Free Assessment – Grade 7 to 12 You are about to take level test provided by Zoom School. Part 1. Grammar test. (Q1-Q20) Part 2. Reading test. (Q21-27) You will get an assessment email once you have completed the level test. Name Email 1. Where __________________ for your next vacation? did you go do you go will you going are you going2. We must __________________ office supplies very soon. to buy some to buy buy a some buy some3. Annie found the souvenirs that __________ she wanted __________ the gift shop. ----, at ----, to which, at which, from4. Paul bought an expensive new sports car, but he drives it ________________. extreme slowly extremely slow extremely slowly extreme slow5. Yesterday, Susan asked me ________________. where do I live where do I live where I live where I do live6. You chose your favorite book, but I _______________ mine yet. hadn’t choose haven’t chosen haven’t choose didn’t chosen7. I like working in the library because it is ___________________ there. much quieter as quiet more quieter much more quieter8. The professor will help you with your assignment this afternoon________________. if he would have time if he will have time if he had time if he has time9. _______ they want ______________ information about this class? Does, an Do, some Do, an Do, a10. The teacher recommended ______________ the material before the test. review reviewing to review me to review11. Tom was quite tired; ______________ he left the meeting early. ever since because as a result thereby12. Caroline failed the first test, so she worked______________ in order to pass the next one. hard hardly too hard more hard13. Heather spent a lot of time ______________ her bedroom, but she decided that she didn’t like the colour at all. to paint painting to painting to have paint14. Mary enjoyed the meal______________. what I made it that I made what that I made I made it15. I was disappointed because our team didn’t play ______________ I had expected. as good as good as as well as well as16. ______________ he had an assignment to finish for tomorrow’s class, Stephen decided to play baseball with his friends instead. Even Even so Even though However17. William Shakespeare ________________ 400 years ago. was died has died has been died died18. Dolphins and whales have lungs, so they _____________ air. must breathe must have breathed have breath must to breathe19. What ______________ is not my concern. did he tell me he told me he said me that he said me20. If I had enough eggs, I _________________ you breakfast. will make will made made would makeREADING Read the paragraphs that follow and answer the questions. For many years now, Patty, aged 27, liked to shop. Stylish and savvy, a vice president at a large public relations firm, she enjoyed expensive food, jewelry and clothes. However, for years she battled periods of sadness and endured sudden anxiety attacks. Her problems worsened when her long-time boyfriend suddenly left her for another woman. She felt lonely and isolated. Needing to feel satisfied and fulfilled in some way, Patty started to spend money like there was no tomorrow. Every day, in an effort to fight her depression, she began to hang out in shopping malls during her lunch hour and after work. At first, she bought only small items like cosmetics or inexpensive jewelry. Soon, she was charging huge sums of money on her credit cards, buying designer clothing, shoes and handbags. Feeling totally out of control, she had a compulsive need to buy whenever she could. She spent hundreds of dollars on unnecessary items purchased on the cable television shopping channel and from mail-order catalogs. She was so addicted, that she couldn’t resist buying from the local street vendors. Within six months, her financial base had deteriorated. Her friends and family refused to support her financially. Nothing could stop her spending habits ─ not fear, nor guilt. Finally, she went to a psychiatrist who diagnosed her symptoms as “shop-a-hol-ism”. His tactic for treating Patty was one year of intensive group therapy. Now, after a year of therapy, Patty has found herself out of debt and in control: A recovered shop-a-holic.21. Patty was feeling very sad for a long time. What made things worse for her? She started to spend too much money Her boyfriend left her She bought cosmetics and expensive handbags Her family and friends wouldn’t help her22. From the context of the sentence, what does depression mean? to have no money to feel happy to feel sad to have no support from family or friends23. How did Patty’s shopping habits change over time? At first, she bought cosmetics and later she bought credit cards She bought jewelry and then started to buy designer items In the beginning she bought small inexpensive things, and later she bought more expensive items At first she shopped every day in shopping malls and later, she shopped less often but bought more24. From the context of the sentence, what does compulsive mean? personal satisfaction inability to control certain behavior inability to control the spending of money to have motivation25. Which of the following statements is false? Because Patty was depressed, she turned to shopping to maker her feel better. She eventually got addicted to shopping Due to Patty’s extreme shopping behavior, she lost almost all of her money and couldn’t get help from anyone It took only six months for Patty to lose most of her money Trouble with her boyfriend caused Patty to have severe anxiety attacks26. What is the reason that Patty engaged in addictive shopping behaviour? It made her feel less lonely and separate from other people. Her new boyfriend left her for another woman She needed to fulfill her isolation. Patty enjoyed expensive food, jewelry, and clothes.27. Which of the following best describes the author’s main idea? Patty was a ‘shopaholic’ who learned that family is more important than a boyfriend. A difficult or traumatic event can cause harmful behaviour to worsen in an individual who is suffering from depression or anxiety. Shopping can become an addiction for people who suffer from depression after their romantic relationship ends abruptly. Group therapy is an effective treatment for ‘shopaholism’.Time is Up!