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INSTITUCION EDUCATIVA SANTA ROSA DE LIMA

ENGLISH EXAM
GRADE 9

A. MATH THESE TWO COLUMNS

1. Who is She? a. Beer


2. Potatoes b. Happy
3. Can c. Milk
4. Carton d. Rose
5. How old is Peter? e. He is 15
6. Where are they from? f. Colombian
7. How is He? g. Counts
8. Bar h. In the class
9. Where are you today? i. Sugar
10.Pound j. Chocolate

B. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS ARE COUNTS OR NON


– COUNT?

11.Coffee
12.Sugar
13.Hot dog
14.Sandwich
15.Oranges
16.Oil
17.Salad
18.Beef
19.Box of cereal
20.Glasses of milk

C. WRITE ABOUT THE THINGS a. There aren’t sugar


ON THE TABLE b. There are sugar
c. There is sugar
d. There are two bag of sugar
24.
a. There is one bottle of water
b. There are water
c. There is water
d. There aren’t water
25.
a. There are 6 can of beer
b. There are two glasses of milk
c. There is one glass of milk
d. There is one glass of wine
26.
a. There are three onions
b. There are three boxes of
cereal
c. There isn’t rice
21. d. There is one onion
a. There are half dozen eggs 27.
b. There are a little eggs a. There aren’t milk
c. There is one egg b. There are three lemons
d. There isn’t oil c. There are one lemon
22. d. There is one lemon
a. There are one cup of coffee 28.
b. There is a hot dog a. There are mushrooms
c. There is one banana b. There are a lot of apples
d. There are bananas c. There is a bag of potatoes
d. There are four bottles of oil
23. 29.
a. There are two tomatoes
b. There is two tomatoes 40.How much cheese do you
c. There are ten tomatoes need?
d. There is dozen of tomatoes Only _____ _____
30. 41.And how many apples?
a. There is a bar of chocolet Only _____ _____
b. There is oil 42.How many strawberries do
c. There are two bottles of oil you need?
d. There aren’t bananas Only _____ _____
31. 43.Do you need any butter?
a. There is three apples I have _____ _____ butter in my
b. There are three apples refrigerator
c. There are butter 44.I want _____ _____ oranges
d. There is butter
32. F. ACCORDING TO TEXT
a. There is lemonade
b. There is cheese EATING IN NEW YORK
c. There are two tomatoes
d. There isn’t eggs Eating out is a favorite pastime for
New Yorkers and for visitor. If you
D. USE HOW MANY – HOW MUCH like to eat different food, then this is
– ANY – SOME the place for you. New York has
many restaurants and many
33.How _____ cucumbers do I different kinds of food. There are
need people from all over the world in the
a. Some city, and each country has a special
b. Many dish or dishes. You can eat tempura
c. Much in Japanese restaurants, tacos in
d. Any Mexican restaurants, paella in
34.I don’t need _____ sugar Spanish restaurant, Italian food in
a. Some little Italy, Chinese food in
b. Much Chinatown, and so. Then there thee
c. Many is typical American food too:
d. Any hamburgers, hot dogs, fried chicken
35.How _____ beef do You want? and … pizza! Pizza is originally from
a. Many Italy, but today it is part of the
b. Much American menu. American eat a lot
c. Some of pizza. There are approximately
d. Any 58,000 pizzerias in the United
36.Do You want _____ carrots? States – that’s about seventeen
a. Some percent of all restaurants in the
b. Much country. New York has eating places
c. Many for everyone.
d. Any
37.How _____ avocados do you 45.The people in New York like
want? doing
a. Some a. Walking
b. Much b. Eating out
c. Any c. Watching T.V
d. Many d. Talking
38.I like _____ cake 46.The city has many
a. Some restaurants for
b. Any a. Visitors – New Yorkers
c. Much b. Friends – Chinese
d. Any c. Spanish – Mexican
39.I want _____ papayas d. Chinese – Mexican
a. Some 47.Hamburgers – Hot dog –
b. Any Chicken – Fried and Pizza are:
c. Much a. Vegetables
d. Many b. Meats
c. Fast food
E. COMPLETE THE DIALOG WITH d. Drinks
“A FEW” OR “A LITTLE”
48.In China town you can eat b. Mexico
food c. Italy
a. Mexican d. Japan
b. American
c. Chinese
d. Italian
49.Americans eat a lot of pizza
and, it is part of the American
menu but pizza is originally
from
a. France

HOJA DE RESPUESTA

A B C D E F H I J
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2
3
4
5
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7
8
9
10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Count
Non –
Count

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
A
B
C
D

40 41 42 43 44
A
few
A
little

4 4 4 4 4
5 6 7 8 9
A
B
C
D