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1. CHOOSE THE BEST OPTION THAT COMPLETES EACH SENTENCE (1-70): She’s quite happy to chat with Ruth but she shuts up like a clam __________ I ask her anything.
whatsoever
wherever
whenever
whatever
**I don't know**

2. “Where’s Jack?” “I have just seen him; he __________ here to borrow a hammer.”
has come
had come
comes
came
**I don't know**

3. You’re not half __________ you think you are.
the same intelligent as
the most intelligent
. as intelligent as
more intelligent than
**I don't know**

4. I’m always sleeping in. I must have my watch __________ as soon as possible .
repaired
repairing
repair
repairs
**I don't know**

5. The windows are open. Someone __________ have forgotten to close them.
should
must
mustn’t
needn’t
**I don't know**

6. If I could afford it I __________ buy a fast car
will
had to
would
can
**I don't know**

7. I want to be at the cinema early so that we are__________ time to get good seats
at
in
on
by
**I don't know**

8. Since it is crowded everywhere on Sundays, I__________ going out on that day.
avoid
refuse
decide
imagine
**I don't know**

9. I felt very happy to see my old friend at the meeting last week as we__________ each other since our graduation from our school.
haven’t seen
didn’t see
hadn’t seen
wouldn’t see
**I don't know**

10. It is very important that she __________ before it is too late.
be warned
is warned
will be warned
can be warned
**I don't know**

11. We should have an early night after such a __________ day
tired
tiring
tireless
tiredness
**I don't know**

12. Had I known that you were coming, I _______________ you at the airport.
could meat
will have met
would have met
would meet
**I don't know**

13. _______________, but it also heats the earth.
The sun given us light.
Not only does the sun give us light
The sun which given us light.
Not only the sun gives us light.
**I don't know**

14. _______________ she was terribly tired, we had to go without her.
Due to
As to
As
Owing to
**I don't know**

15. What’s your new job _______________?
seem
as
like
look like
**I don't know**

16. You _______________ Jane at the party last night. She has been abroad for two months
wouldn’t have seen
might have seen
have seen
couldn’t have seen
**I don't know**

17. It seems that the train for which _______________ will never come.
we are waiting it
we are waiting
are we waiting
are waiting us
**I don't know**

18. There is _______________ that the government will increase taxes by five percent over the next year
doubtless
no word
no doubt
without question
**I don't know**

19. She insisted _______________ at home although I did my best to persuade her to go out
in staying
to stay
about staying
on staying
**I don't know**

20. Because he was very noisy, her mother _______________ in his room for two hours.
made him to stay
made him stay
made him staying
making him stay
**I don't know**

21. _______________ they are very poor, they are always neatly dressed.
Although
In spite of
Because of
On the contrary
**I don't know**

22. It is not wise _______________ that amount of cash with you.
for you carry
if you carry
to carry
carried
**I don't know**

23. - Will she visit us next weekend? - It’s not certain _______________ or not
she will
that she will
whether will
if she will
**I don't know**

24. – Do you want to go parachuting with us? – No, thanks! Even _______________ jumping from an aircraft terrifies me.
the idea that
the idea at
the idea of
the idea for
**I don't know**

25. She takes good care _______________ her books, so they look brand-new.
of
for
to
at
**I don't know**

26. – Do you get up early? – No, _______________ I don’t get up until 10 o’clock.
in the general
in general
in generally
on general
**I don't know**

27. After _______________ his character, I started to get on well with him.
I have understood
I understand
had understood
having understood
**I don't know**

28. Did you return the books _______________ two weeks ago?
you borrowed them from the library.
you borrowed from the library them.
you borrowed from the library.
you borrowed the library from.
**I don't know**

29. – We need a water treatment plant for our city. – Yes. _______________ wouldn’t be so much water pollution.
Then
Then they
Then it
Then there
**I don't know**

30. My sister _______________ every available book and article on cinema and can be said to be an expert in the subject
read
had read
will read
has read
**I don't know**

31. They stole three valuable paintings _______________ were in the art gallery.
there
that
where
whose
**I don't know**

32. There’s no point in telephoning him. He’s certain _______________ by now.
to leave
to have left
left
having left
**I don't know**

33. When he learnt the truth, he had a heart attack. I wish the doctor _______________ him the truth.
hasn’t told
didn’t tell
hadn’t told
not to tell
**I don't know**

34. She saw Clarissa immediately, but _______________ pretended to look around for her.
although
in case
nevertheless
despite
**I don't know**

35. She could not remember, _______________ hard she tried.
whatever
whoever
whenever
however
**I don't know**

36. All of the articles will have to be amended, _______________?
won’t they
will they
haven’t they
have they
**I don't know**

37. I put on a pullover _______________ feel warmer.
in order
not to
so as to
so that I will
**I don't know**

38. _______________being introduced to somebody, a British person often shakes hands.
At
On
To
In
**I don't know**

39. We’ve got a nice little house _______________ the river.
at
in
on
over
**I don't know**

40. Oh no! Those cars _______________!
are going to crash
will be crashing
are crashing
crash
**I don't know**

41. That song _______________ me of my youth.
recalls
remembers
reminds
recollects
**I don't know**

42. Remember to keep a first aid kit _______________ all the time.
On your hand
by hand
at your hand
at hand
**I don't know**

43. The immigrants were given a temporary residence _______________.
report
license
permit
certificate
**I don't know**

44. _______________ of infectious diseases in underdeveloped countries is one of the most important missions of the World Health Organisation.
Sophistication
Eradication
Contribution
Anticipation
**I don't know**

45. I listened to her _______________ and gave up smoking.
advice
authority
offer
telling
**I don't know**

46. There is a growing gap between what the country produces and what it _____________.
constructs
eats
consumes
intake
**I don't know**

47. The investigation has _____________ some serious faults in the system.
revealed
reviewed
seen
revised
**I don't know**

48. The town has changed so much that you wouldn’t _____________ it.
remember
reorder
restore
recognise
**I don't know**

49. She is _____________ on growing roses.
keen
interested
eager
fond
**I don't know**

50. He’s _____________ a fortune as a consultant engineer.
earning
gaining
inheriting
winning
**I don't know**

51. He _____________ at the letter in disbelief.
glimpsed
saw
stared
watched
**I don't know**

52. She told a lie rather than get her friend into _____________ .
mess
nuisance
problem
trouble
**I don't know**

53. We were _____________ to get back on dry land after our rough boat trip.
grateful
pleasant
accepted
pleasing
**I don't know**

54. I wish she wouldn’t go around with that boy; he’s got such a bad _____________ on her.
affection
pressure
influence
control
**I don't know**

55. It’s a common _____________ that black cats are unlucky.
supernatural
credulity
illusion
superstition
**I don't know**

56. The growth of a city often _____________ the value of land close to it.
enhances
entangles
entices
enlightens
**I don't know**

57. His _____________ effort at skating was a failure, but he succeeded the second time he tried.
inaugural
premium
prompt
initial
**I don't know**

58. The _____________ of this town are considered to have prejudice against outsiders.
inheritance
inhabitants
occupiers
public
**I don't know**

59. I have never been on good _____________ with my boss.
responses
exchanges
terms
feelings
**I don't know**

60. After much questioning, he _____________ the truth from the boy.
elicited
donated
revealed
imposed
**I don't know**

61. Food is _____________ to the public during times of shortage, such as crop failure.
regulated
re-distributed
retained
rationed
**I don't know**

62. The old lady who had fainted was _____________ with some cold water.
brought round
brought out
called back
brought off
**I don't know**

63. He thought the criticism that had followed his announcement would _____________ in time.
die down
die off
cut back
cut down
**I don't know**

64. He pretended to be angry but his eyes _____________ for he was laughing inside.
gave him out
gave him in
gave him away
gave him up
**I don't know**

65. It _____________ that the man Mary had met in the drugstore was her long lost uncle.
turned up
turned down
turned in
turned out
**I don't know**

66. She is always _____________ in performing her duties. So, don’t rely on her.
eager
passionate
sluggish
anxious
**I don't know**

67. Heat often _____________ pain. That’s one reason why doctors suggest hot baths for certain illnesses.
aggravates
relieves
charges
allays
**I don't know**

68. That horse is a _____________ and is one of the best on the farm .
pure-bred
genuine
compound
offspring
**I don't know**

69. She used _____________ means to gain power. She doesn’t really deserve her position in the company.
accepting
indifferent
dishonest
straight-forward
**I don't know**

70. I’m sick and tired of your _____________ complaints.
sporadic
perpetual
scant
provident
**I don't know**

71. FIND THE SYNONYM OF THE WORD IN QUOTATION (71-75): The Police "deduced" that the murder had been committed by a woman.
opposed
inferred
postponed
considered
**I don't know**

72. The "tenants" of this residence fear that they will have to move if the landlord decides to move in .
owners
keepers
occupants
cleaners
**I don't know**

73. The suspect gave the witness a "baleful" look as he was being taken away.
threatening
overwhelmed
pleading
weary
**I don't know**

74. Martin glanced round to confirm that he was alone.
substantiate
understand
corroborate
test
**I don't know**

75. Venice’s captivating beauty lured the campers to sleep the night out in the open.
intense
charming
shocking
horrifying
**I don't know**

76. FIND THE IRRELEVANT SENTENCE(76-80): I. Mental health is essentially a public health problem; that is the ideal is to create circumstances for healthful living rather than to become preoccupied with the problems of disease. II. It is better to eliminate mosquitoes than to have to treat Malaria. III. There is a fact that some drugs reduce the distress of patients suffering from mental illness. IV. Similarly, it is better to provide for normal emotional development than to be concerned primarily with the therapy of neuroses.
I
II
III
IV
**I don't know**

77. I. There are people who object to fairy stories on the grounds that they are not objectively true, that giants, witches, two-headed dragons, magic carpets etc. do not exist and that instead of indulging his fantasies in fairy tales, the child should be taught how to adapt to reality by studying history and mechanics. II. Children’s likes vary in that; some like listening to stories while others would rather play games. III. I find such people so unsympathetic that I do not know how to argue with them. IV. If their case were sound, the world should be full of mad men attempting to fly from New York to Philadelphia on a stick or covering a telephone with kisses in the belief that it was their girlfriend.
I
II
III
IV
**I don't know**

78. I. The growth of the human mind seems to have come in great spurts after long periods of slow development and the most exciting spurt before modern times occurred in ancient Greece. II. Several hundreds years before Christ, men began to ask searching questions about themselves and the world they lived in. III. Thinking people found the Ancient Gods rather shabby, a little too human in their frailties to be regarded as divine. IV. They inquired into everything, for neither fear nor superstition made any subject forbidden to them.
I
II
III
IV
**I don't know**

79. I. The best way to learn is to teach. II. This is the message emerging from experiments in several schools in which teenage pupils who have problems at school themselves are tutoring younger children with remarkable results for both sides. III. Though their intelligence is around average, most of them have fallen behind on reading, writing and maths. IV. According to American research, pupil-tutoring wins “hands down” over computerised instruction and some teachers say that no other recent innovation has proved so consistently successful.
I
II
III
IV
**I don't know**

80. I. Bananas are a typical example of perishable goods, which cannot be stored for any length of time without going bad. II. Most foodstuffs are in the perishable category. III. There are some other fruits which are as nutritious as bananas. IV. Such goods are offered for sale as quickly as possible, and so the supply and the stock of them available at any time are usually the same in quantity.
I
II
III
IV
**I don't know**

81. READ THE PASSAGES AND ANSWER THE QUESTION (81-83): As world population becomes denser, we will feel greater pressure from expanding number of people. Some experts argue that we are approaching the limit of the number of people the earth can support adequately, and they feel we should turn to compulsory birth control. Other authorities feel that if birth control is imposed on the population, the future of mankind would be seriously endangered. They think that very intelligent people would be more likely to have fewer children, and this would bring about a lowering of the general level of intelligence in the population as a whole. However, some critics see a fallacy in this argument. In addition to genetics, they say, intelligence depends on an adequate diet, a good home environment, parental attention and education – all of which are increasing in the world as the general population becomes more affluent. 81. How do some scientists describe the world’s situation today?
is greater pressure on the people today than in the past.
People are getting more aware of birth control.
The number of people is increasing and it’s about to reach the limits of the earth’s capacity.
People are more intelligent today and they prefer to have few children.
**I don't know**

82. Why do some people disagree on birth control?
They believe if birth control is imposed, we would have more intelligent people, and this would change the balance.
They think that we don’t have the authority to interfere the balance of the nature.
They think that, by birth control, we would have fewer children and this would make the number of intelligent people less in the society.
They believe that the intelligence of people would be endangered.
**I don't know**

83. According to the passage which of the below sentences is true?
Rich people pollute the environment more than poor people do.
People with more money, bring up intelligent children.
People should never prefer birth control, because it can damage the nature.
If you have good education, good home environment and a healthy life, you are more likely to be intelligent.
**I don't know**

84. Lightning was so mysterious to the ancient Greeks that they thought it was a weapon used by their chief god, Zeus. Many persons today are afraid of lightning and would run from it if they thought escape was possible. There are good reasons for this fear. The electricity used by most homes has a force of 110 volts. The voltage of lightning may be 11.000.000 volts or more. While many are trying to hide from lightning, scientists are hunting for it and studying it. They set camera “traps” to photograph and measure it as it flashes between cloud and earth. They even make lightning in laboratories. These scientists tell us that lightning is most likely to strike high points, isolated trees, and tall chimneys, and that some good ways to avoid it are to keep away from hilltops, go into deep woods, or to stay in the center of a first-floor room. Also they tell us that it is no help to close windows and doors, or to crawl under featherbeds. We should hurry to the safest place possible and then enjoy watching thunderstorms, with their display of lightning, for there is no grander spectacle in nature. 84. Scientists seek lightning to___________
take a photograph of it.
admire it.
study it.
hide from it.
**I don't know**

85. Lightning is most likely to strike___________
groups of trees.
single trees which are far away from others.
deep woods.
trees under which people hide.
**I don't know**

86. The ancient Greeks ___________
knew what lightning was and feared it.
thought it was a god.
didn’t understand lightning.
used weapons to protect themselves from lightning.
**I don't know**

87. Scientists tell us that___________
it is not a bad idea to close windows and doors for protection.
hilltops are the safest places to be during thunderstorms.
the worst place to be is in the middle of a room on the first floor.
hiding under featherbeds wouldn’t do any good.
**I don't know**

88. Although there are differences in the level between the Great Lakes, a system of locks and canals has made navigation possible between them. The lakes play an important part in the iron and steel industry which exists all over that area. The raw materials have to be transported long distances from where they are mined to where they can be made into steel and used for industrial purposes. At the western end of the Lakes there are vast iron-ore deposits so that many mines have been established there. At the eastern end, coal deposits are found which are suitable for the manufacture of steel. It is between these two points that the great cargo ships travel. Iron ore which is found at the western end of Lake Superior is transported by ship at a rate of 50 million tons Per year. Grain which is grown on the western prairies is transported before the Lakes freeze over at the end of the year. (88-90) 88. How is transportation supplied between the Great Lakes?
There is no transportation between the Lakes because they are at different levels.
Transportation is possible through locks and canals.
Goods are transported through iron-ore deposits at the western end of the Lakes.
Navigators help to transport raw materials.
**I don't know**

89. Why are the Lakes very important for the iron and steel industry in the area?
Because coal deposits are suitable for the manufacture of steel.
Because between two points the great cargo ships travel.
Because grain is transported before the Lakes freeze over at the end of the year.
Because raw materials are transported from the mines to the industrial areas through the Lakes.
**I don't know**

90. The reason for many mines to have been established at the western end of the Lakes is that.........
there are lots of iron-ore deposits.
grain is grown on the western prairies.
coal is transported from the west.
The eastern end of the Lakes freezes at the end of the year.
**I don't know**

91. CHOOSE AN OPTION WITH A SIMILAR MEANING TO EACH SENTENCE (91-95) : 91. We can leave everything behind except the umbrella.
The only thing we can’t take is the umbrella.
We must take everything but the umbrella.
The only thing we shouldn’t forget is the umbrella.
It is vital that we forget nothing.
**I don't know**

92. A boy of ten cannot possibly lift such a heavy thing.
It needs a ten year old boy to lift such a heavy thing.
Such a heavy thing is impossible to lift even by a ten year old boy.
It’s impossible for a ten year old boy to lift such a heavy thing.
A ten year old boy is impossible to lift.
**I don't know**

93. John always gets very annoyed if he can’t get his own way
John usually can’t find his way.
John always gets angry if he can’t find his way.
John always gets frustrated if things don’t turn out the way he wants them to.
John always gets frustrated on his way.
**I don't know**

94. I’m afraid my boss and I don’t always see eye to eye on company policy.
My boss and I always look into each others’ eyes.
My boss has trouble with his eyes.
My boss and I agree on company policy.
There is sometimes disagreement between my boss and myself on company policy.
**I don't know**

95. Sometimes there is so much noise outside that it’s better to stay in your room.
There is so much noise these days that it’s better to stay in your room than go out.
There is at times so much noise outside that we should stay in your room.
At certain times of the day it really is better to stay in your room than go out.
When there is so much noise outside, people should stay in their rooms.
**I don't know**

96. FIND THE MOST APPROPRIATE SENTENCE THAT CAN BE SAID IN EACH SITUATION BELOW (96-100): 96. Your sister wants to buy a car but she can’t make up her mind about which one to buy. So she comes to you for advice. You happen to know one of the cars well and feel sure it is the best of all. You say:
With one exception, I feel they are all good.
I’d rather not advise you on all of the cars. But this one I know should be avoided.
They all seem to be desirable. You can choose any one of them.
I don’t have much information on all the cars but this one can be said to be the best.
**I don't know**

97. Someone you don’t like much wants to have a dinner with you and invites you to his house. Make a polite excuse:
You can find someone else. I am very busy.
Sorry but I can’t accept this. I have some other friends I’d like to dine with.
If I feel bored, I’ll think of your nice invitation.
Thanks for asking but I have just accepted another invitation.
**I don't know**

98. A friend of yours is taking an exam tomorrow and he’s rather worried about it. Try to make him feel relaxed:
Have I ever told you how terrible my last exam was?
If I were you, I would feel the same.
If you ever miss that chance, I don’t think there will be some others.
You needn’t worry about such an easy exam. I’m sure you’ll pass it.
**I don't know**

99. Contradict a colleague kindly who claims he deserves a higher payment than you do.
Are you kidding? It’s silly of you to talk that way.
That’s just what I was thinking. I really admire you
You aren’t better than I. You are lying.
I am sure you haven’t seen the annual report of the company. It says I did quite well at work this year.
**I don't know**

100. An elderly woman gets on a bus and you offer your seat. You say:
Excuse me madam, would you mind if I offered you my seat?
You are old and look tired. Take my seat.
You could have taken a taxi instead. Why do you keep getting on buses?
Excuse me madam. Here, please take my seat.
**I don't know**



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