4Cze4 czerwca 2020 Higher levels test (for exam groups) Test języka angielskiego on-line powinien precyzyjnie wskazać Państwa poziom zaawansowania (wg. systemu poziomów International House World Organisation oraz skali CEFR), jednak do pełnego, miarodajnego wyniku niezbędna jest rozmowa z nauczycielem. Czas rozwiązywania testu powinien wynosić nie więcej niż 50 minut, niezależnie od grupy wiekowej, dla której jest przeznaczony. Prosimy pamiętać, że należy go napisać samodzielnie, w przeciwnym wypadku wynik nie będzie odzwierciedlał tego, co Państwo naprawdę umiecie. Po ukończeniu testu pojawi się jego rezultat, a następnie należy wybrać dogodny dla siebie termin rozmowy kwalifikacyjnej, która przeprowadzona będzie za pomocą komunikatora Zoom. UWAGA! – Rozmowy kwalifikacyjne, dopełniające tzw. test pisemny, przeprowadzane są przez Zoom’a, Meeting ID: 87540460366 Są to połączenia bez konieczności podawania hasła, prosimy jednak pamiętać, że najpierw należy zarezerwować termin, a następnie logować się używając imienia i nazwiska, na które wypełniało się test online. Anonimowe próby połączenia z użyciem pseudonimów będą ignorowane. Adres e-mail Imię i nazwisko Nr telefonu Wyrażam zgodę na przetwarzanie moich danych osobowych dla potrzeb niezbędnych do realizacji procesu rekrutacji. Administratorem danych jest International House Toruń 1. Many teachers ....... their students should learn a foreign language.say tosaytelltell youI don’t know the answer2. Learning a second language is not the same ....... learning a first language.likethenthanasI don’t know the answer3. It takes ....... to learn any language.long timelonga long timemany timeI don’t know the answer4. It is said that Chinese is perhaps the world's ....... language to master.hardermore hardhardestmost hardestI don’t know the answer5. English is also difficult because of the exceptions ....... have to be learnt.whowhichwhatwhomI don’t know the answer6. You can learn quite quickly, but only if you ....... make an effort.are wantingwill toare willing toare willingI don’t know the answer7. A lot of people aren't used ....... grammar in their own language.to the studyto studystudyingto studyingI don’t know the answer8. Many adult students wish they ....... learning earlier.would startwould have startedhad startedstartI don’t know the answer9. In some countries students have to spend a lot of time working ....... .on itby itin itat itI don’t know the answer10. There aren't ....... easy ways of learning languages in your own country.noanysomefewI don’t know the answer11. Some people try to improve their English by ....... the BBC World Service.listeninghearinghearing tolistening toI don’t know the answer12. ....... with a foreign family can be a good way to learn a language.LiveAliveLifeLivingI don’t know the answer13. It's no use ....... to learn a language just by studying a dictionary.to tryin tryingtryingto tryingI don’t know the answer14. Many students of English would ....... take tests.rather don'trather prefer notrather no torather notI don’t know the answer15. Some people think it's time we all ....... a single international language.learnshould learnlearntwill learnI don’t know the answer16. In some countries ....... very hot all the time.there isisit isbeI don’t know the answer17. In cold countries people wear thick clothes ....... warm.for keepingto keepfor to keepto keepingI don’t know the answer18. ....... people don't know what it's like in other countries.The mostMost ofMostLeastI don’t know the answer19. Very ....... people can travel abroad.lesslittlefewsomeI don’t know the answer20. In England ....... time of year is usually from December to February.coldestthe coldestcoldercoldI don’t know the answer21. In England people are always talking about ....... .weathera weatherthe weatherweathersI don’t know the answer22. Water ...... at a temperature of 100°C.is to boilis boilingboilsboilesI don’t know the answer23. ....... people don't know what it's like in other countries.The mostMost ofMostMostestI don’t know the answer24. In some places ....... almost every day.it is rainingthere is rainingit rainsthere rainsI don’t know the answer25. Countries near the Equator have ....... weather even in the cold season.a warmthe warmwarmwarmingI don’t know the answer26. Where ....... this beautiful hat?have you boughtyou boughtyou buydid you buyI don’t know the answer27. Mohammad Ali ....... his first world title fight in 1960.has wonwonwinnedis winningI don’t know the answer28. After he ....... an Olympic gold medal he became a professional boxer.had wonhave wonwas winningwould winI don’t know the answer29. His religious beliefs ....... change his name when he became champion.have made himmade him tomade himwould madeI don’t know the answer30. If he ....... lost his first fight with Liston, none would've been surprised.haswould havehadhad hadI don’t know the answer31. He has travelled a lot ....... as a boxer and a famous personality.eitherandorbothI don’t know the answer32. He is very well known ....... the world.in alland allall inall overI don’t know the answer33. Many people ....... he is the greatest boxer of all time.are believingbelievesbelieveis believingI don’t know the answer34. To be the best ....... is not easy.at allfrom allin allof allI don’t know the answer35. Like any top sportsman he ....... train very hard when he was fighting.mustshouldhas tohad toI don’t know the answer36. Though he has lost his title, we ....... always remember him as a champion.wouldwilldidhadI don’t know the answer37. Charles Walker teaches at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He .......has joinedjoinedjoinswould joinI don’t know the answer38. the staff of the school in 1978 and ....... there ever since.workedhas been workingworkswas workingI don’t know the answer39. Before ....... to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales,movethe moveto movemovingI don’t know the answer40. and before that he ...... a student at Cambridge University.has beenwaswas beingwereI don’t know the answer41. So far he ...... in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales,isn'twasn'thasn't beendidn't beI don’t know the answer42. but he likes the city a lot and ...... like to stay there for two more years,shouldwouldcouldshallI don’t know the answer43. or, ...... he puts it,howwhichaslikeI don’t know the answer44. until his two children ...... grown up a bit.will havewill behavehadI don’t know the answer45. He met his wife, Kate, while he ...... abroad for a while, and they gotwas to livewas livinghad been livinghas livedI don’t know the answer46. married in 1976. Their children, Pat and Sue, ...... both born in Norwich.arewerehave beenhad beenI don’t know the answer47. The Walker’s boy, ...... is four, has just started at nursery school,whowhichhethatI don’t know the answer48. but his sister ...... at home for another couple of years,staysshall staywill have stayedwill be stayingI don’t know the answer49. because she is nearly two years ...... than him.youngermore youngthe youngerjuniorI don’t know the answer50. Charles and Kate Walker ...... to live in the country,are usedusewill useusedI don’t know the answer51. but now they have children they ...... into the city.have movedmovemovedhave been movingI don’t know the answer52. Charles wanted a house ...... the schoolnearlyclosenextnearI don’t know the answer53. ...... get to work easily.forin ordersotoI don’t know the answer54. Unfortunately, ...... one the two of them really wanted was too expensive,athethatthisI don’t know the answer55. so they ...... buy one a bit further away.shouldmustcouldhad toI don’t know the answer56. By the time the children ..... to secondary school,gowill gowill have gonewill have been goingI don’t know the answer57. ...... Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich,thatwhichwhatwhoI don’t know the answer58. the Walkers ...... living there for at least fifteen years.will have beenhave beenwill beareI don’t know the answer59. They can’t be sure if they ....., but if theystaywill staydo staywill have stayedI don’t know the answer60. ..... their friends won’t be too surprised.didn'twon'taren'tdon'tI don’t know the answer61. John’s coming to see you, .....?hasn’t he?wasn't he?did he?isn't he?I don’t know the answer62. It’s been a long time since you’ve seen him, ......?hasn’t it?isn't it?haven’t you?aren’t they?I don’t know the answer63. He’s due to arrive tomorrow, ......?won't he?doesn't he?will he?isn't he?I don’t know the answer64. He won’t be getting in till about 10.30, ......?is he?isn't he?will he?won't he?I don’t know the answer65. You met him while you were on holiday, ......didn't you?weren’t you?haven't you?wouldn't you?I don’t know the answer66. No doubt you’d rather he stayed in England now, ......?wouldn’t you?didn’t you?shouldn’t you?hadn’t youI don’t know the answer67. Nobody else has been told he’s coming, .....?is hehas hedoes hehave theyI don’t know the answer68. We’d better not stay up too late tonight, ......?didn't wehave wehad wedon't weI don’t know the answer69. I suppose it’s time we called it a day, .....?didn’t weisn't itdon't Idon't weI don’t know the answer70. I think I’m expected to pick him up, ......?don't Iaren't Iare youis heI don’t know the answer71. The history of ...... is aeroplanean aeroplaneaeroplanesthe aeroplanesI don’t know the answer72. ...... short one. For many centuries menquite aa quitequitequitI don’t know the answer73. ...... to fly, but withare tryingtryhad triedhave been tryingI don’t know the answer74. ...... success. In the 19th century a few peoplelittlea littlefewa fewI don’t know the answer75. succeeded ...... in balloons. But it wasn’t untilinto flyingto flyto flyingin flyingI don’t know the answer76. the beginning of ...... century that anybodythisthatnextbeforeI don’t know the answer77. ..... able to fly in a machinewereiswaswould have beenI don’t know the answer78. ..... was heavier than air, in other words, inwhowhatwherewhichI don’t know the answer79. ...... we now call a plane. The first people to achieve “powered flight”whowhatwherewhichI don’t know the answer80. were the Wright brothers. ...... was the machine which was the forerunnerHisTheirTheirsYoursI don’t know the answer81. of supersonic airliners that are ...... common sight today.suchsuch asosuch theI don’t know the answer82. They ...... hardly have imagined that in 1968,shouldcouldn'tshouldn'tcouldI don’t know the answer83. ...... more that half a century later, a mannot muchnot manyno muchno manyI don’t know the answer84. ...... landed on the moon.will bewould bewill havewould haveI don’t know the answer85. Already ...... is taking the first steps towards the stars.mana manthe manhumanI don’t know the answer86. Although space satellites have existed ...... less than forty years,sinceduringthroughforI don’t know the answer87. We are now dependent ...... them for all kinds offromofonwithI don’t know the answer88. ...... .informationsinformationan informationinformI don’t know the answer89. Not only ...... being used for scientific research in space,are theythey arethere areare thereI don’t know the answer90. but also to see what kind of weather ...... .comingcomesis comingwas comingI don’t know the answer91. By 1998 there ...... have been satellites in space for over 45 yearswouldmustwillwereI don’t know the answer92. and all space powers are planning to ..... massive space stations built.havemakeletdoI don’t know the answer93. When these ...... completed, it will be the first timearewill beare going towill have beenI don’t know the answer94. ...... astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers.thatwerewhenthenI don’t know the answer95. ...... all that, in many ways the mostApartExceptForGivenI don’t know the answer96. remarkable flight ...... all wasofaboveatinI don’t know the answer97. ...... of the flying bicycle, which the world saw on television,that oneitthatheI don’t know the answer98. ...... across the Channel from England to France,flyingflyto flyflewI don’t know the answer99. with nothing ...... a man to power it.apartbutthanmoreI don’t know the answer100. As the flyer said, “It’s the first time ...... what hard work it is to be a bird!”I realiseI’m realisingI’ve realisedI would realiseI don’t know the answerTime is Up!