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Cambridge Evaluation Test

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Niveau A1: bis 17 Punkte

Niveau A2 (KET): 18 – 23 Punkte

Niveau B1 (PET): 24 – 36 Punkte 

Niveau B2 (FCE): 37 – 45 Punkte

Niveau C1 (CAE): 46 – 51 Punkte

Niveau C2 (CPE): 52 – 60 Punkte

 

Cambridge Evaluation Test

Cambridge Evaluation Test

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Part I - Grammar - 1. Select the one which is grammatically correct.
Look at the sentences in questions 1 – 10.
2. Select the one which is grammatically correct.
3. Select the one which is grammatically correct.
4. Select the one which is grammatically correct.
5. Select the one which is grammatically correct.
6. Select the one which is grammatically correct.
7. Select the one which is grammatically correct.
8. Select the one which is grammatically correct.
9. Select the one which is grammatically correct.
10. Select the one which is grammatically correct.
Decide which is the correct preposition. 11. Peter and Sidney are ...... Australia.
Part I - Grammar Look at sentences 11 – 13.
12. The sofa is ...... the fireplace.
13. I hope you are coming to the party ...... my birthday! 
14. I have never been in Scotland.
Decide if statements 14 and 15 are false or correct.
15. She's married to a doctor, doesn't she?
Decide if statements 14 and 15 are false or correct.
16. If you ever asked someone for their mobile phone number and they said, “Sorry, I don’t own a mobile phone,” you _16_ either that a) they are lying or b) they are crazy. _17_ seems hard to believe that in this day and age there are people who don’t own a mobile phone, but _18_, those people exist, and I am one of them.
The following text has 10 gaps (questions 16 – 25) Decide which of the four options fits. There is only one possible answer.
17. If you ever asked someone for their mobile phone number and they said, “Sorry, I don’t own a mobile phone,” you _16_ either that a) they are lying or b) they are crazy. _17_ seems hard to believe that in this day and age there are people who don’t own a mobile phone, but _18_, those people exist, and I am one of them.
18. If you ever asked someone for their mobile phone number and they said, “Sorry, I don’t own a mobile phone,” you _16_ either that a) they are lying or b) they are crazy. _17_ seems hard to believe that in this day and age there are people who don’t own a mobile phone, but _18_, those people exist, and I am one of them.
19. But why would somebody in their right mind decide to do something so contrary to _19_ society deems so essential? In my case, it was more by accident than _20_. One day I forgot my incredibly expensive phone in a bar and it just _21_. Then, as a way of punishing myself for such a terrible mistake, I decided not to get a new one for some time.
20. But why would somebody in their right mind decide to do something so contrary to _19_ society deems so essential? In my case, it was more by accident than _20_. One day I forgot my incredibly expensive phone in a bar and it just _21_. Then, as a way of punishing myself for such a terrible mistake, I decided not to get a new one for some time.
21. But why would somebody in their right mind decide to do something so contrary to _19_ society deems so essential? In my case, it was more by accident than _20_. One day I forgot my incredibly expensive phone in a bar and it just _21_. Then, as a way of punishing myself for such a terrible mistake, I decided not to get a new one for some time.
22. _22_ a phone, I became fully aware of the extent to which such a small device rules our daily actions. My hand had to reach into my pocket hundreds of times before learning that there wasn’t a phone _23_ in it. It was the first stage of my detox. Every 30 minutes or so, I was desperate to check what _24_ in the world for the last 30 minutes –that was how often I _25_ my phone before losing it. Little did I know that you can get separation anxiety from a machine.
23. _22_ a phone, I became fully aware of the extent to which such a small device rules our daily actions. My hand had to reach into my pocket hundreds of times before learning that there wasn’t a phone _23_ in it. It was the first stage of my detox. Every 30 minutes or so, I was desperate to check what _24_ in the world for the last 30 minutes –that was how often I _25_ my phone before losing it. Little did I know that you can get separation anxiety from a machine.
24. _22_ a phone, I became fully aware of the extent to which such a small device rules our daily actions. My hand had to reach into my pocket hundreds of times before learning that there wasn’t a phone _23_ in it. It was the first stage of my detox. Every 30 minutes or so, I was desperate to check what _24_ in the world for the last 30 minutes –that was how often I _25_ my phone before losing it. Little did I know that you can get separation anxiety from a machine.
25. _22_ a phone, I became fully aware of the extent to which such a small device rules our daily actions. My hand had to reach into my pocket hundreds of times before learning that there wasn’t a phone _23_ in it. It was the first stage of my detox. Every 30 minutes or so, I was desperate to check what _24_ in the world for the last 30 minutes –that was how often I _25_ my phone before losing it. Little did I know that you can get separation anxiety from a machine.

Part II - Reading - World

26. Who says Ma Pampo is the oldest person on earth?
27. What is the position of the Guinness Book of Records?
28. What is Ma Pampo’s explanation for her long life?
29. Ma Pampo’s husband is …
30. Why do people in Dominica live for a long time? Because…

Part II - Reading - Text 2: Read the text and answer questions 31 – 40. - Canine emotions

31. The aim of this text is to
32. This text suggests that
33. Another title for this text could be:
34. The next paragraph of the article could be about
35. How is human jealousy different from that of dogs?
36. Scientists have proved that
37. Why did the dogs in the experiment react as they did?
38. The experiment showed that dogs
39. ‘Inequity aversion’ refers to
40. What can the reader infer from the text as a whole?
Part III - Comprehension - 41. At least 100 Sussex children and staff are thought to be suffering from food poisoning after a Christmas meal. A third of all pupils – aged between nine and 13 – and 10 teachers were struck down after eating a turkey lunch on Wednesday. No one is thought to have been hospitalised.
You will read five short texts 41 – 45 and ten headlines. Match a headline to each text.
42. Travellers flocked to Heathrow Airport yesterday at the start of its busiest ever fortnight. Two million people are expected to travel through the airport between this weekend and 5 January, thanks to the start of the ski season and the traditional Christmas holiday period.
You will read five short texts 41 – 45 and ten headlines. Match a headline to each text.
43. Southend police used patrol cars to block the path of a runaway double-decker bus yesterday as it careered driverless towards a shopping area. Two men had just jumped from the vehicle, which had been reported stolen. Two men in their thirties were arrested.
You will read five short texts 41 – 45 and ten headlines. Match a headline to each text.
44. A London furniture company is putting a £1,500 sofa up for sale for £1 – in return for a promise from the buyer to take someone in need into their home at Christmas. Whoever wins the prize will have to nominate someone who is homeless, or living on their own, or is otherwise not going to have much of a Christmas.
You will read five short texts 41 – 45 and ten headlines. Match a headline to each text.
45. More road accidents are caused by drivers who fall asleep at the wheel than is generally recognized, an MP claimed yesterday. He has called for Government action to help solve the problem.
You will read five short texts 41 – 45 and ten headlines. Match a headline to each text.
Part IV - Listening - 46. For the Celts, 31st October was...
Listen to a TV recording about the history of Halloween and answer questions 46 – 51. The recording is below.
47. That day, the villagers lit big bonfires...
Listen to a TV recording about the history of Halloween and answer questions 46 – 51. The recording is below.
48. All Saints Day...
Listen to a TV recording about the history of Halloween and answer questions 46 – 51. The recording is below.
49. When the Irish arrived in America, they...
Listen to a TV recording about the history of Halloween and answer questions 46 – 51. The recording is below.
50. The children wore masks...
Listen to a TV recording about the history of Halloween and answer questions 46 – 51. The recording is below.
51. The neighbours gave candy to the youngsters...
Listen to a TV recording about the history of Halloween and answer questions 46 – 51. The recording is below.
Part V - Vocabulary - 52. Our son has ........ up a close friendship with another boy at his new school and seems to be settling in well.
In sentences 52 – 60, fill in the correct word that would complete the phrase.
53. Mark has friends in high ........ and should be able to get the funding we need for the project.
In sentences 52 – 60, fill in the correct word that would complete the phrase.
54. He's the spitting ........ of his twin brother and you really can't tell them apart.
In sentences 52 – 60, fill in the correct word that would complete the phrase.
55. We had a serious disagreement last year but lately, we've been ........ bridges and things are looking more positive.
In sentences 52 – 60, fill in the correct word that would complete the phrase.
56. Sarah is great at fundraising and Paul is an IT expert so together they were a ........ made in heaven when they set up the charity.
In sentences 52 – 60, fill in the correct word that would complete the phrase.
57. There's certainly no love ......... between the two opponents and fans are expecting a lively fight in the world championships.
In sentences 52 – 60, fill in the correct word that would complete the phrase.
58. When it came to a career choice, he followed in his father's ........ and became a policeman.
In sentences 52 – 60, fill in the correct word that would complete the phrase.
59. A study looking at friendships shows that being ........ the same wavelength and being in agreement about crucial issues is important.
In sentences 52 – 60, fill in the correct word that would complete the phrase.
60. She certainly follows in her mother's ........ in terms of her interest in reading.
In sentences 52 – 60, fill in the correct word that would complete the phrase.
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