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TEST 1 I. PRONUNCIATION: Pick out the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest. 1. a. finished b. cooked c. stopped d. raised 2. a. machine b. chemistry c. architect d. Christmas 3. a. underline b. unite c. understand d. unknown 4. a. attend b. weekend c. tendency d. dentist 5. a. vegetables b. books c. stamps d. months II. VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSION: Choose the word, phrase or sentence that best completes each unfinished sentence below or that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence if it is substituted for the underlined word or phrase. 6. Newton laid the ______ for many other discoveries in mathematics and physics. a. basements b. foundations c. inventions d. achievements 7. The pull of the earth is called ______ a. dynamo b. generation c. gravity d. appliance 8. Geometry is the study of ______ a. letters and signs b. numbers c. forms d. computations 9. Language is not necessarily the ______ property of those who use it. a. private b. common c. public d. personal 10. We are from Vietnam. Vietnamese is our mother tongue. a. foreign language b. first language c. second language d. official language 11. The geneticists have discovered the laws of ______ a. generation b. inhabitance c. language d. inheritance 12. Laser beams have been used for cancer ______ a. entertainment b. achievement c. treatment d. movement 13. We find it ______ to do housework. a. bore b. bored c. boring d. bores 14. Most miners suffer ______ from tunnel collapse and from flooding. a. die b. death c. dead d. dying 15. In poor areas, nature ______ is low on the list of pri )rities compared with employment and health. a. conserve b. conservation c. conservational d. conserving 16. All areas of the world are ______ to be affected by global climate change. a. like b. alike c. likely d. unlike 17. Children take ______ in playing computer games in their free time. a. please b. pleasant c. pleasing d. pleasure 18. Certain kinds of shark population have decreased by ______ 75% in the last 30 years. a. out of b. up to c. up with d. along with 19. I am fed ______ daily housework. a. up with b. out of c. onto d. into 20. Mary is one of ______ best students that got the scholarship. a. a b. an c. the d. no article III. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE: A. Choose the best word, phrase, or sentence. 21. They don ' t allow ______ at gas stations. a. smoke b. to smoke c. smoking d. smoked 22. Sport at school encourages children to work together ______ helps them to keep fit. a. as b. as well as c. because d. so that 23. Children are quick ______ whether they like or dislike a book. a. to decide b. for decision c. when decide d. on decision 24. Many of these plants are ______ a. good for eating b. good to eat c. good with eaten d. good at eating 25. We are trying to save the animals ______ are in danger of extinction. a. who b. whom c. those d. which 26. My teacher said to me, " Don ' t give up hope. " a. My teacher told me that don't give up hope. b. My teacher told me don't give up hope. c. My teacher told me whether not give up hope. d. My teacher told me not to give up hope. 27. The bag was heavy, so we could not take it with us. a. The bag was too heavy enough for us to take it with us. b. The bag was very heavy enough for us to take it. c. The bag was too heavy for us to take it with us. d. The bag was too heavy for us to take with us. 28. It was impossible for them to speak English fluently. a. They found impossible to speak English fluently. b. They found it impossible to speak English fluently. c. They found it to speak English fluently is impossible. d. They found it is speaking English fluently impossible. 29. Peter ______ from Paris. He ______ there three weeks ago with his friends. a. will just return / flies b. has just returned / flew c. had just returned / flew d. is just returning / was flying 30. She wondered why the train ______ yet. a. did not arrived b. has not arrived c. had not arrived d. would not arrive B. Identify the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order to make the sentence correct. 31. Because a former British colony, Australia has close cultural and historical links with the UK. 32. Water power from the tides and the waves is one way to reduce pollution and create energy safe and clean. 33. Solutions to the problem of how to dispose of excess rubbish must find. 34. Better standards of healthcare mean people live longer as they used to. 35. We hope to environmental pollution will not exist in the future. IV. READING COMPREHENSION A. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer. Air pollution happens when wastes are poured into the atmosphere and the air becomes contaminated and unpleasant to breathe. There are many causes that lead to air pollution. The most serious cause is the development of industry. Smoke, chemicals, and wastes from factories which consist of sulphur and nitrogen oxides are dangerous for our health. Burning coal and oil release other gases that are harmful to human. Vehicles, especially cars, help to make our material life more comfortable and convenient; however, they also account for air pollution in the cities. People all know that they are breathing polluted air but it is difficult for them to choose, fresh air or comfortable material life. 36. The word contaminated means ______ a. fresh b. polluted c. harmful d. dangerous 37. According to the writer, ______ a. only cars that cause air pollution b. only waste from factories that causes air pollution c. only burning coal that causes air pollution d. there are many causes that lead to air pollution 38. Which sentence is NOT true? a. We will stop using cars. b. Cars help to make our material life comfortable. c. Polluted air is unpleasant to breathe. d. Burning coal does harm to us. 39. The most serious cause that leads to air pollution is ______ a. vehicles b. industrial development c. gas d. household garbage 40. Cars ______ a. have no relation to air pollution b. make our life more convenient c. do not account for air pollution d. release no harmful smoke B. Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase. We all know that jogging or running slowly (41) ______ long distances is good exercise for our (42) ______. It helps us keep fit and (43) ______ weight, makes the heart stronger, and even helps us (44) ______ better about ourselves. It costs almost nothing, (45) ______ a good pair of (46) ______ to protect a jogger ' s leg and feet (47) ______ the shock of the hard surfaces. A new kind of running shoes has just been introduced. The shoes (48) ______ designed by a team of researchers at the University of Calgary. The shoes, (49) ______ are made of special materials, can reduce the damaging effects on a jogger's body. They may also prove to be (50) ______ in helping elderly people to walk. 41. a. at b. for c. with d. on 42. a. health b. healthful c. healthy d. healthily 43. a. get b. lose c. loose d. take 44. a. feel b. feels c. feeling d. felt 45. a. so b. actually c. and d. but 46. a. gloves b. clothes c. shoes d. trousers 47. a. without b. from c. for d. at 48. a. be b. is c. has been d. were 49. a. which b. that c. who d. when 50. a. use b. used c. useful d. usefully TEST 2 I. PRONUNCIATION: Pick out the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest. 1. a. adventures b. empty c. invention d. passengers 2. a. responsibility b. people c. pneumonia d. paper 3. a. pose b. purpose c. impose d. suppose 4. a. method b. mouth c. there d. both 5. a. low b. allow c. however d. cow II. VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSION: Choose the word, phrase or sentence that best completes each unfinished sentence below or that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence if it is substituted for the underlined word or phrase. 6. She often has a good relationship with her classmates. a. gets on well with b. gets in with c. gets over d. gets acquainted with 7. The pharmacist's job is to ______ prescriptions. a. make up b. take up c. turn up d. do up 8. Mathematics helps us ______ sound conclusions from facts. a. put b. draw c. push d. combine 9. The colored people are ill-treated because of ______ discrimination. a. race b. skin c. gene d. sex 10. Pee use language to ______ with one another. a. communicate b. calculate c. compute d. stimulate 11. The ______ from school to work is not always smooth for everyone. a. transition b. repetition c. substitution d. translation 12. He was dismissed because of his laziness. a. employed b. sacked c. offered d. appointed 13. Marilyn Monroe was very ______ in 1960s. a. fame b. famous c. famously d. famousness 14. Water and sunshine are ______ to trees and plants. a. necessary b. necessity c. necessarily d. necessitate 15. Every country has a ______ flag and anthem. a. nation b. national c. nationality d. nationalization 16. That car is ______ expensive. a. surprise b. surprised c. surprising d. surprisingly 17. Sorry! I left my ______ card at home. a. medicine b. medical c. medicament d. medically 18. Work can have harmful effects ______ our health. a. on b. from c. at d. of 19. Something went wrong ______ my computer yesterday. a. on b. with c. along with d. for 20. My father often comes ______ home late in the evening. a. a b. an c. the d. no article III. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE: A. Choose the best word, phrase, or sentence. 21. He is asking his friends about the accident as if he ______ policeman. a. be b. is c. was d. were 22. Mr. Jones sometimes ______ on time for work. does not get up b. had not got up c. won ' t get up d. is not going to get up 23. Put the raincoat on. It ______ a. is raining b. has rained c. had rained d. will be raining 24. Listen! Someone ______ at the door. a. will be knocking b. is knocking c. had been knocking d. will be knocking 25. He looked at the pictures attentively. a. he had an attentive look at the pictures. b. he had an attentively look at the pictures. c. he looked at the attentively pictures. d. the attentive pictures that he looked at. 26. I think learning Chinese is more ______ learning English. a. as difficult as b. difficult so a. than difficult as d. difficult than 27. This is the house ______ I spent my childhood. a. in where b. in that c. in which d. in what 28. Please show me the man ______ a. whom they are talking about b. about that they are talking c. about who they are talking d. that they are talking 29. I have a lot of things ______ this morning. a. that I have to do b. I have to do that c. for that I do d. that to do 30. It is rather confusing. I really don't know ______ a. what to do b. what doing c. to do what d. doing what B. Identify the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order to make the sentence correct. 31. The weather continues to get worse and worst. 32. Many factories recycle old newspapers by re-inking and pulp them. 33. The draining these swamps will destroy the mosquitoes' breeding places. 34. Vitamin D helps us not only build strong teeth and bones, but also absorbing Calcium. 35. He is absolutely convinced that life is pleasure and easy. IV. READING COMPREHENSION A. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer. Every day, all over the world, people dispose unwanted waste from both domestic and commercial sources without paying any attention to the bad results. Household waste has grown at a rate of 30% a year because our material life is well-developed. The more goods are consumed, the more rubbish is discarded. One of the solutions for rubbish is to make use of landfills to get rid of its biodegradable waste. However, we have to cope with another problem that is the acids and poisonous chemicals being leaked from the landfills. People who live near the landfills suffer from symptoms such as headache, drowsiness and exhaustion. 36. Unwanted waste is disposed from ______ A, domestic source b. commercial source c. both domestic and commercial sources d. only industrial sources . 37. People ______ a. always care for what they dispose b. pay no attention to the bad results of what they dispose c. know nothing about the bad results of what they dispose d. try to solve the bad results of unwanted waste 38. More and more rubbish is discarded because ______ a. more and more goods are consumed b. people pay careful attention to unwanted waste c. household waste has grown at a rate of 30% a year d. people can make use of landfills 39. Possessive pronoun its means ______ a. of solution b. of rubbish c. of landfill d. of biodegradable waste 40. The problem of using landfills ______ a. is the acids and poisonous chemicals being leaked from the landfills b. is biodegradable waste c. can be solved d. has no effect on people B. Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase. Why do we need to (41) ______ food? There are at least three reasons. Firstly, it is necessary for us (42) ______ food fresh for our daily needs. Many kinds of food, (43) ______ fruit and vegetables, are only available at certain times (44) ______ the year. (45) ______, if we want to eat these foods all year round, we need to preserve them. Secondly, we (46) ______ need to preserve food for exporting overseas to (47) ______ sure that it is always in good (48) ______ in transit. Lastly, we need to preserve food for the time (49) ______ food shortages happen. There are a number of methods of preserving food: both high and low temperatures, (50) ______, irradiation, and drying. 41. a. preserve b. conserve c. prevent d. invent 42. a. to keep b. keep c. keeping d. kept 43. a. so as b. such as c. so that d. such that 44. a. for b. in c. of d. on 45. a. Unless b. Moreover c. However d. Therefore 46. a. quite b. too c. also d. enough 47. a. take b. make c. do d. keep 48. a. condition b. situation c. circumstance d. opportunity 49. a. that b. where c. which d. when 50. a. chemistry b. chemist c. chemicals d. chemically TEST 3 I. PRONUNCIATION: Pick out the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest. 1. a. eight b. eighteen c. height d. weight 2. a. spoken b. bus c. sugar d. sentence 3. a. keen b. deep c. meet d. sheer 4. a. head b. heat c. seat d. neat 5. a. wash b. sure c. sugar d. send II. VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSION: Choose the word, phrase or sentence that best completes each unfinished sentence below or that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence if it is substituted for the underlined word or phrase. 6. They ______ little knowledge about Information Technology. a. pick b. took c. had d. made 7. I cannot stand naughty students. a. tolerate b. agree c. know d. apprentice 8. Sometimes we find it quite difficult to ______ the obstacles in life. a. get over b. put over c. think over d. take over 9. The mounted police came and asked the crowd to go away. a. The policemen on horse back b. The policemen riding a motor c. The policemen on duty d. The policemen driving a car 10. "I am so nervous.", she said in a low voice. a. shouted b. cheered c. whispered d. cried 11. They left early because they did not want to ______ the traffic. c. get touch with b. get caught in c. get on well with d. get acquainted with 12. My father decided to ______ me to a mechanic. a. apprentice b. make c. teach d. learn 13. Who is the ______ of that villa? a. possess b. possessor c. possession d. possessive 14. My mother has just bought an ______ washing machine. a. automation b. automate c. automatic d. automatically 15. Most of teenagers are ill-prepared for ______ a. employer b. employment c. unemployed d. employee 16. Passing the exam with high grade was beyond my ______ a. expect b. expectation c. expected d. unexpectedly 17. Are we expected to learn the lesson ______ heart, sir? a. by b. in c. from d. through 18. There are more and more people who died ______ AIDS. a. on b. from c. at d. of 19. ______ sugar is bad for you teeth. a. A b. An c. The d. no article 20. Can you play ______ piano? a. a b. an c. the d. no article III. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE: A. Choose the best word, phrase, or sentence. 21. ______ you start saving money now, you won't be able to buy a computer next school year. a. Unless b. Moreover c. Besides d. Whether 22. Mathematics is divided into ______ branches ______ geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. a. so / as b. such / as c. too / to d. whether / or 23. The owner of the houses ______ dead in the fire. a. is thinking to be b. are thinking to be c. was thought to be d. is being thought 24. Gas is ______ coal. a. more cheap than b. more cheaper as c. much cheaper than d. so cheaper than 25. We are trying to save the animals, ______ are in danger of extinction. a. who b. whom c. that d. which 26. The man and his dogs ______ were reported missing yesterday have just been found safe. a. who b. whom c. that d. which 27. She asked me ______ a. what is your name b. what my name is c. what my name was d. what was my name 28. Look! The boy ______ at the desk is Mary's boyfriend. a. stand b. stands c. standing d. stood 29. She said she ______ very busy the day before. a. was b. werec. would be d. had been 30. These students cannot go out because they have a lot of homework ______ a. do b. to do c. doing d. done B. Identify the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order to make the sentence correct. 31. Jane and me are going to leave for New York next week. 32. If I was at the meeting, I would tell him not to do so. 33. Was it he whom had asked to see Mr. Pike? 34. He asked me if can he use my computer because his is out of order. 35. He was said being very good at Mathematics as well as English. IV. READING COMPREHENSION A. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer. Although the United States is a large country with many people, the language is almost the same wherever one goes. There are two reasons for this. One is that people move around a great deal in the United States. A man may grow up in one part of the country, go to college in another part, find work in another place, and marry a girl from still another part of the country. Railroads, airplanes, cars and highways make it easy to travel in America. Many large companies have branches in different areas of the country and transfer their workers from one branch to another. The second important factor is public communication. Movies, radio, and television all have a standard way of speech, and almost everyone in the United States hears it. There are, however, some words and expressions more common in one part of the country than in others. Throughout the history of the United States, large groups of immigrants have come to make their homes and they give new words to the language. 36. In the United States ______ a. each state has its own language b. the language is different from place to place c. one cannot go wherever he wants d. people travel a great deal 37. According to the writer ______ a. in America people have to study only in their native town b. means of transport are well-developed c. there are no trains and planes d. one cannot marry a girl from another state 38. Many large companies ______ a. do not have branches in other parts b. have branches in different areas c. do not have their workers work in the branches d. do not employ workers from different areas 39. In the United States, public communication ______ a. is not well-developed b. has no standard way of speech c. has a standard way of speech d. is not important 40. Which sentence is true? a. In the united states there are a lot of immigrants. b. In the united states there are no immigrants. c. In the united states all words and expressions are the same in every part. d. The american language has no new words. B. Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase. Many parents are (41) ______ about the effects of television, especially (42) ______ their children. Firstly, there are a lot violent films (43) ______ easily lead to crimes. Secondly, (44) ______ is bad for children. They see (45) ______ advertisements on sweets, ice cream, and toys. Then of course, they want to go out and (46) ______ them. Besides, sitting in front of a television set all (47) ______ time is bad for their eyes. About one third of the children (48) ______ glasses. Finally, watching television is not (49) ______. It is very important for children to do something creative and athletic, (50) ______ playing some musical instrument, painting, and playing football. 41. a. worry b. worrying c. worried d. to worry 42. a. in b. on c. at d. about 43. a. who b. whom c. which d. what 44. a. advertise b. advertisement c. advertiser d. advertising 45. a. many b. much c. a great deal d. so much 46. a. sell b. buy c. create d. spend 47. a. a b. an c. the d. no article 48. a. takes b. does c. applies d. wears 49. a. create b. creating c. creation d. creative 50. a. such as b. so as to c. so as d. such that TEST 4 I. PRONUNCIATION: Pick out the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest. 1. a. sound b. compound c. account d. touch 2. a. dresses b. tips c. notebooks d. laughs 3. a. commented b. regarded c. remembered d. collected 4. a. desire b. noisy c. present d. sent 5. a. dust b. must c. useful d. cut II. VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSION: Choose the word, phrase or sentence that best completes each unfinished sentence below or that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence if it is substituted for the underlined word or phrase. 6. They ______ a visit to London last summer. a. made b. paid c. got d. did 7. Cars ______ fumes which are poisonous. a. breathe b. exhaust c. evolve d. vomit 8. Waste from factories pours into rivers and ______ them. a. pollutes b. cleans c. erase d. washes 9. You are a bit______. I think you should do more exercise and go on a diet. a. overnight b. overdose c. overcome d. overweight 10. She loves to play volleyball. a. is keen on playing b. is fed up with playing c. is afraid of playing d. is getting bored with playing 11. English provides you with ready ______ to higher promotion. a. access b. way c. device d. means 12. English does not ______ to those who use it. a. owe b. own c. belong d. possess 13. Outdoor ______ are good for children and teenagers. a. acts b. actions c. activities d. active 14. Birth control is the ______ of the number of children born. a. limit b. limitation c. limited d. limiting 15. The invention of automobile has created a demand for petrol ______ a. consume b. consumers c. consuming d. consumption 16. What is your purpose ______ writing this letter? a. in b. of c. on d. for 17. Is your hat similar ______ mine? a. to b. in c. with d. for 18. Lan failed to gave satisfactory reasons ______ her absence ______ the meeting yesterday. a. for / at b. for / from c. of / at d. for / in 19. He makes ______ money by raising chicken. a. a b. an c. the d. no article 20. Obesity is one of ______ fastest growing illness in the world nowadays. a. a b. an c. the d. no article III. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE: A. Choose the best word, phrase, or sentence. 21. I have not written any letters home since I ______ here. a. come b. came c. had come d. will come 22. I forget ______ you. Jane has got married to Peter. a. to tell b. tell c. told d. telling 23. The prisoner did not succeed ______ the cell. a. on escape off b. from escaping out c. at escaped from d. in escaping from 24. I'd rather you ______ so late. a. not be b. were not c. are not d. be not 25. She got up late and missed the bus. a. If she had not got up late, she would not have missed the bus. b. If she has not got up late, she would not have missed the bus. c. If she did not got up late, she will not have missed the bus. d. If she did not got up late, she would not miss the bus. 26. I don't have enough time. If I ______ more time, I ______ to see you. a. have / will come b. had /would come c. have had / will have come d. had had / would have come 27. The operation made John feel ______ than he expected. a. more weak b. as more weak c. weaker d. the most weaker 28. The teacher told his students ______ a. to stop laughing b. stop to laugh c. stopping to laughing d. to stop laugh 29. It is a great fun ______ holiday summer by the sea. a. spend b. to spend c. spent d. spending 30. They found it impossible ______ their problems. a. solve b. to solve c. solved d. solving B. Identify the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order to make the sentence correct. 31. Smoking cause millions of early deaths in the world every year. 32. Carbon dioxide lets sunlight entering the Earth's atmosphere and heat the Earth. 33. It is the most excited film I have ever seen. 34. My sister and I do not study at the same school. That is the reason for why my father has bought two bicycles. 35. It was so a difficult mathematic puzzle that we could not do it. IV. READING COMPREHENSION A. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer. Pollution can take two major forms: local pollution and global pollution. In the past, only local pollution was thought to be a problem. For example, coal burning produces smoke, which in sufficient concentrations can be a health hazard. One slogan, taught in schools, was "The solution to pollution is dilution." The theory was that sufficiently diluted pollution could cause no damage. In recent decades, awareness has been rising that some forms of pollution pose a global problem. Human activity, primarily nuclear testing, has significantly raised the levels of background radiation, which leads to human health problems, all over the 'world. Awareness of both 'kinds of pollution, among other things, has led to the environmental movement, which seeks to limit the human impact on the environment 36. How many main forms of pollution are there? a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5 37. In the past, people thought there ______ a. was no pollution b. was only local pollution c. was only global pollution d. were local pollution and global pollution 38. Coal burning ______ a. Does no harm b. Is taught in schools c. Is dilution d. Is local pollution 39. Nuclear testing ______ a. Causes no damage b. Causes global pollution c. Is not dangerous d. Has no effect on human health 40. ______ has led to the environmental movement. a. Radiation b. Awareness of both kinds of pollution c. Nuclear testing d. Local pollution B. Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase. Most sport today is the work of skilled professionals. Football, or (41) ______ , is an example of a (42) ______ game. The game of football was first (43) ______ in Britain and then spread (44) ______ other countries. Now all countries hope to (45) ______ for the World Cup. However, there are still plenty of amateur football (46) ______ in Britain. They enjoy (47) ______ the game (48) ______ Saturday or Sunday afternoons. Amateur clubs can compete against the professional (49) ______ in the English Football Association Cup (50) ______ 41. a. basket ball b. skiing c. golf d. soccer 42. a. profession b. professional c. professionally d. professor 43. a. occurred b. taken c. played d. seen 44. a. to b. in c. out d. from 45. a. win b. lose c. compete d. share 46. a. makers b. players c. workers d. keepers 47. a. play b. to play c. played d. playing 48. a. in b. at c. about d. on 49. a. one b. ones c. the one d. the ones 50. a. compete b. competitor c. competitive d. competition TEST 5 I. PRONUNCIATION: Pick out the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest. 1. a. loud b. house c. amount d. ought 2. a. chance b. chemist c. cheap d. check 3. a. played b. studied c. dropped d. raised 4. a. wear b. war c. answer d. award 5. a. caps b. locks c. pots d. plays II. VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSION: Choose the word, phrase or sentence that best completes each unfinished sentence below or that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence if it is substituted for the underlined word or phrase. 6. We should do something to ______ air pollution in the cities. a. increase b. reduce c. conceal d. hide 7. Farmers can protect their land by yearly ______ of crops. a. erosion b. distribution c. rotation d. production 8. The animal itself can live in almcst any ______ where there are few humans. a. condition b. environment c. incident d. occasion 9. John quit the job because he did not ______ his boss and workmates. a. get on well with b. get acquainted with c. take over d. take note of 10. Anne has been ______ for 2 years, so she stays at home and takes care of the children. a. undergone b. uncovered c. undertaken d. unemployed 11. Mining is a dangerous ______ a. vacation b. occupation c. participation d. contribution 12. ______ is the safeguarding and preservation of natural resources. a. Substitution b. Protection c. Conservation d. Preparation 13. We should respect the other's ______ a. private b. privacy c. privately d. privatize 14. We find it ______ to do housework. a. bore b. bored c. boring d. bores 15. The ______ of the electric telegraph gave birth to the communications industry. a. invent b. inventor c. invention d. inventing 16. ______ the whole, our things are getting on. a. On b. Up c. Away d. Out 17. They are keen ______ earning money. a. on b. up c. away d. out 18. Homesickness disables him ______ studying. a. to b. in c. with d. from 19. Let's go out for ______ lunch. a. a b. an c. the d. no article 20. ______ love is eternal. a. A b. An c. The d. no article III. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE: A. Choose the best word, phrase, or sentence. 21. Economics ______ me as much as literature does. a. interest b. do not interest c. does not interest d. have interested 22. Either you or I ______ responsible for the troubles. a. am b. are c. wered. being 23. He told his wife to go out, but she because she ______ an interesting film. a. refuses / watching b. refused / is watching c. was refusing / had watching d. refused / was watching 24. Do you mind quiet? a. be b. to be c. being d. been 25. Two tons of coal ______ required. a. is b. are c. have been d. were 26. He said that he ______ better after smoking a cigarette. [...]... computerized system is used for control the telephone network 33 There are a great deal of research to be done on earthquake 34 The only thing I like is to play a guitar 35 I learn English but I have no chances to practice speaking English with a native speakers IV READING COMPREHENSION A Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer Almost every language in the world has dialects and American English... new concepts d misunderstanding 39 What determines whether a word is correct or incorrect? a change b usage c dialect d study 40 Language a frequently changes b is the same in almost every part c makes misunderstanding happen d makes people change B Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase Today there are (41) of people who speak English Some people speak English for special... talk b to talk c talking d talked 46 a who b whom c which d for that 47 a noticed b seen c watched d heard 48 a which b that c where d when 49 a little b a little c a few d few 50 a words b slang c dialects d language ... determines what is correct and what is incorrect Fifty years ago, it was incorrect to say "It's me." But today it is acceptable simply because most Americans say that instead of "It's I." People change, so language changes What is wrong today may be right tomorrow 36 Which sentence is true? a American English has no dialects b American English has dialects c There is no study on American speech habits d . tongue. a. foreign language b. first language c. second language d. official language 11. The geneticists have discovered the laws of ______ a. generation b. inhabitance c. language d. inheritance 12. Laser. people can make use of landfills 39. Possessive pronoun its means ______ a. of solution b. of rubbish c. of landfill d. of biodegradable waste 40. The problem of using landfills ______ a. is. come to make their homes and they give new words to the language. 36. In the United States ______ a. each state has its own language b. the language is different from place to place c. one cannot
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