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UNIVERSITATEA DE STAT DIN MOLDOVA

Facultatea Limbi i Literaturi Strine


Catedra Filologie Engleza
APROB : Seful catedrei
Test Nr.1
Pentru examenul la modulul Fonetica si Morfologia limbii engleze
Ciclul I, Licenta Anul I, Specialitatea - Limba si Literatura Engleza Limba
Spaniola, gr. 182
1.La nivel de cunoatere i nelegere: (20p) (a) Define the verb. (6p)
b) Classify the verbs according to their syntactic function
and exemplify each type. (8p) c) Identify the grammatical categories of th
verb. (6p)

2.La nivel de aplicare: (18p) Circle the correct form to be used in the text:
His Majesty, Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah, (twenty-nine, the twentynineth, the twenty-ninth, twentieth-ninth) Sultan of Brunei, is (a rich,
the most rich, richer, the richest) man in the world. He is descended from
one of (the oldest, the eldest, older, the elder) ruling (dynasty, the
dynasties, a dynasties, dynasties) on earth a royal line that goes back
over 600 years to 1363. When one of his daughters was eleven (year-old,
years-old, years old, year old) he gave a birthday party. It was in the
ballroom of Claridges Hotel in Mayfair, London, and it (costed, costs, cost,
has costed) 100,000 pounds, but for the Sultan (these, this, those, its) is
not a great amount of (moneys, the money, money, a money). The
Sultans total wealth is (much, more, many, most) than $25 billion. He
(owns, is owning, was owning, has owned) hotels all around the world:
the Dorchester in London, the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles, and the Hyatt
Hotel in Singapore. He (is having, has, having, have) a fleet of private
planes, including an airbus. One of (its, their, his, its) London houses has
(bigger, the bigger, a biggest, the biggest) garden in the city, except for
Buckingham Palace. (Any, Some, Much, Few) years ago, in Brunei, he built
(a, an, the, --) biggest palace in the world. (Its, He, Its, It) has 1,788
rooms, 5 swimming pools, 257 toilets, 44 staircases, and 18 lifts. The diningroom (need, can, must, should) seat 4,000 people. There (is, were, will
be, are) 564 chandeliers with 51,490 light bulbs. (The servant, The
servants, A servant, Servant) is employed full time to change bulbs
about 200 a day. The total cost of the palace (had, is been, was, has) $400
million.
3. La nivel de integrare: (22p.) Write a letter to your friend from Englan
telling her about your first exams at the university (not less
than 8 sentences). Your letter should include 3 cases of comparative and/or
superlative degrees of adjectives, 3 cases of Present Perfect, Past Continuous
and Future Indefinite forms of the verbs, 3 cases of adverbs of frequency and
degree. Underline the cases mentioned above in your letter.
Examinator: S.Cupcic
decembrie 2010

UNIVERSITATEA DE STAT DIN MOLDOVA


Facultatea Limbi i Literaturi Strine
Catedra Filologie Engleza
APROB : Seful catedrei
Test Nr.2
Pentru examenul la modulul Fonetica si Morfologia limbii engleze
Ciclul I, Licenta Anul I, Specialitatea - Limba si Literatura Engleza Limba
Spaniola, grupa 182
1.La nivel de cunoatere i nelegere: (20p) (a) Define the noun. (6
(b) Classify the nouns according to their morphological
composition and exemplify each type. (8p) (c) Name the types of nouns and
exemplify 5 of them (6p)
2.La nivel de aplicare: (18p) Circle the correct form to be used in the text:
In 1996, the Sultan of Brunei (had had, was having, had, would have) a
special party for his (fifty, fiftieth, a fiftieth, the fiftieth) birthday. It lasted
three days and (the guests, a guest, the guest, guests) included Michael
Jackson, the American musician, the Infanta Elena from Spain, and Prince
Charles from Britain. Brunei is one of (the small, the smallest, smaller,
smallest) but richest (countries, the countries, country, a country) in
the world. (Its, Their, Its, His) wealth comes from oil and gas. Many people
in the west (thinks, are thinking, will think, think) that Brunei (are, is,
were, was) in the Middle East but it isnt. (It, Its, Its, Hes) in East Asia, on
the north coast of the island of Borneo. It sells the oil and gas to Japan, and
earns $2 billion a year that is $229,000 (some, any, another, every) hour
from it. And the beauty is that there are so (little, few, less, a little)
people to share all this (money, moneys, monies, moneys). The population
of Brunei is only 230,000. The Sultan and his three brothers (is, are being,
was, are) part of the government. Despite all his money and power, the
Sultan is a very shy man. He often goes to international meetings but says
very (few, least, little, less). In 1965, when he was nineteen, he married his
cousin, Princess Saleha, who was sweet, pretty, and only sixteen. Time passed
and she became (much and much, more and more, little and little,
least) reserved. In 1980, the Sultan met an air hostess called Mariam Bell.
She is much more outgoing (than, then, that, which) many Bruneian girls
and the Sultan fell in love with her. So, in 1981, he (marries, married, had
married, was married) her, too, and now the two (wife, wifes, wives,
wivs) and ten children four princes and six (princesses, princeses,
prinseces, princesses) all live (happy, more happily, most happilly,
happily) together in the palace.
3. La nivel de integrare: (22p.) Write a letter to your Mother describin
your life in the city (not less than 8 sentences). Your letter
should include 3 cases of verbs in the passive voice, 3 cases of modal verbs, 3
cases of adverbs of manner and comparison. Underline the cases mentioned
above in your letter.

Examinator: S.Cupcic
decembrie 2010

UNIVERSITATEA DE STAT DIN MOLDOVA


Facultatea Limbi i Literaturi Strine
Catedra Filologie Engleza
APROB : Seful catedrei
Test Nr.3
Pentru examenul la modulul Fonetica si Morfologia limbii engleze
Ciclul I, Licenta Anul I, Specialitatea - Limba si Literatura Engleza Limba
Spaniola, grupa 182
1.La nivel de cunoatere i nelegere: (20p) (a) Define the adverb. (6
(b)Classify the adverbs according to their morphological
structure and exemplify each type. (8p) (c) Name the types of adverbs an
exemplify 5 of them. (6p)
2.La nivel de aplicare: (18p) Circle the correct form to be used in the text
Each year, one Saturday in September, crowds of people line the Thames
through London, to watch one of the city's (more unusual, the most
unusual, most unusual, the unusual) events: the "Great River Race". Many
big cities have one annual "marathon" race; London has two - one on dry land,
( the other, other, another, others) on water. Technically, the Great River
Race is not a marathon; it is slightly too short, and it is a boat race. Starting at
Richmond, in the western suburbs of London, participants have to row (his,
their, our, your) boats 22 miles, as far as the London docks, in the east. (A,
An, The, --) race is a relatively new event in the London calendar. The first
race (has taken, takes, took, will take) place in 1988. The idea was born in
1987, when members of the historic "Company of Watermen and Lightermen"
(had rowed, rowed, row, have rowed) a royal barge from Hampton Court
to the Tower of London.
In 1988, they challenged other "traditional boats" to a race. Boats that want
to take part must all be of traditional design, with at least four oars;
furthermore, each boat (need to, has to, might, had better) carry at least
one passenger.
Over the years, the race (became, has become, is
becoming, will become) a very (colour, colourful, colourfully, most
colourful) event, with the participation of a wonderful variety of boats. While
most are ordinary rowing boats, there are also Viking long ships, and other
unusual boats. In 1995, for instance, the race (won, is won, was won, has
been won) by a Chinese dragon boat, in a record time of 2 hours, 6 minutes
and 31 seconds!
As the years go by, the number of participants (keep, keeps, have kept,
kept) increasing; from 72 boats in 1988, (a, an, the, --) number of entries
reached 295 in 1997, and will probably be even (the highest, the higher,
higher, highest) this year. (Next, Past, Last, Future) year, there were (a
team, team, the teams, teams) from all over the U.K, and also from
America, Canada, and five European countries. In order to provide a
(thrilling, thrilled, thrill, thriller) finish to the race, a "handicap" system
operates. At the start of the race, the slowest boats set of first, the fastest
(one, the one, the ones, ones) last. In (many ways, the Great River Race is
a (true, truly, more true, truely) race, in the traditional sense of the term a race for amateurs, and a race without corporate sponsors.

3. La nivel de integrare: (22p.) Write a brief biography of someone yo


know very well and admire perhaps a parent, brother or
sister, friend. (not less than 8 sentences). Use 3 cases of verbs in the pa
tenses, passive voice; 3 cases of demonstrative, reflexive
and possessive pronouns; 3 cases of nouns in the genitive case. Underlin
the cases mentioned above in your description.
Examinator: S.Cupcic
decembrie 2010

UNIVERSITATEA DE STAT DIN MOLDOVA


Facultatea Limbi i Literaturi Strine
Catedra Filologie Engleza
APROB : Seful catedrei
Test Nr.4
Pentru examenul la modulul Fonetica si Morfologia limbii engleze
Ciclul I, Licenta Anul I, Specialitatea - Limba si Literatura Engleza Limba
Spaniola, grupa 182
1.La nivel de cunoatere i nelegere: (20p) (a) Define the pronoun. (6p)
(b) Classify the pronouns composition and exemplify
each type. (8p) (c) Explain the diference between interrogative and relative
pronouns and give 2 examples. (6p)
2.La nivel de aplicare: (18p) Circle the correct form to be used in the text
What is the best-known symbol of London? Big Ben? Picadilly Circus? Or could
it be something (much, much more, most, the more) ordinary than that?
Could it be the big red London double-decker bus? It certainly (can, may,
could, should). Big red buses (recognised, are recognized, is
recognized, are recognizing) - and even found - all over the world, and
people recognise (it, him, them, its) as symbols of London. Visitors climb
into (a, an, the, --) London buses to go and see the Niagara Falls. London
buses can be (saw, see, seeing, seen)driving round Europe to advertise big
department stores, or British events . They (neednt, don't need to, cant,
could not) have the words "London Transport" on the side of them: they are
instantly recognized (of, at, for, by) millions of people!
It (has been,
was, is, had been) almost 100 years ago, on October 25th 1911, the London
General Omnibus Company (had run, were running, ran, have run) their
last horse-drawn omnibus through the streets of the capital. Since (than,
then, this, that) the big red motor bus (was, has been, is, will be)
London's "king of the road". Today, every day, thousands of Londoners (have
used, used, uses, use) the big red buses to move - often (slow, slower,
slowly) - around town; and (lot, lots, the lots) of tourists know that a oneday London bus pass, valid on all regular bus routes, ofers a wonderful way to
see
Britain's
capital
city.
The idea of the "double decker" is actually (more, most, many, much)
older than the motor bus; it is simply a continuation of the system that (is
used, had used, was used, has been used) for public transport in the age
of horse-drawn vehicles, when (one, some, others, another) of the
passengers sat inside, and the rest travelled on the roof. Too bad if it was
raining!

3. La nivel de integrare: (22p.) (not less than 8 sentences). Write a letter


of advice to a friend of yours who doesnt feel very well now. Use 3 cases of
conditional sentences of types 1,2,3; 3 cases of modal verbs, 3 cases of
adjectives in the comparative and superlative degree. Underline the cases
mentioned above in your letter.
Examinator: S.Cupcic
decembrie 2010