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Example Exam For B2 Level

Filozofski fakultet u Nišu

Filološki fakultet u Beogradu

Filozofski fakultet u Novom Sadu


Broj poena:



April 2004.


vreme izrade: 90 minuta


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·       Test GRAMATIKE I UPOTREBE ENGLESKOG JEZIKA proverava znanje gramatike engleskog jezika (posebno glagolskih oblika), sposobnost uočavanja i ispravljanja jezičkih grešaka, kao i poznavanje izvođenja reči i parafraziranja datih rečenica.

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I          MULTIPLE CHOICE                                                             17 points

For each numbered gap choose ONE of the four offered answers to make the sentence both grammatically correct and logical. JUST CIRCLE A, B, C or D. DO NOT fill in the numbered gaps.


Just then my sister Kikuko, whom I hadn’t seen for years, came into the room.

“At last!” My father (1)________ to his feet. “Kikuko (2)__________.”

My sister and I had always been close (3)__________ our difference in years. Seeing me again seemed to make her excessively (4)__________ and for a while she didn’t do (5)___________ but giggle nervously. But she calmed down somewhat when my father started to question her about Osaka and her university. She answered him with short formal (6)__________ . She in turn asked me a few questions, but she seemed inhibited by the fear that her questions (7)__________ to strange topics. After a while, the conversation had become even (8)__________ before Kikuko’s arrival. Then my father stood up and said that he (9)__________ prepare dinner. “Please excuse me (10)__________ . Kikuko will look after you.”

            My sister relaxed (11)__________ once he had left the room. Within a few minutes she was chatting freely about her friends in Osaka and about her classes (12)__________ university. Then, suddenly, she decided we should walk in the garden and (13)__________ out onto the veranda. We put on some sandals that (14)__________ along the veranda rail and stepped out into (15)_________ garden. The daylight had almost gone.

            “I (16)__________ for a smoke for the last half-hour,” she said, (17)_________ a cigarette.  

A) rised
B) raised
C) rose
D) rosed
A) arrived
B) has arrived
C) had arrived
D) has been arriving

A) despite
B) in spite

C) nevertheless
D) although

A) excitingly
B) exciting

C) excitedly
D) excited
A) something
B) nothing
C) anything
D) everything
A) replyes
B) replies
C) replys
D) replays
A) might led                 
B) might lead
C) might had led
D) might had lead      
A) quieter then
B) more quieter than
C) quieter than
D) more quieter then
A) had to
B) has to
C) would had to
D) must to
A) for living                     
B) on living
C) for leaving
D) on leaving                
A) quite visible
B) quite visibly
C) quiet visible
D) quiet visibly
A) on                
B) in
C) to
D) at         
A) goed         
B) goes
C) gone
D) went      
A) have left
B) had left
C) have been left
D) had been left
A) –
B) an
C) the
D) a
A) have been dying
B) had been dying
C) have been dyeing
D) had been dyeing
A) light          
B) lighting
C) liting
D) litting

II          VERB FORMS                                                                    24 points


Put the verbs in brackets in their correct verb forms and make changes in the word order where necessary. The first has been done for you.


                   Paul (0) hadn’t been invited  (not invite) when he (1)________________ (pay) a visit to the Jenkins for the first time. “We (2)___________________________ (sleep) when Paul (3)___________________________(break in),” Mary said. “It was about 6 a.m. when my husband discovered that someone (4) _________________________ (burgle) us. “

                   It was a year later that the Jenkins (5)______________________(receive) a letter saying the police (6)_______________________________(catch) the thief. “I immediately wanted (7)__________________________(know) what (8) __________ _______________________ (his prison address, be). “I (9)_____________________ (feel) I was partly responsible for putting his life back on the right tracks.” Not long afterwards, Paul and Mary (10) _______________________(start) (11) _____________________________ (write) to each other and they (12)_____________________________ (be) friends ever since. When his case (13)____________________________ (come up) in court, Paul (14)__________________________ (allow) by the judge (15) __________________ (go) on an experimental probation scheme rather than (16)______________________ (go) back to the kind of prison he (17)________________________________(send) to many times before.

                  Now Paul is free. He (18) _____________________________ (call round) nearly every day and (19)___________________(play) with the children. Recently, he (20)_________________________ (even, go) to church with them. “In the old days,” he says, “I (21)__________________________ (modal, spend) $200 a night going to clubs but the money (22)___________________________ (steal). In the last few years I (23)__________________________ (make) many new friends who (24)_______________________ (care) about me. I know I couldn’t let Mary and her family down.

III        TRANSFORMATIONS                                                      20 points

Using the beginnings given, rewrite the sentences so that the meaning remains the same.

I don’t speak French.
I wish I ….spoke French….. .
  1. My parents didn’t allow me to stay out after midnight when I was a teenager.

My parents didn’t let me_____________________________________________

  1. She didn’t buy the coat because she didn’t have enough money.
If she_____________________________________________________________
  1. “I don’t remember where I met him,” Mary said.
Mary said she _____________________________________________________
  1. If he doesn’t finish his report by 6, he won’t come to the cinema with us.
Unless he _________________________________________________________
  1. You are smoking in my room! I don’t like that.
I’d rather you ______________________________________________________
  1. They were talking about the problem when we came in.
The problem_______________________________________________________
  1. “Did Peter take part in the marathon on New Year’s,” David asked.
David asked _______________________________________________________
  1. I haven’t been here before. I regret it.
I wish I ___________________________________________________________
  1. We didn’t eat at home. We went to a restaurant instead.
Instead of__________________________________________________________
  1. I have a bad headache. Nevertheless, I’ll go to the concert.
Although __________________________________________________________
IV SPOT THE ERRORS                                            14 points



Read the following text and look carefully at each line. The text is divided into two parts – A and B.

Correct the mistakes as it has been done for you at the beginning of each part.


Part A - There are 7 grammar mistakes in this part, NOT counting the example.



The party starts shortly after nine yesterday. Mr. Wood, which lived in the apartment below, sighed to himself as he heard the first signs – the sound of foots on a stairs and of excited voices as the guests greeted one another. He knew that in just a few minutes the music would begin and, after that, the dancing. Fortunately, Mr. Wood had bringed some work home from the office which will keep him busy for a while, perhaps for a couple of hour or so. He hoped this would help him ignore a party that was going on upstairs.


Part B - There are 7 spelling mistakes in this part, NOT counting the example.


Buy eleven o’clock Mr. Wood felt very tired. He was ready for bad but he knew from past experience that he was not going to be able to get to sleap. Puting on his pyjamas, he propped himself up and started reading a book. He tryed to concentrate on his book, but the noise from the room directly above his head was to much. He found himself reading the same page over and over again. Giving up, he turned of the light, and burried his head in the pillows in a desperate effort to shut out the noise.

V         MORPHOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATIONS                 13 points

Fill in the blanks in the text below with the correct forms of the words in brackets. The first has been done for you.


Nowadays young people seem to be (0) …increasingly… (increase) interested in becoming teachers. However, have you ever thought about the (1)………………… (person) characteristics you need to have in order to be a (2)………………………. (success) teacher?

 To be a good teacher, a teaching (3)……………….………….. (qualify) is not all you need. Your (4)…………………..……. (person) plays a big part in how (5)……………………….….. (effect) your work will be. So, before making the (6)…………………….….. (decide) to take up this challenging (7)……………….………… (occupy), it’s best to make a thorough (8)……………………………. (examine) of your own character. Apart from (9)……………………... (patient), you also need the (10)……...…………… (able) to accept other people’s ideas and the (11)………………………. (will) to learn from your own mistakes. (12)………………………… (sensitive) to the needs of your students is also important. To sum it up, (13)…………………...………. (know) is not enough – who you are is much more important!

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