Final Test Intermediate 2 Writing Omsk

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Final Test Intermediate 2 Writing Omsk - Quiz


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  • 1. 

    Questions 1 – 5   Here are some sentences about going to see a comedy film. For each question, complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use no more than three words.  Example:  0 A new comedy film came to our local cinema last week.  There was a new comedy film …………………… our local cinema last week. Answer: 0 at

  • 2. 

    You are going to take part in a skateboarding competition, but your skateboard is broken.  Write a note to your friend Danny. In your note you should   explain how your skateboard broke   ask to borrow Danny’s skateboard   say when you will need it.     Write 35-45 words.

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    Question 6 

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    Write the answer to ONE of the questions (7 or 8) in this part. Write your answer in about 100 words. 

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    Question 7   This is part of a letter you receive from an English friend.     Now write a letter, answering your friend’s questions.   Write your letter in about 100 words.   

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    Question 8   Your English teacher wants you to write a story.   This is the title for your story:      An exciting morning       Write your story in about 100 words.  

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    My mum gave me some money to go and see the film. I was .......................... some money by my mum to go and see the film. 

    The sentence is describing a situation where the speaker's mother provided them with money to go and watch a movie. The word "given" accurately conveys this meaning, indicating that the speaker received the money from their mother.

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    I asked my friend Jack if he wanted to go to the cinema with me.  `Do .......................... to go to the cinema with me, Jack?’ I asked. 

    The correct answer is "you want" because it is the correct phrasing of the question. The original sentence is written in reported speech, where the question is being reported instead of directly quoted. In reported speech, the word order changes and the subject and verb are inverted. Therefore, the correct phrasing of the question would be "Do you want to go to the cinema with me, Jack?"

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  • 9. 

    We bought some chocolate to eat during the film.  We bought some chocolate to eat while we ....................... watching the film. 

    The correct answer is "were" because it is the past continuous tense of the verb "to be." The sentence is describing an action that was happening in the past while another action was taking place. In this case, the action of eating chocolate was happening at the same time as the action of watching the film.

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  • 10. 

    I’ve never seen such a funny film.  It was the ...................... film I’ve ever seen. 

    The sentence is comparing the film to all other films the person has seen. The word "funniest" is used to describe the film and is the superlative form of "funny." The phrase "most amusing" is also used to describe the film and is the superlative form of "amusing." Both words convey the idea that the film was extremely funny and entertaining.

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  • 11. 

    I prefer comedy films to science fiction.  I’d rather watch comedy films ..................... science fiction. 

    The correct answer is "than, than watch." In the given sentence, the phrase "I'd rather watch comedy films" suggests a preference for comedy films. The word "than" is used to compare the preference for comedy films to the preference for science fiction. The phrase "than watch" completes the comparison, indicating that the speaker would rather watch comedy films than watch science fiction.

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