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Pruebas de acceso a enseñanzas universitarias oficiales    II. LEXICON / PHONETICS (2 POINTS):
                          de grado (Bachillerato L.O.E.)                              A. LEXICON. (1 POINT) (0.25 points for each correct answer)
                          IDIOMA EXTRANJERO: Inglés                                   Find words or phrases in the text that mean the same as these given.
                           No se permite el uso del diccionario ni de ningún otro    1.     Specialists.
                              material didáctico.                                     2.     A few.
                           Las preguntas deberán ser respondidas en Inglés.          3.     Rather than.
                           Duración de la prueba: 1 hora y 30 minutos.               4.     Appeared.
                           Esta hoja no se entrega y hay que responder todos los
                              bloques de la propuesta elegida, A o B.                 B. PHONETICS. (1 POINT) (0.25 points for each correct answer)
                                                                                      1. Write two words from the text that include the same sound as “time" /aɪ/.
                                  PROPUESTA A                                            (0.5)
                                                                                      2. Is the “-ed” pronounced /t/, /d/ or /ɪd/ in “awaited”? (0.25)
                       2011 TO BE THE BEST YEAR EVER
                                                                                      3. Write one word from the text that includes the same sound as “edge" /ʤ/.
Futurologists and experts who study New Year’s resolutions predict 2011 will be          (0.25)
the best year ever for many people. This is welcome news for the billions around
the world who hope this year will be better than last year.                          III. USE OF ENGLISH. (3 POINTS) (0.5 for each correct answer)
                                                                                     Rewrite the following sentences starting with the words given.
2011 will see less poverty and there will be a greater number of people with          1. The boy isn’t tall enough to reach the medicine
access to computers. One expert looks forward to new developments that will                                                                        The boy is …
                                                                                           cabinet.
help the environment. California will open the world's largest solar power plant
and several electric cars will go on sale, including some much-awaited models.        2. “I’m sorry that I have read the diary”, Doris said.       Doris apologised …
It’s going to be a great year if you study English as there will be more cool
websites and applications for students to brush up on spelling, vocabulary and        3. Look after your health Bob, or you’ll have problems
                                                                                                                                                   If Bob …
grammar.                                                                                   with it.

                                                                                      4. The atmosphere is made up of various gases.               Various gases …
It seems more of us will keep our New Year’s resolutions this year. According to a
New Year’s Day poll, the top resolution is to spend more quality time with family     5. I’m sure that somebody has taken my wallet.               Somebody must …
and friends, talking to them rather than being on the phone or texting messages in
front of them. The second most popular thing we will resolve to do is get fitter.     6. Write the correct question for the underlined words:
Experts say many of us could keep this promise well into February instead of                                                                       …?
                                                                                           She heard some voices coming from the kitchen.
giving up in mid-January. Other top plans include quitting smoking, getting out of
debt and helping others. Of course, learning English featured high on many
people’s lists.
                                                                                     IV. COMPOSITION. (3 POINTS)
                                Adapted from http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com
                                                                                           Write a composition of between 100 and 125 words on the following topic:
                                   QUESTIONS
                                                                                               How was 2010 for you?
I.   READING COMPREHENSION. (2 POINTS) (0.5 points for each correct
     answer)
     Add TRUE or FALSE and copy the evidence from the text to support your
     answer.
     NO marks are given for only true or false.
1.   People who study the future predicted this year will be great.
2.   Fewer people will be poor.
3.   According to the text, some new solar-powered cars will go on sale.
4.   Many New Year’s resolutions include studying English.
Pruebas de acceso a enseñanzas universitarias oficiales de       III. LEXICON / PHONETICS (2 POINTS):
                          grado (Bachillerato L.O.E.)                                       A. LEXICON. (1 POINT) (0.25 points for each correct answer)
                          IDIOMA EXTRANJERO: Inglés                                         Find words or phrases in the text that mean the same as these given.
                           No se permite el uso del diccionario ni de ningún otro              1.   Mainly.
                              material didáctico.                                               2.   Frightening.
                           Las preguntas deberán ser respondidas en Inglés.                    3.   In danger.
                           Duración de la prueba: 1 hora y 30 minutos.                         4.   Calculate.
                           Esta hoja no se entrega y hay que responder todos los
                              bloques de la propuesta elegida, A o B.                       B. PHONETICS. (1 POINT) (0.25 points for each correct answer)
                                                                                                1. Write two words from the text that include the same sound as
                                   PROPUESTA B                                                     “thing" /ŋ/. (0.5)
                                                                                                2. Write two words from the text that include the same sound as
               ONE BILLION PEOPLE DON'T HAVE ENOUGH TO EAT                                           “know" /əʊ/. (0.5)

Around one billion people in the world don't have enough healthy food to eat,              III. USE OF ENGLISH. (3 POINTS) (0.5 for each correct answer)
according to a new report. The 2010 Global Hunger Index shows that child                   Rewrite the following sentences starting with the words given.
malnutrition is one of the biggest causes of lifelong ill health worldwide. Despite the
                                                                                               1. I usually buy my clothes in this shopping
number of starving people in the world falling between 1990 and 2006, recent years                                                                This is …
have seen that number go up slowly, with the data from 2009 showing more than one                 centre.
billion hungry people. The most recent figures from 2010 suggest the number may             2. It is banned to smoke in public places.            Smoking …
again be falling, but this data isn't yet complete.
                                                                                            3. The film was so boring that I fell asleep.         It was …
Twenty-nine countries - mostly in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia - have levels of
hunger described as alarming or extremely alarming. The global food price crisis and        4. They gave me a watch for my birthday.              I…
the worldwide recession have contributed to this rise, says the report. And children
under two are most at risk. Malnourishment at this stage harms physical and mental          5. Perhaps they have gone away on holiday.            They …
development and its effects are mostly irreversible, causing lifelong damage.               6. Write the correct question for the underlined
                                                                                               words:                                             …?
The authors argue that improving child nutrition would have the biggest effect on
reducing global hunger. They estimate that child malnutrition could be cut by around          She’s practised karate since she was a kid.
a third by providing improved health care and nutrition, not only to young children, but
also to mothers during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Reducing the numbers of                IV. COMPOSITION. (3 POINTS)
hungry people will also significantly improve productivity and economic development.
                                                                                              Write a composition of between 100 and 125 words on the following topic:
                                                    Adapted from http://www.bbc.co.uk
                                                                                             “Being poor is a problem with no solution”. Do you agree?
                                     QUESTIONS

I.    READING COMPREHENSION. (2 POINTS) (0.5 points for each correct
     answer)
     Add TRUE or FALSE and copy the evidence from the text to support your
     answer.
     NO marks are given for only true or false.
     1.   There were fewer hungry people some years ago.
     2.   The only reason for the problem is the economic crisis.
     3.   The situation is even worse for children.
     4.   Even if the problem of hunger were solved, the economy of these countries
          would get worse.
Junio

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  • 1. Pruebas de acceso a enseñanzas universitarias oficiales II. LEXICON / PHONETICS (2 POINTS): de grado (Bachillerato L.O.E.) A. LEXICON. (1 POINT) (0.25 points for each correct answer) IDIOMA EXTRANJERO: Inglés Find words or phrases in the text that mean the same as these given.  No se permite el uso del diccionario ni de ningún otro 1. Specialists. material didáctico. 2. A few.  Las preguntas deberán ser respondidas en Inglés. 3. Rather than.  Duración de la prueba: 1 hora y 30 minutos. 4. Appeared.  Esta hoja no se entrega y hay que responder todos los bloques de la propuesta elegida, A o B. B. PHONETICS. (1 POINT) (0.25 points for each correct answer) 1. Write two words from the text that include the same sound as “time" /aɪ/. PROPUESTA A (0.5) 2. Is the “-ed” pronounced /t/, /d/ or /ɪd/ in “awaited”? (0.25) 2011 TO BE THE BEST YEAR EVER 3. Write one word from the text that includes the same sound as “edge" /ʤ/. Futurologists and experts who study New Year’s resolutions predict 2011 will be (0.25) the best year ever for many people. This is welcome news for the billions around the world who hope this year will be better than last year. III. USE OF ENGLISH. (3 POINTS) (0.5 for each correct answer) Rewrite the following sentences starting with the words given. 2011 will see less poverty and there will be a greater number of people with 1. The boy isn’t tall enough to reach the medicine access to computers. One expert looks forward to new developments that will The boy is … cabinet. help the environment. California will open the world's largest solar power plant and several electric cars will go on sale, including some much-awaited models. 2. “I’m sorry that I have read the diary”, Doris said. Doris apologised … It’s going to be a great year if you study English as there will be more cool websites and applications for students to brush up on spelling, vocabulary and 3. Look after your health Bob, or you’ll have problems If Bob … grammar. with it. 4. The atmosphere is made up of various gases. Various gases … It seems more of us will keep our New Year’s resolutions this year. According to a New Year’s Day poll, the top resolution is to spend more quality time with family 5. I’m sure that somebody has taken my wallet. Somebody must … and friends, talking to them rather than being on the phone or texting messages in front of them. The second most popular thing we will resolve to do is get fitter. 6. Write the correct question for the underlined words: Experts say many of us could keep this promise well into February instead of …? She heard some voices coming from the kitchen. giving up in mid-January. Other top plans include quitting smoking, getting out of debt and helping others. Of course, learning English featured high on many people’s lists. IV. COMPOSITION. (3 POINTS) Adapted from http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com Write a composition of between 100 and 125 words on the following topic: QUESTIONS  How was 2010 for you? I. READING COMPREHENSION. (2 POINTS) (0.5 points for each correct answer) Add TRUE or FALSE and copy the evidence from the text to support your answer. NO marks are given for only true or false. 1. People who study the future predicted this year will be great. 2. Fewer people will be poor. 3. According to the text, some new solar-powered cars will go on sale. 4. Many New Year’s resolutions include studying English.
  • 2. Pruebas de acceso a enseñanzas universitarias oficiales de III. LEXICON / PHONETICS (2 POINTS): grado (Bachillerato L.O.E.) A. LEXICON. (1 POINT) (0.25 points for each correct answer) IDIOMA EXTRANJERO: Inglés Find words or phrases in the text that mean the same as these given.  No se permite el uso del diccionario ni de ningún otro 1. Mainly. material didáctico. 2. Frightening.  Las preguntas deberán ser respondidas en Inglés. 3. In danger.  Duración de la prueba: 1 hora y 30 minutos. 4. Calculate.  Esta hoja no se entrega y hay que responder todos los bloques de la propuesta elegida, A o B. B. PHONETICS. (1 POINT) (0.25 points for each correct answer) 1. Write two words from the text that include the same sound as PROPUESTA B “thing" /ŋ/. (0.5) 2. Write two words from the text that include the same sound as ONE BILLION PEOPLE DON'T HAVE ENOUGH TO EAT “know" /əʊ/. (0.5) Around one billion people in the world don't have enough healthy food to eat, III. USE OF ENGLISH. (3 POINTS) (0.5 for each correct answer) according to a new report. The 2010 Global Hunger Index shows that child Rewrite the following sentences starting with the words given. malnutrition is one of the biggest causes of lifelong ill health worldwide. Despite the 1. I usually buy my clothes in this shopping number of starving people in the world falling between 1990 and 2006, recent years This is … have seen that number go up slowly, with the data from 2009 showing more than one centre. billion hungry people. The most recent figures from 2010 suggest the number may 2. It is banned to smoke in public places. Smoking … again be falling, but this data isn't yet complete. 3. The film was so boring that I fell asleep. It was … Twenty-nine countries - mostly in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia - have levels of hunger described as alarming or extremely alarming. The global food price crisis and 4. They gave me a watch for my birthday. I… the worldwide recession have contributed to this rise, says the report. And children under two are most at risk. Malnourishment at this stage harms physical and mental 5. Perhaps they have gone away on holiday. They … development and its effects are mostly irreversible, causing lifelong damage. 6. Write the correct question for the underlined words: …? The authors argue that improving child nutrition would have the biggest effect on reducing global hunger. They estimate that child malnutrition could be cut by around She’s practised karate since she was a kid. a third by providing improved health care and nutrition, not only to young children, but also to mothers during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Reducing the numbers of IV. COMPOSITION. (3 POINTS) hungry people will also significantly improve productivity and economic development. Write a composition of between 100 and 125 words on the following topic: Adapted from http://www.bbc.co.uk “Being poor is a problem with no solution”. Do you agree? QUESTIONS I. READING COMPREHENSION. (2 POINTS) (0.5 points for each correct answer) Add TRUE or FALSE and copy the evidence from the text to support your answer. NO marks are given for only true or false. 1. There were fewer hungry people some years ago. 2. The only reason for the problem is the economic crisis. 3. The situation is even worse for children. 4. Even if the problem of hunger were solved, the economy of these countries would get worse.