w o r d chocolate exists thanks to


the
A . Spanish people
B. English people
C. Aztec people
9 2 . i n t h e Aztec e m p i r e , t h e cocoa b e a n s
w e r e used t o
A . trade with Spanish
B. exchange g o o d s .
C. buy wife
9 3 . Cortes w e n t to Europe a n d
A . carried chocolate
B. discovered chocolate.
C. invented chocolate.
9 4 . It became very fashionable in Europe:

9 5 . If you eat chocolate,


A. Swiss people will thank y o u .
B. mix it w i t h milk a n d sugar.
C. you will feel like falling in love.

9 6 . The Olimpyc Centre in Barcelona


A . has the largest chocolate factory.
B. got the largest chocolate record.
C. was represented of chocolate

9 7 . A couple w e r e arrested by the Swiss


Plice because they w e r e
A . chocolate recipes burglars.
B. chocolate recipes falsifiers.
C. chocolate recipes spies.

A . the Spanish Royal Court.


B. to drink chocolate
C. the explorer Cortes.
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Parte 6

Lea el siguiente texto y responda las preguntas 98 - 102 marque A, B, C o D en su hoja de


respuesta.

... Catching fish is one of the oldest ways of getting food. Today many people
make their living by fishing or by preparing fish for market. Most of the best
fishing grounds are in northern waters. Salmn and cod are caught along North
American shores. Norwegians fish for herring and the little silver fish called
sardines. And each year Dutch fishermen sail out in June to fish for herring.
Japanese Fishermen sail in many waters. Modern fishing fleets make big
catches in the more important fishing grounds. And all over the world, people in
tiny villages still get their fish in nets cise to the shore.
Tomado de Great Food Regions of the World. Forum. Vol. XVII Number 1

9 8 . What is the writer's purpose in this text?

9 9 . What can the reader find out from the


article?

A. Tell us about the best fishing grounds.


B. Explain why catching fish is important
in the word.
C. State what are the best kinds of fish
in Europe
D. Write about fishing around the world.

A. Modern fishing is dangerous.


B. Many people prefer to prepare fish.
C. Fishing is an important human activity.
D. Japanese fish in northern seas.

lOO.Why do Dutch fisher men sail out in June for fishing?


A.
B.
C.
D.

Because it's spring, special time for herring.


Because they want to catch salmn and cod.
Because they live cise to the shores.
Because it's the herring s season.

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101. Why is catching fish the best way of getting food for so many people?
A. There are many places to do it
B. It's easy and free
C. They d o n ' t know other activities.
D. It's a very lucrative ob.

102. Which of them is asking for fish?

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Parte 7

Lea el texto d e la s i g u i e n t e parte.


Escoja la p a l a b r a a d e c u a d a (A, B, C o D) p a r a c a d a e s p a c i o .
En las p r e g u n t a s 103-112, m a r q u e A , B, C o D e n su h o j a d e respuestas.

ARE Y O U C O U C H POTATO?
Centuries ago, people 103 nave much free time, because everybody was
working too hard. In Britain in the nineteenth century, people 104 more spare
time, but because the Victorians hated relaxing and doing nothing, they
invented football, rugby, and cricket. People took up more gentle activities too,
105gardening, bird - watching and train spotting, and it 106even possible simply
to watch a sport and give the impression that you were actually doing
something. But now, there 107a newtype of person who thinks that lying on the
sof watching televisin 108sunday afternoon or reading the newspaper 109
coverto cover is the HOactivity they can manage. This is the twenty-first century
couch potato. For them, every activity is too U l t r o u b l e , and laziness is an art
form! so how 112you spend yourfreetime?

I
B. w o n ' t

C. h a d t o

D. d i d n ' t

104. A . ha ve

B. has

C. h a d

D. get

105. A . for,

B. like

c. from

D. by

1 1
106. A . w a s

B. is

c . w i l l be

D. w e r e

107. A . s

B. w a s

c. are

D. w e r e

108. A . f o r

B. o n

c . in

D. at

109.

A . since

B. f o r

c. from

D. by

110.

A . excitest

B. m o r e exciting

c . as exciting as

D. m o s t exciting

111.

A. many

B. l o n g

c. much

D. m o r e

B. d i d

c . is

D. d o

103.

A. don't

112. A . a r e