Examenes de ingles grado superior Andalucia

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Colección de exámenes de inglés de las pruebas de acceso a ciclos formativos de grado superior de la Junta de Andalucía.

En ella vas a encontrar, los exámenes propuesto por la Junta de Andalucía desde la convocatoria de junio del 2008 hasta junio del 2014.

Tienes esta colección de exámenes de las pruebas de acceso a ciclos formativo de grado superior de La Junta de Andalucía, actualizada en nuestra web.

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El Centro de Estudios V&R es pionero en la preparación de la prueba de acceso a Ciclos formativos en Linares - Jaén. Ofrecemos una preparación completa de esta prueba, impartiendo clase de todas las materias, tanto comunes como específicas.

El 1 de octubre, damos comienzo a nuestro curso de preparación de las pruebas de acceso a ciclos formativos de grado superior, para la convocatoria ordinaria de junio.

El 1 de julio, damos comienzo a nuestro curso intensivo de preparación de las pruebas de acceso a ciclos formativos de grado superior, para la convocatoria extraordinaria de septiembre

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  1. 1. C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103 CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS V&R “La Calidad De La Enseñanza” C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 – Linares - Jaén Tlf.: 953 090103 E-mail: info@centro-vyr.com V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  2. 2. Colección de exámenes de las pruebas de acceso a ciclos formativos de grado superior Tienes esta colección de exámenes de las pruebas de acceso a ciclos formativo de grado superior de La Junta de Andalucía, actualizada en nuestra web. o www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html El Centro de Estudios V&R es pionero en la preparación de la prueba de acceso a Ciclos formativos en Linares - Jaén. Ofrecemos una preparación completa de esta prueba, impartiendo clase de todas las materias, tanto comunes como específicas. Nuestra preparación incluye simulacros en los que el grado de dificultad aumenta paulatinamente para que adquieras la destreza necesaria el día del examen. El 1 de octubre, damos comienzo a nuestro curso de preparación de las pruebas de acceso a ciclos formativos de grado superior, para la convocatoria ordinaria de junio. El 1 de julio, damos comienzo a nuestro curso intensivo de preparación de las pruebas de acceso a ciclos formativos de grado superior, para la convocatoria extraordinaria de septiembre. Te invitamos a que nos conozcas un poco mejor a través de nuestro canal en YouTube (centro de estudios V&R). Podrás valorar la calidad del material que reciben nuestros alumnos. o https://www.youtube.com/user/VYRCentroEstudio C/. Pintor el Greco 14 23.700-Linares-Jaén 953090103 info@centro-vyr.com V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  3. 3. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN, CULTURA Y DEPORTE Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PRUEBA ACCESO A CICLOS FORMATIVOS DE GRADO SUPERIOR Junio 2014 PARTE COMÚN: INGLÉS DATOS DEL ASPIRANTE CALIFICACIÓN PRUEBA Apellidos: Nombre: D.N.I. o Pasaporte: Fecha de nacimiento: / / Instrucciones: x Lee atentamente las preguntas antes de contestar. x La puntuación máxima de cada pregunta está indicada en cada enunciado. x Revisa cuidadosamente la prueba antes de entregarla. I. COMPRENSIÓN DE UN TEXTO Artist hides gift for gallery visitors A stream of art lovers has poured into an art gallery in Milton Keynes in the UK, spending hours studying the new exhibits intently. The Swiss artists Silvia Bächli and Eric Hattan must be surprised at the success of their latest exhibition. Only the fact that the visitors are looking just as intently at light fittings, skirting boards and window sills gives the game away. “No, nobody has found it yet,” Katharine Sorensen, the gallery’s communications director, said. She has the slightly weary air of a woman who has spent many days doing interviews with journalists from all over the world. This is all since the news spread that local artist Tomas Georgeson had hidden a signed cheque for $12,000 somewhere in the gallery. “We’ve had hundreds of people looking everywhere, and obviously we’ve all had a look, but nobody has seen it. If,” she added darkly, “it is actually there to find.” The gallery insists that far from being its own publicity stunt, it knew nothing about the cheque until it heard about it from the BBC last month. Georgeson is best known as a painter whose portrait of his father was included in a 2011 National Portrait Gallery exhibition in London. He knows the 300-metre-square Milton Keynes Gallery well because he has previously worked there as a volunteer. He said that he had hidden the cheque “as something positive in a town eager to establish itself as a cultural destination”. Assuming the cheque does exist and nobody finds it, the artist has said he will retrieve it on 1 March. Meanwhile the gallery has had to bring in extra staff to guard the displays, although Georgeson said it was not hidden “on or around” any of the works of art, and asked visitors to take great care not to cause any damage. “We have definitely seen more people in,” Sorensen said, with a tiny sigh. “Which is great – obviously.” Original article by Maev Kennedy, rewritten by Janet Hardy-Gould. 1. Une las palabras con las siguientes definiciones. (2 puntos, 0,5 por apartado ) A. The group of people who work in a place. B. Person who does a job without being paid for it. C. Something in a gallery for people to look at, eg a painting. D. To break or harm something. to cause damage [ ] Exhibit [ ] staff [ ] volunteer [ ] PARTE COMUN - GS 7/10 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  4. 4. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN, CULTURA Y DEPORTE Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente 2. De acuerdo con el texto, di si estas frases son Verdaderas (V) o Falsas (F) (2 puntos, 0,25 cada respuesta correcta) A. [ ] A large number of visitors are now coming to the gallery. B. [ ] There is a new exhibition by two Swiss people. C. [ ] Sorenson is tired because she has been talking to the visitors. D. [ ] The gallery helped Georgeson to hide the cheque. E. [ ] One of Georgeson’s portraits was exhibited in the Milton Keynes gallery. F. [ ] Georgeson is going to come back for the cheque if nobody finds it. G. [ ] The cheque is on one of the works of art. H. [ ] More people are now working at the gallery to protect the exhibits. II. GRAMÁTICA Y VOCABULARIO 3. Responde a las siguientes cuestiones: (3 puntos, 0,5 por apartado) A. Find in the text a synonym for REPORTER: B. Write the comparative form of YOUNG: C. Write an interrogative sentence asking for the underlined words. Tomas Georgeson has hidden a signed cheque. D. Write the negative of the following sentence. He knows the 300-metre-square Milton Keynes Gallery well. E. Link the two sentences to form a relative clause. A stream of art lovers has poured into an art gallery in Milton Keynes in the UK. They came by bus. F. Complete the following sentence to make a conditional If nobody finds the cheque III. REDACCIÓN DE UN TEXTO 4. Escribe un texto de entre 60 y 80 palabras sobre uno de los siguientes temas: (3 puntos) A. Write your opinion about modern art. B. What do you think about the idea of hiding the cheque? PARTE COMUN - GS 8/10 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  5. 5. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PRUEBA ACCESO A CICLOS FORMATIVOS DE GRADO SUPERIOR Septiembre 2013 PARTE COMÚN: INGLÉS DATOS DEL ASPIRANTE CALIFICACIÓN PRUEBA Apellidos: Nombre: D.N.I. o Pasaporte: Fecha de nacimiento: / / Instrucciones: • Lee atentamente las preguntas antes de contestar. • La puntuación máxima de cada pregunta está indicada en cada enunciado. • Revisa cuidadosamente la prueba antes de entregarla. I. COMPRENSIÓN DE UN TEXTO Adeline Virginia Woolf (25 January 1882 – 28 March 1941) was an English writer, and one of the foremost * modernists of the twentieth century. Woolf was educated by her parents in their literate and well-connected home at 22 Hyde Park Gate, Kensington. Her parents had each been married previously and been widowed*, and, consequently, the house contained the children of three marriages. According to Woolf's memoirs, her most vivid childhood memories were not of London but of St. Ives in Cornwall, where the family spent every summer until 1895. The sudden death of her mother in 1895, when Virginia was 13, and that of her half-sister Stella two years later, led to the first of Virginia's several nervous breakdowns*. The death of her father in 1904 provoked her most alarming collapse. Virginia married writer Leonard Woolf on the 10th August, 1912. She began writing professionally in 1900. During the interwar period, Woolf was a significant figure in London literary society. Her most famous works include the novels Mrs Dalloway (1925), To the Lighthouse (1927) and Orlando (1928), and the book-length essay A Room o One's Own (1929), with its famous dictum, "A woman must have money and a room of herf own if she is to write fiction." After completing the manuscript of her last novel, Be ween the Acts, Woolf fell into a depression similar to thatt which she had earlier experienced. On 28 March 1941, Woolf put on her overcoat*, filled its pockets with stones, and walked into the River Ouse near her home and drowned* herself. Woolf's body was not found until 18 April 1941. Her husband buried her cremated remains under an elm in the garden of Monk's House, their home in Rodmell, Sussex. Adapted from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virginia_Woolf Glossary: Foremost: líder, dominante -- Widowed: enviudado -- breakdown: crisis nerviosa -- overcoat: abrigo -- drowned: ahogarse 1. Contesta las preguntas con la información del texto. (2 puntos) A. Why did Virginia have half-brothers and half-sisters? B. How did Virginia die? PARTE COMÚN - GS 7/10 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  6. 6. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente 2. De acuerdo con el texto, di si las siguientes afirmaciones son verdaderas (V) o falsas (F). (2 puntos) According to Woolf's memoirs, her best time in her childhood was in London. Her half-sister Stella died in 1897. Virginia was already a professional writer when she married writer Leonard Woolf. Woolf's dead body was found a month later. II. GRAMÁTICA Y VOCABULARIO 3. Responde a las siguientes cuestiones: (3 puntos, 0,5 por apartado) A. Find in the text the synonym for: “IMPORTANT”. B. Write the superlative of EARLY. C. Write the interrogative for the underlined words: “The death of her father in 1904 provoked her most alarming collapse.” D. Link the two sentences to form a relative clause: “Adeline Virginia Woolf was an English writer. She was one of the foremost modernists of the twentieth century.” E. Complete the sentence with the correct tense: “Her mother ……….... in 1895, when Virginia was 13.” (DIE). F. Complete this conditional sentence type III with the correct form of the verbs: “If their parents ……. (WIDOW), they ……………... (MARRY) again” III. REDACCIÓN DE UN TEXTO 4. Escribe un texto de entre 60 y 80 palabras sobre uno de los siguientes temas: (3 puntos) A. Write a biography of an important person in your life. B. What is the last book you read? Did you like it? What was it about? PARTE COMÚN - GS 8/10 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  7. 7. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PRUEBA ACCESO A CICLOS FORMATIVOS DE GRADO SUPERIOR Junio 2013 PARTE COMÚN: INGLÉS DATOS DEL ASPIRANTE CALIFICACIÓN PRUEBA Apellidos: Nombre: D.N.I. o Pasaporte: Fecha de nacimiento: / / Instrucciones: • Lee atentamente las preguntas antes de contestar. • La puntuación máxima de cada pregunta está indicada en cada enunciado. • Revisa cuidadosamente la prueba antes de entregarla. I. COMPRENSIÓN DE UN TEXTO THE HISTORY OF MARVEL COMICS Marvel Comics is home to many of the most well-known and most popular comic book characters of all time. Today they are a part of the mega-corporation known as Marvel Entertainment, which has massive worldwide revenues and influence. It was a long journey for Marvel comic books to reach their dominant market position, featuring some down periods as well as others of explosive popularity and innovation. The Beginning of Marvel Comics Marvel Comics, then known as Timely Comics, was originally founded in 1939. It introduced several superhero characters such as the Human Torch. These characters were successful and gained popularity throughout the United States. With the arrival of World War II, Timely introduced what would become a mega-hit, Captain America. He and other Timely heroes of this time often confronted Nazis, with Captain America once even appearing on a front cover punching Adolf Hitler! This was the Golden Age of comics, with DC Comics’ Superman and Batman leading the way. Stan Lee was briefly the editor until interrupted by his service in World War II, after which he returned and served for several more decades. The Downturn After World War II however, interests and styles changed. The costumed superheroes that were popular were steadily declining while other themes were emerging. Fear of other threats like nuclear war and Communism appeared. During the 1950s Timely became known as Atlas Comics. Stan Lee now had his heroes fighting Communists instead of Nazis. Resurrection In the 60s, superheroes began to reappear on the comic book scene. The Silver Age featured bright, exciting new artwork and creative storylines. The superheroes of old were transformed into new versions of themselves, with more personal and emotional stories and backgrounds. Comic books surged in popularity and Marvel Comic books emerged from the ashes. Stan Lee and his artist, Jack Kirby, introduced the Fantastic Four (including a new Human Torch) in 1961, following a path paved by DC Comics and their own superheroes. Spiderman, the Hulk, X-Men and Iron Man were all created in subsequent years and would go on to great critical acclaim and long-lasting popularity. Captain America, too, was revived, acting as a link between the two eras. Lee gave up editing in the 1970s and became only the publisher. In recent years, Marvel comics have received an extra boost in popularity due to the success of blockbuster films like Spiderman and the Avengers. And Stan Lee makes a brief appearance in every single one. Based on an article from http://www.superherocomicshop.com/marvel-comics Glossary: Revenue: ingresos -- Downturn: declive -- Ashes: cenizas -- Blockbuster: taquillazo 1. De acuerdo con el texto, di si las siguientes afirmaciones son verdaderas (V) o falsas (F). (2 puntos, 0,5 por apartado ) Marvel Comics has had 2 other names. More than one superhero appeared in comics in both the Golden and the Silver Ages. Stan Lee edited comics non-stop from the 1940s until the 1970s. Films about superheroes have made a lot of money and increased interest in the comics. 2. Contesta las preguntas con la información del texto (2 puntos, 1 por apartado) PARTE COMÚN - GS 9/12 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  8. 8. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente A. In what way did the superheroes relate to real historical events in the Golden Age? B. Name 2 ways in which comics were different in the Silver Age compared to the Golden Age? II. GRAMÁTICA Y VOCABULARIO 3. Responde a las siguientes cuestiones: (3 puntos, 0,5 por apartado) A. Find in the text a synonym for SHORT. B. Complete the sentence with the comparative of DANGEROUS. The Hulk is …………………………………….. Captain America. C. Write the interrogative for the underlined words: Stan Lee returned to the company after the Second World War. D. Link the two sentences using a relative clause. Stan Lee edited Atlas Comics. It later changed its name to Marvel Comics. E. Complete the sentence to make a conditional. If I were a superhero, ……………………………………… F. Transform the sentence below into the past. When I arrive home, Joe is waiting for me. III. REDACCIÓN DE UN TEXTO 4. Escribe un texto de entre 60 y 80 palabras sobre uno de los siguientes temas: (3 puntos) A. Have you ever seen a film about superheroes? Describe it. B. In your opinion, what is a hero? PARTE COMÚN - GS 10/12 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  9. 9. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PRUEBA ACCESO A CICLOS FORMATIVOS DE GRADO SUPERIOR Septiembre 2012 PARTE COMÚN: INGLÉS DATOS DEL ASPIRANTE CALIFICACIÓN PRUEBA Apellidos: Nombre: D.N.I. o Pasaporte: Fecha de nacimiento: / / Instrucciones: • Lee atentamente las preguntas antes de contestar. • La puntuación máxima de cada pregunta está indicada en cada enunciado. • Revisa cuidadosamente la prueba antes de entregarla. I. COMPRENSIÓN DE UN TEXTO Jane Austen was born on 16th December 1775 at Steventon rectory. After a few months at home, her mother placed her with Elizabeth Littlewood, a woman living nearby. Elizabeth nursed and raised Austen for a year or eighteen months. In 1783, according to family tradition, Jane and her sister Cassandra went to Oxford to be educated by Mrs. Ann Cawley and they moved with her to Southampton later in the year. Both girls caught typhus and Jane nearly died. Austen was subsequently educated at home, until leaving for boarding school with her sister Cassandra early in 1785. The school curriculum probably included some French, spelling, needlework, dancing and music and, perhaps, drama. By December 1786, Jane and Cassandra had returned home because the Austens could not afford to send both of their daughters to school. After returning from school in 1786, Austen "never again lived anywhere beyond the bounds of her immediate family environment", stated one of her biographer. Austen acquired the rest of her education by reading books, guided by her father, George, and her brothers James and Henry. George Austen apparently gave his daughters unfettered access to his large and varied library, was tolerant of Austen's experiments in writing, and provided both sisters with expensive paper and other materials for their writing and drawing. According to Park Honan, a biographer of Jane Austen, life in the Austen home was lived in "an open, amused, easy intellectual atmosphere". Early in 1816, Jane Austen began to feel unwell. She ignored her illness at first and continued to work and to participate in the usual round of family activities. By the middle of that year, her decline was obvious to Austen and to her family, and Austen's physical condition began a long, slow, and irregular deterioration culminating in her death the following year. After Austen's death, Cassandra and Henry Austen arranged with Murray for the publication of Pe suasion and Nor hanger Abbey as a set in December 1817. Henry Austen contributed a Biographical Note which for the first time identified his sister as the author of the novels. r t Boarding school: internado unfettered: sin cadenas, sin grilletes. Adapted from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_austen 1. Contesta las preguntas con la información del texto (2 puntos) A. Why was Jane Austen educated at home until she left for boading school? ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... B. Why did Park Honan said that life in the Austen home was lived in "an open, amused, easy intellectual atmosphere". ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... PARTE COMÚN - GS 7/10 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  10. 10. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente 2. De acuerdo con el texto, di si las siguientes afirmaciones son verdaderas (V) o falsas (F). (2 puntos) Jane and Cassandra studied in a boarding school because their parents were rich. George Austen didn't help his daughter with their education. Austen, initially, kept doing the housework althoght she didn't feel well. Persuasion and Nor hange Abbey were posthumous publications.t r II. GRAMÁTICA Y VOCABULARIO 3. Responde a las siguientes cuestiones: (3 puntos) A. Find in the text a synonym for ADJACENT: B. Write the comparative form of LONG: C. Write the interrogative for the underlined words: Early in 1816, Jane Austen began to feel unwell. ................................................................................................................................................................... D. Write the negative of the following sentence: Jane and her sister Cassandra went to Oxford to be educated by Mrs. Ann Cawley. ................................................................................................................................................................... E. Link the two sentences to form a relative clause. Jane was placed with Elizabeth Littlewood. Elizabeth nursed and raised her for a year. ................................................................................................................................................................... F. Complete the following sentence to make a conditional If Jane hadn't caught the syphus……………………………………………………………………………………………... III. REDACCIÓN DE UN TEXTO 4. Escribe un texto de entre 60 y 80 palabras sobre uno de los siguientes temas: (3 puntos) A. Imagine the life of a writer, a singer or any famous person. Write his/her biography. B. Remember the last book you read and write your opinion about it. ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... PARTE COMÚN - GS 8/10 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  11. 11. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PRUEBA ACCESO A CICLOS FORMATIVOS DE GRADO SUPERIOR Junio 2012 PARTE COMÚN: INGLÉS DATOS DEL ASPIRANTE CALIFICACIÓN PRUEBA Apellidos: Nombre: D.N.I. o Pasaporte: Fecha de nacimiento: / / Instrucciones: • Lee atentamente las preguntas antes de contestar. • La puntuación máxima de cada pregunta está indicada en cada enunciado. • Revisa cuidadosamente la prueba antes de entregarla. I. COMPRENSIÓN DE UN TEXTO BUSKING IN COVENT GARDEN Busking is a part of British culture and has been since the days of the travelling minstrel, a medieval entertainer who travelled from place to place, especially to sing and recite poetry. For every famous pop singer or band you may have heard of, there are thousands of street performers and buskers who play their art on the streets, and in the pubs, markets and squares of Britain. Covent Garden is just one of these places. The written history of street performers at Covent Garden goes back to the 1600s, but the scene in its current state dates from the late 1970s, when the covered fruit and vegetable market underwent its transformation into a tourist site. As a regularly worked busking pitch, its only rival world-wide would have to be the Pompidou Centre in Paris. As an influence on the English speaking world of street performers, it is in a class of its own. Sure, there are nicer places to work. Sure, there are legendary festivals that we all dream of playing, but Covent Garden is worked by street performers nearly every day of the year. Many of these performers make the majority of their money working nowhere else. And likewise, many of them have been performing at Covent Garden regularly for 10 years or more. The system of deciding who gets to perform has been through endless discussion. Street performing is illegal in London. Covent Garden is an exception to that rule in that the Market Association pays a fee to the city government for the license to allow street performing. Market management requires that every performer must have the liability insurance and must pass an audition. The real purpose of the issuing permits is so they can be taken away if the performer ends up being a nuisance by being dangerous to the public or by being offensive. If you want to watch street shows, learn a lot about the art, and possibly have a go at trying what may be the best training ground in the world for street performers, then come to London and have a look. Based on Rex Boyd’s article on www.englishmagazine.com 1. Contesta las preguntas con la información del texto (2 puntos) A. Why has Covent Garden become so famous? ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... B. What are the requirements for performing at Coven Garden? ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... 2. De acuerdo con el texto, di si las siguientes afirmaciones son verdaderas (V) o falsas (F). (2 puntos) Busking has its roots in medieval Britain . Covent Garden is a cultural reference for English speaking artists. Most artists performing at Covent Garden don’t do it on a regular basis. Busking at Covent Garden is not regulated. PARTE COMÚN - GS 9/12 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  12. 12. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente II. GRAMÁTICA Y VOCABULARIO 3. Responde a las siguientes cuestiones: (3 puntos) A. Find in the text the synonym for: “CONTINUOUS”: B. Write the superlative of DANGEROUS. C. Write the interrogative for the underlined words: ‘Many of these performers make the majority of their money working nowhere else. ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... D. Link the two sentences to form a relative clause: “Covent Garden is worked by street artists every day of the year. Its only rival is the Pompidou Centre in Paris”. ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... E. Complete the sentence with the correct tense: “Street performers ….................... at Covent Garden since 1970” (PLAY). F. Complete this conditional sentence type II with the correct form of the verbs: “If you ….............. to Covent Garden (GO), you.......................... (WATCH) the best street shows ”. III. REDACCIÓN DE UN TEXTO 4. Escribe un texto de entre 60 y 80 palabras sobre uno de los siguientes temas: (3 puntos) A. What’s the latest show you have watched? Did you like it? Why?/Why not? B. What do you think of busking? Do you think it should be legal or illegal? Why? ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................PARTE COMÚN - GS 10/12 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  13. 13. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PRUEBA ACCESO A CICLOS FORMATIVOS DE GRADO SUPERIOR Septiembre 2011 PARTE COMÚN: INGLÉS DATOS DEL ASPIRANTE CALIFICACIÓN PRUEBA Apellidos: Nombre: D.N.I. o Pasaporte: Fecha de nacimiento: / / Instrucciones: • Lee atentamente las preguntas antes de contestar. • La puntuación máxima de cada pregunta está indicada en cada enunciado. • Revisa cuidadosamente la prueba antes de entregarla. I. COMPRENSIÓN DE UN TEXTO: White House goes green with solar panels Solar panels will be installed on the White House roof a quarter of a century after they were removed by President Ronald Reagan. A mix of different panels will be fitted in spring 2011 to generate both hot water and renewable electricity. The move will come as a surprise to many green campaigners after the White House apparently rejected a recent request by environmentalists to install the technology. It will be the first time since 1986 that solar panels have sat on the White House, since Reagan removed a system installed by his predecessor Jimmy Carter. In 1979 Carter held a conference on the roof, showing off the 32 panels and his desire to reduce the US’s dependence on oil. The return of solar at the White House follows other symbolic green efforts since Obama took power, including Michelle Obama’s creation of an organic vegetable garden in the White House grounds last year. Green campaigners have been pressing the president to reinstate solar at the White House. They have been driving around the US in a biodiesel-powered van with one of the original panels installed by Carter. The campaigners visited the White House in September and made a symbolic demand for the old panel to be reinstalled on the roof. But the request was rejected and no plans for future solar panels were given. Bill McKibben, who led the campaign, welcomed Obama’s decision to fit new panels: “Solar panels on one house, even this house, won’t save the climate, of course. But they’re a powerful symbol to the whole nation about where the future lies.” To mark last month’s 10/10/10 day of mass participation climate events around the world, the president of the Maldives also decided to use solar energy. Mohamed Nasheed, whose low-lying island country is at risk from rising sea levels caused by global warming, has installed 50 panels on his presidential home. Original article by Adam Vaughan, rewritten by Janet Hardy-Gould. guardian.co.uk/weekly/ 1. Contesta las preguntas con la información del texto. (2 puntos) A. Why are some people surprised by this decision? ...................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................... PARTE COMÚN - GS 9/16 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  14. 14. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente B. What have green campaigners done to make the White House greener? .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... 2. De acuerdo con el texto, di si las siguientes afirmaciones son verdaderas (V) o falsas (F). (2 puntos) . Obama is the only president who is going to install solar panels on his official home There has never been solar panel at the White House. The green activists are happy with Obama decision. Ronald Regan didn't want this kind of energy at the White House. II. GRAMÁTICA Y VOCABULARIO 3. Responde a las siguientes cuestiones: (3 puntos) A. Find in the text a word opposite for: abhorrence, aversion, disgust:: …........................................... B. Write the superlative of GREEN: …................................................ C. Write the interrogative for the underlined words. “A mix of different panels will be fitted in spring 2011” ….............................................................................................................................. D. Write the negative of the following sentence. “They have been driving around the US in a biodiesel-powered van” …............................................................................................................................. E. Link the two sentences to form a relative clause. Solar panels will be installed on the White House roof. They were removed by Pr. Ronald Reagan …............................................................................................................................. F. Complete the following sentence to make a conditional If I had solar panels installed on my roof, ….................................................................. III. REDACCIÓN DE UN TEXTO 4. Escribe un texto de entre 60 y 80 palabras sobre uno de los siguientes temas: (3 puntos) A. Advantages and disadvantages of the alternative sources of energy. B. Write a letter to the King and suggest the installation of solar panels on the Zarzuela Palace. ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... PARTE COMÚN - GS 10/16 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  15. 15. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PRUEBA ACCESO A CICLOS FORMATIVOS DE GRADO SUPERIOR Junio 2011 PARTE COMÚN: INGLÉS DATOS DEL ASPIRANTE CALIFICACIÓN PRUEBA Apellidos: Nombre: D.N.I. o Pasaporte: Fecha de nacimiento: / / Instrucciones:  Lee atentamente las preguntas antes de contestar.  La puntuación máxima de cada pregunta está indicada en cada enunciado.  Revisa cuidadosamente la prueba antes de entregarla. I. COMPRENSIÓN DE UN TEXTO: SHERLOCK HOLMES RETURNS Sir Arthur Conan Doyle killed off Sherlock Holmes because he spent too much time writing the stories. Now, 80 years after the author's death, Britain's most famous detective is being brought back to life with a new novel by Anthony Horowitz. The character of Sherlock Holmes was originally created by the Scottish writer Arthur Conan Doyle, who wrote four novels and more than 50 short stories about Holmes. After his death, his son Adrian wrote several stories about the famous Victorian detective, but critics say he was never that popular. But it's the first time that the Arthur Conan Doyle Society has officially asked an author to write a new novel. His name is Anthony Horowitz and is best known for his Alex Rider children's series. So was he worried by the challenge? Anthony Horowitz: "Well obviously, I was worried to a certain extent and you are dealing with probably the most iconic detective in the whole history of literature. And the one thing I didn't want to do was to disappoint those really devout fans, the sort of Sherlock Holmes Society and people who love these books. But to be honest with you, I actually found it fairly easy to write because I have loved those books since I was 16 years old, I've read them two or three times during the course of my lifetime - in fact, my whole life as a writer of crime fiction myself was, to a certain extent, inspired by Doyle and I find the book not so scary as I thought it might be." Anthony Horowitz says he's a devoted fan and aims to produce a first rate mystery for a modern audience. Sunita Nahar, BBC News 1. Contesta las preguntas con la información del texto. (2 puntos) A. What can you say about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle? ...................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................... B. Does Anthony Horowitz like Sherlock Holmes adventures? .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................................................PARTE COMÚN - GS 9/14 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  16. 16. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente 2. De acuerdo con el texto, di si las siguientes afirmaciones son verdaderas (V) o falsas (F). (2 puntos)  Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was 80 when he died.  Anthony Horowitz writes books for boys and girls.  Anthony Horowitz finds very easy to write a Sherlock Holmes story.  Nobody wants Anthony Horowitz to write about Holmes. II. GRAMÁTICA Y VOCABULARIO 3. Responde a las siguientes cuestiones: (3 puntos) A. Find in the text the opposite for: “HATE”: …........................................... B. Write the comparative of POPULAR: …................................................ C. Write the interrogative for the underlined words. “His son Adrian wrote several stories about the famous Victorian detective” ….............................................................................................................................. D. Write the negative of the following sentence. I've read them two or three times during the course of my lifetime. …............................................................................................................................. E. Link the two sentences to form a relative clause. Aloysius lives in London. He has been in Madrid twice. …............................................................................................................................. F. Complete the following sentence to make a conditional I will read all Sherlock Holmes books ….................................................................. III. REDACCIÓN DE UN TEXTO 4. Escribe un texto de entre 60 y 80 palabras sobre uno de los siguientes temas: (3 puntos) A. What do you think about detective stories? B. Write about the last book you have read. ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................................... PARTE COMÚN - GS 10/14 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  17. 17. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PRUEBA ACCESO A CICLOS FORMATIVOS DE GRADO SUPERIOR PARTE COMÚN: INGLÉS DATOS DEL ASPIRANTE CALIFICACIÓN PRUEBA Apellidos: Nombre: D.N.I. o Pasaporte: Fecha de nacimiento: / / Instrucciones:  Lee atentamente las preguntas antes de contestar.  La puntuación máxima de cada pregunta está indicada en cada enunciado.  Revisa cuidadosamente la prueba antes de entregarla. I. COMPRENSIÓN DE UN TEXTO: IMMIGRATION In the past, many people left Spain in search of work and a better life. After World War II, Europe collapsed and some countries suffered the consequences of the long conflict. Many of their towns and cities were destroyed. When they started to rebuild them, they needed a lot of extra working hands, and many Spanish people left to work in construction. These Spaniards were looking for better working conditions and a better standard of living. Other Europeans welcomed them because they needed workers. Now things have changed. Spain is a developed country and Spaniards don’t have to leave to find good employment. People now immigrate to Spain. We need immigrants to do some types of work. Many people from developing countries and Eastern European countries are coming to Spain to look for jobs and a standard of living they can’t find in their countries. Before, Spaniards were attracted by the richness and prosperity of countries such as Germany, France, Britain, Belgium, etc., but now citizens from abroad are attracted to the economic and social conditions we enjoy in our country. Many Spanish people welcome foreign workers. They believe they are helping us in the jobs we don’t want to do. However, others disagree and don’t want immigrants to remain in Spain. For this reason, Spanish authorities are creating legislation to defend immigrants’ rights. The fact that foreign people come to our country to work has its advantages and disadvantages. However, we have to consider that once we immigrated to other countries and now people are immigrating to Spain. We have to make every possible effort to help them integrate into our society because immigration is an unstoppable phenomenon. 1.- Contesta las preguntas con la información del texto. (2 puntos) A. Why do people decide to migrate to another country? .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... B. What should we do with immigrants? Why? .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html Septiembre 2010
  18. 18. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente 2. De acuerdo con el texto, di si las siguientes afirmaciones son verdaderas (V) o falsas (F). (2 puntos).  Spanish people have never migrated to other countries.  Now Spain is receptor of people coming to work.  Spanish people shouldn’t integrate migrants into our societies.  Migration is a stoppable event in modern developed societies. II GRAMÁTICA Y VOCABULARIO 3. Responde a las siguientes cuestiones. (3 puntos: 0,3 cada item) A.- Find in the text an opposite for “worse”: ………………………………….. B. Give the opposite of ‘employment’ (line 7): .......................................................... C.- Give an synonym for “conflict” (line 2): .......................................................... D.- Fill in with the correct preposition: ‘I have lived here ....................... a long time’. E.- Complete the following sentence with a question tag: ‘The children made a party at home, ...........................................?’ F.- Find an adverb from the text that matches the following definition: ‘From a different country‘ ........................................................................ G.- Complete with a modal verb: ‘Tomorrow is Sunday. You ............................................ come to school’. H.- Put the verbs in the correct tenses. ‘While I …………..…………….. (study) my mother …….…………… (come) into the room’. I.- Turn the sentence into the passive. ‘John sent some flowers to Mary for her birthday’. ............................................................................................................................... III. REDACCIÓN DE UN TEXTO 4. Escribe un texto de entre 60 y 80 palabras sobre uno de los siguientes temas: (3 puntos) A. Do you think that we should welcome immigrants? Give reasons. B. Imagine you migrate to another country. How would you like to be treated? .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  19. 19. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PRUEBA ACCESO A CICLOS FORMATIVOS DE GRADO SUPERIOR PARTE COMÚN: INGLÉS DATOS DEL ASPIRANTE CALIFICACIÓN PRUEBA Apellidos: Nombre: D.N.I. o Pasaporte: Fecha de nacimiento: / / Instrucciones:  Lee atentamente las preguntas antes de contestar.  La puntuación máxima de cada pregunta está indicada en cada enunciado.  Revisa cuidadosamente la prueba antes de entregarla. I. COMPRENSIÓN DE UN TEXTO: RIVER RAFTING High adventure sports are becoming very popular among young people. These sports offer them the chance to relax from the tension of daily life in cities and towns. These activities are not only sports but also social events to have fun with friends and meet new people with similar tastes. River rafting is one high adventure sport. Before trying it, you should take some things into consideration. River rafting consists in riding an inflatable rubber boat down a violent river with the help of a paddle. Beginners should not try this sport by themselves. They should follow the instructions of an expert guide who will lead them down even the most raging rivers safely. If you want to go river rafting, choose a good company which offers different levels of rafting from beginner to experienced. At first, you will go down a river that moves slowly and has only a few rocks. This level mixes both sport and nature, allowing you to enjoy the scenery as you float down the river. As you go more often, you can try a faster river with more powerful waves and more rocks. As you go more often, you will feel more secure about the risks you are taking. It is always very important to wear the special equipment for this outdoor activity. If you are a risk-taker, in good shape and know how to react in difficult situations, river rafting is an ideal sport for you to spend a good weekend with friends or new people. Always raft safely and with other people in case you have an accident. The chances of falling overboard are high. 1. Contesta las preguntas con la información del texto. (2 puntos) A. What is river rafting? .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... B. What kind of person is river rafting more suitable for? .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html Junio 2010
  20. 20. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente 2. De acuerdo con el texto, di si las siguientes afirmaciones son verdaderas (V) o falsas (F). (2 puntos).  At first take up river rafting by yourself.  Practising rifer rafting there are no possiblities of overboard.  As you progress, the difficulties increase.  This sport is not for courageous and risky people. II. GRAMÁTICA Y VOCABULARIO 3. Responde a las siguientes cuestiones: (3 puntos) A. Find the opposite for: “OLD” : ................................................................... B. Write the superlative of: “EASY”: ................................................................... C. Write the interrogative for the underlined words. “We met Paul during our stay in that wonderful resort:” ................................................................................................................................................................. D. Write a word from the text that matches the following definition: ‘Someone who is interested in things and eager to learn as much as possible.’ (adjective): ............................ E. Turn the sentence ‘The policeman took the thief to prison’ into the passive voice: .................................................................................................................................................................... F. Complete the following sentence to make a conditional If I were a good sportman/woman, ......................................................................................................... III. REDACCIÓN DE UN TEXTO 4. Escribe un texto de entre 60 y 80 palabras sobre uno de los siguientes temas: (3 puntos) A. The sport I like and practise. B. Do you think that taking up a sport is a good way of improving our health? .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
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  24. 24. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PRUEBA ACCESO A CICLOS FORMATIVOS DE GRADO SUPERIOR PARTE COMÚN: INGLÉS DATOS DEL ASPIRANTE CALIFICACIÓN PRUEBA Apellidos: Nombre: D.N.I. o Pasaporte: Fecha de nacimiento: / / Instrucciones: • Lee atentamente las preguntas antes de contestar. • La puntuación máxima de cada pregunta está indicada en cada enunciado. • Revisa cuidadosamente la prueba antes de entregarla. I. COMPRENSIÓN DE UN TEXTO: SHOPPING CENTRES People in the western world spend a lot of time in shopping centres. Shopping centres are consumer paradises. They are climate-controlled, with wide arcades, fountains, plants and escalators. Every type of shop can be found and, for the hungry shoppers who often drive long distances, fast-food shops are available. Even exquisite restaurants have opened in shopping centres. Of course, no shopping centre today is complete without a cinema, showing several films simultaneously. Cinemas at shopping centres were initially to keep youngsters busy while their parents went shopping. In the past, some shopping centres did not show adult films for this reason. Gradually, the shopping centre became the place for family meetings, with or without shopping. Families go there just to spend time together away from home. 1. Contesta las preguntas con la información del texto (2 puntos) A. What type of activities can you do in a shopping centre? .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... B. Why do families go to shopping centres? .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... PARTE COMÚN - GS 13/20 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  25. 25. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente 2. De acuerdo con el texto, di si las siguientes afirmaciones son verdaderas (V) o falsas (F) (2 puntos). Shopping centres have become a social place, unrelated to shopping. A shopping centre is useable in all weathers. You can only see children's films in a shopping centre. You can only eat fast food in a shopping centre. II. GRAMÁTICA Y VOCABULARIO 3. Responde a las siguientes cuestiones: (3 puntos) A. Give an opposite for “past”(line 8 ). ...................................... B. Find in the text a synonym for “young person”: ............................................... C. Write a question for the underlined words: “people in the western world spend a lot of time in shopping centres.” .................................................................................................................................................................... D. Write the negative of this sentence: “the shopping centre became the place for family meetings.” .................................................................................................................................................................... E. Write a word from the text which matches the following definition: “very elegant or expensive”. .................................................................................................................................................................... F. Complete with the correct form of the verb: If it .................. (rain), we ..................(stay) at home. III. REDACCIÓN DE UN TEXTO 4. Escribe un texto de entre 60 y 80 palabras sobre uno de los siguientes temas: (3 puntos) A. Do you like spending time at shopping centres? why? B. Shopping centres are bad because they make people consume too much and spend too much money buying unnecessary things .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... PARTE COMÚN - GS 14/20 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  26. 26. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................................... PARTE COMÚN - GS 15/20 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  27. 27. CONSEJERÍA DE EDUCACIÓN Dirección General de Formación Profesional y Educación Permanente PARTE COMÚN - GS 16/20 V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  28. 28. V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  29. 29. V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103
  30. 30. V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html
  31. 31. V&RCentroDeEstudiosCB-constituida27/09/2006-CIF.E23579832-C/PintorelGreco14-23700Linares-Jaén-Tlf953090103 www.centro-vyr.com/prueba_grado_superior.html C/ Pintor el Greco 14 23.700 Linares-Jaén Telf.: 953 090 103

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