Olvasott szöveg értése
0/0 Pont
Missed sentence
0/7 Pont
Pairing
0/7 Pont
Match the paragraphs
0/6 Pont
True or false
0/7 Pont
Nyelvhelyesség
0/0 Pont
Word paste
0/8 Pont
Missing word
0/8 Pont
Quiz
0/9 Pont
Hallott szöveg értése
0/0 Pont
Tru or false
0/8 Pont
Quiz
0/6 Pont
Missing words
0/8 Pont

Olvasott szöveg értése
In this article about parents going to school some parts of sentences have been left out. Your task is to reconstruct the story by filling in the gaps from the list. Write the letters (A-K) in the white boxes next to the numbers (1-7) as in the example (0). There are two extra letters that you will not need. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A) so we have to go very slowly 
B) in order to understand 
C) so they can understand 
D) to spend eight hours 
E) just in time to take the exam 
F) who attended a class with his wife 
G) so that they can be helpful 
H) who decide to take part in the course 
I) who left the subject behind K) why they are challenged


0) C
1)   
2)   
3)   
4)   
5)   
6)   
7)   
Read this article about a young man and his girlfriend and then read the half sentences that follow the text. Your task is to match the half sentences based on the information in the article. Write the letters (A-H) in the white boxes next to the numbers (8-13) as in the example (0). Remember that there is one extra letter that you will not need.

 
0) Modern technology                                         A) had carefully planned the event.
8) The app                                                             B) was given to her friends.
9) The proposal                                                    C) was used to create a message.
10) The letters                                                      D) have been informed about the event.
11) A mistake                                                        E) had already been used by the young man.
12) Friends                                                            F) might make the whole thing much longer.
13) Mr Chudley                                                     G) was posted on a community website.
                                                                                H) were written on a map.


0)  C
8)    
9)    
10)   
11)   
12)   
13)   
In the following interview with Chris Guillebeau, the person who has travelled most widely in the world, the questions have been removed. Your task is to match the questions (A-H) and the answers (14-19). 


 
 A) Why is travel important? How has it changed you? 
 
B) What’s the best travel advice you can share with us? 
 
C) Where do you call home? 
 
D) Have you ever left your passport at home? 
 
E) Is there a place that draws you back again and again? Why? 
 
F) What do you never leave at home? 
 
G) What are you working on right now? 
 
H) What’s the strangest thing you’ve seen in your travels?


0)  C
14)    
15)    
16)    
17)    
18)   
19)   
Read this article about a person who is afraid of nothing and then read the statements following it. Mark a statement A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if, on the basis of the article, it cannot be decided if it is true or false. 
A:TRUE 
B:FALSE 
C: it cannot be decided if it is true or false

 Her story has already appeared in newspapers in the past.



B
A
C
Read this article about a person who is afraid of nothing and then read the statements following it. Mark a statement A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if, on the basis of the article, it cannot be decided if it is true or false. 
A:TRUE 
B:FALSE 
C: it cannot be decided if it is true or false 

 She hasn’t felt fear since she was a child.



A
B
C
Read this article about a person who is afraid of nothing and then read the statements following it. Mark a statement A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if, on the basis of the article, it cannot be decided if it is true or false. 
A:TRUE 
B:FALSE 
C: it cannot be decided if it is true or false

 Her father stopped fishing after the catfish incident.



B
A
C
Read this article about a person who is afraid of nothing and then read the statements following it. Mark a statement A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if, on the basis of the article, it cannot be decided if it is true or false. 
A:TRUE 
B:FALSE 
C: it cannot be decided if it is true or false

 The police had to save her when a man attacked her in a park.



B
A
C
Read this article about a person who is afraid of nothing and then read the statements following it. Mark a statement A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if, on the basis of the article, it cannot be decided if it is true or false. 
A:TRUE 
B:FALSE 
C: it cannot be decided if it is true or false

 Mary can understand that you are happy if you smile at her.



B
C
A
Read this article about a person who is afraid of nothing and then read the statements following it. Mark a statement A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if, on the basis of the article, it cannot be decided if it is true or false. 
A:TRUE 
B:FALSE 
C: it cannot be decided if it is true or false

 It is difficult for her to remember faces.



A
B
C
Read this article about a person who is afraid of nothing and then read the statements following it. Mark a statement A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if, on the basis of the article, it cannot be decided if it is true or false. 
A:TRUE 
B:FALSE 
C: it cannot be decided if it is true or false

 According to her doctor people like Mary experience more bad things than most people.



C
B
A

Nyelvhelyesség
You are going to read an article about what people promise to do in the New Year. Some words are missing from the text. Use the words in brackets to form the words that fit in the gaps (1-8). Then write the appropriate form of these words on the lines after the text. There might be cases when you do not have to change the word in brackets. Use only one word for each gap. There is an example (0) at the beginning. 


0. borrowed
1.   
2.   
3.   
4.   
5.   
6.   
7.   
8.   
You are going to read an article about the world’s largest model railroad. Some words are missing from the text. Your task is to write the missing words on the dotted lines (9-16) after the text. Use only one word in each gap. There is an example (0) at the beginning


The largest model railroad in the world, Northlandz, took 16 years to build.
(0) ____it____ has 100 trains, 400 bridges, and 3,000 miniature buildings.
It began (9)   a hobby, but the world’s biggest model railroad is now much more than
that. It features more (10)   eight miles of track and 100 trains, as well as almost 400
bridges. Northlandz, in Flemington, New Jersey, is miniature but (11)   is anything
but small-scale. The spectacle contains 3,000 buildings in cities and villages, 50,000 trees and
40-foot bridges spanning huge canyons.
The owner and creator is Bruce Williams Zaccagnino, who not (12)   built the 52,000
sq ft building in which it is housed but also designed and handcrafted almost all of
(13)   remarkably lifelike scenery.
‘There’s nothing like it,’ he said. ‘Visitors come out saying it’s one (14)   the
Wonders of the World.’ Bruce loved model trains as a kid but it wasn't until he was married
that he started to build models in his basement. His hobby got so (15)   of control that
he then added five extra basements to his home (16)   order to house his collection
until he finally raised the money to create Northlandz. 
You are going to read an article about British table manners: what you should and should not do when you eat in Great Britain. Some words are missing from the text. Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (17-25) in the text. 
17)


tells
doesn't say
says
doesn't tell
You are going to read an article about British table manners: what you should and should not do when you eat in Great Britain. Some words are missing from the text. Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (17-25) in the text. 
18)


since
during
because
while
You are going to read an article about British table manners: what you should and should not do when you eat in Great Britain. Some words are missing from the text. Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (17-25) in the text. 
19)


be
to be
been
to
You are going to read an article about British table manners: what you should and should not do when you eat in Great Britain. Some words are missing from the text. Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (17-25) in the text. 
20)


ought
need
should
could
You are going to read an article about British table manners: what you should and should not do when you eat in Great Britain. Some words are missing from the text. Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (17-25) in the text. 
21)


the most of
the most
most
most of
You are going to read an article about British table manners: what you should and should not do when you eat in Great Britain. Some words are missing from the text. Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (17-25) in the text. 
22)


to open
opened
open
opening
You are going to read an article about British table manners: what you should and should not do when you eat in Great Britain. Some words are missing from the text. Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (17-25) in the text. 
25)


them
the
it
of
You are going to read an article about British table manners: what you should and should not do when you eat in Great Britain. Some words are missing from the text. Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (17-25) in the text. 
24)


plenty
lot of
too many
too much
You are going to read an article about British table manners: what you should and should not do when you eat in Great Britain. Some words are missing from the text. Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (17-25) in the text. 
23)


letting
let's
to let
you let

Hallott szöveg értése 
In this section you will listen to the short biography of Malcolm X, the famous African-American human rights activist. • Your task will be to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not say. First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will play the whole recording in one piece. Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give you enough time to make your decision about the answers.
  
 TRUE 
 FALSE C 
 THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
Task No. 1.
 
 (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A teacher told Malcolm that he wasn’t clever enough to become a lawyer. 


THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
FALSE
TRUE
In this section you will listen to the short biography of Malcolm X, the famous African-American human rights activist. • Your task will be to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not say. First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will play the whole recording in one piece. Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give you enough time to make your decision about the answers.
  
 TRUE 
 FALSE C 
 THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
Task No. 1.
 
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In New York and Boston, Malcolm took part in criminal activities. 


THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
FALSE
TRUE
In this section you will listen to the short biography of Malcolm X, the famous African-American human rights activist. • Your task will be to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not say. First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will play the whole recording in one piece. Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give you enough time to make your decision about the answers.
  
 TRUE 
 FALSE C 
 THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
Task No. 1.
 
 (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
Malcolm was convicted of burglary and carrying an illegal firearm. 


FALSE
THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
TRUE
In this section you will listen to the short biography of Malcolm X, the famous African-American human rights activist. • Your task will be to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not say. First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will play the whole recording in one piece. Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give you enough time to make your decision about the answers.
  
 TRUE 
 FALSE C 
 THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
Task No. 1.
 
 (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
It was his brother who encouraged him to become a member of the Nation of Islam


TRUE
THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
FALSE
In this section you will listen to the short biography of Malcolm X, the famous African-American human rights activist. • Your task will be to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not say. First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will play the whole recording in one piece. Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give you enough time to make your decision about the answers.
  
 TRUE 
 FALSE C 
 THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
Task No. 1.
 
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Malcolm changed his name because people found his surname, ‘Little’ funny. 


THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
FALSE
TRUE
In this section you will listen to the short biography of Malcolm X, the famous African-American human rights activist. • Your task will be to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not say. First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will play the whole recording in one piece. Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give you enough time to make your decision about the answers.
  
 TRUE 
 FALSE C 
 THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
Task No. 1.
 
 (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
Malcolm left the Nation of Islam because his work was not appreciated. 


FALSE
TRUE
THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
In this section you will listen to the short biography of Malcolm X, the famous African-American human rights activist. • Your task will be to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not say. First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will play the whole recording in one piece. Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give you enough time to make your decision about the answers.
  
 TRUE 
 FALSE C 
 THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
Task No. 1.
 
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We still don’t know for certain who murdered Malcolm X. 


THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
TRUE
FALSE
In this section you will listen to the short biography of Malcolm X, the famous African-American human rights activist. • Your task will be to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not say. First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will play the whole recording in one piece. Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give you enough time to make your decision about the answers.
  
 TRUE 
 FALSE C 
 THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
Task No. 1.
 
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Most people think that Malcolm’s father was killed in a traffic accident. 


FALSE
TRUE
THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY
In this section you will listen to the beneficial effects of dinitrogen oxide, also known as ‘laughing gas’, on the medicine. • It will be your job to mark the correct answers. There is always a correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task, then we will play the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this sometimes we will play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to make a decision about the answers.
Task No. 2.
 
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Joseph Priestley discovered … 


the pain killing effect of nitrous oxide.
‘laughing gas’ in the second half of the 18th century.
In this section you will listen to the beneficial effects of dinitrogen oxide, also known as ‘laughing gas’, on the medicine. • It will be your job to mark the correct answers. There is always a correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task, then we will play the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this sometimes we will play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to make a decision about the answers.
Task No. 2.
 
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Humphry Davy …


experimented on himself.
gave public speeches on the pain killing effect of ‘laughing gas’.
In this section you will listen to the beneficial effects of dinitrogen oxide, also known as ‘laughing gas’, on the medicine. • It will be your job to mark the correct answers. There is always a correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task, then we will play the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this sometimes we will play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to make a decision about the answers.
Task No. 2.
 
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At ‘laughing gas’ parties, people paid so that they could … 


breathe in nitrous oxide.
act silly.
In this section you will listen to the beneficial effects of dinitrogen oxide, also known as ‘laughing gas’, on the medicine. • It will be your job to mark the correct answers. There is always a correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task, then we will play the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this sometimes we will play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to make a decision about the answers.
Task No. 2.
 
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At a ‘laughing party’, Dr. Horace Wells ….  


made an important observation.
injured his leg.
In this section you will listen to the beneficial effects of dinitrogen oxide, also known as ‘laughing gas’, on the medicine. • It will be your job to mark the correct answers. There is always a correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task, then we will play the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this sometimes we will play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to make a decision about the answers.
Task No. 2.
 
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Dr. Wells …  


wanted to test the pain killing effect of the gas on himself.
asked another dentist to inhale some ‘laughing gas’.
In this section you will listen to the beneficial effects of dinitrogen oxide, also known as ‘laughing gas’, on the medicine. • It will be your job to mark the correct answers. There is always a correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task, then we will play the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this sometimes we will play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to make a decision about the answers.
Task No. 2.
 
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In Boston …  


Dr. Wells’ demonstration was a complete failure.
the patient fainted because of too much ‘laughing gas’.
In this section, you are going to hear a weird story about a cat called Browser. Your task will be to write one word in each of the gaps below using the exact words you hear. First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will play the whole recording in one piece. Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give you enough time to write down your answers. 
Task No. 3.
 
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Browser was adopted from a(n)  .

By night, Browser conscientiously  .

Browser loves lying on  .
 
The    voted that Browser had to go.
 
The daughter of a family suffered from a(n)  .
 
Browser is a(n)  .
 
The story appeared in the  .
 
The   of the    spoke in favour of Browser.
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