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(B) to describe the
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(B) it successfully implemented
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18. CyboInverter is the

equipment for .... (A)
energy saving
(B) alternative
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Dear day‟s newspaper?
Sir/Madam (A) to present information based
I am writing to complain about on fact
an article in last Monday newspaper, (B) to conduct more research
”Schools fail low income children”. As the (C) to fixed information given
head teacher of one of the largest (D) to explain more about that
juniors high schools in the city, i school
fell strongly that the article does (E) to be responsible for the report
not describe our school.
My school has children from
many diferent eco- nomic
background, but a large
percentage come from lower-
income families. Nevertheless,
our test show that the children
do well and benefit from the
excellent works our teacher do.
Last year our school moved from
24th to 5th place ac- cording to
the oficial assessment by the
state government. This is clearly not the
“failure” that the article suggest.
I would strongly recommend that
more careful research should be
conducted in the future so that
your newspaper will more
realistically de- scribe the true
situation in our schools.

19. The letters shows Mr. Gonzales‟s

disagreement with the newspaper‟s claim
that ....
(A) children from low-income
families do not perform well
in the official assessment
(B) the poor students in her
school fair in the national
(C) her school only admit
students from eco- nomically
advantaged families
(D) many of her students fail
because of their
parent‟s low-income
(E) low-income children are not as
good as high
-income children

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house hidden in the midle of the
forest and there the deer
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which flew at the hunter to
touch him and complete the evil
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reach him, a butterfly landed (49) ...
the young man‟s shoulder and that
was enough to break the witch‟s
spell. The butterfly changed herself into
a beautiful hunter with drawn
bow and arrow (50) ... at the

48. ....
old (B)
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(D) wise
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