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Ejercicio practico ingles oposiciones 2019 examen aplazado

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Ejercicio practico ingles oposiciones 2019 examen aplazado

Ejercicio practico ingles oposiciones 2019 examen aplazado

Oposiciones 2019 Madrid

 

Buenas maestras y maestros de primaria con inglés,

Aunque seguro que ya habéis accedido al examen aplazado del ejercicio práctico de inglés que tuvo lugar un poco más tarde del día 22 de junio del 2019, os dejamos aquí lo que salió en ésta segunda convocatoria de las oposiciones de éste verano. Algunos alumnos piensan que éste examen fue más “fácil” que el primer ejercicio práctico de las opos 2019. ¿Vosotros qué pensáis?

Sea como fuere, os recomendamos que trabajéis con los dos y, si queréis cursos con modelos ejercicio práctico muy, pero que muy difíciles, y muy parecidos a los que salen en las oposiciones, os podéis apuntar a nuestros cursos de preparación del práctico de inglés de primaria (ya estamos preparando el práctico inglés para secundaria también y, creednos que no hay mucha diferencia de dificultad entre uno y otro).

Examen 2ª convocatoria oposiciones 2019 ejercicio práctico

Aquí abajo os dejamos el modelo de examen pero en éste enlace podéis acceder directamente a su versión en PDF.

PART A – 4 POINTS 1.1. LISTEN TO THIS EXTRACT FROM “FRANKENSTEIN, OR THE MODERN PROMETHEUS” BY MARY SHELLEY AND ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS. (0,5 EACH)

  1. a) How does the narrator perceive that life has arisen in his creation?
  2. b) Which words does the narrator use in order to describe the creature? Why?
  3. c) How does he feel about the being he had created?
  4. d) How does he describe Elisabeth and what do you think it represents?
  5. e) Tell the author named in the text and explain why the narrator makes a reference to him.
  6. f) Describe how the narrator spent the night and how the state of his body was meanwhile.

 

1.2.FILL IN THE GAPS. (0,2 EACH)

It was on a dreary night of November that I beheld the accomplishment of my toils. With an anxiety that almost amounted to agony, I collected the instruments of life around me, that I might infuse a ______________ of being into the lifeless thing that lay at my feet.

For this I had _______________myself of rest and health.

I rushed ________________ the room and continued a long time traversing my bedchamber, unable to compose my mind to sleep.

I thought I saw Elizabeth, in the ___________ of health, walking in the streets of Ingolstadt.

I beheld the wretch—the miserable monster _____________ I had created. He held up the curtain of the bed; and his eyes, if eyes they may be called, were fixed on me.

 

Part B (3 POINTS)

 

1 READ THE TEXT BELOW AND FILL EACH OF THE BLANKS WITH ONE OF THE WORDS FROM THE BOX. THERE ARE FOUR EXTRA WORDS YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO USE. WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE CHART BELOW THE TEXT.

CARED / PROFILE / DEATH / UNDER / FOOLISH / UNFORTUNATE / WARNED ELDEST / ENTERPRISING / IN CONSEQUENCE / MATTER / REGRET / HONOUR CARRYING OFF / FACT / GOOD LOOKING / FRIGHTENED / WELL KNOWN / PURCHASE / WONDERFUL / VALUATION / OUT /SUCH A / MIDDLE / AGED / DOWN / LAWS / BOUND / SPIRITS

 

When Mr. Hiram B. Otis, the American Minister, bought Canterville Chase, every one told him he was doing a very (1)___________ thing, as there was no doubt at all that the place was haunted. Indeed, Lord Canterville himself, who was a man of the most punctilious (2)__________, had felt it his duty to mention the fact to Mr. Otis when they came to discuss terms.

‘We have not (3)__________to live in the place ourselves,’ said Lord Canterville, ‘since my grandaunt, the Dowager Duchess of Bolton, was (4)____________into a fit, from which she never really recovered, by two skeleton hands being placed on her shoulders as she was dressing for dinner, and I feel (5)______________to tell you, Mr. Otis, that the ghost has been seen by several living members of my family, as well as by the rector of the parish, the Rev. Augustus Dampier, who is a Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. After the (6)________________ accident to the Duchess, none of our younger servants would stay with us, and Lady Canterville often got very little sleep at night, (7)_________________ the mysterious noises that came from the corridor and the library.’

‘My Lord,’ answered the Minister, ‘I will take the furniture and the ghost at a (8)__________________. I come from a modern country, where we have everything that money can buy; and with all our spry young fellows painting the Old World red, and (9)________________your best actresses and prima- donnas, I reckon that if there were (10)_________________thing as a ghost in Europe, we’d have it at home in a very short time in one of our public museums, or on the road as a show.’

‘I fear that the ghost exists,’ said Lord Canterville, smiling, ‘though it may have resisted the overtures of your (11)___________________impresarios. It has been (12)_____________for three centuries, since 1584 in fact, and always makes its appearance before the (13)_______________of any member of our family.’

‘Well, so does the family doctor for that (14)______________, Lord Canterville. But there is no such thing, sir, as a ghost, and I guess the (15)______________ of Nature are not going to be suspended for the British aristocracy.’

‘You are certainly very natural in America,’ answered Lord Canterville, who did not quite understand Mr. Otis’s last observation, ‘and if you don’t mind a ghost in the house, it is all right. Only you must remember I (16)___________you.’

A few weeks after this, the (17)______________was completed, and at the close of the season the Minister and his family went (18)_________to Canterville Chase. Mrs. Otis, who, as Miss Lucretia R. Tappan, of West 53rd Street, had been a celebrated New York belle, was now a very handsome, (19)________________ woman, with fine eyes, and a superb profile. Many American ladies on leaving their native land adopt an appearance of chronic ill-health, (20)___________ the impression that it is a form of European refinement, but Mrs. Otis had never fallen into this error. She had a magnificent constitution, and a really (21)________________ amount of animal spirits. Indeed, in many respects, she was quite English, and was an excellent example of the fact that we have really everything in common with America nowadays, except, of course, language. Her (22)___________son, christened Washington by his parents in a moment of patriotism, which he never ceased (23)__________, was a fair-haired, rather (24)_______________young man, who had qualified himself for American diplomacy by leading the German at the Newport Casino for three successive seasons, and even in London was well known as an excellent dancer.

(The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde)

1_______           2  ______      3 ______                4 _______

5______             6_______      7_______                 8_______

9_______           10______      11_______               12______

13______           14_______   15_______               16_______

17______           18_______     19______                 20______

21______           22_______   23_______            24_______

 

2 REPHRASE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES USING THE GIVEN WORD. ( 0.2 EACH)

  1. She can’t stand the way the press keep asking her about her private live

(STOP) She wishes…………………………………………………………………

  1. He had no real intention of marrying her

(REALLY) He didn’t …………………………………………………………..

  1. There’s no water left, I’m afraid

(RUN) I’m afraid………………………………………………………………………..

 

ANSWER IN YOUR OWN WORDS WITH COMPLETE SENTENCES ACCORDING TO THE TEXT. ( 0.3 EACH)

  1. Which statement about the stain is true?

-The housekeeper has spilt coffee there.

-It’s the blood of Sir Simon.

-Washington Otis removes the stain.

2. Why was Sir Simon chained?

3. How does Oscar Wilde picture the Americans in his novel?

4. Give a character sketch of Mr. Otis and Mrs. Otis.

 

PART C (2 POINTS)

3.1 WRITE THE PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTION OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS (0.25 EACH)

  1. a) Grandaunt
  2. b) Canterville
  3. c) Remember
  4. d) Impression

3.2 FOR EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW, WRITE A NEW SENTENCE AS SIMILAR AS POSSIBLE IN MEANING TO THE ORIGINAL ONE, BUT USING THE WORDS GIVEN IN CAPITAL LETTERS (0.5 EACH)

  1. a) as there was no doubt at all that the place was haunted.

NO ONE HESITATED

  1. b) I come from a modern country, where we have everything that money can buy.

IF YOU HAD MONEY

 

PART D (1 POINTS)

4. DESIGN A LESSON PLAN FOR TODAY IN THE 6TH YEAR OF PRIMARY EDUCATION IN ORDER TO UPGRADE READING HABIT AND POETIC SENSITIZATION.

 

 

Prepárate con modelos del ejercicio práctico de inglés muy parecidos y con el mismo nivel de dificultad que los de las oposiciones. Consulta nuestros grupos 910 32 82 62.

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