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.

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1.

Many teachers ....... their students should learn a foreign language.

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Learning a second language is not the same ....... learning a first language.

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It takes ....... to learn any language.

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It is said that Chinese is perhaps the world's ....... language to master.

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English is also difficult because of the exceptions ....... have to be learnt.

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You can learn quite quickly, but only if you ....... make an effort.

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A lot of people aren't used ....... grammar in their own language.

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Many adult students wish they ....... learning earlier.

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In some countries students have to spend a lot of time working ....... .

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There aren't ....... easy ways of learning languages in your own country.

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Some people try to improve their English by ....... the BBC World Service.

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....... with a foreign family can be a good way to learn a language.

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It's no use ....... to learn a language just by studying a dictionary.

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Many students of English would ....... take tests.

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Some people think it's time we all ....... a single international language.

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In some countries ....... very hot all the time.

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In cold countries people wear thick clothes ....... warm.

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....... people don't know what it's like in other countries.

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Very ....... people can travel abroad.

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In England ....... time of year is usually from December to February.

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In England people are always talking about ....... .

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Water ...... at a temperature of 100°C.

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....... people don't know what it's like in other countries.

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In some places ....... almost every day.

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Countries near the Equator have ....... weather even in the cold season.

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Where ....... this beautiful hat?

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Mohammad Ali ....... his first world title fight in 1960.

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After he ....... an Olympic gold medal he became a professional boxer.

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His religious beliefs ....... change his name when he became champion.

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If he ....... lost his first fight with Liston, none would've been surprised.

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He has travelled a lot ....... as a boxer and a famous personality.

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He is very well known ....... the world.

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Many people ....... he is the greatest boxer of all time.

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To be the best ....... is not easy.

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Like any top sportsman he ....... train very hard when he was fighting.

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Though he has lost his title, we ....... always remember him as a champion.

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Charles Walker teaches at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He .......

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the staff of the school in 1978 and ....... there ever since.

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Before ....... to Norwich, he taught in Italy and in Wales,

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and before that he ...... a student at Cambridge University.

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So far he ...... in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales,

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but he likes the city a lot and ...... like to stay there for two more years,

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or, ...... he puts it,

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until his two children ...... grown up a bit.

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He met his wife, Kate, while he ...... abroad for a while, and they got

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married in 1976. Their children, Pat and Sue, ...... both born in Norwich.

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The Walker’s boy, ...... is four, has just started at nursery school,

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but his sister ...... at home for another couple of years,

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because she is nearly two years ...... than him.

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Charles and Kate Walker ...... to live in the country,

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but now they have children they ...... into the city.

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Charles wanted a house ...... the school

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...... get to work easily.

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Unfortunately, ...... one the two of them really wanted was too expensive,

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so they ...... buy one a bit further away.

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By the time the children ..... to secondary school,

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...... Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich,

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the Walkers ...... living there for at least fifteen years.

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They can’t be sure if they ....., but if they

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..... their friends won’t be too surprised.

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John’s coming to see you, .....?

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It’s been a long time since you’ve seen him, ......?

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He’s due to arrive tomorrow, ......?

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He won’t be getting in till about 10.30, ......?

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You met him while you were on holiday, ......

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No doubt you’d rather he stayed in England now, ......?

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Nobody else has been told he’s coming, .....?

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We’d better not stay up too late tonight, ......?

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I suppose it’s time we called it a day, .....?

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I think I’m expected to pick him up, ......?

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The history of ...... is

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...... short one. For many centuries men

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...... to fly, but with

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...... success. In the 19th century a few people

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succeeded ...... in balloons. But it wasn’t until

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the beginning of ...... century that anybody

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..... able to fly in a machine

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..... was heavier than air, in other words, in

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...... we now call a plane. The first people to achieve “powered flight”

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were the Wright brothers. ...... was the machine which was the forerunner

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of supersonic airliners that are ...... common sight today.

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They ...... hardly have imagined that in 1968,

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...... more that half a century later, a man

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...... landed on the moon.

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Already ...... is taking the first steps towards the stars.

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Although space satellites have existed ...... less than forty years,

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We are now dependent ...... them for all kinds of

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...... .

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Not only ...... being used for scientific research in space,

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but also to see what kind of weather ...... .

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By 1998 there ...... have been satellites in space for over 45 years

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and all space powers are planning to ..... massive space stations built.

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When these ...... completed, it will be the first time

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...... astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers.

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...... all that, in many ways the most

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remarkable flight ...... all was

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...... of the flying bicycle, which the world saw on television,

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...... across the Channel from England to France,

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with nothing ...... a man to power it.

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As the flyer said, “It’s the first time ...... what hard work it is to be a bird!”