PRUEBA INGLÉS II

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Título del test:
PRUEBA INGLÉS II

Descripción:
Prueba Saber, continuación Prueba de Inglés

Autor:
Milena Olarte, tomado del ICFES
(Otros tests del mismo autor)

Fecha de Creación:
21/04/2019

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PARTE 5 RESPONDA LAS PREGUNTAS 17 A 23 DE ACUERDO CON EL SIGUIENTE TEXTO Lea el texto y responda las preguntas. En las preguntas 17 - 23, marque A, B o C. JAMES SALTER’S DAYS IN FILM James Salter was a pilot in the United States Air Force. He abandoned the military profession in 1957 after the publication of his first novel, The Hunters. He is best known as a novelist, but during the sixties and seventies, he worked in film making. Salter made documentaries, wrote texts for films, and even was the director of a film called Three, starring Charlotte Rampling and Sam Waterston. In Passionate Falsehoods, which was adapted from Salter’s book Burning the Days, published in The New Yorker in 1997, Salter tells the story of his life in film. Salter’s time in the film world is both good and bad. In Rome, he met directors and stars. In New York, he explored the city with Robert Redford and enjoyed being famous. Deborah Treisman and Michael Agger have talked about Salter. Nick Paumgarten in The Last Book, describes Salter’s opinion about his film career: “Of sixteen texts for movies, only four were popular. There was money, attractive women, and entrance into rooms where there were stories more for the dinner table than for the page.” Salter thought he was wasting his time. Perhaps he wasted his time in a larger artistic way, but it still makes for attractive reading. The Last Book is available to everyone in online stores. QUESTION 17: 17. James Salter played an important part in the making of movies from: A. 1960 to 1979 B. 1960 to 1970. C. 1960 to 1985.
JAMES SALTER’S DAYS IN FILM James Salter was a pilot in the United States Air Force. He abandoned the military profession in 1957 after the publication of his first novel, The Hunters. He is best known as a novelist, but during the sixties and seventies, he worked in film making. Salter made documentaries, wrote texts for films, and even was the director of a film called Three, starring Charlotte Rampling and Sam Waterston. In Passionate Falsehoods, which was adapted from Salter’s book Burning the Days, published in The New Yorker in 1997, Salter tells the story of his life in film. Salter’s time in the film world is both good and bad. In Rome, he met directors and stars. In New York, he explored the city with Robert Redford and enjoyed being famous. Deborah Treisman and Michael Agger have talked about Salter. Nick Paumgarten in The Last Book, describes Salter’s opinion about his film career: “Of sixteen texts for movies, only four were popular. There was money, attractive women, and entrance into rooms where there were stories more for the dinner table than for the page.” Salter thought he was wasting his time. Perhaps he wasted his time in a larger artistic way, but it still makes for attractive reading. The Last Book is available to everyone in online stores. QUESTION 18: 18. Passionate Falsehoods is: A. a newspaper. B. a play. C. a movie.
JAMES SALTER’S DAYS IN FILM James Salter was a pilot in the United States Air Force. He abandoned the military profession in 1957 after the publication of his first novel, The Hunters. He is best known as a novelist, but during the sixties and seventies, he worked in film making. Salter made documentaries, wrote texts for films, and even was the director of a film called Three, starring Charlotte Rampling and Sam Waterston. In Passionate Falsehoods, which was adapted from Salter’s book Burning the Days, published in The New Yorker in 1997, Salter tells the story of his life in film. Salter’s time in the film world is both good and bad. In Rome, he met directors and stars. In New York, he explored the city with Robert Redford and enjoyed being famous. Deborah Treisman and Michael Agger have talked about Salter. Nick Paumgarten in The Last Book, describes Salter’s opinion about his film career: “Of sixteen texts for movies, only four were popular. There was money, attractive women, and entrance into rooms where there were stories more for the dinner table than for the page.” Salter thought he was wasting his time. Perhaps he wasted his time in a larger artistic way, but it still makes for attractive reading. The Last Book is available to everyone in online stores. QUESTION 19: Salter had nice and difficult times in his A. acting years. B. big screen work. C. visit to one city.
JAMES SALTER’S DAYS IN FILM James Salter was a pilot in the United States Air Force. He abandoned the military profession in 1957 after the publication of his first novel, The Hunters. He is best known as a novelist, but during the sixties and seventies, he worked in film making. Salter made documentaries, wrote texts for films, and even was the director of a film called Three, starring Charlotte Rampling and Sam Waterston. In Passionate Falsehoods, which was adapted from Salter’s book Burning the Days, published in The New Yorker in 1997, Salter tells the story of his life in film. Salter’s time in the film world is both good and bad. In Rome, he met directors and stars. In New York, he explored the city with Robert Redford and enjoyed being famous. Deborah Treisman and Michael Agger have talked about Salter. Nick Paumgarten in The Last Book, describes Salter’s opinion about his film career: “Of sixteen texts for movies, only four were popular. There was money, attractive women, and entrance into rooms where there were stories more for the dinner table than for the page.” Salter thought he was wasting his time. Perhaps he wasted his time in a larger artistic way, but it still makes for attractive reading. The Last Book is available to everyone in online stores. 20. The Last Book was written by A. James Salter. B. Deborah Treisman. C. Nick Paumgarten.
JAMES SALTER’S DAYS IN FILM James Salter was a pilot in the United States Air Force. He abandoned the military profession in 1957 after the publication of his first novel, The Hunters. He is best known as a novelist, but during the sixties and seventies, he worked in film making. Salter made documentaries, wrote texts for films, and even was the director of a film called Three, starring Charlotte Rampling and Sam Waterston. In Passionate Falsehoods, which was adapted from Salter’s book Burning the Days, published in The New Yorker in 1997, Salter tells the story of his life in film. Salter’s time in the film world is both good and bad. In Rome, he met directors and stars. In New York, he explored the city with Robert Redford and enjoyed being famous. Deborah Treisman and Michael Agger have talked about Salter. Nick Paumgarten in The Last Book, describes Salter’s opinion about his film career: “Of sixteen texts for movies, only four were popular. There was money, attractive women, and entrance into rooms where there were stories more for the dinner table than for the page.” Salter thought he was wasting his time. Perhaps he wasted his time in a larger artistic way, but it still makes for attractive reading. The Last Book is available to everyone in online stores. 21. James Salter thinks that his work in the cinema business was A. not useful. B. not hard. C. not usual.
JAMES SALTER’S DAYS IN FILM James Salter was a pilot in the United States Air Force. He abandoned the military profession in 1957 after the publication of his first novel, The Hunters. He is best known as a novelist, but during the sixties and seventies, he worked in film making. Salter made documentaries, wrote texts for films, and even was the director of a film called Three, starring Charlotte Rampling and Sam Waterston. In Passionate Falsehoods, which was adapted from Salter’s book Burning the Days, published in The New Yorker in 1997, Salter tells the story of his life in film. Salter’s time in the film world is both good and bad. In Rome, he met directors and stars. In New York, he explored the city with Robert Redford and enjoyed being famous. Deborah Treisman and Michael Agger have talked about Salter. Nick Paumgarten in The Last Book, describes Salter’s opinion about his film career: “Of sixteen texts for movies, only four were popular. There was money, attractive women, and entrance into rooms where there were stories more for the dinner table than for the page.” Salter thought he was wasting his time. Perhaps he wasted his time in a larger artistic way, but it still makes for attractive reading. The Last Book is available to everyone in online stores. 22. Reading about James Salter's years in the cinema could be A. clever enough. B. just fair. C. quite interesting.
JAMES SALTER’S DAYS IN FILM James Salter was a pilot in the United States Air Force. He abandoned the military profession in 1957 after the publication of his first novel, The Hunters. He is best known as a novelist, but during the sixties and seventies, he worked in film making. Salter made documentaries, wrote texts for films, and even was the director of a film called Three, starring Charlotte Rampling and Sam Waterston. In Passionate Falsehoods, which was adapted from Salter’s book Burning the Days, published in The New Yorker in 1997, Salter tells the story of his life in film. Salter’s time in the film world is both good and bad. In Rome, he met directors and stars. In New York, he explored the city with Robert Redford and enjoyed being famous. Deborah Treisman and Michael Agger have talked about Salter. Nick Paumgarten in The Last Book, describes Salter’s opinion about his film career: “Of sixteen texts for movies, only four were popular. There was money, attractive women, and entrance into rooms where there were stories more for the dinner table than for the page.” Salter thought he was wasting his time. Perhaps he wasted his time in a larger artistic way, but it still makes for attractive reading. The Last Book is available to everyone in online stores. 23. The Last Book can be found A. in museums. B. at a café. C. on the web.
PARTE 6 RESPONDA LAS PREGUNTAS 24 Y 25 DE ACUERDO CON EL SIGUIENTE TEXTO Lea el texto y responda las preguntas. En las preguntas 24 - 25, marque A, B, C o D Swift Pizza and Sandwich House Today we have the pleasure of showing you the best letter written by our customer Mark. He wins £25 for writing about us this week. He is so happy with the orders at Swift Pizza and Sandwich House that he wants to declare a holiday to celebrate his experience here: “Happy burgerday and Merry Sandwichmas to everyone!” he wrote. Wednesday May 18, 2011. One typical day I was too tired after working all day long to cook for myself, and I was very hungry. I really wanted something to eat, so I decided to find a burger. I ordered a half-pound burger and a lamb and chicken sandwich. I also made some special orders for extra cheese and vegetables. Food arrived very fast (less than twenty minutes) and was hot and fresh. The burger was delicious, and left me wanting more - fortunately I had the sandwich left. It felt as if it had been cut just a minute before I opened it - juicy, fresh, and great. Every single special request I made was completely satisfied, 100%! And the best thing was that all of the above and some drinks cost me ONLY 10 dollars! If that doesn't say value for money, I don't know what does. It certainly feels great to find new excellent food delivery companies for whenever you don't feel like cooking yourself. I recently had a sad experience with my usual take away restaurant, so I decided to change to something else - and on my first try I got what I wanted! Order now from Swift Pizza and Sandwich House. Mark 24. According to the text, the customer A. left a £25 tip to the waiters who work there. B. celebrated Christmas and New Year at this restaurant. C. found this great restaurant after many attempts. D. posted an excellent review about this restaurant.
Swift Pizza and Sandwich House Today we have the pleasure of showing you the best letter written by our customer Mark. He wins £25 for writing about us this week. He is so happy with the orders at Swift Pizza and Sandwich House that he wants to declare a holiday to celebrate his experience here: “Happy burgerday and Merry Sandwichmas to everyone!” he wrote. Wednesday May 18, 2011. One typical day I was too tired after working all day long to cook for myself, and I was very hungry. I really wanted something to eat, so I decided to find a burger. I ordered a half-pound burger and a lamb and chicken sandwich. I also made some special orders for extra cheese and vegetables. Food arrived very fast (less than twenty minutes) and was hot and fresh. The burger was delicious, and left me wanting more - fortunately I had the sandwich left. It felt as if it had been cut just a minute before I opened it - juicy, fresh, and great. Every single special request I made was completely satisfied, 100%! And the best thing was that all of the above and some drinks cost me ONLY 10 dollars! If that doesn't say value for money, I don't know what does. It certainly feels great to find new excellent food delivery companies for whenever you don't feel like cooking yourself. I recently had a sad experience with my usual take away restaurant, so I decided to change to something else - and on my first try I got what I wanted! Order now from Swift Pizza and Sandwich House. Mark 25. It can be inferred from the text that Mark A. does not like cooking food for himself. B. almost always eats hamburgers. C. enjoys eating fast food sometimes. D. is tired of going to restaurants.
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