C will develop A Generally recognise D would have developed B It is generally recognised C Recognising generally 190. Andrew here now if he had caught the train. D It generally will recognise A had been B would be C have been D is here 51 198. The chairman to be unwell.
A rumours B rumoured 207. ItТs not worth upset about things beyond your control.
C has rumoured D is rumoured A to have got B Ц C getting D to get 199. Having done badly at school, Churchill a brilliant career. 208. He stopped to make a phone call.
A was expected A wrote B writing C to write D write B expected to be C was not expected to have 209. ItТs no use over spilt milk.
D was having A to cry B Ц C crying D to have cried 200. They to have been awarded the prize. 210. After passing her exams at Cambridge, Susan went on EngA are pleased B pleased lish at Oxford.
C will please D will be pleased A studying B study C studies D to study 201. that her contract might be terminated. 211. HeТll go on, despite the fact itТs bad for his health.
A Might be reported B Reported was A to smoke B smoke C to have smoked D smoking C Report was D It is reported 212. Could you please stop me 202. that the President is unwell. A torture B to torture C being tortured D torturing A It is rumoured B Rumours are C It rumoured D Rumours were 213. Jack misses with his friends.
A being B to be C to have been D Ц 203. The burglar to enter the house by the police.
A saw B has seen C sees D was seen 214. We offered him a lift home.
A to give B giving C Ц D to have given 204. What to mean A is that supposed B supposes that 215. We hope by 8 p.m.
C is that suppose D was supposed A arriving B to have arrived C to be arriving D to arrive 205. He tried every key he had but none of them would open the door. 216. She couldnТt afford a new dress.
A to have used B use C using D to use A buying B have bought C to buy D being bought 206. He tried the box but it was too heavy. 217. I gave them all the money I had.
A lifting B to lift C to have lifted D lift A what B Ц C as D as if 53 218. The man I spoke to yesterday told me it would be open. 229. I very keen on sport in those days.
A that B which C what D when A was used to be B got used to be C used to be D was used 219. She hadnТt realised her husband was a criminal.
A what B that C which D and 230. Do you think weТll ever to the noise A use B used C get used D be use 220. Sue bought the blouse we saw when we were in town the other day. 231. Our prime minister, who is a woman, a lawyer.
A when B as C which D what A used to be B is used to be C got used to being D was used to being 221. She didnТt know she was going to do.
A which B that C who D what 232. Harvard a school for men, but now it is coeducational, serv ing as many women as men.
222. I donТt agree with youТve just said. A was used B used to be A what B that C which D Ц C was used to be D was used to being 223. She was certain she had locked the door. 233. I canТt alone.
A that B whose C what D in that A get used to living B use to live C use to be D get to use 224. He noticed she was worried.
A who B which C that D what 234. As television images of the astronauts showed, even for trained pro fessionals who about in a lessened gravitational field, there 225. They broke into the house in the certain knowledge the own- are still problems.
ers would be out. A use movements B are used to moving A which B what C that D and C used to moving D used to move 226. She didnТt share his belief everything would be all right. 235. Some teachers argue that students who a calculator may forA why B that C what D where get how to do mental calculations.
A used to use B donТt get used 227. There is perhaps little I can add to they have said about it. C not use D got use A what B which C that D many 236. IТll never this machine.
228. Tell me you want and IТll try to get it for you. A use to operate B be using to operate A Ц B which C that D what C get used to operating D be used to operate 55 237. We invited to very formal occasions Ц only informal ones.
A got used to B are not used to being C used to be D are used to being 238. After a while I in a big city.
A used to live B got used to living C use living D will use to live 239. It might take a long time for you to in such a busy office.
A get used to working Part IV B be used to work C be using work Sample Questions for the D use to work Reading Section 240. I find the times of English meals very strange Ц I dinner at 6 p.m.
A use to have B donТt use to have C used to having D am not used to having 57 1. Which of the following is not true Ц Both children involved in the situation have been Part IV A made safe from danger Sample Questions for the Reading Section B found in the north of Argentina C rescued D on safari in a mountain wilderness Unit I 2. How has the unfortunate situation come about A The pumas that didnТt attack the children, rounded up the cattle.
Lost and found B The children left home after their parents to round up cattle.
C The children couldnТt find their way home because of the round-up Text cattle.
D The children got lost after they had left home to find their parents.
Directions: Questions 1 through 5 are based on the text below.
3. Romina and Daniel (Questions 1Ц5) Choose the one best answer to each question on the A suffered from incurable disease.
basis of what is stated or implied in the text. Mark B suffered from the conditions in hospital.
the answer on your answer sheet.
C survived against the odds.
D are confident in the doctorsТ full recovery.
Exhausted, hungry and thirsty, four-year-old Romina and her six4. What title would you give to the story year-old brother Daniel were found by rescuers today after wandering for A Two children found after 16-day mountain ordeal.
16 days in a mountain wilderness in the north of Argentina.
B No pumas for attack rescue two children.
They had left their home to look for their parents, who were roundC Full recovery for confidence.
ing up cattle, and could not find their way home.
D Rescuers Ц lost and found.
УWe survived by eating apples, which were very tastyФ, said Daniel.
They were unlucky to get lost but fortunate not to be attacked by the 5. The word Ђtotї means in the story:
pumas that inhabit the mountains.
A very small child Both tots are now in hospital, suffering from malnutrition Ц the conB father or mother Ц parent dition caused by not getting enough of or the right kind of food. They also C person who deals with cattle have injuries to their feet because they were walking barefoot. However, D sufferer from malnutrition doctors are confident that they will make a full recovery.
59 6. Which of the following is not true Text Ц The five teenagers from Herrington Adventure Centre A set out despite the warnings.
Part A. Directions: Fill in the gaps in the text with one of the four B were rescued in spite of high seas.
(Questions 1 Ц 5) choices given below. Choose the correct answer C took the canoes to be rescued and recover in hospital.
and mark it on your answer sheet. The example D were frightened to find the canoes full of water.
shows you what to do 7. How did the teenagers happen to be in the bay Example: I 0 a lovely holiday in the country last year.
A They had neither premonition nor information about the coming A brought B had C passed D gave danger.
Answer: 0. B B They had the haunted idea to be in the bay at all costs without permission.
Five teenagers from Herrington Adventure Centre were airlifted by C Since they were experienced canoeists, they were allowed into the helicopters from Herrington Bay yesterday and are now recovering in hosbay despite the storm.
D They knew about the danger but wouldnТt listen to the warnings.
УWeТre lucky to be alive!Ф said Jake Wetherhall. УThe sea was really 1 and the waves were huge. It was so exciting. We werenТt scared 8. The helicopters 2 we realised the canoes were full of water. But then the helicopter A lifted both the air and teenagers.
came. The people at the centre were pretty 3 thoughФ.
B from Herrington Adventists airlifted the group of five teenagers.
A 4 for the adventure centre stated that only experienced caC took all precautions and rescued the group to recover in hospital.
noeists were allowed into the bay. He said that the group had left on their D transported the unfortunate travellers by air.
5 initiative and taken the canoes without permission. Because of storm warnings, the group wouldnТt have been allowed out yesterday.
9. What title would you give to the story A Drama in Herrington Bay Canoe.
1. A rough B rude C blue D massive B Dramatic rescue in bay.
2. A as B for C till D despite C Huge waves.
3. A accumulated B annoyed C provided D warned D Youngsters against the adventure centre 4. A candidate B hero C spokesman D participant 5. A courageous B glorious C dramatic D own 10. The word УbayФ means in the story:
A part of the sea enclosed by a wide curve of the shore.
Part B. Directions: Questions 6 through 10 are based on the text B high peak of the huge wave.
(Questions 6 Ц 10) youТve read in Part A of this Section.
C strip of land off Herrington.
Choose the one best answer to each question on D place for brave, adventurous youngsters.
the basis of what is stated or implied in the text.
Mark the answer on your answer sheet.
61 4. A maintain B prove C find D identify Text 5. A not B so as C in order D as Part A. Directions: Fill in the gaps in the text with one of the four (Questions 1 Ц 5) choices given below. Choose the correct answer Part B. Directions: Questions 6 through 10 are based on the text and mark it on your answer sheet. The example (Questions 6 Ц 10) youТve read in Part A of this Section.
shows you what to do Choose the one best answer to each question on the basis of what is stated or implied in the text.
Example: I 0 a lovely holiday in the country last year.
Mark the answer on your answer sheet.
A brought B had C passed D gave Answer: 0. B 6. Which of the following is not true Ц Andrew Wilson Missing in the icy, windswept wilderness of ScotlandТs mountains, A was considered to be dead after missing for the three days in Arctic Andrew Wilson walked into a local police station early this morning. He had conditions.
survived for three days in Arctic conditions, and been given up for dead.
B walked into a local police station and was given up for dead.
Andrew was cold, tired and hungry but otherwise unscathed by his C was cold, tired and hungry but not injured by his difficult experiordeal. 1 by savage winds and deep snow, he had been unable to deence.
D endured the savage winds and deep snow for three days and didnТt УI knew I had to get out of the wind and conserve body heat, 2 I give up.
dug a hole in the snow and stayed there. I ate the sandwiches and chocolate that I had brought with me and I had a flask of coffee. As soon as the 7. How did Andrew Wilson manage to stay alive storm died down, I walked 3 the mountainФ, said Andrew.
A He kept safe from hypothermia, wind and frostbite.
УAndrew has a lot of experience and knew exactly what to doФ, B He survived well.
commented Richard Frobisher, leader of the local mountain rescue team.
C He didnТt drop in temperature.
УHe knew that hypothermia, a severe drop in the bodyТs core temperature, D He didnТt lose consciousness.
can cause death within two hours. It is crucial to prevent this. Andrew may well have survived because of the sandwiches and chocolate and hot drink 8. How did Andrew Wilson prevent heat loss he had brought with him to 4 his energy levels. Wind chill can be a A He was lucky.
real killer. People can get so tired they just lose consciousness. Andrew B He didnТt even notice it.
knew he had to protect himself against the windФ.
C He wore the right clothes.
Richard added, УAndrew was lucky 5 to get frostbite-your fingers D He wrapped up frostbite.
and toes can go numb before you even notice-but he was well wrapped upФ.
9. What title would you give to the story 1. A Beaten B Found C Bitten D Trapped A Safe survival after wilderness of the Scots.
2. A nevertheless B however C so D but B Police work miracle: Andrew Wilson survived.
3. A in the direction B off C out of D of 63 C Missing climber walks to safety.
Text D Drama and rescuers.
Directions: Fill in the gaps in the text with one of the four 10. The word УcrucialФ means in the story:
(Questions 1 Ц 5) choices given below. Choose the correct answer A descending and mark it on your answer sheet.
B inevitable C dangerous No Christmas D decisive In 1649 when Britain was ruled by Oliver Cromwell and his Roundheads, 1 was passed abolishing Christmas. It was declared that it should be an 2 working day, like any other. People, however, thought that the Unit II Puritans had gone too far and 3 to celebrate as usual. Many congregaLegal action tions were arrested in their entirety 4 doing so, but the law was soon repealed and Christmas became Christmas 5.
Text 1. A a ruler B a Roundhead C a law D a lawyer 2. A extra B ordinary C extraordinary D utmost Directions: Fill in the gaps in the text with one of the four 3. A passed B continued C concluded D declared (Questions 1 Ц 5) choices given below. Choose the correct answer 4. A for B against C as if D just and mark it on your answer sheet.
5. A back B once C since D once more Happy Anniversary The 1 officer in Leeds magistratesТ court knew the defendant Text very well. It was the 500th 2 he had appeared in court on a charge of drunkenness. He had first appeared there in 1922. The magistrate decided to give the man an absolute 3, and gave him another talking-to Ч on Directions: Fill in the gaps in the text with one of the four the evils of drink. Two days later the same man appeared on the same (Questions 1 Ц 5) choices given below. Choose the correct answer charge. СI was celebrating my 500th appearance in courtТ he told 4.
and mark it on your answer sheet.
This time he was 5 50p.
Banned And Banned 1.
1. A agressive B presiding C presumptious D navy An Essex man was disqualified 2 driving by magistrates at 2. A charge B time C courtier D defense Southend Court. A few minutes after he left court, he decided to risk driv3. A reward B discharge C sentence D award ing 3. Unfortunately, 4 who had banned him spotted him at the 4. A the magistrate B the defendant C the magister D the drunkard wheel.
5. A donated B deceived C promoted D fined The unfortunate driver had to 5 in court where he was fined $ 300.00 and banned for another year.
65 1. A for nothing B again C for ever D for good Allow Us, Sir The Waldorf Astoria is among the greatest hotels in New York and is 2. A to B by C forward D from staffed with security men and detectives, among other, more usual hotel 3. A illegally B illogically C legally D loyally 4. A the maximum B the miracle C the magistrate D the mistrial staff, whose job is to protect the wealthy residents who stay there. One night the hotel detective saw a man stumble as he came down the staircase 5. A disappear B qualify C reappear D disqualify into the lobby. In falling he dropped his suitcase which burst open and spilled out jewels all over the hallway. He summoned a porter and the two hotel men helped the grateful guest put everything back into the case, held Text the door open for him and hailed a cabЕ Only after the guest was safely away was the theft of more than half Directions: Fill in the gaps in the text with one of the four a million dollarsТ worth of gems reported to the desk clerk.
(Questions 1 Ц 5) choices given below. Choose the correct answer and mark it on your answer sheet.
1. Which of the following is not true A The guest summoned the porter: the sum was summed up.
Not A Very 1 Neighbour B The Waldorf Astoria personnel is to protect its residents.
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