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 alternative.
1 Rebecca moved out of the city to escape ......
2 What gives Greg less cause for concern now that he lives in the countryside?
3 Rebecca regrets the fact that ........
4 What does Greg say about buses where he lives?
5 How does Greg react to Rebecca's concerns that her children may grow bored?
6 What does Greg say about the future?
7 What inconvenience does Rebecca mention in relation to her return to work?
1 He is known to ……… for mafia for a long time.
2 A famous scientist, Listler ……… marvellously in the field of observation by the books he had read.
3 Carrie ……… at the supermarket five years ago, but she works at the library now.
4 I asked Lorena what Mike ……… about when I went into his room, but she told me that she ……… no idea.
5 Grandpa ……… his last car for thirty years when he ……… it last year.
6 It was a real surprise because she ……… no idea that they ……… a birthday party for her.
7 I ……… the house for 2 weeks, and I ……… painting the living room.
8 I ……… at around four tomorrow afternoon, but I ……… back before five.
9 This time next year, she ……… as a librarian for half a century.
A: Where is he?
B: He ……… be walking in the park.
11 One of the things I used to do was breaking ice floes in the stream, ………?
12 If you ……… the office early, you ……… me to meet you earlier.
13 Don't forget ……… off the iron before ……… the house.
14 Mr Jones is an accountant ……… office is between a music shop and a supermarket.
15 I have ……… money on me today; can you lend me ………?
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)
mammals / awesome / figure out / reduced / straightaway / eager / numb / mature / yell /passion
1 The Niagara waterfall is a truly sight. It is perfect and fabulous.
2 Farmers each other’s name because they work far from one another. So they have shout.
3 and birds are warm blooded animals. The first group can milk their babies.
4 He writes poets with a great . This is the only activity he loves doing.
5 We need to start work . Otherwise you will be fired. So start immediately.
6 Boys and girls must not get married until they are completely . Their social and emotional skills must complete.
7 We must how to solve the problem. But I believe it is somehow a little difficult to understand.
8 After the election all the prices to less than 50 percent.
9 I was to get back to work as soon as possible. And I am keen on having the same responsibilities.
10 My fingers were so I could hardly write. I didn’t feel anything in my fingers.
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)
Priority / Election / Consist of / Campaign / Transparent / Majority / Bullet / Left wing
In Iran, presidential takes place every four years. The candidates are the politicians who had had a good reputation among people. In the day, people go and write a name of a candidate on a and put it in a box. The box is and it is the symbol of honesty. At the end of the day, the candidate with the of votes will become the president for the next four years.
1-10 You are going to read a magazine article in which four people talk about their careers in engineering. For questions 1-10 , choose from the people (A-D) . The people may be chosen more than once.
Write A, B, C, D in the gap.
1 talks about how important engineers in general can be?
2 was not sure which subject to choose at one point?
3 mentions being the leader of a group of people?
4 refers to having two roles at the same time?
5 made a decision as a result of going to a certain event?
6 has not yet completed his/her studies?
7 gives reasons why engineers have a high reputation?
8 says that creating something led to a desire for a certain career?
9 refers to always doing the same kind of work after completing his/her studies?
10 says why he/she has not lost enthusiasm for his/her work?
The world of engineering
ATHE SNOWBOARD DESIGNER
Liza Brooks, 24, is still studying for her engineering doctorate in advanced snowboard design, but she is already' technical director of the UK's biggest snowboarding company, True Snowboards.
I'm a keen snowboarder so it seemed like a good idea to specialize in building great snowboards. I set up True Snowboards in 2006 with two other colleagues, so now I'm an engineer and an entrepreneur. We now sell snowboards throughout Europe and, next season, we'll be launching in North America. True Snowboards now sponsors some of the best UK snowboarders, including 17-year-old Samantha Rogers, who took the silver medal at this year's British Big Air Championships, a key snowboarding event. Riders at the event who used our boards achieved a 74 per cent medal rate, which says something about how good they are. Our specialty is designing boards that can cope with dry slopes. These surfaces are very abrasive, so they can cause a lot of friction and literally melt conventional boards. I used my engineering skills to come up with a workable solution to dissipate the heat so that the boards don't melt and so that they last longer. Right now, I am experimenting to find new shapes to make the boards perform even better. And I get to go outside and play with the prototypes.
BTHE SPACE EXPERT
Maggie Aderin, 39, is a scientist for Astrium Ltd, the UK's largest space systems and services company. With a background in mechanical engineering, she oversees projects for the European Space Agency as well as NASA.
My job is great fun. 1 head up a team that makes optical instruments for space satellites. We are currently working on an amazing instrument for the Aeolus Satellite which is going to measure wind speed through the Earth's atmosphere. It has to be tough and very accurate, so we need to design and build it with great care. It will need to withstand temperatures that range from between minus 50 and plus 50 degrees centigrade, and will help us to understand more about global warming. I knew I wanted to work in space technology when I made my first telescope at the age of 15. When I left school I studied physics at Imperial College London and then did a PhD in mechanical engineering. I have been engineering instruments ever since. Now I use my engineering skills to solve problems and I am aware of how my job can help preserve the planet in the future.
CTHE RELIEF WORKER
Engineer Andrew Lamb, 26, works for the not-for-profit organization Red.R, which specializes in disaster relief. Lamb was keen to use his skills for the greater good.
Did you know that 40 per cent of people who work for the international aid organization Medicins Sans Frontieres are engineers and not doctors? That's because engineers are absolutely essential in a crisis. They are the ones who can make the water run again and get the power on. They can construct roads and shelters. Aid agencies really value engineers for their management skills in stressful situations, because we work as a team. We are also taught how to break down problems into smaller pieces. Workers who can contribute to disaster relief plans are increasingly sought after as earthquakes, floods and conflict destroy communities. It is vital we get young people into this sector. They can help save lives. It's extremely rewarding when you help get people back on their feet.
Vicki Stevenson, 37, is a chartered energy engineer specializing in renewable energy.
I love the fact that I am doing something practical which makes a difference. I research practical ways to reduce carbon emissions and use sustainable energy sources instead of fossil fuels. My latest project is working on a solar air heater that captures the heat that strikes off the walls of buildings and uses it to heat offices and to provide ventilation. When I went to university, I was torn between studying astrophysics and laser physics. Lasers won because I attended an open day at an engineering company which showed how the use of lasers and fibre optics made equipment safer for people working in mines. The results of the work I do will have far-reaching relevance, meaning we could all benefit in the long run. Knowing that what I do is useful really keeps me motivated.
1 What was the worst movie you have ever watched? Why was it the worst one? (You have 60 seconds to talk)
2 Have you ever had an argument with your best friend? What was it about? (You have 60 seconds to talk)
3 Describe your favorite painting. Why do you like it? (You have 60 seconds to talk)
1 Write a paragraph or 2 about the following topic. (50 words)
(You have 8 minutes to write)
Describe the presidential election in your country. How does it take place?
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.