Examen Inglés Oficiales Promoción Interna

Examen Inglés Escala Oficiales Promoción

Preguntas 41 a 45: Elija la palabra correcta:

<< When we were children, Hassan and I … (41).. to climb the poplar trees in the driveway of my father’s house and annoy.. (42)… neighbours by reflecting sunlight into their homes with a mirror. We would sit across from each other on a pair of high branches, our naked feet dangling, our trouser pockets filled ..(43).. dried mulberries (44)… walnuts. We took turns with the mirror as we ate mulberries, giggling, laughing. I can still see Hassan up on that tree : his flat , broad nose and slanting, narrow eyes like bamboo leaves, eyes that looked , depending on the light, gold , green, even sapphire. Sometimes, (45) in those trees, I talked Hassan into firing walnuts with his slingshot at the neighbour’s one eyed German shepherd. Hassan never wanted to , but if I asked, really asked, he wouldn’t deny me.>>

41. A) go     B) used     C) sometime     D) start

42. A) our     B) ours     C) your     D) someone

43. A) It      B) they     C) with     D) large

44. A) play     B) very     C) and     D) much

45. A) up     B) under     C) close     D) some

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INSTRUCCIONES: Esta parte del examen (fragmento de muestra) consta de una serie de preguntas que incluyen frases incompletas. Deberá elegir cualquiera de las cuatro opciones A), B), C), o D), de manera que se complete la frase de la forma más correcta.

1. You should know that everyone in this office ………… busily planning the dance for a week.

A) is             B) has been          C) have been          D) are

2. I can’t find my wallet. ………… it at home.

A) I must leave          B) Might I have left          C) Maybe I leave          D) I might have left

3. We were angry about the sítuatíon and insisted …………… by the president.

A) to see          B) on being seen          C) on seeing          D) to be seen

4. “I´m always willing to help you. Just tell me what …………. me to do.”

A) want          B) you do want          C) do you want          D) you want

5. It is strange that for the past few days we haven’t heard …………. news about that accident.

A) many          B) a lot          C) much          D) much of

6. A basket of apples, oranges, and bananas………….. sent to my husband by his grandparents last Christmas.

A) has been          B) have been          C) was          D) were

7. Mary and Tom lived in San Francisco, but they …………. to Detroit.

A) will just move          B) are just moved          C) have just moved         D) had just moved

8. This soup is very hot, but I always think the  ……… better

A) hotter the          B) hottest          C) hotter          D) hot the

SOLUCIONES: 1-B, 2D, 3-B, 4D, 5-C, 6-C, 7-C, 8-A

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1.         I gave the gril the key

a) I gave her it     b) I gave to she     c) She gave it to me    d) I gave it to her

2.         ……….. umbrella is this?. It’s mine.

a) whom     b) which     c) whose     d)         what

3.         With ………… did you go to the party? I went with Michael

a) Whom     b) Who     c) Which     d) What

4.         Patty lent her car to ugly. She lent ……..

a) him it     b) lt to he     c) It to his     d) lt to him

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5.         What time is it?

a) I have five o’clock     b) I have five     c) It’s five o’clock     d) It has five o’clock

6.         He thinks they will come, but I don’t think ………

a) it     b) like he     c) so     d) That

7.         They work very hard. They should he proud of …………..

a) theirselves     b) themselfes     c) themselves     d) theirselves

8.         When  he was a child he always said he would ………. a doctor.

a) yet     b) overcome     c) become     d) reach

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English Exam – Part 2: Reading Comprehension

El presente ejercicio examina su capacidad de comprensión escrita. Esta prueba consta de varios y cuestiones referidas a los mismos. Señale en cada caso la opción más adecuada.

<< The growth of cities, the construction of hundreds of new factories, and the spread of railroads in the United States before 1850 had increased the need for better illumination. But the lighting in American homes had improved very little over that of ancient times. Through the colonial period, homes were lit with tallow candles or with a lamp of the kind used in ancient Rome — a dish of fish oil or other animal or vegetable oil in which a twisted rag served as a wick. Some people used lard, but they had to heat charcoal underneath to keep it soft and burnable. The sperm whale provided a superior burning oil, but this was expensive. In 1830 a new substance called “camphene” was patented, and it proved to be an excellent illuminant. But while camphene gave a bright light it too remained expensive, had an unpleasant odor, and also was dangerously explosive.  Between 1830 and 1850 it seemed that the only hope for cheaper illumination in the United States was in the wider use of gas. In the 1840’s American gas manufacturers adopted improved British techniques for producing illuminating gas from coal. But the expense of piping gas to the consumer remained so high that until midcentury gaslighting was feasible only in urban areas, and only for public buildings or for the wealthy. In 1854 a Canadian doctor, Abraham Gesner, patented a process for distilling a pitchlike mineral found in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia that produced illuminating gas and an oil that he called “kerosene” (from “keros,” the Greek word for wax, and “ene” because it resembled camphene). Kerosene, though cheaper than camphene, had an unpleasant odor, and Gesner never made his fortune from it. But Gesner had aroused a new hope for making an illuminating oil from a product coming out of North American mines. >>

27. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a reason why better lighting had become necessary by the mid-nineteenth century?

(A) Development of railroads   (B) Demand for better medical facilities   (C) Increases in the number of new factories   (D) Growth of cities

28. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a disadvantage of camphene?

(A) High cost    (B) Bad smell   (C) Potential to explode   (D) Greasy texture

29. What can be inferred about the illuminating gas described in the second paragraph?

(A) It was first developed in the United States   (B) It was not allowed to be used in public buildings   (C) It was not widely available until midcentury   (D) It had an unpleasant smell

30. According to the passage, what advantage did the kerosene patented by Gesner have over camphene?

(A) Kerosene had a more pleasant smell   (B) Kerosene was less expensive   (C) Kerosene burned more brightly   (D) Kerosene was safer to use

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