Ingles gy llad013 HOR6pR 16, 2011 8 pagos COUCHING PERIODS – FEBRUARY 2011 COLEGIO SAN FRANCISCO 2010 LUCAS LLADO 1. Read and complete. For each number 1-12, choose a Word or phraseA, B or C. MISTERY IN THE SKY Many people see strange things in the Sky and think they be CIFOS (Unidentified Flying Objects). It’s certainly difficult what happened to a Young Australian pilot in 1978. At 6. 19pm on 21 October, 20-year-old Frederick Valentich took off in a Cessna 182 from Melbourne. He to fly over the sea to King Island, beMeen Australia and the island ofTasmania. At 7. 06pm, Valentich contacted Steve Robe at Air Traffic Control

Swp to page in Melbourne, becau org Ro bey was very surp d to View aircraft in the area. B the s watched the UFO flyi fast with a green ligh Then it disappeared from the sky. c raft over him. be any other n’t alone. Valentich ct was long and very it wasn’t a plane. At 7. 1 Ipm, when Valentich was Still 30 minutes from land, he reported engine problems. «l’m going he told Robey. Suddenly he shouted «l to reach King Island,» see that strange thing above me again, and it’s not an aircraft! » Robey strange noise over the radio, and then there was silence. The Cessna 182 never reached King Island: the plane and pilot ompletely disappeared.

We happened to Frederick Valentich. 1 . A can B could C mustn’t 2. A to explain probably never know What B explain C explained 3. A must B have C had 4. A can B could C did 5. A to fly B flying C flew 6. A ought B should C shouldn’t 7. A him B his C himself 8. A saw B watched C looked g. A try B totry C trying 10. A can B could C might 1 1 . A listened g heard C sounded 12. A Will B won’t C can’t 2. Read agan and make questions for these answers (—’22) a) Twenty years Old- b) King Island c) At Air Traffic Control d) Long and very fast with a green light e) No, it never did. 3. Gerund or infinitive: match the beginnings with the endings. Tiffanys parents want her But Tiffany feels like 2. . She promises 4. Her parents want to avoid So they allow her 6. She’s dreaming of also people (buy) books in bookshops. But today many books (sell) in supermarkets and other shops. A Iot of (buy) books over the Internet and the books (send) to them by Post. In fact, you don’t have to read paper books any more. Lots of books (record) and are e-books which (listen) to them on cassette or CD. And there (download) onto MP3 players and (listen) to by people on the bus or train, or on their way o school. 5. Complete the sentences with negative adjectives.

When you are rude, you are b. It’s against the law. It’s c. It can’t be seen. It’s d. can’t believe it- Its 6. Choose the correct phrasal a. We are best friends. We get on – get up well together. b. After robbing the bank, the three men got back – got away with a million dollars. c. I don’t know this word. I have to set it up — look it up in a dictionary. d. When I grow up — stand up, Will be a doctor. e. Write down — calm dovvn, relax and stop panickin% please! f. You have just slowed down – let me down! l’m very disappointed! I trusted you. . Simple Past, Past Continuous or Past Perfect? 116) Amazing but true! One day a fisherman on the Arral Sea (1) a day ‘s work. It (2) very happy. He (4) (not catch) (rain) and he (3) (sail) home after (not feel) (not have) a very good day and (5) 31_1f8 happy. He (4) (not have) a very good day and (not catch) very many fish. Suddenly, he (6) (hear) a strange noise. A cow (7) (fly) towards his boat! The cow (8) (hit) the boat and nearly (9) (destroy) it. When the fisherman (10) (get back) home, people (11) (not believe) his story_ Then, some time later, the US Air Force (12) (show) that the fisherman (13) lanes (14) (tell) the truth.

While one of their transport (fly) over Arral sea, a cow on the plane (15) and the pilot (16) sea! (throw) it out into the 8. Write a paragraph about your obligations at home. Include MUST – HAVE TO – DON’T HAVE TO – SHOULD – SHOULDN’T. Include connectors. ( g. Write a paragraph abo e holidays. Include GOING TO- WILL – WONT. pres. onditional sentences tvpe 10. This is the itinerary of Tiffanys holiday to Egypt. ts now the evening on day 3: which activities has she done and which ones hasn’t she done yet? ( 11 2) Day 1: fly to Cairo, in Egypt. Day 2: see the pyramids and the sphinx. Sail in a boat on the Nile.

Day 3: visit the Egyptian Museum. Go shopping in the bazaars. Day 4: ride camels in the desert Day 5: travel by train to Luxor. Visit the temples of Luxor and Kamak. Day 6: visit the Valley of kings and Queens. 1. Read and complete. Fo er 1-12, choose a Word or phrase A, B or C. know the Price of a bottle of milk and 34% seem that it costs over $1 * However, 66% know exactly how much the successful Apple iPod Mini * And how much to bring up a child until theyre 21? Just under two-thirds think the cost was $50,000 or less. In fact, the true cost is a painful SI 40,000 and only one in five teenagers hat. Over half of teens are more worried about having money. good than * Some think that the British Prime Minister is a very rich man. A third of teenagers believe that he gets over $ 1 million a year (he actually gets SI 78,000, which isn’t bad! ) no money? 12% ofteenagers think * And What about that the expression «being in the red» (which means you’ve borrowed money, or spent money you don’t have) means being embarrassed. How embarrassing for a few red-faced teenagers! 1. A ask B are asked Care asking 2. A know B to know C knowing 3. A holpeless Bhoping Chopeful 4. A laugh B laughing C to laugh 5.

A thing Bthinking C to think 6. A costs B is costing C was costing 7. A costs B is it costing C was costing 8. A know B knows C is knowing g. A look g looking C to look 10. A havingB have C to have 2. Ask questions related to the article Yes. Teenagers know how much an Apple iPod Mini costs. b- No. teenagers don’t know bottle of milk. It costs $140,OOO d- Over half of teens are worried. It means being embarrassed. 1 . Complete with the present perfect or past simple of the verbs. Zorbing is a new sport and not a lot of people yet. Dwane van der Sluis and Andrew Akers zorbing in New Zealand in the 1 990s. he inventors try) it (invent) (want) to design a ball so that people could «walk» on water but it (not work) veo,’ well. Then they centres now (try) rolling it down a hill with great success. Zorbing (open) around the world and soon everyone Will know someone who (try) the sport. «Once yau (have) a go, you want to do it again and again,» a teenage zorber said. 2. Write sentences uslng the correct form of the verb: present simple or will. 1. 1 2. Ifwe plane. (Cook) supper tonight if you (not hurry), we 3. My sister _(be) a doctor if she (like). (miss) the (pass) her exams. 4. If the team (win) the game. (score) another goal, they map. rbecue. (not get) lost if we (rain) tomorrow, we (look) at the (not have) a button concentrate election ladder Wig 1. There’s going to be an minister. 2. The music Is very loud – it’s hard for me to work- 3. Our school has its Sports Day in June. 4. It takes longer to at Sea leve. electricity horoscope for a new prime on my an egg in the mountains than 5. We should switch off the lights to save 5. He wanted to be a soldier, so he joined the 7. She has short dark hair, but today she’s wearing a blonde 8. A fire-fighter climbed up a house. to the roof of the 9. Tell me Your star sign and 1’11 read out Your 10.

You press this o start the washing machine. 4. Complete with adjectives: positive or negative ones. a. I broke my lega It was very b. My best friend graduated from university with a 10 average. He Will be very c. You must be very with kids. when you cross the streets d. When you phone «Telefonica», the assistants are very rude. They are 5. Complete using the correct phrasal verb. a. The volume was very loud. I asked him to turn it down/turn it b. Try bungee jumping. It’s a new experience. You should try out/take out. c. My mother and my father don’t get away/get on well. d. got to/got up school 81_1f8 e. set up/grew up in the an Juan.