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sábado, 11 de agosto de 2012

PRUEBAS SABER 2012




Prueba de Inglés..................................................................................................................................4
Prueba de Matemáticas.....................................................................................................................15
Prueba de Lenguaje................................................................................................................................24
Prueba de Ciencias Sociales............................................................................................................31
Prueba de Biología.............................................................................................................................37
Prueba de Química.............................................................................................................................45
Prueba de Física................................................................................................................................53
Prueba de Filosofía............................................................................................................................60
Respuestas.........................................................................................................................................64



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PARTE 1
RESPONDA LAS PREGUNTAS 1 A 5 DE ACUERDO CON EL EJEMPLO



¿Dónde puede ver estos avisos?
En las preguntas

1 – 5, marque A, B o C en su hoja de respuestas.


Ejemplo:
0.
Respuesta: 0

A B C


A.

on milk


B.

on bread


C.

on ice cream


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A.

in a school


B.

in a playground


C.

in a bathroom


A.

on a boat


B.

in a house


C.

in the street


A.

on a train


B.

in a park


C.

in a shop


A.

in a hall


B.
PARTE 2
RESPONDA LAS PREGUNTAS 6 A 10 DE ACUERDO CON EL EJEMPLO

Lea las descripciones de la columna de la izquierda
(6 – 10) y las palabras de la columna de la
derecha
(A – H).
¿Cuál palabra
(A – H) concuerda con la descripción de cada frase de la izquierda (6 – 10)?
En las preguntas
6 – 10, marque la letra correcta A – H en su hoja de respuestas.
Ejemplo:
0.
Many people go to this building to watch games.
Respuesta: 0
A B C D E F G H
6.
All members of the same team wear this. A. ball
B.
bike
C.
competition
D.
field
E.
player
F.
prize
G.
stadium
H.
uniform
7.
You need this if you want to play tennis.
8.
At the end of this there is usually one winner.
9.
This is a place outdoors where you can play sports.
10.
If you travel on it, you will do exercise and save time.
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En las preguntas
16 - 23, marque la letra correcta A, B, o C en su hoja de respuestas.
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in a flat
C. on a beach


RESPONDA LAS PREGUNTAS 24 A 30 DE ACUERDO CON EL SIGUIENTE TEXTO


Lea el artículo y luego responda las preguntas.
En las preguntas
24 – 30, marque A, B o C en su hoja de respuestas.
In 1957, an engineering company started studying the possibility to join Britain and
France through a tunnel under the sea. It would have two trains for passengers as
well as a small service train. In 1973 the ideas went into action and the hard work
began. A short time later, they were stopped because there wasn’t enough money
to complete the project.
In 1984, several companies showed their ideas to re-start the project: two variations
of railway, a road and a big bridge over the English Channel. The chosen project
was the railway solution that was very similar to the one presented back in 1973.
This time with help from both the British and French, a private company began the
construction.
On January 20th 1986, the company TransMancheLink (TML) said that a long tunnel
would be constructed. They chose a route from Folkestone in England to Calais in
France. This wasn’t the shortest possible way and the company needed to work
harder than 13 years before.
It took seven years to complete the Eurotunnel and about 13,000 people worked on it.
The two ends of the smallest platform met on December 1st 1990 and lots of journalists
and photographers went to the opening ceremony. Later, in 1991 the two long trains
met. The hard work continued and three years later the project was completed.

Ejemplo:
0.
The Eurotunnel was built to A. travel between two countries.
B.
solve economic problems.
C.
receive help from countries.
24.
They first started to build the Eurotunnel in A. 1957.
B.
1973.
C.
1984.
25.
Some time after starting the construction,
the company building Eurotunnel

A.
finished the tunnels.
B.
had problems with time.
C.
couldn’t continue.
26.
What did companies want to do in 1984? A. build more tunnels
B.
continue building the project
C.
change the project
27.
The way in which the company built the
tunnel was

A.
a long one.
B.
completed in 13 years.
C.
impossible to build.
28.
Compared to what the first company did,
TLM’s work was

A.
easier.
B.
shorter.
C.
more difficult.
29.
There was a ceremony when the A. smallest platform was completed.
B.
travelers’ train met.
C.
project was completed.
30.
When was the Eurotunnel project finished? A. in 1990
B.
in 1994
C.
in 1991
Respuesta: 0
PARTE 6
RESPONDA LAS PREGUNTAS 31 A 35 DE ACUERDO CON EL SIGUIENTE TEXTO

Lea el texto y las preguntas de la siguiente parte.
En las preguntas
31 – 35, marque A, B, C o D en su hoja de respuestas.
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31.
What is the writer trying to do in this article?
A.
encourage tourists to visit Japan
B.
invite colleagues to learn Japanese
C.
describe her job in Japan
D.
share her curious experiences in Japan
32.
What can the reader find in this article?
A.
facts about Japanese culture
B.
ways to take a taxi in Tokyo
C.
an amusing story about a foreigner
D.
how to order food in restaurants
33.
One of the ideas presented in the text is that
A.
it is difficult to share a house with colleagues.
B.
she quickly felt comfortable with the culture.
C.
Japanese taxi drivers can speak English.
D.
she got to work on foot because she likes running.
34.
The writer’s family and close friends thought that she
A.
would be treated badly by colleagues.
B.
would enjoy the Japanese culture and way of life.
C.
would not be able to make friends.
D.
would miss them and would return before time.
35.
The most suitable note for the writer’s employers would be:
It was a pleasure to work
for your company.
Next time, I suggest
providing a map for
foreign employees.

C.
A.
I am very grateful for the
amazing experience
you gave me.
I will tell people all about
Japanese culture!

B.

Thank you very much!
I would appreciate living
in a more comfortable
house next time.

D.

I am really happy because
it is time to leave Japan.
I hope you are satisfied
with my work.

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A B C

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