El examen consistirá de un texto en inglés de una extensión de alrededor de 300 palabras y de 20 preguntas de opción múltiple orientadas, unas, a medir la comprensión de dicho texto y, otras, el dominio de los aspectos gramaticales (léxicos, morfológico-sintácticos y semánticos) y de uso de la lengua inglesa, todos tratados en el manual obligatorio de esta asignatura.
La prueba presencial final o examen en la convocatoria de junio o septiembre tendrá una duración de 60 minutos. En esta prueba final se permitirá el uso del diccionario en formato papel sin apéndice gramatical (si su diccionario dispone de apéndice gramatical debe llevarlo debidamente bloqueado con clips o celo de modo que el tribunal tenga claro que no puede utilizarlo).
Se considerará superado el examen cuando la mitad de sus preguntas hayan sido contestadas correctamente. Las respuestas incorrectas no restarán puntuación.
MODELO DE EXAMEN
INGLÉS C.A.D. - Tiempo: 60 min.- Diccionario: Sí.- Marque CLARAMENTE cada una de las 20 respuestas rellenando UNA ÚNICA CASILLA siguiendo las instrucciones de la hoja. Cada respuesta vale 0,5 puntos. No penalizan las respuestas incorrectas o en blanco.
The greatest of Victorian writers, Charles Dickens, was born in Portsmouth, on February 7, 1812. His father John Dickens was constantly in debt, and in 1824 he was imprisoned so Charles was forced to leave school at the age of 12 and go to work in a bootblack factory to help support the Dickens family. It was his personal experience of factory work and the living conditions of the poor that created in Dickens the compassion which was to mark his literary works such as Oliver Twist, published from 1837-38. In general, his works deal with the grim social iniquities of the time, and it was this awareness and concern for the plight of the lower classes that was to mark much of Dickens' life work. In December 1843 Dickens wrote one of his most enduring works, a short story entitled A Christmas Carol. The largely autobiographical David Copperfield followed in 1850. Dickens literary output remained prolific, with later works including A Tale of Two Cities (1859) and Great Expectations (1860-61). Charles Dickens died on June 9, 1870 and was buried at Westminster Abbey.
1. ¿Cuál sería el título más apropiado para este texto?:
a. Dickens, el gran escritor victoriano.
b. El origen de Oliver Twist.
c. Literatura inglesa del siglo XIX.
d. Historia literaria de Inglaterra.
2. (Línea 7) Elija la traducción más apropiada para enduring:
3. ¿Cuál de estas oraciones NO es correcta según el texto?:
a. Dickens had to go to prison.
b. Dickens was aware of social injustice in his times.
c. Dickens had to work when he was a boy.
d. In David Copperfield he reflected his own life.
4. ¿Cuál de estas oraciones ES correcta según el texto?:
a. Dickens only wrote a few works but they were very successful.
b. Dickens was an educated person.
c. David Copperfield is very much connected to Dickens own experience.
d. Dickens main concern in his works was to portray the higher classes and their way of life .
5. (Línea 8)¿Cuál es el significado de output?
II. Elija la opción correcta que mejor complete las siguientes frases:
6. Bristol is _____ England. It is a nice seaport.
a. on b. at c. for d. in
7. Cheng _____ his homework right now. He is a good student.
a. does b. did c. is doing d. done
8. What’s the correct order of the words? they / in Cambridge / were / last week / ?
a. They were in Cambridge last week? b. Last week, they were in Cambridge?
c. Were they in Cambridge last week? d. They were last week in Cambridge?
9. I can’t go to your party. I _____ study for my exams.
a. can b. must c. shouldn’t d. can’t
10. We always _____ our _____ before having a meal.
a. watch / food b. wash / hands c. paint / nails d. wash / hair
10. Ana’s dress is more expensive _____ Julia’s dress.
a. than b. that c. --- d. the
11. I’m in a hurry. We should finish _____.
a. quickly b. quick c. fastly d. rapid
12. My soccer team has _____ the world championship.
a. win b. wan c. won d. beaten
3. There _____ not _____ cats in the flat. The old lady lived alone.
a. was / some b. were / any c. were / some d. was / any
14. Those shoes are _____ ones I have ever seen.
a. the uglier b. the more ugly c. the most ugly d. the ugliest
15. I _____ help you if you want.
a. can b. should c. must d. shouldn’t
16. Are they going to attend the meeting? Yes, they _____.
a. are b. will c. are going d. do
17. Jennifer is coming. Please, tell _____ I need one more minute.
a. she b. hers c. her d. him
18. There _____ some people in the park. They _____ playing football.
a. was / were b. was / was c. were / were d. were / was
19. Oh! You’ve won the lottery. That is the _____ thing that could happen to you now.
a. better b. best c. good d. worst
20. Olivia: Did you read Shakespeare’s Hamlet last year? Carmen: No, we _____. We_____ a different book. Our teacher_____ Shakespeare’s Othello.
a. did / reads / teach b. didn’t / read / taught c. didn’t / read / teach d. did / read / taught