این آزمون جامع از ترم های یکم، دوم و سوم از همه ی قسمت ها (درک مطلب، درک شنیدار، گرامر، لغت) گرفته شده است. در این آزمون علاوه بر درک مطلب، درک شنیدار، گرامر، لغت شما می بایست سوالات رایتینگ و لسنینگ را هم پاسخ دهید. با پاسخ دادن به این سوالات شما می توانید مدرک زبان دریافت کنید.
1-7 Listen to the file and choose the best option.
1 Deborah says it is important for parents to understand .......
2 According to Deborah, what is the mistake thatmany parents make?
3 De-borah says that parents should give teenagers ....
4 According to Deborah, what should parents do if a teenager fails to do a chore?
5 What does Deborah recommend parents should do if the situation does not improve?
6 Which aspecr of a chore does Deborah feel a teenager could decide?
7 Deborah says a positive feature of household chores is that .....
1 Since his death, John Milton's poems ……… translated into several languages.
2 You are the one ……… at because either you don't hear me or you pretend so.
A: Didn't Paulie ……… wear glasses?
B: Yes, he did. Now he wears contact lenses.
4 Kirsten said that ……… would lend ……… her car if I needed it.
5 We ……… our meal on the train as it ……… across the beautiful countryside.
6 They ……… for only a few minutes when they ……… a flat tire.
7 Eric ……… at the bus stop for 35 minutes, but the bus still ………
8 Stop making fun of me or else I ……… mum about it.
9 I am afraid we ……… out of petrol by the time we ……… across a gas station.
10 People who know a foreign language ……… learn a second one easily.
11 They had to provide some evidence to the court to clear him of the accusation, ………?
12 If I ……… how far away the concert hall was, I ……… there by bus.
13 My mother wanted me ……… the car but I had promised ……… to the cinema with my friends so I told her I'd do it later.
14 Egypt is the country ……… there are huge pyramids, temples and many other monuments.
A: How ……… time do you spend studying English?
B: I study English for ……… hours every day.
16-25 Read the sentences and put the correct word in the gap.(Be careful about dictation. Misspelling will be considered as an incorrect answer)
nauseous / effect / likely / concentrate / donated / stands for / appreciation / majority / tend / memorable
16 This gift is for your . We want to thank you for all good things you did for us.
17 She was during the voyage. And two times she vomited.
18 That was the most day of my life. I will never forget it.
19 The red fish in the sea have reached the vast . In the past they were among minor sea fish.
20 Be quiet, let me on my homework. I can’t do it without focusing on it.
21 Some books have a bad on children. It affects their sleeping and behaving.
22 ABS antilock braking system.
23 He is not to win. The possibility is almost 10 percent.
24 Last year he $1,000 to cancer research. It is really good that people help financially to these centers.
25 I to walk under the rain. It gives me a good feeling. So I like it a lot.
26-30 Fill the gap with an appropriate word. There are some extra words. (Be careful about dictation. Misspelling will be considered as an incorrect answer)
arrest / kidnapper / illegal / violent / jail / smuggler / imprison / evidences
Arash used to import goods from Afghanistan to Iran. These goods were so when the police found out, they tried to Him and put him in the police had lots of to show he was a , So Arash was sentenced 2 years in perison for importing products without permission.
1-7 Read the text. There are some sentences which were omitted. find them and complete the paragraphs. Write A, B, C, D, E, .... in the gap. There is an extra sentence.
A These two interests come together in The Wisdom of Birds.
B The Wisdom of Birds concludes with a striking image.
C Much the same could be said today.
D Some of them come in for particular criticism in the book.
E These, and the fine production of the book itself, add immensely to the reader's satisfaction.
F The subject was neglected for decades.
G The names they come up with are strong contenders.
H Instead, Birkhead explores ornithological themes such as birdsong, the breeding cycle and migration, moving back and forth across the centuries.
The Wisdom of Birds by Tim Birkhead
You wait for one history of ornithology to come along and a whole flock appears over the horizon. 1 However, in the past few years a clutch of scientists, journalists, taxonomists and birders (including myself) have turned their attentions to this fascinating and complex topic.
One of the most exciting things about the study of birds is that it is not yet complete. We may smile at the beliefs of our ancestors - such as the notion that swallows spent their winter hibernating underwater - yet there is still so much that we don't know. Writing almost a century ago, the German-American ornithologist Paul Bartsch drew attention to our ignorance about many aspects of bird behaviour: 'There are still many unsolved problems about bird life. Little, too, is known about the laws and routes of migration, and much less about the final disposition of the untold thousands which are annually produced.' 2 For, despite great progress, modern bird studies often give rise to new and even more complex inquiries.
Tim Birkhead is well qualified to examine the ways successive generations have tried to answer the fundamental questions about birds. A professor at the University of Sheffield, he specializes in two very different disciplines: the study of animal behavior and history of science. 3 In it, he ranges from Aristotle to modern scientists such as Peter Berthold, whose migration studies have revealed much about how birds migrate round the world.
Unlike other histories of the subject, The Wisdom of Birds does not take a chronological approach. 4 In other hands this might have been confusing, but Birkhead steers his narrative through this complex structure to tell a compelling story.
He is clearly passionate, not just about the birds themselves, but also about the people who have studied them, and the works they have produced. So The Wisdom of Birds is lavishly illustrated with examples of bird art, including many from the early works of ornithology. 5.
If the book has a hero, it is an unlikely but deserving one. Birkhead begins and ends with a challenge to his colleagues: who is the greatest ever ornithologist? 6 But Birkhead's own choice is an often neglected seventeenth-century Englishman, John Ray. He launched the revolutionary concept of studying living birds in the field, rather than dead ones in a museum.
7 John Ray travels through time to be the guest of honour at an International Ornithological Congress. As Birkhead says: 'He would be amazed by how much we know and, of course, by how much more there is still to learn about birds.' This is a fitting ending to a book that is one of the most entertaining, informative and enthusiastic accounts of the history of ornithology, and of the many different ways in which we have observed, studied and wondered about birds.
1 Who is the closest friend of you? Describe your relationship and say how this friendship started. (You have 60 seconds to talk)
2 How often do you read books? What was the best book you have ever read? (You have 60 seconds to talk)
3 What are the major crimes in your opinion and what are the appropriate punishments for them? (You have 60 seconds to talk)
1 Write a paragraph or 2 about the following topic. (50 words)
(You have 8 minutes to write)
What are the effects of war on the nations?
با استفاده از ماژیک فسفری می توانید کلمات و بخش های مهم را برای خود علامت گذاری نمایید و هنگام پاسخ به آزمون از آنها استفاده کنید. برای از بین بردن بخش های رنگی دوباره روی آن کلیک نمایید.
هر تعدادی که دوست دارید دفترچه یادداشت ایجاد کنید و نکات مهم را در آن بنویسید.
برای استفاده از دفترچه یادداشت بر روی قسمتی از درس یا آزمون که می خواهید در آنجا نکته ی مهمی را قرار دهید کلیک نمایید.سپس در آن قسمت یک دفترچه یادداشت جدید ایجاد میشود و با کلیک بر روی آن می توانید بازش کنید و نکته های مهم را بنویسید.