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LISTENING TEST

PART A Directions: In Part A you will hear short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a third person will ask a question about what was said. You will hear each conversation just one time. Therefore, you must listen carefully to understand what each speaker says. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers in your test book and decide which one is the best answer to the question you heard. Then on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the answer you have chosen. 1. (A) She really likes the song. (B) She really dislikes the song. (C) She does not get to hear the song often enough. (D) She has heard the song too much. 2. (A) Man (C) Melisa (B) Woman (D) Erik

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man did not wash the dishes. man was reading. man did not attend the meeting with her. meeting did not go as planned.

8. (A) Go out in the sailboat if there are thunder showers (B) Watch the weather forecast herself (C) Go out in the sailboat if the weather is nice (D) Buy a sailboat if the weather is nice 9. (A) Three (C) Five days (B) A week (D) One month

10. (A) He gets his fortune told regularly, and thinks it is worthwhile. (B) He has never had his palm read by a fortune teller. (C) He has had his fortune told, but thinks it is worthless to do so. (D) He enjoys spending the time and money to have his palm read by a fortune teller. 11. (A) The woman doesn't need summer clothes. (B) They should have started looking for summer clothes earlier. (C) Weekend is not a good time for shopping. (D) It's not time yet to look for summer clothes. 12. (A) Three fifteen (C) Two Thirty 13. (A) One (C) Three 14. (A) (B) (C) (D)

3. (A) They have already eaten. (B) They will eat later when they are more hungry. (C) They will leave now to go to eat at a restaurant. (D) They will eat a lunch now that the man prepares. 4. (A) (B) (C) (D) Give it stitches. Nothing, it is merely a scratch. Perform an operation. Bandage it.

(B) Three o'clock (D) Three thirty

5. (A) The woman is usually careless when packing. (B) Missing little things when packing is a common occurrence. (C) The woman is always packing. (D) He is the one who had missed the little things when packing. 6. (A) Ten (C) Three (B) Two (D) Five

(B) Two (D) Four

It is not surprising that Tim was happy. Tim's salary is not wonderful. Tim never thought about his salary. Tim was not happy or surprised.

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does not like to talk. talks nonstop. is pleasant to talk with. always talks about boxing.

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Dr. Sampson The man Dr. Jones Both Dr. Jones and Dr. Sampson

25. (A) Gary is crazy. (B) The house was not built to Gary's satisfaction. (C) He was surprised that Gary sold the house. (D) Gary had to sell his house to pay his debts.

PART B

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Directions: In Part B you will hear extended conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a third person will ask several questions about what was said. You will hear each conversation and the questions about it just one time. They will not be written out for you. Therefore, you must listen carefully to understand what each speaker says. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers in your test book and decide which one is the best answer to the question you heard. Then on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the answer you have chosen. 26. (A) His siblings (B) His cousins (C) His parents (D) His grandparents 27. (A) Weekend (C) Afternoon 28. (A) Home (C) Aquarium 29. (A) (B) (C) (D) Only Only Only Only (B) Evening (D) Morning (B) Amusement park (D) Studio tour

19. (A) She does not like talking to the man. (B) She is not the right person to talk to. (C) She does not have time at the moment but she can talk tomorrow. (D) She can talk if he can finish fast. 20. (A) (B) (C) (D) 21. (A) (B) (C) (D) 22. (A) (B) (C) (D)

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has an unfriendly attitude. is friendly. is a quiet person. one in the office is as unpopular as Rick is.

The article has many good ideas. They should finish reading the article. The man has no idea how bad the article is. It would be nice to take a break Watching a TV program Going through files Discussing a project Working on a computer

new movies bad movies school movies famous movies (B) At home (D) At a park

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23. (A) Her pie is excellent. (B) Her mother and her aunt made better pies than this. (C) Her mother made better pies than her aunt. (D) Her mother and her aunt gave her more compliments.

31. (A) He got a job in Italy. (B) He was here only for studies; so legally, he cannot stay any longer. (C) He misses his country. (D) He failed in many subjects. 32. (A) (B) (C) (D) Get a job for him Take his picture Teach him English Give him a parting gift

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33. (A) Because Mike himself was planning to take a picture of the class. (B) Because he doesn't like the woman (C) Because he has already bought something else (D) Because Mike is more fond of books 34. (A) Dictionaries published by different publishing houses (B) Hardbound editions of good dictionaries (C) Dictionaries not available in Italy (D) Different dictionaries serving various purposes 35. (A) She doesn't like it. (B) She agrees to it as dictionaries are always useful. (C) She does not understand what he said. (D) She is impressed by the man's greatness. 36. (A) (B) (C) (D) They had a long day. They should not attend the meeting. There are some good restaurants around. Food is an interesting subject. (B) In a hotel (D) At her sister's

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37. (A) At home (C) In a motel 38. (A) (B) (C) (D) 39. (A) (B) (C) (D) 40. (A) (B) (C) (D)

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48. (A) To keep the animals under control (B) To have music for the visitors (C) To provide the animals with special sound effects of their natural surroundings (D) To record the conversations of the visitors 49. (A) Because if the animals weren't caged, the roads would look like jungles. (B) Because our roads are as dangerous for animals as dark jungles are for us. (C) Because there are so many accidents on roads every day. (D) Because roads pass through jungles. 50. (A) (B) (C) (D) A lover of animals A student of sound effects An authority on jungles A true friend

PART C

Directions: In Part C you will hear short talks. At the end of each talk, a second person will ask several questions about what was said. You will hear each talk and the questions about it just one time. They will not be written out for you. Therefore, you must listen carefully to understand what each speaker says. After you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your test book and decide which one is the best answer to the question you heard. Then on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the answer you have chosen.

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1. I'm afraid you've signed the agreement now, Mr. Blake. It's too late to back ............ it. a. out of c. away with 2. b. away from d. down to

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Because of possible bomb threats the Queen has decided to .................her proposed visit to Northern Ireland next month. a. call out c. call up b. call away d. call off

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When Joan returned to school after her illness, she had to work really hard to catch .......... the others. a. in with c. up with b. up to d. round to

While they were on holiday their house was broken .. and some valuable paintings were stolen. a. down c. about b. into d. away

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There were so many people leaving the hotel that it took nearly an hour to.................... a. check up c. check in b. check out d. check over

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I'm not surprised that Tom and Julie have...................They were never really suited. a. broken down c. broken up b. broken off d. broken away

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Do you think you could ............. these figures for me just to make sure they're correct. a. check over c. check in b. check off d. check through

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When a fire...............at least ten priceless paintings were completely destroyed. a. broke out b. broke off c. broke down d. broke through

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It looks as if the weather is beginning to .................at last. a. clear off c. clear away b. clear out d. clear up

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Seeing the couple walking hand in hand ............memories of his own first love. a. brought up c. brought out b. brought back d. brought on 14.

This is a word I have never comebefore. a. across c. through b. on d. to

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I think it's a lot more difficult to................. children nowadays than it used to be. a. bring out c. bring on b. bring off d. bring up 15.

In her first year in business, my aunt came..more problems than she had expected. a. down on c. in to b. out of d. up against

You can count . me if you ever want any help. a. in c. up b. on d. by

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A: And another thing I'd like to say is that... B: Sorry to .................. Mr. Green, but you're wanted on the phone. It's your wife. a. butt in c. stop over b. get through d. go over

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I don't think they'd really like it if we just ..............them. You know how they like to tidy up before visitors come. a. run out on c. call by b. drop in on d. go along

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A: Where do you want me to.............. you.......... Jane? B: Outside the station, if it's all right. a. take off c. drop off b. bring off d. leave off

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The fact is, doctor, I just can't this dreadful cough. a. get out of c. get down to b. get rid of d. get round to

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Mr. Brown still hadn't faced.............. the fact that they're never going to make him Assistant Manager. a. up to c. on in b. down in d. round to

You look very unhappy, Doris. What's the matter? Is something getting you ............ ? a. along c. in b. down d. up

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David, do you think you could................. a meeting with Mr. Brown for one day next week? a. catch up c. fix up b. have round d. work out

Although I hadn't worked very hard, I still managed to .................. (pass) the exam. a. put up c. get through b. come round d. pick up

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If she hadn't given him .............., the police would never have found him. a. away c. in b. for d. off

They surrounded the enemy and forced them to ......................... . a. give in c. give up b. give out d. give over

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The thieves................... (escaped) by rushing into the underground. a. got back c. picked up b. got away d. got through

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Oh, Charles, could you................. (distribute) the books, please? a. give out c. put away b. give in d. put out

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I don't know how they................ (manage/ survive financially) now that Harry's out of work. a. go on c. get over b. get by d. pass out

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After failing his driving test four times, he finally trying to pass. a. gave up c. gave off b. gave away d. gave in

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Right, if you're really ready, I think it's time to get.............. some work. a. round to c. on in b. down in d. down to

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I'll have to ................now, I'm afraid; there is someone at the door. a. hang on c. hang out b. hang up d. hang back

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We live in a friendly community and everyone each other very well a. gets on with c. gets out of b. gets up to d. gets down to

Would youa minute please, I'll try to connect you. a. keep on c. hold on b. stay on d. stop on

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I'm sorry I'm late. I was.. in the traffic. a. held back c. held over b. held down d. held up

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Was that true or did you..................? a. make it up c. make it off b. make it out d. make it over

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In some parks visitors are requested to keep .the grass. a. off c. out b. aside d. away

I'llin my car on the way to work. a. take you out c. let you off b. bring you up d. pick you up

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In order to be able to afford a holiday every summer I have to try to put ......... some money each month. a. away c. in b. for d. off

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I try to keep.. the latest fashions by going lots of shows in London. a. up with c. up to b. along with d. next to

I had to put.. having the party because I was ill. a. up c. off b. through d. on

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Manchester United's chances of going to the final of the Champions League were ended when they were knocked ............... by Real Madrid in the semifinal. a. back c. out b. up d. away

I find her husband unbearable, and I can't imagine how she can put..his awful behavior . a. on to c. down on b. up with d. away from

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We shall have toif we want to go to Florida this summer. a. save up c. put aside b. put away d. lay up

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If you don't know what the word means, you'd better .................. in the dictionary. a. look it over c. look it up b. look for it d. look into it

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Don't take any notice on him, Janet. He's only trying to show............. . a. away c. in b. for d. off

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We look. to receiving a prompt reply to our letter. a. round c. after b. through d. forward

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The plane late because of the terrible weather. a. blew up c. went on b. grew up d. took off

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..........................! (Be careful) There is a car coming! a. look at c. hold up b. look out d. keep up

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Anyway, John................ (remove) your coat and come through and meet the others. a. take off c. hold up b. get together d. put on

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STRUCTURE TEST
1. When he was going away for the weekend, he _____ his neighbor water the lawn. (A) got (C) requested 2. (B) has (D) had

If we __________ salt, the soup would have been tastier. (A) add (C) don't add (B) could add (D) had added

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For a variety of reasons, many American young adults are returning home or are not leaving home at all, ___________________. (A) which has made families to react in different ways. (B) which makes families react in different ways to this. (C) to which makes families react in different ways. (D) which is making families react in different ways.

Not only did many people volunteer to bring food for the picnic, ______________ (A) but also drinks and games. (B) many people offered to bring drinks and games. (C) many people did not offer to bring drinks and games. (D) they brought food.

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Vasco Nunez de Balboa _________ the Pacific Ocean in 1513. (A) (B) (C) (D) was discovered had discover discovered discover

Had I run out of gas, I __________ called the garage. (A) (B) (C) (D) had would have would should have

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While my brother has excellent eyesight, he _____ hard of hearing. (A) has (C) was (B) is (D) isn't

Paterson was angry _____ his friend and threw a book at him. (A) with (C) on (B) at (D) about

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My cousin lives _____ a farm. (A) at (C) in (B) on (D) within 14.

You _____ better study a lot next week, if you want to get through that exam. (A) should (C) will (B) had (D) must

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When she was a young girl, she used to wish she _____ a princess. (A) were (C) is (B) was (D) became

Your friends won't be late,________? (A) won't they (C) isn't it (B) will they (D) is it

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Travelers checks are useful when one is traveling because _________ people refuse to accept them. (A) quite a few (C) few (B) a few (D) many

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_________________________ guns had been made by skilled gunsmiths, one at a time. (A) In 1798, Eli Whitney came up with a new idea, (B) In 1798, when Eli Whitney came up with a new idea, (C) Since 1798 Eli Whitney had been working on a new idea, (D) Until 1798, when Eli Whitney came up with a new idea, TEST YOUR ENGLISH
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We usually expect that __________ bring bad news. (A) a telegram (C) telegram (B) telegrams (D) the telegrams

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A) The legendary Robin Hood B) used to steal from the rich people C) to give to D) all poor. Although the poor families are A) fast learning the new trade, the B) lack of education C) are hampering D) their advancement. In A) the event something happening B) to the family, C) the lawyer assured her that the house would D) go to her friend. The A) entire city B) except the western section C) is D) being plunge into darkness for the night. Frank and Anna Johnson A) had a daughter who B) were born in 1950, but who C) died a few years D) later. Americans tend to embody A) to what many B) is a curious combination of admiration C) for their political system in general and disdain for D) its particular operations. I A) have been having headaches so often B) later C) that I think I D) ought to see a doctor. A) Thousands years ago, the world had several ice B) ages; or C) periods of time when the climate was very cold and thick sheets of ice covered D) much of the earth. A) Hunger is B) not an unavoidable C) phenomena as are death and D) taxes. Peter Weir, A) the prominent Australian filmmaker and screenplay writer, B) and C) was planning to visit the United States to D) make a film. While most Americans may admire a person who A) speaks more than one B) language, most of them do not place any value C) on learning another language D) themself. A) Having spent his childhood longing for books, Andrew Carnegie realized their value and B) went on to become the largest donor of funds C) the American public library system has ever D) had donors. The A) survival instinct of cockroaches B) are so great that they C) are known to reproduce even D) within a ring of fire.

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1. I................. dropped the bottle of wine on the kitchen floor and apologized for that. a. generously c. accidentally 2. b. deliberately d. confidently 11.

He is a .................. man he does not hesitate to fight with a lion. a. coward c. healthy b. brave d. talented

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He had worked with wood all his life and was a skilled.................... a. potter c. butcher b. carpenter d. plumber

What about..................? Do you think I'll be able to fine a good house there? a. transition b. contribution c. qualification d. accommodation

The XYZ Video ................contains details of over 300 productions. a. brochure c. prospectus b. leaflet d. catalogue

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You aren't....................to smoke in here. It's no smoking compartment. a. let c. obliged b. allowed d. commanded

The managing director told the journalists he was ...................... of success. a. confident c. optimistic b. happy d. reliable

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A new Minister for Agriculture has been................... a. determined c. admitted b. appointed d. assumed

They have a tennis ..................... at the bottom of their garden. a. court c. ground b. field d. pitch

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He is very ................of his conduct and promises never to behave like that again. a. sorry c. ashamed b. miserable d. guilty 15.

Babies learn how to ............. before they walk. a. creep c. wonder b. crawl d. stroll

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If you want to learn something, you had better pay ...................in class. a. care c. attention b. respect d. notice

The music at modern discos is so loud that it can cause.................among teenagers. a. blindness c. deafness b. dumbness d. unconsciousness

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After spending large sums of money redecorating their house, the Brown's found themselves in.................. . a. common c. time b. debt d. public

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Liverpool are sure to................... Manchester United in the match on Saturday. a. win c. beat b. overcome d. gain

He was expecting to be the first, but he came the last. He was.............. a. amazed c. pleased b. stunned d. disappointed

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What have you put in this salad? It tastes................... a. interesting c. disgusting b. exciting d. shocking

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If you want to become ................. when you speak, you have to forget about making mistakes. a. practical c. clever b. fluent d. wise

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There have been many volcanic................... in the world history. a. explosions c. violences b. eruptions d. disturbances

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According to the weather ...................... it is going to be fine today. a. prediction c. announcement b. indication d. forecast

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We as a company feel that it is.....................to maintain good worker-management relations. a. moderate c. absolute b. special d. essential

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The boy was ........................ by the noise of the explosion. a. afraid c. frightened b. nervous d. fearful

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She refused my invitation three times, but ............. she accepted. a. recently c. nowadays b. presently d. eventually

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His father's ................... was a sad occasion. a. coffin c. cemetery b. funeral d. ceremony

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This book is sold in every country in the world...................the United States. a. except c. without b. other d. despite

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We farmers have an enormous amount of extra work to do at.......................time. a. crop c. harvest b. produce d. collection

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We will do ................... in the lab next lesson. a. an experience b. a research c. an investigation d. an experiment

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You don't have to wear a suit, it's going to be .. dinner. a. formal c. polite b. an informal d. a generous

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You can be made to pay a ..........................for smoking on the Underground. a. charge c. fine b. dept d. tax

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What would you do if you unexpectedly.............. a fortune. a. inherited c. gave b. descended d. handed

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Two hours after the child of the rich businessman had been ............ somebody telephoned the father and demanded 200 million. a. escaped c. brought b. kidnapped d. hijacked

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The river .................. east to the sea. a. rolls c. pours b. moves d. flows

I can't ......................you my camera, I need it myself. a. give c. have b. borrow d. lend

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The great .................... of people in this country nowadays owns a TV set. a. part c. number b. majority d. mass

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We shall have to ..............the meeting until next week, I'm afraid. a. reorganize c. postpone b. forward d. replace

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The street is so that pedestrians can pass along it only in single file. a. wide c. low b. long d. narrow usually

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In most parts of the world people suffer from.............. a. fame c. poverty b. salvation d. wealth

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During exams students become................... a. nervous c. generous

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My birthday party is special........... . a. situation c. case b. position d. occasion

They made ................... of 1000 pounds on the sale of their house. a. a gain c. a benefit b. a profit d. an increase

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During my stay in England I didn't have many........... to practice my language. a. luck c. opportunities b. possibilities d. probabilities

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He is so ................ his success that he always talks about it. a. proud of c. sincere with b. honest in d. thoughtful for

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If you want other people to understand you must speak very slowly and ............ after each work. a. interrupt c. continue b. pause d. shout

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The ................ at the football match became violent when their team lost. a. spectators c. observers b. groups d. customers

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The order to abandon ship was given and hundreds of people into the icy water. a. dipped c. sunk b. indulged d. plunged

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If you've got a..of cards, I'll show you some tricks. a. collection c. set b. pack d. parcel

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The current .........................of this town is about 200,000. a. membership c. number b. group d. population

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C A B D A D C 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 B A C A D B B C A 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 C B B B D A B B C 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 A A A A B C D A B 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 A C C D B A D A C 46 47 48 49 50 B A D D A

STRUCTURE TEST
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. (D) (A) (C) (B) (B) (A) (C) 8. (B) 9. (D) 10. (D) 11. (B) 12. (A) 13. (B) 14. (B) 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. (D) (D) (C) (D) (B) (A) (D) 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. (A) (B) (D) (A) (B) (B) (D) 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. (C) (A) (D) (B) (A) (B) (A) 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. (C) (B) (D) (D) (B)

VOCABULARY TEST
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 C D B B C C C C B 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 B D A A B C B D C 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 B D D A D C A D B 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 D C B C B A B D B 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 D A D C B D D C C 46 47 48 49 50 C B A A B

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