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HO CHI MINE CITY UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH POST GRADUATE ENTRANCE EXAM PREPARATION (For internal use) Contents GRAMMAR How much ? How many ? We ask How much ? with uncountable nouns (e.g shopping, water, money) We ask How many ? with countable nouns (e.g books, classes, pens) Exercise: Fill in the blank with How much or How many and answer these questions A chocolate you buy every week? B magazines you get each month? C money you spend on sweets? D CDs you have? E T-shirts did you buy last summer? Some and Any Look at these sentences I'd like some pool shoes I'd like some information Have you got any more things to order? We don't have any left in small sizes Can you give me some prices? Complete rules A-E with Some and Any and match them to 1-5 A We use some with uncountable nouns in affirmative sentence? B We always use _ in negative sentences C We use _ with countable nouns in affirmative sentences D We use _ for a request E We usually use _ in questions Adjectives - Some adjectives tell about the size of people or thing? a big house a large army a huge ship - Some adjectives tell about the color of things a red carpet a white swan a yellow ribbon - Some adjectives tell what people or things are like by describing their quality a beautiful woman a young soldier a rich couple - Some adjectives tell what things are made of They refer to substances a plastic folder a paper bag a metal box - Some adjectives are made from proper nouns of place These adjectives are called adjectives of origin a Mexican hat the French flag a Japanese lady 3.1 The order of Adjectives - When you use two or more adjective, the usual order is: size, quality, color, origin, substance A small Green Plastic box Size Color substance - Adjectives of quality sometimes come before adjectives of size beautiful long hair elegant short hair - But adjectives of size always come before adjectives of color beautiful long black hair elegant short red hair 3.2 Adjective phrases Phrases can be used like single adjectives to describe nouns and pronouns Phrases that are used in this way are called adjective phrases - Most adjective phrases come after the word they describe Who is the girl with long hair? My friend lives in the house across the street - Some adjective phrases come before the word they describe The words in these phrases are often joined with hyphens a long-legged bird a well-dressed lady a twenty-story building Adverbs - Adverbs are words that tell you more about verbs, adjectives and other adverbs Many adverbs and in ly You make these adverbs by adding ly to adjectives She writes neatly - Adverbs phrases are groups of words that functions as single adverbs to describe the action of the verb Are you sitting in a comfortable chair? He draw cartoons like a real cartoonist Types of Adverbs 1.1 Adverbs of Manner Some adverbs and adverb phrases describe the way people things They answer the question "How" The plane landed safely Sam is behaving like a baby 1.2 Adverbs of Time Some adverbs and adverb phrases answer the question "When?" They are called adverbs of time It rained heavily last night We're going on a trip in a few day's time 1.3 Adverbs of Place Some adverbs and adverb phrases answer the question "Where?" They are called adverbs of place It's very sunny but cold outside Flowers like these grow in the park 1.4 Adverbs of Frequency Some adverbs and adverb phrases answer the question "How often?" They are called adverbs of frequency We've been to Disneyland twice Adverbs of frequency come: - before most verbs: He always goes to the festival - after the verb be: lam usually late for dinner - Sometimes can also be places at the beginning or at the end of the sentence: Sometimes I am late for school I am late for school sometimes 1.5 Adverbs of Duration Some adverbs and adverb phrases answer the question "How long?" They are called adverbs of duration We're staying in a hotel overnight I haven't seen my sister for two years 1.6 Adverb of Emphasis We have seen that most adverbs describe verbs but remember that some adverbs also describe adjectives or other adverbs They are usually used to add emphasis Anna can run really fast That's a very good drawing Your excuses are completely unbelievable Auxiliary verbs Auxiliary verbs are used before infinitives to add a different meaning Auxiliary verbs are can, could, would, should, ought to, will, shall, may, might and must Can and could - Use can and could to say that someone is able to something She can draw really good pictures Our teacher said that we could go home early - You many also use can and could to say that someone is allowed to something My mum says you can come to our house for dinner The big sign on the gate said PRIVATE, so we couldn't go in - Can and could are also used for asking for information or help, for offering something and for suggesting something Could you show me where the accident happened? Your sister could come with us, if she wanted to You can ask your dad to help us Will and would - Use will and would when you are asking someone to something Will you please stop making that noise? Would you pass me that book, please? - You can also use will and would to offer something or to suggest something Will I hold this end of the rope? Would you like another drink? Shall and should - You can use shall and should to ask for advice, offer something and suggest something Should I bring waterproof clothes? Shall we go home now? Ought to - You use ought to to make strong suggestions and talk about someone’s duty You look tired You ought to go to bed early tonight The teacher ought to make his classes more interesting Must - Use must to talk about things that you have to You must speak louder I can't hear you May and might - Use may to ask if you are allowed to something and to tell someone that they are allowed to something May I go out? - Use may and might to talk about things that are possible or likely Take an umbrella It might rain You may not have time to go swimming tonight Conjunctions Conjunctions are words used to link words, phrases or clauses Some common conjunctions are and, but and or Conjunctions linking words - Use and to link words that are similar We buy fruit and vegetables at the grocery store The President visit towns and cities across the country - Use but to link words that are different and not normally go together He works quickly but neatly The teacher is firm but fair with children - Use or to talk about choices You can have a soda or lemonade Who’s cooking dinner, Mum or Dad? Conjunction And - After a verb we usually put and between the last two nouns, adjectives or verbs in a list and commas (,) between the other things I like horses, cows, dogs and cats - And is less common with adjectives before a noun We normally just use a comma a big, yellow fish - When we use and we often miss out words instead or repeating them Nicole goes shopping and swimming at the weekend, (not Nicole goes shopping and she goes swimming at the weekend) Exercise: Here are some errors that candidate have made with and in the KET exam Correct the sentences I saw a nice and colourful parrot at the zoo Yesterday we went to the zoo and yesterday we went to the museum Susanna went out yesterday and Susanna took her dog for a Wlk There are many cats, dogs, horses at the farm The dolphins were near the boat and the birds were near the boat Conjunctions linking phrases Use and, but and or to link phrases We like going shopping and visiting museums I tell my parents and my best friends all my secrets Conjunctions that join sentences Use and, but and or to join two sentences to make them one Mom is working in the garden and Dad is busy in the kitchen I switched on the TV, but there were no interesting programs on Other words for And There are other words for and that also join two sentences Dad not only washed the car, but he also polished it Sam not only baked the cake, but she decorated it as well They visited Sydney, as well as Hong Kong and Tokyo Sam ran faster than both Kim and David Other words for But There are other words for but that also join two sentences Although / even though / though grandpa is old, he is very fit While the bus is slower than the train, it's cheaper Other words for Or There are other words for or that name choices or join two sentences You can your homework either now or after dinner We could walk, or else take a taxi Determiners Determiners, or noun signals are special adjectives used before nouns There are different kinds of determiners The Articles The words a, an and the are called the articles A and an are indefinite articles They are used with singular nouns Use a before nouns that begin with & consonant Use an before nouns that begin with a vowel John is reading a book Would you like a peach? - Some vowels begin with a consonant sound Use a with these vowels Is there a university in your town? Does every child in the school wear a uniform? - Some words begin with a silent H Use an with norms that begin with a silent h: We've been waiting here for an hour The word the is called the definite article Use the before a noun when you are talking to someone who already know which person or thing you mean Dad is sitting in the garden Turn the television off now Demonstrative determiners Use this and these to talk about things and people that are near you Use that and those to talk about things and people that are farther away from you Quantifying Determiners Words such as many, much and several tell about quantity without giving an exact number They are called quantifying determiners Some quantifying determiners are used only with plural nouns They are few, a few, fewer; many, several and both Few people have been to the moon Both brothers have dark hair Some quantifying determiners can be used with plural nouns and uncountable nouns They are all, half, some, enough, a lot of, lots of, plenty of, more, most and other We've eaten all the food in the fridge Do you have enough books to read? Most lemonade contains sugar He likes playing with other children Some determiners can be used only with uncountable nouns They are little (meaning not much, a little (meaning some) and much There's a little rice left I haven't got much information for you Some quantifying determiners can only be used with singular nouns They are another, every and each I need another pencil He likes every child in the class Each house is painted a different color Some quantifying determiners are used with singular, plural and uncountable nouns They are any, no, no other and the other Any dog will bite if it's afraid Are there any good books in the library? There wasn't any space in the cupboard There is no other way of solving the problem She has no other friends We have no other food in the fridge Interrogative determiners The words what, which and whose are used before nouns to ask questions Interrogative determiners appear just before nouns What time is it? Which boy is your brother? Whose pen is this? Possessive determiners The words my, your, his, her, its, our and their are used before nouns to show ownership Numbers Numbers are determiners, too Numbers are often used before nouns Our family has two dogs Using determiners together You can use quantifying determiners with each other and with numbers Some people like winter but many more people prefer summer There are five fewer children in my class than in your class Use of between a quantifying determiner and another kind of determiner I don't like any of these drinks Each of the boys answered the questions correctly The quantifying determiner all may be used with or without of We ate all of the food in the fridge or We ate all the food in the fridge PART VOCABULARY Practice Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Steve always wanted to be an actor when he … up a grew b brought c settled d came My brother can … six languages fluently a say b speak c tell d talk The newspaper report contained … important information a many b another c an d a lot of God never mistakes a puts b plays c makes d gives After he retired, my father spent all his … on that journey to the US a currency b income c salary d savings He's bought a lot of on his holiday a souvernirs b memories c anniversaries d entertainments Do you really believe … ghosts? a about b for c on d in I’ll go on holiday I can a as b as soon as c until d how When he was questioned by the police, the thief didn’t … the truth a say b reply c tell d answer 10 If you require any more … about the holiday, please telephony us a description b information c news d fact Practice Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions I’ve told him that you are busy, but he said that is was … C) It is a very nice change to get out of London and spendingtime in the country D) It is a very nice change to get out of London and spend time in the country I remember have / long conversation / him / only / few days ago A) I remember to have a long conversation to him only a few days ago B) I remember having a long conversation with him only a few days ago C) I remember to have a long conversation with him only a few days ago D) I remember having a long conversation to him only a few days ago Browns / Anally / manage / buy / own / flat / after / years / save up A) The Browns finally managed to buy their own flat after years of saving up B) Browns finally managed to buy their own flat after years of saving up C) The Browns finally managed buying their own flat after years of saving up D) The Browns finally managed to buy their own flat after years save up I/ be / very grateful / sandwiches / you / make / my journey home A) I was very grateful with the sandwiches you made for my journey home B) I was very grateful of the sandwiches you made for my journey home C) I was very grateful for the sandwiches you made for my journey home D) I was very grateful about the sandwiches you made for my journey home I just write / thank you / have us / stay / last weekend A) I am just writing to thank you for having us stay last weekend B) I am just writing to thank you to have us stay last weekend C) I am just writing to thank you for having us staying last weekend D) I am just writing to thank you for having us to stay last weekend I/ get / tired / old job / pay / not very good A) I got tired of my old job and the pay wasn't very good B) I got tired with my old job and the pay wasn't very good C) I got tired of my old job and pay wasn't very good D) I got tired with my old job and pay wasn't very good 10 Family III spend / two months / plan / summer / holiday A) My family and I spent two months planning for our summer holiday B) My family and I spent two months planning our summer holiday C) My family and I spent two months to plan for our summer holiday D) My family and I spent two months to play our summer holiday Practice Choose the correct answer from A, B, C or D to produce a correct sentence from the cues given I/ had/ An/ clean/ bedroom/ before/ let/ her/ go out/ play// a I had An clean up her bedroom before I let her going out to play b I had An cleaned her bedroom before letting her go out for playing c I had An clean up her bedroom before I let her go out to play d I had An to clean her bedroom before letting her go put to play It/ wonderful/ hear/ magnificent performance// a It was wonderful to hear such a magnificent performance b It was wonderful of hearing a magnificent performance c It's wonderful to hear such magnificent performance d It will be wonderful to hear a such magnificent performance He/ not keep/ promise/ visit me/ regularly// a He doesn't keep promising and visiting me regularly b He didn't keep his promise to visit me regularly c He hasn't kept to promise to visit me regularly d He doesn't keep his promise to visit to me regularly We/ listen/ old man/ say/ his story/ beginning/ end// a We listened to the old man saying his story from beginning to end b We listened the old man say his story from the beginning to the end c We listened to the old man say his story from beginning to end d We listened to the old man to say his story from beginning to end boys/ clever/ see/ solution/ problem/ so quickly// a The boys were clever to see the solution to the problem so quickly b Boys are clever to see the solution of problem so quickly c The boys are clever at seeing the solution to the problem so quickly d The boys were clever to see the solution of the problem so quickly I/ usually/ go/ school/bus a I usually go to school by bus b I does usually go to school on bus c I go usually to school by bus d I usually go to school with bus I/ often/ start/ lesson/ school/ nine a I often start lessons at school until nine b I often start lessons at school at nine c I often start lessons with my school at nine d I often start lesson in my school before nine Evening/I/ always/ at home/ but sometimes/1/ go to/ cinema a At the evening, I always stay home but sometimes I go to cinema b At the evening, I always stay at home but sometimes I go to the cinema c In the evening, I always stay at home but sometimes I go to the cinema d In the evening, I stay always home but sometimes I go to cinema Life/ busy/ here/ but/ love a Life is busy here but I love it b Life are busy here but I love c Life is busy here but love it d Life are busy here but love it 10 Next/ weekend/I/ go on/ excursion/ class-mates a Next weekend I will go on excursion in class-mates b Next weekend I will go on excursion with my class-mates c Next weekend I go on to exercursion with class-mates d Next weekend I go on excursion for class-mates Practice Make complete sentences using word cues given Dear Peter, I / feel / very happy / get / letter / after / such / long time It / be / absolutely ages / since /I hear you You like / come / stay / me / countryside You all be / very welcome / you want / visit What about / come / end / next month? My wife / miss you both / often speak / you Don't think / children / love / visit / countryside? Write soon / let / know / when / you / come Fondly, Alan Practice Make complete sentences using word cues given Dear Paul, At last / arrive / Paris / but / terrible trip Train / crowded / ferry / delay / two hours When / finally set off / weather / awful I/ sick / all / time / arrive / feel / very weak I decide / this / last time / travel / ferry Next time /book / seat / plane Although / journey / so bad / must say / enjoy / stay / you / London Remember / you / stay / me / any time / you / come / Paris I/ mean it /when say / hope / that be / soon Fondest wishes, Angela Practice Make complete sentences using word cues given Dear Hamish, I/ sorry / not / write / so / long I/ work / very hard / school My course / finish / two weeks' time, /I / go / Scotland If / enough / money, / go / Ireland / as well I think / best / way / practise / English Be / possible / stay / you / couple / nights? I/ promise / not / be / nuisance I/ even / some cooking Love, Franz Practice Make complete sentences using word cues given Dear Bill, It / ages /I / hear / you Hope / everything / go / well I/ write / ask / you / know / family / need / au pair My sister / 18 years old / want / spend / year / England She / not mind / look / children / and / good / housework She / go / university / next year / study English Look / forward / hear / you Stefano Practice Make complete sentences using word cues given Dear Sally, I / be / delighted / get / your letter this morning I /have/very clear / memory / Richard He seem / such / nice / boy Congratulations I hope / you / be / happy together Unfortunately /I / not be able / come / wedding At my age /I not think /I find / journey / easy All / same /I love give you / wedding present You / write / tell me / what / you / like / present? My thoughts / be / with you both / the big day not forget / send / me / photographs / piece / wedding cake All my love and very best wishes for the future Aunt Mary Practice 10 Make complete sentences using word cues given Thank you / letter /I receive / when / get home / last night I / be pleased / hear you / after such / long time I love / go ballet / with you / but I / not be free / until 6.30 p.m How about come / my flat / and have / something / eat / before / go? I/not want/take my car/because it be / difficult / find somewhere / park Why / we not go / taxi? Let hope / dancing be / good as / reviews say I look forward / see you / tomorrow night Love, Jackie PART WRITING In a paragraph of about 150 words, choose one of the following topics to write about What you in your summer vacation The importance of learning English Women’s roles in modem society have been changing over the past few decades One of the most important holidays in Vietnam One of the most memorable experiences in your life The influence of movies or television on people’s behavior SAMPLE TEST I Vocabulary (20 points) Choose the best answer Steve always wanted to be an actor when he … up a grew b brought c settled d came My brother can … six languages fluently a say b speak c tell d talk The newspaper report contained … important information a many b another c an d a lot of God never … mistakes a puts b plays c makes d gives After he retired, my father spent all his … on that journey to the US a currency b income c salary d savings He's bought a lot of … on his holiday a souvernirs b memories c anniversaries d entertainments Do you really believe … ghosts? a about b for c on d in I’ll go on holiday I can a as b as soon as c until d how When he was questioned by the police, the thief didn’t … the truth a say b reply c tell d answer 10 If you require any more … about the holiday, please telephone us a description b information c news d fact 11 I’ve told him that you are busy, but he said that is was … a urgent b emergency c hurry d action 12 Judy does not … for Peter nearly enough to think of marrying him a love b desire c care d like 13 He wrote his name … and carefully at the top of the paper a seriously b largely c attentively d clearly 14 Would it be … for you to be present at 10 o'clock? a convenient b strong c conscious d interesting 15 Too much exercise can be harmful but walking is good … you a by b to c for d with 16 He … me to buy my air ticket immediately or it would be too late a allowed b advised c insisted d told 17 Fortunately, nobody was … in the accident a damaged b wounded c injured d broken 18 Sometimes your face gets red when you feel … a flexible b embarrassed c safe d sensible 19 I read an interesting … in a newspaper about farming today a article b advertisement c description d composition 20 Janet and Joe seem to get … very well together a in b by c on d off II Reading comprehension (20 points) Read the following passages and choose the best answers to the questions that follow each passage Passage Bill Bird is a shoemaker who cannot make shoes fast enough for his growing number of customers — and he charges more than $300 for a pair Customers travel hundreds of kilometres to his workshop in the countryside to have their feet measured He makes shoes for people with feet of unusual size: very large, very small, very broad or very narrow The shoes are at least as fashionable as those found in ordinary shops Mr Bird says: “My problem is that I cannot find skilled workers Young people seem to prefer to work with computers these days We will lose the necessary skills soon I am 45 and now I want to teach young people everything I know about making shoes” 21 What is the writer trying to in the text? A advertise a shoe shop B show Mr Bird’s worries about his trade C encourage people to buy expensive shoes 22 What can readers find out from the text? A how to make shoes like Mr Bird B how many customers Mr Bird has C how much Mr Bird’s shoes cost 23 What is Mr Bird’s opinion of young people? A They prefer other jobs B They are difficult to train C They don’t work hard 24 Customers choose Mr Bird because his shoes … A look unusual B fit perfectly C are cheap 25 What is the best title for the reading passage? A The shoemaker B The shoe shop C How to make a pair of shoe Passage Photographer James Warwick visits Kenya and Namibia and has just returned from India James didn’t find photography interesting when he was young, but on holiday in Africa during university, he decided on his future job James has to get up early for most of his African pictures He takes a few when the sun is going down, but in the afternoon the light is too strong Being a photographer is hard work Some photographers visit different places on one trip, but James prefers to stay in one place and learn about it He has some wonderful pictures of Indian tigers Once, two tigers tan past him, stopped a metre away from his truck and began to fight He was too afraid to photograph them In Namibia, one lion came even closer It went all the way round James’s truck checking for danger Then it got up on the back and looked at him through a window This was one of James’s happiest moments 26 When did James choose to become a photographer? A when he was a boy B when he was a university student C when he left university 27 In Africa, James takes most of his pictures A in the morning B in the afternoon C in the evening 28 How is James different from other photographers? A He worked much harder B He visits one country C He spends longer in one place 29 In India, why didn’t James photograph the two tigers together? A They were too far away B It was too dangerous C He was inside his truck 30 In Namibia, what did the lion first? A It got up on the truck B It stood and watched James C It walked around the truck Passage Liverpool city council want to clear the city of fat pigeons They say that people are feeding the birds, which makes them fat The pigeons get bigger because their normal diet consists of seeds and insects, not high-fat junk food they are eating in the city centre The council want people to know that everyone who feeds the pigeons is responsible for the streets being so crowded with these birds They hope to encourage the birds to move away from the city centre and into parks and open spaces Ten robotic birds have been brought into the city centre to scare the pigeons away and visitors are asked not to give the pigeons any food The mechanical birds known as 'robops' - will sit on the roofs of buildings They can be moved around to different locations They look like a peregrine falcon, which is a bird that kills pigeons They even make noises and flap their wings to scare the pigeons They hope that the pigeons will go away before the city becomes the European Capital of Culture in two years 31 Pigeons are fatter in Liverpool than in other cities A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 32 Pigeons get fat because they eat seeds and insects A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 33 According to the council, everyone is to blame for the number of pigeons A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 34 They want the pigeons to move out of the city centre A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 35 Visitors shouldn't feed the pigeons A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say Passage Ecuador is situated on the equator in the northwest of South America It is made up of a coastal plain in the west and a tropical rain forest in the east These two areas are separated by the Andes Mountains in the center of the country The economy is based on oil and agriculture products More oil is produced in Ecuador than any other South American countries except Venezuela Bananas, coffee and cocoa are grown there Many of these products are exported Hardwood is also produced and exported The people are mostly of Indian origin Several Indian languages are spoken there, for example, Quechua Spanish is spoken in Ecuador, too The currency is called the Sucre 36 Ecuador comprises A a rain forest in the east and a plain on the west coast B the Andes Mountains and a coastal plain in the east C two separated plains 37 Many agriculture products are exported from Ecuador except for A bananas B grapes C coffee 38 Most of the population of Ecuador has the … origin A Spanish B Venezuelan C Indian 39 Ecuador has tropical climate because it … A lied on the equator B is situated in north America C has two separated areas 40 According to the passage, the country producing most oil in South America is A Brazil B Venezuela C Ecuador III Guided cloze (10 points) Read the text and choose the word or phrase that best fits each blank Grass is probably the (41) … successful living plant in the world There are over 9,000 different types of grasses and they are (42) … in every region on the earth They are the (43) … flowering plants that can exist in the freezing (44) … of the Arctic and the Antarctic Grass support a wide range of animal life, from tiny insects and birds to huge animals like cows and lions All of them (45) … on grass in one way or another Grass (46) … very quickly after it is cut or (47) Unlike other plants, the new leaves grow from (48) … the soil, not from the top of the plant That is why large families of animals are able to live together in one area As (49) … as they have eaten all the grass there, a fresh meal is always (50) … because the plants start to grow again 41 A most B more C very 42 A noticed B caught C found 43 A one B single C only 44 A situation B environment C scene 45 A depend B build C turn 46 A repeats B remains C recovers 47 A damaged B broken C wounded 48 A beside B behind C below 49 A fast B soon C often 50 A available B free C present IV Sentence building (10 points) Choose the correct answer from A, B, C or D to produce a correct sentence from the cues given 51 Three-quarters / surface / earth / cover / with water A Three-quarters of the surface of the earth is covered with water B Three-quarters of surface of the earth is covered in water C Three-quarters of the surface of the earth covered with water D Three-quarters of the surface of the earth is being covered in water 52 The rest / be / dry land / because / it / rise / above the water A The rest was dry land because it had risen above the water B The rest is dry land because it rises above the water C The rest is dry land because it is rising above the water D The rest has been dry land because it rose above the water 53 Seas / lands / not be / always / their present positions A Seas and lands have not always been on their present positions B Seas and lands were not always about their present positions C Seas and lands had not always been on their present positions D Seas and lands have not always been in their present positions 54 Some lands / be / once / under / sea / but now / be / above it A Some lands were once under sea but now is above it B Some lands had been once under the sea but now were above it C Some lands were once under sea but now are above D Some lands were once under the sea but now are above it 55 Long ago / perhaps / sea / cover / your country / or part / it A Long ago perhaps sea covers your country or part of it B Long ago perhaps the sea covered your country or part of it C Long ago perhaps sea was covered your country or part of it D Long ago perhaps the sea had been covered your country or part of it 56 Movements / changes / earth / take place / continuous / but / slow A Movements and changes on the earth were taking place continuously but slowly B Movements and changes on the earth are taking place continuously but slow C Movements and changes on the earth are taking place continuously but slowly D Movements and changes on the earth were taken place continuously but slowly 57 Today / world / not look / the same / in / distant future A Today’s world will not look the same for distant future B Today’s world will not look same in the distant future C Today’s world would not look the same for the distant future D Today’s world will not look the same in the distant future 58 Farmers / look forward / participate / the country fairs / every summer A Farmers look forward to participate the country fairs every summer B Farmers look forward to participating in the country fairs every summer C Farmers look forward to participate in the country fairs every summer D Farmers look forward to participating the country fairs every summer 59 When / Robert / be / boy / he / be / fond / chocolate A When Robert was a boy, he was fond about chocolate B When Robert had been a boy, he was fond of chocolate C When Robert was a boy, he had been fond of chocolate D When Robert was a boy, he was fond of chocolate 60 She / want / be / biology teacher / and / love / work / children A She wanted to be biology teacher and would love to work with children B She wants to be biology teacher and love to work with children C She wants to be a biology teacher and loves to work with children D She wanted be a biology teacher and loves to work with children VI Writing (40 points) In a paragraph of about 150 words, describe what you in your summer vacation ... university or college who is studying for his or her first degree A application B undergraduate C insurance D exam English or French, you can choose A not B both C either D so If you understand... extended 10 The A-level (short for Advanced Level) is a General Certificate of Education set of exams … in the UK A taken B spent C met D indicated Practice Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your... swimming at the weekend) Exercise: Here are some errors that candidate have made with and in the KET exam Correct the sentences I saw a nice and colourful parrot at the zoo Yesterday we went to the
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