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INSTITUCIÓN EDUCATIVA TÉCNICA FÉLIX TIBERIO GUZMÁN

PRUEBA TIPO SABER 11°

SESIÓN 1

NÚCLEO COMÚN

No. de preguntas

INGLÉS

45

LENGUAJE

24

FILOSOFÍA

24

CIENCIAS SOCIALES

30

Número total de preguntas: 123


PRUEBA DE INGLES

PARTE 1:

¿DÓNDE SE PUEDEN VER ESTOS AVISOS?


1.
NO PARKING AT ANYTIME

A. in front of a jail entrance B. in front of a theatre entrance

C. in front of a museum entrance D. in front of an art gallery entrance




ROOMS AVAILABLE



2.
A. in a hospital B. in a clinic C. in a condominium D. in a motel
3.
LUGGAGE CLAIM ON THE FIRST FLOOR

A. at the pier B. at the airport C. at the motel D. at the bus stop

4.
FREE BROCHURES. HELP YOURSELF.

A. at the mail B. at the Italian restaurant

C. at the travel agency D. at the beauty shop



5.
NO FOOD OR DRINKS ALLOWED

A. at school B. at the bookstore C. at the park D. at the circus

PARTE 2:

¿CUAL PALABRA DE LA COLUMNA DE LA DERECHA (A – H) CONCUERDA CON LA DESCRIPCIÓN DE LA FRASE DE LA IZQUIERDA (6 – 10)




A. gloves

B. locket

C. high heels

D. clothes

E. lapel

F. belt


G. handkerchief

H. tie





6. People hang them when they come out of the washer
7. They're used to protect your hands from the cold
8. It's hard to walk on them if you aren't used to them
9. It's a part of a coat
10. You need one if you have a cold

PARTE 3

COMPLETE LAS CONVERSACIONES


11. What time is it now?

A. lt's half past twelve B. It's morning C. It's dawn D. It's night time


12. I expected to arrive earlier.

A. I expected too B. she does too C. he did too D. we too


13. Because of the storm the party might becancelled.

A. I hope so too B. I doubt it C. I wish it did D. I knew it all the time
14. He's in trouble.

A. He lied to his parents B. The music is too loud

C. He broke up with his girl friend D. He left it at home
15. She is a very shy person

A. She makes too much noise B. She is spoiled

C. She is so vain D. She is really quiet

PARTE 4

EL ENUNCIADO DE ESTAS PREGUNTAS ES UN TEXTO CON ESPACIOS EN BLANCO NUMERADOS; CADA NÚMERO CORRESPONDE A UNA PREGUNTA. USTED DEBE LEER DETENIDAMENTE EL TEXTO Y ESCOGER LA OPCIÓN QUE EN CADA RESPUESTA LO COMPLETE EN FORMA CORRECTA.



Carmen Wong is a native of Palos Verdes, California. Last summer, she 16 the university to travel to China to meet some of her ancestors. There, she _ 17 a job in a local high school 18 English. She stayed for a year and then 19 back to the States. While there, she __20 sometime 21 her relatives. She says people there 22 nice but she prefers 23 in her home town.
16. A. leave B. leaves C. left D. leaving
17. A. gets B. getting C. gotten D. got
18. A. teacher B. teaching C. teach D. taught
19. A. come B. came C. comes D. coming
20. A. spent B. spends C. spending D. spend
21. A. meets B. met C. meeting D. meet
22. A. be B. is C. are D. been
23. A. be B. is C. being D. been
PARTE 5

LEA EL ARTICULO Y LUEGO RESPONDA LAS PREGUNTAS.
BENJAMÍN FRANKLIN

Benjamín Frankin was born in Boston, Mass. U.S.A in 1706. He was the youngest son in a family of seventeen children. At the age of eleven he became an apprentice to an older brother who was a printer. He worked with his brother for 5 years. He is famous for many essays and for his autobiography. He died in 1790.



EN LAS PREGUNTAS 24 A 30 MARQUE A-B-C EN SU HOJA DE RESPUESTA.




Edgar Allan Poe was also born in Boston in 1809. He is considered one of the most brillant of early American writers. His parents died when he was a young boy and he was adopted by a merchant of Richmond. After he left college, he worked in newspapers and magazines. Although he wrote many tales, he is best known as a poet and his most famous poem are The Raven and Annabel Lee. He died inJ849.


CHARLES DICKENS

Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth, England in 1812. He has been considered one of the best novelists of his time. His books have been translated into many languages and many of them have appeared in movies or tv. At the time of his death he was writing a novel entitled Edwin Drood which was left unfinished. He died in 1870.











24. Who was an orphan?

A. Benjamín Franklin B. Edgar Allan Poe C. Charles Dickens



25. Who died the oldest?

A. Benjamín Franklin B. Edgar Allan Poe C. Charles Dickens



26. Who was not American?

A. Benjamín Franklin B. Edgar Allan Poe C. Charles Dickens



27. Who was not a story writer?

A. Benjamín Franklin B. Edgar Allan Poe C. Charles Dickens



28. Whose books can be read in Spanish?

A. Benjamin Franklin B. Edgar Allan Poe C. Charles Dickens



29. Who had a big family?

A. Benjamín Franklin B. Edgar Allan Poe C. Charles Dickens



30. Who started working as a boy?

A. Benjamín Franklin B. Edgar Allan Poe C. Charles Dickens



PARTE 6

LEA EL TEXTO Y LAS PREGUNTAS DE LA SIGUIENTE PARTE.






EN LAS PREGUNTAS 31-35, MARQUE A, B, C, o D EN SU HOJA DE RESPUESTA.


The questions is, where will the Olympic Games of 2012 be held? It seems to be that many European capltals are prepared or preparing to be the host cities. England proposes unforgettable games with excellence but no extravaganza The city with greater optlons is París and they take it for granted that they will be the chosen. Why? Who knows? Maybe they know something that we don׳t know. New York City wasn't considered an options but all of a sudden the interest arose and they are willing to make great investments. They can afford it. Madrid dreams of being the host and they are already making signs that say "ready for you" in different languages. Moscow was the host city in 1980 but would like to show their new stage of democracy. It will not be until later this year when the seat will be chosen and then we will be hearlng about all of their fantastic preparations.

31. What is the writer trying to do in this text?

A. explaln what the Olympic games are B. choose the best city



C. show which cities are interested D. describe each city
32. What can a reader find out from this text?

A. that all the cities have been seats B. that they have to decide who the best is

C. that the result will be given later on D. the English are stingy
33. Which country has some experience already?

A. France B. England C. USA D. Russia
34. According to the text Madrid would like to have the seat because

A. they have money B. they can make signs

C. they speak several languages D. it is their dream
35. The writer might say to his friends

A. USA deserves it because they have money B. They all deserve to be hosts. May the best win

C. Russia already hada chance D. French think they are the best
PARTE 7

ESCOJA LA PALABRA ADECUADA A, B, C O D PARA CADA ESPACIO EN LA PREGUNTAS 36 A 45


36 long ago I saw an advertisement in a newspaper or a magazine. I 37 not sure where 38 I saw it. That

39 something like this "Learn Spanish 40 the sun at the University of the North". This 41 be in Barranquilla, Colombia. That ad was 42 Why would they advertise 43 Spanish in a Spanish speaking country? Why not English or any 44 foreign languages?

Are there that many foreigners there that Spanish must be 45 ? According to the ad, they also taught a variety of cultural activities. Do many people from abroad come to Colombia to learn English? It would be interesting to know that people come here to learn Spanish, not just go abroad to learn English or French.
36. A. No B. None C. Not D. Now
37. A. is B. am C. are D. be
38. A. it was B. was it C. it were D. it are
39. A. says B. said C. say D. tells
40. A. on B. under C. in front of D. in
41. A. can B. will C. would D. should
42. A. surprised B. surprising C. surprises D. surprise
43. A. learn B. learning, C. learns D. learned
44. A. other B. others C. another D. anothers
45. A. teach B. teaching C. teaches D. taught

PRUEBA DE LENGUAJE


RESPONDA LAS PREGUNTAS 46 A 51 DE ACUERDO CON LA SIGUIENTE INFORMACIÓN
EL TRANVÍA
Se anunció que Sao Paulo iba a tener tranvías eléctricos. Los tímidos vehículos tirados por burros, que cortaban la modorra de la ciudad provinciana, iban a desaparecer para siempre. Nunca más veríamos, en la bajada de la ladera de san Antonio, frente a nuestra casa, el tranvía bajar solo, equilibrado por el volante del conductor. Y el par de burros siguiéndolo. Una fiebre de curiosidad tomo las familias, las casas, los grupos. ¿Cómo serían los nuevos tranvías que andaban mágicamente, sin impulso exterior? Yo tenía noticias, por el negrito lázaro, hijo de la cocinera de mi tía, venida del rio, que era muy peligroso ese asunto de la electricidad. Quien pusiese los pies en las vías se quedaría allí pagado o seria destrozado fatalmente por el tranvía…un amigo de casa informaba: El tranvía puede andar hasta a velocidades de nueve puntos. Pero ahí se produce una distancia de todos los diablos. Nadie aguanta. ¡Es capaz de saltar de las vías! Y matar a todo el mundo… la ciudad adquirió el aspecto de revolución. Todos se conmovían, intentaban ver. Y los más aventurados querían llegar hasta la temeridad de entrar en el tranvía, ¡hasta andar en el tranvía eléctrico!

(Oswald de Andrade, tomado de “un hombre lo predijo”

En AlcaláMay Lorenzo, vanguardia argentina y

Modernismo brasilero,

Buenos Aires, Latino americano, 1994.)




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