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Teste Diagnóstico de Inglês Nível VI

Professor(a): __________________________ Data do teste: ___ /___ / ____

Conteúdos testados:
 Matéria lecionada no 3.º Ciclo do Ensino Básico

Matriz do Teste

Objetivos / Conteúdos Estrutura Cotações Critérios de classificação


Competências
A. Produzir um Vocabulário relativo Pergunta de 20 pontos 16-20 pontos: erros de ortografia
enunciado ao tema: Future desenvolvimento irrelevantes; estrutura organizada e
escrito livre career coerente.
10-14 pontos: alguns erros de ortografia e
Estruturas estrutura um pouco desorganizada.
gramaticais 1-8 pontos: muitos erros de ortografia e
estudadas nos anos estrutura muito desorganizada.
anteriores e ao 0 pontos: frases incoerentes sem estrutura.
longo da unidade 0
B. Texto relacionado 1. Indicar as 18 pontos Frases Verdadeiras:
Compreender o com alguns tópicos frases True: (2 x 4 Resposta correta: 4 pontos
sentido global do programa do 3º verdadeiras e = 8) Resposta errada: 0 pontos
False: (3 + Frases Falsas
de um texto Ciclo corrigir as falsas (5 pontos: 3 pontos identificação correta; 2
2 = 5 x 2=
assim como citando do texto 10) pontos citação correta)
detalhes do 2. Responder a 30 pontos 12-15 pontos: erros de ortografia
mesmo perguntas de (2 x 15 =30) irrelevantes; estrutura organizada e
interpretação coerente.
8-11 pontos: alguns erros de ortografia e
estrutura um pouco desorganizada.
1-7 pontos: muitos erros de ortografia e
estrutura muito desorganizada.
0 pontos: frases incoerentes sem estrutura.
3. Explicar o 16 pontos 3-4 pontos: estrutura gramatical, ortografia
significado de (4 x 4 = 16) e significado devidamente contextualizado.
expressões do 2 pontos: estrutura gramatical, ortografia e
significado correto mas não contextualizado.
texto com 1 ponto: significado correto com erros
palavras suas gramaticais /ortográficos.
C. Aplicar Vocabulário Preencher 16 pontos Resposta certa: 2 pontos
vocabulário relacionado com o espaços com (8 x 2 = 16) Erros ortográficos: -1 ponto
relacionado tema Teens and free palavras dadas Resposta errada: 0 pontos
com o tema time activities
D. Aplicar os -Tempos verbais: 1. Preencher 30 pontos Resposta certa: 5 pontos
itens Present simple, espaços (6 x 5 = 30) Resposta errada: 0 pontos
gramaticais present continuous, escolhendo a
tratados no 3º past simple, past forma verbal
Ciclo continuous, present adequada
perfect, future forms
-Prepositions: on, in, 2. Preencher 30 pontos Resposta certa: 3 pontos
at, for, by, to espaços com as (10 x 3=30) Resposta errada: 0 pontos
preposições
dadas
E. Produzir um Temas: Hobbies, Escrever um 40 pontos 32-40 pontos: erros de ortografia
enunciado free time activities texto sobre um irrelevantes; estrutura organizada e
escrito guiado e and future career tema à escolha. coerente.
15-31 pontos: alguns erros de ortografia e
livre estrutura um pouco desorganizada.
7-14 pontos: muitos erros de ortografia e
estrutura muito desorganizada com muitos
erros gramaticais.
1-6 pontos: muitos erros de ortografia e
estrutura muito desorganizada com muitos
erros gramaticais e de sentido.
0 pontos: frases incoerentes sem estrutura.

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Teste Auditivo Diagnóstico de Inglês Nível VI

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Conteúdos testados:
 Matéria lecionada no 3.º Ciclo do Ensino Básico

Matriz do Teste

Objetivos / Conteúdos Estrutura Cotações Critérios de


Competências classificação
Compreender um Texto e 1. Identificar 4 pontos 2 pontos: tópico

texto oral na vocabulário os tópicos (2 x 2 = 4) correto

globalidade e em relacionados mencionados 0 pontos: tópico


incorreto
detalhe com os
2. Preencher 16 pontos 2 pontos: palavra
tópicos
espaços (8 x 2 = 16) correta
abordados
1 ponto: palavra
no 3.º ciclo correta com erros
ortográficos.
0 pontos: palavra
incorreta

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Version A
Escola: ________________________________

English Diagnostic Test – 10th Form Level VI


Name: _______________________ Class: 10th ______ Date: __ /__ /____
Teacher’s Signature: _______ Mark: _____ Parent’s Signature: __________

Before you begin:

 Read all the questions carefully.


 Check that you have answered all the questions.
 If you do not know the answer to a question, move on and come back to it at the end.
 Re-read your work once you have finished and look out for any silly mistakes.

A. Explain what you think the title of the text means in about 40 words. (20 marks)

Your Life, Your Choice


I’m currently a senior in high school. This year I constantly find myself
dodging questions from the adults around me, “What do you wanna be?” or
“Does your dream job pay well?” It’s an ongoing battle and one I plan on
winning.

Doctor, nurse, lawyer, psychologist. These are just a few of the career
choices that are floating in my mind daily after my peers, parents, various
members of my family, and even a few nosy neighbours shoved them
there. Each of these individuals seems to think that they have a say in which
career I choose to devote my life to. Everyone, that is, excluding myself.
It’s quite probable that if I were to actually tell them what I wanted to do with
my life, that I truly wanted to be a writer, then they would all just stand there
laughing in my face.
I now have a general idea of how I want my life to play out and the answer I
want to give is becoming harder and harder to say, causing the whole “I don’t
know yet” excuse I keep giving myself to become less and less believable. To
be honest, it’s not all my family’s fault. It’s also the economy’s fault – the
one that’s not exactly booming – the one I’m inevitably going to have to deal
with over the next few years.

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How can I go with my dream job if the ideal job pays twice as much if not
more? Is waking up every day happy, eager, and ready to work, worth risking
the bigger pay check of a top paying job? I think it is.
I’m done with only giving the preferred answer. I’m done with letting the
opinions of others mold and shape my own wants in life. Teenagers have a
right to pave their own path, and not be told which one to take.
Kayla Marie

B.
1. Decide whether the following statements are True or False. (18 marks)

Correct the false ones by quoting from the text.


a. Kayla’s family have never cared much about her decisions
concerning her future career.
b. Most adults she meets want to interfere in her own private or
personal decisions.
c. In her opinion, there are other factors she will have to consider
when choosing what to do next.
d. Kayla wants to find a financially rewarding job even if it’s not exactly
what she likes doing.

(30 marks)
2. Answer the following questions in full sentences.
a. What does Kayla worry about when she thinks of her future plans
and ideals?
b. What do you think is the most important thing to bear in mind when
choosing a future career?

3. Explain the meaning of the following expressions in italics in (16 marks)


your own words:
a. … choices that are floating in my mind… (line 6)
b. … even a few nosy neighbours shoved them there … (lines 7/8)
c. … the one that’s not exactly booming… (line 17)
d. … I’m done with only giving the preferred answer… (line 22)

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C. Complete the gaps below with words in the box. You do not need to (16 marks)
use all of the words.
Teens need free time to spend with 1.__________, relax and have fun. They
need to learn how to find appropriate, healthy activities and 2.__________.
The trend of today is watching movies, serials, listening to music and playing
3.__________. While girls like to spend most of their time 4.__________,
collecting pictures of their favourite stars and listening to 5.__________, boys
spend most of their time playing games or 6.__________ movies, series or
even sport. Few teens like 7.__________ books or writing. During the
8.__________ they like to go to adventurous camps or trips with friends.

hobbies videogames studying friends changing


watching music parents gossiping reading holidays

D.
1. Choose an appropriate option to complete each sentence below. (30 marks)

a. Yesterday our basketball school team __________ the match.


1. was winning 2. has won 3. won 4 is winning
b. Look! Janet and Paul__________ in the playground.
1. is fighting 2. fight 3. fights 4. are fighting
c. Mark __________ me to his birthday party yet.
1. invited 2. hasn’t invited 3. invites 4. has invited
d. It started raining heavily when we __________ home from school.
1. walked 2. was walking 3. walk 4. were walking
e. Carol’s plane __________ at eight o’clock tomorrow morning.
1. will depart 2. is departing 3. departs 4. depart
f. Terry __________ going to the cinema with her friends.
1. likes 2. has like 3. is liking 4. like

2. Complete the gaps with an appropriate word in the box. (30 marks)

to on (3x) by at (2x) in (2x) for

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(a.)________ Mondays Steven usually goes (b.)__________ school


(c.)__________ foot, but today he went (d.)__________ car because his
mother gave him a lift. (e.)__________ eight o’clock he was already
(f.)__________ the students’ hall studying (g.)__________ his Maths test. As
he doesn’t have lessons (h.)__________ the afternoon he always has lunch
(i.)__________ home while he watches an American series (j.)__________
his laptop.

E. Choose one of the following topics and write a paragraph of about (40 marks)
100-140 words.
1. Imagine that you spent last weekend at your best friend’s house and
that you went to a concert to listen to your favourite band together.
Write a diary entry:
 explaining what you did all weekend;
 describing what you felt throughout the weekend.

OR

2. You are probably also starting to think about your future career as you
have already chosen a specific area to study. What do you want to do
when you leave school? Write a paragraph in which you explain which
career you’d like to have in the future. Remember to give concrete
reasons/examples.
(Total:
Good luck! 200 marks)

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Version B
Escola: ________________________________
English Diagnostic Test – 10th Form Level VI
Name: _______________________ Class: 10th ______ Date: __ /__ /____
Teacher’s Signature: ________ Mark: ______ Parent’s Signature: ________

Before you begin:

 Read all the questions carefully.


 Check that you have answered all the questions.
 If you do not know the answer to a question, move on and come back to it at the end.
 Re-read your work once you have finished and look out for any silly mistakes.

A. Explain what you think the title of the text means in about 40 words. (20 marks)

I think that this title means that _____________________________________


____________________________. In order to _______________________
_______________________. For example, if you _____________________,
then you ______________________________________________________.

Your Life, Your Choice


I’m currently a senior in high school. This year I constantly find myself
dodging questions from the adults around me, “What do you wanna be?” or
“Does your dream job pay well?” It’s an ongoing battle and one I plan on
winning.

Doctor, nurse, lawyer, psychologist. These are just a few of the career
choices that are floating in my mind daily after my peers, parents, various
members of my family, and even a few nosy neighbours shoved them
there. Each of these individuals seems to think that they have a say in which
career I choose to devote my life to. Everyone, that is, excluding myself.
It’s quite probable that if I were to actually tell them what I wanted to do with
my life, that I truly wanted to be a writer, then they would all just stand there
laughing in my face.
I now have a general idea of how I want my life to play out and the answer I
want to give is becoming harder and harder to say, causing the whole “I don’t

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know yet” excuse I keep giving myself to become less and less believable. To
be honest, it’s not all my family’s fault. It’s also the economy’s fault – the
one that’s not exactly booming – the one I’m inevitably going to have to deal
with the next few years.
How can I go with my dream job if the ideal job pays twice as much if not
more? Is waking up every day happy, eager, and ready to work, worth risking
the bigger pay check of a top paying job? I think it is.
I’m done with only giving the preferred answer. I’m done with letting the
opinions of others mold and shape my own wants in life. Teenagers have a
right to pave their own path, and not be told which one to take.
Kayla Marie

B.
1. Decide whether the following statements are True or False. (18 marks)

Correct the false ones by quoting from the text.


a. Kayla’s family have never cared much about her decisions
concerning her future career.
b. Most adults she meets want to interfere in her own private or
personal decisions.
c. In her opinion, there are other factors she will have to consider
when choosing what to do next.
d. Kayla wants to find a financially rewarding job even if it’s not exactly
what she likes doing.

2. Answer the following questions in full sentences. (30 marks)

a. What does Kayla worry about when she thinks of her future plans
and ideals?
b. What do you think is the most important thing to bear in mind when
choosing a future career?

3. Choose the most appropriate meaning for the expressions below: (16 marks)

a. …choices that are floating in my mind (line 6)


1. choices that I am still thinking of
2. choices that I have already thought of

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b. … even a few nosy neighbours shoved them there (lines7/8)


1. even a few neighbours with big noses
2. neighbours who are always giving their opinions without having
been asked
c. …the one that’s not exactly booming…. (line 17)
1. the economy isn’t growing
2. the economy isn’t shrinking (getting smaller and smaller)
d. … I’m done with only giving the preferred answer. (line 22)
1. Kayla is going to give the right answer
2. Kayla isn’t going to give the right answer anymore

C. Fill in the gaps below with words in the box. (16 marks)

Teenagers are naturally inclined to look for 1.___________ wherever they go.
So it’s quite common to see teens “hanging out” at 2.___________ centres,
fast food restaurants or wherever they can get together to 3.___________.
However, the fast developments in the field of 4.___________ have changed
the way teens spend their free time. Nowadays 5.___________ are among
the favourite hobbies of especially young boys, who spend hour after hour in
front of a 6.___________ to pass to the next level or to beat their own record.
Another important hobby is listening to music, which teens often
7.___________ and transfer into their iPods. In conclusion, young people
keep playing, listening to music, going to the 8.___________ and reading, but
the way they do that has changed a lot.

videogames shopping technology screen cinema download relax friends

D.
1. Choose the most appropriate option to complete each sentence (30 marks)

below.
a. Steven __________ dinner when the phone rang.
1. was having 2. had 3. has 4. have
b. Carol __________ many German words since the beginning of the
term.

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1. is learning 2. learnt 3. has learnt 4. learns


c. Mark __________ watching films on his laptop.
1. enjoy 2. has enjoyed 3. is enjoying 4. enjoys
d. Last Christmas Paul’s father __________ him a new mobile phone.
1. was giving 2. gave 3. has given 4. given
e. Mark and Desmond __________ table tennis at the moment.
1. play 2. is playing 3. plays 4. are playing
f. The exhibition __________ next month.
1. opens 2. has opened 3. opened 4. open

2. Complete the blanks with an appropriate word in the box. (30 marks)

to on ( 3x) by at (3x) in for

(a.)____ night during the week Anne never goes out. She always stays
(b.)_____ home because (c.)_____ week days she has lessons (d.)____
the morning. Her lessons always start (e.)____ half past nine and she
always goes to school (f.)_____ foot. But (g.)____ Saturday evening she
goes (h.)_____ the shopping centre (i.)____ underground because her
grandmother gives her money both (j.)____ dinner and the cinema tickets.

E. Choose one of the following topics and write a composition of about (40 marks)

100-140 words.
1. You are probably also starting to think about your future career as you
have already chosen a specific area to study. What do you want to do
when you leave school? Write a paragraph in which you explain which
career you’d like to have in the future.
Here are a few ideas that you can mention:
 The career you have chosen.
 3-5 reasons for choosing this career.
 The benefits/opportunities that this career will bring you.
(Remember to include a few examples.)

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OR

2. All teenagers should practise some sort of sport. Do you agree? Why?
Give practical reasons and examples to justify and support your
opinion.

In my opinion _______________________________________________.
We all know that _____________________________________________
and this is why I defend that sport is _____________________________.
Firstly, I think that teens should _________________________________
because it _________________________________________________.
Think of ____________________________________ for example. Then
there is the fact that __________________________________________.
And finally, we should remember that ____________________________.
For example, when you _______________________________________,
you _______________________________________________________.
For all of the above mentioned reasons I personally think that _________
________________________________________________________. If
you still have any doubts think about _____________________________
and you will definitely be convinced!

(Total:
200 marks)
Good luck!

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Escola: ________________________________

English Diagnostic Listening Test – 10th Form Level VI


Name: _______________________ Class: 10th ______ Date: __ /__ /____
Teacher’s Signature: ________ Mark: ______ Parent’s Signature: ________

Before you begin:

 Read all the questions carefully.


 Check that you have answered all the questions.
 If you do not know the answer to a question, move on and come back to it at the end.
 Re-read your work once you have finished and look out for any silly mistakes.

Changing schools

1. Listen to the text and tick (√) the topics that Luísa mentions. (4 marks)

a. friends she left at her former school ____


b. the reasons for changing to another school ____
c. her reaction to her parents’ decision _____
d. the name of the school she went to ____
e. the new school atmosphere _____
f. her age at the time ____

2. Now listen to a second text and complete the gaps below. (16 marks)

The best thing about changing schools was certainly a._________ classes. I
was mesmerized by the b._________ and because I worked hard, I soon
became one of my teacher’s best pupils. I also remember feeling really
c.________ sometimes, but I think that had more to do with the fact that I was
a teen than anything else really. Another thing I remember enjoying was
d._________ . This may sound a bit strange because I was rather overweight
at the time! Let me explain, you see, PE at my new school was a bit of a joke:
the teacher cut class as much as the pupils did, so we usually ended up
e.__________ to play volleyball and then going home without ever breaking a
sweat. I was glad and rather relieved: I didn’t have to do much and it felt like

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anarchy to me. Looking back now I feel f._________ that I got to experience
these two very different realities, which have contributed so much to my
g._________ and personality and to the kind of adult I am today. I guess that
I believe that what doesn’t kill you makes you h.___________ and I’m not
writing from the afterlife, so…

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Answer Key

Version A
A. Personal answer
B.
1.
a. False. “Doctor, nurse, lawyer, psychologist. These are just a few of the career
choices that are floating in my mind daily after my peers, parents, various members
of my family, and even a few nosy neighbours shoved them there.”
b. True
c. True
d. False. “Is waking up every day happy, eager, and ready to work, worth risking the
bigger pay check of a top paying job? I think it is.”
2.
a. When Kayla thinks of her future plans and ideals she worries about how her family is
going to react to her decision. She also thinks about the economical situation, which
can interfere in her choice.
b. Personal answer
3.
a. decisions I have to make, choices that come to my mind.
b. even a few neighbours gave their opinions even though they weren’t asked.
c. flourishing, quickly improving.
d. I am finished with, not ever going to do it again.
C.
1. friends
2. hobbies
3. videogames
4. gossiping
5. music
6. watching
7. reading
8. holidays
D.
1.
a. 3 – won
b. 4 – are fighting
c. 2 – hasn’t invited
d. 4 – were walking
e. 3 – departs
f. 1 – likes

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2.
a. On
b. to
c. on
d. by
e. At
f. in
g. for
h. in
i. at
j. on
E. 1 or 2 personal answer

Version B
A. Personal answer
B.
1.
a. False. “Doctor, nurse, lawyer, psychologist. These are just a few of the career
choices that are floating in my mind daily after my peers, parents, various members
of my family, and even a few nosy neighbours shoved them there.”
b. True
c. True
d. False. “Is waking up every day happy, eager, and ready to work, worth risking the
bigger pay check of a top paying job? I think it is.”
2.
a. When Kayla thinks of her future plans and ideals she worries about how her family is
going to react to her decision. She also thinks about the economical situation, which
can interfere in her choice.
b. Personal answer
3.
a. 1
b. 2
c. 1
d. 2
C.
1. friends
2. shopping
3. relax
4. technology
5. videogames

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6. screen
7. download
8. cinema
D.
1.
a. 1 – was having
b. 3 – has learnt
c. 4 – enjoys
d. 2 – gave
e. 4 – are playing
f. 1 – opens
2.
a. At
b. at
c. on
d. in
e. at
f. on
g. on
h. to
i. by
j. for
E. 1 or 2 personal answer

Listening test
1.
b. the reasons for changing to another school
f. her age at the time
2.
a. Latin
b. language
c. bored
d. Physical Education (PE)
e. pretending
f. grateful
g. character
h. stronger

Listening script
TEXT 1

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I was 15 when I changed schools – from an international to a regular Portuguese Secondary


State school. The change came as a shock at first, for it happened overnight. My parents
decided that my school schedule in the 10th year was just way too heavy and that it didn’t
make sense to keep on learning Maths, Physics and Chemistry, which were all compulsory
subjects at the German School, as I was more interested in Humanities: especially
Languages and Literature. At the time, I kind of agreed with them and felt both a bit scared
and excited at the thought of changing schools. But when it finally happened… well, let’s just
say that I remember crying in bed at night on those first few days. My Mum asked a former
pupil of hers to take me under her wing and that helped a bit because at first we were always
together and I didn’t feel so alone anymore.

TEXT 2
The best thing about changing schools was certainly a.Latin classes. I was mesmerized by
the b.language and because I worked hard, I soon became one of my teacher’s best pupils. I
also remember feeling really c.bored sometimes, but I think that had more to do with the fact
that I was a teen than anything else really. Another thing I remember enjoying was d.PE. This
may sound a bit strange because I was a rather overweight at the time! Let me explain, you
see, PE at my new school was a bit of a joke: the teacher cut class as much as the pupils did,
we so we usually ended up e.pretending to play volleyball and then going home without ever
breaking a sweat. I was glad and rather relieved: I didn’t have to do much and it felt like
anarchy to me. Looking back now I feel f.grateful that I got to experience these two very
different realities, which have contributed so much to my g.character and personality and to
the kind of adult I am today. I guess that I believe that what doesn’t kill you makes you
h.stronger and I’m not writing from the afterlife, so…

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