Examen Parcial De Ingles Tercer Semestre
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EXAMEN FINAL DE INGLÉS PARA TERCER SEMESTRE
Teacher:_________________________________ Date:___/___/___ ID:___________
Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Instructions: Choose the best word or phrase to complete each sentence.
1. I ____ my homework right now.
a. do b. does c. am doing
2. What do you usually ____ for breakfast?
a. eat b. eats c. eating
3. No, thank you. I never ____ coffee at night.
a. drink b. drinks c. am drinking
4. Sara always ____ chocolate cake for parties.
a. make b. makes c. is making
5. Are you ____ pizza for lunch?
a. have b. has c. having
6. It's always hot and humid here, so farmers ____ a lot of rice.
a. grow b. grows c. are growing
7. Matthew isn't here now. He's probably ____ his friend.
a. visit b. visits c. visiting
8. The teacher never ____ us difficult homework.
a. give b. gives c. is giving
9. Wheat ____ a staple food in North America.
a. are b. is c. is being
10. Many people ____ bread every day.
a. bake b. bakes c. are baking
Instructions: Read the article then choose the correct answer.
You're probably comfortable when you talk to your family. You're fine on the phone with your best friend. You might even be comfortable speaking in front of a class. But what about speaking to a large group? Public speaking makes most people uncomfortable or nervous. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to make it easier. The next time you have to do a presentation or make a speech, try these techniques. Choose a Topic You Know: Think about yourself. Who are you, and what do you know a lot about? When you speak to a group, you have to be yourself. Don't try to talk about something you know little about. And don't try to be someone you're not. If you love computers, for example, do a presentation on the latest technology. Include personal stories and use a conversational tone. Your audience wants to hear about your knowledge, and they want to see your real personality. Practice and Practice Again: After you plan your presentation, it's time to practice. Use a clock so that you know how long your presentation will take. Then do your whole presentation out loud. That's right---you need to say the words. Be sure to practice with the equipment you plan to use such as a laptop or projector. Practice more than once, and practice in front of a friend or family member if possible. They might be able to give you some helpful advice.
Use Eye Contact and Gestures: Words are only one way to communicate. You can also connect with your audience with body language. First, make eye contact. Look directly at people in the audience so that they feel you are really talking to them. Second, use natural movement and gestures. Walking around a little can make you look less nervous. And using your hands while you talk can also be helpful. Never Say "You're Sorry": Finally, never apologize for being nervous during a presentation. The audience probably doesn't see how nervous you are, and they are more interested in hearing about your topic. And if you don't know the answer to a question, that's all right. You don't have to say you're sorry. Just explain that it's not something you know about and move on to the next question.
11. What is the article mostly about?
a. how to practice before a presentation
b. how to choose a topic for a presentation
c. how to be less nervous during a presentation
12. According to the article, how do most people feel about public speaking?
a. nervous b. comfortable c. personal
13. In the second paragraph, why does the writer mention computers?
a. to give an example of something you might know a lot about
b. to explain some of the latest technology
c. to convince the reader to do a presentation on computers
14. In the third paragraph, what is an example of "equipment"?
a. a family member b. a presentation c. a projector
15. What does the article say about eye contact?