ENGLISH CHAMPION 2017 ROUND 1 – GRADE 4 (Test 3)

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Read the article about London's Tower Bridge. Choose the best word for each space.

London’s Tower Bridge

Many tourists visited Tower Bridge. It is the only bridge over the river Thames that can open and let ships pass under it. Tower Bridge was built in 1984 and uses the same machines to lift up the two halves of the bridge.
In the earlier times, the river was busier than now and the bridge had to open over a thousand times a year. Today, it only opens twice a week.
In 1952, a big red bus was the middle of the bridge when it started to open. The driver just got to the other side in time. Of course, now there are lights at end and the traffic must wait for them to go green.

Read the text and answer the questions.

Claude the toad is spending his summer vacation at the pool in the zoo. There he meets his friends: the fish, the seal, and the dolphin. They enjoy their time together in the cool water of the pool. One morning at the pool, Claude sees a baby hawk.

“Look at those claws!” Claude says to the fish, feeling scared.

“You’d better be careful!” says the seal.

“Don’t you know that hawks eat toads?” asks the dolphin.

Claude hears his heart beating louder. The hawk looks at Claude, yawns and then closes its eyes. Claude is not frightened anymore. He comes closer to the hawk and asks, “Do you need anything, baby hawk?”

The hawk looks at the water and says nothing.

“Do you want to drink, baby hawk?” asks the dolphin.

The hawk nods its head. The seal fills his mouth with water and then swims to the edge of the pool. He opens its mouth wide.

The hawk drinks some water and then flies high up in the air. Claude says, “I think we have a friend in the sky. From now on, I will not have bad dreams about hawk anymore.” The friends are happy again in the cool water of the pool.

When Claude first sees the hawk, he feels ______

  • frightened.
  • happy
  • sad

Claude’s friends think the hawk wants ______

  • to eat Claude.
  • to play with Claude.
  • to eat the dolphin.

Claude knows that the hawk is not dangerous because it _____

  • yawns and opens its mouth.
  • yawns and jumps into the pool.
  • yawns and closes its eyes.

How does the seal help the hawk drink?

  • He gives him a straw to drink from the pool.
  • He carries water in his mouth.
  • He carries water on his back.

At the end of the story, ______

  • the hawk still wants to eat the dolphin.
  • the hawk is happy, but the friends are still afraid.
  • everybody is happy.

Read the article about Sean Murphy. 

Are sentences “Right” or “Wrong”? If there is not enough information to answer “Right”, or “Wrong”, choose “Doesn’t say”.

Sean Murphy

Sean Murphy reads the late news on British television at 11 o'clock each evening.

'This is a good time for a news programme because we can report the early news from America and the late news from Europe.

 I still arrive home before midnight because the journey from the Television Centre to my home in north London only takes six minutes. My family is all asleep when I get in, but I usually make a drink of hot milk and read a book for about an hour. ‘I always get up to have breakfast with my three children before they catch the school bus.

 Then I take the newspapers and go back to bed for a short time. Later on, I go for a swim — newsreaders spend too much time sitting down! I sometimes go running. I've done the London Marathon twice. That's a race of over 40 kilometres. I finished each time, but I wasn't among the first!

 'I start work after lunch at two o'clock, when I go to my office. The rest of the day is spent planning the programme, but I always try to go home for an hour to see my children before they go to bed.'

Sean Murphy lives in London.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Sean’s wife gives him a hot drink when he arrives home after work.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Sean takes his children to school in the morning.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Sean likes to go swimming with his colleagues from work.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Sean has won the London Marathon.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Sean usually leaves the office for an hour during the evening.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Choose the correct answer.
Which statement is true?

  • 89045 < 84905
  • 84905 < 85049
  • 8240579 < 8209745

Choose the correct answer.
2 metres = millimetres

  • 20000 millimetres
  • 2000 millimetres
  • 200 millimetres

Choose the correct answer. 
If you mix sand, sugar, small rocks in water, which one will dissolve?

  • Sand.
  • Sugar.
  • Small rocks.

Choose the correct answer.

The skeleton inside our body is responsible for________

  • preventing diseases.
  • producing energy.
  • supporting the body.

Choose the correct answer.
When / Mozart/ eight / he / started / write / music / the flute / piano.

  • When Mozart was eight, he started to write music for the flute and the piano.
  • When Mozart was eight, he started write music for flute and the piano.
  • When Mozart was eight, he started to write music with the flute and piano.

Choose the correct answer.
One / his most / famous / operas / “The Magic Flute” /.

  • One of his famous opera is “The Magic Flute”.
  • One of his most famous operas is “The Magic Flute”.
  • One his most famous operas is “The Magic Flute”.

Choose the correct answer.

Mozart / wrote / first music / when / five.

  • Mozart wrote his first music when he is five.
  • Mozart wrote the first music when he is five.
  • Mozart wrote his first music when he was five.

Choose the correct answer.
Mozart / be / probably / most famous / composer / world.

  • Mozart probably is the most famous composers in the world.
  • Mozart was probably most famous composer in the world.
  • Mozart is probably the most famous composer in the world.

Choose the correct answer.
Mozart / often / ill / it / difficult / to work.

  • Mozart was often ill, so it was difficult to work.
  • Mozart often ill, so it was difficult to work.
  • Mozart was often ill because it was difficult to work.

Choose the correct answer.
Mozart / travel / Europe / write music.

  • Mozart travels around Europe and wrote music.
  • Mozart travelled around Europe and wrote music.
  • Mozart travelled around Europe and writes music.

Choose the correct answer.
Mozart / very clever / he / love / music / a very /early age.

  • Mozart was very clever and he loved music from a very early age.
  • Mozart was very clever and he loves music from a early age.
  • Mozart is very clever and he loved music from a very early age.

Choose the correct answer.
Mozart / write / lots / music and operas / became very famous.

  • Mozart wrote lot of music and operas and he became very famous.
  • Mozart wrote lots of music and operas and he became very famous.
  • Mozart wrote lots of music and operas because he became very famous.

Choose the correct answer.
When / Mozart / grew / lot / people / loves his music / he didn’t /make / money.

  • When Mozart grew up, a lot of people loved his music, because he didn’t make a lot of money.
  • When Mozart grew up, a lot of people loved his music, so he didn’t make a lot of money.
  • When Mozart grew up, a lot of people loved his music, but he didn’t make a lot of money.

Choose the correct answer.
Mozart / married / had / two sons

  • Mozart was married and he had two sons.
  • Mozart married and he had two sons.
  • Mozart was married and he has two sons.

You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. There is one question for each conversation. For each question, choose the right answer.

What was the weather like when the holiday began?

What did Peter buy today?

How far is it to the beach?

  • 5 kms
  • 7 kms
  • 10 kms

What will Tim and his dad play today?

What does this woman want?

Listen to Amanda talking to a friend Matt about a birthday party. For each question, choose the right answer. You will hear the conversation twice.

Which ice cream will they have at the party?

  • coffee.
  • lemon.
  • apple.

What is broken?

  • The CD player.
  • The cassette recorder.
  • The guitar.

Whose birthday is it?

  • Emma’s.
  • Joan’s.
  • Amanda’s sister’s.

What present has Amanda bought?

  • A camera.
  • A video.
  • A football.

What time should people arrive at the party?

  • 8 p.m.
  • 8.30 p.m.
  • 9.30 p.m.