17 LEGACY A1 Test 3A

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TEST 3A (Unit 3) NAME ......................................................................................................... DATE ..................................... CLASS .......................................................................................................... MARK –––––– 100 (Time 50 minutes) Listening A Directions: You will hear a recording twice. Before you listen to it, you will have 2 minutes to read questions 1-5. While listening for the first time, you can look at the questions, but you are not allowed to take notes. After you hear the whole recording, you will have 3 minutes to answer the questions, choosing the answer (A, B or C) which you think fits best. Then you will hear the recording again and you will have 1 minute to check your answers. 1 Sophie’s brother is a … 4 Luke’s sister Alice is … A hairdresser. A serious. B vet. B silly. C mechanic. C funny and clever. 2 Luke has got … 5 Mary has got … A one sister. A long red hair. B two sisters. B long dark hair. C two brothers. C short dark hair. 3 Mary … A does people’s hair. B looks after sick animals. C repairs cars. Marks ____ 53 15 B Directions: You will hear a recording twice. Before you listen to it, you will have 2 minutes to read statements 6-10. While listening for the first time, you can look at the statements, but you are not allowed to take notes. After you hear the whole recording, you will have 3 minutes to mark the statements as T (True), F (False) or NI (No Information). Then you will hear the recording again and you will have 1 minute to check your answers. 6 The speaker gets up at six o’clock. ........ 7 The speaker doesn’t eat breakfast. ........ 8 The speaker has lunch in the afternoon. ........ 9 The speaker does his homework at four o’clock. ........ 10 At six o’clock, the speaker watches TV. ........ Marks ____ 53 15 © Express Publishing PHOTOCOPIABLE 1 Legacy A1

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TEST 3A Reading C Directions: Read the text below. Then, read the statements that follow it and mark them as T (True), F (False) or NI (No Information). Busy as a Bee! Mrs Pearce is a very busy woman. After her family leaves the house in the morning, she starts doing her chores. First, she makes everyone’s bed and then she goes to the kitchen and does the washing-up. After that, she prepares a tasty lunch for her family. When everyone returns home, she lays the table and serves lunch. Her son, Adam, does martial arts and her daughter, Karen, plays basketball in a team, so in the afternoon, Mrs Pearce takes them to practice. After she comes back, Mrs Pearce has a short rest. In the evenings, she helps the children with their homework and then she gets ready to cook dinner. She sometimes likes surfing the Net to find new recipes to cook for her family. After dinner, she sits down and chats with her husband before she goes to bed to rest before another busy day begins. 11 Mrs Pearce does the washing-up before she makes the beds. .......... 12 All of Mrs Pearce’s family eat lunch together. .......... 13 Karen daughter is on the school basketball team. .......... 14 Mrs Pearce takes a short break in the afternoon. .......... 15 Mrs Pearce surfs the Net to read the news. .......... Marks ____ 52 10 Use of English D Directions: Circle the answer (A, B or C) which best completes each sentence. 16 ........ bikes are in the garden. 22 ........ to school in the mornings. A Mark’s and Claire A She walks often B Mark and Claire’s B She often walks C Mark’s and Claire’s C Often she walks 17 My mother and aunt ........ speak English. 23 ........ mother is my Chemistry teacher. A aren’t B doesn’t C don’t A Pete’s and Keith B Pete’s and Keith’s 18 The ........ food bowl is empty, that’s why he’s C Pete and Keith’s hungry. A dogs’s B dog’s C dogs’ 24 Who ........ next to at school? A do you sit B you sit C you do sit 19 My sister ........ her teeth every day. A brush B brushes C brushies 25 What I like about Chris is that .......... polite. A he is always 20 Ben enjoys ........ a walk when he has free time. B always he is A taking B takes C take C is he always 21 “Do you play tennis every weekend?” “Yes, ........ .” A I play B I do C I do play Marks ____ 102 20 © Express Publishing PHOTOCOPIABLE 2 Legacy A1

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TEST 3A E Directions: Read the text and circle the answer (A, B or C) that best suits each gap. Of all my relatives, Uncle Ron is my favourite. He’s very 26) .......... and when he sits down his 27) .......... don’t touch the floor. He’s fat and has a large stomach . He hasn’t got any hair on the top of his 28) .........., but he does have a long, brown 29) .......... and a beard. Uncle Ron and his 30) .......... Petunia, have a son, Jake. Jake isn't just my 31) .........., he’s also my best friend. We’re in the same class at school and we sit together at the same desk. We 32) .......... all our free time together too. Every afternoon, Jake comes over to my house and we 33) .......... video games. We’re also on the school football team so we go to football 34) .......... every weekend. I’m really lucky to have Jake in my life. He’s great company and he’s always there to give a helping 35) .......... when I need it. 26 A tall B short C long 31 A nephew B niece C cousin 27 A knees B feet C ankles 32 A take B spend C make 28 A chest B skull C head 33 A have B get C play 29 A moustache B lip C nose 34 A activity B training C assignment 30 A aunt B wife C mother-in-law 35 A hand B finger C arm Marks ____ 102 20 Writing F Directions: Write an email to your English-speaking friend, Jack, about your best friend (60-80 words). In your email:  describe what he/she looks like.  say what he/she is like.  say what he/she does in his/her free time. ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ Marks ____ 20 © Express Publishing PHOTOCOPIABLE 3 Legacy A1