Evaluación De Competencias Grado 10 Pre Intermediate Level Group 1

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Dear students This test correspond to your evalaucion de competencias which is 10% of your final grade. You have 30 minutes and 1 opportunity to take the test. Good luck

• 1.

Which of these modals are used to express possibility? (3).

• A.

Must

• B.

May

• C.

Might

• D.

Could

• E.

Must have

B. May
C. Might
D. Could
Explanation
The modals "may," "might," and "could" are used to express possibility. These modals indicate that something is possible but not certain. "May" suggests a higher probability, while "might" and "could" suggest a lower probability. These modals are often used when speculating or making guesses about the future or uncertain situations. "Must" and "must have" are not used to express possibility, but rather to indicate strong certainty or deduction.

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• 2.

Which of these modals are used to express probability? (2)

• A.

Might

• B.

Must

• C.

May

• D.

Must have

• E.

Could have

B. Must
D. Must have
Explanation
The modals "must" and "must have" are used to express probability. "Must" indicates a high level of certainty or a strong belief that something is true, while "must have" suggests a strong belief or conclusion about a past event or situation. Both modals convey a sense of probability or likelihood.

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• 3.

Is this sentence expressing possibility or probability?It's April, and autumn here, so it must be spring in the Northern hemisphere.

• A.

Possibility

• B.

Probability

B. Probability
Explanation
The given sentence suggests that it is currently April and autumn in the speaker's location, implying that it is spring in the Northern hemisphere. This statement is based on the assumption that the seasons in the Northern and Southern hemispheres are opposite to each other. Therefore, the sentence expresses a higher degree of probability rather than mere possibility.

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• 4.

Does this sentence express possibility or probability? In Europe, the weather may be starting to get warmer. April, is often cold, though. Occasionally it snows in parts of Britain!

• A.

Possibility

• B.

Probability

A. Possibility
Explanation
The sentence expresses possibility because it suggests that the weather in Europe may be starting to get warmer. The use of the word "may" indicates that there is a chance or possibility of the weather getting warmer. The sentence also mentions that April is often cold, which further supports the idea that the weather getting warmer is not guaranteed but rather a possibility.

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• 5.

1. ___ you speak any foreign languages?

• A.

May

• B.

Can

• C.

Have

B. Can
Explanation
The correct answer is "Can". This is because "Can" is used to ask about someone's ability to do something, in this case, speaking foreign languages. "May" is used to ask for permission, and "Have" is used to ask about possession.

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• 6.

2. Liz ___ get tired of her job. It is so boring.

• A.

Has to

• B.

Must

• C.

Should

B. Must
Explanation
The correct answer is "must." This is because "must" is used to express a strong obligation or necessity. In this sentence, it implies that Liz has no choice but to get tired of her job because it is so boring.

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• 7.

4. Take an umbrella. It ___ rain later.

• A.

Has to

• B.

Need

• C.

Might

C. Might
Explanation
The correct answer is "might" because it suggests the possibility of rain later. The phrase "take an umbrella" implies that there is a chance of rain, but it is not certain. "Might" indicates a potential outcome, leaving room for uncertainty.

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• 8.

6. You look tired. You ___ go to bed.

• A.

Should

• B.

Ought

• C.

Are to

A. Should
Explanation
The correct answer is "should." In this context, the speaker is suggesting or advising the listener to go to bed because they appear tired. "Should" is commonly used to give advice or make recommendations.

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• 9.

Judy isn't home. She_______ have gone to Madrid, but I don't know.

• A.

Might

• B.

Could

• C.

Will

• D.

Can

A. Might
Explanation
The correct answer is "might" because it suggests a possibility or likelihood that Judy has gone to Madrid, but the speaker is unsure. It indicates uncertainty about Judy's location.

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• 10.

• A.

May

• B.

Could

• C.

Can

• D.

Can, could

• E.

May, could

C. Can
Explanation
The modal "can" is considered more informal compared to "may" and "could" when used to ask for permission. "Can" is commonly used in casual conversations, while "may" and "could" are more formal and polite.

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• 11.

Complete the following sentence with the corresponding modal You_________go to the doctor. You do not see well

should
Explanation
The correct answer is "should". The modal "should" is used to express advice or recommendation. In this sentence, the speaker is advising or recommending that the person should go to the doctor because they do not see well.

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• 12.

According to the situation choose the correct sentencei do not want to go to the party with my family i have to do a lot of homework

• A.

You should go with your family

• B.

You have to go with your family

• C.

You may go with your family

• D.

You can go with your family

A. You should go with your family
Explanation
Based on the given situation, the correct answer is "you should go with your family." This is because the person expressing their reluctance to go to the party with their family is being advised that it is the right thing to do. The word "should" implies a recommendation or obligation, suggesting that going with their family is the appropriate course of action.

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• 13.

According to the situation choose the corresponding sentence I passed the traffic light in red and i receive a police ticket

• A.

I think you have to pay the ticket

• B.

I think you should pay the ticket

• C.

I think you may pay the ticket

• D.

I think you can pay the ticket

A. I think you have to pay the ticket
Explanation
The correct answer is "I think you have to pay the ticket." This answer is appropriate because the situation described in the question states that the person passed a traffic light in red and received a police ticket. In most jurisdictions, running a red light is a violation of traffic laws and typically results in a fine or ticket that must be paid. Therefore, the statement "I think you have to pay the ticket" accurately reflects the consequences of the person's actions.

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• 14.

According to the situation choose the corresponding sentence i am in class but i need to go to talk to the coordinator

• A.

Teacher, should i go to talk to the coordinator?

• B.

Teacher, Mayi go to talk to the coordinator?

• C.

Teacher,do i have to go to talk to the coordinator?

B. Teacher, Mayi go to talk to the coordinator?
Explanation
The correct answer is "teacher, May I go to talk to the coordinator?" This sentence is the most polite and appropriate way to ask for permission to leave the class and speak with the coordinator.

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• 15.

Choose, true or falseYou use should to give advices and recommendations

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The correct answer is true because "should" is commonly used to give advice or make recommendations. It implies that something is the right or appropriate course of action. For example, "You should study for the exam" or "You should try this new restaurant." It is a modal verb that expresses obligation or duty in a polite and less forceful way.

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• 16.

• A.

Should

• B.

Could

• C.

Might

• D.

Can

A. Should
Explanation
The correct answer is "should" because it implies a strong recommendation or advice to study for the test. It suggests that it is the most appropriate or advisable action to take.

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• 17.

What does this sing mean?

• A.

A recommendation

• B.

An obligation

• C.

A prohibition

A. A recommendation
Explanation
The sing in the question is likely a typo and should be "sign" instead. A sign typically provides information or guidance, and in this context, it is suggesting or recommending something rather than imposing an obligation or prohibition. Therefore, the correct answer is a recommendation.

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• 18.

What does this sign mean?

• A.

A prohibition

• B.

• C.

A recommendation