Competente lingvistice - Examinare scrisa (Written examination)

 A. Citire si intelegere (Reading comprehension)

Example 1

Read the text below. Are the sentences 1-7 ’Right’ (A) or ’Wrong’ (B)? If there is not enough information to answer ’Right’ (A) or ’Wrong’ (B), choose ’Doesn’t say’ (C). Mark A, B, or C on your exam sheet.
I moved from Korea to the USA when I was 14 years old. The first few weeks were great –everything was exciting and different. Going to the supermarkets was an adventure: the foods were all new to me and everything was so big!
The biggest culture shock for me was going to high school. First of all, I looked different. All the other girls looked so much older than me. They wore make-up and coloured their hair. And I never went to a school with boys before. So the first thing I did to try to fit in was have a perm. I also started wearing make-up, but I wasn’t very good at putting it on. My eye-liner always seemed to smudge and my lipstick was always the wrong colour. I loved nail polish though. I used to wear different colours on each finger. I also got my ears pierced.
I found Americans a lot more open than Koreans. When I ate my dinner in the cafeteria, I always tried to ignore the boys and girls kissing each other over the table. People don’t do that in Korea. I found it hard to eat my dinner! The other thing I found hard was holding hands (or not holding hands). In Korea girls hold hands with girls, but in America people think that’s really weird. Instead girls hold hands with their boyfriends. I thought that was really weird! I wasn’t cool either. In Korea it’s good to be clever and do well at school, but in America I was a nerd for liking study (and I wore glasses, which made it worse). I found making friends really hard.
1. The author moved to the USA when she was in kindergarten.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say
2. The author liked her first weeks in the USA.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say
3. High school girls wore uniforms in the USA.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say
4. The author had a perm.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say
5. In Korea girls hold hands with girls.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say
6. It is good to do well at school in Korea.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say
7. It was not difficult for the author to make friends.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn’t say
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