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Unit 6
DiagnosticTest
TestA
Progress
Vocabulary
Grammar
1 Match the games words with their definitions.
3 Complete the table with the comparative and
superlative form of the adjectives.
a A board game with black and white
squares.
adjective
b Games programs that you buy for
your computer.
comparative
superlative
easy
small
c This includes the four suits of hearts,
clubs, spades and diamonds.
boring
good
d Games that are usually played on
a board using dice and counters.
bad
e It looks like a pen and you use it to
control games on the computer.
1 software
4 stylus
2 board games
5 pack of cards
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4 Complete the sentences with the comparative
or superlative form of the adjectives in
brackets.
3 draughts
5
a Everest is
the world.
(high) mountain in
b People in small towns are sometimes
(friendly) than people in big
cities.
2 Circle the correct alternatives.
c He always cleans his bedroom. He’s
(tidy) boy I know!
d Planes are
and cars.
(fast) than trains
e Going to a party is
than going to school.
(exciting)
a The keyboard / mouse is used for typing.
f
b If you want to make copies of the work you
do on your computer you need a printer /
screen.
g Harry got top marks in the English test. He’s
(good) student!
c If you want to play music on your computer
you need speakers / a printer.
h I don’t like maths. I think it’s
(difficult) subject.
d Some computers have a memory stick /
webcam which means you can see your
friends and family when you speak to them.
i
Rome is
j
Iza was born in September. She’s
(old) girl in class.
Washing the dishes is bad, but doing the
ironing is
(bad)!
e A desktop computer / laptop is portable
– you can carry it with you wherever you go.
(small) than London.
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Unit 6
DiagnosticTest
TestA
Progress
5 Complete the sentences with could or couldn’t.
a When I was a child I
English, but I can now.
speak
b I learnt to swim when I was very young.
I
swim when I was six years old.
Reading
7 Read the text and choose the correct question
title for each paragraph. Choose from questions
a-f (there is one question that you do not need
to use).
1
c I
ride a bike when I was
a child, but now I can’t!
?
The Polar Challenge is one of the most difficult races in
the world. It is a 515 kilometre race on skis. It takes
place between mid-April and mid-May each year. The
teams race from Resolute Bay in Canada to the North
Pole through one of the coldest regions on Earth.
d Mozart was a child genius.
He
play the piano when
he was four years old.
e She
do her work yesterday
because she lost her pen.
2
5
6 Read the problems and match them with the
responses. Then complete the sentences with
should or shouldn’t.
?
People race in teams of three. Last year’s winners
were three friends from Britain. For four months the
men trained hard to get fit. They ran or cycled for
90 minutes every day and did 10 hour walks at the
weekend.
3
Problems
a I’ve got a headache.
?
The race started on 18th April. The teams flew to
Resolute Bay and for the next five days walked to the
start. At the start they got a map, instructions and
important information about the race. Then the race
started!
b I’ve lost my English book.
c I’ve got a broken arm.
d I’m cold.
4
?
e My teacher is angry with me.
The men had 24 hours of sunlight for their journey.
It was never dark! They rested as little as possible
and ate a lot of high energy food like chocolate bars,
cheese and sweets.
Responses
1 You
climb trees!
2 You
take an aspirin.
3 You
wear your coat.
4 You
be late for school.
5 You
look in your bag.
5
?
The three friends crossed the finishing line first after
9 days, 11 hours and 55 minutes. This was quicker
than the last record. In fact it was the fastest time
ever! After a quick celebration they went to sleep –
for a week!
5
a
Who won last year?
b
How did they sleep?
c
When did they finish?
d
What is the Polar Challenge?
e
When did the race start?
f
What was the journey like?
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Unit 6
DiagnosticTest
TestA
Progress
Writing
Listening
8 It’s the start of the summer holiday and you’ve
got six weeks with no school. Write about the
best way to spend the holiday. Use comparative
and superlative adjectives to talk about some
of the activities below, or use your own ideas.
Write at least ten sentences.
9
z
watching films at the cinema
z
watching DVDs at home
z
going to the beach
z
doing sport, e.g. tennis, volleyball etc.
z
visiting family
z
going out with friends
z
playing computer games
z
helping with the housework
7
Listen and circle the correct answers.
1 Where does William come from?
a He is from Great Britain.
b He comes from Switzerland
but he lives in France.
c He comes from Kazakhstan but
he lives in Great Britain.
2 Why did William choose Kazakhstan for his
winter holiday this year?
a He wanted to do something
new and exciting.
b He goes to Kazakhstan every year.
c He wanted to see why people go there.
3 Why is Kazakhstan a good place for skiing?
a Because it’s the people there are friendly.
b Because the snow is good and
there are a lot of mountains.
c Because it’s very cold in winter.
4 What has Kazakhstan done to attract more
visitors in the ski season?
a It’s spent a lot of money on promotion.
b It’s built new hotels and ski-lifts.
c It’s built new shops and restaurants.
5 Why is it a problem getting to Kazakhstan?
a It takes about ten hours to get there.
b There are no flights from the UK.
c The flight is quite expensive.
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VOCABULARY
10 points
GRAMMAR
30 points
READING
10 points
WRITING
10 points
LISTENING
10 points
TOTAL
70 points
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Unit 6
DiagnosticTest
TestB
Progress
Vocabulary
Grammar
1 Match the games words with their definitions.
3 Complete the table with the comparative and
superlative form of the adjectives.
a Small cube with the numbers
1-6 on it.
adjective
b A board game with 32 pieces,
including two kings and two queens.
comparative
superlative
heavy
big
c Something you hold when playing
a computer game to help you move
around on the screen.
exciting
bad
good
d This collects your scores from games.
e Computer programs.
10
1 chess
4 dice
2 software
5 controller
4 Complete the sentences with the comparative
or superlative form of the adjectives in
brackets.
3 memory card
5
2 Circle the correct alternatives.
a Please walk
catch the bus.
(fast). I want to
b John won the match again. He’s
(good) tennis player in
the school!
c Peter’s grandmother is 96. She’s
(old) person I know.
d Lightning is
thunder.
(dangerous) than
e Action-adventure films are
(exciting) than romantic films.
a A desktop computer / laptop has got a
bigger screen and a mouse.
f
b You can use a memory stick / webcam to see
your friends when you speak to them.
c If you want to play music on your computer
you need a mouse / speakers.
d The keyboard / printer is used for making
copies of the work you do on your computer.
e You can move a printer / mouse to do things
on a computer screen.
5
Emma talks to everyone. She’s
(friendly) girl in the school.
g I did the test in ten minutes. It was much
(easy) than last time.
h My computer cost £500. It’s
(expensive) thing I’ve got.
i
Comedy programmes are
(funny) than documentaries.
j
I think working in a hair salon is
(interesting) than working in
a supermarket.
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Unit 6
DiagnosticTest
TestB
Progress
5 Complete the sentences with could or couldn’t.
a I
go on holiday because
I didn’t have any money.
b He
do his homework because
he left his book at school.
7 Read the text and choose the correct question
title for each paragraph. Choose from questions
a-f (there is one question that you do not need
to use).
1
c I was a good swimmer when I was
a child. I
swim when
I was six years old.
d My father
got some new glasses.
Reading
see better when he
e It was so cold last night that we
go out.
The Polar Challenge is one of the most difficult races in
the world. It is a 515 kilometre race on skis. It takes
place between mid-April and mid-May each year. The
teams race from Resolute Bay in Canada to the North
Pole through one of the coldest regions on Earth.
2
5
6 Read the problems and match them with the
responses. Then complete the sentences with
should or shouldn’t.
People race in teams of three. Last year’s winners
were three friends from Britain. For four months the
men trained hard to get fit. They ran or cycled for
90 minutes every day and did 10 hour walks at the
weekend.
3
Problems
a I’m hot.
The race started on 18th April. The teams flew to
Resolute Bay and for the next five days walked to the
start. At the start they got a map, instructions and
important information about the race. Then the race
started!
b I’ve got a stomach ache.
c My mum is angry with me.
d I’ve got a broken leg.
4
e I’ve lost my keys.
The men had 24 hours of sunlight for their journey.
It was never dark! They rested as little as possible
and ate a lot of high energy food like chocolate bars,
cheese and sweets.
Responses
1 You
come home so late.
2 You
look in your pockets.
3 You
take off your sweater.
4 You
eat so much chocolate!
5 You
climb trees!
5
5
The three friends crossed the finishing line first after
9 days, 11 hours and 55 minutes. This was quicker
than the last record. In fact it was the fastest time
ever! After a quick celebration they went to sleep –
for a week!
a
Keeping going
b
A record win
c
The Polar Challenge race
d
Flying to the North Pole
e
British winners
f
Ready to go
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Unit 6
DiagnosticTest
TestB
Progress
Writing
Listening
8 It’s the start of the summer holiday and you’ve
got six weeks with no school. Write about the
best way to spend the holiday. Use comparative
and superlative adjectives to talk about some
of the activities below, or use your own ideas.
Write at least ten sentences.
9
z
going out with friends
z
watching DVDs at home
z
doing sport, e.g. tennis, volleyball etc.
z
going to the beach
z
playing computer games
z
visiting family
z
watching films at the cinema
z
helping with the housework
7
Listen and circle the correct answers.
1 Where does William come from?
a He comes from Kazakhstan
but he lives in the UK.
b He is British.
c He comes from Switzerland
but he lives in Italy.
2 Why did William choose Kazakhstan for his
winter holiday this year?
a He wanted to go somewhere
new and exciting.
b He likes going to the same place
every year.
c He wanted to learn to ski.
3 Why is Kazakhstan a good place for skiing?
a Because it’s very cold.
b Because it’s safe and the
people are friendly.
c Because the snow is good and
there are a lot of mountains.
4 What has the country done to attract more
visitors in the ski season?
a It’s spent a lot of money on building
new hotels and ski-lifts.
b It’s built new shops and restaurants.
c It’s got cheaper flights to make it
easier for people to travel there.
5 Why is it a problem getting to Kazakhstan?
a There are no flights from the UK.
b It takes a long time.
c There are too many people going
there.
10
10 points
GRAMMAR
30 points
READING
10 points
WRITING
10 points
LISTENING
10 points
TOTAL
70 points
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