Introducing my homeland test level a1.2

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Introducing my homeland Test - Level A1.2 • Pregunta 1 3 de 3 puntos According to the conversation, the current season in New York City is: Respuesta Respuesta seleccionada: C. Winter Respuesta correcta: C. Winter Comentarios para respuesta: Great job! You got the right season! • Pregunta 2 3 de 3 puntos Where does Daryl want to buy Colombian pesos? Respuesta Respuesta seleccionada: A. At the airport Respuesta correcta: A. At the airport Comentarios para respuesta: Well done! People usually buy foreign currency at the airport. • Pregunta 3 0 de 3 puntos How many dollars is Daryl planning to exchange? Respuesta Respuesta seleccionada: A. Around U$ 800 Respuesta correcta: C. Around U$ 400 Comentarios para respuesta: Try harder to get the right amount of dollars Daryl is planning to exchange. • Pregunta 4 3 de 3 puntos 4. According to Daryl, Colombian people are: Respuesta Respuesta seleccionada: B. warm, happy, friendly and funny Respuesta correcta: B. warm, happy, friendly and funny Comentarios para respuesta: You got the right answer. Daryl's description of Colombian people is very nice, isn't it? • Pregunta 5 3 de 3 puntos According to Daryl, Colombia is... Respuesta Respuesta seleccionada: D. A paradise Respuesta correcta: D. A paradise Comentarios para respuesta: You got it right! Daryl thinks Colombia is a nice place to visit. • Pregunta 6 3 de 3 puntos What is Daryl’s gift for Linda? Respuesta Respuesta seleccionada: B. A Yankees T-shirt Respuesta correcta: B. A Yankees T-shirt Comentarios para respuesta: Excellent! Linda will like Daryl's gift for sure! • Pregunta 7 3 de 3 puntos According to the conversation, Bogota is: Respuesta Respuesta seleccionada: B. Warmer than New York Respuesta correcta: B. Warmer than New York Comentarios para respuesta: You got the right answer! Daryl describes Bogota as warmer than his hometown, New York. • Pregunta 8 3 de 3 puntos According to Daryl’s mom, he shouldn’t... Respuesta Respuesta seleccionada: B. talk to strangers Respuesta correcta: B. talk to strangers Comentarios para respuesta: Good job! Daryl's mom piece of advice is very wise. • Pregunta 9 3 de 3 puntos According to the conversation, Daryl doesn’t like winter because ... Respuesta Respuesta seleccionada: A. People are usually less friendly, almost angry. Respuesta correcta: A. People are usually less friendly, almost angry. Comentarios para respuesta: Great job! Your listening skills are getting better. • Pregunta 10 3 de 3 puntos Who takes Daryl to the airport? Respuesta Respuesta seleccionada: C. His mom Respuesta correcta: C. His mom Comentarios para respuesta: Excellent! You got the right answer!

Transcript of Introducing my homeland test level a1.2

Pregunta 13 de 3 puntos

According to the conversation, the current season in New York City is:Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:C.Winter

Respuesta correcta:C.Winter

Comentarios para respuesta:Great job! You got the right season!

Pregunta 23 de 3 puntos

Where does Daryl wantto buy Colombian pesos?Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:A.At the airport

Respuesta correcta:A.At the airport

Comentarios para respuesta:Well done! People usually buy foreign currency at the airport.

Pregunta 30 de 3 puntos

How many dollars is Daryl planning to exchange?Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:A.Around U$ 800

Respuesta correcta:C.Around U$ 400

Comentarios para respuesta:Try harder to get the right amount of dollars Daryl is planning to exchange.

Pregunta 43 de 3 puntos

4.According to Daryl, Colombian people are:Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:B.warm, happy, friendly and funny

Respuesta correcta:B.warm, happy, friendly and funny

Comentarios para respuesta:You got the right answer. Daryl's description of Colombian people is very nice, isn't it?

Pregunta 53 de 3 puntos

According to Daryl, Colombia is...Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:D.A paradise

Respuesta correcta:D.A paradise

Comentarios para respuesta:You got it right! Daryl thinks Colombia is a nice place to visit.

Pregunta 63 de 3 puntos

What is Daryls gift for Linda?Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:B.A Yankees T-shirt

Respuesta correcta:B.A Yankees T-shirt

Comentarios para respuesta:Excellent! Linda will like Daryl's gift for sure!

Pregunta 73 de 3 puntos

According to the conversation, Bogota is:Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:B.Warmer than New York

Respuesta correcta:B.Warmer than New York

Comentarios para respuesta:You got the right answer! Daryl describes Bogota as warmer than his hometown, New York.

Pregunta 83 de 3 puntos

According to Daryls mom, he shouldnt...Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:B.talk to strangers

Respuesta correcta:B.talk to strangers

Comentarios para respuesta:Good job! Daryl's mom piece of advice is very wise.

Pregunta 93 de 3 puntos

According to the conversation, Daryl doesnt like winter because...Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:A.People are usually less friendly, almost angry.

Respuesta correcta:A.People are usually less friendly, almost angry.

Comentarios para respuesta:Great job! Your listening skills are getting better.

Pregunta 103 de 3 puntos

Who takes Daryl to the airport?Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:C.His mom

Respuesta correcta:C.His mom

Comentarios para respuesta:Excellent! You got the right answer!

Pregunta 113 de 3 puntos

Read the e-mail Daryl wrote to his mom Kathy. After that, answer the questions below.Hi mom,I'm finally in Colombias capital city: Bogota, andI am so excited to be here, mom. Most people here are definitely kind and warm- hearted, and theres a lot of energy everywhere. Here, people listen to music almost all the time so Im thinking they might be happier than people in New York. You should know Bogota is a very special city and that it has a very strange weather that changes a lot during the day. Sometimes it might be really hot and the next minute it can startraining. Its crazy because it can be sunny and rainy at the same time. So, usually in the evening, you have to wear a sweater or warmer clothes because its really cold, or sometimes it might be rainy too so you have to carry an umbrella with you all the time.Well, I have to tell you that Bogota has a lot of places to visit. There are many interesting museums and awesome shopping malls. My friend Linda told me I should stay at this hostel downtown, so here I am at La Candelaria neighborhood. Its really nice because believe it or not, there are people from all over the world. Whenever I go out to the streets, I can see people from Germany, England, Argentina, France, Chile and Brazil. That has been a big surprise for me, I think its amazing. I can say its very similar to New York in that way, the difference is probably a big amount of foreigners in New York are there usually doing businesses, while in Colombia most foreigners are travelling as tourists.This city is also a lot cheaper than New York. A night at the hostel is just $30.000 Colombian pesos, which is around U$15. Can you believe it? Its fantastic because you can do a lot more things spending less money. In New York, everything is so expensive, I guess thats the price of living at the big apple. Here, I can tell you food is delicious because there are lots and lots of tasty fruits to choose from. There is also a great variety of vegetables, you cant even imagine. So, a delicious healthy salad of lettuce, beans, mushrooms, cheese, and corn with some, lets say, mango or strawberry juice for lunch is just $15.000, which is aroundU$8. And the best thing is that everything here is %100 natural, a lot cheaper than New York and healthier too.Mom, there are many things I have to tell you about my experience in this awesome country. I cant do it right now because we are going out to visit some museums with some friends. Please let me know about you and dad. I miss you all.Big hug,Daryl1.Where is Daryl now?Respuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:A.He is in Bogota

Respuesta correcta:A.He is in Bogota

Pregunta 123 de 3 puntos

Read the e-mail Daryl wrote to his mom Kathy. After that, answer the questions below.Hi mom,I'm finally in Colombias capital city: Bogota, andI am so excited to be here, mom. Most people here are definitely kind and warm- hearted, and theres a lot of energy everywhere. Here, people listen to music almost all the time so Im thinking they might be happier than people in New York. You should know Bogota is a very special city and that it has a very strange weather that changes a lot during the day. Sometimes it might be really hot and the next minute it can startraining. Its crazy because it can be sunny and rainy at the same time. So, usually in the evening, you have to wear a sweater or warmer clothes because its really cold, or sometimes it might be rainy too so you have to carry an umbrella with you all the time.Well, I have to tell you that Bogota has a lot of places to visit. There are many interesting museums and awesome shopping malls. My friend Linda told me I should stay at this hostel downtown, so here I am at La Candelaria neighborhood. Its really nice because believe it or not, there are people from all over the world. Whenever I go out to the streets, I can see people from Germany, England, Argentina, France, Chile and Brazil. That has been a big surprise for me, I think its amazing. I can say its very similar to New York in that way, the difference is probably a big amount of foreigners in New York are there usually doing businesses, while in Colombia most foreigners are travelling as tourists.This city is also a lot cheaper than New York. A night at the hostel is just $30.000 Colombian pesos, which is around U$15. Can you believe it? Its fantastic because you can do a lot more things spending less money. In New York, everything is so expensive, I guess thats the price of living at the big apple. Here, I can tell you food is delicious because there are lots and lots of tasty fruits to choose from. There is also a great variety of vegetables, you cant even imagine. So, a delicious healthy salad of lettuce, beans, mushrooms, cheese, and corn with some, lets say, mango or strawberry juice for lunch is just $15.000, which is aroundU$8. And the best thing is that everything here is %100 natural, a lot cheaper than New York and healthier too.Mom, there are many things I have to tell you about my experience in this awesome country. I cant do it right now because we are going out to visit some museums with some friends. Please let me know about you and dad. I miss you all.Big hug,Daryl2. According to Daryl, Colombian peopleRespuesta

Respuesta seleccionada:B.might be happier than American people.

Respuesta correcta:B.might be happier than American people.

Pregunta 133 de 3 puntos

Read the e-mail Daryl wrote to his mom Kathy. After that, answer the questions below.Hi mom,I'm finally in Colombias capital city: Bogota, andI am so excited to be here, mom. Most people here are definitely kind and warm- hearted, and theres a lot of energy everywhere. Here, people listen to music almost all the time so Im thinking they might be happier than people in New York. You should know Bogota is a very special city and that it has a very strange weather that changes a lot during the day. Sometimes it might be really hot and the next minute it can startraining. Its crazy because it can be sunny and rainy at the same time. So, usually in the evening, you have to wear a sweater or warmer clothes because its really cold, or sometimes it might be rainy too so you have to carry an umbrella with you all the time.Well, I have to tell you that Bogota has a lot of places to visit. There are many interesting museums and awesome shopping malls. My friend Linda told me I should stay at this hostel downtown, so here I am at La Candelaria neighborhood. Its really nice because believe it or not, there are people from all over the world. Whenever I go out to the streets, I can see people from Germany, England, Argentina, France, Chile and Brazil. That has been a big surprise for me, I think its amazing. I can say its very similar to New York in that way, the difference is probably a big amount of foreigners in New York are there usually doing businesses, while in Colombia most foreigners are travelling as tourists.This city is also a lot cheaper than New Yo