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I.Choose the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress A involve B tutor C language D foreign A participate B enthusiast C psychology D economic II Choose the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation A afford B effort C resource D resort A above B cover C prove D love III Choose the word or phrase that needs correction Scientists won’t be able to investigate the seabed if there were no modern devices A B C D A dangerously situation was created by the bad roads A B C D Each of the hotel's 500 rooms were equipped with high quality air conditioning and A B C D television IV Read the following passage and choose the best option to complete it Nowadays people are more aware that wildlife all over the world is in danger Many species of animals are threatened, and could easily become (8) if we not make an effort to protect them There are many reasons for this In some cases, animals are hunted for fur or for other valuable parts of their bodies Some birds, (9) _ as parrots are caught alive and sold as pets For many animals and birds, the problem is that their habitat – the place where they live – is disappearing More (10) _ is used for farms, for houses or industry, and there are fewer open spaces than there once were Farmers use powerful chemicals to help them grow better crops, but these chemicals pollute (11) environment and harm wildlife The most successful animals on earth – human beings – will soon be the only ones left, (12) _ we can solve this problem A extinct B lost C empty D disappeared A such B where C like D or 10 A area B earth C land D soil 11 A the B that C an D a 12 A because B however C if D unless V Choose the best option to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions 13 The mobile phone from the store when you were away A may been stolen B may have been stole C may being stolen D may have been stolen 14 Nobody really knows who she is, ? A doesn't he B don't they C does he D they 15 He looks exactly his brother I think they must be twins A like B the same C after D as 16 It was not until the late 1960s _ on the moon A that Americans walked B did American walk C when did Americans walk D when Americans walk 17 _ he made many friends, he would have been much happier before leaving A Has B If C Had D Should 18 There are five digits in the number 20,000 One digit is a digits are all zeroes A The other B the others C another D other 19 He only had time to _ into the report He couldn’t read it thoroughly A see B break C dip D read 20 After his wife's death, he let his son _ the company and retired A get on B get over C take on D take over 21 _ hard he tried, he couldn’t open the door A Therefore B However C Although D Despite 22 You _ clean the windows The window-cleaner is coming tomorrow A needn’t B don’t have C must D mustn’t 23 My nephew is _ more polite than my niece A too B very C far D better 24 Frankly, I’d rather you _ not involved in the case A were B have C are D would 25 Dave and Judy are talking about Jane’s driving test -Dave: "Did Jane pass her driving test?" -Judy: " " A No, she wasn't B Not at all C I hope not D I'm afraid not 26 Peter is talking to a passer-by - Peter: "Excuse me, can you tell me where I can catch a bus to London, please?" Passer-by: " " A Sorry, I'm new here myself B Sure, go ahead C OK Here's your ticket D Yes, please VI Choose the best option to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word (s) in each of the following questions 27 The research, contrary to common belief, revealed some rather unexpected results A impressive B surprising C predictable D positive 28 The headmaster advised that all the students should attend the class regularly A freely B unusually C commonlyD completely VII Choose the best option to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word (s) in each of the following questions 29 The wonderful diversity of our region’s wildlife is now coming under threat A shortage B shortcoming C variety D advantage 30 Why are you making fun of her? Anyone can make a mistake A laughing at B fooling C pulling her leg D making her funny VIII.Choose the best option to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions 31 You must read the instructions You won't know how to use this machine without reading them A You will know how to use this machine unless you read the instructions B Without reading the instructions, the use of this machine won't be known C Unless you read the instructions, you won't know how to use this machine D Reading the instructions, so you will know how to use this machine 32 It’s possible Leonie didn’t hear what the question was A Leonie may not have heard what the question was B Leonie can’t have heard what the question was C Leonie can’t help hearing what the question was D It is not possible for Leonie to hear what the question was 33 “The weather was good but we stayed indoors” A The weather was so good that we stayed indoors B Even though the weather was good, but we stayed indoors C We stayed indoors in spite of the good weather D We stayed indoors because of the good weather 34 It is said that Galileo invented the telescope A Galileo said that the telescope was invented by him B The telescope is said to have been invented by Galileo C People say that the telescope was invented by Galileo D Galileo is said to have invented the telescope 35 People are not allowed to photograph the interior of the palace A Taking photograph inside the palace is strictly forbidden B It’s not advisable to try to bring a camera into the palace C We were only able to take photos of the palace exterior D No one has ever taken a photo inside the palace IX Read the following passage and choose the best option to indicate the correct answer Some people have complained about this year’s collection, New Writing 3, although I cannot understand why Surely 500 pages of original writing of this quality, for £6.99, is pretty amazing? Fiction – both paths of novels and complete short stories – makes up most of the book There are some enjoyable pieces by famous writers, such as Candia McWilliam and Rose Tremain It’s a strange fact that the less well-known people seem to have written mainly about food Take my advice about Jane Harris’s Those Nails – this piece should definitely not be read just after meals It contains some very unpleasant scenes which could turn your stomach! There is fine work from nineteen poets, including R.S Thomas and John Burnside There are pieces from novels-in-progress by Jim Crace and Jane Rogers Finally, there is little non-fiction, which includes a very funny article by Alan Rusbridger on certain newspapers, and an extraordinary piece about herself from Ursula Owen This is an exceptional collection and I for once can’t wait to see what next year’s choice will include 36 What is the writer trying to in the text? A give her opinions about a new book B give some information about new writers C give some advice to new writers D give her opinions of newspaper journalists 37 Why should somebody read the text? A to find more details about something B to learn what next year’s collection will contain C to find out about Alan Rusbridger’s new novel D to decide whether to complain something 38 What does the writer think of New Writing 3? A It’s too long B It’s very amusing C It’s very good D It’s too serious 39 How might you feel after reading Jane Harris’s piece? A hungry B excited C unhappy D sick 40 Which of the following describes New Writing 3? A Great value: two novels, poems and articles only £6.99 B Great value: the best of new writing for only £6.99 C Great value: poems by Tremain, Harris and Burnside for only £6.99 D Great value: newspapers for a whole year for only £6.99 ... details about something B to learn what next year’s collection will contain C to find out about Alan Rusbridger’s new novel D to decide whether to complain something 38 What does the writer think... won't know how to use this machine without reading them A You will know how to use this machine unless you read the instructions B Without reading the instructions, the use of this machine won't... each of the following questions 29 The wonderful diversity of our region’s wildlife is now coming under threat A shortage B shortcoming C variety D advantage 30 Why are you making fun of her?
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