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Anul scolar 2011-2012
Limba englezĂ“ƒ
Clasa a X- a L1

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Data susĂÂinerii testului:

Culegerea de teste pentru Evaluarea Nationala clasa a VI-a
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Sa vorbim limba franceza. Metoda usoara si placuta pentru elevii claselor V-VIII
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Ăâ Pentru rezolvarea corectĂ“ƒ a tuturor cerinĂÂelor din Partea I ĂŸi din Partea a II-a se acordĂ“ƒ 90 de puncte. Din oficiu se acordĂ“ƒ 10 puncte.
Ăâ Timpul efectiv de lucru este de 45 de minute.

PARTEA I (60 de puncte)

I. 1. Read the text below and complete the following tasks. Write all your answers on the Answer Sheet.

All the national parks in Britain are different and have their own special qualities. Together they cover 10 per cent of England and Wales and receive over 100 million visitors every year. (1) _____. Not parks in the usually accepted urban sense nor owned by the nation, they represent the most strongly protected threatened landscapes in Britain.

The Peak National Park, designated in 1988, was the first in the Midlands of England. All the others are in the north or west of the country. (2) _____. The three Welsh national parks Ăââ out of which Snowdonia is the most famous Ăââ proudly uphold the Welsh culture, tradition and language. The Snowdonia National Park comprises mountain, moorland and forest, interspersed with deep valleys, and extends as far as the coast.

(3) _____. It was the Lakeland poet William Wordsworth who first suggested that it should be set aside as a Ăâ˜sort of National property, in which every man has the right and interest who has an eye to perceive and a heart to enjoy.Ăââ“ It lies entirely within Cumbria, and is one of England's few mountainous regions. All the land in England higher than three thousand feet above sea level lies within the National Park. The Lake District also contains Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England.

Further north are the Yorkshire Dales National Park, with its fine limestone scenery and Northumberland, stretching north from historic HadrianĂââ“s Wall to the Scottish border. (4) _____. ItĂââ“s a special place Ăââ a fantastic outdoor arena for recreation and peaceful relaxation and a haven for wildlife.

Together, the British National Parks represent the cream of unspoiled scenery in England and Wales Ăââ there are still no national parks in Scotland.

I. 1. a. Four sentences have been removed from the text. Select the appropriate sentence for each gap in the text. There is one extra sentence which you do not need to use. Write your answers on the Answer Sheet. 8 points

A. The Lake District is probably the best-known of the British National Parks, and in one way could be said to be the birthplace of the International National Park movement.
B. Established in 1954, the Yorkshire Dales National Park has outstanding scenery, a range of wildlife habitats and a rich cultural heritage.
C. There is an ongoing debate about the damage caused by the amount of human and vehicular traffic that such areas generate.
D. Dartmoor and Exmoor Ăââ the last Ăâ˜wildernessesĂââ“ of Southern England Ăââ are both well known to holiday makers in the south-west.
E. They are officially recognized by the government as being the jewels in the nationĂââ“s
conservation crown.

I. 1. b. Match the words in bold in the text to their definition given below. There is one extra definition which you do not need to use. Write your answers on the Answer Sheet. 4 points

ÂA. 1. something that has not been changed in
ways that make it less beautiful or enjoyable
ÂB. 2. to show that you support something such as
an idea by what you say or do
ÂC. 3. natural things such as trees, hills and lakes
that you can see in a particular place
ÂD. 4. a place where people or animals can feel
safe and happy
ÂE. 5. a large area of high land covered with grass
and bushes

I. 1. c For the following sentences, choose the answer (A, B, C, D) which fits according to the text. Write your answers on the Answer Sheet. 10 points

ÂÂÂÂÂ 1. National Parks are protected by law as they are _____.
A.. the property of the nationÂÂÂÂÂÂ B. officially recognized
C. endangered landscapesÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ D. different from urban parks

ÂÂÂÂÂ 2. Welsh National Parks _______.
A. are the favourite destination of holiday-makersÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ B. were the first to be created in Britain
C. preserve more than just natural landscapesÂÂÂÂÂÂ D. were made famous by Wordsworth

ÂÂÂÂÂ 3. Snowdonia is _____.
A.. one of the last wildernesses of Southern England B. the best known British National Park
C. the birthplace of the international nationalÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ D. a unique combination of forms of park movement relief

ÂÂÂÂÂ 4. The Yorkshire Dales are famous for ______.
A.. the cliffs overlooking the North SeaÂÂÂÂÂÂ B. the moors
C. the limestone formationsÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ D. the unspoiled coastline

ÂÂÂÂÂ 5. In Scotland, National Parks are ______ .
A.. considered the best British National ParksÂÂ B. not very many
C. still non-existentÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ D. not as well preserved as those in England and Walsh

I. 2 Read the text below to fill in the missing information. On your Answer Sheet, write only the missing words next to the number indicating each blank space. 12 points

Crop circles are large circular patterns (1)_____ have been turning (2)_____ mysteriously in cornfields all over southern England, and in (3)_____ parts of the world, since (4) _____1980Ăââ“s. Many people (5)_____ they could not have (6)_____ done by human beings Ăââ they say only visitors from outer space could have created such circles.

I. 3. Read the text below and use the words given in capitals below to form words that fit in
the gaps. The words in capitals are given in the order you need to use them: 11 points


The_____1 of a secret tunnel beneath a Nottingham museum could prove that one of historyĂââ“s most famous legends was a flesh- and-blood reality. The tunnel may have been used by Robin Hood to escape from the Sheriff of Nottingham to the _____2 of Sherwood Forest. For centuries _____3 have questioned the _____4 of Robin, dismissing him as a _____5 figure who _____6 the hopes of the poor in their struggle against the rich. His heroic deeds are wellĂââknown to us from our _____ 7 readings. The _____(8) unearthing of the passageway by archaeologists excavating some man-made caves may cause them to rethink their views. The tunnel is blocked so its exact length is _____(9) though it could stretch for three miles, from St. MaryĂââ“s Church to the cityĂââ“s outskirts. According to medieval documents, Robin and his men _____(10) disappeared from the church after _____(11) surrounded by the SheriffĂââ“s soldiers.

I. 4. Rephrase the following sentences so that the meaning stays the same. Write your
answers on the Answer Sheet. 15 points

1. Jack and Jill started arguing at midnight. Now itĂââ“s three a.m.
2. Jim worked there for five years. Then he resigned.
3. I have never met a more dependable person than Sam.
Sam is ĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂĂâÂ...................
4. They served us the best cookies ever.
5. I am sure he is not angry with you.

PARTEA a II-a (30 de puncte)

Read the text below. In one paragraph write your own ending of the story. (8- 10 lines)

Henry Blodgett looked at his wristwatch and saw that it was two oĂââ“clock in the morning. In despair, he slammed shut the textbook heĂââ“d been studying and let his head sink onto his arms on the table in front of him. He knew heĂââ“d never pass that examination tomorrow; the more he studied geometry the less he understood it. Mathematics in general had always been difficult for him and now he was finding that geometry was impossible for him to learn. And if he flunked it, he was through with college; heĂââ“d flunked three other courses in his first two years and another failure this year would, under college rules, cause automatic expulsion. He wanted that college degree badly, too, since it was indispensable for the career heĂââ“d chosen and worked toward. Only a miracle could save him now. He sat up suddenly as an idea struck him. Why not try magic? The occult had always interested him. He had books on it and heĂââ“d often read the simple instructions on how to conjure up a demon and make it obey his will. Up to now, heĂââ“d always figured that it was a bit risky and so had never
actually tried it. But this was an emergency and might be worth the slight risk. Only through black magic could he suddenly become an expert in a subject that had always been difficult for him. From the shelf he quickly took out his best book on black magic, found the right page and refreshed his memory on the few simple things he had to do.[ĂâÂ]
(F. Brown, Honeymoon in Hell)



Ăâ Se puncteazĂ“ƒ oricare alte formulĂ“ƒri/ modalitĂ“ƒĂÂi de rezolvare corectĂ“ƒ a cerinĂÂelor.
Ăâ Nu se acordĂ“ƒ punctaje intermediare, altele decĂÂt cele precizate explicit prin barem. Nu se acordĂ“ƒ fracĂÂiuni de punct.
Ăâ Se acordĂ“ƒ 10 puncte din oficiu. Nota finalĂ“ƒ se calculeazĂ“ƒ prin ĂÂmpĂ“ƒrĂÂirea punctajului total acordat pentru test la 10.

PARTEA I (60 de puncte)
I. 1. a Select the appropriate sentence_______ _____2p x 4 sentences 8p

Â1 Â2 Â3 Â4

I. 1. b. Match the words in bold to their definition__________1p x 4 words 4p

Â1 Â2 Â3 Â4

I. 1. c Choose the correct answer (A, B, C, D) _____ 2p x 5 words 10p

Â1 Â2 Â3 Â4 Â5

I.2. Fill in (one word only) _2x6 words 12p
Suggested answers. Any correct answer will be accepted.
1. which/that 2. up 3. other 4. the 5. believe/think/say 6. been

I.3(1 point Ăâ” 11 = 11 points):

1 discoveryÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ 6 symbolizes
2 safetyÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ 7 childhood
3 historiansÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ 8. accidental
4 existenceÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ 9. unknown
5 legendaryÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ 10. mysteriously


I. 4 (15 p) Rephrase_____ 3px5 sentences 15p

Suggested answers. Any correct answer will be accepted.

1. _____have been arguing since midnight.
2. _____ having worked/working/he had worked there for five years, Jim resigned.
3. _____ Sam is the most dependable person I have ever met.
4. _____ were served the best cookies ever.
5. _____ cannot/canĂââ“t be angry with you!

PARTEA a II-a (30 de puncte)

Marking Scheme

Task: narrative paragraph (creative writing)
task achievement & original input 10p
relevance of ideas to topic 4p
- organization 6p
- organization / layout 3p
- cohesion and coherence 2p
- length constraint 1p
- language accuracy and variety 6p
- correct use of grammar structures 5p
- accurate spelling and punctuation 1p
- register and vocabulary 4p
- appropriate register and vocabulary 1p
- range of vocabulary 3p

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