July 10, 2017July 18, 2017 by Hasan Alisoy Spread the loveİngilis dili Müəllimlərin işə qəbulu imtahanı üzərə SINAQ 1 Müəllimlərin işə qəbulu imtahanına girəcək bütün həmkarlarımıza imtahanda uğurlar. İMTAHAN ÜÇÜN SİZƏ 40 DƏQİQƏ VAXT VERİLİR. İMTAHANDAN SONRA İMTAHAN SƏHİFƏSİNİ DİGƏRLƏRİ İLƏ PAYLAŞMAĞI UNUTMAYAQ. GOOD LUCK!!! Hasan Alisoy. Name Email 1. Not all English people ______ fish and chips. likes doesn’t like don’t like like is liking2. It is very difficult to drive in ______. rush houred slow-moving traffic slow moving traffic of rush hour rush-hour slow moving traffic slow moving rush hour traffic slow moved rush hour traffic3. ______ solar energy is produced in ______ central core of_____ sun. a / the / a _ / the / _ _ / the / the The / the / the The / the / _4. In _____ kingdom of Nepal, high up in _____ Himalayas and within sight of _____ Mt. Everest _____ world’s highest mountain, _____ way of life in _____ villages has hardly changed in hundreds of years. A) B) C) D) the / _ / the / the / _ / the the / the / _ / the / the / the the / the / the / the / the / _ _ / the / _ / _ / the / the the / the / the / the / _ / _ 5. Next August, while you ______ for your exams, I ______ on a Mediterranean beach. are preparing / will be were preparing / would be will have prepeared / will be were preparing / was prepare / will be 6. On ___ bright January morning ___ telephone kept ringing in my office. the/the a/the -/- -/the the/-7. I remember that it was ___ my fifteenth birthday that she first put them ___ my hands. in/on on/into on/at into/on at/on8. -Will Mr. Black be at home ___ Saturday evening? -Yes, he’ll be at home ___ four. in/after at/before -/after on/after on/under9. If the help ___ in time, the experiment ___ tomorrow afternoon. had offered / would he completed was offered / will be completed had been offered / would be completed is offered / would be completed are offered / will be completed10. If you ___ harder you ___ more money and now you ___ to buy a car. have worked / would earn / could had worked / would have earned / would be able had worked / would earn / will be able has worked / would have earned / could worked / would earn / might11. “I spoke to Jane last week,” she said. She said ___ . I spoke to Jane last week. she spoke to Jane a week before. I had spoken to Jane a week before. she had spoken to Jane last week. she had spoken to Jane a week before.12. She said, “I lost the key of my room.” She said that ___ . she had lost the key of her room she lost the key of my room I had lost the key of my room I lose the key of my room she lost the key of the room13. When he was a student, his father gave him a monthly ________ towards his expenses. salary permission allowance wage money14. The human ear admits only a very limited range of frequencies. confesses gives off forces in lets in enters15. Answer the questions 15-16-17 according to the text given below. When Christopher Columbus set sail in 1492 from Spain, his destination was not America. In fact, he did not even know that the huge American continents existed. His purpose in sailing west was to reach the Indies faster than other ships which used a route around Africa. The Indies were a source of riches for Europeans during those days. The treasures of spices, silks, etc. were greatly valued by Europeans but were extremely difficult to obtain. When Columbus reached the islands that are now known as the West Indies, he believed he had reached Asia and he called the people living there ‘Indians’. In 1492 Columbus _____. wished to go to America. started traveling towards Asia. traveled by way of Africa to Asia. wanted to become rich by sailing to America. was looking for the treasures of America.16. Spices, silks and other treasures _____. were found around the world. were taken to Asia to be sold. were from the West Indies. from Asia, were brought to Europe. from Spain, were taken to the Indies17. Columbus believed _____. the destination for Europeans was Asia via America. Europeans should become rich. the riches of the West Indies were better than those of Asia. Spain could be reached via the Asian route. he was headed for India.18. Complete the following paragraphs. Every year 100 million holiday-makers go to the Mediterranean. With one third of the world's tourist trade it is the most popularof all the holiday areas: yet, it is also the most polluted. _____ Therefore, the tourist industry here is in great danger. Several European countries have changed their economic policies. The housing problem has increased over the years. However, the great civilizations of the past are no longer tourist attractions. The average tourist prefers guest houses to hotels.19. Find the appropriate questions for the following answers. There was not enough money. Had the girl enough money? How much money had she? What are there? What is enough? How much money was there?20. Find the appropriate questions for the following answers. In the 17th century the streets of London were so narrow that it was often possible for a person at a window on one side of the street to shake hands with a neighbor on the other side. Was it possible for a person to shake hands in the street? What kind of streets were there in the 17th century? Where neighbors friends in the 17th century? What can Londoners see in their streets? Who lived in the narrow streets in the 17th century?21. Make up a Story. I. In the morning when he woke up, the train was in Paris. II. He asked the conductor to wake him up even if he would protest. III. Once Mark Twain was traveling in France by train. IV. Mark Twain was angry with the conductor who didn't wake him up at his station. But he said "you are not half angry as the man whom I made get off at your station". V. He had to get off at a small station at night. I,II,III,IV,V. III,V,II,I,IV. II,IV,V,III,I. IV,III,I,V,II. V,II,III,IV,I.22. Make up a Text. 1. In winter they decided to make a snow maiden and that they did. 2. Since that day she had become their daughter. 3. They were childless. 4. A miracle happened: the snow maiden breathed once or twice, opened her eyes and smiled to the old people. 5. There lived an old man and his wife. 3,4,2,5,1 4,5,1,2,8 3,1,4,2,5 3,4,2,5,1 5,3,1,4,223. Complete the dialogue. T: Please, don't tell anyone. B: _____. T: Do you promise? B: _____. Don't worry, I won't / Yes, I do Yes, I was / I can't I can't / Thank you We are late / I'm afraid Good-bye / Have a nice weekend24. Complete the dialogue. A: Do you think you could give me your bicycle this morning? B: _____. A: _____. I don't think so/You are right You can't have it now/Certainly Yes, I can't/Not at all I'm sorry, I'm using it myself/Well, thanks I thought it over/With pleasure25. Archeologists ---- under the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, but political protests ---- the excavations. have excavated / will block were excavating / had been blocking excavate / are blocking had excavated / will have blocked were going to excavate / blocked26. ---- by the time you have unpacked. We were all in the living room watching television We have just run out of hot water You haven't had time to take a shower The water will be hot enough for a bath You are taking quite a long time27. The forest fire ---- an area of the Amazonian rain forest the size of France. was destroyed destroys will be destroyed has destroyed had been destroyed28. ----- dreams signify has puzzled mankind for thousands of years. Which Whether Whose What Since29. Choose the correct sentences. The Chinese works much. This coat cost five pounds. All teachers cares about their students. A lot of progress have been made by them. Some of the geese were sold. Several piece of paper was spread on the floor. Small pieces of glass were found on the stairs. 2-5-7 3-4-5-7 1-3-4-7 5-7 2-4-630. My grandmother always wants us -----. not to make any noise while she was taking her afternoon nap whether we could do her shopping while we were doing ours that we should add very little salt to foods due to her hypertension if we could turn the volume of the television up a little more to speak a little more loudly because she is a little deaf31. Bir il xaricdə qalıb geri qayıtdığımda ölkəm üçün nə qədər çox darıxdığımı hiss etdim. I didn't realise how much I missed my country during my stay abroad for one year until I came back. I had missed my country so much during my stay abroad that I decided to return after just one year. I had to come back to my country after only one year as I had missed it so much when I was abroad. I realised how much I had missed my country when I returned from living abroad for a year. I realised that I couldn't bear being away from my country for any longer, and decided to return after one year.32. Do you have any idea about ---- I should send my letter of resignation to? what why how whom when33. The terrorist group is known ---- an extensive supply of weapons. to have having having had to be having have had34. Tobacco, which we now know ---- so harmful, was once thought .---- medicinal value. being / to be having is / had had has been / having had to have been / having to be / to have35. Qabala is ---- colder in winter than l had imagined. so as such much too36. Choose the correct sentence in the Possessive case. Friendship’s very important for most people. The boy’s got old grandparents in the village. My father’s good knowledge is an example for me. Samire’s never been to Turkey before. This task’s very difficult to do in two hours.37. No amount of toys can make up for the love and attention ---- every child needs. when where how who that38. A: Should I study art or philosophy? B: ----! In my opinion, they are ---- a waste of time. Both / either Neither / both All / whole Each / none None / all39. Do you know that everything they ---- ---- guaranteed for two years? are selling / are sell / is sold / have been had sold / were are sold / has been40. Müəllimin sual verdiyi tələbələrdən heç biri qaneedici cavab verə bilmədi. None of the answers the teaher got to her questions from the students was satisfactory. The students didn't give correct answers to any of the questions that the teacher asked. The teacher didn't receive a correct answer to her question from any of the students she asked. None of the students the teacher asked the question to were able to give a satisfactory answer. Not one of the students was able to satisfactorily answer the question that the teacher asked.