UNIT 6 TEST UNIT 6 TEST - El Kojote

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PROJECT 2 EXTRA TESTS. © OXFORD ... UNIT 6 TEST. UNIT 6 TEST ... MARK . .... / 6. 2 Circle the correct word. Example. John walked slow/ slowly to the door.

UNIT 6 TEST 1

Rewrite the sentences with the adverb. Example I come here in summer (often) I often come here in summer.

3

Complete the sentences with has to or have to. Example I have to go to the dentist’s this afternoon.

1 We go to the mountains in winter. (sometimes)

1 We tomorrow. 2 Jenny homework.

2 I am tired in the evenings. (always)

3 My dad doesn’t work on Sundays. (often)

do a lot of

3 Ken today.

help his mother

4 You school!

work in this

5 Does Silvia school tomorrow? 6 Do I

4 They finish school at four o’clock. (normally)

get up early

go to eat everything? MARK ..... / 6

4

5 There are good films at that cinema. (often)

6 People are very friendly here. (always)

Kirsty works in a hotel in the mountains. Write sentences saying what she has to do, and what she doesn’t have to do. Examples speak English and German? yes She has to speak English and German. work on Sundays? no She doesn’t have to work on Sundays. 1 make the beds? no

MARK ..... / 6

2

Circle the correct word.

2 buy the food? yes

Example John walked slow/ slowly to the door. 1 Please speak slow/slowly. 2 I had a quick/quickly shower this morning.

3 cook at lunchtime? no

3 I can’t ski very good/well. 4 Paul read the letter careful/carefully.

4 wash the dishes? yes

5 That music is too loud/loudly! 6 The pilot flew the plane safe/safely. 7 He didn’t hit me very hard/hardly.

5 wash people’s clothes? no

8 Be careful/carefully! MARK ..... / 8 MARK ..... / 5

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Complete the conversation with the words in the box. better A

don’t

ideas

let’s

we do something

shall B

interesting today? Have you got any good

Why

we see

that film about animals?

?

A

Mmm. I’ve got a idea.

go to the

zoo. MARK ..... / 5

6

Read the text and decide whether sentences 1–10 are true (T) or false (F).

Did you know that the first zoos were a form of entertainment for kings? Some of them are very old. The first zoo was in China in 1400. In Europe, many zoos opened in the nineteenth century. London Zoo opened in 1826. Soon there were lots of animals. It had the first collection of reptiles, the first aquarium, and the first insect house. Londoners liked going to see the animals, especially big animals like pandas and gorillas. One gorilla, called Guy, was very famous. Today you can see a statue of him in the zoo. But many people don’t like zoos. They think it is wrong for animals to be in cages. But zoos are changing. They look after animals more carefully now. In many zoos animals are not in cages. They have more space to move about freely. And perhaps the zoos are helping to save some animals from dying out.

1 Some zoos are very old. 2 There was a zoo in China in 1400. 3 London Zoo opened in 1926. 4 London Zoo had lots of different animals.

6 Their favourite animals were small animals like insects. 7 A gorilla in London Zoo became very famous. 8 Today there is a statue of him.

5 People in London liked going to the zoo.

9 Zoos today don’t look after animals very well. 10 They keep all the animals in cages. MARK ..... / 10

TOTAL ...... / 40 PROJECT 2 EXTRA TESTS

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