Copy Of Gateway B1 Unit 3 Test Standard Use Of English

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Copy Of Gateway B1 Unit 3 Test Standard Use Of English

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  • 1. 
    Choose the best answer  to complete the text.Can dogs (1) ……………………… language? (2) ……………………… animal lovers believe that their doggy friends can understand every word they (3) ……………………… to them, but is this really true? It is more probable that dogs generally understand the way we say things and not the words (4) ……………………… we say. So, for example, we can say ‘Walkies!’ and they get excited, but it’s not (5) ……………………… word ‘Walkies!’ that they recognise, it’s the lift in our voice – the intonation. We can say another word with the same intonation and they get excited again! However, there are (6) ……………………… types of dog that can understand separate words. We can train these dogs to understand a lot of different words. There is one dog in Germany (7) ……………………… can identify over 200 different toys. The owner says the name of (8) ……………………… toy and the dog finds the correct one from a big group of toys. This shows that doggy brains can give meaning to language.
    • A. 

      Understand

    • B. 

      Translate

    • C. 

      Listen

  • 2. 
    Choose the best answer  to complete the text.Can dogs (1) ……………………… language? (2) ……………………… animal lovers believe that their doggy friends can understand every word they (3) ……………………… to them, but is this really true? It is more probable that dogs generally understand the way we say things and not the words (4) ……………………… we say. So, for example, we can say ‘Walkies!’ and they get excited, but it’s not (5) ……………………… word ‘Walkies!’ that they recognise, it’s the lift in our voice – the intonation. We can say another word with the same intonation and they get excited again! However, there are (6) ……………………… types of dog that can understand separate words. We can train these dogs to understand a lot of different words. There is one dog in Germany (7) ……………………… can identify over 200 different toys. The owner says the name of (8) ……………………… toy and the dog finds the correct one from a big group of toys. This shows that doggy brains can give meaning to language.
    • A. 

      Lots

    • B. 

      Much

    • C. 

      Many

  • 3. 
    Choose the best answer  to complete the text.Can dogs (1) ……………………… language? (2) ……………………… animal lovers believe that their doggy friends can understand every word they (3) ……………………… to them, but is this really true? It is more probable that dogs generally understand the way we say things and not the words (4) ……………………… we say. So, for example, we can say ‘Walkies!’ and they get excited, but it’s not (5) ……………………… word ‘Walkies!’ that they recognise, it’s the lift in our voice – the intonation. We can say another word with the same intonation and they get excited again! However, there are (6) ……………………… types of dog that can understand separate words. We can train these dogs to understand a lot of different words. There is one dog in Germany (7) ……………………… can identify over 200 different toys. The owner says the name of (8) ……………………… toy and the dog finds the correct one from a big group of toys. This shows that doggy brains can give meaning to language.
    • A. 

      Tell

    • B. 

      Say

    • C. 

      Give

  • 4. 
     Choose the best answer  to complete the text.Can dogs (1) ……………………… language? (2) ……………………… animal lovers believe that their doggy friends can understand every word they (3) ……………………… to them, but is this really true? It is more probable that dogs generally understand the way we say things and not the words (4) ……………………… we say. So, for example, we can say ‘Walkies!’ and they get excited, but it’s not (5) ……………………… word ‘Walkies!’ that they recognise, it’s the lift in our voice – the intonation. We can say another word with the same intonation and they get excited again! However, there are (6) ……………………… types of dog that can understand separate words. We can train these dogs to understand a lot of different words. There is one dog in Germany (7) ……………………… can identify over 200 different toys. The owner says the name of (8) ……………………… toy and the dog finds the correct one from a big group of toys. This shows that doggy brains can give meaning to language.
    • A. 

      That

    • B. 

      What

    • C. 

      Who

  • 5. 
     Choose the best answer  to complete the text.Can dogs (1) ……………………… language? (2) ……………………… animal lovers believe that their doggy friends can understand every word they (3) ……………………… to them, but is this really true? It is more probable that dogs generally understand the way we say things and not the words (4) ……………………… we say. So, for example, we can say ‘Walkies!’ and they get excited, but it’s not (5) ……………………… word ‘Walkies!’ that they recognise, it’s the lift in our voice – the intonation. We can say another word with the same intonation and they get excited again! However, there are (6) ……………………… types of dog that can understand separate words. We can train these dogs to understand a lot of different words. There is one dog in Germany (7) ……………………… can identify over 200 different toys. The owner says the name of (8) ……………………… toy and the dog finds the correct one from a big group of toys. This shows that doggy brains can give meaning to language.
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      The

    • C. 

      Some

  • 6. 
     Choose the best answer  to complete the text.Can dogs (1) ……………………… language? (2) ……………………… animal lovers believe that their doggy friends can understand every word they (3) ……………………… to them, but is this really true? It is more probable that dogs generally understand the way we say things and not the words (4) ……………………… we say. So, for example, we can say ‘Walkies!’ and they get excited, but it’s not (5) ……………………… word ‘Walkies!’ that they recognise, it’s the lift in our voice – the intonation. We can say another word with the same intonation and they get excited again! However, there are (6) ……………………… types of dog that can understand separate words. We can train these dogs to understand a lot of different words. There is one dog in Germany (7) ……………………… can identify over 200 different toys. The owner says the name of (8) ……………………… toy and the dog finds the correct one from a big group of toys. This shows that doggy brains can give meaning to language.
    • A. 

      Few

    • B. 

      Any

    • C. 

      Some

  • 7. 
     Choose the best answer  to complete the text.Can dogs (1) ……………………… language? (2) ……………………… animal lovers believe that their doggy friends can understand every word they (3) ……………………… to them, but is this really true? It is more probable that dogs generally understand the way we say things and not the words (4) ……………………… we say. So, for example, we can say ‘Walkies!’ and they get excited, but it’s not (5) ……………………… word ‘Walkies!’ that they recognise, it’s the lift in our voice – the intonation. We can say another word with the same intonation and they get excited again! However, there are (6) ……………………… types of dog that can understand separate words. We can train these dogs to understand a lot of different words. There is one dog in Germany (7) ……………………… can identify over 200 different toys. The owner says the name of (8) ……………………… toy and the dog finds the correct one from a big group of toys. This shows that doggy brains can give meaning to language.
    • A. 

      What

    • B. 

      Which

    • C. 

      it

  • 8. 
     Choose the best answer  to complete the text.Can dogs (1) ……………………… language? (2) ……………………… animal lovers believe that their doggy friends can understand every word they (3) ……………………… to them, but is this really true? It is more probable that dogs generally understand the way we say things and not the words (4) ……………………… we say. So, for example, we can say ‘Walkies!’ and they get excited, but it’s not (5) ……………………… word ‘Walkies!’ that they recognise, it’s the lift in our voice – the intonation. We can say another word with the same intonation and they get excited again! However, there are (6) ……………………… types of dog that can understand separate words. We can train these dogs to understand a lot of different words. There is one dog in Germany (7) ……………………… can identify over 200 different toys. The owner says the name of (8) ……………………… toy and the dog finds the correct one from a big group of toys. This shows that doggy brains can give meaning to language.
    • A. 

      Some

    • B. 

      a

    • C. 

      An

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