English Test – Grade 7

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ENGLISH ONLINE TEST - GRADE 7

(Time: 45 minutes)


English Online Test - Grade 7

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I. Listen to Ben’s interview with his new English teacher. Mark true sentences.

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II. Listen and complete the messages.

  1. Hi Danny. This is Marcus. I’ve got a big favour to ask! I’m going (1) _____ with my cousin on Saturday. Would you mind if I borrow your helmet? The strap’s (2) _____ on mine. I’ll bring it back on Sunday morning. Could you let me know if that’s OK? Thanks! Bye!
  2. Hi Freya, this is Eva. This is just to let you know that Ana and I are coming to your birthday lunch on Sunday at the pizza restaurant. Would you mind if we left the restaurant at 2.30 pm? It’s a bit early, I know. Our aunt and uncle are (3) _____ from Australia and we are going to the airport to meet them. Hope that’s OK, see you on Sunday!
  3. Hi Mum, this Yasmin. This is just to let you know that I’m playing (4) _____ today after school. I thought it was tomorrow but it’s today! Could you pick me up at 6.30? Thanks, Mum, bye!
  4. Hello, this is a message for Jamie from Mr. Phillips. Just to let you know that we are not having football (5) _____ on Thursday morning this week – we’re having it on Friday morning instead. And could you bring the money for the school trip in two weeks’ time? Thanks, Jamie. Bye!

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III. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

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III. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

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III. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

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III. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

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III. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

1. It’s about a group of superheroes, ______ have amazing abilities.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

2. What _____ you do if you ____ a lot of money?

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

3. The film is really ______. I didn’t want it to end.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

4. I am always really keen _____ Science. I want to become a Scientist in the future.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

5. Jim _____ under the tree when he _____ an explosion.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

6. In 1895, the first moving pictures ______ to an audience.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

7. Do ______ exercise, and you will feel fitter and healthier.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

8. The doctor says my father will become ill _____ he stops smoking.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

9. I _____ swim in this river when I was a child.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

10. Jack asked me ______.

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V. Read the text and decide the statements are true (T) or false (F).

Football changes girls' lives in rural Kenya

“Teaching self-confidence on the field and in life”

“We can do it” is the slogan of an organization in Kenya called Moving The Goalposts. It uses football to increase self-confidence in girls in Kenya and aims for nothing less than changes in the society.

The sound of girls playing football and clapping wildly when they score goals is not a sound often heard in rural Kenya. But here in the Kilifi district, north of the city of Mombasa, it has become fairly common. In this region, some 3,000 girls play football.

The sound of girls playing football and clapping wildly when they score goals is not a sound often heard in rural Kenya. But here in the Kilifi district, north of the city of Mombasa, it has become fairly common. In this region, some 3,000 girls play football.

Today, on a dusty pitch in the village of Sokoke, 22 girls are playing in a training session, half in blue shirts, and half in red ones. Many are barefoot. The weather is very hot but the girls are constantly in motion.

But these girls are learning a lot more than just how to pass, kick and score; they are learning how to think in new ways, ways that are unusual for young women in this part of the world.

"It is about a teenage girl realizing her goals in life, making her own decisions, including sexual decisions," Margaret Belewa, program manager of the Moving the Goalposts project, said. "Most of the times, those decisions are made by the parents or by the husband. How can we help her so that she can take control of her life?"

Moving the Goalposts aims to empower girls and young women in Kilifi, one of the poorest districts in Kenya, through football.

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VI. Read the passage and answer the questions.

My name is Marian and I am a flight attendant. Providing the passengers what they need and making sure they are comfortable are my main duties.

My job is exciting; I visit many countries every year and never know where I’ll be in the next week. Of course it’s also tiring, and I can’t spend the weekends or holidays with my family but it’s worth it.

I wanted to be a flight attendant since I was a little girl, so I did everything I was advised to, in order to get the job I always wanted. I think it’s very important to prepare yourself to do what you dream on, and if you are really concerned on learning and you take it seriously, you will probably get what you want.

  1. What does Marian do?

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VI. Read the passage and answer the questions.

My name is Marian and I am a flight attendant. Providing the passengers what they need and making sure they are comfortable are my main duties.

My job is exciting; I visit many countries every year and never know where I’ll be in the next week. Of course it’s also tiring, and I can’t spend the weekends or holidays with my family but it’s worth it.

I wanted to be a flight attendant since I was a little girl, so I did everything I was advised to, in order to get the job I always wanted. I think it’s very important to prepare yourself to do what you dream on, and if you are really concerned on learning and you take it seriously, you will probably get what you want.

2. What are Marian’s main duties at work?

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VI. Read the passage and answer the questions.

My name is Marian and I am a flight attendant. Providing the passengers what they need and making sure they are comfortable are my main duties.

My job is exciting; I visit many countries every year and never know where I’ll be in the next week. Of course it’s also tiring, and I can’t spend the weekends or holidays with my family but it’s worth it.

I wanted to be a flight attendant since I was a little girl, so I did everything I was advised to, in order to get the job I always wanted. I think it’s very important to prepare yourself to do what you dream on, and if you are really concerned on learning and you take it seriously, you will probably get what you want.

3. According to her, what’s the advantage of being a flight attendant?

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VI. Read the passage and answer the questions. (1 pt)

My name is Marian and I am a flight attendant. Providing the passengers what they need and making sure they are comfortable are my main duties.

My job is exciting; I visit many countries every year and never know where I’ll be in the next week. Of course it’s also tiring, and I can’t spend the weekends or holidays with my family but it’s worth it.

I wanted to be a flight attendant since I was a little girl, so I did everything I was advised to, in order to get the job I always wanted. I think it’s very important to prepare yourself to do what you dream on, and if you are really concerned on learning and you take it seriously, you will probably get what you want.

  1. And what is the disadvantage?

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VII. Put the words in order to make correct sentences.

  1. you / harder / if / won’t / the / exam / study / pass / don’t / you / .

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VII. Put the words in order to make correct sentences.

  1. I / football / was / while / brother / was / watching / playing / TV / my /.

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VII. Put the words in order to make correct sentences.

  1. write / my / I / who / in / sister / lives / the / USA / usually / to / .

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VII. Put the words in order to make correct sentences.

4. the / was / when / built / bridge / ?

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VII. Put the words in order to make correct sentences.

  1. you / should / health / not / good / stay up / good / it / is / because / not / late / for / your / .

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