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Choose the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage. Have you ever visited London, one of the most famous cities in the world? London is divided into three parts, The City, the West End and the East End. The City is Britains commercial and banking center. The West End is the part where rich people live. The East End is the part where poor people live. Lenin visited London before the Great October Socialist Revolution. He often came to work at the British museum. He gathered material for his works. Lenin studied the life of the British workers and British labour movement. He attended meetings and gatherings. He spent much time in learning English in order to master it. Lenin liked to walk around the city to learn more about the British capital. He called London the city of striking contrasts. 1. London is one of the ___________cities in the world. A. poorest B. smallest C. most famous D. biggest 2. How many parts is London divided into? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 3. When did Lenin visit London? A. Before the October Revolution. B. After the October Revolution. C. During the October Revolution. D. At the beginning of the October Revolution. 4. Lenin liked to walk around the city to ___________. A. learn English B. know more about the British capital C. have a sightseeing tour D. go shopping 5. Lenin called London the city of ___________. A. fame B. the rich Londoners C. The poor Londoners D. striking contrasts Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable or phrase. Nowadays lots of people drive to large supermarket to (6) ___ their shopping. These supermarkets (7) _______ car-parks, so you can buy several bags of shopping. You can fill your trolley, and (8) ___ put it to your car. Some people prefer to go to local shops. These small shops are usually (34) ___ than supermarkets. Some towns have an open air market in the center, (35) ___ you can buy fruit and vegetables, but you have to carry your shopping home. 6. A. make B. take C. have D. do 7. A. have B. has C. is D. are 8. A. then B. first C. second D. after 9. A. cheaper B. cheap C. expensive D. most expensive 10. A. which B. who C. where D. whom

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