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Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes
Use of dictionary, electronic devices or mobile devices to assist with answers is not permitted. This is not a pass or fail test and the results are to determine the student’s current English language proficiency level to ensure they enrol in the right course / duration to meet their study goals.
Each question is worth one mark (1 mark awarded if correct) for sections 1A to 3A.
For section 3B and 3C Reading and Writing : Full marks awarded if each point is summarised correctly and correct spelling and grammar is utilised. Deduct marks for spelling and grammatical errors as well as any major points missed in the summary.
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Answer: Yes, _______
Answer: Yes, I do. I have ______ cat.
Answer: No, not ______
Answer: I’m sorry, there’s ____ time for questions
Answer: He’s ____ architect
Answer: Yes, I do
Answer: It’s in the next block
Answer: Yes, _____.
Task: Complete the following conversation with one word from the box below. Please note each word in the box is only used one time to fill in the missing word in the sentence:
22. I’m going to leave work early today because ______ a doctor’s appointment.
Thank you so much for taking care of my apartment this week while I am away. I know we talked about things over the phone, but here are some reminders for you. Would you please feed the cat twice a day? The cat food is on the kitchen counter. Also will you check her water bowl? She drinks a lot of water on hot days.
The plants will probably be okay, but if you could please check them?
Would you do me one more small favour please? I receive lots of mail, so the mailbox can get very full. Would you please empty the mailbox every day? Please leave any mail that comes on the dining room table.
Oh and by the way, I have left some chocolate cake in the fridge, it’s delicious! You are more than welcome to try some.
Thanks again, and I’ll see you next week when I get back home.
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(11)John:OK. bread do we have? Is there ?
(12)Karen: Yes, enough bread for now.
(13)John: Great, how about fruit? I eat fruit on this new diet.
(14)Karen: three apples and two pears. We may need more fruit. How about some oranges?
(15)John: OK. shall I get?
(30) Jack was very sleepy in class. He
(31) The children got money for their birthday. They
(32) Brian has a beautiful voice. He
(33) The bus came late. I
(34) I don’t have any detergent. I
Section 2A : Grammar/Use of English – Time allocated 15 minutes
Questions 21 - 28: Task: Choose the word or phrase to complete each sentence below.
3A : Reading and Writing – Time allocated 20 minutes
Questions 29 - 34:
Task: Read the sentences below and complete the second part of the sentence that talks about the result.
Use can, can’t, could or couldn’t and match it with one of the phrases in the box to complete the sentence.
See example completed below.
It’s a beautiful day. We can go for a walk.
Section 3B : Reading and Writing – Time allocated 20 minutes
Scenario: Wendy is going away on a holiday and her friend Jennifer is looking after her apartment while she is away. Below is the letter for Jennifer from Wendy with instructions.
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