Test du Niveau en Anglais en Ligne

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    The test consists of three parts:

    A. Compréhension écrite
    B. Vocabulaire
    C. Grammaire
    Each part consists of a group of questions. For each question, please choose one correct answer among the four options: A, B, C, or D.

    A. Compréhension écrite
    – Lisez le texte et répondez aux questions qui suivent:
    – All mammals feed their young. Beluga whale mothers, for example, nurse their calves for some twenty months, until they are about to give birth again and their young are able to find their own food. The behavior of feeding of the young is built into the reproductive system. It is a nonelective part of parental care and the defining feature of a mammal, the most important thing that mammals– whether marsupials, platypuses, spiny anteaters, or placental mammals — have in common.

    – But not all animal parents, even those that tend their offspring to the point of hatching or birth, feed their young. Most egg-guarding fish do not, for the simple reason that their young are so much smaller than the parents and eat food that is also much smaller than the food eaten by adults. In reptiles, the crocodile mother protects her young after they have hatched and takes them down to the water, where they will find food, but she does not actually feed them. Few insects feed their young after hatching, but some make other arrangement, provisioning their cells and nests with caterpillars and spiders that they have paralyzed with their venom and stored in a state of suspended animation so that their larvae might have a supply of fresh food when they hatch.

    – For animals other than mammals, then, feeding is not intrinsic to parental care. Animals add it to their reproductive strategies to give them an edge in their lifelong quest for descendants. The most vulnerable moment in any animal’s life is when it first finds itself completely on its own, when it must forage and fend for itself. Feeding postpones that moment until a young animal has grown to such a size that it is better able to cope. Young that are fed by their parents become nutritionally independent at a much greater fraction of their full adult size. And in the meantime those young are shielded against the vagaries of fluctuating of difficult-to-find supplies. Once a species does take the step of feeding its young, the young become totally dependent on the extra effort. If both parents are removed, the young generally do no survive.


    1. What does the passage mainly discuss?

    2. The author lists various animals in lines 5-7 to:

    3. The word « tend » in line 8 is closest in meaning to

    4. What can be inferred from the passage about the practice of animal parents feeding their young?

    5. The word « provisioning » in line 15 is closest in meaning to:

    6. According to the passage, how do some insects make sure their young have food?

    7. The word « edge » in line 20 is closest in meaning to:

    8. The word « it » in line 24 refers to

    9. According to the passage, animal young are most defenseless when

    10. The word « shielded » in line 26 is closest in meaning to

    B. Vocabulary

    Read the sentences and choose the correct meanings of the vocabulary words:

    11. I believe that if you lower taxes so that people can keep more of the money they earn, it will be an incentive for them to work harder.
    What is the meaning of “incentive”? __________.

    12. Most of America’s Founding Fathers did not believe in women’s suffrage. Only men could vote in the United States until 1920.
    What is “suffrage”?

    13. Some people are sure that the new health care law will mean better care for everyone. Others argue that the law will mean less care and longer waiting lines for those who need to see doctors. It’s a controversy that will not go away soon.
    A controversy is something that people _______.

    14. Removing seeds from cotton plants was a slow job until Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin.
    What is a cotton gin?

    15. In the early 1600s, a dangerous trip across the Atlantic Ocean was a daunting idea. The Europeans, who would someday be known as the Pilgrims, must have been a very determined and brave group of settlers.
    A daunting task is one that would _______ someone.

    16. The original Pilgrims called themselves the “Saints” and referred to others who joined with them for the voyage as the “Strangers.”
    In this context, “original” means _______.

    17. The Saints and Strangers argued about how they would live in the New World. After much discussion, they came together and signed the Mayflower Compact.
    The Compact was _______.

    18. When the Pilgrims landed in what is now Massachusetts, they were fearful that the Native Americans would attack them. However, the people that they encountered, the Wampanoag Indians, were a peaceful and generous tribe.
    To encounter, is to _______.

    19. The United States has a vast amount of newly discovered clean geothermal (natural heat from the Earth’s crust) energy. Tapping into this energy source could provide at least 10 times the energy that can be obtained from the nation’s known coal reserves.
    What does “vast” mean?

    20. Which word in the above paragraph means supplies that are available to be used?

    C. Grammar
    Read the sentences and check the correct answers.

    21. My sister _______ very tired today.

    22. His _______ is a famous actress.

    23. I’d like to be a _______ and work in a hospital.

    24. We _______ like rap music.

    There _______ a lot of water on the floor. What happened?

    26. He _______ TV at the moment.

    27. Helen is very _______. She doesn’t go out a lot.

    28. Did you _______ to the beach yesterday?

    29. Have you got _______ orange juice? I’m thirsty.

    30. Let’s go into _______ garden. It’s sunny outside.

    31. He’s _______ for the next train.

    32. Mark _______ his car last week.

    33. I bought some lovely red _______ today.

    34. Which bus _______ for when I saw you this

    35. Where _______ you like to go tonight?

    36. That’s the _______ film I’ve ever seen!

    37. My dad _______ his car yet.

    38. I’ve been a doctor _______ fifteen years.

    39. Look at the sky. It _______ rain.

    40. If I _______ this homework, the teacher will be angry!

    41. This book is even _______ than the last one!

    42. I’ll meet you _______ I finish work.

    43. We’re getting married _______ March.

    44. If you _______ steak for a long time, it goes hard.

    45. I _______ you outside the cinema, OK?

    46. I _______ not be home this evening. Phone me on my mobile.

    47. The criminal _______ outside the hotel last night.

    48. He asked me if I _______ a lift home.

    49. If I _______ older, I’d be able to vote in elections.

    50. You _______ go to the supermarket this afternoon. I’ve already been.

    51. Kathy drives _______ than her sister.

    52. The _______ near our village is beautiful.

    53. I’m _______ I can’t help you with that.

    54. It was really _______ this morning. I couldn’t see anything on the roads.

    55. Can you look _______ my dog while I’m away?

    56. If I’d started the work earlier I _______ it by now.

    57. This time next year I _______ in Madrid.

    58. I wish he _______ in front of our gate. It’s very annoying.

    59. He said he’d seen her the _______ night.

    60. I _______ agreed to go out. I haven’t got any money!

    61. It was good _______ about her recovery, wasn’t it?

    62. I _______ the report by 5.00 p.m. You can have it then.

    63. Because of the snow the teachers _______ all the students to go home early.

    64. Thanks for the meal! It was _______.

    65. Look! Our head teacher _______ on TV right now!

    66. It’s _______ to drive a car over 115 km/h in the UK.

    67. There’s a lot of rubbish in the garden I need to get _______ of.

    68. I’m afraid it’s time we _______.

    69. He wondered what _______.

    70. They _______ our salaries by 5%.


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