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Reading >> 20 points

Read the text. Then choose the correct answer. (5 x 4 = 20 points)

A triathlon is a special type of sport competition. The athletes don’t


compete in one sport – they must compete in three different sports!
A triathlete (triathlon + athlete = triathlete) competes in swimming,
cycling and running. To win, the triathlete must be very good at these
three sports.
Vanessa Fernandes is a Portuguese triathlete. She’s got medals from
many world championships and a medal from the Beijing Olympics
in 2008. This is how Vanessa prepares for competitions:
Every morning, Vanessa gets up at 5.15 and swims for two hours.
At 8.30, she has breakfast. After breakfast, she’s got some quiet time,
but at 10.30, she goes cycling for two to three hours. At 1.00 or 1.30,
Vanessa has lunch. She usually has salad and fish. After lunch,
Vanessa can sleep. Then, at 5.00, she goes running. She usually runs
10 to 12 kilometres. At 6.30, she goes to the gym. At 8.00, Vanessa
has dinner, and at 10.00, she goes to bed.
Vanessa hasn’t got much time for a personal life. She must be serious
and hard-working because she wants to win every competition.

1. Vanessa is from … .
a. Spain b. Portugal c. Beijing
2. Triathletes must ride a bike, run and … .
a. swim b. jump c. climb
3. Vanessa does sport … .
a. only in the mornings b. every day c. once a week
4. Vanessa has got many … .
a. fish b. medals c. friends
5. Which sport does Vanessa do after lunch?
a. cycling b. gymnastics c. running
Vocabulary >> 20 points

1. Which sport is it? Match A to B. (7 x 1 = 7 points)


A B
1. You throw a ball into a basket. ....... a. cycling
2. You hit a ball with a racquet. ....... b. football
3. You kick a ball. ....... c. tennis
4. You do this sport in the water. ....... d. basketball
5. You ride a bike. ....... e. skiing
6. You wear white clothes and no shoes. ....... f. surfing
7. You stand on two long, narrow boards. ....... g. judo

2. Choose the correct answer. (7 x 1 = 7 points)


1. Run / Catch / Climb the ball!
2. I can juggle / swim / ski four balls.
3. We must win / rescue / kick that little cat. It’s very high in the tree.
4. Eagles can hit / lift / fly fast and high.
5. Can John surf / drive / throw a car?
6. The Smiths ride / run / jump bikes in the park every afternoon.
7. This music is great! Let’s lift / attack / dance!

3. Circle the word that doesn’t belong. (6 x 1 = 6 points)


1. basketball • football • weightlifting • tennis
2. drive • attack • fly • sail
3. swimming • running • jump • judo
4. throw • catch • juggle • climb
5. surf • sail • lift • swim
6. win • kick • run • ride

Grammar >> 32 points

1. Complete the sentences with can or can’t. (5 x 1 = 5 points)


1. You ………………… play tennis with a bowling ball.
2. Shirley is in the school swimming team. She ………………… swim very well.
3. You ………………… learn tennis at the sports centre. The teacher is great!
4. Lucas ………………… kick a ball well, so he doesn’t play for the football team.
5. A good basketball player ………………… usually run fast and jump high.
2. Complete the sentences with must or mustn’t. (5 x 1 = 5 points)

Swimming Pool Rules


1. You ………………… have a shower before you swim.
2. You ………………… run next to the pool.
3. You ………………… bring pets to the pool.
4. You ………………… be at swimming lessons on time.
5. You ………………… talk on mobile phones in the pool.

3. Complete the sentences with can, can’t, must or mustn’t. (5 x 2 = 10 points)


1. In judo, you ………………… kick your opponent.
2. Monkeys ………………… climb trees.
3. You ………………… play tennis without a ball.
4. You ………………… play by the rules.
5. The sports centre opens at 1.00. We ………………… go swimming this afternoon.

4.Choose the correct answer. (12 x 1 = 12 points)


1. I don’t know a / any / some people at the party.
2. How much / How many / Is there rice are you cooking?
3. Those girls’ / girl’s / girls mother is from Sweden.
4. You mustn’t / can / can’t kick a ball in a library.
5. Sally often / rarely / sometimes does sport. She plays football five times a week.
6. There is / There are / Are there two museums opposite the park?
7. I can’t sleep because I‘m very / not at all / quite tired.
8. My sister drives very careful / well / bad.
9. Pigs can’t / can / mustn’t fly.
10. I want a / some / an egg sandwiches, please.
11. Bill and Sue have got a pet rabbit. Their / Its / My nose is pink.
12. That / This / These is my schoolbag behind the bed.