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ЗАКАРПАТСЬКИЙ УГОРСЬКИЙ ІНСТИТУТ ІМ. Ф. РАКОЦІ ІІ

КАФЕДРА ФІЛОЛОГІЇ

II. RÁKÓCZI FERENC KÁRPÁTALJAI MAGYAR FŐISKOLA

FILOLÓGIAI TANSZÉK


ПРОГРАМА

ВСТУПНОГО ВИПРОБУВАННЯ

З АНГЛІЙСЬКОЇ МОВИ

для вступників на навчання

за освітньо-кваліфікаційним рівнем «Магістр»


FELVÉTELI FELADATOK

TÉMAKÖREI

ANGOL NYELVBŐL

Magiszteri” képzési szintre felvételizők számára


Берегово / Beregszász, 2015



ЗАТВЕРДЖУЮ


______________ Й.Й. Сікура (ректор) ______________ І.І. Орос (президент)
____” _______________ 2015 року

Jóváhagyta



______________ Szikura József (rektor) ______________Orosz Ildikó (elnök)
2015. _______________ „____”

Kidolgozták

a II. Rákóczi Ferenc Kárpátaljai Magyar Főiskola Filológiai Tanszékének munkatársai

Angol nyelv
A felvételi teszt értékelésének szempontjai, a teszt szerkezete

Az angol nyelv felvételi teszt megírására 60 perc áll a jelentkezők rendelkezésére. A teszt 50 különböző feladatból tevődik össze, amelynek őszpontszáma – 100. Az 50 feladat három feladattípusra osztható:



  1. nyelvtani feladat (Multiple Choice Test), amely 25 feladatot tartalmaz és minden egyes feladat 2 (két) pontot ér, azaz összesen – 50 pontot,

  2. az olvasott szöveg értése (Reading Comprehension), amely 15 feladatot tartalmaz és minden egyes feladata 2 (két) pontot ér, azaz összesen – 30 pontot,

  3. magyar nyelvről angolra való fordítás, amely 10 feladatot tartalmaz és minden egyes feladata 2 (két) pontot ér, azaz összesen – 20 pontot.



Tárgyi tudás

Szófajtan

A névelő. A határozott és határozatlan névelő és használatuk. A leggyakrabban használt állandó szókapcsolatok (step by step, little by little, day by day) és idiomatikus kifejezések névelő nélküli használata (to change clothes, to take care, to start work, to leave school, to do business, to set to work, on board).

A főnév. A főnév neme és nyelvtani jelölése. A birtokos eset. A főnevek (összetett főnevek) többes száma.

Melléknév. A melléknév fokozása. A hasonlítás kifejezése alapfokban, középfokban és felsőfokban. A magyar “mennél ….bb, annál ….bb” fokozási alakja az angol nyelvben.

Névmások. A névmások fajai és használatuk.

Az ige.

Az igeidők (Tenses). Az egyszerű (Simple), folyamatos (Continuous) és a befejezett (Perfect) igeidők képzése és használata. Jövő idejű cselekvések kifejezésének különböző módjai (Present Simple, Present Continuous és a to be going to szerkezet). Present Simple használata a jövő idejű időhatározói mellékmondatokban az if, as soon as, when, until, after, before kötőszavak után. Az igeidők egyeztetése (Sequence of Tenses).

Függő beszéd (Repoted Speech). Kijelentő, kérdő (kérdőszó és kérdőszó nélküli) és felszólító mondatokban.

A szenvedő szerkezet és annak használata.

A segédigék. Alap-segédigék: do, be, have. Módbeli segédigék: can, may, must . A have to, need, should, ought to segédigék. A would segédige.

Feltételes mondatok. A feltételes mondatok főbb típusai: valóságos (reális) feltétel (if it rains, I’ll stay at home), lehetséges feltétel (if it rained, I would stay at home), lehetetlen, meg nem valósult feltétel (if it had rained, I would have stayed at home)

Műveltető szerkezet

Az igeidők egyeztetése (Sequence of Tenses)

A főnévi igenév (The Infinitive), Gerund és a Participle alakja és használata.

A határozók (The Adverbial Modifiers) helye a mondatban és fokozása.

Az elöljárószó. A fontosabb elöljárószók használata.

Mondattan

1. Az egyszerű mondat

2. Az összetett mondat (célhatározói és jelzői mellékmondatok)

3. Az “It is warm. It is diffcult” tipusú mondatok és a “There is … There are” használata.

Szóképzés

Főnevek (-er, -ing, -ment, -tion, -sion, -ness, -ity, -ian, -ess)

Melléknevek (-less, -ful, -able, -y, -un, -dis, -in)

Igék (re-)

Számnevek (- teen, -ty, -th)

Határozószók (-ly)

ANGOL ÍRÁSBELI TESZT (1)

GENERAL INFORMATION – ÁLTALÁNOS TUDNIVALÓK


This test consists of three main parts:
Max. points

Part I: Multiple Choice Test 50 points 2 point each good answer

Part II: Reading Comprehension 30 points 2 points each good answer


Part III: Translation 20 points 2 points each good answer

Total: 100 points

Working time 60 minutes

No dictionaries or other materials may be used.

Part I: Multiple Choice Test


Questions 1-25: 2 points each. Mark your answers by crossing (X) the appropriate answer (A, B, C or D). Please choose the BEST of the four alternatives (A, B, C or D) for each answer. The # symbol means that nothing should be written in the gap.
1. Six high-school students in Johntown are ………HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
  1. affected by C) infected with

  2. effected of D) defected through


2. While the young captain ……… on his knowledge of safety regulations, one of the crew fell overboard.
  1. was testing C) had been testing


B) was tested D) was being tested

3. I could hardly hear what he was saying. He seemed ……… enormously to get the words out.


  1. to strain C) to have strained

B) straining D) to be straining


4. When I got back I noticed that my favourite umbrella was wet. Somebody ……… it.
  1. took C) to been using


B) had used D) had taken

5. No sooner ……… their names on the registration forms ……… the boys began to make enquiries.



  1. I had written / than C) I had written / when

B) Had I written / when D) Had I written / than

6. The work was ……… to begin when the main building contractor decided to withdraw.



  1. on the point C) on the verge

B) about D) close

7. The next car ……… the corner was a black Mercedes.



  1. that is reaching C) what reached

B) to reach D) reach

8. My grandfather earns his ……… by raising animals and growing crops.



  1. wellbeing C) bread

B) living D) cropped

9. The meeting lasted longer than planned because several unexpected problems ……… up.



  1. turned C) propped

B) bumped D) cropped

10. The car won’t start again. You should ……… long ago.



  1. have made it repaired C) have got repaired it

B) get it repaired D) have had it repaired

11. He was appointed ……… President of the National Football League.



  1. # C) the

B) a D) for

12. Don’t panic! Keep your ……… and you’ll be perfectly safe.

A) head C) hair

B) calm D) patience

13. It’s wise to consider all the ……… before you invest your money into a business.

A) for and against C) ups and downs

B) vice versa D) pros and cons

14. I could hardly speak, ………

A) didn’t I C) couldn’t

B) doesn’t D) could I

15. I’m not ……… football.

A) mad at C) good in

B) bad at D) fond about

16.My name is Brown”. “……… ?”

A) What do you do C) What are you doing

B) How do you D) How are you doing.

17. Both the children take ……… their mother.

A) to C) from

B) after D) as

18. The notice says “NO PARKING”. We ……… park here.

A) haven’t got to C) mustn’t

B) needn’t D) wouldn’t

19. If the phone ……… while I’m in the bath, don’t answer it.



A) is ringing C) will ring

B) would ring D) rings

20. My grandfather ……… peacefully last year at the age of eighty six.

A) slept away C) passed out

B) died away D) passed away

21. Not even the greatest scientists know all the secrets of ……… nature.

A) the C) a

B) their D) #

22. The Englishman’s ……… is his castle, they say.

A) home C) flat

B) cottage D) dwelling

23. Why don’t you ……… your mother to knit you a pullover?

A) let C) get

B) have D) make



24.2-5-3-9-4”. “Hello ……… Jane?”

A) are you C) is there

B) is it D) is that

25. If only I could make the baby ……… to sleep!

A) go C) to go

B) fall D) going


Part II: Reading Comprehension

Questions (unfinished statements) 1-15: 2 points each. On reading the following passage carefully, choose ONE of the four answers (A, B, C, and D) to each of the questions or unfinished statements. Choose the answer which fits the text best. Mark your answers by crossing (X) the appropriate answer (A, B, C or D). Only ONE answer is correct.


At two o’clock one very hot August Sunday, Mrs Doe sat down in the sitting-room, where it was always cool, to write to her son Frank, who lived in Australia. By four o’clock she had written,’Dear Frank, Thank you for your last letter, sorry I have been so long replying, only’ – and that was all. Only what? Frank’s last letter, or rather his wife Veronica’s last letter, for she did all the writinig except at Christmas, had arrived in March. How did she explain five month’s silence? She hadn’t been ill. She hadn’t been what you could call busy. Nothing had happened to write to Australia about, that was the trouble.

She’d been invited so many times to go and meet Frank’s family. Every year for the last ten years since he started making money out of his firm, Frank had invited her to visit them in Australia, all expenses paid, for as long as she choose to stay. Always she had replied ’We’ll see.’ But it never went further.

Sometimes she wondered if the people in the coloured photographs they kept sendinng existed at all. Was that Frank, now quite a lot heavier than that confident-looking boy of nineteen who had gone out to Australia so long ago? And his wife, Veronica, who had long red hair and a permanent smile – who was she? Mrs Doe had studied her photographs extremely closely and she still could get no idea. Her letters were warm and friendly enough but they were only words on paper. You couldn’t tell from lettetrs. At least, Mrs Doe hoped you couldn’t. Heaven forbid that anyone should judge her by her painful letters. Only her grandchildren’s little massages had any real value. Surprisingly, the girl Carol, who was fourteen, did not write well and never had much to say, but the boy Paul, who was ten, was a good writer. She enjoyed his little letters and it made her sad to think he would never know from her few words how pleased she was. What a waste! Two lovely grandchildren growing up not even knowing their grandmother.

1. Why was Mrs Doe finding it difficult to write to her son, Frank?


  1. she did not want to tell him about her troubles

  2. it was too hot to concentrate on writing

  3. she was hurt that he had not written recently

  4. there was nothing particular to write about


2. Mrs Doe sat down in the living-room

  1. because it was the only cool place on a hot August Sunday

  2. because Mrs Doe, who lived in Australia, wanted to write a letter to her son

  3. because Mrs Doe wanted to write a letter to her son Frank, who lived in Australia

  4. because she had written a letter to her son



3. Mrs Doe had never been to Astralia because

  1. she had never been able to make up her mind to go

  2. she had thought Frank would not really welcome her

  3. she had been too busy with her own concerns

  4. she did not have enough money for her fare



4. What did Mrs Doe feel when she looked at photographs of Frank and his family?

  1. she doubted if they were as happy as they seemed

  2. she felt that they were all strangers to her

  3. she wondered if the photographs were genuine

  4. she could no longer feel much interest in them


5. Frank and his family

A) had never invited Mrs Dove to visit them in Australia



  1. had been regularly inviting her for the last ten years

  2. had invited her to visit them at Christmas

  3. invited Mrs Doe only once


6. What did Mrs Doe feel about her own lettetrs to Frank and his family?

  1. they were not as interesting as her grandchildren’s to her

  2. they would have been better with some photographs

  3. they could not express what she really felt

  4. they sounded full of complaints


7. Paul’s letter to Mrs Doe

  1. disappointed her because they were so short

  2. were not as interesting as his mother’s

  3. made her more dissatisfied with her own letters

  4. they were just a waste of time


8. The reason why Mrs Doe ’studied her photographs extremely closely’ was that

  1. she was suspicious that Carol had her hair dyed

  2. she hoped to find out more about Veronica’s personality

  3. she could not believe her eyes

  4. looking at pictures was easier than writing letters


9. Frank went to Australia

  1. at the age of fifteen

  2. and became a farmer

  3. to be able to pay for his mother’s expenses

  4. to satisfy his adventurous spirit


10. Frank wrote letters to his mother

  1. only at Chrismtas

  2. every month

  3. regularly

  4. every fifth month


11. Mrs Doe was sad because

A) her granddaughter Carol never wrote letters to her

B) Carol had a bad handwriting

C) she thought that her grandson Paul would never know how much she enjoyed his letters

D) Carol always complayed in her letters
12. Veronica’s letters were

A) embarrassing

B) polite but reserved

C) quite friendly

D) hostile
13. The sentence in the last paragraph ’Heaven forbid that anyone should judge her by her painful letters’ refers to


  1. her granddaughter Carol’s letters

  2. the letters that Mrs Doe herself had written

  3. the letters of her daughter-in-law, whom Mrs Doe met only once

  4. the letters of her daughter-in-law, whom Mrs Doe knew only from her letters


14. Who had not written a single letter for five months?

  1. Mrs Doe herself

  2. Veronica, although she was the most diligent letter-writer

  3. Carol, because she was not good at writing letters

  4. Her grandson, although he was a good writer


15. How did Mrs Doe relate to her daughter-in-law?

  1. she disliked Veronica because of her permanent smile

  2. she was fond of Veronica because she had long red hair

  3. she could not make up her mind about Veronica

  4. she hated Veronica because of her rude behaviour


Part III. Translate into English

Sentences 1-10: 2 points each.

  1. Minél több barátja van valakinek, annál boldogabb.

  2. Nincs semmi ennivaló a házban.

  3. A gyermekeim soha nem csinálják, amit mondok nekik.

  4. Nem érkezett meg éjfél előtt.

  5. Ön mit csinált a gyilkosság időpontjában?

  6. Megkérdezte, hogy érzem magam.

  7. Ha nem indultunk volna későn, nem kerültünk volna abba a dugóba.

  8. Meg tudod javíttatni holnapra?

  9. Az egész világot látni szeretném!

  10. Gondolj valakire, akit nagyon jól ismersz.


ANGOL ÍRÁSBELI TESZT (2)

GENERAL INFORMATION – ÁLTALÁNOS TUDNIVALÓK


This test consists of three main parts:

Max. points


Part I: Multiple Choice Test 50 points 2 point each good answer

Part II: Reading Comprehension 30 points 2 points each good answer


Part III: Translation 20 points 2 points each good answer

Total: 100 points

Working time 60 minutes

No dictionaries or other materials may be used.

Part I: Multiple Choice Test


Questions 1-25: 2 points each. Mark your answers by crossing (X) the appropriate answer (A, B, C or D). Please choose the BEST of the four alternatives (A, B, C or D) for each answer. The # symbol means that nothing should be written in the gap.
1. By the time the guests arrived, everything ……… ready.

A) is C) has been

B) was D) had been

2. Jack hates ……… to help with the washing-up.

A) that he be told C) when told

B) we tell him D) being told

3. “……… peel the potatoes?” “Would you? That would be a great help”.

A) Will I C) Would I

B) Might I D) Shall I

4. Let’s set the alarm clock ……… late tomorrow.

A) in order we won’t be C) for not being

B) so as not to be D) so that it isn’t

5. Excuse me, but I think you’ve taken my raincoat ……….

A) at fault C) with error

B) by mistake D) in misunderstanding

6.“Shall we dance?” “………, if you don’t mind”.

A) I won’t rather C) I’d rather not

B) I’d not rather D) I’d rather don’t

7. We’d like ……… as soon as possible.

A) the repairs done C) you do the repairs

B) doing the repairs done D) having the repairs done

8. Have you had ……… of this kind of work?

A) an experience C) some experiences

B) experience D) any experiences

9. Why are you always in a ………?

A) hurry C) haste

B) high speed D) dash

10. May I help you ……… some apple tea?

A) in C) to

B) with D) for

11. ……… of you to bring me flowers!

A) So kind C) How kind

B) What a kind thing D) What kindness

12. I wish he ……… as I say, but I’m afraid he won’t.

A) does C) may do

B) will do D) would do

13. Can I help you ……… your coat.

A) with C) on

B) up D) #

14. When we were children we were ……… a lot of poems by heart.

A) learning C) learned

B) used to learn D) made to learn

15. The faster a person drives, ……… to have an accident.

A) he is more likely C) likelier is he

B) more likely is he D) the more likely he is

16. Mrs Smiths watched her husband _______________.

A) packed C) to pack

B) packing D) packs

17. I’m not very good at Maths, but I can work out __________ sums.

A) few C) a little

B) a few D) little

18. You should try to hand in your work _____________ than next week.

A) not later C) latest

B) not so late D) not late

19. _____ tennis is my favourite sport. I play once or twice _______ week if I can.

A) # / the C) the / #

B) the / a D) # / a

20. Tom has gone away. He’ll be back ______ a week.

A) in C) by

B) on D) until

21. _________ have you known her?

A) How long time C) How much time

B) How long D) How much time

22. We don’t want _______________ that we are here.

A) somebody know C) anybody to know

B) somebody to know D) nobody to know

23. You _____________ the dog. He can walk very well.

A) needn’t have carried C) could have carried

B) ought to carry D) may have carried

24. 15 people lost their ______________ due to the accident.

A) life C) lifes

B) live D) lives

25. Do you feel like __________?

A) dancing C) to dancing

B) dance D) to dance
Part II: Reading Comprehension

Questions (unfinished statements) 1-15: 2 points each. On reading the following passage carefully, choose ONE of the four answers (A, B, C, and D) to each of the questions or unfinished statements. Choose the answer which fits the text best. Mark your answers by crossing (X) the appropriate answer (A, B, C or D). Only ONE answer is correct.


A Modern Story

Mrs. Ann Jones is a very successful businesswoman. She works for a firm which makes computers. They do business all over the world. Last year she was made manager of the firm, and she is quite proud to think back on the days when she was just a secretary and had to do all sorts of tedious office work. She did a lot of typing in those days, and she also had to do all the bills. Justly, she thinks she has done quite well for herself. When she was at school she did not do too well, and she started work as an office girl when she was sixteen. After two years she realised she was making no headway so she said to herself: “This won’t do. I’ll have to make a serious effort if I want to get somewhere.” No sooner said than done. She made up her mind to start studying, and soon she had made up for lost time. She studied languages and economics with great success, first at evening school and then at college. This made a deep impression on Mr Chadwick, manager of the firm, who thought she could do a lot of good in a more responsible position. It couldn’t do any harm to make her head of the sales department. He was sure she would make a success of it. She easily made friends with people. He was confident she could make people work. She made a lot of changes in the organisation of the department and somehow managed to make everybody interested in their work. The sales soon made a great leap forward and the firm did better than ever. This made some of Mrs. Jones’s colleagues jealous, but it certainly made Mr. Chadwick very pleased. Last year, when Mr. Chadwick retired, the board of the directors made Mrs. Jones manager of the firm because of the great work she had done. She now makes £ 70,000 a year.

Mrs. Jones is happily married to Mr. Edward Jones, a school-teacher, and has two daughters. “He is a perfect husband,” says Mrs. Jones, making herself comfortable in an armchair, “and I don’t think I could do without him. He has a great sense of humour, and often makes us all laugh. He does more of the housework than I do. He has time to do the shopping and the cooking, and my daughters often do the washing-up. Each one of us makes his bed in the morning, and we take turns to make the breakfast. Once a week we do the cleaning together: my husband does the floors, our daughters do the carpets and I do the furniture. I’m not very fond of cooking but sometimes I make a cake. The fact that everybody shares in the housework makes things very easy.” Mrs. Jones makes gesture to turn on the television set and says “I think we could all do with a cup of tea now.” From the kitchen I hear her husband say: “I’ll make it.”

1. Mrs. Jones has started her career as

A) sales manager

B) a housewife

C) someone who works in an office typing letters, etc.

D) someone who deals with commercial things

2. Why does she think she has done quite well for herself?

A) she has never been a brilliant student at school

B) she always felt that she was the laziest in the class

C) she never had special abilities

D) her background pulled her back and Mr Chadwick she has reached much my the age of 16

3. She decided to start studying because

A) she did not earn enough for her living

B) she was sick and tired of boring and tiring works in the office and felt that made no progress

C) her boss urged her

D) she was frightened of losing her job without any qualification

4. What did Mr. Chadwick think about Mrs. Jones?

A) He thought that Mrs. Jones was an unreliable person

B) He thought that Mrs. Jones was a narrow-minded and dishonest women who was not worth paying attention to.

C) He thought that Mrs. Jones was mean and often insensitive.

D) He thought that Mrs. Jones was a hard-working and an ambitious young woman

5. Mr Chadwick chose to give a responsible job to Mrs. Jones because of


  1. Mrs. Jones’s fine features

  2. Her optimistic views on sales market

  3. Her ability to communicate with people

  4. Mrs Jones’s attitude to children


6. When Mr Chadwick retired she was appointed as the manager due to

A) the great deal of work she had done

B) her good connections

C) her numerous degrees

D) her husband

7. Under Mrs. Jones’s leadership the firm


  1. was in regression

  2. wasn’t improving

  3. was developing

  4. was losing its customers

8. Today the firm

A) is in business connection with all of the continents

B) gains money from selling houses

C) is forced to leave the markets

D) deals with smuggling

9. Mrs. Jones today is

A) a singly

B) a wife without children

C) a spinster

D) a wife with two daughters

10. Her husband is

A) a famous pop-star

B) deals with education

C) a manager in an office

D) is unemployed

11. Her husband does the greater part of the housework because


  1. has more free time than his wife

  2. is a better cook

  3. earns less

  4. his work is less responsible

12. Mrs. Jones earns today

A) a little

B) much

C) not too much but enough to live on



D) some money but they also need what her husband earns

13. Why does Mrs. Jones love her husband so much?

A) because he is the breadwinner in the family

B) because he loves children

C) due to his humour and help around the housework

D) due to his irresponsible behaviour

14. How does this family cope with the housework?

A) it is shared

B) one person does everything

C) they have a maid

D) they don’t bother about it

15. Why could Mrs. Jones become both a successful businesswoman and a wife?

A) she never gave priorities and she treated both her family and her career as equals

B) neither her work nor her family were important to her

C) she always preferred her work to her family

D) she devoted her life just to her family
Part III. Translate into English

Sentences 1-10: 2 points each.
1) Franciául beszélgettek, amikor beléptem az ajtón.

2) Sohasem láttam ilyen jó filmet.

3) Miért nem eszel több zöldséget?

4) Általában kávét iszom reggelire, de ma teát tejjel.

5) A déli sarkot 1911-ben Amundsen fedezte fel.

6) A te testvéred okosabb, mint az enyém.

7) Nagyon szeretem a vígjátékokat.

8) Mit csináltál tegnap hét órakor?



9) Ez a kert sokkal szebb, mint a mi kertünk.

10) Mindig tejet iszom reggelire.


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