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Hétfő: 9.00 - 20.00
Kedd: 9.00 - 20.00
Szerda: 9.00 - 20.00
Csütörtök: 9.00 - 20.00
Péntek: 9.00 - 20.00
Szombat, vasárnap: Zárva

2018.08.21, KEDDEN 09.00 - 15.00 ZÁRVA







Megosztás

Reading

Level Test – Reading

Olvassa el a szöveget, majd próbáljon megválaszolni a kérdéseket. Néhány kérdés könnyebb; egyesek nehezebbek. Ne aggódjon, ha nem tudja a választ! Az angol  szintfelmérő teszt kitöltésénél a válós eredmény érdekében nem ajánlott semmilyen segédeszköz használata.

Sarah is 36 years old, and she lives in Canada. She has two young daughters. She works two days a week as a teacher. Her husband’s name is Nathan, and he’s a sales manager. Nathan’s job is very busy, so he often comes home late. At weekends, they often go driving or walking in the countryside.

Nathan was born in Canada, but Sarah wasn’t. She was born in Argentina, and she moved to Canada when she was 26. When she was growing up, she was really interested in English. At first, she thought it was difficult, but when she finished school she could already speak quite fluently, and understand almost everything she heard or read. She spent a lot of time listening to songs and watching TV shows and films in English.

After she graduated from university, she decided to train as an English teacher. The certificate she needed was quite expensive, and competition for places was intense, but she was determined to do it—she simply couldn’t imagine doing anything else. She finished the course with a distinction, which was the highest grade possible. Soon, she found work as a teaching assistant in a local primary school. She enjoyed the work, although it was often challenging—the children were not always well-disciplined, and she didn’t think that the classroom teacher had enough understanding of teaching methods.

When she first went to Canada, she never would have imagined that she would end up staying there. It was supposed to be a short-term placement in a high school. She thought that she would be able to see a different part of the world and gain some useful experience, which could help her to find a better teaching position when she came back to Argentina. At first, she found living overseas much more difficult than she had expected. She felt homesick, and she had problems getting used to everything which was different in Canada—the interpersonal culture, the climate, the food… For the first three months she was there, she spent most of her free time in her room, dreaming of going back to Argentina and seeing her family again.

Over time, she adjusted to life in Canada, and even started to enjoy herself a bit more. One day, she met Nathan at a party. She liked his sense of humour, and how kind he was, but she was reluctant to get involved, knowing that she was planning to leave in the near future. When her placement finished, he convinced her to apply for a permanent job in another school.  She told herself that she would give it one more year and see how things went.

Now, Sarah is settled, although she still misses Argentina. She tries to make it back at least yearly, and she is bringing up her daughters to be bilingual, so that they can talk to their Argentinian relatives in Spanish. When she thinks back to her first few months in Canada, she can scarcely recognise herself. In some ways, she wishes she weren’t so far away from her family, but at the same time, she feels that she’s learned many things which she never would have experienced had she stayed in Argentina. She wants to give her daughters the chance to travel and experience life in other countries as soon as she can, although of course she hopes they don’t move too far away!

Olvasás utáni szövegértés



    INSTRUKCIÓ

  1. Sarah decided to train as an English teacher because ________
    She thought she could get a good job
    She wanted to travel
    She didn't know what else to do
    It was the only thing she was really interested in
  2. When she left school, her English was ________
    not very good
    perfect
    very bad
    very good
  3. In her first job, she ________
    worked with another teacher to teach older children
    worked with another teacher to teach young children
    taught young children by herself
    taught older children by herself
  4. Which sentence best describes Sarah's attitude now towards her decision to stay in Canada?
    She isn't sure. She thinks that it's impossible to say whether it was the right choice for her or not
    She wishes she had come to Canada earlier, because she doesn't feel that there was anything for her in Argentina
    She wouldn't change her decision, although she still finds it hard to be so far from her family
    She regrets her decision, because she feels homesick and misses her family all the time
  5. When Sarah went to Canada, she thought ________
    she would enjoy living in Canada
    she would find a job as a high school teacher
    she would come back to Argentina again after a short stay
    she would stay in Canada for a long time
  6. It took Sarah ________ to get used to living in Canada
    about one month
    several years
    a few weeks
    several months
  7. Sarah has lived in Canada ________
    since she was 36
    for one year
    for ten years
    since she was born
  8. Nathan works ________
    in a school
    long hours
    at home
    in a factory
  9. Because of Nathan, Sarah initially decided to stay in Canada ________
    until Nathan asked her to marry him
    for a few more months
    for ever
    for another year
  10. Nathan and Sarah ________
    were born in the same year
    were born in different years
    were born in the same country
    were born in different countries
  11. Sarah thinks that she has ________ since coming to Canada
    not changed very much
    changed a lot
    lost touch with her own country
    learned to speak English better
  12. Sarah thought that living in Canada ________
    would be easier than it was
    would be more difficult than it was
    would be very different to living in Argentina
    would make her feel homesick
  13. Sarah's feelings about her first job were ________
    unclear
    mixed
    negative
    positive
  14. Nathan is ________
    Sarah's manager
    Sarah's father
    Sarah's husband
    Sarah's boyfriend
  15. At weekends, Sarah and Nathan often ________
    stay in the city
    go to a village
    work long hours
    get out of the city
  16. When Sarah met Nathan for the first time ________
    she liked him, but she didn't want to have a relationship with him
    she didn't like him very much
    she told him that she was planning to leave
    she decided to stay another year
  17. The children in Sarah's first job ________
    were often rude to her
    didn't learn anything
    didn't always behave well in class
    didn't understand what she was saying
  18. During her first few months in Canada, Sarah ________
    didn't socialise much
    made lots of new friends
    met Nathan
    had to work very hard
  19. Sarah and Nathan have ________
    no children
    two boys
    one boy and one girl
    two girls
  20. When Sarah was at school, she ________ learning English
    didn't mind
    hated
    liked
    didn't like