Cargill Junior 2022 test
for 8 and 9 grades
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Listening part 1. Listen to the six conversations and click   the circle which shows the correct answer to the man’s question. Open audio for the listening exersize part 1.
Which is the best road to take to get to Axton?
This is done for you as an example.
Why isn’t Peter coming to the party tonight?
What’s the plan for this evening?
Who did Sarah buy her computer from?
What’s Jane doing after she finishes school?
Why is Henry playing tennis today?
Listening part 2. Listen to this passage about a skate park and write the words which are missing in the spaces given. Remember that in each space there are two missing words. Open audio for the listening exersize part 2.

A British father who (0)  knew   nothing  about skateboarding had the idea of (1) ______ ______ a skate park for his son who was interested in the sport but had nowhere to practise. After hours (2) ______ ______ his son from one skate park to another by car, as there weren’t any local facilities, he decided to create a new one. Keith Marsden had never been on a skateboard and had (3) ______ ______ how skate parks operated, so he visited America (4) ______ ______ to look into how experts there had built them. Back in the UK, Keith (5) ______ ______ an old garage and thought it might be a good venue for a skate park. The garage (6) ______ ______ in an old industrial park. He had it cleaned and painted. The place was filthy and in a (7) ______ ______ condition, so it took a lot of time and money to transform it into a skate park and get it (8) ______ ______ public use. On opening day, many young people (9) ______ ______ as they were excited to have a brand new place to practice their favourite sport. Today, the same centre is (10) ______ ______ in Europe and attracts thousands of skateboarders every year.
Fill in 2 words after number (1)
A British father who knew   nothing  about skateboarding had the idea of (1) ______ ______  a skate park for his son who was interested in the sport but had nowhere to practise.
Fill in 2 words after number (2)
After hours (2) ______ ______ his son from one skate park to another by car, as there weren’t any local facilities, he decided to create a new one.
Fill in 2 words after number (3)
Keith Marsden had never been on a skateboard and had (3) ______ ______ how skate parks operated, so he visited America ______ ______ to look into how experts there had built them.
Fill in 2 words after number (4)
Keith Marsden had never been on a skateboard and had ______ ______ how skate parks operated, so he visited America (4) ______ ______ to look into how experts there had built them.
Fill in 2 words after number (5)
Back in the UK, Keith (5) ______ ______ an old garage and thought it might be a good venue for a skate park.
Fill in 2 words after number (6)
The garage (6) ______ ______ in an old industrial park.
Fill in 2 words after number (7)
The place was filthy and in a (7) ______ ______ condition, so it took a lot of time and money to transform it into a skate park and get it ______ ______ public use.
Fill in 2 words after number (8)
The place was filthy and in a ______ ______ condition, so it took a lot of time and money to transform it into a skate park and get it (8) ______ ______ public use.
Fill in 2 words after number (9)
On opening day, many young people (9) ______ ______ as they were excited to have a brand new place to practice their favourite sport.
Fill in 2 words after number (10)
Today, the same centre is (10) ______ ______ in Europe and attracts thousands of skateboarders every year.
Use of English part 1. Choose the correct answer in each sentence
Charlotte is very fond ______ her pet rabbit.
This one done as an example
After ______ their lunch, they left the restaurant.
She goes to the same school as my friend, ______
If we ______ earlier, we would have arrived by now.
I have lived in France ______ five years
Hannah is looking ______ her grandparents’ pets this week
My brother doesn’t like eating eggs and ______
You can ______ up at the party any time from 7 o’clock.
He exercises daily ______ stay healthy.
Her older sister is the one ______ is an actress in America.
If I had time, I ______ with you.
Use of English part 2. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Write ONE WORD ONLY on the line.

Example:
She worked as a   receptionist   for a big hotel. (reception)
Our ______ is going to arrive at lunchtime. (visit)
She is learning ______ at school. (Spain)
You’ll need to walk ______ or you’ll miss the bus. (quick)
The baby cried because he was hungry and ______. (happy)
This meat is not well ______. It is pink. (cook)
It is ______ for a person to run 100 km per hour. (possible)
They ______ get up late on Sundays. (usual)
You can ask for ______ at the tourist office. (inform)
I am ______ in the history of the country. (interest)
He is a brilliant ______ and enjoys exercise. (run)

Part 3. Read the article and answer questions after


Saving Lives At Sea


The British charity, the RNLI, helps swimmers or sailors in danger at sea. A man named William Hillary first had the idea for the organization in 1823, but the charity didn’t start running until 1824. It now has 350 boats working around coast of Britain and 45 000 team members. Over 95% of the men and women working for the RNLI are volunteers, meaning they work for free in their spare time. In the past 12 months, lifeboats were called out over 8400 times and an average of 22 people were rescued every day.

Sometimes, they receive slightly more unusual calls. Recently, for example, an 81-year-old man from the town of Lymington was attempting to rescue a rubbish bin belonging to his 85-year-old neighbour. It had been blown down the street by the wind, towards the sea. The man slipped and fell over the sea wall but was rescued after a couple saw something in the water and called the RNLI. The couple believed that the shape in the water was a donkey from a nearby farm, which was struggling to stay afloat. When the rescue team arrived, they said the man and the bin that he was holding onto, actually looked like an upside-down boat, the kind often used by children at the beach.

Another call came from a terrified women in Devon who thought that she had seen a parachutist jump from a plane and land in the water. Although the 'parachutist' was 100 metres out to sea, the woman called for assistance from the beach, assuring the RNLI that she could clearly see the figure. When the team arrived at the spot, they could not stop laughing as they pulled a child’s Spider Man balloon out of the water. Mostly, however, the situations are very real. Iona Stein, who was rescued while surfing, said of the RNLI, 'They were brilliant. Without them, I wouldn’t be here.'
The RNLI pays most of its workers
The RNLI rescued a parachutist in Devon
On a daily basis, the RNLI now saves about
The couple at Lymington thought they had seen
How did the RNLI team react to the Devon ’rescue’?
Find the word in passage which means the OPPOSITE of terrible and write it in the box below.
Another call came from a terrified women in Devon who thought that she had seen a parachutist jump from a plane and land in the water. Although the ’parachutist’ was 100 metres out at sea, the women called for assistance from the beach, assuring the RNLI that she could clearly see the figure. When the team arrived at the spot, they could not stop laughing as they pulled a child’s Spider Man balloon out of the water. Mostly, however, the situations are very real. Iona Stein, who was rescued while surfing, said of the RNLI, ’They were brilliant. Without them, I wouldn’t be here.’
Find the word in passage which means the SAME as help and write it in the box below.
Another call came from a terrified women in Devon who thought that she had seen a parachutist jump from a plane and land in the water. Although the ’parachutist’ was 100 metres out at sea, the women called for assistance from the beach, assuring the RNLI that she could clearly see the figure. When the team arrived at the spot, they could not stop laughing as they pulled a child’s Spider Man balloon out of the water. Mostly, however, the situations are very real. Iona Stein, who was rescued while surfing, said of the RNLI, ’They were brilliant. Without them, I wouldn’t be here.’

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