1 ANATOLIA COLLEGE ΔΙΑΓΩΝΙΣΜΑ ΑΓΓΛΙΚΩΝ ΒΙΒΛΙΟ ΕΡΩΤΗΣΕΩΝ (2011) Διάρκεια 2 ώρες
2 Part 1A Για τις ερωτήσεις 1-5 θα ακούσετε πέντε σύντομους διαλόγους. Θα ακούσετε μια ερώτηση για κάθε διάλογο μια φορά πριν ακούσετε το διάλογο, και θα ακούσετε κάθε σύντομο διάλογο δύο φορές. Η ερώτηση είναι τυπωμένη και στο βιβλιαράκι του τεστ σας. Θα επιλέξετε μια από τις τρεις εικόνες αυτή που νομίζετε ότι απαντάει καλύτερα στην ερώτηση για το διάλογο. Σημειώστε την απάντησή σας μέσα στο βιβλιαράκι του τεστ σας. Στο τέλος αυτού του μέρους θα σας δοθεί χρόνος να μεταφέρετε τις απαντήσεις σας στο φύλλο των απαντήσεων. Παράδειγμα: 0. What does Miss Pappas tell Bill he should use to wake up in the morning? A. B. C. Η σωστή απάντηση είναι «Α». 1. Which picture shows what is on the table? A. B. C. 2. What did the neighbor just see? A. B. C. 3. What will the mother s picture show?
3 A. B. C. 4. Which one of these pictures shows the fork in the right place? A. B. C. 5. What time will the woman leave for the airport? Part 1B Σ αυτό το κομμάτι του τεστ θα ακούσετε μια συνέντευξη από ένα ραδιοφωνικό πρόγραμμα σχετικά με τις δραστηριότητες ενός εθελοντικού οργανισμού που βοηθάει να διατηρηθούν καθαρές οι παραλίες. Πρώτα, θα σας δοθούν 45 δευτερόλεπτα για να διαβάσετε τις ερωτήσεις 6-10 που βρίσκονται στο βιβλιαράκι του τεστ σας. Ύστερα θα ακούσετε τη συνέντευξη δύο φορές. Σημειώστε τις απαντήσεις σας στο βιβλιαράκι του τεστ. Στο τέλος αυτού του μέρους θα σας δοθεί χρόνος να μεταφέρετε τις απαντήσεις σας στο φύλλο των απαντήσεων.
4 6. The English name of Katerina s group is A) Clear Coasts B) Clean Acts C) Clean Coasts D) Clean Coastlines 7. Which of the following best describes (περιγράφει) the ways that Καθαρές Ακτές tries to do its work? A) helping people learn about the environment B) teaching and cleaning C) helping towns clean up their beaches D) helping Mother Nature in her work 8. If, 100 years from now, you could visit one of today s beaches that Καθαρές Ακτές had never cleaned up, which of the following would you probably find? A) old sneakers and bottles B) cups, sneakers, and bottles C) two kinds of bottles D) cups made of plastic 9. According to Katerina, who leaves most of the trash and rubbish behind on the beaches? A) people in school B) the parents of young children C) people from other countries D) Greek people 10. According to Katerina, which of the following is NOT a reason to help Καθαρές Ακτές? A) to get money B) to make new friends C) to make tourists like Greece D) to help save the Earth ANATOLIA COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAM 2011 Part 2. Writing in Greek Διαβάστε προσεχτικά το παρακάτω αγγλικό κείμενο και απαντήστε στις ερωτήσεις που ακολουθούν σε δύο παραγράφους στις γραμμές που υπάρχουν στο φύλλο σας. Γράψτε τις απαντήσεις σας στην ελληνική γλώσσα. We have all seen films (at the cinema, on television, on a DVD player) that we have liked. 1. Ποιος είναι ο τίτλος και ποια η υπόθεση μιας ταινίας που έχεις ξεχωρίσει;
5 2. Για ποιον ή ποιους λόγους ξεχώρισες αυτήν την ταινία; Part 3. English composition Στις γραμμές που υπάρχουν στην πίσω σελίδα του φύλλου σας, γράψτε μια έκθεση στα αγγλικά σύμφωνα με τις οδηγίες που ακολουθούν. The children arrived home from school at the usual time, but no one was there. The house was completely empty. The furniture, books, and clothes were all gone. The only thing in the whole house was a very large box in the middle of the living room. Συνεχίστε την ιστορία.
6 Part 4 Για κάθε ερώτηση υπάρχει μία σωστή απάντηση. Διαλέξτε το γράμμα A, B, C, ή D που αντιστοιχεί στην απάντηση που συμπληρώνει σωστά το κενό στην κάθε ερώτηση. Οι απαντήσεις που θα δώσετε δεν βασίζονται στις εικόνες που συνοδεύουν τις ερωτήσεις. Παράδειγμα: There is a man (0) the door. 0. A) at B) in C) to D) for Η καλύτερη απάντηση είναι το A γιατί η σωστή πρόταση είναι: There is a man at the door. Θα μαυρίσετε τον αντίστοιχο κύκλο (κάτω από το A ) στο φύλλο απαντήσεων. Μη γράψετε τις απαντήσεις στα φύλλα ερωτήσεων Katie: Are you excited about your trip (11) Spain next week? Maria: Yes, but I m also very nervous. I ve never been (12) a plane before! Katie: (13). You ll be fine. 11. A) to 12. A) to 13. A) You not worry B) in B) with B) Don t worry C) for C) on C) No worry D) at D) at D) Not worry Sam: This is the plan, everyone. We ll hide when we hear the car coming. When George (14) the door, we ll jump out and scream (15) Then his mother will bring out the cake. (16) any questions? Joel: It s a good plan. I know George thinks we re still all at the game. 14. A) he opens 15. A) Hello! 16. A) Does anyone has B) he will open B) How are you? B) Does anyone have C) open C) You re it! C) Does anyone had D) opens D) Surprise! D) Is anyone having Billy: What time (17)? Andy: I believe it starts at (18). Billy: We d better leave soon. If we don t, (19) miss the first song! 17. A) the concert starts 18. A) half past eight 19. A) we were going to B) the concert is starting B) eight and a half B) we would C) does the concert start C) half of eight C) we re going to D) did the concert start D) eight and half D) where going to
7 Claire: (20) do you think we ll need for this birthday cake? Helen: Well, the recipe says we should use at least two cups. Claire: We only have one cup left. I suppose that means we (21) go to the supermarket (22) we can bake anything. 20. A) How much sugar 21. A) won t 22. A) until B) How many sugar B) are sure to B) before C) What sugar C) must to C) since D) What size sugar D) have to D) when Steven s football game (23) on Saturday morning because of rain. He was sorry about the game, but he decided to fill his day with fun activities. So, he spent most of the day (24) music, studying, and playing board games (25) his little sister. 23. A) was cancel 24. A) listening 25. A) at B) was cancelled B) hearing B) by C) cancels C) listening to C) to D) cancelled D) hearing to D) with Mother: I m so glad we (26) to go sailing today! Isn t it great to be out on the water? Father: The weather report says clear skies and sunshine (27). Mother: Wonderful! Move away from the edge of the boat, Bill! You might fall in! Bill: Relax, Mom. I won t fall. I m (28). 26. A) decide 27. A) all of the day 28. A) full of care B) will decide B) all day long B) taken care C) had decided C) all the day C) been careful D) decided D) whole day D) always careful Alex: Let s watch a movie at home tonight. It s been a long time (29) we ve done that. Dina: That s a great idea! There s only one problem. We don t have any popcorn. Alex: That s not a problem. (30) to the supermarket and pick some up right now. Dina: You should hurry. The supermarket closes in only (31). 29. A) from when 30. A) I ll go 31. A) a quarter B) when B) I going B) fifteen minutes C) since C) I go C) a little D) that D) Go D) some time
8 Jimmy: (32) my guitar lessons. Mother: Why not? Jimmy: Learning the chords is so difficult! I feel like (33) be able to learn them all! Mother: Well, I am sure that if you practice, you (34). Just keep trying. 32. A) I not enjoying 33. A) I never 34. A) improved B) I not enjoy B) I ll never B) will be improved C) I no enjoy C) I have never C) will improve D) I m not enjoying D) I can t ever D) make improvement Katya: (35) any good books lately? I m looking for something fun to read. Elena: I ve been too busy with my schoolwork to read extra books! I have lots of books at home you might want to (36). Come to my house tomorrow after school and (37) one you like. Katya: OK! 35. A) Do you read 36. A) borrow 37. A) chose B) You have read B) lend B) choose C) Have you read C) study C) choice D) Are you reading D) find D) you to choose Father: You ve been playing video games for two hours, Matthew. It s time to (38) the television now! Matthew: (39) outside, Dad. There s nothing to do, and (40). Father: All right. Go find your brother and bring him here. Let s play a game together. Matthew: That sounds like fun! 38. A) close 39. A) Is raining 40. A) I m boring B) close off B) It rains B) I m bored C) turn C) It has rain C) I feel boring D) turn off D) It s raining D) I bored Marianna (41) her cousins in Italy this summer. She is learning Italian to get ready for her trip. So far, she (42) only a few words and phrases because she finds that Italian (43) a difficult language. 41. A) visit 42. A) learned 43. A) is B) is visiting B) had learned B) are C) to visit C) has learned C) has D) visits D) is learning D) have
9 Chris: (44)! When will the pizza arrive? Gregory: I ordered it over (45). The delivery man should be here any minute. Chris: I think I just heard the doorbell (46). Gregory: Thank goodness! Let s eat! 44. A) I so hungry 45. A) an hour ago 46. A) hit B) I hungry B) since an hour B) ring C) I m so hungry C) before an hour C) rang D) I hunger D) an hour before D) rung Man: I seem to be lost. Do you know (47)? Woman: Sure. You have to walk down this street and turn right (48) the traffic light. Then, walk through the park, and you ll (49) right in front of you. Man: Thanks very much for your help. 47. A) where is Smith Street 48. A) to 49. A) look Smith Street B) where Smith Street is B) on B) look at Smith Street C) Smith Street where is C) from C) see Smith Street D) the Smith Street D) at D) seeing Smith Street Michaela made plans to play (50) with her friends at the park after school. When she (51) at the park, she found her friends waiting beside the court. Another group was using the court, so Michaela and her friends had to wait (52) the other game was over. 50. A) at basket 51. A) arrived 52. A) after B) basketball B) got B) when C) the basket C) came C) until D) basket D) went D) for Athena: Thank you so much! What a lovely present! Nikki: If it doesn t fit, or if it isn t (53) color, you can go to the store and (54) it. The receipt is in the bag. Athena: I love the color, and (55) it will fit! It s beautiful! 53. A) the good 54. A) turn 55. A) I m sure B) nice B) return B) I m being sure C) right C) sell C) I m feeling sure D) the right D) try D) I sure
10 Diana: Are you travelling anywhere (56) this summer? Demetra: Actually, I am going to Crete for two weeks! Diana: That s great. I m going to spend most of the summer holiday (57) our beach house in Halkidiki. Will you be going to Crete with family or friends? Demetra: I m going with my family everyone (58) my brother Tom. He ll be away at YMCA camp. 56. A) interest 57. A) at 58. A) and B) interested B) to B) with C) to interest C) with C) except D) interesting D) beside D) not Mother: Do you have any homework this weekend? Elena: I have to study for my history class. I m (59) a test on Tuesday. Today is only Friday, and (60) plans to go shopping with my friends! Mother: OK. But (61) your history now. You can meet your friends later. 59. A) taking 60. A) I have 61. A) study B) writing B) I am having B) work C) reading C) I make C) read for D) giving D) I don t make D) look Vaso: Are you going to the school dance on Friday? Anastasia: Yes, I m going with some of my friends. (62) you like to go with us? Vaso: Yes. Call me on Friday, and let me (63) what time I (64) be ready. 62. A) Should 63. A) know 64. A) have B) Must B) to know B) would C) Have C) knew C) should D) Would D) known D) will Mrs. Papadopoulos is taking her class on a trip to the museum this Tuesday. Her students are (65) excited about it. First, they will take a tour with a guide, and then they will have time to walk around the museum (66). On the way back to school, they will stop and (67) together. What a wonderful day! 65. A) some 66. A) with themselves 67. A) having lunch B) very B) by themselves B) had lunch C) too C) by myself C) making lunch D) lots D) ourselves D) have lunch Sotiria took her bicycle out for a ride on a (68) Saturday morning. As she rode down the street, she waved to her neighbors and suddenly (69) off! She wasn t hurt, but she decided to walk her bike back (70).
11 68. A) beautiful 69. A) fall 70. A) to house B) more beautiful B) fell B) to home C) beauty C) felt C) house D) beautifully D) fallen D) home
12 Part 5A Διαβάστε προσεχτικά το κείμενο που ακολουθεί. Το κείμενο έχει δώδεκα αριθμημένα κενά. Δεξιά από το κείμενο υπάρχουν τέσσερεις απαντήσεις για κάθε κενό που αντιστοιχούν στα γράμματα A, B, C, και D. Διαλέξτε το γράμμα που αντιστοιχεί στην απάντηση που νομίζετε ότι ταιριάζει καλύτερα, γραμματικά και νοηματικά, και μαυρίστε τον αντίστοιχο κύκλο στο φύλλο απαντήσεων. Παράδειγμα: My brother almost never misses a day of school, A) at C) to but today he was sick and stayed home school. B) from D) by Η σωστή απάντηση είναι B. Θα μαυρίσετε τον αντίστοιχο κύκλο στο φύλλο απαντήσεων. The First Day of Camp Beep Beep Beep! Alice (71) her alarm clock and turned it off. It was 7:20 a.m. She had only five minutes to get ready! She (72) to put on her camp clothes, socks and sneakers. She took a piece of toast off the kitchen table and ran to the door without saying good-bye to her mother. BEEP BEEP! The bus was (73) waiting for her outside. Alice felt very anxious on the entire 20-minute bus ride from her house to West Hills Day Camp. It was the first day of camp, and she didn t know what to expect. She (74) the bus and went to her group. Hello! her leader said with a big smile. But all the girls in the group were looking at her a little (75). Suddenly feeling very shy, Alice looked down at her feet. Then she realized why the girls were looking at her. On her right foot, she was wearing a black Converse All Star sneaker, and on her left foot, a pink Converse All Star sneaker. Alice s face turned bright red. She couldn t believe she (76) such a silly mistake! All day long Alice worried about how she looked. She decided to act as though (77) strange about her appearance. What else (78)? During candle-making class, one of the girls came to her and said, I like your shoes. I think (79) really cool. Thanks, said Alice, trying not to act surprised. I couldn t decide which ones I wanted to wear 71. A) looked at C) looks B) looked D) looking 72. A) is rushing C) rush B) rushed D) has rushed 73. A) soon C) almost B) just D) already 74. A) got in C) got off B) got out D) got down 75. A) strange C) strangest B) stranger D) strangely 76. A) had done C) has done B) had made D) has made 77. A) something was C) it wasn t B) nothing was D) it isn t 78. A) can she do C) could she do B) she can do D) she could do 79. A) they C) they re B) their D) there 80. A) to C) two
13 this morning, so I wore one of each. The girl laughed, and Alice laughed (80). [το κείμενο συνεχίζεται στη σελίδα 10] Part 5A continued The (81) morning, when Alice saw her group, she couldn t believe her eyes. All the girls were wearing two different shoes! She (82) a new fashion in footwear! It was going to be a fun summer after all. B) too D) too much 81. A) next C) after B) other D) later 82. A) begins C) has begun B) begun D) had begun Part 5B Πρώτα, διαβάστε προσεχτικά το κείμενο που ακολουθεί. Το κείμενο έχει τέσσερα αριθμημένα κενά. Κάτω από το κείμενο υπάρχουν τέσσερεις προτάσεις με τα γράμματα A, B, C, και D οι οποίες έχουν αφαιρεθεί από το κείμενο. Για κάθε κενό διαλέξτε το γράμμα A, B, C, ή D που αντιστοιχεί στην πρόταση που λείπει και μαυρίστε τον αντίστοιχο κύκλο στο φύλλο απαντήσεων. Text #1 -- You Too Can Do Magic! Have you read the books or seen the films about Harry Potter? Many of us wish we could learn to do magic like the characters in those stories. But where could we learn? (83 ) And of course, we know those stories are not real. However, some modern magicians like David Copperfield and David Blaine have become worldfamous for doing what certainly looks like magic. (84 ) White rabbits suddenly appear out of hats, boxes containing ladies are cut in half, and playing cards change places and faces, all in front of live audiences and TV cameras. The question is, how do they do it? The answer is a secret. Magicians do not want to share their knowledge and techniques with other people. (85 ) If everyone knew how to do those amazing things, it wouldn t look like magic anymore, would it? Don t give up hope, though. There are several ways you can learn to do magic yourself. (86 ) You can also go to classes to learn tricks from professional teachers of magic. Don t expect to have Professors Snape and Flitwick as your teachers, though. Finally, try looking on the Internet. YouTube has some wonderful videos of magicians performing in theatres, streets, and even in their own homes. A) We can understand the reasons for this secrecy, of course. B) Unfortunately, magic is not taught in school.
14 C) At their shows, amazing things happen on stage. D) There are many books on magic that show how to perform magic tricks. Part 5B, continued Ακολουθήστε τις ίδιες οδηγίες όπως για το Text #1. Text #2 -- The Extra Special Month Poor February, the shortest month of the year. But it s an interesting month. It s the only month that changes in length. (87 ) We call those years leap years. Leap year babies, born on February 29 th, don t get to have as many birthday parties as the rest of us, at least if they celebrate their birthday on the real date of their birth. They can think of themselves as special, though. One of the most interesting stories told about February is one about love and marriage (and it s not about Valentine s Day, either). In America, February 29 th is known as Sadie Hawkins Day. (88 ) People are still interested in this idea. Just last year a film called Leap Year told the story of a woman who flew from New York to Dublin on February 29 th, 2008, to see her boyfriend. (89 ) Women don't have to travel to "pop the question" any more, however. Now they can just post videos of themselves proposing marriage on YouTube. Only on February 29th, of course. (90 ) A) The next chance for women to "take a leap" and propose marriage is the last day of the romantic month of February in B) In the old days, it was the one day of the year or rather, the one day in four years when women could ask men to marry them. C) Every fourth year, February has an extra day. D) He was rather surprised when she asked him to marry her.
15 Part 6A Μελετήστε την εικόνα και απαντήστε στις ερωτήσεις που ακολουθούν, διαλέγοντας από τις τέσσερεις απαντήσεις A, B, C, και D. 91. This picture shows A) a birthday party. B) a child s room. C) an art class. D) a station. 92. In the corner of the room near the door A) there are two children sitting on chairs. B) there is some paper on the floor. C) there is a light. D) there are three pictures on the wall. 93. On the table where the kids are sitting, A) there are four crayons.
16 B) there are scissors and paper. C) there is an apple. D) there is one empty chair. 94. The little girl standing beside the table A) is carrying a chair. B) has stars on her skirt. C) has her feet together. D) has nowhere to sit. 95. The top picture on the wall to the right A) shows a smiling bear. B) is of a dragon with a fat nose. C) is of a smiling sun. D) is a drawing of three flowers in a vase. Part 6B Στις πέντε ερωτήσεις που ακολουθούν να βρείτε το αντίθετο της λέξης που σας δίνεται. Παράδειγμα: The opposite of easy is. A) simple B) smooth C) hard D) wonderful Η σωστή απάντηση είναι C. Θα μαυρίσετε τον αντίστοιχο κύκλο στο φύλλο απαντήσεων. 96. The opposite of light is. A) bright B) dangerous C) difficult D) dark 97. The opposite of curved is. A) straight B) right C) sharp D) broken 98. The opposite of noisy is. A) sleepy B) angry C) quiet D) loud 99. The opposite of lying down is. A) telling the truth B) standing up C) going to sleep D) cleaning up 100. The opposite of accept is. A) invite B) receive C) refuse D) enter Part 7 Διαβάστε πρoσεχτικά τα δύο κείμενα που ακολουθούν και απαντήστε στις πέντε ερωτήσεις που υπάρχουν για κάθε κείμενο. Διαλέξτε όποιο από τα τέσσερα γράμματα A, B, C, και D νομίζετε ότι αντιστοιχεί στην καλύτερη απάντηση και μαυρίστε τον αντίστοιχο κύκλο στο φύλλο απαντήσεων. Reading #1 How the Animals Got Their Tails Many, many years ago, animals used to walk and talk just like people do today. They used to meet their friends, have fun, and sing and dance together.
17 One evening, the animals planned a big party. When night fell, the animals all came to a big open space in the middle of a forest. Above them the sky was clear and the stars were bright. The moon shone down like a big lamp, so they could see the way clearly. When the animals arrived at the party, they took off their tails and hung them on the Tail Tree, the same way as we humans take off our hats and coats and hang them up when we enter a house or restaurant. Soon the tree was covered with tails, and the soft grass in the clearing was full of animals laughing and singing and having a great time. Suddenly, however, the sky grew dark. A cloud covered the moon. At first, they thought it was funny, and began to play games in the dark. They touched each other, trying to guess who was who. But the sky did not clear, and from far away they heard a crackling sound like tree branches breaking. They saw a bright orange light between the trees, and then on the wind they smelled the smell that scares animals most of all: smoke! The animals all ran to the Tail Tree and reached for their tails, hurrying to escape. The frightened animals quickly took any tail they could find. The fire was getting closer, and they could feel the heat through the trees. An angry red light was coming towards them. They began to run, racing through the darkness of the forest ahead of them toward the river. They swam to safety on the other side. When the sun came up the next morning, the animals looked back across the river to the blackened forest. Nothing was left of their favorite place except a few smoking tree trunks. But at least they were safe. As the day became lighter, they looked around at each other and began to laugh. They looked so silly! The great big elephant had put on a short gray tail, and the fat lazy pig was wearing a pretty little pink thing. The thin fox had a soft hairy tail almost as big as he was, and the giraffe s tail hung down almost to its knees. Some tails were the wrong color, or were made of the wrong skin or fur. Other animals discovered that they had no tails at all! The burnt forest took years and years to grow again, and of course the animals had to move far away to find a new place to live. It was so long before they had another party that when they finally did have one, they forgot how to take off their tails and so they kept them on forever When the animals reached the party A) they hung up their hats and coats. B) they began to walk and talk. C) there wasn t a cloud in the sky. D) it was still daylight The animals got the wrong tails from the Tail Tree A) because there were too many tails. B) as part of a game. C) because they were moving so fast. D) to make each other laugh The animals escaped from the fire by A) taking any tail they could find. B) crossing the river.
18 C) running and hiding in the trees. D) following the bright red light What was strange about the giraffe s tail was that A) it came half way down the animal s legs. D) it was soft and hairy. B) it was very short. C) it was the wrong color The animals never got their own tails back again A) because they left the party in a hurry. B) because they had left them behind on the other side of the river. C) until they had another party. D) because they couldn t remember how to remove their tails.
19 Reading #2 When the Telephone Was New The telephone was invented in 1876, in Philadelphia. One of the first people to get a phone in his own house was the American writer Mark Twain, who wrote Tom Sawyer and was known for making people laugh. He enjoyed talking on 5 his new phone, and so did his wife. And when she talked, Twain listened. What he heard, of course, was half a conversation. Before the invention of the telephone, if you listened to people talking, you heard both sides of what was said. Now you heard just one side. Twain wrote, "You 1 hear the question, but not the answer, or you hear the 0 answer and wonder what the question was. Mark Twain wrote down some of his wife's conversations and gave them to a newspaper to be printed. They went something like this one, in which Twain s wife is talking to one of her friends: The store? What did you buy? [Pause]. What? [Pause]. Oh, your hat. I thought you said your cat! You ll probably find it. [Long pause]. I can t be perfectly sure, because I don't have the music, but I think it goes like this: Tra-la-la-tra-la-la, tum-de-dum-de dum! And then repeat, you know. [Pause]. Oh, not at all go right on. He s here writing he doesn t mind. [Pause]. Visitors? [Pause]. No, I never put salt on them. I just serve them as they are. [Pause]. Oh, I think that s too high for them. We ve never paid over fifty cents. [Pause]. Must you go? Well, good-bye. [Pause]. OK, at four o clock, then I ll be ready. Good-bye! Does that sound strange to you? Probably not! After all, everybody uses mobile phones these days, and we re used to hearing pieces of conversations. You hear them on the bus (whether you want to or not), when you re waiting in line at the movies everywhere! Why not try writing them down? They might still be good for a laugh What did the other woman probably say at the Pause in line 17? A) I don't know what has happened to our cat. B) I just bought a new hat! C) I bought some new gloves, but I lost my hat. D) It was raining, and our cat didn t come home last night In line 27, the word them probably refers to
20 A) vegetables B) guests C) bread D) friends of Mark Twain s wife 108. In the conversation that Mark Twain wrote down, how many people s voices could he hear? A) one person s B) two people s C) three people s D) It is impossible to tell The two women talk about several things. Which is NOT one of them? A) a song B) someone s husband C) the price of something D) what time it is 110. In line 35, we re used to hearing pieces of conversations means A) Many people used to have mobile phones. B) Not many people listen to other people s phone conversations anymore. C) It s common to hear only parts of people s phone conversations nowadays. D) In the past, people listened more than they do now to what others were saying on the phone.
ANATOLIA COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAM 2009 Part 1. Writing in Greek ιαβάστε προσεχτικά το παρακάτω αγγλικό κείµενο καθώς και τις οδηγίες που ακολουθούν και απαντήστε στα ελληνικά στις γραµµές που υπάρχουν στο
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