1 ANATOLIA COLLEGE ΔΙΑΓΩΝΙΣΜΑ ΑΓΓΛΙΚΩΝ ΒΙΒΛΙΟ ΕΡΩΤΗΣΕΩΝ (2012) Διάρκεια 2 ώρες
2 Part 1A -- Listening 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. 1. What did Jim want to take with him to go climbing? A. B. C. 2. Which part of the car was NOT damaged (δεν καταστράφηκε) in the accident? A. B. C.
3 3. What will Betty probably bring to the picnic? A. B. C. 4. What time will the birthday party start? 17:45 15:30 19:50 A. B. C. 5. What did Bill think Sheila really saw? A. B. C.
4 Part 1B -- Listening Σ αυτό το κομμάτι του τεστ θα ακούσετε μια συνέντευξη από ένα ραδιοφωνικό πρόγραμμα σχετικά με μία ιστοσελίδα όπου πουλιούνται ελληνικά προϊόντα. 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. 6. How old is the olive wood that was used to make the spoons? A) Almost 100 years old. B) Close to 500 years old. C) It is probably too old. D) It is impossible to tell. 7. Which ONE of the following is NOT one of the things you can buy from the website right now? A) Something to wear on your feet. B) Something to eat soup with. C) Something to drink tea from. D) Olives picked by hand. 8. Why don't the products cost very much? A) The people who make them don't have jobs. B) People make them in their spare time. C) The people who make them make them for free. D) There is no need for an actual store in a building. 9. Which ONE is true about the people who make things for sale on the website? A) Only women make the products. B) They used to live in local villages. C) They know how to work with their hands. D) Some of them also work at the store. 10. What is the address of the website? A) B) one word).com C) D) itswww.madeingreece.com
5 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. Παράδειγμα: There is a man (0) the door. 0. A) at B) in C) to D) for Η καλύτερη απάντηση είναι 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 Marios: What s wrong? Why (11)? Philip: I wanted to play with my toy boat in the sea, so I (12) put it in the water. Marios: And then what happened? Philip: Well, a huge wave came and my boat sank. Now it s at the (13) of the sea, and I will never get it back. 11. A) you are crying 12. A) gentle 13. A) bottom B) you cry B) surely B) deep C) do you cry C) carefully C) below D) are you crying D) careful D) lost Anna: Yesterday Rob and I (14) to the theater and saw Romeo and Juliet. Ellie: Oh, I (15) to go and see it myself. Anna: It was great! Better buy your tickets soon, since there are only two performances (16). 14. A) were 15. A) could want 16. A) over B) visited B) would B) to remain C) went C) like C) left D) gone D) would love D) stay Leon: Are we (17) to park our car here? Helen: Sure! There is no (18) saying we can t. Leon: Okay then, why don t we check in at the hotel, and (19) the suitcases. 17. A) allowed 18. A) board 19. A) I am bringing B) aloud B) sign B) I will bring C) permit C) plate C) I to bring D) let D) table D) I bringing
6 Paul: Yesterday my Dad (20) me that we (21) and visit our relatives in Paris. Vaso: How are you travelling (22) Paris? Paul: By plane. It s the quickest way to get there. 20. A) was told 21. A) went 22. A) to B) tell B) would go B) from C) had told C) are going C) at D) told D) had gone D) in Let s hide the Spanish gold on the beach, said Captain Sparrow. (23) looks like a good place right here! Once the hole (24), the pirates buried the treasure. Before leaving, they (25) a map marking the spot of the treasure. 23. A) What 24. A) was dug 25. A) make B) These B) has dug B) found C) This C) was digging C) drew D) That D) digs D) put Mary: I hate (26) to the dentist. Chris: Who (27)? That s why I (28) twice a day, so I never have any toothaches. 26. A) to visit 27. A) doesn t 28. A) am always brushing my teeth B) seeing B) likes B) brush always my teeth C) check up C) don t C) always brush my teeth D) going D) hates it D) am brushing always my teeth Zoe: Anna, (29) parents are away on a trip, is having a party tomorrow. (30)? Iliana I don t think so. My parents won t let me, because I (31) my school project yet. 29. A) who her 30. A) Might you become 31. A) don t finish B) who s B) Do you go B) haven t finished C) which C) Are you going C) won t finish D) whose D) Will you to come D) didn t finish One day, Peter and Maria went for a walk in the country. The path they were following led to a lake. Unfortunately the path was blocked (32) a fence, and they could not continue. They decided to climb the fence, but Maria fell and (33). When they went to the hospital, the nurse told them that Maria (34) arm. 32. A) from 33. A) was hurted 34. A) had broken his B) for B) hurt herself B) was broken her C) by C) hurt it C) she broke her D) at D) was hurt herself D) had broken her
7 John: I am not very tall, (35) I can t reach that book on the top (36). Eva: Wait, (37). Is this the book you wanted? John: Yes, it is. Thank you. 35. A) but 36. A) shelf 37. A) I can help it B) since B) drawer B) I will take for you C) so C) library C) I help you D) because D) closet D) let me help you Orestis (38) a song when Chris entered the room. What happened? asked Chris. The coach (39) team captain in the next game, said Orestis. Congratulations, I (40) some day, Chris replied. 38. A) was singing 39. A) had chosen me to be 40. A) it would be B) was to sing B) choose me to be B) knew you will be C) sank C) has chosen me to be C) knew he would D) he was singing D) want me be D) knew it must be George: Hi, John. How about a game of football? John: What! Right now? (41) outside? George: Only (42). Come on! (43) such a scaredy cat! If you don t come out now, I ll never play with you again! 41. A) Doesn t it rain 42. A) some 43. A) Be not B) Isn t it raining B) few B) Don t have to be C) Can t it rain C) a little C) Don t be D) It rains D) not much D) You don t be Mrs. Pappas: Yesterday I went to the pharmacy to get some medicine, but (44) that it was Wednesday and the stores aren t open in the evenings. Mrs. Pappas neighbor: What did you do? Mrs. Pappas: Well, I (45) check the list of pharmacies that were open and find one nearby. Mrs. Pappas neighbor: That wasn t so bad. You just ended up walking a bit (46) than usual. 44. A) I d forget 45. A) should 46. A) far more distance B) I d forgotten B) would B) farthest C) I ve forgot C) must C) more far D) was forgotten D) had to D) farther
8 Chris: Finally you re here! I ve waited outside this cinema for so long! Since (47)! Anna: Sorry I m late. I ll explain later. (48) the start of the movie? Chris: I don t think so. But (49) in right away. 47. A) a quarter past six 48. A) Do we miss 49. A) why don t go B) six and a quarter B) Are we going to miss B) let s go C) six and fifteen C) Has it missed C) will we go D) six fifteen o clock D) Was it missed D) we quickly go John and Betty climbed onto the rocks. The sun (50) down and they could see some boats coming towards the beach. They had just (51) down to enjoy the last quiet moments at the end of another holiday when suddenly John (52) by a big wave. 50. A) was gone 51. A) sat 52. A) hit B) it went B) set B) was hitting C) was going C) seated C) heated D) has gone D) sit D) was hit Mary: Have you ever had a pet? Jim: No, I (53). I d like one, but it s a big responsibility. Mary: A friend of (54) has a big cage of canaries. It s a lot of trouble to look after them so everyone in the family (55) some of the work of cleaning the cage and feeding the birds. 53. A) don t have 54. A) I 55. A) do B) did B) mine B) does C) haven t C) me C) are doing D) hadn t D) myself D) have done Alex: My grandmother told me that while she was going home from the supermarket yesterday someone (56) to steal her purse. Mark: Was she afraid? (57) Alex: Well, she screamed loudly and hit the thief over the head with her shopping bag. Mark: What a super-grandma! (58) Alex: No. She said he ran into the square at the end of the street and disappeared before anyone could call the police. 56. A) tried 57. A) What did she do? 58. A) Did he catch? B) was trying B) How she did? B) He caught? C) had tried C) What she did? C) Did they catch? D) try D) Why he did it? D) Was he caught?
9 Librarian: Good morning, (59). Welcome to the library. Remember you can (60) help at the information desk at the front if you can t find what you are looking for (61). 59. A) please 60. A) take 61. A) by your own self B) childs B) make for B) on your self C) children C) ask to C) by yourselves D) childrens D) ask for D) on your selves Helen: Mom! I can t find my yellow T-shirt! Mom: It s in the top drawer. Helen: No, not that one. I want (62) T-shirt with the pink flowers. Mom: Oh, that one. It s in the washing machine. Helen: Oh no! That s the one (63) I wanted to wear to the beach today. It s the (64) I have. 62. A) this 63. A) that 64. A) prettiest B) the B) whom B) only C) a C) whose C) beautiful D) one D) what D) favorite Dad: Somebody left the milk out of the fridge and it s spoiled. Tom: Don t (65) me, Dad. I haven t had any milk to drink today. Dad: I m not, but I m (66) because it means I have to go and get some, which is a waste of time and money, not to mention food! We can avoid (67) kinds of problems so easily if everyone is just a little more thoughtful! 65. A) complain 66. A) late 67. A) this B) make B) ashamed B) these C) argue C) annoyed C) the D) blame D) painful D) there Nick: Dad, can you help me with my homework? Dad: Of course, Nick. I see that (68) four out of six problems. That s good. (69) problem would you like me to help you with first? Nick: This one. I understand it but I don t know how to solve it. Dad: Well, I think you do. You just haven t thought about it (70). 68. A) you re solved 69. A) Which 70. A) careful enough B) you ve solved B) Which one B) very carefully C) you d solve C) What C) enough careful D) you d solved D) What of the D) too carefully
10 Part 5A Διαβάστε προσεχτικά το κείμενο που ακολουθεί. Το κείμενο έχει δώδεκα αριθμημένα κενά. Δεξιά από το κείμενο υπάρχουν τέσσερις 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. The Spelling Bee Did you perhaps participate in the Anatolia Spelling Bee on March 18? Yes? It was a lot of fun, (71)? No, you didn t go? Well, did you (72) about it? No? Well then, let me tell you about it. A spelling bee is simply a spelling contest. You have to stand up and spell words out loud letter by letter. It's that easy. Or not! Let's (73) the word "awful," for example. That's a word everybody knows, right? But you don't always see it written in your textbooks. "O-f-u-l-l" -- wrong! The meaning of the word is (74). Quite a few people couldn't spell it (75). 71. A) wasn't it C) was it B) isn't it D) it isn't 72. A) heard C) listen B) hear D) heart 73. A) give C) to take B) to get D) take 74. A) badly C) full of B) trouble D) terrible 75. A) correctc) correctly B) rightly D) with the right Some words that caused problems have (76) letters, like "honest" and "castle". (Don t make an h sound in the first or a t sound in the second). Others (77) the way we pronounce them, like women. That's English for you! It's not just English itself that's difficult. It's one thing to spell words on paper, quite (78) thing to spell them in thin air. The spellers in the finals were very good. 76. A) incorrect C) silent B) hidden D) wrong 77. A) not spelling C) not spelled B) don t spell D) aren t spelled 78. A) good C) hardly B) another D)
11 They had (79) trouble with hard words like (80) and "disappointed". The poor man who was saying the words to the spellers (81) get help from the judges. They gave him some extra words at the end, after he (82) words like "hippopotamus" and "whistle". It took surprise to finally produce a 6 th grade winner. impossible 79. A) none C) no B) not D) any 80. A) "bicycle" C) bycicle bicycal B) bicicle D) 81. A) must C) have to B) had to D) should 82. A) already uses C) used already B) already used to D) had already used
12 Part 5B Πρώτα, διαβάστε προσεχτικά το κείμενο που ακολουθεί. Το κείμενο έχει τέσσερα αριθμημένα κενά. Κάτω από το κείμενο υπάρχουν τέσσερις 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 -- Don t get your dress dirty, Franklin Little Franklin, two and a half years old, sits on a chair with his white skirt spread over his legs. His hands are holding a hat with a feather. His hair comes down to his shoulders and he is wearing shiny black shoes. In 1884, when Franklin was photographed, boys wore dresses until age six or seven, when they also had their first haircut. For hundreds of years, boys and girls wore white dresses when they were little children. Although white cotton got dirty easily, it was also easy to clean. (83). That s why it was useful not to have different clothes for boys and girls. In the early 20 th century, pink was a boy s color, because red was said to be a boy s color too. Blue was for girls. (84). In the middle of the 20 th century, after the war, things changed. Boys were expected to wear blue from the time they were babies, and girls to wear pink. Dresses for boys were definitely out. Today, many parents know even before a child is born whether it will be a girl or a boy. (85). But today baby and children s clothes that are made to be worn by all children are becoming more popular. Also, more and more parents are allowing their children to choose their own clothes, including the color. (86). Nor a child by the color of its clothes. A) They begin shopping early, too B) You can t judge a book by its cover, they say C) Blue had always been the color of the clothes worn by the Virgin Mary (Η Παναγία) D) It was also easier to make dresses than trousers
13 Part 5B, continued Ακολουθήστε τις ίδιες οδηγίες όπως για το Text #1. Text #2 Happy Birthday! Why do we celebrate birthdays with gifts and wishes? People believed that bad luck would come to people on their birthdays. To protect them, friends and family came over to be with the birthday person and bring good wishes. (87). This is how birthday parties began. Birthday traditions such as birthday candles, which carry wishes up to God, are quite similar in many parts of the world. (88). (89). The birthday child hits the object until it breaks open, and all the children share the chocolates and sweets. In many Asian countries birthdays go with traditions to bring good fortune to the birthday child. First birthdays in China are very important. (90). Then they tell the child s future based on which object the child picks up. In most parts of the world we share a common tradition. A person s birthday is celebrated by a party with a specially made cake with candles. The birthday child makes a silent wish and tries to blow out the candles in one breath; if the child is successful, it means the wish will come true. A) Parents may place their one-year-old in the center of a group of objects B) Giving gifts would keep the bad luck even further away C) For example, in Mexico, the piñata, a decorated paper doll or animal, is filled with candy and hung from the ceiling or a tree D) Some traditions belong to certain countries, however.
14 Part 6A Μελετήστε την εικόνα και απαντήστε στις ερωτήσεις που ακολουθούν, διαλέγοντας από τις τέσσερις απαντήσεις A, B, C, και D. 91. A child is sleeping... A) in the living room. B) in the room next to the kitchen. C) in the room on the right on the first floor. D) in the room next to the bathroom. 92. Above the bookcase in a room on the ground floor... A) there are two pictures. B) there is a comfortable place to sit down. C) there is a lamp and a painting. D) there is a woman going to bed. 93. The number in the picture is... A) seven thousand four hundred nineteen. B) seventeen four nineteen. C) seventy-four hundred nineteen. D) seventy-four thousand nineteen. 94. One of the women upstairs is... A) doing the dishes. B) relaxing while listening to music. C) making the bed. D) putting a child to bed.
15 95. Which sentence describes a scene in the house? A) Children are playing a board game with the dog in the living room. B) The man lying on the kitchen table is reading his newspaper. C) The tall boy at the front door is going to baseball practice. D) The man drinking his coffee at the kitchen table is sitting in front of the fridge. Part 6B Στα άλλα μέρη του διαγωνίσματος υπάρχουν τρεις λανθασμένες απαντήσεις και μία σωστή. Σ αυτό το μέρος, όμως, από τις τέσσερις υπογραμμένες λέξεις ή φράσεις, τρεις είναι σωστές και μία είναι λανθασμένη, γραμματικά ή νοητικά. Σε κάθε πρόταση ή ομάδα προτάσεων βρείτε την λανθασμένη λέξη ή φράση και θα μαυρίσετε στο φύλλο απαντήσεων τον κύκλο που αντιστοιχεί στο γράμμα που βρίσκεται κάτω από το λάθος. Παράδειγμα: The post office isn t far from here. Just take a right at the lights. If you A B will go another 100 meters, you ll see it on your left. C D Η σωστή απάντηση είναι C, γιατί «will go» είναι λάθος. Το σωστό είναι If you go. 96. No one knows better than people who have lost their jobs how nicely it is to go to A B C work every day. D 97. There s no more toothpaste! How do you expect me to wash my teeth without it? A B C D 98. Peter: Have you heard this one? What is black and white and read all over? A B C Vaso: Some kind of zebra? Peter: No, the answer is a newspaper! Why didn t you laughed? Or even smile? D 99. Excuse me, could you please tell me what time is it? I have to be at the airport by A B C D seven o clock Because I hope to go to college in the U.S., I need to be ready to give special A B exams. I m still not sure about what I m going to do, however. Going to the U.S. C D is a big step.
16 Part 7 Διαβάστε προσεχτικά 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 (the following story is based on a poem by Brian Patten) The Last of My Kind A giant and a witch lived in the forest just outside the city. The giant sat in the forest all day and watched things grow. He didn t care when the rain fell on his head or when the fox shared his bed. He was the last of his kind. The witch lived in a nest made of leaves and branches, like a bird. She sang to the birds all day long. She wore old torn clothes but she didn t care. She was happy. She was the last of her kind. forest. Sometimes the giant and the witch talked and walked together in the One day some doctors came and took the witch away. They said she had to stay in a hospital. They didn t mean to be unkind, but the poor witch had gone mad and needed help. In the hospital the witch was always speaking about the giant and the forest. She was very sad. She wanted to return to her nest and sing to the birds again. Day after day she became weaker and weaker. In a month she died. Although the giant kept himself hidden, he took care of the nest day and night expecting the witch to return one day. But the unhappy giant, too, became very sick. He lived a year and a day. Then he died. All this happened not long ago and not far from the highway. Sometimes I walk in the woods and talk with the giant s ghost. He tells me that all this, everything I m telling you, is true. I believe him. I also believe the witch was an ordinary person though her mind was like a broken mirror. The giant, too, was as human as you or me. He was gentle and never hurt a fly. But they both lived in a
17 way that is different from the way most people live today. I also live in the woods. I live on sweet leaves and the rabbits that I catch. I eat the leaves while I read the stars. What stories they tell! From my hiding hole I watch the cars pass by. I, too, am the last of my kind, and I do not want anyone to know who I am The story is told by A) the fox. B) the giant s ghost. C) a doctor.
18 D) not A, B, or C In the hospital A) the doctors made the witch forget about the forest. B) the giant visited the witch. C) the witch felt lonely. D) the doctors were afraid to help the witch The giant probably hid because A) he was afraid the doctors would take him. B) he was getting sick. C) he didn t want to go out without the witch. D) he wanted to watch things grow The giant looked after the nest because A) he was hiding. B) he was waiting for the witch to come back. C) he was in bad health. D) he wanted to die there The story is about A) the end of a way of life. B) the animals that live in a forest. C) a man who has died. D) friendly ghosts.
19 Reading #2 (the following article is from a magazine for teenagers) 5 You've heard of Elvis Presley -- haven't you? By the way, the first "e" in "Presley" is pronounced like the "e" in "red", not the "e" in "pretty". He's one of the most famous singers of all time. No one has sold more records and CDs than Elvis, not even Michael Jackson. Elvis also acted in many movies, though few people watch them nowadays. He still earns about $50 million each year, and he has been dead (or maybe not!) for 35 years. He was born in the U.S. state of Mississippi is 1935, and he died at his home in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1977 at the age of 42, probably of a heart attack. That home, called Graceland, is now the second most visited home in America, second only to the White House. It's a kind of Elvis museum. Unlike the White House, though, you have to pay to see it. 10 Elvis died rich but he came from a poor family. He often went to church with his parents, even as a baby, where he heard a style of singing called "gospel". Gospel songs are full of love for God, and they come from the heart. People who go to church often sing them along with the singers in the choir (χορωδία). Elvis later sang romantic love songs, but he said he had sung love songs all his life. 15 Elvis also listened to African-American singers when he was young, and he was also influenced by this "black music." When his songs were first played on the radio, people didn't know whether the singer was black or white. They had never heard anyone quite like Elvis before, and he was simply introduced as "a new singer, Elvis Presley." His first big hit, "It's All Right, Mama," was first sung by a black singer named Arthur Crudup. Elvis sang the same song in his own special way, and that way would soon have a new name: rock and roll. American teenagers went crazy for it, especially girls, since Elvis was very good-looking and shook his body while he sang. 20 Many fans refused to believe that he had really died. That is one reason that the phrase "Elvis Lives!" became so popular, and many people even now think that they have seen him in public (he would now be 77 years old!). Probably they have simply seen someone who looks like the young Elvis. That's quite possible, because many people try to look like Elvis (and sing like Elvis and dance like Elvis). Some of these men -- and women! -- even appear on stage as "Elvis impersonators." Some of them are so good at it that it is actually their job to perform as Elvis, and they're well paid,
20 25 too. One of them has written a book called Be Elvis!, in which he teaches others how to do it. There are contests every year at Graceland, where Elvis lives on in the acts of his impersonators
21 106. In English, the first "e" in "Presley" is closest in sound to... A) the sound of "ei" in "neighbor". B) the sound of "ea" in "dear". C) the sound of "i" in "big". D) the sound of "ai" in "said" According to Elvis himself, he began singing love songs... A) in church. B) when he became a teenager. C) with his hit "It's All Right, Mama". D) to the girls who went crazy at his shows Which one is NOT a reason that listeners couldn't tell if Elvis was black or white when they first heard him? A) Because of the kind of music he was singing. B) Because he was on the radio. C) Because of the color of his skin. D) Because the announcer hadn't told them An "impersonator"... A) could be the real Elvis Presley. B) is someone who tries to be like someone else. C) is someone who has a hobby of being like Elvis. D) believes that Elvis is still alive Which title best fits (ταιριάζει με) the text? A) Meet Elvis Presley B) Elvis at Graceland C) The Story of Rock and Roll D) I Remember Elvis