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ROMANIAN NAUTICAL COLLEGE

Address: os. Chitila Pdure nr. 2 bis, P. code-077135, Mogooaia


Telephone / Fax: +4 (0) 21 31999 88; Mobile: +4 (0) 75353 5353
Registration No: 22PJ /2073 / 94/ 2010, Fiscal Code: 26849221
Banca Transilvania - IBAN: RO94BTRL04804205T99389XX (Euro)

ADMITERE 2015
SESIUNI ADMITERE 2015

SEDIUL SEDIUL
CONSTANTA MOGOSOAIA
OFITER OFITER OFITER OFITER
DE PUNTE DE PUNTE MECANIC ELECTRICIAN
25 LOCURI 25 LOCURI 25 LOCURI
VARA 18 IULIE 2015 18 IULIE 2015 18 IULIE 2015
25 LOCURI
ORA 10.00 ORA 10.00 ORA 10.00
18 IULIE 2015
25 LOCURI 25 LOCURI 25 LOCURI
ORA 10.00
TOAMNA 12 SEPTEMBRIE 12 SEPTEMBRIE 12 SEPTEMBRIE
ORA 10.00 ORA 10.00 ORA 10.00

PROBE EXAMEN ADMITERE 2015

LIMBA ENGLEZA
TESTARE SCRISA 2 ore (test grila, traducere, retroversiune si eseu)
PROBA 1
Nota minima: 5
Programa de examen este afisata pe pagina web
INTERVIU
TESTARE ORALA (30 min, Admis/Respins)
PROBA 2 Evaluarea capacitatii de comunicare
Evaluarea nivelului de motivare
Testare atitudinala

Solicita referitoare la ADMITERE la:

itudorica@nauticalcollege.org sau: 004(0) 741.192.143

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ROMANIAN NAUTICAL COLLEGE
Address: os. Chitila Pdure nr. 2 bis, P. code-077135, Mogooaia
Telephone / Fax: +4 (0) 21 31999 88; Mobile: +4 (0) 75353 5353
Registration No: 22PJ /2073 / 94/ 2010, Fiscal Code: 26849221
Banca Transilvania - IBAN: RO94BTRL04804205T99389XX (Euro)

PROGRAMA PROBEI 1 (LIMBA ENGLEZA)

I. CANDIDATE GENERAL COMPETENCIES.

At the beginning of a deck/ engine/ electrotechnical officer programme, the candidate should be
able to execute the following:

1. Ask for and give personal data. [CS1:1]

2. Ask for and give directions. [CS1:6]

3. : Express personal likes and dislikes; discuss leisure time. [CS1:7]

4. : Express personal preferences; discuss about food and order meals. [CS1:9]

5. : Understand commands in emergency situations. [CS1:10]

II. GRAMMAR

At the beginning of a deck/ engine/ electrotechnical officer programme, the candidate should be
able to use the following grammar structures:

NOTE: [CS1: ... ...] refers to competencies prescribed by the International Maritime
Organization Model Course 3.17-Maritime English, core section 1.

1. Pronouns [CS1:1.1.] (question and negative form; third person singular);


2. Prepositions of time: selects appropriate prepositions for phrases relating to time.
[CS1:2.1.2.];
3. Articles; prepositions of place; possessives; Prepositional phrases of geographic
location and distance. Pronoun it:
a) selects appropriate prepositional phrase to describe location of countries and towns.
[CS1:5.1.1.]
b) uses it as a subject pronoun. [CS1:5.1.2.]
c) demonstrates understanding of numerical information by exchanging and noting down
information. [CS1:5.4.7.]
d) uses singular and plural forms of regular and irregular nouns orally and in writing .
[CS1:3.1.2.]
e) uses a, an and the correctly orally and in writing. [CS1:3.1.3.]
f) uses prepositions of place to describe various places . [CS1:3.1.4.]. Uses 's to indicate
possession. [CS1:3.1.5.]
g) conjugates verbs be, do, have in positive, negative and question form. [CS1:1.1.1.]
h) recognizes and uses Present Simple short forms orally and in writing. [CS1:1.1.2.]
i) understands and uses pronouns I, me, my, mine etc. [CS1:1.1.3.]
j) uses the imperative form for giving directions. [CS1:6.1.1.]
k) asks for directions using yes/no and wh question forms. [CS1:6.1.2.]
l) uses a variety of prepositional phrases for indicating directions. [CS1:6.1.3.]

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ROMANIAN NAUTICAL COLLEGE
Address: os. Chitila Pdure nr. 2 bis, P. code-077135, Mogooaia
Telephone / Fax: +4 (0) 21 31999 88; Mobile: +4 (0) 75353 5353
Registration No: 22PJ /2073 / 94/ 2010, Fiscal Code: 26849221
Banca Transilvania - IBAN: RO94BTRL04804205T99389XX (Euro)

4. Gerunds; adverbs of degree; adverbs of frequency. Present Continuous; contrast


between Present Simple and Present Continuous. [CS1:8.1.]
a) uses the Present Continuous form to describe activities currently in progress. [CS1:8.1.1]
b) uses the correct spelling with regular and irregular continuous verb forms. [CS1:8.1.2.]
c) understands the differences in form and meaning between the Present Continuous tense
(for activities in progress) and the Present Simple tense (for routine activities).
[CS1:8.1.3.]
d) uses the structures like + noun and like + -ing and understands the differences between
them [CS1:7.1.1.]
e) uses adverbs of degree to express personal opinions. [7.1.2.]
5. Some-Any; Would like. [CS1:9.1.]
a) uses some and any to describe supplies. [CS1:9.1.1.]
b) uses some and any to order food & drink. [CS1:9.1.2.]
c) uses would like to offer and order food and drink. [CS1:9.1.3.]
6. Demonstrative adjectives; imperatives; must. Comparative and superlative adjectives;
infinitive of purpose; for + -ing. Countable and uncountable nouns; quantifiers.
[CS1:11.1.]. it; going to. Past Simple tense (positive form); Regular and irregular verb
forms. Past Simple (questions and negatives); question words. Conjunctions. Present
Perfect tense. Sentence analysis; the definite article; modal verbs Should, Will. Contrast
between will and going to.
a) uses will to predict future events. [CS1:21.1.1.]
b) uses will to discuss likely events in the future. [CS1:21.1.2.]
c) recognizes and uses the short forms of will and will not in speech and informal writing.
[CS1:21.1.3.]
d) demonstrates understanding of the difference in meaning between will and
going to. [CS1:21.1.4.]
e) distinguishes between content and structure words. [CS1:19.1.1.]
f) demonstrates understanding of the use of the definite article by inserting it into an
abbreviated text. [CS1:19.1.2.]
g) uses the definite article, the, correctly in speech and writing. [CS1:19.1.3.]
h) uses should (not) to give advice and personal opinions. [CS1:19.1.4.]
i) uses the Past Continuous tense correctly in speech and writing to describe repeated or
continuous actions in the past. [CS1:20.1.1.]
j) uses the Past Continuous tense correctly in speech and writing to describe ongoing
activities in the past which were interrupted by another event. [CS1:20.1.2.]
k) understands the differences in form and meaning between the Past Simple and Past
Continuous tenses. [CS1:20.1.3.]
l) uses say and tell correctly in reported speech. [CS1:20.1.4.]
m) demonstrates understanding of the meaning of basic conjunctions by using them to
combine sentences appropriately. [CS1:17.1.1.]
n) writes simple sentences using conjunctions to link ideas. [CS1:17.1.2.]
o) memorizes the past participle forms of known key irregular verbs with attention
to pronunciation and spelling. [CS1:18.1.1.]
p) manipulates the Present Perfect tense correctly in speech and writing.
[CS1:18.1.2.]
q) demonstrates understanding of the specific use of the Present Perfect tense to
describe recent actions by using the tense in speech and writing. [CS1:18.1.3.]
r) uses the question form of the Present Perfect tense to check completion of operational
procedures. [CS1:18.1.4.]
s) uses the positive and negative forms of the Present Perfect tense to give information
about activities at different stages of completion. CS1:18.1.5.]

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ROMANIAN NAUTICAL COLLEGE
Address: os. Chitila Pdure nr. 2 bis, P. code-077135, Mogooaia
Telephone / Fax: +4 (0) 21 31999 88; Mobile: +4 (0) 75353 5353
Registration No: 22PJ /2073 / 94/ 2010, Fiscal Code: 26849221
Banca Transilvania - IBAN: RO94BTRL04804205T99389XX (Euro)

t) revises the Past Simple form of regular and irregular verbs in speech and writing.
[CS1:16.1.1.]
u) manipulates the negative form of the Past Simple correctly in speech and writing.
[CS1:16.1.2.]
v) manipulates the question form of the Past Simple tense correctly in speech and writing.
[CS1:16.1.3.] uses a variety of wh questions with the Past Simple in speech. [CS1:16.1.4.]
w) manipulates Past Simple regular verb changes correctly orally and in writing.
{CS1:15.1.1.]
x) memorizes Past Simple forms of key irregular verbs with attention to spelling changes.
[CS1:15.1.2.]
y) uses Past Simple irregular verb forms correctly orally and in writing. {CS1:15.1.3.]
z) uses the Past Simple tense in sustained oral and written narrative when describing past
events. [CS1:15.1.4.]
a) uses it to describe to describe weather conditions. [CS1:14.1.1.]
b) uses the structure going to + verb to describe future events that are planned or certain.
[CS1:14.1.2.]
c) demonstrates an understanding of the difference in meaning between going to/will.
[CS1:14.1.3.]
d) categorizes countable and uncountable nouns enquires about quantities of goods using
how much and how many. [CS1: 11.1.1.]
e) gives information about quantities of various goods using the quantifiers too
much/many, (not) enough. [CS1:11.1.2.]
f) exchanges information about prices of various goods and cargoes in major currencies.
[CS1: 11.2.1.]
g) uses comparative and superlative adjectives to compare. [CS1: 12.1.1.]
h) uses the structures to + infinitive and for + -ing. [CS1: 12.1.2.]
i) gives ship's dimensions using appropriate nouns and adjectives. [CS1:12.2.1.]
j) describes things in terms of shape and dimensions. [CS1:12.2.3.]
k) uses the structure what does look like? to ask for physical descriptions. [CS1:13.1.1.]
l) uses the structure what is like? to ask for subjective descriptions. [CS1: 13.1.2.]
m) understands the difference in meaning between this, that, these and those. [CS1:10.1.1.]
n) uses the imperative form correctly for giving urgent commands. [CS1:10.1.2.]
o) uses must to express obligation and must not to express prohibition in appropriate
circumstances. [CS1:10.1.3.]

III. PHONOLOGY

At the beginning of a deck/ engine/ electrotechnical officer programme, the candidate should be
able to use the sentence stress. [CS1:9.3.]:

a) revises identifying main sentence stress by listening to single statements. [CS1:21.3.1.]


b) practises main stress in given statements. [CS1:21.3.2.]
c) evaluates own performance of sentence stress by listening to a recording of own voice.
[CS1:21.3.3.]
d) practises using rhythm and sentence stress in conversation. [CS1:20.3.1.]
e) monitors own performance by listening to a recording of own voice. [CS1:20.3.2.]
f) recognizes the different pronunciation of three -ed verb endings (ltl, ldl, lidl).
[CS1:15.3.1.]
g) distinguishes between the pronunciation of ed endings when speaking. [CS1:15.3.2.]
h) revises linking word-final consonant sounds with initial vowel sounds. [CS1:16.3.1.]

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ROMANIAN NAUTICAL COLLEGE
Address: os. Chitila Pdure nr. 2 bis, P. code-077135, Mogooaia
Telephone / Fax: +4 (0) 21 31999 88; Mobile: +4 (0) 75353 5353
Registration No: 22PJ /2073 / 94/ 2010, Fiscal Code: 26849221
Banca Transilvania - IBAN: RO94BTRL04804205T99389XX (Euro)

i) practises linking in Past Simple wh questions. [CS1:16.3.2.]


j) repeats model pronunciation of past participles with reasonable accuracy. [CS1:18.3.1.]
k) uses the correct pronunciation of past participles in speech. [CS1:18.3.2.]
l) practises contracted sounds in conversation. [CS1: 14.3.1.]
m) practises linking sounds in conversation. [CS1:14.3.2.]
n) monitors own performance by listening to a recording of own voice. [CS1:14.3.3.]
o) correctly distinguishes between is and has in connected speech by listening to sentence
context. [CS1:13.3.1.]
p) uses the contracted form of is and has in connected speech. [CS1:13.3.2.]
q) demonstrates ability to link word final consonants to initial vowels in connected speech.
[CS1:11.3.1.]
r) practises vowel-consonant linking in given phrases. [CS1:11.3.2.]
s) identifies key words in short commands. [CS1: 9.3.1.]
t) puts stress on key words in short commands. [CS1:9.3.2.]
u) uses rising intonation and high pitch with adjectives expressing personal preference.
[CS1: 9.3.1.]
v) uses falling intonation and low pitch with adjectives expressing personal dislike.
[CS1:9.3.2.]
w) uses main sentence stress to emphasize degrees of preference. [CS1:7.3.1.]
x) recognizes intonation in questions [CS1:1.3.].
y) pronounces places using correct word stress patterns. [CS1:3.3.1.]
z) understands the concept of word stress. [CS1:2.3.1.] pronounces months of the year
with correct stress. [CS1:2.3.2.]

IV. COMMUNICATION SKILLS

At the beginning of a deck/ engine/ electrotechnical officer programme, the candidate should be
able to use the following communication skills: listening, speaking, reading, writing, as
follows:

a) exchanges information about recent activities with partner. [CS1:18.4.1.]


b) checks stages of completion of a variety of tasks from spoken information. [CS1:18.4.2.]
c) refers to a checklist to describe stages of completion in a routine procedure.
[CS1:18.4.3.]
d) describes personal plans for the future and predicts likely events in speech.
[CS1:21.4.1.]
e) negotiates a social arrangement that incorporates the wishes of everyone in a group.
[CS1:21.4.2.]
f) plans a course of action based on reading information from a variety of authentic
business correspondence. [CS1:21.4.3.]
g) writes a formal letter describing a proposed plan of action. [CS1:21.4.4.]
h) debates the best course of action in a simulated formal meeting. [CS1:21.4.5.]
i) identifies a visitor on board from oral and written descriptions. [CS1: 13.4.1.]
j) gives a full spoken description of someone. [CS1:13.4.2.]
k) writes a detailed description comparing two or more people. [CS1:13.4.3.]
l) comprehends requests for numerical information relating to quantities, capacities and
measurements. [CS1:11.4.1.]
m) correctly writes down measurements and quantities given by another person.
[CS1:11.4.2.]
n) reads and dictates a variety of numerical information correctly. [CS1:11.4.3.]

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ROMANIAN NAUTICAL COLLEGE
Address: os. Chitila Pdure nr. 2 bis, P. code-077135, Mogooaia
Telephone / Fax: +4 (0) 21 31999 88; Mobile: +4 (0) 75353 5353
Registration No: 22PJ /2073 / 94/ 2010, Fiscal Code: 26849221
Banca Transilvania - IBAN: RO94BTRL04804205T99389XX (Euro)

o) converses about price of goods in the contexts of shopping for and ordering goods.
[CS1:11.4.4.]
p) infers meaning from an incomplete written text. [CS1:7.4.1.]
q) asks and answers questions about frequency of activities[CS1:7.4.2.]
r) understands informal conversations in a messroom and cafe. [CS1:9.4.1.]
s) uses conversational phrases appropriate to meal times. [CS1:9.4.2.
t) orders food from a menu. [CS1:9.4.3.]
u) understands key questions in listening. [CS1:1.4.1.]

V. VOCABULARY

At the beginning of a deck/ engine/ electrotechnical officer programme, the candidate should be
able to use the following vocabulary:

a) uses adverbial phrases to refer to future points in time. [CS1:21.2.1.]


b) knows and pronounces the names of months and seasons correctly. [CS1: 14.2.1.]
c) uses various adjectives to describe a wide range of weather patterns. [14.2.2.]
d) uses a wide range of adjectives to describe various people's physical appearances.
[CS1:13.2.1.]
e) uses modifiers and adjectives to give opinions about various people's personalities.
[CS1:13.2.2.]
f) names various articles of clothing for work and casual wear. [CS1:13.2.3.]
g) knows the names of items of food and drink. [CS1:9.2.1.]
h) expresses personal taste using adjectives of opinion. [CS1:9.2.2.]
i) identifies, names and describes the purpose of basic kitchen equipment. [CS1:9.2.3.]
j) identifies and names different types of packaging of food. [CS1:9.2.4.]
k) describes preferences regarding films, sport and other recreational activities.
[CS1:7.2.1.].
l) revises common verbs to describe work routines.[CS1:8.2.1.]
m) describes activities taking place from pictures /video / audio prompts. [CS1:8.2.2.]
n) refers to features of towns. [CS1:6.2.4.]
o) uses common verbs to describe work routines.[CS1:2.1.1.]
p) refers to 24 hour clock orally and in writing. [CS1.2.1.2.]

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ROMANIAN NAUTICAL COLLEGE
Address: os. Chitila Pdure nr. 2 bis, P. code-077135, Mogooaia
Telephone / Fax: +4 (0) 21 31999 88; Mobile: +4 (0) 75353 5353
Registration No: 22PJ /2073 / 94/ 2010, Fiscal Code: 26849221
Banca Transilvania - IBAN: RO94BTRL04804205T99389XX (Euro)

PROBA 2 - GRILA INTERVIU ADMITERE

SESIUNEA: ________________

NUMELE CANDIDATULUI: ______________________________

SUBIECT DE INTERVIU APRECIERE


Care sunt motivele pentru care candidatul a ales sa devina ofiter ADMIS
1 de marina comerciala RESPINS
ADMIS
2 Care este reactia candidatului in situatii precizate de comisie
RESPINS
Care este gradul de constientizare si atitudinea candidatului fata ADMIS
3 de dificultatile specifice profesiei de ofiter de marina comerciala RESPINS
Modul in care candidatul intelege un mesaj in limba engleza ADMIS
4 (listening and reading comprehension) ascultarea unui mesaj
RESPINS
inregistrat, citirea unui material scris in lb.engleza
Modul in care candidatul transmite un mesaj in limba engleza ADMIS
5 (speaking, writing and vocabulary) citirea unui text, efectuarea
RESPINS
unei traduceri

NOTA: Se testeaza si evalueaza competenta lingvistica de engleza generala. Nu se solicita


cunostinte de engleza maritima ori tehnica.

REZULTATUL EVALUARII:

EVALUATOR 1:_______________________________________________________

EVALUATOR 2:_______________________________________________________

(nume, semnatura)

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