Part 1. Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines.
Part 2. Choose the best correct answer to complete the sentence.
Part 3. Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write letter A-H for each answer.
Kate: Hello! (Kate’s speaking.)
Linda: ___(17)___ ……………
Kate: ___(18)___ ……………
Linda: Oh sorry. Am I disturbing you?
Kate: No. you aren‘t, It‘s OK.
Linda: Oh good. ___(19)___ ……………
Kate: Yeah. I do. ___(20)___ …………… Ready? It‘s 8693 2210.
Linda: 8693 2210. Thanks.
Kate: ___(21)___ ……………
Linda: It‘s Steve’s birthday next weekend. I want to buy him something.
Kate: Ah, clever you! ___(22)___ ……………
Linda: That’s right.
Kate: Ok. But you can‘t talk to him now. He’s playing football. Phone him after lunch.
A. Listen, do you have Jack’s phone number?
B. Hi. Kate. It’s Linda here. How are things?
C. Why do you want Jack’s number?
D. You want to ask Jack what Steve likes.
E. Of course
F. OK. I’m doing some homework and I’m not enjoying it!
G. You’re welcome
H. Just a moment.
Part 4. Read and choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next to numbers 1-6
Information ___(23)___ what happens in the world comes to US in many ways. Television and radio are two ___(24)___ ways of the news. They get the news out faster ___(25)___ the newspapers and ___(26)___ and they don‘t have to be read.
Television and radio stations I broadcast the news several times each day. In America, there are the news ___(27)___ every hour. People can choose the favourite TV programmes, such as sports, ___(28)___, fashion, news, etc. People who cannot read get the news from television or radio easily.
Part 5. Read the passage and answer the following questions by choosing A, B, C or D
This is Nga’s grandma. She used to live on a farm when she was a young girl. Life was hard then so she didn‘t go to school because she had to stay home and help her mom. She used to look after her younger brothers and sisters. Nga’s great- grandma used to cook the meals, clean the house and wash the clothes. That was a hard work and there wasn‘t any electricity then so she had to do everything without the help of modern equipment. In the evening, Nga’s great- grandmother and great-grandfather used to stay home. She lit the lamp and he used to tell Nga’s grandma stories after dinner. And the best one Nga’s grandma still remembered was The Lost Shoe.