1. Colombia -Parte 7

Pruebas a estudiantes realizadas por Ineval en la provincia de Azuay del 17 al 25 de junio de 2013

1. Parte 7
Preguntas 1 a 10
Lea el texto de la siguiente parte.
Escoja la palabra adecuada (A, B, C o D) para cada espacio.
En las preguntas 1 a 10, marque A, B, C o D en su hoja de respuestas.

Helicopters

Helicopters are a unique piece of aircraft as they can (1) _____ off and land vertically, fly forward backward and laterally. No other aircraft is (2) ________ to do that. The (3) ____ of helicopters can be traced to China around 400 BC (4) _____ Chinese children used to play with bamboo (5) ____ that could fly. Much later, in 1480 Leonardo da Vinci designed a machine that is better described as an “aerial screw”. In 1885, Thomas Edison attempted to power an internal combustion (6) _____ resulting in a big explosion damaging the helicopter and seriously injuring one of his coworkers. In 1906, two French brothers began experimenting with airfoils, the first wings, for helicopters. Many engineers around the world continued experimenting practical ways to (7) _____ the mechanics of helicopters. Thanks to that Juan de la Cierva (8) ______the world the first practical rotorcraft – the Autogiro. France and Germany saw the development of helicopters with effective mechanisms for lift, propulsion, (9) ______ and control using knowledge gained from Autogiro development. However, it wasn’t until World War II that the first real operational requirements for helicopters were created and the funding to bring them to reality (10) ______.

 
2. Helicopters

Helicopters are a unique piece of aircraft as they can (1) _____ off and land vertically, fly forward backward and laterally. No other aircraft is      (2) ________ to do that. The (3) ____ of helicopters can be traced to China around 400 BC (4) _____ Chinese children used to play with bamboo (5) ____ that could fly. Much later, in 1480 Leonardo da Vinci designed a machine that is better described as an “aerial screw”. In 1885, Thomas Edison attempted to power an internal combustion (6) _____ resulting in a big explosion damaging the helicopter and seriously injuring one of his coworkers. In 1906, two French brothers began experimenting with airfoils, the first wings, for helicopters. Many engineers around the world continued experimenting practical ways to (7) _____ the mechanics of helicopters. Thanks to that Juan de la Cierva (8) ______the world the first practical rotorcraft – the Autogiro. France and Germany saw the development of helicopters with effective mechanisms for lift, propulsion, (9) ______ and control using knowledge gained from Autogiro development. However, it wasn’t until World War II that the first real operational requirements for helicopters were created and the funding to bring them to reality (10) ______.
3. Helicopters

Helicopters are a unique piece of aircraft as they can (1) _____ off and land vertically, fly forward backward and laterally. No other aircraft is     (2) ________ to do that. The (3) ____ of helicopters can be traced to China around 400 BC (4) _____ Chinese children used to play with bamboo (5) ____ that could fly. Much later, in 1480 Leonardo da Vinci designed a machine that is better described as an “aerial screw”. In 1885, Thomas Edison attempted to power an internal combustion (6) _____ resulting in a big explosion damaging the helicopter and seriously injuring one of his coworkers. In 1906, two French brothers began experimenting with airfoils, the first wings, for helicopters. Many engineers around the world continued experimenting practical ways to (7) _____ the mechanics of helicopters. Thanks to that Juan de la Cierva (8) ______the world the first practical rotorcraft – the Autogiro. France and Germany saw the development of helicopters with effective mechanisms for lift, propulsion, (9) ______ and control using knowledge gained from Autogiro development. However, it wasn’t until World War II that the first real operational requirements for helicopters were created and the funding to bring them to reality (10) ______.
4. Helicopters

Helicopters are a unique piece of aircraft as they can (1) _____ off and land vertically, fly forward backward and laterally. No other aircraft is (2) ________ to do that. The (3) ____ of helicopters can be traced to China around 400 BC (4) _____ Chinese children used to play with bamboo (5) ____ that could fly. Much later, in 1480 Leonardo da Vinci designed a machine that is better described as an “aerial screw”. In 1885, Thomas Edison attempted to power an internal combustion (6) _____ resulting in a big explosion damaging the helicopter and seriously injuring one of his coworkers. In 1906, two French brothers began experimenting with airfoils, the first wings, for helicopters. Many engineers around the world continued experimenting practical ways to (7) _____ the mechanics of helicopters. Thanks to that Juan de la Cierva (8) ______the world the first practical rotorcraft – the Autogiro. France and Germany saw the development of helicopters with effective mechanisms for lift, propulsion, (9) ______ and control using knowledge gained from Autogiro development. However, it wasn’t until World War II that the first real operational requirements for helicopters were created and the funding to bring them to reality (10) ______.
5. Helicopters

Helicopters are a unique piece of aircraft as they can (1) _____ off and land vertically, fly forward backward and laterally. No other aircraft is (2) ________ to do that. The (3) ____ of helicopters can be traced to China around 400 BC (4) _____ Chinese children used to play with bamboo (5) ____ that could fly. Much later, in 1480 Leonardo da Vinci designed a machine that is better described as an “aerial screw”. In 1885, Thomas Edison attempted to power an internal combustion (6) _____ resulting in a big explosion damaging the helicopter and seriously injuring one of his coworkers. In 1906, two French brothers began experimenting with airfoils, the first wings, for helicopters. Many engineers around the world continued experimenting practical ways to (7) _____ the mechanics of helicopters. Thanks to that Juan de la Cierva (8) ______the world the first practical rotorcraft – the Autogiro. France and Germany saw the development of helicopters with effective mechanisms for lift, propulsion, (9) ______ and control using knowledge gained from Autogiro development. However, it wasn’t until World War II that the first real operational requirements for helicopters were created and the funding to bring them to reality (10) ______.
6. Helicopters

Helicopters are a unique piece of aircraft as they can (1) _____ off and land vertically, fly forward backward and laterally. No other aircraft is (2) ________ to do that. The (3) ____ of helicopters can be traced to China around 400 BC (4) _____ Chinese children used to play with bamboo (5) ____ that could fly. Much later, in 1480 Leonardo da Vinci designed a machine that is better described as an “aerial screw”. In 1885, Thomas Edison attempted to power an internal combustion (6) _____ resulting in a big explosion damaging the helicopter and seriously injuring one of his coworkers. In 1906, two French brothers began experimenting with airfoils, the first wings, for helicopters. Many engineers around the world continued experimenting practical ways to (7) _____ the mechanics of helicopters. Thanks to that Juan de la Cierva (8) ______the world the first practical rotorcraft – the Autogiro. France and Germany saw the development of helicopters with effective mechanisms for lift, propulsion, (9) ______ and control using knowledge gained from Autogiro development. However, it wasn’t until World War II that the first real operational requirements for helicopters were created and the funding to bring them to reality (10) ______.
7. Helicopters

Helicopters are a unique piece of aircraft as they can (1) _____ off and land vertically, fly forward backward and laterally. No other aircraft is (2) ________ to do that. The (3) ____ of helicopters can be traced to China around 400 BC (4) _____ Chinese children used to play with bamboo (5) ____ that could fly. Much later, in 1480 Leonardo da Vinci designed a machine that is better described as an “aerial screw”. In 1885, Thomas Edison attempted to power an internal combustion (6) _____ resulting in a big explosion damaging the helicopter and seriously injuring one of his coworkers. In 1906, two French brothers began experimenting with airfoils, the first wings, for helicopters. Many engineers around the world continued experimenting practical ways to (7) _____ the mechanics of helicopters. Thanks to that Juan de la Cierva (8) ______the world the first practical rotorcraft – the Autogiro. France and Germany saw the development of helicopters with effective mechanisms for lift, propulsion, (9) ______ and control using knowledge gained from Autogiro development. However, it wasn’t until World War II that the first real operational requirements for helicopters were created and the funding to bring them to reality (10) ______.
8. Helicopters

Helicopters are a unique piece of aircraft as they can (1) _____ off and land vertically, fly forward backward and laterally. No other aircraft is (2) ________ to do that. The (3) ____ of helicopters can be traced to China around 400 BC (4) _____ Chinese children used to play with bamboo (5) ____ that could fly. Much later, in 1480 Leonardo da Vinci designed a machine that is better described as an “aerial screw”. In 1885, Thomas Edison attempted to power an internal combustion (6) _____ resulting in a big explosion damaging the helicopter and seriously injuring one of his coworkers. In 1906, two French brothers began experimenting with airfoils, the first wings, for helicopters. Many engineers around the world continued experimenting practical ways to (7) _____ the mechanics of helicopters. Thanks to that Juan de la Cierva (8) ______the world the first practical rotorcraft – the Autogiro. France and Germany saw the development of helicopters with effective mechanisms for lift, propulsion, (9) ______ and control using knowledge gained from Autogiro development. However, it wasn’t until World War II that the first real operational requirements for helicopters were created and the funding to bring them to reality (10) ______.
9. Helicopters

Helicopters are a unique piece of aircraft as they can (1) _____ off and land vertically, fly forward backward and laterally. No other aircraft is (2) ________ to do that. The (3) ____ of helicopters can be traced to China around 400 BC (4) _____ Chinese children used to play with bamboo (5) ____ that could fly. Much later, in 1480 Leonardo da Vinci designed a machine that is better described as an “aerial screw”. In 1885, Thomas Edison attempted to power an internal combustion (6) _____ resulting in a big explosion damaging the helicopter and seriously injuring one of his coworkers. In 1906, two French brothers began experimenting with airfoils, the first wings, for helicopters. Many engineers around the world continued experimenting practical ways to (7) _____ the mechanics of helicopters. Thanks to that Juan de la Cierva (8) ______the world the first practical rotorcraft – the Autogiro. France and Germany saw the development of helicopters with effective mechanisms for lift, propulsion,   (9) ______ and control using knowledge gained from Autogiro development. However, it wasn’t until World War II that the first real operational requirements for helicopters were created and the funding to bring them to reality (10) ______.
10. Helicopters

Helicopters are a unique piece of aircraft as they can (1) _____ off and land vertically, fly forward backward and laterally. No other aircraft is (2) ________ to do that. The (3) ____ of helicopters can be traced to China around 400 BC (4) _____ Chinese children used to play with bamboo (5) ____ that could fly. Much later, in 1480 Leonardo da Vinci designed a machine that is better described as an “aerial screw”. In 1885, Thomas Edison attempted to power an internal combustion (6) _____ resulting in a big explosion damaging the helicopter and seriously injuring one of his coworkers. In 1906, two French brothers began experimenting with airfoils, the first wings, for helicopters. Many engineers around the world continued experimenting practical ways to (7) _____ the mechanics of helicopters. Thanks to that Juan de la Cierva (8) ______the world the first practical rotorcraft – the Autogiro. France and Germany saw the development of helicopters with effective mechanisms for lift, propulsion, (9) ______ and control using knowledge gained from Autogiro development. However, it wasn’t until World War II that the first real operational requirements for helicopters were created and the funding to bring them to reality (10) ______.

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