6th grade. Unit 7. Final Test 1

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K-12 6th grade (Unit 7. It's in your Hands) Quiz on 6th grade. Unit 7. Final Test 1, created by Veronika Bebekh on 18/04/2022.
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Question 1

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[blank_start]cut down[blank_end] - вырубать (деревья) [blank_start]disappear[blank_end] - исчезать [blank_start]global[blank_end] - глобальный [blank_start]domestic rubbish[blank_end] - бытовой мусор [blank_start]danger[blank_end] - опасность [blank_start]donation[blank_end] - пожертвование [blank_start]bake sale[blank_end] - продажа выпечки [blank_start]foster[blank_end] - выходить животное [blank_start]creature[blank_end] - создание, существо [blank_start]harm[blank_end] - ущерб, наносить ущерб
Answer
  • cut down
  • harm
  • disappear
  • global
  • domestic rubbish
  • danger
  • donation
  • bake sale
  • foster
  • creature

Question 2

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1. Poor farmers can [blank_start]cut down[blank_end] rainforests if they have nowhere to live and no food for their families. 2. People shouldn’t [blank_start]destroy[blank_end] the habitats of animals and plants. 3. [blank_start]Rainforests[blank_end] are important for the people who live there. 4. Rainforests are full of unusual [blank_start]species[blank_end] of animals and plants. 5. Rainforest is a comfortable [blank_start]habitat[blank_end] for people. 6. Rare species of animals and plants can [blank_start]disappear[blank_end] forever. 7. Our planet can’t live [blank_start]without[blank_end] rainforests. 8. Rainforests, the lungs of our planet, help make the [blank_start]air[blank_end] of our planet cleaner.
Answer
  • cut down
  • destroy
  • Rainforests
  • species
  • habitat
  • disappear
  • without
  • air

Question 3

Question
Rainforests cover only 6 per cent of the land on our [blank_start]planet[blank_end]. They grow around [blank_start]the equator[blank_end]. There are rainforests in many parts of the world but the biggest forests are in South America, Africa and South-East Asia. The Amazon rainforest in Brazil is the world's largest tropical [blank_start]rainforest[blank_end] and covers 40 per cent of the South American continent. Why do they have such a name? Because they are [blank_start]wet[blank_end]! Tropical rainforests get between 2 and 10 meters of rain each year. And the [blank_start]temperature[blank_end] there is about 24–27 degrees Celsius all year round, so it is always hot in a rainforest and the ground is always wet. It is also dark. Rainforest is one of the oldest [blank_start]habitats[blank_end]. It has been on our planet for 70 to 100 million years. About half of all the [blank_start]species[blank_end] of animals that we know come from rainforests. They are home to the largest and the smallest, the loudest and the quietest of all land animals, as well as some of the most [blank_start]dangerous[blank_end], most beautiful, and most unusual looking animals on Earth.
Answer
  • planet
  • the equator
  • wet
  • rainforest
  • temperature
  • habitats
  • species
  • dangerous

Question 4

Question
Read the text and make necessary changes to the verbs. The tenses that are used in the text: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, Past Simple. We [blank_start]are[blank_end] (be) at a party today. Today Nick [blank_start]is[blank_end] [blank_start]having[blank_end] (have) a birthday. Many guests [blank_start]have[blank_end] already [blank_start]come[blank_end] (come) to his party. Everybody [blank_start]is[blank_end] (be) happy. Lisa [blank_start]is[blank_end] [blank_start]dancing[blank_end] (dance) with Mark. Tina [blank_start]is[blank_end] [blank_start]holding[blank_end] (hold) some drinks and ice-cream. Barbara and Tina [blank_start]are[blank_end] [blank_start]talking[blank_end] (talk) about the party. They [blank_start]like[blank_end] (like) the party. They [blank_start]bought[blank_end] (buy) beautiful dresses for the party yesterday and now they [blank_start]are[blank_end] [blank_start]discussing[blank_end] (discuss) the prices for the clothes. Michael [blank_start]is[blank_end] [blank_start]standing[blank_end] (stand) at the table. He [blank_start]hasn't[blank_end] [blank_start]eaten[blank_end] (not/eat) anything yet and he [blank_start]is[blank_end] (be) hungry. He [blank_start]got[blank_end] (get) up three hours ago and he [blank_start]hasn't[blank_end] [blank_start]had[blank_end] (not/have) time for lunch yet. He [blank_start]went[blank_end] (go) to bed very late yesterday. So it [blank_start]was[blank_end] (be) difficult for him to get up in the morning. Nick’s parents [blank_start]have[blank_end] [blank_start]gone[blank_end] (go) to visit their friends. They [blank_start]haven't[blank_end] [blank_start]come[blank_end] (not come) back yet. Yesterday all the family [blank_start]were[blank_end] (be) very busy. They [blank_start]did[blank_end] (do) many things for Nick’s party. Nick’s mother [blank_start]cooked[blank_end] (cook) many tasty things. Nick also [blank_start]helped[blank_end] (help) her. Nick’s father [blank_start]didn't[blank_end] [blank_start]cook[blank_end] (not cook) anything because he [blank_start]was[blank_end] (be) very busy at work. Nick’s sister Patricia [blank_start]baked[blank_end] (bake) a nice cake and Nick’s brother [blank_start]cleaned[blank_end] (clean) the house. So today Nick and his friends [blank_start]are[blank_end] [blank_start]celebrating[blank_end] (celebrate) his birthday. “Many happy returns of the day, Nick!”
Answer
  • are
  • is
  • having
  • have
  • come
  • is
  • is
  • dancing
  • is
  • holding
  • are
  • talking
  • like
  • bought
  • are
  • discussing
  • is
  • standing
  • hasn't
  • eaten
  • is
  • got
  • hasn't
  • had
  • went
  • was
  • have
  • gone
  • haven't
  • come
  • were
  • did
  • cooked
  • helped
  • didn't
  • cook
  • was
  • baked
  • cleaned
  • are
  • celebrating
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