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01/07/2018 12:00:00 SA
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Read the following passage and choose the correct answer to each question.

Ever since humans have inhabited the earth, they have made use of various forms of communication. Generally, this expression of thoughts and feelings has been in the form of oral speech. When there is a language barrier, communication is accomplished through sign language in which motions stand for letters, words, and ideas. Tourists, the deaf, and the mute have had to resort to this form of expression. Many of these symbols of whole words are very picturesque and exact and can be used internationally, spelling, however, cannot.

Body language transmits ideas or thoughts by certain actions, either intentionally or unintentionally. A wink can be a way of flirting or indicating that the party is only joking. A nod signifies approval, while shaking the head indicates a negative reaction.

Other forms of nonlinguistic language can be found in Braille (a system of raised dots read with the fingertips), signal flags, Morse code, and smoke signals. Road maps and picture signs also guide, warm, and instruct people. While verbalization is most common form of language, other systems and techniques also express human thoughts and feelings.

 

Which form other than oral speech would be the most commonly used among blind people?
  • Picture signs
  • Braille
  • Signal flags
  • Body language

The word “these” in the first paragraph refers to ________.

  • thoughts and feelings
  • tourists
  • the deaf and the mute
  • sign language motions

Sign language is said to be very picturesque and exact and can be used internationally EXCEPT for _______.


  • spelling
  • ideas
  • whole words
  • expressions

The word “wink” in the second paragraph means most nearly the same as ______.

  • close one eye briefly
  • close two eyes briefly
  • shake the head from side to side
  • bob the head up and down
Which of the following best summarizes this passage?
  • Nonlinguistic language is invaluable to foreigners
  • Although other forms of communication exist, verbalization is the fastest
  • When language is a barrier, people will find other forms of communication.
  • Everybody uses only one form of communication
What is the best title for the passage?
  • The importance of Sign Language.
  • Ways of Expressing Feelings.
  • The Forms of Communication.
  • Picturesque Symbols of Communication.
People need to communicate in order to _______.
  • keep from reading with their fingertips
  • be picturesque and exact
  • create language barriers
  • express thoughts and feelings
All of the following statements are true EXCEPT ________.
  • Ideas and thoughts can be transmitted by body language
  • There are many forms of communication in existence today
  • The deaf and mute can use an oral form of communication
  • Ideas and thoughts can be transmitted by body language

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.

  • concerned
  • raised
  • developed
  • maintained

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.

  • hurry
  • under
  • pressure
  • rush

Choose the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.

  • Restaurant
  • Assistance
  • Usually
  • Compliment

Choose the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.

  • Suppose
  • Problem
  • Minute
  • Dinner

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.
She raised her hand high. She wanted to attract her teacher’s attension.

  • Because her teacher attracted her, she raised her hand high.
  • To attract her teacher’s attension, she raised her hand high.
  • Though she raised her hand high, she could not attract her teacher’s attension.
  • She had such a high raising of hand that she failed to attract her teacher’s attension.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.
My brother isn’t good at English. I’m not either.

  • Neither my brother nor I am not good at English.
  • Neither my brother nor I am good at English.
  • Not only my brother but I am good at English as well.
  • Both my brother and I are good at English.

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).
When you see your teacher approaching you, a slight wave to attract his attention is appropriate.

  • coming nearer to
  • leaving
  • pointing at
  • looking up to

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).
You should put yourself on the back for having achieved such a high score in the graduation exam.

  • Criticize yourself
  • Wear a backpack
  • Praise yourself
  • Check up your back

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in the meaning to the underlined word(s).
We have lived there for years and grown fond of the surroundings. That is why we do not want to leave.

  • loved the surroundings
  • possessed by the surroundings
  • planted many trees in the surroundings
  • haunted by the surroundings

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in the meaning to the underlined word(s)

I didn’t think his comments were very appropriate at the time.

  • correct
  • right
  • exact
  • suitable

Choose the underlined part that needs corrections.
The effects of ciagarette moking has been proven to be extremely harmful.

  • The
  • ciagarette
  • has
  • extremely

Choose the underlined part that needs corrections.
Only after food has been dried or canned it should be stored for future use.

  • Only
  • dried
  • it should
  • use

Choose the underlined part that needs corrections.
Hoa’s parents didn’t allow her going to the cinema with her friends yesterday.

  • Hoa’s
  • didn’t
  • going
  • with

Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the given one.
I haven’t met my grandparents for five years.

  • I last met my grandparents five years ago.
  • I have met my grandparents for five years.
  • I often met my grandparents five years ago.
  • I didn’t meet my grandparents five years ago.

Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the given one.
I could not get the job because I did not speak English well.

  • I failed to ger the job because of my poor English.
  • Depite my poor English, I was successfull in the job.
  • I wish I had got the job so that I could speak English well.
  • I would have spoken English well if I could get the job.

Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the given one.
“Yes, I stole your purse”, the boy said to the young woman.

  • The boy denied stealing the young man’s purse.
  • The young woman thanked the boy for stealing her purse.
  • The boy admitted stealing the woman’s purse.
  • The young woman accused the boy of stealing her purse.

Read the passage and choose the correct word for each of the blanks.
The General Certificate of Secondary Education or the GCSE examinations for short are the standard school-leaver qualifications taken by virtually all UK students in the May and June following their 16th birthday. If you come to a UK school before you  the age of 16, you will study towards GCSE examination in up to 12 subjects. Some subjects are compulsory, including English and mathematics, and you can select , such as music, drama, geography and history from a series of options. GCSEs provide a good all-round education you can build at college and eventually at university.

Choose the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

- Mai: You look great in this new dress, An!

- An: _______.

  • With pleasure.
  • Not at all.
  • I am glad you like it.
  • Do not say anything about it.

Ken and Tom are high – school students. They are discussing where their study.

- Ken: “Where is our study group going to meet next weekend?”

– Tom: “_________”.

  • Studying in a group is great fun.
  • Why don’t you look at the atlas?
  • We are too busy on weekdays.
  • The library would be best.

Read the following passage and choose the correct answer to each question.
These days, most people in Britain and the US do not wear very formal clothes. But sometimes it is important to wear the right thing.
Many British people don't think about clothes very much. They just like to be comfortable. When they go out to enjoy themselves, they can wear almost anything. At theatres, cinemas and concerts you can put on what you like from elegant suits and dresses to jeans and sweaters. Anything goes, as long as you look clean and tidy.
But in Britain, as well as in the US, men in offices usually wear suits and ties, and women wear dresses or skirts (not trousers). Doctors, lawyers and business people wear quite formal clothes. And in some hotels and restaurants men have to wear ties and women wear smart dresses.
In many years, Americans are more relaxed than British people, but
they are more careful with their clothes. At home, or on holiday, most Americans wear informal or sporty clothes. But when they go out in the evening, they like to look elegant. In good hotels and restaurants, men have to wear jackets and ties, and women wear pretty clothes and smart hairstyles.
It is difficult to say exactly what people wear informal or formal in Britain and the US, because everyone is different. If you are not sure what to wear, watch what other people do and then do the same. You'll feel more relaxed if you don't look too different from everyone else.

Many British people wear freely when they__________.
  • attend lectures
  • attend meetings
  • spend their spare time
  • work in offices
Who doesn’t usually wear suits and ties?
  • lawyers
  • doctors
  • drivers
  • businessmen

If you visit an American friend at home in the evening, you may find that your friend wears _______

  • pretty clothes
  • formal clothes
  • dirty clothes
  • informal clothes

If you are in a foreign country, the best way the writer suggests to you is to wear ___.

  • strange clothes
  • as the people there do
  • your native clothes
  • comfortable clothes
The word “they” in paragraph 4 refers to ________.
  • American people
  • British people
  • men
  • women
The word “elegant” is closest in meaning to _______.
  • decent
  • confident
  • comfortable
  • neat
What do you think the passage is mainly about ?
  • Recent dressing habits in Great Britain and the United States.
  • The reason why informal clothing is popular in the UK and USA.
  • When we should wear in a formal way.
  • Where we should wear in a formal way

Choose the correct answer to each of the following questions.

The man _________ designed the building is my father.

  • Who
  • whose
  • when
  • what

I ________ for this company for more than 30 years, and I intend to say here until I retire.

  • am working
  • am going to work
  • work
  • have been working
I fell in ______ love with him because of his kind nature.
  • A
  • an
  • the

She accepted that she had acted _______ and mistakenly, which broke up her marriage.

  • romantically
  • unwisely
  • wisely
  • attractively
All of us ______ obey the traffic laws.
  • must
  • can
  • may
  • need

I recognized my grandma as soon as she ____ the plane although we had not seen each other for more than 10 years.

  • Got up
  • got off
  • got in
  • got over

People believed that what they do on the first day of year will _____ their luck during the whole year.

  • control
  • influence
  • exchange
  • result
On my birthday, my father gave me a ________.
  • new blue German car
  • blue German new car
  • new German blue car
  • German new blue car

The boy waved his hands to his mother, who was standing at the school gate, to_________ her attention.

  • attract
  • pull
  • follow
  • tempt
In some cases, Mary is thought not to be ________ her sister.
  • as much intelligent than
  • so intelligent than
  • intelligent more than
  • as intelligent as

Most of us would maintain that physical _______ does not play a major part in how we react to the people we meet.

  • attract
  • attractive
  • attractiveness
  • attractively
The mother asked her son _____ the day before.
  • where he has been
  • where he had been
  • where has he been
  • where had he been

Read the passage and choose the correct word for each of the blanks.
The General Certificate of Secondary Education or the GCSE examinations for short are the standard school-leaver qualifications taken by virtually all UK students in the May and June following their 16th birthday. If you come to a UK (A)_____ school before you (B)_____ the age of 16, you will study towards GCSE examination in up to 12 subjects. Some subjects are compulsory, including English and mathematics, and you can select (C)_____, such as music, drama, geography, and history from a series of options. GCSEs provide a good all-round education (D)_____ you can build (E)_____ at college and eventually at a university.

(A)

  • independent
  • dependence
  • independence
  • independently

(B)

  • come
  • approach
  • go
  • reach

(C)______

  • another
  • others
  • other
  • each other

(D)

  • where
  • what
  • that
  • whose

(E)______

  • at
  • for
  • in
  • on