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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. filmed B. started C. heated D. added
Question 2: A. bay B. fan C. cat D. band
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3: A. attract B. deny C. begin D. answer
Question 4: A. attention B. detective C. furniture D. investment
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5: His sister doesn’t always satisfy with what she has, _______?
A. doesn’t she B. does she C. has she D. hasn’t she
Question 6: She has worked as _______ author for about 10 years.
A. a B. an C. the D. Ø
Question 7: The law was finally passed _______ May 1999.
A. on B. during C. in D. at
Question 8: _______ we prepare for the presentation, the higher our mark will be.
A. The most carefully B. The more carefully
C. More carefully D. Most carefully
Question 9: I ordered two _______ pizzas for the game.
A. tasty large chicken B. tasty chicken large
C. chicken tasty large D. large tasty chicken
Question 10: When I _______ home, Max was busy preparing the dinner.
A. had gone B. went C. was going D. go
Question 11: He had a headache, _______ he went to see a doctor.
A. because B. but C. though D. so
Question 12: Please send your brother my regards as soon as you _______ him.
A. meet B. will meet C. is going to meet D. met
Question 13: _______ two hours working in the garden, my grandfather needed to take a rest.
A. To spend B. Having spent C. Spending D. Being spent
Question 14: What’s the secret of your _______?
A. succeed B. successful C. successfully D. success
Question 15: Halfway through the chapter I realized I hadn’t _______ anything _______.
A. got – over B. taken – in
C. gone – over D. came – through
Question 16: You should make a list of things to do and _______ them if you want to work effectively.
A. take B. arrange C. prioritize D. approach
Question 17: The director informed that no candidates _______ all the criteria for the administrative position.
A. completed B. fulfilled C. achieved D. suited
Question 18: Tony hates being under _______ all the time as his parents check his Facebook account every day,
A. way B. attack C. pressure D. control
Question 19: My old house was a sight for _______ eyes after I’d been away for so long.
A. injured B. painful C. hurting D. sore
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 20: The journalist refused to disclose the source of his information.
A. open B. reveal C. shut D. conceal
Question 21: The soup was so tasty that Harry asked for another serving.
A. tough B. soft C. delicious D. awful
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 22: Adverse weather conditions made it difficult to play the game.
A. favourable B. bad C. comfortable D. severe
Question 23: She was like a cat on hot bricks before her driving test.
A. nervous B. comfortable C. depressed D. relaxing
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the following exchanges.
Question 24: Tom and Nick were carrying out a project. Tom was worried about whether they could meet the deadline or not and Nick wanted to reassure him that they could.
Tom: “We’ll have to hurry if we want to finish this project on time.” – Nick: “_______”
A. OK. But I’ll call you later. B. I’ll say we will.
C. I’m tired. I’ll go home early. D. What a wonderful idea!
Question 25: Kate was busy doing the washing up. Ann offered to help her, but she refused politely.
Ann: “Do you need any help?” – Kate: “_______”
A. That’s fine by me. B. I haven’t got a clue.
C. No, thanks. I can manage. D. That’s all for now.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 to 30.
The story of Monopoly
Monopoly is one of the biggest-selling games in the world. It is sold in 80 countries and comes in 26 different languages. But where did this classic board game come from, and why did it become so popular?
At the beginning of the 20th century, an instructional game (26) _________ is called ‘The Landlord’s Game’ was first published by a political activist, Elizabeth Magie. The (27) _________ of the game was to teach people how rich, powerful individuals take advantage of the poor while they accumulate even more wealth. Unfortunately, the game was not popular, and she sold very (28) _________ copies of it.
In 1934, a man called Charles Darrow redesigned it, creating a game of chance. (29) _________, when he presented his game, which he called ‘Monopoly’, to the games manufacturers Parker Brothers, they rejected it. They said it was too complex and contained too many flaws.
Darrow persisted and (30) _________ to produce the game himself. He created and sold over 5,000 handmade sets to a local department store. The game had immense public appeal, and was so popular that Darrow went back to Parker Brothers, who bought the rights to the game.
(Adapted formComplete IELTS Band 4-5 by Rawdon Wyatt)
Question 26: A. who B. whom C. which D. what
Question 27: A. purpose B. plan C. design D. wish
Question 28: A. little B. few C. many D. much
Question 29: A. Though B. Although C. However D. Therefore
Question 30: A. succeeded B. decided C. happened D. failed
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 31 to 35.
Body language is a vital form of communication. In fact, it is believed that the various forms of body language contribute about 70 percent to our comprehension. It is important to note, however, that body language varies in different cultures. Take for example, eye movement. In the USA a child is expected to look directly at a parent or teacher who is scolding him/her. In other cultures the opposite is true. Looking directly at a teacher or parent in such a situation is considered a sign of disrespect.
Another form of body language that is used differently, depending on the culture, is distance. In North America people don’t generally stand as close to each other as in South America. Two North Americans who don’t know each other well will keep a distance of four feet between them, whereas South Americans in the same situation will stand two to three feet apart. North Americans will stand closer than two feet apart only if they are having a confidential conversation or if there is intimacy between them.
Gestures are often used to communicate. We point a finger, raise an eyebrow, wave an arm – or move any other part of the body – to show what we want to say. However, this does not mean that people all over the world use the same gestures to express the same meanings. Very often we find that the same gestures can communicate different meanings, depending on the country. An example of a gesture that could be misinterpreted is sticking out the tongue. In many cultures it is a sign of making a mistake, but in some places it communicates ridicule.
The dangers of misunderstanding one another are great. Obviously, it is not enough to learn the language of another culture. You must also learn its non-verbal signals if you want to communicate successfully.
(Adapted from “Reading Academic English” by Judy Rapoport, Ronit Broder and Sarah Feingold)
Question 31: What is the passage mainly about?
A. Misunderstandings in communication
B. Interpretations of gestures in different cultures
C. The significance of non-verbal signals in American
D. Non-verbal communication across cultures
Question 32: The word “misinterpreted” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _______ .
A. mispronounced B. misbehaved C. misspelled D. misunderstood
Question 33: The word “it” in paragraph 3 refers to _______ .
A. the country B. an example
C. sticking out the tongue D. making a mistake
Question 34: As stated in the last paragraph, in order to communicate successfully with people from another culture, it is advisable for a person _______.
A. to use the body language of the people from that culture
B. to learn both the language and non-verbal signals of that culture
C. to learn only non-verbal signals of that culture
D. to travel to as many countries as possible
Question 35: Which form of body language is NOT mentioned in the passage?
A. distance B. posture C. gesture D. eye movement
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 36 to 42.
How do children learn about wildlife? And is what they learn the sort of thing they should be learning? It is my belief that children should not just be acquiring knowledge of animals but also developing attitudes and feelings towards them based on exposure to the real lives of animals in their natural habitats. But is this happening?
Some research in this area indicates that it is not. Learning about animals in school is often completely disconnected from the real lives of real animals, with the result that children often end up with little or no understanding or lasting knowledge of them. They learn factual information about animals, aimed at enabling them to identify them and have various abstract ideas about them, but that is the extent of their learning. Children’s storybooks tend to personify animals as characters rather than teach about them.
For direct contact with wild and international animals, the only opportunity most children have is visiting a zoo. The educational benefit of this for children is often given as the main reason for doing it but research has shown that zoo visits seldom add to children’s knowledge of animals – the animals are simply like exhibits in a museum that the children look at without engaging with them as living creatures. Children who belong to wildlife or environmental organizations or who watch wildlife TV programmes, however, show significantly higher knowledge than any other group of children studied in research. The studies show that if children learn about animals in their natural habitats, particularly through wildlife-based activities, they know more about them than they do as a result of visiting zoos or learning about them in the classroom.
Research has also been done into the attitudes of children towards animals. It shows that in general terms, children form strong attachments to individual animals, usually their pets, but do not have strong feelings for animals in general. This attitude is the norm regardless of the amount or kind of learning about animals they have at school. However, those children who watch television wildlife programs show an interest in and affection for wildlife in its natural environment, and their regard for animals in general is higher.
(Adapted from New English File, by Christina Latham -Koenig, Oxford University Press)
Question 36: What could be the best title for the passage?
A. Zoos: The Best Opportunity to Learn About Animals
B. Methods of Learning About Animals at School
C. Learning About Animals at School
D. Research on Learning About Animals
Question 37: The word “disconnected” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ________.
A. separated B. removed C. divided D. disagreed
Question 38: What opinion does the writer express in the second paragraph?
A. What children learn about animals at school is often inaccurate.
B. The amount of acquired knowledge about animals at school is adequate.
C. Children’s storybooks are an effective way of teaching them about animals.
D. Children’s learning about animals at school has the wrong emphasis.
Question 39: The word “them” in paragraph 2 refers to _______.
A. ideas B. children’s storybooks
C. children D. animals
Question 40: Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Children’s storybooks give factual information about animals.
B. The writer raises the issue of the outcome of what children learn about animals.
C. Learning about animals in their natural habitats teaches children more about animals than other methods.
D. Zoo visits have less educational benefit than they are believed to have.
Question 41: It can be inferred from paragraph 4 that children’s attitudes to animals _______.
A. depend on whether or not they have pets
B. differ from what adults might expect them to be
C. based on how much they know about the animals
D. are not affected by what they learn about them at school
Question 42: The word “regard” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to _______.
A. opinion B. respect C. attitude D. sympathy
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 43: The effect of this drug has been proven to be extremely harmful a long time ago.
Question 44: The participants in the workshop learned how to communicate, negotiate, and work with his partners for the most effective outcome.
Question 45: Please consult your physicist before beginning any new exercise program.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 46: Simon last took part in a voluntary project a couple of years ago.
A. Simon hasn’t taken part in a voluntary project for a couple of years.
B. Simon didn’t take part in a voluntary project a couple of years ago.
C. Simon have taken part in a voluntary project for a couple of years.
D. Simon took part in a voluntary project for a couple of years.
Question 47: “Why don’t you leave your mother a message before going, Tom!” said Linda.
A. Linda advised Tom to leave his mother a message before going.
B. Linda forbade Tom to leave his mother a message before going.
C. Linda warned Tom to leave his mother a message before going.
D. Linda offered Tom to leave his mother a message before going.
Question 48: It’s optional for freshmen to register this course.
A. Freshmen shouldn’t register this course.
B. Freshmen ought not to register this course.
C. Freshmen needn’t register this course.
D. Freshmen don’t have to register this course.
Mark the letter A, B, c, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 49: Without his mother’s support, he would not have succeeded in the interview.
A. With his mother’s support, he would have succeeded in the interview.
B. Had it not been for his mother’s support, he wouldn’t have succeeded in the interview.
C. If his mother had supported him, he would have succeeded in the interview.
D. If his mother supported him, he wouldn’t have succeeded in the interview.
Question 50: The marketing team knew they couldn’t sign the contract. They soon started to blame each other.
A. Hardly had the marketing team known they couldn’t sign the contract when they started to blame each other.
B. Not only could the marketing team sign the contract but they blamed each other as well.
C. No sooner had the marketing team started to blame each other than they knew they couldn’t sign the contract.
D. As soon as they blamed each other, the marketing team knew they couldn’t sign the contract.
|1. A||2. A||3. D||4. C||5. B||6. B||7. C||8. B||9. A||10. B|
|11. D||12. A||13. B||14. D||15. B||16. C||17. B||18. D||19. D||20. B|
|21. C||22. A||23. B||24. B||25. C||26. C||27. A||28. B||29. C||30. B|
|31. D||32. D||33. C||34. B||35. B||36. C||37. A||38. D||39. C||40. A|
|41. C||42. B||43. B||44. C||45. B||46. A||47. A||48. D||49. B||50. A|
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