Olvasott szöveg értése
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True or false
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Missing words
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Missing words
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Pairing
0/9 Pont
Nyelvhelyesség
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Quiz
0/11 Pont
Missing words
0/9 Pont
Missing words
0/9 Pont
Not an appropriate word
0/12 Pont
Hallott szöveg értése
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Quiz
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True or false
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Missing words
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Olvasott szöveg értése
Read this text about horses in London and then read the statements (1-8) that follow. Your task is to decide whether the statements are true or not according to the text. Mark a sentence A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if there is not enough information in the text to decide if it is true or not.
A-True
B-False
C-not enough information

People would much rather get around in a taxi than a horse-drawn carriage.



A
C
B
Read this text about horses in London and then read the statements (1-8) that follow. Your task is to decide whether the statements are true or not according to the text. Mark a sentence A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if there is not enough information in the text to decide if it is true or not.
A-True 
B-False 
C-not enough information

 The Animals in War memorial was put up nearly a century ago.



B
A
C
Read this text about horses in London and then read the statements (1-8) that follow. Your task is to decide whether the statements are true or not according to the text. Mark a sentence A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if there is not enough information in the text to decide if it is true or not.
A-True 
B-False 
C-not enough information

If you want a cheap place to live, streets called mews are a good place to look.



C
A
B
Read this text about horses in London and then read the statements (1-8) that follow. Your task is to decide whether the statements are true or not according to the text. Mark a sentence A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if there is not enough information in the text to decide if it is true or not.
A-True 
B-False 
C-not enough information

Bathhurst Mews near Hyde Park is difficult to find.



C
A
B
Read this text about horses in London and then read the statements (1-8) that follow. Your task is to decide whether the statements are true or not according to the text. Mark a sentence A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if there is not enough information in the text to decide if it is true or not.
A-True 
B-False 
C-not enough information

It's the area that justifies the prices set by Hyde Park Stables. 



B
C
A
Read this text about horses in London and then read the statements (1-8) that follow. Your task is to decide whether the statements are true or not according to the text. Mark a sentence A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if there is not enough information in the text to decide if it is true or not.
A-True 
B-False 
C-not enough information

Horse riding is not allowed in Oxford Street.



C
B
A
Read this text about horses in London and then read the statements (1-8) that follow. Your task is to decide whether the statements are true or not according to the text. Mark a sentence A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if there is not enough information in the text to decide if it is true or not.
A-True 
B-False 
C-not enough information

Stag Lodge Stables are the best riding club for complete beginners.



B
A
C
Read this text about horses in London and then read the statements (1-8) that follow. Your task is to decide whether the statements are true or not according to the text. Mark a sentence A if it is true according to the article. Mark it B if it is false. Mark it C if there is not enough information in the text to decide if it is true or not.
A-True 
B-False 
C-not enough information

The article mentions two very good polo clubs in London. 



A
B
C
Read this article about how to help a depressed person and then read the gapped sentences. Your task is to complete the sentences by filling the gaps (9-15) with one word only giving relevant information from the text. Write your answers on the lines. An example (0) has been given for you. 


0) Those closest to a _ depressed _ person can often help them best. 
9) Noticing a friend's low spirits made the   think about the
problem in general. 
10) She is still   about how she reacted to his words at the
time. 
11) You try to help with ‘wisdom’ and good   , but it might
do more harm than good. 
12) Talk to a depressed person with love and respect, and most importantly:   . 
13) Don't say things that suggest the person is exaggerating the problem or is
even   for it. 
14) Depressed people often feel   , so let them know you
stand by them. 
15) The man's response to her note showed he was   for it
Read this article about a prize awarded for funny and strange inventions and discoveries. In the sentences that follow the text there are some gaps. Your task is to fill the gaps with one word so that the sentences correspond to what the text says. In this task you must use the exact word you read in the text. Write the words on the lines. An example (0) has been given for you.  


0) The _annual_  Ig Nobel ceremonies are held at Harvard University. 
16) When its   was scientifically tested, banana peel proved to
be more hazardous than orange peel. 
17) Perhaps it’s hard to realize at first, but there was a(n)   motive for this research. 
18) The substance that is responsible for the   quality of banana
peel is also present in the human body. 
19) The   of the second research were asked what image they
saw on a piece of toast. 
20) It has been shown that looking at imaginary and   faces
stimulates the same areas in the brain. 
21)   also see the kind of visual patterns that people do. 
Read this article about a Budapest attraction and then read the incomplete sentences (22-30) following it. Your task is to find the right endings (A-N) for the sentences based on relevant information in the text. Write the letters in the white boxes next to the numbers as in the example (0). There are three extra letters that you do not need. 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
22.   
 
23.   
 
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25.   
 
26.   
 
27.   
 
28.   
 
29.   
 
30.   

Nyelvhelyesség
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
1)


do
should
could
manage
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
2)


go on
keep up
continue
stop
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
3)


take a break
have access
take advantage
make an attempt
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
4)


delightful
realistic
not impressed
not disappointing
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
5)


when
what
that
which
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
6)


as to book
why having booked
not to book
for not booking
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
7)


allowed
let
refused
kept
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
8)


was changed
had changed
has changed
did change
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
9)


Despite
As for
Besides
According to
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
10)


for
of
with
to
You are going to read an article about the American attitude to holidays. Some words are missing from the text. • Choose the most appropriate answer from the options for each gap (1-11) in the text. 
11)


even aware
much capable
ever likely
very keen
You are going to read an article about an unusual detective. Some words are missing from the text. Use the words in brackets to form the words that fit in the gaps (12-20). 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. 


Being a pet detective isn’t a line of work you would (0) ____usually____ (usual) associate with
extreme danger, however for one animal (12)   (investigate) every day is a dance
with death.
Pet detective Tom Watkins is extremely (13)    (allergy) to cats, and a single stroke
of a cat’s coat can send him into fits of sneezing and even set off an asthma (14)   (attack). However, Tom has turned his weakness into a (15)   (strong), and the
40-year-old detective uses his allergy as a ‘cat radar’ which helps him detect if missing cats
are nearby. The former police officer said: ‘My allergy hasn’t stopped me tracking down a cat
yet; in fact, it actually acts as a (16)   (six) sense when trying to hunt them down.’
After leaving the police, Tom, from Hereford, set up Animal Search UK, a company which
helps (17)   (own) locate their missing pets. Tom says his severe allergy won’t stop
him pursuing his dream of (18)   (combine) his investigative skills and his interest in
animals.
How does he feel about coming up against his nemeses every day at work? ‘Despite my
severe allergy, I get lots of (19)   (satisfy) from my job and actually have great
(20)   (appreciate) for cats; they’re wonderful animals,’ he said.Animal Search UK
has 15 staff and 30,000 volunteers, and recovers 3,000 missing animals a month. 
You are going to read an article about an unusual decision. Some words are missing from the text. Your task is to write the missing words on the dotted lines (21-29) after the text. Use only one word in each gap. There is an example (0) at the beginning. 


If you’re keen to get married but just can’t find (0) ____the____ right person, a young woman
could have provided the solution.
Having (21)   single for almost six years, Grace Gelder decided to marry herself. The
young photographer said that after (22)   single for six years she had built up a
brilliant relationship with herself - and creating that bond with someone else seemed like too
(23)   hard work.
Inspired by the Björk song Isobel, (24)   includes the line, ‘My name’s Isobel,
married to myself’, the Londoner said the lyric struck a chord with her and it (25)   then that she decided to walk solo down the aisle.
She even proposed (26)   herself on a park bench in Parliament Hill, London, last
November. Then Grace bought a dress, a ring, rehearsed vows and eventually wed in a
farmhouse in rural Devon watched (27)   her sister and friends - sealing the deal by
planting a kiss on a mirror.
Gelder said: “I really don’t see it (28)   any kind of feminist statement, but creating a
wedding of this kind (29)   my own terms felt incredibly empowering. And just
because I married myself, it doesn’t mean that I’m not open to the idea of sharing a wedding
with someone else one day.” 
You are going to read an article about new culinary experiences. In most lines there is one word that should not be there. Either it is grammatically incorrect or it does not fit in with the sense of the text. Read the text and then copy the extra word in the space provided after each line. Some lines are correct. Indicate these lines with OK. The task begins with two examples (0).


30.   
 
31.   
 
32.   
 
33.   
 
34.   
 
35.   
 
36.   
 
37.   
 
38.  
 
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40.   
 
41.   

Hallott szöveg értése
In this section you will hear a radio report on what we can do put it on our plates in 20 years. Your task will be to mark the correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task and then what plays the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to specify enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.1.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
The price of meat might be …  


twice as much as it is now in a few years’ time.
one of the reasons why we are looking for new food sources.
In this section you will hear a radio report on what we can do put it on our plates in 20 years. Your task will be to mark the correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task and then what plays the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to specify enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.1.
 
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Insects might be a good solution because they …  


contain more protein than meat.
are just as nourishing as meat.
In this section you will hear a radio report on what we can do put it on our plates in 20 years. Your task will be to mark the correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task and then what plays the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to specify enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.1.
 
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Compared to raising cattle, raising insects is … 


more environmentally friendly.
not as expensive.
In this section you will hear a radio report on what we can do put it on our plates in 20 years. Your task will be to mark the correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task and then what plays the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to specify enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.1.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
There are probably about 1,400 species of insects that are …  


part of a diet somewhere in the world.
suitable for eating.
In this section you will hear a radio report on what we can do put it on our plates in 20 years. Your task will be to mark the correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task and then what plays the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to specify enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.1.
 
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Morgaine Gaye says that insects will probably be …  


roasted and served on a plate.
used as ingredients in burgers and sausages.
In this section you will hear a radio report on what we can do put it on our plates in 20 years. Your task will be to mark the correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task and then what plays the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to specify enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.1.
 
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According to Morgaine Gaye …  


every third person in the world regularly eats insects.
wasps are a Japanese speciality.
In this section you will hear a radio report on what we can do put it on our plates in 20 years. Your task will be to mark the correct answer. First you will have some time to look at the task and then what plays the entire recording in one piece. You can then hear the recording again after a short pause, but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to specify enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.1.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
Morgaine Gaye says that insects will become a popular part of Western diet if …  


people cannot see that they are eating insects.
they are given a new name.
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

Sarah defines speed dating as a system whose main aim is to help people meet a lot of new people. 



C
B
A
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

The length of the chats varies depending on the number of participants in the event. 



A
C
B
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

After the signal the men have a minute to move on to the next date. 



B
A
C
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

If one person likes another person, their email address will be automatically forwarded to the other party.



C
A
B
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

Sarah is the first businessperson to have introduced speed dating to the British market. 



B
A
C
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

Such events are sometimes organised for specific groups of people. 



A
B
C
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

Speed dating events are better for meeting new people than ordinary bars or discos, because it is obvious why everybody is there. 



A
B
C
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

You have to prove that you are single to be allowed to attend a speed dating event. 



C
A
B
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

 People don’t know whether they’ve been chosen by a particular person until two days after the event. 



B
C
A
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

Most people agree that the time limit is enough to decide if a person is a hopeless case. 



B
A
C
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

According to the Edinburgh study, the majority of people arrive at a decision in less than 30 seconds. 



A
C
B
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
 B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

The most important thing about a woman for most men is her face. 



B
C
A
In this section, you will hear an interview with American businesswoman Sarah Morgan, who runs a quick date service in London. • It will be up to you to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we do not know because the text does not state it and tick the appropriate answer. Select A if the statement is true, select B if the statement is false, and select C if the text does not state it. First, you will have some time to look at the task and then play the entire recording in one piece. You will then hear the recording again, but this time play the text in shorter sections to allow enough time to describe the answers.
Task.No.2.
 
  (Click on the link above to hear the text!)
A = TRUE 
B = FALSE 
C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

The most important thing about a man for most women is his height. 



C
B
A
In this section, you will hear about the problem of an elderly woman and some other people living in Herne Bay, a seaside town in England. Your task will be to complete the sentences with the exact words you hear in the text. Write one word in each gap, that is, two words in each item. First, you will have some time to study the task, and then we will play the whole recording in one piece. Then, 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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0) Dina Wilson has been attacked by a bird ……nesting…… in her……roof …… .
 
21. One of the attacks even     after the
bird pecked Mrs Wilson’s scalp. 
 
22. Mrs Wilson had to wear a colander to get the   off the   . 
 
23. Mrs Wilson would require restaurants to   their   . 
 
24. According to Mrs Wilson, the plastic bags are full of chips and   and
the gulls rip them open and have a wonderful   . 
 
25. Councillor Ron Flaherty will ask the council to produce a(n)   on the   of seagulls. 
 
26. Mr Flaherty says that residents are being attacked not just on the   but   as well. 
 
27. According to Mr Flaherty, they are not helping themselves by allowing both   and   to feed seagulls. 
 
28. Mr Flaherty says that other coastal areas have laws made by     preventing people from feeding birds. 
 
29. Mr Flaherty finds it horrendous that there is poo all over the   and all over   and he thinks that these birds are scavengers. 
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