Icfes Workshop Eleventh Grade


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Johanna Marcela Hoyos Padilla
Quiz by Johanna Marcela Hoyos Padilla, updated 4 months ago
Johanna Marcela Hoyos Padilla
Created by Johanna Marcela Hoyos Padilla 4 months ago

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Question 1

San Francisco In June, Diane visited her friends who live in San Francisco, California. This was Diane’s first time in the city, and she enjoyed her opportunities to walk around and explore. On the first day of her trip, Diane visited the Golden Gate Bridge. This red suspension bridge measures 1.7 miles in length. Diane and her friends did not walk across the bridge. However, they viewed it from the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which offers hiking trails, picnicking areas, and presents spectacular views of the bridge and city. Diane and her friends made sure to take a group photograph here, featuring the bridge in the background. The next day, Diane and her friends visited Alcatraz Island. This island is located 1.25 miles offshore in the San Francisco Bay. It used to serve as a lighthouse, military fort, and prison. Diane and her friends took a small tour boat across bay to reach the island. Their visit included a guided tour through the old military base and prison. They also took a walk around the island to appreciate some of the native wildlife in addition to the views of the city. Diane and her friends spent the final day of her vist in San Francisco’s downtown area. Diane’s favorite part of her entire trip was taking a trolley to transport her up and down the hilly streets of San Francisco. Diane did a lot of shopping downtown on her last day. She and her friends celebrated the end of her visit by having dinner at one of San Francisco’s best restaurants. What was the purpose of Diane’s visit to San Francisco, California?
  • She was visiting friends who lived there.
  • She was visiting for a job interview.
  • She wanted to tour the city.
  • She wanted to see its famous bridge.

Question 2

Visitors can do all of the following at the Golden Gate National Recreation Area except for:
  • Hike the trails
  • Ride the trolleys
  • Take photographs
  • Have a picnic

Question 3

Where did Diane and her friends go on the second day of her visit?
  • The Golden Gate National Recreation Area
  • Downtown San Francisco
  • The Golden Gate Bridge
  • Alcatraz Island

Question 4

How did Diane and her friends arrive to Alcatraz Island?
  • By boat
  • By foot
  • By car

Question 5

What was Diane’s favorite part about her trip to San Francisco?
  • Her tour of Alcatraz Island
  • Her trolley rides in the downtown area
  • Her visit to the Golden Gate Bridge

Question 6

Food While eating at a restaurant is an enjoyable and convenient occasional treat, most individuals and families prepare their meals at home. To make breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, these persons must have the required foods and ingredients on hand and ready to go; foods and ingredients are typically purchased from a grocery store, or an establishment that distributes foods, drinks, household products, and other items that're used by the typical consumer. Produce, or the term used to describe fresh fruits and vegetables, is commonly purchased by grocery store shoppers. In terms of fruit, most grocery stores offer bananas, apples, oranges, blackberries, raspberries, grapes, pineapples, cantaloupes, watermelons, and more; other grocery stores with larger produce selections might offer the listed fruits in addition to less common fruits, including mangoes, honeydews, starfruits, coconuts, and more. Depending on the grocery store, customers can purchase fruits in a few different ways. Some stores will charge a set amount per pound of fruit, and will weigh customers' fruit purchases and bill them accordingly; other stores will charge customers for each piece of fruit they buy, or for bundles of fruit (a bag of bananas, a bag of apples, etc.); other stores yet will simply charge by the container. Vegetables, including lettuce, corn, tomatoes, onions, celery, cucumbers, mushrooms, and more are also sold at many grocery stores, and are purchased similarly to the way that fruits are. Grocery stores typically stock more vegetables than fruit at any given time, as vegetables remain fresh longer than fruits do, generally speaking. It'd take quite a while to list everything else that today's massive grocery stores sell, but most customers take the opportunity to shop for staples, or foods that play a prominent role in the average diet, at the establishments. Staples include pasta, rice, flour, sugar, milk, meat, and eggs, and bread. All the listed staples are available in prepackaged containers, but can be purchased "fresh" in some grocery stores, wherein employees will measure and weigh fresh products and then provide them to customers. What is a grocery store?
  • An establishment that cooks food for customers
  • An establishment that distributes foods, drinks, household products, and other items that're used by the typical consumer
  • A place to sell and trade goods

Question 7

Fresh fruits and vegetables are collectively referred to as which of the following terms?
  • Produce
  • Feggies
  • Veggies

Question 8

What are staples?
  • Small pieces of metal used to hold papers together
  • Foods that play a prominent role in the average diet
  • Rare foods
  • Green fruits and vegetables

Question 9

More vegetables are stocked in grocery stores than fruits because:
  • Fruits stay fresh for less time than vegetables
  • Vegetables are more popular than fruits, generally speaking
  • Grocery store managers prefer fruits
  • A and B

Question 10

"Fresh" groceries are:
  • Prepared by employees
  • Charged by the pound
  • Measured manually
  • All of the Above

Question 11

Listen to the conversation. Then choose the correct answers. What is the man's job?
  • He's a banker.
  • He's a chef.
  • He's a teacher.

Question 12

Listen to the conversations. Then choose the owner of each object. a World English book
  • The man
  • The woman
  • The man and the woman

Question 13

What is the woman's husband's job?
  • He's an architect.
  • He's a doctor.
  • He's an engineer.

Question 14

Listen. Then choose the correct answers. TRUE OR FALSE The woman's mother is playing the guitar
  • True
  • False

Question 15

Listen. Then choose the correct answers. The man is visiting the doctor because his mother are sick
  • True
  • False
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