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PROBA SCRISĂ DE VERIFICARE A CUNOŞTINŢELOR DE LIMBA ENGLEZĂ

PENTRU ADMITERE ÎN CLASA A IX-A CU PROGRAM BILINGV


SESIUNEA 16 MAI 2018

I. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense: (20 points)
The actress Vanessa Kemp (1) _______________ (disappear). Yesterday she (2) _______________
(fail) to arrive at the Prince Charles Theatre in London’s West End for her leading role in the comedy
‘Don’t look now!’. Ms Kemp, who (3) _______________ (live) in Hampstead, (4) _______________
(leave) home at four o’clock yesterday afternoon for the theatre, a journey she (5) _______________
(make) several times the week before. Two people who (6) _______________ (walk) past her home
at the time saw her leave. But no one (7) _______________ (see) her since then. By half past seven
she still (8) _______________ (not / arrive) at the theatre. An hour later the manager had to break
the news to the people, who (9) _______________ (wait) patiently for the play to start. Since
yesterday, the staff and friends (10) _______________ (try) to contact Ms Kemp but they have had
no success so far.
II. Rephrase the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first sentence. Use
the word given, without changing it in any way: (10 points)
1. I prefer speaking English to writing it.
more
I like................................................................
2. He can cook really well.
good
He’s..................................................................
3. When I was a child I loved watching cartoons.
used
I..........................................................................
4. It's too cold to go for a walk.
enough
It’s not.................................................................
5. A train ticket is cheaper than a plane ticket.
expensive
A...........................................................................

III. Use the words in capitals at the end of each of the following sentences in order to
form a new word that fits suitably in the blank space: (10 points)
1. I can tell from your …………………..that you’re not happy. EXPRESS
2. It’s ………………colder today than it was yesterday. CERTAIN
3. It’s ……………..! I’ve lost my glasses again! BELIEVE
4. What ……………..is Borhar? Is he Spanish? NATION
5. Three of your answers were ………………, so you got 17 out of 20. CORRECT
6. Animals in zoos don’t live in their …………..environment. NATURE
7. This film is ………….. . I can’t understand what’s happening! CONFUSE
8. Be …………. ! Those boxes are full of glasses. CARE
9. Why do all …………….have untidy hair? SCIENCE
10. They closed the airport because it was so …………………. FOG
IV. Choose the correct word or phrase underlined in each sentence: (10 points)
1. Sophie is very clever. She is speaking/speaks seven different languages.
2. It had been raining/was raining all day and the roads were very wet.
3. How long ago/How long have you had your car?
4. The policemen shouted at/to the thieves who tried to run away.
5. My book can’t/mustn’t be in the house. I’ve looked everywhere.
6. When we go/will go shopping, I’ll buy you something nice.
7. If she heard/had heard the news, she would have called us by now.
8. Swimming/The swimming is a good way to keep fit.
9. It started to rain as/ during they were walking home.
10. You won’t forget to write, won’t you/will you?

V. Read the text below and think of the word which best fits each space. Use only one
word in each space: (10 points)
Lucky Accidents
Sometimes, scientists know what they (1) … looking for and they find it. At other times, things
are (2) … by accident. Two famous examples of this are gravity and penicillin.
Isaac Newton, (3) … first used maths to describe gravity, was sitting (4) … his garden when he
saw (5) … apple fall - some say it fell on his head! This made him think about why, and he
realised he (6) … explain it using maths.
Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin, (7) … was the first antibiotic. It completely changed
medicine. He was working (8) … his laboratory when he saw that something (9) … started
growing on one of his experiments. He analysed it and realised that it could be (10) … useful in
fighting disease.

TOATE SUBIECTELE SUNT OBLIGATORII


TIMP DE LUCRU: 1 ORĂ
SE ACORDĂ 10 PUNCTE DIN OFICIU
INDICAȚII DE PREZENTARE A RĂSPUNSURILOR PE FOAIA DE EXAMEN:
SUBIECTUL I - Veți scrie pe foaia de examen numărul din paranteză al verbului și
forma lui corectă
SUBIECTUL II - Veți scrie pe foaia de examen întreaga propoziție reformulată, nu și
pe cea inițială
SUBIECTUL III - Veți scrie pe foaia de examen doar forma corectă a cuvântului scris
cu majuscule
SUBIECTUL IV- Veți scrie pe foaia de examen doar forma correctă a cuvântului/
expresiei subliniat/e
SUBIECTUL V - Veți scrie pe foaia de examen numărul din paranteză și cuvântul
potrivit
PROBA SCRISĂ DE VERIFICARE A CUNOŞTINŢELOR DE LIMBA ENGLEZĂ
PENTRU ADMITERE ÎN CLASA A IX-A CU PROGRAM BILINGV
SESIUNEA 16 MAI 2018

BAREM
SUBIECTUL I - 20 points (2 points each)
1. has disappeared 2. failed 3. lives/lived 4. left 5. had made
6. were walking 7. has seen 8. hadn’t arrived 9. had been waiting / were
waiting 10. have been trying / have tried

SUBIECTUL II- 10 points (2 points each)


1. I like speaking English more than writing it./I like to speak English more than to
write it.
2. He is really good at cooking./He is a really good cook.
3. I used to love watching cartoons when I was a child.
4. It’s not warm enough to go for a walk.
5. A plane ticket is more expensive than a train ticket./A train ticket is less expensive
than a plane ticket.

SUBIECTUL III- 10 points (1 point each)


1. expression
2. certainly
3. unbelievable
4. nationality
5. incorrect
6. natural
7. confusing
8. careful
9. scientists
10. foggy

SUBIECTUL IV- 10 points (1 point each)


1. speaks; 2. had been raining; 3. How long; 4. at; 5. can’t; 6. go; 7. had heard; 8. Swimming;
9. as 10. will you

SUBIECTUL V- 10 points (1 point each)


1. are 2. discovered/found/encountered 3. who 4. in 5. an
6. could 7. which 8. in 9. had 10. very/highly/extremely

DIN OFICIU: 10 PUNCTE

TOTAL: 70 PUNCTE