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Hebrew Language - New York Regents 2007 Exam


a Directions (1-9): For each question, you will hear some background information in English once. Then you will hear a passage in Hebrew twice and a question in English once. After you have heard the question, the teacher will pause while you read the question and the four suggested answers. Identify the best suggested answer. Base your answer on the content of the passage, only. [18]

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1.

Your Israeli friend tells you about an unusual street crossing in Jerusalem. She says:










What is so unusual about this intersection in Jerusalem?
(1) Traffic flows continuously and pedestrians use an overpass to get across.
(2) Pedestrians are permitted to cross only twice a day during morning and evening rush hours.
(3) Pedestrians cross in twelve directions at once with all traffic at a standstill.
(4) All vehicles must take a detour around this intersection to allow free pedestrian movement.

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2.

You take your Israeli guest Tzvi to his first professional baseball game. He says:








What question does Tzvi ask?
(1) Can a player jump into the stands to catch a ball?
(2) Can a player give the ball to a spectator as a gift?
(3) Can a spectator bring a ball to be signed by a player?
(4) Can a spectator catch a ball that was hit into the stands and keep it?

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3.

You overhear Lavie talking to his friend. He says:






What does Lavie need?
(1) a driver’s license
(2) a car
(3) a passport
(4) a computer

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4.

Shai is talking to you about his dog. He says:










What is the problem with this dog?
(1) He jumps on people.
(2) He eats too much.
(3) He sleeps all day.
(4) He chews on furniture.

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5.

You are watching Israeli television and hear this announcement:











What is a disadvantage of this oil?
(1) It costs too much.
(2) It is dirtier than regular oil.
(3) It damages the motor.
(4) It has a strong odor.

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6.

Your friend Dan is telling you about a change in his science class. He says:









What is the new homework system?
(1) Students have three days to complete homework assignments.
(2) Students must do homework on the computer.
(3) Students check each other’s homework.
(4) Students must keep all their assignments in a folder.

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7.

You are visiting an eighth grade class in Israel. A guidance counselor speaks to the class. He says:











What subject is the guidance counselor discussing?
(1) physical education
(2) mathematics
(3) foreign languages
(4) economics

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8.

You are on a tour in Tel Aviv. You hear the tour guide say:










Why do people come to the Bialik Museum?
(1) to see paintings
(2) to read poems
(3) to learn how to draw
(4) to listen to music

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9.

You are watching television and hear this news report:









What did Prime Minister Olmert of Israel discuss with President Putin of Russia?
(1) the establishment of a cultural exchange program
(2) the building of an international sports stadium
(3) improvement of airline safety procedures
(4) the sale of military supplies to other countries

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