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Open Cloze

open cloze

En este ejercicio de open cloze, en el examen de Cambridge First, se te pedirá que encuentres la palabra que mejor se adapte a cada hueco.

No se te pedirá que encuentres palabras aleatorias, por lo que la realización exitosa de este ejercicio no se basa en tener un vocabulario extenso, puesto que las palabras están relacionadas con la gramática.

Esto significa que las palabras formarán parte de las categorías principales del inglés, como; conjunciones, verbos, adjetivos, adverbios, nombres, preposiciones y/o voz pasiva y formas de voz activas.

Por lo tanto, al hacer el open cloze necesitas pensar gramaticalmente qué palabra encaja correctamente.

Open Cloze — examen de prueba

Lee el texto de abajo solo para obtener su esencia. Después de leer el texto, en las preguntas 9 – 16 inserta la palabra correcta que va en cada uno de los huecos. El primer ejemplo (0) ya está hecho.

A new era of computers?

The current system of computing is (0) ­­­­­_______on binary code, that is, a system of zeros and ones. The binary system of computing is how computers have always worked. Every function (9) _______ you do on your computer is a function based on zeros and ones at the core of every computer.

(10) ______ you’re typing the letter “k” on your keyboard or clicking on something in your browser, all these functions are based on a combination of 0’s and 1’s. That’s all there is to it.

(11) ________, a new era of computing is looming on the horizon. Many of the big tech companies (12) _______ as Google, IBM and Microsoft are investing huge amounts of money in what’s called “quantum computing”. This new approach to computing will not be based on the standard binary system, but (13) ______ on quantum mechanics whereby computers will be based on 0’s, 1’s or both 0 and 1.  

This (14) _______ radically change the way we do computing in ways that are not yet comprehensible. Basically, quantum computing will allow computers (15) ______ process information 100 million times faster than your average laptop! That’s crazy!

For the meantime, quantum computers have not yet been built, and the operations that you (16) _______ on a daily basis on your normal computer will not change any time soon. But the future certainly looks interesting.

Open Cloze — ¡Prueba tus conocimientos!

¡Ojo!

En la sección de open cloze en el examen, no recibirás un tipo test como la que estás a punto de hacer. En el examen, tendrás cero opciones dadas y tendrás que resolver la respuesta.

The current system of computing is (0) ______ on binary code, that is, a system of zeros and ones.
  • Based
  • Founded
  • Sought
  • Done
The binary system of computing is how computers have always worked. Every function (9) _____ you do on your computer is a function based on zeros and ones at the core of every computer.
  • Which
  • Who
  • That
  • What
(10) ________ you’re typing the letter “k” on your keyboard or clicking on something in your browser, all these functions are based on a combination of 0’s and 1’s.
  • If
  • Whether
  • Although
  • However
(11) _____________ a new era of computing is looming on the horizon.
  • However
  • But
  • Possibly
  • When
Many of the big tech companies (12) _________ as Google, IBM and Microsoft…
  • Like
  • Such
  • For
  • Similar

Cambridge First — Método Divertido

This new approach to computing will not be based on the standard binary system, but (13) ________ on quantum mechanics whereby computers will be based on 0’s, 1’s or both 0 and 1.
  • More so
  • With
  • Rather
  • Like
This (14) _______ radically change the way we do computing in ways that are not yet comprehensible.
  • May
  • Could
  • Be
  • Will
Basically, quantum computing will allow computers (15) ______ process information 100 million times faster than your average laptop! That’s crazy!
  • In order to
  • To
  • For
  • Make
For the meantime, quantum computers have not yet been built, and the operations that you (16) ______ on a daily basis on your normal computer will not change any time soon.
  • Make
  • Do
  • Organise
  • Carry with

Open Cloze — una introducción

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