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Reading 1

Reading 1 14/14
By Trinity School of English

Sunday, May 6, 12

Reading 1

Practice V-VI

Sunday, May 6, 12

Reading 1

Reading Examination Practice V

Sunday, May 6, 12

 

Language use and Usage

Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift

Sunday, May 6, 12

Both answers must be correct in order for you to gain one mark. May 6.  Language use and Usage SECTION 1: LANGUAGE USE AND USAGE SIGNS AND ADVERTISEMENT DIRECTIONS: Look at each sign or advertisements then choose the best answers to the questions. Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Sunday. Each sign is followed by two questions. 12 . you will not gain any mark. If either of your answers is wrong.

m.m. 10 a.m.m.  Language use and Usage Holiday Golf w/JR 1 10:00 11:00 Hospital Meeting w/ Fly to Rio Copa Travel Agent Association 2 3 4 Breakfast AM: Meeting w/ Meeting hotel w/ tour Representat guides ives 5:00 p. Meeting w/ Train to Editor of New York Travel magazine 10 11 4 p. JR at Club Company dinner 7 8 7 a.m.m. 12 . Dr’s Golf at Club appointment 13 QUESTION 1-3 1. May 6. 6:00 a. Breakfast Meeting w/ Airline agents 9 3 p. What field is this person probably in? a) Tourism b) Medicine c) Education d) Sports Sunday. 12:00 City Flight home tour 12 5 6 Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Golf w/ 6 p.m.

12:00 City Flight home tour 12 5 6 Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Golf w/ 6 p.m. How many out-of-town trips are planned? a) One b) Two c) Three d) Four Sunday.m. May 6. Meeting w/ Train to Editor of New York Travel magazine 10 11 4 p.  Language use and Usage Holiday Golf w/JR 1 10:00 11:00 Hospital Meeting w/ Fly to Rio Copa Travel Agent Association 2 3 4 Breakfast AM: Meeting w/ Meeting hotel w/ tour Representat guides ives 5:00 p. Breakfast Meeting w/ Airline agents 9 3 p. JR at Club Company dinner 7 8 7 a.m. 6:00 a.m.m.m. Dr’s Golf at Club appointment 13 2.m. 12 . 10 a.

How many nights will the person be away? a) One b) Two c) Three d) Four Sunday. 10 a. 12 .  Language use and Usage Holiday Golf w/JR 1 10:00 11:00 Hospital Meeting w/ Fly to Rio Copa Travel Agent Association 2 3 4 Breakfast AM: Meeting w/ Meeting hotel w/ tour Representat guides ives 5:00 p.m.m. May 6. Meeting w/ Train to Editor of New York Travel magazine 10 11 4 p. JR at Club Company dinner 7 8 7 a.m. Dr’s Golf at Club appointment 13 3.m.m.m. Breakfast Meeting w/ Airline agents 9 3 p. 12:00 City Flight home tour 12 5 6 Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Golf w/ 6 p.m. 6:00 a.

12 .You’ll get plenty of help and encouragement. According to the prediction. May 6. So it is advisable that you take care of them before they come serious.Your relationship should be happy. if you swallow your pride and ask! Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift 4.  QUESTION 4-6 Language use and Usage ARIES (March 21 – April 20) Family interests must come first. a) himself b) friends c) family d) relationship Sunday. this month people born under Aries should pay attention to _____. but there could be problems on the home front after the 15th. even if you want more time to yourself.

Your relationship should be happy. but there could be problems on the home front after the 15th.You’ll get plenty of help and encouragement.  Language use and Usage ARIES (March 21 – April 20) Family interests must come first. May 6. 12 . even if you want more time to yourself. if you swallow your pride and ask! Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift 5. So it is advisable that you take care of them before they come serious. Problems of people born under Aries could be solved if they __________ a) asked for help b) had more time for themselves c) got plenty of help and encouragement d) stopped them by their own before they became bad Sunday.

You’ll get plenty of help and encouragement. a) you must do something that you are rather ashamed of b) you have a feeling of dignity and self-respect c) you have done something good d) you find something hard to accept Sunday. So it is advisable that you take care of them before they come serious. if you swallow your pride and ask! Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift 6.Your relationship should be happy. if you “swallow your pride” it means _________. even if you want more time to yourself.  Language use and Usage ARIES (March 21 – April 20) Family interests must come first. 12 . but there could be problems on the home front after the 15th. May 6.

May 6. Read the passages carefully and choose the best answers. You will gain one mark for each correct answer. Each part has its own directions. 12 .  Reading Ability DIRECTIONS: In this section there are two parts: Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension. Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Sunday.

12 . a) Pass b) Have c) Take d) Run 9. __________ your time! We don’t have to be there until after eight. He just sat there __________ at me and I felt very uncomfortable. a) kitchen b) meal c) cuisine d) chef Vocabulary Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Sunday. May 6. Thai __________ is very popular in America. a) staring b) glancing c) watching d) seeing 8.  PART 1: VOCABULARY DIRECTIONS: Read the passages carefully and choose the best word to fill in each blank 7.

a) protested b) vanished c) resisted d) participated 13. After dinner. Frank always spends a lot of money on his pricey clothes. When I finished my studies. The word “pricey” means __________.  10. Thousands of soldiers have disappeared in the war between America and Iraq. a) expensive b) cheap c) efficient d) effective Sunday. a) wander b) stroll c) dash d) trip 11. The word “disappeared” means __________. May 6. 12 Vocabulary Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift . a) applied b) tried c) presented d) recruited 12. I __________ for a job in a bank. we went for a relaxing __________ along the seafront.

Electricity in parts of south Baghdad was briefly cut after several explosions were heard in Saturday night but was restored later. a) existed b) appeared c) surrendered d) invaded 15. a) supported b) suddenly attacked c) captured d) denied 16. The word “restored” means __________. Governor Bush and first lady proclaim September 23 Family Day in Florida. “___ Iraq was raided by American troops last Thursday___” The word “raided” means __________. The word “proclaim” means __________. May 6. 12 . a) claim b) recognize c) announce d) declare formally Sunday.  Vocabulary Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift 14.

12 . Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Sunday. You will gain one mark for each correct answer. May 6.  Reading Comprehension DIRECTIONS Read the passages carefully and choose the correct answer to each question.

the bees waggle moving straight up. The bee’s orientation on the comb is a key directional cue for other bees. in which the slow and fast tempo movements will inform the other members of the distance to the food source. a slow waggle of the lower part of the abdomen signifies a fardistance. If the workers spot pollen and nectar in the flowers near its hive.  PASSAGE 1 Researchers in the field of animal behavior have long been interested in the ways animals and insects communicate. Conversely. its direction. Sunday.” By performing certain dance routines. the workers let the other members know of the location of a food source. Variations in the dance form exist among different species. In the absence of sun light on the comb. demanding flight. a rapid waggle indicates a within-reach trip. and its distance. they do the circular dance. For instance. The most recent findings show that honeybees communicated mostly through “dances. the bees can orient themselves toward the direction of the sun’s ray. On the other hand. when a food site is remote. May 6. they perform a figure-eight dance. 12 Reading Comprehension Reading 1 . If the sun’s polarized light penetrates the hive.

they perform a figure-eight dance. Which of the following best expresses the main idea of the passage? a) Communication among honey bees b) Insects’ interaction with their environment c) The latest findings on sensorial and visual experimentation affecting bees d) A growing interest in general communication patterns between animals and insects . On the other hand. For instance. Conversely. its direction.  PASSAGE 1 Researchers in the field of animal behavior have long been interested in the ways animals and insects communicate. The most recent findings show that honeybees communicated mostly through “dances. 12 Reading Comprehension Reading 1 17. in which the slow and fast tempo movements will inform the other members of the distance to the food source. when a food site is remote. If the workers spot pollen and nectar in the flowers near its hive. Variations in the dance form exist among different species. they do the circular dance. The bee’s orientation on the comb is a key directional cue for other bees. the bees waggle moving straight up. May 6. the bees can orient themselves toward the direction of the sun’s ray. and its distance.” By performing certain dance routines. the workers let the other members know of the location of a food source. a slow waggle of the lower part of the abdomen signifies a fardistance. If the sun’s polarized light penetrates the hive. a rapid waggle indicates a within-reach trip. In the absence of sun light on the comb. demanding flight. Sunday.

its direction. If the workers spot pollen and nectar in the flowers near its hive. they perform a figure-eight dance. Variations in the dance form exist among different species. 12 Reading Comprehension Reading 1 17. According to the passage. Conversely. Sunday. If the sun’s polarized light penetrates the hive. the bees can orient themselves toward the direction of the sun’s ray.  PASSAGE 1 Researchers in the field of animal behavior have long been interested in the ways animals and insects communicate. For instance. when a food site is remote. demanding flight.” By performing certain dance routines. a) location of the food supply b) direction of the food source c) existence of preying insects d) distance of the food . a rapid waggle indicates a within-reach trip. Which of the following best expresses the main idea of the passage? a) Communication among honey bees b) Insects’ interaction with their environment c) The latest findings on sensorial and visual experimentation affecting bees d) A growing interest in general communication patterns between animals and insects 18. the workers let the other members know of the location of a food source. In the absence of sun light on the comb. the bees waggle moving straight up. May 6. The bee’s orientation on the comb is a key directional cue for other bees. all of the following ate signaled by the “dance routine” EXCEPT ______. in which the slow and fast tempo movements will inform the other members of the distance to the food source. The most recent findings show that honeybees communicated mostly through “dances. a slow waggle of the lower part of the abdomen signifies a fardistance. On the other hand. they do the circular dance. and its distance.

12 Reading Comprehension Reading 1 . demanding flight. The most recent findings show that honeybees communicated mostly through “dances. If the workers spot pollen and nectar in the flowers near its hive. the bees can orient themselves toward the direction of the sun’s ray. May 6. in which the slow and fast tempo movements will inform the other members of the distance to the food source. they perform a figure-eight dance. they do the circular dance. Sunday. a rapid waggle indicates a within-reach trip. when a food site is remote. and its distance. For instance. On the other hand. its direction. the workers let the other members know of the location of a food source.  PASSAGE 1 Researchers in the field of animal behavior have long been interested in the ways animals and insects communicate. Variations in the dance form exist among different species.” By performing certain dance routines. In the absence of sun light on the comb. a slow waggle of the lower part of the abdomen signifies a fardistance. The bee’s orientation on the comb is a key directional cue for other bees. If the sun’s polarized light penetrates the hive. Conversely. the bees waggle moving straight up.

” By of the following? performing certain dance routines. its d) taste direction. demanding flight. If the workers spot pollen and c) move nectar in the flowers near its hive. they do the circular dance. May 6. The most recent findings show that closest in meaning to which honeybees communicated mostly through “dances. Variations in the dance form exist among different species.  PASSAGE 1 Researchers in the field of animal behavior have long been interested in the ways animals and insects 19. the workers let the a) touch b) locate other members know of the location of a food source. Sunday. and its distance. In the absence of sun light on the comb. in which the slow and fast tempo movements will inform the other members of the distance to the food source. Conversely. 12 Reading Comprehension Reading 1 . If the sun’s polarized light penetrates the hive. On the other hand. when a food site is remote. The word “spot” in line 4 is communicate. they perform a figure-eight dance. the bees can orient themselves toward the direction of the sun’s ray. a rapid waggle indicates a within-reach trip. The bee’s orientation on the comb is a key directional cue for other bees. the bees waggle moving straight up. a slow waggle of the lower part of the abdomen signifies a fardistance. For instance.

the workers let the other members know of the location of a food source. Sunday. If the workers spot pollen and nectar in the flowers near its hive. a) make unusual visual effects b) illustrate dissimilarities of two movements c) clarify a complicated tune d) give details for a movement .  PASSAGE 1 Researchers in the field of animal behavior have long been interested in the ways animals and insects communicate. On the other hand. If the sun’s polarized light penetrates the hive. its direction. The author’s purpose in using “the slow and fast tempo movement” in line 6-7 is to _____.” By performing certain dance routines. the bees can orient themselves toward the direction of the sun’s ray. the bees waggle moving straight up. and its distance. 12 Reading Comprehension Reading 1 19. they do the circular dance. a slow waggle of the lower part of the abdomen signifies a fardistance. The word “spot” in line 4 is closest in meaning to which of the following? a) touch b) locate c) move d) taste 20. In the absence of sun light on the comb. demanding flight. The bee’s orientation on the comb is a key directional cue for other bees. they perform a figure-eight dance. in which the slow and fast tempo movements will inform the other members of the distance to the food source. Variations in the dance form exist among different species. The most recent findings show that honeybees communicated mostly through “dances. May 6. a rapid waggle indicates a within-reach trip. For instance. when a food site is remote. Conversely.

May 6. and its distance. the bees waggle moving straight up. The bee’s orientation on the comb is a key directional cue for other bees. For instance.” By performing certain dance routines. Sunday. If the sun’s polarized light penetrates the hive. Conversely. Variations in the dance form exist among different species. On the other hand. The most recent findings show that honeybees communicated mostly through “dances. a slow waggle of the lower part of the abdomen signifies a fardistance. in which the slow and fast tempo movements will inform the other members of the distance to the food source. In the absence of sun light on the comb. a rapid waggle indicates a within-reach trip. they perform a figure-eight dance.  PASSAGE 1 Researchers in the field of animal behavior have long been interested in the ways animals and insects communicate. If the workers spot pollen and nectar in the flowers near its hive. its direction. 12 Reading Comprehension Reading 1 . when a food site is remote. the bees can orient themselves toward the direction of the sun’s ray. the workers let the other members know of the location of a food source. they do the circular dance. demanding flight.

how does a worker find a right path to the food source? a) By watching the finder’s position on the comb b) By following the finder’s direction toward the sun’s beam c) By studying the finder’s dance on the wall of the honey comb d) By receiving adequate artificial light in the hive . According to the passage. May 6. the bees waggle moving straight up. Conversely. its direction. In the absence of sun light on the comb. On the other hand. Sunday. demanding flight. If the sun’s polarized light penetrates the hive. Variations in the dance form exist among different species.  PASSAGE 1 Researchers in the field of animal behavior have long been interested in the ways animals and insects communicate. If the workers spot pollen and nectar in the flowers near its hive. a slow waggle of the lower part of the abdomen signifies a fardistance. and its distance.” By performing certain dance routines. the workers let the other members know of the location of a food source. The bee’s orientation on the comb is a key directional cue for other bees. 12 Reading Comprehension Reading 1 21. they do the circular dance. The most recent findings show that honeybees communicated mostly through “dances. when a food site is remote. For instance. in which the slow and fast tempo movements will inform the other members of the distance to the food source. a rapid waggle indicates a within-reach trip. they perform a figure-eight dance. the bees can orient themselves toward the direction of the sun’s ray.

  Reading 1 PASSAGE 2 Reading Comprehension COCA-COLA The Coca-Cola company made the first cola drink more than a hundred years ago. There is also a lot of sugar in these drinks. Some soft drinks have no sugar but artificial sweetener. Caffeine makes some people feel nervous. and other colas every day. The cola flavor in the drinks comes from the cola or kola nut. These nuts grow on trees in the hottest parts of the earth. too. 12 . It is possible that these artificial sweeteners are harmful to the body. tea. Now there are also cola drinks without caffeine. Companies now sell million of bottles and cans of Coca-Cola. and chocolate have caffeine. Cola and other soft drinks have carbon dioxide (CO2) in the water. Coffee. May 6. Pepsi-Cola. This gas makes bubbles. Sunday. Kola nuts have caffeine in them.

Sunday. tea. There is also a lot of sugar in these drinks. Now there are also cola drinks without caffeine. Kola nuts have nineteenth century caffeine in them. This gas makes bubbles. and chocolate have caffeine. Coffee. too. May 6. Some soft drinks have no sugar but artificial sweetener. The Coca-Cola company PASSAGE 2 started to make cola COCA-COLA drinks ______. Caffeine makes some people feel nervous. Cola and other soft drinks have carbon dioxide (CO2) in the water. Companies now sell b) in the twentieth century million of bottles and cans of Coca-Cola. and c) in the early part of the other colas every day. The cola flavor in the drinks nineteenth century comes from the cola or kola nut. These nuts grow on d) in the later part of the trees in the hottest parts of the earth. The Coca-Cola company made the first cola drink a) in the eighteenth century more than a hundred years ago.22. Pepsi-Cola. It is possible that these artificial sweeteners are harmful to the body. 12   Reading 1 Reading Comprehension .

12   Reading 1 Reading Comprehension . This gas makes bubbles. 23. The cola flavor in colas comes from the ______ of Now there are also cola drinks without caffeine. and chocolate have caffeine. a certain plant. There is also a) fruit a lot of sugar in these drinks. Pepsi-Cola. The cola flavor in the drinks nineteenth century comes from the cola or kola nut. Some soft drinks have no b) flower sugar but artificial sweetener. The Coca-Cola company PASSAGE 2 started to make cola COCA-COLA drinks ______. These nuts grow on d) in the later part of the trees in the hottest parts of the earth. and c) in the early part of the other colas every day. May 6.22. Caffeine makes some people feel nervous. too. Companies now sell b) in the twentieth century million of bottles and cans of Coca-Cola. Kola nuts have nineteenth century caffeine in them. tea. Coffee. Cola and other soft drinks have carbon dioxide (CO2) in the water. It is possible that these c) stem d) root artificial sweeteners are harmful to the body. The Coca-Cola company made the first cola drink a) in the eighteenth century more than a hundred years ago. Sunday.

Pepsi-Cola. Companies now sell million of bottles and cans of Coca-Cola. and other colas every day. There is also a lot of sugar in these drinks. The cola flavor in the drinks comes from the cola or kola nut. It is possible that these artificial sweeteners are harmful to the body. Kola nuts have caffeine in them. Cola and other soft drinks have carbon dioxide (CO2) in the water. Coffee. and chocolate have caffeine. Some soft drinks have no sugar but artificial sweetener. Sunday. This gas makes bubbles.  Reading 1 PASSAGE 2 Reading Comprehension COCA-COLA The Coca-Cola company made the first cola drink more than a hundred years ago. These nuts grow on trees in the hottest parts of the earth. Caffeine makes some people feel nervous. May 6. too. 12 . tea. Now there are also cola drinks without caffeine.

The cola flavor in the drinks comes from the cola or kola nut. Pepsi-Cola. and other colas every day.  Reading 1 PASSAGE 2 Reading Comprehension COCA-COLA The Coca-Cola company made the first cola drink more than a hundred years ago. Cola and other soft drinks have carbon dioxide (CO2) in the water. May 6. Kola nuts have caffeine in them. It is possible that ______ are harmful to people. These nuts grow on trees in the hottest parts of the earth. and chocolate have caffeine. Coffee. a) caffeine and sweeteners b) water and caffeine c) sweeteners. Sunday. It is possible that these artificial sweeteners are harmful to the body. This gas makes bubbles. too. Some soft drinks have no sugar but artificial sweetener. tea. There is also a lot of sugar in these drinks. sugar and water d) carbon dioxide and water . Caffeine makes some people feel nervous. 12 24. Companies now sell million of bottles and cans of Coca-Cola. Now there are also cola drinks without caffeine.

  Reading 1 PASSAGE 2 Reading Comprehension COCA-COLA The Coca-Cola company made the first cola drink more than a hundred years ago. Caffeine makes some people feel nervous. Sunday. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE? a) Soft drinks are usually sweet b) Now Coca-Cola is very popular in the world c) Coffee. tea. Cola and other soft drinks have carbon dioxide (CO2) in the water. This gas makes bubbles. and chocolate have caffeine. Companies now sell million of bottles and cans of Coca-Cola. These nuts grow on trees in the hottest parts of the earth. There is also a lot of sugar in these drinks. The cola flavor in the drinks comes from the cola or kola nut. tea. Now there are also cola drinks without caffeine. May 6. sugar and water d) carbon dioxide and water 25. and chocolate are not soft drinks because they have caffeine d) Not all cola drinks have caffeine . too. Coffee. Some soft drinks have no sugar but artificial sweetener. and other colas every day. It is possible that ______ are harmful to people. a) caffeine and sweeteners b) water and caffeine c) sweeteners. It is possible that these artificial sweeteners are harmful to the body. 12 24. Pepsi-Cola. Kola nuts have caffeine in them.

As a pregnant woman drink alcohol. the concentration of alcohol in the fetus is exactly the same as in the mother. the human fetus is particularly vulnerable to its effects. Sunday. In fact. because the bloodstream of the fetus is inextricably tied to that of the mother. what is more. the alcohol passed directly into the bloodstream of the fetus as well.  Reading 1 PASSAGE 3 One of the most dangerous drugs for pregnant woman to consume is alcohol. the alcohol is passed into her bloodstream almost simultaneously. the negative effects on a fetus are so pronounced that babies born after exposure to alcohol are said to be suffering from the fetal alcohol syndrome. Moreover. May 6. 12 Reading Comprehension . Because alcohol is delivered quickly into the blood and passes quickly into the tissues and membranes. And.

  Reading 1 26. Moreover. the alcohol passed directly into the bloodstream of the fetus as well. As a pregnant woman drink alcohol. In fact. the human fetus is particularly d) Drinking and the human body vulnerable to its effects. Sunday. 12 Reading Comprehension . the alcohol is passed into her bloodstream almost simultaneously. what is more. the concentration of alcohol in the fetus is exactly the same as in the mother. because the bloodstream of the fetus is inextricably tied to that of the mother. Because alcohol is delivered b) The dangers of pregnancy quickly into the blood and passes quickly into the tissues c) The fetus and alcohol and membranes. the negative effects on a fetus are so pronounced that babies born after exposure to alcohol are said to be suffering from the fetal alcohol syndrome. And. What is the main topic of this PASSAGE 3 reading? One of the most dangerous drugs for pregnant a) Woman and drugs woman to consume is alcohol. May 6.

In line 3. because the bloodstream of the fetus is d) the alcohol inextricably tied to that of the mother. a) the fetus As a pregnant woman drink alcohol. What is the main topic of this PASSAGE 3 reading? One of the most dangerous drugs for pregnant a) Woman and drugs woman to consume is alcohol. the alcohol passed directly into the bloodstream of the fetus as well. May 6. In fact. what is more. fetal alcohol syndrome. 12 Reading Comprehension . Sunday. the alcohol is b) the blood passed into her bloodstream almost simultaneously.  Reading 1 26. And. Because alcohol is delivered b) The dangers of pregnancy quickly into the blood and passes quickly into the tissues c) The fetus and alcohol and membranes. c) the tissue Moreover. the human fetus is particularly d) Drinking and the human body vulnerable to its effects. the word “its” exposure to alcohol are said to be suffering from the refers to ______. the negative effects on a fetus are so pronounced that babies born after 27. the concentration of alcohol in the fetus is exactly the same as in the mother.

Moreover. the alcohol passed directly into the bloodstream of the fetus as well. May 6. the negative effects on a fetus are so pronounced that babies born after exposure to alcohol are said to be suffering from the fetal alcohol syndrome. the alcohol is passed into her bloodstream almost simultaneously. In fact. because the bloodstream of the fetus is inextricably tied to that of the mother. Because alcohol is delivered quickly into the blood and passes quickly into the tissues and membranes. the human fetus is particularly vulnerable to its effects. As a pregnant woman drink alcohol. Sunday. And. the concentration of alcohol in the fetus is exactly the same as in the mother. what is more. 12 Reading Comprehension .  Reading 1 PASSAGE 3 One of the most dangerous drugs for pregnant woman to consume is alcohol.

the alcohol is passed into her bloodstream almost simultaneously. Moreover. the human fetus is particularly vulnerable to its effects. the negative effects on a fetus are so pronounced that babies born after exposure to alcohol are said to be suffering from the fetal alcohol syndrome. the concentration of alcohol in the fetus is exactly the same as in the mother. As a pregnant woman drink alcohol. Because alcohol is delivered quickly into the blood and passes quickly into the tissues and membranes. And. According to the passage. because the bloodstream of the fetus is inextricably tied to that of the mother. how does the concentration of alcohol in a fetus compare to that in the mother? a) The concentration is more b) The concentration is less c) The concentration is equivalent d) The concentration cannot be measured . In fact. the alcohol passed directly into the bloodstream of the fetus as well. May 6. Sunday. what is more.  Reading 1 PASSAGE 3 One of the most dangerous drugs for pregnant woman to consume is alcohol. 12 Reading Comprehension 28.

the fetus’s liver is not completely developed (how developed it is depends on its stage of development). Sunday. irreversible damage to the fetus. Simply speaking. 12 . However. but the process is slow. inability to concentrate. The rate at which it is able to eliminate the alcohol from the blood of the fetus is much slower.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 For the mother. and difficulty in remembering. Research has shown that as little as one drink of alcohol can produce significant. this concentration is not a problem because her liver can remove one ounce of alcohol from her system per hour. By the time this takes place. the alcohol will be returned to the mother’s system by passing across the placenta. major neurological damage may have already occurred. it is imperative that pregnant woman avoid alcohol. May 6. Babies born after exposure to alcohol generally exhibit facial distortion. Eventually.

the alcohol will be returned to the c) how large the fetus is mother’s system by passing across the placenta. Sunday. It can be inferred that the For the mother. Babies born after exposure to alcohol generally exhibit facial distortion. The rate at which it is able to b) how much alcohol the mother eliminate the alcohol from the blood of the fetus is much has consumed slower. system per hour. but the d) how well the mother has process is slow. inability to concentrate. major taken care of the fetus neurological damage may have already occurred. Simply speaking. it is imperative that pregnant woman avoid alcohol. Research has shown that as little as one drink of alcohol can produce significant. By the time this takes place. irreversible damage to the fetus. May 6. the fetus’s liver is not a) how many moths pregnant completely developed (how developed it is depends on its the mother is stage of development). However. Eventually. and difficulty in remembering.  29. this concentration is not a problem development of a fetal liver because her liver can remove one ounce of alcohol from her depends on _____. 12 Reading Comprehension Reading 1 .

irreversible damage to the fetus. The rate at which it is able to eliminate the alcohol from the blood of the fetus is much slower. major neurological damage may have already occurred.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 For the mother. but the process is slow. the alcohol will be returned to the mother’s system by passing across the placenta. Simply speaking. it is imperative that pregnant woman avoid alcohol. However. Eventually. Sunday. the fetus’s liver is not completely developed (how developed it is depends on its stage of development). Babies born after exposure to alcohol generally exhibit facial distortion. Research has shown that as little as one drink of alcohol can produce significant. 12 . and difficulty in remembering. this concentration is not a problem because her liver can remove one ounce of alcohol from her system per hour. inability to concentrate. May 6. By the time this takes place.

Sunday. this concentration is not a problem because her liver can remove one ounce of alcohol from her system per hour. major neurological damage may have already occurred. how is alcohol finally returned to the mother’s system? a) It is carried through the bloodstream b) It is transfer across the placenta c) It is expelled by the fetus’s liver d) It is not complete returned For the mother.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 30. inability to concentrate. it is imperative that pregnant woman avoid alcohol. By the time this takes place. but the process is slow. the alcohol will be returned to the mother’s system by passing across the placenta. and difficulty in remembering. The rate at which it is able to eliminate the alcohol from the blood of the fetus is much slower. Babies born after exposure to alcohol generally exhibit facial distortion. 12 . Eventually. May 6. According to the passage. irreversible damage to the fetus. However. Simply speaking. Research has shown that as little as one drink of alcohol can produce significant. the fetus’s liver is not completely developed (how developed it is depends on its stage of development).

12 .Reading 1 Reading Examination Practice VI Sunday. May 6.

  Language use and Usage Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift SECTION 1: LANGUAGE USE AND USAGE SIGNS AND ADVERTISEMENT DIRECTIONS: Look at each sign or advertisements then choose the best answers to the questions. 12 . May 6. Both answers must be correct in order for you to gain one mark. Sunday. Each sign is followed by two questions. you will not gain any mark. If either of your answers is wrong.

Where would you see this sign? 1. On a road 3. On a door Sunday. 2. On a plane 2. 1.  EXAMPLE: Look at the sign below Language use and Usage Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift A. On a taxi 4. May 6. 4. What does this sign mean? No left turn No way to turn No U turn 4. No U arrow B. 3. 12 .

On a door The correct answers are A3 and B2. 12 . No U arrow B. What does this sign mean? No left turn No way to turn No U turn 4. 1. Where would you see this sign? 1. On a plane 2. 4. On a road 3.  EXAMPLE: Look at the sign below Language use and Usage Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift A. Sunday. 2. On a taxi 4. May 6. you must darken the circle under number 3 for question A and darken the circle number 2 for question B in the Answer Sheet. Therefore. 3.

12 . Look at the sign below Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift A. Your baggage is claimed 3.  Language use and Usage Now start to work on the following questions. Where can you see this sign? 1. Get your baggage here 2. 1. In a national park 4. In a hotel room 2. What does this sign mean? 1. Look for your baggage 4. In an airport Sunday. May 6. Claim your baggage B. In a police station 3.

  Language use and Usage This film is suitable for people over 18 years old 2. 12 . What does this sign mean? B. A cinema owner 18 years 3. An office manager This film can still be used after 2. 3. A. May 6. Read the sign below. 1. A resort guest You cannot watch this film if you 4. An air hostess are under 18 You should only watch this film when you are over 18 Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Sunday. 4. Who might put up this This film is about children or sign? teenagers 1. 2.

They walk up and down the ____5____. 4. and tomatoes. The name of their supermarket is Safeway. so they can’t use the ____8____. Luckily. They are hungry. 3. aisles stalls alleys slots 6. crackers. mall list cart zone 5. pasta. so it is cheaper than usual. (They are buying a lot of things. so they go to the supermarket. they take their groceries to the car and go home. so they choose a lot of different food: soba noodles. Before they go into the ____3____.  DIRECTIONS: Read the passages carefully and choose the best word to fill in each blank Vocabulary Reading 1 Brat and Sue need to buy food. chocolate. 1. Brat also buys some cat food for Kitty. 3. Brat and Sue ____7____ at the check-out counter. cat food is ____6____. way store path start 4. 2. jumble sale for sale up for on sale sale Sunday. Finally. After the cashier gives them their ____9____. 12 . nuts. Brat gets a shopping ____4____. May 6.

 

DIRECTIONS: Read the passages carefully and choose the best word to fill in each blank

Vocabulary

Reading 1

Brat and Sue need to buy food, so they go to the supermarket. The name of their supermarket is Safeway. Before they go into the ____3____, Brat gets a shopping ____4____. They walk up and down the ____5____. They are hungry, so they choose a lot of different food: soba noodles, pasta, chocolate, nuts, crackers, and tomatoes. Brat also buys some cat food for Kitty. Luckily, cat food is ____6____, so it is cheaper than usual. Finally, Brat and Sue ____7____ at the check-out counter. (They are buying a lot of things, so they can’t use the ____8____. After the cashier gives them their ____9____, they take their groceries to the car and go home. 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. get in touch get in line get in on get in with 8. express lane emergency path immediate instant access way 9. paper slip money change

Sunday, May 6, 12

 

Reading Comprehension
Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift

DIRECTIONS Read the passages carefully and choose the correct answer to each question. You will gain one mark for each correct answer.

Sunday, May 6, 12

 

Reading Comprehension
AIDS STATISTICS
Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift

PASSAGE 1
State Number of cases City Number of cases New York 36,459 New York 31,635 California 32,547 Los Angeles 11,409 Florida 15,277 San Francisco 9,943 Texas 12,947 Houston 5,086 New Jersey 10,955 Washington, D.C. 4,886

Sunday, May 6, 12

 

Reading Comprehension
AIDS STATISTICS
Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift

PASSAGE 1
State Number of cases City Number of cases New York 36,459 New York 31,635 California 32,547 Los Angeles 11,409 Florida 15,277 San Francisco 9,943 Texas 12,947 Houston 5,086 New Jersey 10,955 Washington, D.C. 4,886

11. Which city has the most AIDS cases? 1. New York 2. California 3. New Jersey 4. Washington

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635 California 32.955 Washington.947 Houston 5.459 New York 31.547 Los Angeles 11.409 Florida 15.086 New Jersey 10. May 6.  Reading Comprehension AIDS STATISTICS Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 1 State Number of cases City Number of cases New York 36. 12 .886 Sunday. 4.277 San Francisco 9.943 Texas 12. D.C.

459 2.955 Washington.824 3.886 4.086 New Jersey 10.  Reading Comprehension AIDS STATISTICS Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 1 State Number of cases City Number of cases New York 36. 4.947 Houston 5. 5. 36. 4. How many of the New York cases are outside New York city? 1.943 Texas 12. May 6.277 San Francisco 9.C.547 Los Angeles 11.635 California 32.284 Sunday.409 Florida 15.886 12. 12 .459 New York 31. 4. D.

C.277 San Francisco 9. 4.547 Los Angeles 11.459 New York 31.947 Houston 5.955 Washington.886 Sunday.635 California 32. 12 .943 Texas 12.  Reading Comprehension AIDS STATISTICS Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 1 State Number of cases City Number of cases New York 36. D. May 6.086 New Jersey 10.409 Florida 15.

955 Washington. fewer than that in Los Angeles 3.947 Houston 5.C. 4. The number of AIDS cases in Florida is _________.635 California 32. Sunday.086 New Jersey 10.459 New York 31.943 Texas 12. 1. May 6.C. greater than the number in New York city 4. the most of any state 2.547 Los Angeles 11. 12 . D.277 San Francisco 9.886 13.  Reading Comprehension AIDS STATISTICS Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 1 State Number of cases City Number of cases New York 36.409 Florida 15. D. fewer than the combined total of Texas and Washington.

955 Washington.943 Texas 12.  Reading Comprehension AIDS STATISTICS Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 1 State Number of cases City Number of cases New York 36.086 New Jersey 10. 12 .886 Sunday.635 California 32.C. 4.277 San Francisco 9.409 Florida 15.947 Houston 5. May 6.547 Los Angeles 11.459 New York 31. D.

2. 12 .947 Houston 5. is the AIDS capital of the U. New Jersey __________________. May 6.943 Texas 12.  Reading Comprehension AIDS STATISTICS Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 1 State Number of cases City Number of cases New York 36.277 San Francisco 9.409 Florida 15. has the least number of AIDS cases of any other city or state 4. D.635 California 32.459 New York 31.S.A.886 14.955 Washington. 1.C. has the number of AIDS cases in any state 3. has more AIDS cases than San Francisco but fewer than Los Angeles Sunday.547 Los Angeles 11. 4.086 New Jersey 10.

  PASSAGE 2 Many people think that the common North American diet consists of fast food – hamburgers. French fries. fried chicken. and junk food – candy. hot dogs. May 6. pizza. cookies. Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Sunday. and other things without much nutritional value. 12 . It also includes convenience foods. potato chips. etc. usually frozen or canned.

pizza. cookies. frozen and canned food ฀ Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Sunday. hot dogs. May 6. 1. potato chips. It also includes convenience foods. and junk food – candy. usually frozen or canned. French fries. 12 .  PASSAGE 2 Many people think that the common North American diet consists of fast food – hamburgers. fried chicken. fast food 2. etc. common North American diet 4. convenience food 3. 15. The underlined word “It” (line 2) refers to __________. and other things without much nutritional value.

etc. do not take time to cook 2. cookies. It also includes convenience foods. cookies. hot dogs. potato chips are similar because they __________. common North American diet 4. pizza. May 6. The underlined word “It” (line 2) refers to __________. and junk food – candy. 12 Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift . convenience food 3. fast food 2. 1. usually frozen or canned. 15. fried chicken. frozen food Sunday. potato chips. frozen and canned food ฀ 16.  PASSAGE 2 Many people think that the common North American diet consists of fast food – hamburgers. French fries. 1. Candy. and other things without much nutritional value. are all fast food 4. do not have much nutrition 3.

French fries. ฀ Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Sunday. cookies. pizza. May 6. and junk food – candy. potato chips. usually frozen or canned. etc.  PASSAGE 2 Many people think that the common North American diet consists of fast food – hamburgers. It also includes convenience foods. hot dogs. and other things without much nutritional value. 12 . fried chicken.

12 . hot dogs. It also includes convenience foods. etc. fried chicken. pizza. French fries. and junk food – candy. what American generally eat 2. 1. fast food and junk food 3. cookies. nutritional value of food Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift Sunday. frozen and canned food 4. potato chips. and other things without much nutritional value. May 6. The passage is mainly about __________.  PASSAGE 2 Many people think that the common North American diet consists of fast food – hamburgers. ฀ 17. usually frozen or canned.

separated from one another on the otherwise flat land. Who knows when one might blow apart or shoot rock and ashes into the air? Not long ago. In Arizona there are thousands of them. There are also volcanoes in the West that are not dead but are sleeping. May 6. Sunday. the entire side of Mount Saint Helen was blown away – rock and soil were thrown into the air. and forests were blown flat. 12 .  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 3 Many mountains and hills in the West are dead volcanoes.

Who knows when one might blow apart or shoot rock and ashes into the air? Not long ago.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 3 Many mountains and hills in the West are dead volcanoes. volcanoes in the West Sunday. volcanoes 2. 12 . 18. From the passage we learn mostly about _________. May 6. 1. the entire side of Mount Saint Helen was blown away – rock and soil were thrown into the air. dead volcanoes 3. In Arizona there are thousands of them. There are also volcanoes in the West that are not dead but are sleeping. Mount Saint Helens 4. and forests were blown flat. separated from one another on the otherwise flat land.

Who knows when one might blow apart or shoot rock and ashes into the air? Not long ago. Sunday. and forests were blown flat. 12 .  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 3 Many mountains and hills in the West are dead volcanoes. There are also volcanoes in the West that are not dead but are sleeping. In Arizona there are thousands of them. separated from one another on the otherwise flat land. May 6. the entire side of Mount Saint Helen was blown away – rock and soil were thrown into the air.

There are also volcanoes in the West that are not dead but are sleeping.We learn from the passage that a sleeping volcano __________. the entire side of Mount Saint Helen was blown away – rock and soil were thrown into the air.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 3 Many mountains and hills in the West are dead volcanoes. will surely awaken 4. Who knows when one might blow apart or shoot rock and ashes into the air? Not long ago. 19 . 12 . May 6. moves while it sleeps Sunday. might wake up some day 2. and forests were blown flat. In Arizona there are thousands of them. will always sleep 3. 1. separated from one another on the otherwise flat land.

Sunday. and forests were blown flat. 12 . Who knows when one might blow apart or shoot rock and ashes into the air? Not long ago. In Arizona there are thousands of them. separated from one another on the otherwise flat land. the entire side of Mount Saint Helen was blown away – rock and soil were thrown into the air. May 6. There are also volcanoes in the West that are not dead but are sleeping.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 3 Many mountains and hills in the West are dead volcanoes.

Who knows when one might blow apart or shoot rock and ashes into the air? Not long ago. separated from one another on the otherwise flat land. it was a __________. mountain in Arizona Sunday. 20.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 3 Many mountains and hills in the West are dead volcanoes. 12 . There are also volcanoes in the West that are not dead but are sleeping. sleeping volcano 4. 1. the entire side of Mount Saint Helen was blown away – rock and soil were thrown into the air. In Arizona there are thousands of them. Before Mount Saint Helens was blown apart. hill in Arizona 3. dead volcano 2. May 6. and forests were blown flat.

It is as if a child spent its life in darkness in bed. Sunday. They have neither eyes nor ears. with nothing to see or hear. There are no seasons. 12 . and no stars. no moon.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 4 At the bottom of the sea there are creatures that do not know what light means. May 6. For them there is no day or night. no sun. and they can only feel.

and no stars. They have neither eyes nor ears. For them there is no day or night. changes in day and night and seasons 4. 21. It is as if a child spent its life in darkness in bed. and they can only feel. with nothing to see or hear. There are no seasons. differences among creatures of the earth ฀ Sunday. 1. 12 . sea creatures at the bottom of the sea 3. May 6. no sun. no moon. how strange living creatures are 2. From the passage we mostly learn about __________.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 4 At the bottom of the sea there are creatures that do not know what light means.

Sunday. There are no seasons. May 6. They have neither eyes nor ears. For them there is no day or night. no moon. 12 . It is as if a child spent its life in darkness in bed. with nothing to see or hear.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 4 At the bottom of the sea there are creatures that do not know what light means. no sun. and they can only feel. and no stars.

and no stars. and they can only feel. There are no seasons. They have neither eyes nor ears. It is as if a child spent its life in darkness in bed. live in darkness 4. 22. We learn from the passage that sea creatures __________. have no sense of touch 3. hear the sounds of the ocean Sunday. 12 . no moon. with nothing to see or hear. 1. have the same senses a humans 2.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 4 At the bottom of the sea there are creatures that do not know what light means. May 6. For them there is no day or night. no sun.

  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 4 At the bottom of the sea there are creatures that do not know what light means. no sun. and they can only feel. ฀ Sunday. There are no seasons. no moon. May 6. It is as if a child spent its life in darkness in bed. 12 . They have neither eyes nor ears. with nothing to see or hear. and no stars. For them there is no day or night.

an animal without the sense of touch 3. 1. no moon. It is as if a child spent its life in darkness in bed.  Reading Comprehension Reading 1 Lesson: 14/14 Reading Examination Practice V-VI • Reading Skill :Short and Long Passage • Vocabulary Skill: Sentence Completion By: P’Gift PASSAGE 4 At the bottom of the sea there are creatures that do not know what light means. and they can only feel. For them there is no day or night. and no stars. 12 . ฀ 23. a sea creature without sight or hearing Sunday. with nothing to see or hear. They have neither eyes nor ears. a child who can hear 2. no sun. A child in darkness in bed is like __________. May 6. There are no seasons. someone who lives where there are no seasons 4.

Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg. a possession as solid as an estate. and to those who have neither art nor science. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure. Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. year by year. of what we want and not of what we have. It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. An inspiration is a joy forever. an income of pleasurable activity. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 .PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. May 6. Sunday.

Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play. women and fossils 2. “these two amulets” in line 12 refers to _________.PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. An inspiration is a joy forever. an income of pleasurable activity. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty. 1. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. work and pleasure 3. and to those who have neither art nor science. of what we want and not of what we have. estate and poverty 4. To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 24. a possession as solid as an estate. The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg. desire and curiosity . year by year. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure. May 6. Sunday. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us.

Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. desire and curiosity 25. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. women and fossils 2. 1. An inspiration is a joy forever. Money that we will never throw away . fortune that we never tire of 4. The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg. Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure. year by year. Sunday. a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us. an income of pleasurable activity. luck that can never be taken away 2. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 24. It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. “a fortune which we can never exhaust ” in line 3 means ________. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty. estate and poverty 4. work and pleasure 3. of what we want and not of what we have. To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. property that is never use up 3.PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. 1. “these two amulets” in line 12 refers to _________. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. and to those who have neither art nor science. a possession as solid as an estate. May 6.

The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg. It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure.PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 . To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. May 6. Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play. Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. Sunday. and to those who have neither art nor science. an income of pleasurable activity. An inspiration is a joy forever. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. of what we want and not of what we have. year by year. a possession as solid as an estate. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty.

constant studies of art and science . a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us. To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. of what we want and not of what we have. Man’s true happiness lies in his __________. frequent desire for pleasure 2. and to those who have neither art nor science. an income of pleasurable activity. Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play. a possession as solid as an estate. May 6. regular play and theater going 3. Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. An inspiration is a joy forever. The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. Sunday. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 26. It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty. continual stimulation in life 4. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure. 1.PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. year by year.

To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. frequent desire for pleasure 2. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 26. regular play and theater going 3. and to those who have neither art nor science. of what we want and not of what we have. continual stimulation in life 4. Sunday. 1. The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg.PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. a possession as solid as an estate. a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us. Man’s true happiness lies in his __________. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. Through desires and curiosity man __________. 1. year by year. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. can make his life interesting . can see the world with two eyes 4. an income of pleasurable activity. May 6. constant studies of art and science 27. finds the world constantly changing 3. Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure. It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty. Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. An inspiration is a joy forever. finds beautiful women and interesting fossils 2.

an income of pleasurable activity. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure. Sunday.PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. An inspiration is a joy forever. of what we want and not of what we have. and to those who have neither art nor science. a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty. The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg. a possession as solid as an estate. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 . It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. year by year. Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play. To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. May 6.

Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg. possesses a lot of properties 4. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. Sunday. According to the writer. an income of pleasurable activity. a possession as solid as an estate. studies about life 3. It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. of what we want and not of what we have. An inspiration is a joy forever.PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. loses his whole estate . Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play. is interested in life 2. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 28. year by year. a rich man is one who _________. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty. a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us. To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. and to those who have neither art nor science. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. 1. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure. May 6.

and to those who have neither art nor science. is interested in life 2. spiritual pleasure us more valuable than property 3. year by year. an income of pleasurable activity. to be happy is to be pleased with what we have 4. It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. life without property is a very dull and ill-directed theater 2. Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play. a rich man is one who _________. Sunday. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty. a possession as solid as an estate. According to the writer. To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. An inspiration is a joy forever. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure. studies about life 3. 1. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 28. May 6.PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg. a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us. According to the writer _________. of what we want and not of what we have. 1. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. loses his whole estate 29. a man with curiosity will always lose his whole estate . possesses a lot of properties 4.

and to those who have neither art nor science. Sunday. An inspiration is a joy forever. a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. of what we want and not of what we have. a possession as solid as an estate. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty. Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. an income of pleasurable activity. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. year by year. Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play.PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 . May 6. To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg.

pessimistic . scientific 2. a possession as solid as an estate. humorous 3.PASSAGE 5 To be truly happy is a question for how we begin and not of how we end. of what we want and not of what we have. Desire and curiosity are the two eyes through which he sees the world in constant changing colors. An inspiration is a joy forever. a fortune which we can never exhaust and which give us. philosophical 4. The world is a mere arrangement of colors or a rough footway where they may very well break their leg. and to those who have neither art nor science. It is because of his own desires and curiosities that a man is charmed by the look of thing and people. an income of pleasurable activity. 12   Reading Comprehension Reading 1 30. but if he keeps these two amulets he is still rich in possibilities of pleasure. it is they that make women beautiful of fossils interesting. Man may lose his whole estate and be reduced to poverty. year by year. To have many of these is to be spiritually rich. May 6. and that he wakes up every morning with a renewed appetite for work and pleasure. Life is only a dull and ill-directed theater unless we have some interest in the play. The tone of the passage may be described as 1. Sunday.