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Vocabulary Revision
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
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Age: 12-17
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English Test(9th form End of Term 2 Test)(3 parts)Reading Comprehension: THE INTERNET/Grammar+Voc abulary/Writing(+Key )
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Age: 9-14
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Age: 14-16
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Comparative & Superlative
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Age: 9-12
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1. Read the text.

I get up at 7:45, because my school only starts at 9. I go to the bathroom and then I put on my uniform. I have breakfast with my family around 8:15. I usually have coffe with milk, bread and a piece of fruit. We all leave home at 8:30. My parents drive me to school and go to work. At 4:30 my grandfather takes me home. I always do my homework before dinner. When my parents arrive we eat and I still study a little bit more. Before going to bed, usually around 11, I listen to music and read a sports magazine.


                                                                                                                                                 Diego, 14

Now, answer the questions about the text.
a. What time does Diego get up?                                          b. What time is his breakfast?
c. What do the family have in the breakfast?                        d. When does he do his homework?
e. What does he do before going to bed?    
2. Write the verbs in the Simple Present Tense.
Ex.: She speaks English.
       We speak French.

a. Emily four languages. (TO SPEAK)

b. We sometimes to rock music. (TO LISTEN)

c. Joe and I always fun at the playground. (TO HAVE)

d. My mother usually  her hair twice a week. (TO WASH)
e. She always  nice clothes. (TO WEAR)
f. They always  parties. (TO ENJOY)
g. I up at 7 o’clock every morning. (TO GET)
h. Mr Paul  maths to young children. (TO TEACH)
i. Sarah usually hard. (TO WORK)
j. John   broccoli. ( TO HATE)
3. Complete the sentences about the people in the pictures.  Use these verbs: WAS - WERE +
      EXAMPLE                           A                      B                              C                          D
EX.: They were GOING to work by car.

a. Tom was were apples last Sunday.    

b. She was were  books last night.
c. Kim and Bill was were  at the club.     
d. He was were  football with my friends.
4. Choose the correct comparative.

a. Alice is than Mad Hatter.
b. White Rabbit is than Cheshire Cat.

c. Absolem, the caterpillar, is than White Rabbit.

d. Cheshire Cat is than the twins.

e. Mad Hatter is than the twins.

f. White Rabbit runs than Absolem.

g.Mad Hatter is than Cheshire Cat.

h. Alice is than Mad Hatter. 

5.  What a mess! Can you solve Mr. Smith’ s terrible problem? He  can’t  remember what his students’ names are but he’s got in a paper  that …
Susan is in front of Vicky. Paul is behind Jimmy. Ann is behind Paul. Tim is next to Ann. Peter is in front of Jane. Carol is between  Jimmy and David.  Andy is next to Peter. Mary is behind  Andy  and  David  is in front of Andy.
                                  SUSAN                                CAROL         

6.  Write these sentences into NEGATIVE FORM. 
a. There are two buses in front of school.
b. There is a men behind the door.
c. There is an elephant in the zoo.
d. There are five students in the classroom.
f. There is a car between two motorcicles.
7. Choose the correct option.
          Turn left                    At the corner               Turn right                    Go straight ahead
          At the corner              Turn right                    Go straight ahead         Turn right 
          Turn right                   Go straight ahead         Turn left                      At the corner 
          Go straight ahead        Turn left                      At the corner               Turn left   
8. Look at the map and complete the dialogs.

a.  Starting Point (HOSPITAL)

John: Pardon me, I'm lost, could you tell me how to get to the Post Office?

Policeman: Yes, of course.  into Palm Avenue and  on Bond Road. The Post Office is in the end of the Street.

John: Thanks a lot.
b. Starting Point (POLICE STRATION)

John: Pardon me, I'm lost, could you tell me how to get to the Coffee Shop?

Policeman: Yes, of course.  on Park Street and walk two blocks.  on Palm Avenue. It is  of Bond Road.