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BTX2 1st Evaluation Revision Key

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BTX 2: 1st EVALUATION EXAM REVISION (KEY)

 

1. Write the related nouns.

 

1  imagination

2  arrangement      

3  discussion 

4  education 

5  excellence

6  management      

7  amusement        

8  organization       

9  tolerance  

10 enjoyment

11 avoidance 

12 confirmation

 

2. Write the related adjectives.

 

1  logical

2  furious

3  personal

4  apologetical

5  rebellious

6  technological

7  optimistic

8  cautious

9  national

10 advantageous

11 theoretical

12 pessimistic

 

3. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words from the list.

 

1  impression (noun)

2  explanation (noun)

3  possession (noun)

4  agreement (noun)

5  revision (noun) à WITH A SUPERTEACHER LIKE THE ONE YOU HAVE AND ALL THE WORK YOU’LL BE DOING WITH THE STUFF FROM THE WIKI, WHAT HAPPENED TO PAM WILL NEVER HAPPEN TO YOU! ;)

6  encouragement (noun)

7  confusion (noun)

 

4. Complete the texts with the correct form of the words.

 

1 dramatic (adjective)

2 mountainous (adjective)

3 courageous (adjective)

4 dangerous (adjective)

5 suspicious (adjective)

6 critical (adjective)

7 climatic (adjective)

8 natural (adjective)

 

5. Rewrite the sentences using the modal verbs.

 

1  Jane could visit Japan next year.

2  I may take / be thinking Spanish lessons.

3  They must be home by now.

4  James can’t be eighteen yet!

5  The weather mightl be sunny tomorrow.

 

6. Read the text. Then rewrite the sentences using the modal verbs.

 

1  Mrs Smith can’t have left home.

2  She might have gone to stay with her mother.

3  Mr Smith might have committed a crime.

4  He must have buried something in the garden.

5  He could have won the lottery.

6  He must have bought a new car.

7  Mr Smith might have murdered his wife.

 

7. Complete the article with the correct form of the passive.

 

Stunts = escenes perilloses on es necessiten dobles

Stuntmen/women = gent que dobla als actors i actrius en les escenes perilloses

1 are often created

2 weren’t filmed (you’re describing a film which has already been release and is out in the cinemas)

3 was made / is made

4 aren’t played

5 are done

6 were set on fire (you’re describing a film which has already been release and is out in the cinemas)

7 were protected (you’re describing a film which has already been release and is out in the cinemas)

8 was injured

9 won’t be needed

10 will be generated

 

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