Englisch - Einstufungstest
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Teil 1 A1 Have you got a book.....? a) for I b) for me c) for my d) my
2 .....a lot of people at the seaside in summer. a) It is b) It gives c) There are d) There is 3 …. will Mary go? To London? a) What b) When c) Where d) Who
4 John.....breakfast at the moment. a) has b) have c) is having d) will have
5 He.....the Radio Times every week. a) is reading b) read c) reading d) reads
6 The school is in Oxford Street. ......8 classrooms. a) It has b) It is having c) She has d) She is having
7 What.....here now? Oh, I see, you don't want to tell me. a) are you doing b) does you do c) do you d) do you do8 We've got..... . a) all day here sunshine b) all day sunshine here c) here sunshine all day d) sunshine here all day
9 I am giving Mary this book about London. It's.....birthday today. a) her b) here c) his d) she's10 What.....in the evening? Watch TV? a) does Paul do b) does Paul c) do Paul do d) do Paul doesTeil 1 BLesen Sie den folgenden Text.
. . We often go to the Mandeville Restaurant when we eat out. You can
have all kinds of dishes there and they serve not just one, but four
sorts of beer. I think John will be interested in that!Lots of
people like to have a meal there. The food is good, the drinks are
good, the waiters and waitresses are pleasant and the rooms, too.
It's nice to sit in them; you really can relax there.They serve
lunch from twelve to half past two and dinner from six to nine in the
evening, and what's more important, meals are cheap, there,
drinks, too. . . .
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11 a) John can have all kinds of menus at this restaurant. b) John can drink four kinds of beer at this restaurant. c) John often eats out at the restaurant. d) John will be interested in one of the sorts of beer.
12 a) Lots of people are on holiday at the Mandeville Restaurant. b) The rooms at the Mandeville Restaurant are always nice and quiet. c) You can have a good time at the Mandeville Restaurant. d) You can reserve a room at the Mandeville Restaurant.13 a) Drinks are included in the price. b) Important meals and drinks are cheap there. c) Meals and drinks are not expensive there. d) They first serve dinner and then lunch.Teil 2 A
14 If you ring the station now they.....you when our train leaves. a) are telling b) tell c) tells d) will tell15 Peter wakes me up early enough, …. I get to work on time. a) because b) if c) so d) until16 -.....in England two days ago? - I don't know. a) Are Tom and Paul b) Did Tom and Paul be c) Was Tom and Paul d) Were Tom and Paul17 Oh, look. Janet…..at last; there's her baggage by the door. a) arrived b) arrives c) has arrived d) is arrived18 - What is Frank's job? - Oh, he is..... . a) a taxi-driver b) an taxi-driver c) one taxi-driver d) taxi-driver19 When.....all that money? Before they came here? a) did the Clarks save b) do the Clarks save c) saved the Clarks d) will the Clarks save20 .....of the two companies do you want to fly? British Airways or Lufthansa? a) What b) Where c) Which d) Who21 John doesn't.....to do it. It is not his job! a) can b) have c) may d) would22 - Were you here when I came back? - No, I..... . a) don't b) didn't c) wasn't d) weren't23 -.....didn't you come? - Because I had no time. a) What b) When c) Who d) Why Teil 2 B
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2 May 19..
Dear Paul,I am writing to you to thank you again for the help you gave me when I felt so lonely and miserable at that school.I
think only few people know what it means to have somebody who is
always available and listens to your personal problems. Again
many, many thanks. I am quite happy again now in my new job at the
airport. I have made friends there, so I think I'll try and keep it. By
the way, if you want to visit us, there are special excursion
rates, but please let me know early enough, about a week before.
More next time.
With best wishes,Helga
24 a) Helga says why she felt so lonely and miserable. b) Helga says why she is thanking Paul. c) Helga says why she still needs some more help. d) Helga says why Paul helped her when she felt lonely and miserable.
25 a) Helga thinks only few people know what personal problems mean. b) Helga thinks only few people are there to listen to Paul's problems. c) Helga thinks only few people understand what personal help can mean to somebody in need. d) Helga thinks there will always be somebody available to listen to personal problems.26 a) Helga says if Paul wanted to come he could travel cheaply. b) Helga says she can get Paul special excursion rates. c) Helga says she will tell Paul early enough when he can come. d) Helga says she wants to change her present job if she can.Teil 3 A
27 - Have you phoned Bill and Mary? - Yes, I.....them yesterday evening. a) have phoned b) phone c) phoned d) phones
28 - How long.....in your present home? - Since 1976. a) are you living b) do you live c) have you lived d) live you
29 - I'm not going to help the boys with this problem. - I agree.The boys must try to help..... . a) theirs b) them c) themselves d) they30 In my opinion Mary is.....her brother. a) as careful than b) less careful as c) less careful than d) more careful as31 .....the British Museum when you were in London? a) Did you visit b) Has you visited c) Have you visited d) Visited you32 Do you know the people.....have just moved in? a) what b) where c) which d) who33 I think Peter calls that man Jerry,.....? a) can't he b) does he c) doesn't he d) has he34 We have got a.....now. a) flat of three-room b) flat of three rooms c) three-room flat d) three-rooms flat35 Of course, my car isn't.....yours. a) as fast as b) as fast than c) less fast as d) more fast than36 The Burtons.....into their new house, but I think they will soon. a) aren't yet move b) aren't yet moved c) didn't yet move d) haven't yet movedTeil 3 BLesen Sie den folgenden Text.
NoticeWho is interested in a profitable part-time job, 6 to 9 p.m., from Fridays to Sundays?We
are looking for someone who is willing to help us out at one of our
kiosks during the summer months selling newspapers and books. He
or she should be friendly, reliable and have at least some
experience in selling.Apart from the regular pay there is the
possibility of some extra money if the turnover is above average.
Anyone interested should ask here during the lunch hour from 1 to 2
p.m. to discuss the necessary details.
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The people who wrote the notice say that . . .37 a) the kiosks are only open from Fridays to Sundays. b) they are looking for people to help them in their kiosks. c) they have some extra work to offer. d) they want to open another kiosk in summer.38 a) they want a person who is above average. b) they want a person who is an expert in selling. c) they want a person who has some knowledge of selling things. d) they want a person who relies on his experience.39 a) it is possible to earn more than the basic pay. b) the turnover always has to be above average. c) they already have a turnover above average. d) they will only pay average pay.Teil 4 A40 There aren't…..frings benefits in this job. a) any b) much c) no d) some41 We often do exercises…..on an article in a newspaper. a) based b) basing c) that base d) which base42 Tom.....a TV fan for years now. He watches everyevening and it all started when he bought a new colour TV. a) has been b) is c) is being d) was43 People become ill from too much noise,.....? a) don't they b) do they c) will they d) won't they44 This is.....building in the world. a) the largest b) the most large c) the most larger d) the most largest45 My grandfather.....to hospital yesterday. a) became taken b) has taken c) is taken d) was taken46 I gave my daughter everything.....money can buy. a) who b) what c) that d) whose
47 Peter.....English since he started school. a) has been learning b) is learning c) learned d) learns48 By 1977 the number of unemployed people…..a lot. a) are rising b) had risen c) has been rising d) have risen49 The election results should…..as early as possible. a) be published b) publish c) published d) to be publishedTeil 4 BLesen Sie den folgenden Text.
16 April 19..
Dear Dr Phillips,In
reply to your letter, I would first like to point out that I have been
to Bournemouth for you several times and have also sacrificed
some of my weekends to find out whether the place is promising
enough to open a hotel there.In my opinion, it is, because there
really is a need for more tourist accommodation of the kind that
you are considering; although the place doesn't appeal to me
personally. It's not quite what I expected.I think you will have to
decide soon if you want to buy that piece of land advertised in
the local news¬paper. Please let me know when you are coming so
that I can pick you up at the station.
Yours sincerely,Tom Fielding
In his letter, Tom Fielding says. . .50 a) how the place could be prepared for building hotels. b) what the purpose of his trips to Bournemouth was. c) what time a hotel should be opened. d) why he is promising to open a hotel in Bournemouth.51 a) in which way the place appeals to him personally. b) that there isn't any accommodation of Dr Phillips'type. c) what he thinks the prospects are like for a new hotel in Bournemouth. d) why there is not enough tourist accommodation in Bournemouth.In his letter, Tom Fielding asks Dr Phillips. . .52 a) to advertise the selling of land in the local newspaper. b) to buy the piece of land as soon as possible. c) to inform him about the time of his arrival. d) to pick him up when he comes.Teil 5 A53 Bob is busy.....postcards at the moment. a) for writing b) in writing c) to write d) writing54 - Philip Jones is ill. - Still? Somebody told me last week that he ..... ill. a) has been b) is c) was d) will be
55 - What would you do if you.....his money? - I can't say. a) had b) have c) will have d) would have
56 The building you can see over there was planned.....a very famous architect. a) by b) from c) through d) throughout
57 I.....visiting London soon. a) shall b) shall be c) want d) will
58 By then the plans.....five times but were still not complete. a) had become changed b) had been changed c) had been changing d) were changed
59 - Did the two boys tell.....their test results? - I don't think so. a) all other b) each other c) every other d) other
60 My parents thought Janet.....independent all those years. a) had been b) has been c) will have been d) would have been
61 Paul.....lose all his money if he went on gambling. a) may b) might c) shall d) will
62 We are looking forward.....Mr Stewart on Monday. a) see b) seeing c) to see d) to seeingTeil 5 BLesen Sie den folgenden Text.
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The advertisement says . . .63 a) that Ramada Inns and Frontier Airlines have combined experience in the travel business. b) that Ramada Inns and Frontier Airlines have now for¬med one single company. c) that Ramada Inns and Frontier Airlines have special package travel rates that must be paid in advance. d) that Ramada Inns and Frontier Airlines offer a combi¬ned reservation service.
64 a) what facilities customers can expectattheirdestination. b) what kind of details customers will be given about each airline's package by their travel agent. c) what kind of facilities each airline offers. d) what kind of facilities the Ford car company offers.
65 a) how many cities have applied for membership in this particular service. b) in which places you can take advantage of the special offer. c) that last minute arrangements can only be made if you ring Las Vegas. d) that reservations can only be made if you want to drive a Ford.Teil 6 A66 I believe that Peter is a friend of..... . a) their b) theirs c) them d) they
67 The old man was.....ill. a) obvious considerable b) obvious considerably c) obviously considerable d) obviously considerably
68 That was a good thing a) do b) doing c) for doing d) to do
69 Will the fine have…..within three weeks? a) paid b) paying c) to be paid d) to pay
70 Some parents don't like the books.....in their children`s schools. a) being used b) be used c) that are using d) using
71 Would you mind.....the window, please? a) opened b) opening c) to have opened d) to open
72 This course has been.....so far. a) a good b) a good one c) a one good d) the good
73 I'll give.....next week. a) the money to yours b) the money you c) to you the money d) you the money
74 Tom's book turned out.....a great success. a) being b) for being c) to be d) will be
75 I saw the accident after.....the house. a) have left b) leave c) leaving d) left
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1 June 19..
Note for Mr. MillerJust
to inform you in a few words about the interview I had with Mr
Tops on 31.5.93. I think he is an excellent man, who will, in my
opinion, be able to meet maximum requirements once he has become used
to our line of business. I regard him as just the person we have
been looking for.He has, all in all, a good personal
background, has studied business management and has been holding his
present position for a number of years now. He wants to resign from his
post because he thinks that he is still young enough to get into
a more interesting, or, as he puts it, more exciting job. He was
quite open about wanting to take advantage of any promotion which
may come his way.He has one personal problem due to the fact that
he has to look after his parents, who are dependent on him. For
the next two years he won't be able to leave home for too lang;
after that his sister and her family come back from Australia and
can take over caring for the two old people.More when we meet on Saturday.
The note says . . .76 a) what Mr Miller thought about promoting the two men. b) who prevented the interview between the two men. c) when things were discussed between the two men. d) who arranged the interview between the two men.
77 a) that according to Mr Jones the right man has been found. b) that Mr Jones regards himself to be an excellent man. c) that Mr Tops has tried to keep his post. d) that Mr Tops wants to become more independent in his work.78 a) that Mr Tops has always been dependent on his parents. b) that Mr Tops' personal problem will be solved in two years' time. c) that Mr Tops' sister will start a new career in two years' time. d) where Mr Tops' sister will be employed in two years' time.Teil 7 A79 Paul.....when Susan arrived. a) already left b) had already left c) has already left d) was already left
80 If the Wilsons.....enough money last year they would have bought that house. a) had b) had had c) would have d) would have had
81 Can you solve this problem? I can't..... . a) it work out b) out it work c) work it out d) work out it
82 - Is that your car there that.....away? - No, it's my boss's. a) has towed b) is being towed c) is towed d) was towing
83 Many Americans would like.....young and good-looking. a) that their politicians are b) that their politicians be c) their politicians be d) their politicians to be
84 I wish I.....help you now. a) can b) could c) have to be able to d) will be able to
85 Yesterday Frank.....by the police to make a statement. a) asked b) has been asked c) was asked d) would be asked
86 I wrote to the firm to ask them ..... me a catalogue. a) for sending b) send c) sending d) to send
87 Paul.....in bed at 11 yesterday morning if his mother hadn't woken him up in time. a) had still been b) was still c) would have still been d) would still be
88 I want Tom….. here when I come. a) be b) being c) is d) to beTeil 7 BLesen Sie den folgenden Text.
The problem lies deeperInterpreting
the unemployment figures in the European Economic Community is easy;
finding out about the reasons for unemployment is rather more difficult
and requires a bit of knowledge regarding the economic and the working
world. Solving the problem, however, seems impossible.Let's face
the facts. Being on the "dole" today doesn't mean hunger, the end of
all hope and happiness and the beginning of misery and despair.
It only means, at least in one respect, although still bad enough,
collecting unemployment benefits, and not being dependent on
other people, who give and expect gratitude in return.The main problem today, however, lies somewhere else. It is the feeling of being useless, which causes frustration.This
is quite natural because the society in which we live often
judges people according to what they earn and to their status in
life, and not according to their inner qualities.
The article says . . .89 a) how difficult it is for everybody to interpret the unemployment figures. b) how it is possible to solve the problems of the working world. c) that a little experience is necessary to find out the causes of unemployment. d) what measures should be taken to reduce the number of umemployed.
90 a) that being on the "dole" doesn't mean financial help from the government. b) that being on the "dole" doesn't mean giving up odd jobs. c) that being on the "dole" doesn't mean less work for anybody. d) that being on the "dole" doesn't mean the beginning of severe poverty.
91 a) how people could be made to take a different attitude. b) in what circumstances inner qualities are as important as others. c) that people are often judged by what the writer thinks are wrong criteria. d) what status the unemployed should have in life.KontaktdatenBitte
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