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School life test: Language part

Posted on January 4 2018, 17:47pm

Categories: #Spotlight on English Tunisia

 

1-Match the sentences parts to get a meaningful paragraph. Be careful! There is an extra sentence in B.

NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS FOR TEENS:

A

B

C

  1. I’m going to learn how to say “No” to things that are not good for my studies.
  2. I’m going to make small, healthy changes in my eating habits.
  3. I’m going to be more honest with my parents about my school problems.
  4. I’m going to give and ask respect in my relationship with my classmates.
  1. So, I’m not going to let others mistreat me or bully me either emotionally or physically.
  2. They really do want what’s best for me and can help me even if they are angry or disappointed.
  3. I’m going to spend less time on my cell phone and computer and work more on my studies.
  4. For example: I won’t eat out often, I will get more sleep, exercise, and listen to my body.  
  5. I’m going to make dinner for the family without being asked.

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2+.

 

3+.

 

4+.

 

2-Circle the correct option

I was still shy and half paralyzed (at – on – with) fear when I was in the presence of a crowd and the first day at the new school (make – made – making) me look stupid in front of all the class. The teacher sent me to the board (to – because – for) write my name and address. I knew (how – where – who) to write it, but standing at the board with the eyes of the many girls and boys looking at me was the toughest moment. I (left – felt – fell) unable (write – to write – wrote) a single letter. Just then, the teacher stood up and walked to my side smiling. What’s your name?” she (shouted – yelled – whispered) tenderly. “Jack Wright” I answered.

3-Put the words in parentheses in the right tense or form

Leigh was in the eighth grade when the messages started_ first, a weird text on her new cell phone, then some nasty comments on her face book pictures. Since her first year in high school, she learned that some of her classmates had created a website but she (not know) ……………………………..it was specifically to upset her. She was mercilessly targeted by intimidating and threatening emails and defamatory remarks. She was so upset that she couldn’t (concentrate) …………………………  on schoolwork any longer. She lost appetite, had nightmares and even spent (sleep) ……………………………. nights dreading what would happen to her. It was so bad that she changed school. She also had to (change) ……………………….. her email address and cell phone number.

Now 18, Leigh says that she has come through a terrible experience of cyber bullying. “You feel you are (taunt)…………………………………everywhere. The only way to survive is to ask someone for help and take the right (decide) …………………………… at the right time.” 

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