English Test – Part 3 – Reading

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H. Read the questions. Look at the course catalog. Circle the answers.(5)

COURSE CATALOG
General Equivalency diploma(GED)

Do you want to get your GED?Then you need to practice your reading,writing, and math skills.Classes are in English or Spanish. No fee.

Instructor Mr. Chen (English) Ms. Lopez (Spanish)
Days/Times: Mon, Wed 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

TV and DVD Repair
This class will teach you how to repair TVs and DVD players.
You will learn about opening your own repair shop. Fee $85.

Insructor: Mr. Stern
Days/Times: Mon, Tues 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Introduction to Computers
This class is for adults who want to learn about computers and Internet.
You will learn about keyboarding, e-mail, and computer jobs. Fee $75.

Instructor: Mrs. Gates
Days/Times: Mon, Wed 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Citizenship
Do you want to be an American citizen? First you need to learn about American history and civics. This class will prepare you for the U.S. citizenship test. Requirements: Legal resident. No fee.

Instructor: Ms. Cuevas
Days/Times: Thurs 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

33. How often does the computer class meet? a. once a week b. twice a week c. three times a week.  d. twice a month
34.What should you do in Mr.Chen's class? a. pay a fee b. speak English c. use a computer d. speak Spanish
35.What will you learn in Mr. Stern's class? a. American History b. computer repair c. TV repair d. math skills
36.What do you have to do in the citizenship class? a. become a citizen b. learn U.S. civics c. pay a fee d. get a GED
37.How long is each class? a. one hour b. two hours c. twice a night d. two times a night

I. Read the article. Choose True or False.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is an international organization that brings volunteers together to help change the lives and living conditions of people around the world. The goal of the organization is to help homeless families worldwide. Because of donations of money and supplies and the help of volunteers, Habitat for Humanity houses are often built and repaired at very low cost. To get started, poor and needy families apply to local programs to become “partner families” with Habitat for Humanity. Partner families may have to pay a down payment and monthly payments for their homes but they also pay in “sweat equity”. “Sweat equity” means that partner families have the responsibility of building and repairing their homes with the help of volunteers. So, partner families often spend many hours on the construction of their house and on houses for other families, too.

Source: http://www.habitat. org

38. Habitat for Humanity is a worldwide housing program. Yes No
39. Professional construction workers get paid for their work with Habitat for Humanity. Yes No
40. The organization succeeds because of donations of money and volunteers. Yes No
41. Families need to apply to get help from Habitat for Humanity. Yes No


 
 

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