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    Ingles icfes 2007 Ingles icfes 2007 Document Transcript

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    • Parte 1 Preguntas 1 ñ 5 øDÛnde puede ver estos avisos? En las preguntas 1 ñ 5, marque A, B Û C en su hoja de respuestas. Ejemplo: A in a station PLEASE DO NOT 0 FEED THE ANIMALS B in a cafÈ C in a zoo Respuesta: 0 A B C A in a car park Please hand your room key to 1 B in a school reception when leaving. C in a hotel A at a police station Day trip to castle 2 - leave at 9 am B at a tourist information office - return at 3 pm C in a fast-food restaurant A in a library QUIET 3 PLEASE B at an airport People reading C in a shop A in a shoe shop 4 DO NOT TAKE FOOD INTO B in a sports center THE BASKETBALL HALL C in a guest-house A in a restaurant 5 PLEASE WAIT HERE B in a bank FOR YOUR TABLE C in a post office 3
    • Parte 2 Preguntas 6 ñ 10 Lea las descripciones de la columna de la izquierda (6 ñ 10) y las palabras de la columna de la derecha (A ñ H). øCu·l palabra (A ñ H) concuerda con la descripciÛn de cada frase de la izquierda (6 ñ 10)? En las preguntas 6 ñ 10, marque la letra correcta A ñ H en su hoja de respuestas. Ejemplo: 0 A B C D E F G H 0 You can choose what you want to eat from this. Respuesta: A dictionary 6 You usually put this inside an envelope before posting it. B driving license 7 If you follow this, you won't be late for class. C letter D menu 8 People buy this to learn what has happened in the world. E newspaper 9 The police may want to see this if they stop you in your car. F street map G ticket 10 You cannot travel on most buses without one of these. H timetable 4
    • Parte 3 Preguntas 11 ñ 15 Complete las cinco conversaciones. En las preguntas 11 ñ 15, marque A, B Û C en su hoja de respuestas. Ejemplo: A New York Where do you come from? B School C Home Respuesta: 0 A B C A Certainly. 11 Iíd like the pasta, please. B I hope so. C Do you like it? A Good idea! 12 Shall we eat now? B This is fine. C Itís the same. A Iíve seen it. 13 What do you think of modern art? B I would like to. C I love it. A It started well. 14 Are you sure the match starts at two? B It's all right. C I think so. A I suppose so. 15 I can't do this math problem. B Let me see. C Certainly not. 5
    • Parte 4 Preguntas 16 ñ 23 Lea el texto de la siguiente parte. Escoja la palabra adecuada (A, B Û C) para cada espacio. En las preguntas 16 ñ 23, marque A, B Û C en su hoja de respuestas. BEARS S The bear can (0) ÖÖÖÖ a dangerous animal. The adult bear is very strong and it can kill a person. Bears are good at (16) ÖÖÖÖ trees and they can run very fast. But they cannot see well and, (17) ÖÖÖÖ most animals, they find food by using (18) ÖÖÖÖ noses. There are seven kinds of bear. The (19) ÖÖÖÖ is the white polar bear, which is almost three meters tall. There are two kinds of black bear. (20) ÖÖÖÖ lives in the forests of North America, and the other lives in South-East Asia. But not (21) ÖÖÖÖ black bears are black. They may be dark brown or a reddish brown. Everyone loves the black and white panda bear, which comes from China. Not (22) ÖÖÖÖ pandas live in the forest today because (23) ÖÖÖÖ is difficult to find food. 6
    • Ejemplo: 0 A is B being C be Respuesta: 0 A B C 16 A climbed B climb C climbing 17 A like B from C for 18 A them B those C their 19 A larger B largest C large 20 A Both B One C He 21 A every B all C each 22 A many B more C much 23 A there B anything C it 7
    • Parte 5 Preguntas 24 ñ 30 Lea el artÌculo y luego responda las preguntas. En las preguntas 24 ñ 30, marque A, B Û C en su hoja de respuestas. Ingrid McFarlane d Zoo Keeper o r When I graduated from high school at eighteen, I got a job at a zoo as a student keeper. Now, five years later, things have changed – I have passed my exams and I am a fully trained animal keeper. The money is not good. I only get $15,000 a year. You have to be outside in rain and snow, which is hard work, and you get very dirty. But this doesn't matter to me because animals are the most important thing in my life! There are a hundred monkeys and fifty deer in my part of the zoo and I give them their food and clean their houses. I also need to watch them carefully to be sure that they are all well. In fact, rhinos are my favorite animals and so last year I went to Africa with a colleague for a month to study them. The zoo is open every day and I work five different days each week. I live in a small apartment twenty minutes away and I get up at ten to seven and start work at eight. The first thing I do when I get home at quarter after five is take a shower! 8
    • Ejemplo: 0 Ingrid graduated from high school A five years ago. B nine years ago. C eighteen years ago. Respuesta: 0 A B C 24 Ingrid would like to A take some exams. B earn more money. C change her job. 25 How does Ingrid feel about working in A She hates getting dirty. bad weather? B She doesn't mind it. C She likes the snow. 26 If Ingrid doesn't check the monkeys, A they may become ill. B they may get hungry. C they may run away. 27 The animals Ingrid likes best are the A monkeys. B deer. C rhinos. 28 Ingrid traveled to Africa A to have a month's vacation. B to visit a colleague there. C to learn more about some animals. 29 The zoo is open A only five days a week. B seven days a week. C on different days every week. 30 Ingrid arrives at her apartment in the evening at A five fifteen. B twenty after five. C ten to seven. 9
    • Parte 6 Preguntas 31 ñ 35 Lea el texto y las preguntas de la siguiente parte. En las preguntas 31 ñ 35, marque A, B, C Û D en su hoja de respuestas. Imagine if everyone in your street suddenly came out into the road one day and started singing together. Singing teacher Ruth Black believes it would make everyone so friendly that they would never walk past each other again without saying hello. Singing helps people live in peace together, she says. All over the world people have always sung together and in most places they still do, but in England it is no longer traditional. Nowadays, says Ruth, people only sing together in churches and football grounds, although it could be done anywhere. Everyone is able to sing, she says, but most of us either think we can't or have forgotten what we learned as children. However, as with everything musical, you need to practice and the same applies to your voice. Ruth believes that singing itself brings other benefits. It encourages good breathing, for example. Through singing, people often become more confident and also learn to control stress. But more than anything, it brings people together. When Ruth first started singing, there was little opportunity to sing with others. Then, through a friend, she discovered an excellent singing class and became so keen that she started running her own classes. These are held twice a month for all singers, whatever their level, and are now enormously successful. 31 What is the writer trying to do in this article? A explain why singing has become less popular everywhere B describe a teacher's ideas about the importance of singing C advertise a teacher's singing classes D encourage children to learn to sing 32 What can the reader find out from the article? A how singing is something anyone can do B where the best places to learn to sing are C why traditional singing has disappeared D how to improve your voice 10
    • 33 How does Ruth think singing with other people can help you? A You learn to breathe more easily. B You are able to improve your speaking. C You can get to know other people. D You become a confident musician. 34 What made Ruth start her own class? A She couldn't find a suitable class. B She was asked to teach people she knew. C She wanted to improve her own teaching. D She enjoyed going to a singing class herself. 35 Which is the best advertisement for Ruth's singing classes? A CALLING ALL SINGERS! B THE SOUND OF MUSIC Want an opportunity to sing Our class wants individual with others? We need singers for a neighborhood professional singers to join our street concert. group. Come along. Come and join us. C SING WITH US D SONGS FOR ALL! Think you can't sing? Can you sing? Try our See how you improve with 'Singing for Everyone' class practice! Our popular class is every week and find out! for singers, both with and Make new friends. without experience. 11
    • Parte 7 Preguntas 36 ñ 45 Lea el texto de la siguiente parte. Escoja la palabra adecuada (A, B, C Û D) para cada espacio. En las preguntas 36 ñ 45, marque A, B, C Û D en su hoja de respuestas. Jacqui Swift Jacqui Swift has (0) ÖÖÖÖ as a journalist for newspapers, a music magazine and TV programs. At the (36) ÖÖÖÖ , she is writing for a music website (37) ÖÖÖÖ started last month. ëI (38) ÖÖÖÖ to write for the internet because this is where you find the very latest information about bands. I love the speed of the internet. I can write a piece in the morning and see it (39) ÖÖÖÖ on the website in the afternoon. The same story won't be in the newspapers (40) ÖÖÖÖ the next day. It may (41) ÖÖÖÖ up to six weeks before you see it in some magazines. I am a (42) ÖÖÖÖ of a team. We have to work fast and mustn't make any (43) ÖÖÖÖ , so it can be stressful. But we all get along (44) ÖÖÖÖ with each other. I find it really exciting to think that our work (45) ÖÖÖÖ read all round the world!í 12
    • Ejemplo: 0 A worked B earned C operated D employed Respuesta: 0 A B C D 36 A period B time C moment D date 37 A which B what C who D when 38 A thought B persuaded C imagined D decided 39 A show B appear C attend D display 40 A over B during C towards D until 41 A take B last C stay D remain 42 A worker B colleague C member D person 43 A faults B mistakes C accidents D failures 44 A good B strongly C well D happy 45 A is B will C has D does 13
    • Tabla de Respuestas Examen Tipo 2007-2 Inglés Question Answer Number Part 1 1 C 2 B 3 A 4 B 5 A Part 2 6 C 7 H 8 E 9 B 10 G Part 3 11 A 12 A 13 C 14 C 15 B Part 4 16 C 17 A 18 C 19 B 20 B 21 B 22 A 23 C Part 5 24 B 25 B 26 A 27 C 28 C 29 B 30 A Part 6 31 B 32 A 33 C 34 D 35 C Part 7 36 C 37 A 38 D 39 B 40 D 41 A 42 C 43 B 44 C 45 A