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Запитання №1 з однією правильною відповіддю Балів: 17%

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Six sentences have been removed from the text below. Choose from sentences (A-G) the one that fits each gap (1-6). There is one extra sentence which you do no need to use.

SECONDARY SCHOOL SURVIVAL GUIDE

‘Your secondary school years are the best years of your life,’ someone will say to you just as you’re swamped with homework or stressing out over the next test or being bullied by a mean kid. The truth is that secondary school, for most people, is a time filled with what seems to be an endless series of problems. 1 ___   You feel overwhelmed.

You’ve got to get good marks in maths. You’ve got to pass your exams. You’ve got to finish your homework. You’ve got to think about what you want to be at   a time when you’re still trying to figure out who you are. 2____ For them, failure is not an option. And to top it all off there’s the peer pressure. You need to fit in but just can’t figure out whether you belong to the ‘sporty group’, the ‘brainy group’, or any group at all. You just want to be accepted for who you are but sometimes get carried away trying too hard to be liked.

Choose your friends carefully as they will play a big role in helping you get through secondary school. Class group projects are a great way to meet new people whereas school clubs will help you to find others who share the same interests as you. Find someone who seems nice and approachable and just say ‘hi’ or pay them a compliment when you have the opportunity to do so. 3 ___We all need someone to lean on and friends are like life-jackets when the ship is sinking.

On some days, you’ll lose control of the ship. 4 ____ It’s during those low points in your life when you experience the greatest failures both academically and socially that you should remember that one thing is always guaranteed in life – CHANGE! The world moves on as it always has and nothing stays the same.

You’ll probably come out of secondary school a different person from the one that entered. 5 ___  Change is a huge part of life and can be exciting and brilliant as you watch your classmates begin to show the signs of the adults they will become.

Someday you’ll look back on the fights between friends, the homework you hated and the fun times you had and you’ll realise that the ‘worst’ and most  terrifying years of your life really weren’t so bad. There was pleasure as well as pain, there was wisdom as well as stupidity, there was laughter as well as tears and along with the ‘worst’ came the ‘best.’ 6 ____  So hang in there, kiddo, and make the most of it.

a. A kind word is always appreciated during high school.

b. You may not have enjoyed every moment, but you will miss it.

c. ‘Can things get any worse than this?’ you wonder.

d. The waters will be stormy and you’ll feel as though you won’t survive.

e. Your parents and teachers have secondary expectations.

f. And then, before you know it, the high school years will end.

g. When you leave, you’ll definitely be smarter and stronger and will have a clearer idea of what you want to do with your life.

1. _________

Запитання №2 з однією правильною відповіддю Балів: 17%

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Six sentences have been removed from the text below. Choose from sentences (A-G) the one that fits each gap (1-6). There is one extra sentence which you do no need to use.

SECONDARY SCHOOL SURVIVAL GUIDE

‘Your secondary school years are the best years of your life,’ someone will say to you just as you’re swamped with homework or stressing out over the next test or being bullied by a mean kid. The truth is that secondary school, for most people, is a time filled with what seems to be an endless series of problems. 1__ You feel overwhelmed.

You’ve got to get good marks in maths. You’ve got to pass your exams. You’ve got to finish your homework. You’ve got to think about what you want to be at   a time when you’re still trying to figure out who you are. 2___ For them, failure is not an option. And to top it all off there’s the peer pressure. You need to fit in but just can’t figure out whether you belong to the ‘sporty group’, the ‘brainy group’, or any group at all. You just want to be accepted for who you are but sometimes get carried away trying too hard to be liked.

Choose your friends carefully as they will play a big role in helping you get through secondary school. Class group projects are a great way to meet new people whereas school clubs will help you to find others who share the same interests as you. Find someone who seems nice and approachable and just say ‘hi’ or pay them a compliment when you have the opportunity to do so. 3 ___We all need someone to lean on and friends are like life-jackets when the ship is sinking.

On some days, you’ll lose control of the ship. 4____ It’s during those low points in your life when you experience the greatest failures both academically and socially that you should remember that one thing is always guaranteed in life – CHANGE! The world moves on as it always has and nothing stays the same.

You’ll probably come out of secondary school a different person from the one that entered. 5 ____Change is a huge part of life and can be exciting and brilliant as you watch your classmates begin to show the signs of the adults they will become.

Someday you’ll look back on the fights between friends, the homework you hated and the fun times you had and you’ll realise that the ‘worst’ and most  terrifying years of your life really weren’t so bad. There was pleasure as well as pain, there was wisdom as well as stupidity, there was laughter as well as tears and along with the ‘worst’ came the ‘best.’ 6 ___ So hang in there, kiddo, and make the most of it.

a. A kind word is always appreciated during high school.

b. You may not have enjoyed every moment, but you will miss it.

c. ‘Can things get any worse than this?’ you wonder.

d. The waters will be stormy and you’ll feel as though you won’t survive.

e. Your parents and teachers have secondary expectations.

f. And then, before you know it, the high school years will end.

g. When you leave, you’ll definitely be smarter and stronger and will have a clearer idea of what you want to do with your life.

2. ________

Запитання №3 з однією правильною відповіддю Балів: 17%

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Six sentences have been removed from the text below. Choose from sentences (A-G) the one that fits each gap (1-6). There is one extra sentence which you do no need to use.

SECONDARY SCHOOL SURVIVAL GUIDE

‘Your secondary school years are the best years of your life,’ someone will say to you just as you’re swamped with homework or stressing out over the next test or being bullied by a mean kid. The truth is that secondary school, for most people, is a time filled with what seems to be an endless series of problems. 1__ You feel overwhelmed.

You’ve got to get good marks in maths. You’ve got to pass your exams. You’ve got to finish your homework. You’ve got to think about what you want to be at   a time when you’re still trying to figure out who you are. 2___ For them, failure is not an option. And to top it all off there’s the peer pressure. You need to fit in but just can’t figure out whether you belong to the ‘sporty group’, the ‘brainy group’, or any group at all. You just want to be accepted for who you are but sometimes get carried away trying too hard to be liked.

Choose your friends carefully as they will play a big role in helping you get through secondary school. Class group projects are a great way to meet new people whereas school clubs will help you to find others who share the same interests as you. Find someone who seems nice and approachable and just say ‘hi’ or pay them a compliment when you have the opportunity to do so. 3 ___We all need someone to lean on and friends are like life-jackets when the ship is sinking.

On some days, you’ll lose control of the ship. 4____ It’s during those low points in your life when you experience the greatest failures both academically and socially that you should remember that one thing is always guaranteed in life – CHANGE! The world moves on as it always has and nothing stays the same.

You’ll probably come out of secondary school a different person from the one that entered. 5 ____Change is a huge part of life and can be exciting and brilliant as you watch your classmates begin to show the signs of the adults they will become.

Someday you’ll look back on the fights between friends, the homework you hated and the fun times you had and you’ll realise that the ‘worst’ and most  terrifying years of your life really weren’t so bad. There was pleasure as well as pain, there was wisdom as well as stupidity, there was laughter as well as tears and along with the ‘worst’ came the ‘best.’ 6 ___ So hang in there, kiddo, and make the most of it.

a. A kind word is always appreciated during high school.

b. You may not have enjoyed every moment, but you will miss it.

c. ‘Can things get any worse than this?’ you wonder.

d. The waters will be stormy and you’ll feel as though you won’t survive.

e. Your parents and teachers have secondary expectations.

f. And then, before you know it, the high school years will end.

g. When you leave, you’ll definitely be smarter and stronger and will have a clearer idea of what you want to do with your life.

3. _____

Запитання №4 з однією правильною відповіддю Балів: 17%

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Six sentences have been removed from the text below. Choose from sentences (A-G) the one that fits each gap (1-6). There is one extra sentence which you do no need to use.

SECONDARY SCHOOL SURVIVAL GUIDE

‘Your secondary school years are the best years of your life,’ someone will say to you just as you’re swamped with homework or stressing out over the next test or being bullied by a mean kid. The truth is that secondary school, for most people, is a time filled with what seems to be an endless series of problems. 1__ You feel overwhelmed.

You’ve got to get good marks in maths. You’ve got to pass your exams. You’ve got to finish your homework. You’ve got to think about what you want to be at   a time when you’re still trying to figure out who you are. 2___ For them, failure is not an option. And to top it all off there’s the peer pressure. You need to fit in but just can’t figure out whether you belong to the ‘sporty group’, the ‘brainy group’, or any group at all. You just want to be accepted for who you are but sometimes get carried away trying too hard to be liked.

Choose your friends carefully as they will play a big role in helping you get through secondary school. Class group projects are a great way to meet new people whereas school clubs will help you to find others who share the same interests as you. Find someone who seems nice and approachable and just say ‘hi’ or pay them a compliment when you have the opportunity to do so. 3 ___We all need someone to lean on and friends are like life-jackets when the ship is sinking.

On some days, you’ll lose control of the ship. 4____ It’s during those low points in your life when you experience the greatest failures both academically and socially that you should remember that one thing is always guaranteed in life – CHANGE! The world moves on as it always has and nothing stays the same.

You’ll probably come out of secondary school a different person from the one that entered. 5 ____Change is a huge part of life and can be exciting and brilliant as you watch your classmates begin to show the signs of the adults they will become.

Someday you’ll look back on the fights between friends, the homework you hated and the fun times you had and you’ll realise that the ‘worst’ and most  terrifying years of your life really weren’t so bad. There was pleasure as well as pain, there was wisdom as well as stupidity, there was laughter as well as tears and along with the ‘worst’ came the ‘best.’ 6 ___ So hang in there, kiddo, and make the most of it.

a. A kind word is always appreciated during high school.

b. You may not have enjoyed every moment, but you will miss it.

c. ‘Can things get any worse than this?’ you wonder.

d. The waters will be stormy and you’ll feel as though you won’t survive.

e. Your parents and teachers have secondary expectations.

f. And then, before you know it, the high school years will end.

g. When you leave, you’ll definitely be smarter and stronger and will have a clearer idea of what you want to do with your life.

4. _____

Запитання №5 з однією правильною відповіддю Балів: 17%

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Six sentences have been removed from the text below. Choose from sentences (A-G) the one that fits each gap (1-6). There is one extra sentence which you do no need to use.

SECONDARY SCHOOL SURVIVAL GUIDE

‘Your secondary school years are the best years of your life,’ someone will say to you just as you’re swamped with homework or stressing out over the next test or being bullied by a mean kid. The truth is that secondary school, for most people, is a time filled with what seems to be an endless series of problems. 1__ You feel overwhelmed.

You’ve got to get good marks in maths. You’ve got to pass your exams. You’ve got to finish your homework. You’ve got to think about what you want to be at   a time when you’re still trying to figure out who you are. 2___ For them, failure is not an option. And to top it all off there’s the peer pressure. You need to fit in but just can’t figure out whether you belong to the ‘sporty group’, the ‘brainy group’, or any group at all. You just want to be accepted for who you are but sometimes get carried away trying too hard to be liked.

Choose your friends carefully as they will play a big role in helping you get through secondary school. Class group projects are a great way to meet new people whereas school clubs will help you to find others who share the same interests as you. Find someone who seems nice and approachable and just say ‘hi’ or pay them a compliment when you have the opportunity to do so. 3 ___We all need someone to lean on and friends are like life-jackets when the ship is sinking.

On some days, you’ll lose control of the ship. 4____ It’s during those low points in your life when you experience the greatest failures both academically and socially that you should remember that one thing is always guaranteed in life – CHANGE! The world moves on as it always has and nothing stays the same.

You’ll probably come out of secondary school a different person from the one that entered. 5 ____Change is a huge part of life and can be exciting and brilliant as you watch your classmates begin to show the signs of the adults they will become.

Someday you’ll look back on the fights between friends, the homework you hated and the fun times you had and you’ll realise that the ‘worst’ and most  terrifying years of your life really weren’t so bad. There was pleasure as well as pain, there was wisdom as well as stupidity, there was laughter as well as tears and along with the ‘worst’ came the ‘best.’ 6 ___ So hang in there, kiddo, and make the most of it.

a. A kind word is always appreciated during high school.

b. You may not have enjoyed every moment, but you will miss it.

c. ‘Can things get any worse than this?’ you wonder.

d. The waters will be stormy and you’ll feel as though you won’t survive.

e. Your parents and teachers have secondary expectations.

f. And then, before you know it, the high school years will end.

g. When you leave, you’ll definitely be smarter and stronger and will have a clearer idea of what you want to do with your life.

5. ______

Запитання №6 з однією правильною відповіддю Балів: 17%

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Six sentences have been removed from the text below. Choose from sentences (A-G) the one that fits each gap (1-6). There is one extra sentence which you do no need to use.

SECONDARY SCHOOL SURVIVAL GUIDE

‘Your secondary school years are the best years of your life,’ someone will say to you just as you’re swamped with homework or stressing out over the next test or being bullied by a mean kid. The truth is that secondary school, for most people, is a time filled with what seems to be an endless series of problems. 1__ You feel overwhelmed.

You’ve got to get good marks in maths. You’ve got to pass your exams. You’ve got to finish your homework. You’ve got to think about what you want to be at   a time when you’re still trying to figure out who you are. 2___ For them, failure is not an option. And to top it all off there’s the peer pressure. You need to fit in but just can’t figure out whether you belong to the ‘sporty group’, the ‘brainy group’, or any group at all. You just want to be accepted for who you are but sometimes get carried away trying too hard to be liked.

Choose your friends carefully as they will play a big role in helping you get through secondary school. Class group projects are a great way to meet new people whereas school clubs will help you to find others who share the same interests as you. Find someone who seems nice and approachable and just say ‘hi’ or pay them a compliment when you have the opportunity to do so. 3 ___We all need someone to lean on and friends are like life-jackets when the ship is sinking.

On some days, you’ll lose control of the ship. 4____ It’s during those low points in your life when you experience the greatest failures both academically and socially that you should remember that one thing is always guaranteed in life – CHANGE! The world moves on as it always has and nothing stays the same.

You’ll probably come out of secondary school a different person from the one that entered. 5 ____Change is a huge part of life and can be exciting and brilliant as you watch your classmates begin to show the signs of the adults they will become.

Someday you’ll look back on the fights between friends, the homework you hated and the fun times you had and you’ll realise that the ‘worst’ and most  terrifying years of your life really weren’t so bad. There was pleasure as well as pain, there was wisdom as well as stupidity, there was laughter as well as tears and along with the ‘worst’ came the ‘best.’ 6 ___ So hang in there, kiddo, and make the most of it.

a. A kind word is always appreciated during high school.

b. You may not have enjoyed every moment, but you will miss it.

c. ‘Can things get any worse than this?’ you wonder.

d. The waters will be stormy and you’ll feel as though you won’t survive.

e. Your parents and teachers have secondary expectations.

f. And then, before you know it, the high school years will end.

g. When you leave, you’ll definitely be smarter and stronger and will have a clearer idea of what you want to do with your life.

6. ________

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