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Read the passage below and choose one correct answer for each question:           After spending a day at the beach, I stopped to buy a snack on my way home. But when I reached for my wallet, it wasn’t there. I checked my other pockets, and the car and then headed back to look at the beach. My driver’s license, my ID card - my mind was racing through all the things I had lost and I felt rotten. A search of the beach and parking lot proved fruitless, so I headed home. I tried to forget it because there was nothing I could do, but I was mad at myself for losing it. After dinner when I was watching TV and trying to forget, the phone rang and a voice asked: “Did you lose a wallet? I found it on the beach”. What a great feeling that gave me - not only for my luck, but also for my faith in all humanity!   1. How much time did the writer spend on the beach? A. Two days.               B. A day and a half.                 C. A day.                 D. Three days. 2. What did he lose? A. His car.               B. His wallet.                C. His key.                  D. His snack. 3. How did he feel when he knew that he lost his driver’s license and I.D. card? A. He felt happy.          B. He felt unhappy.         C. He felt angry.          D. He felt excited. 4. Where did he go after searching the beach and the parking lot and finding nothing? A. He went to the police station.                    B. He went to his office. C. He went home.                                          D. He went to the grocery store. 5. What did the person who found his wallet do? A. He called him.                           B. He came to his house. C. He called the police.                 D. He gave his wallet to the police   Read the passage below and choose one correct answer for each question:         Today the most important population trends are the fast growth in the number of elderly people and the sharp drop in the number of teenagers leaving school. The size of the elderly population is growing because people are living longer and fewer babies have been born.         In 1911, only 5 percent of the UK population was older than 65. Today, the figure is more than 15 percent. Over the next decade the greatest increase will be in people aged 75 and over. The drop in the number of school-leavers was caused by the fall in the birth rate between 1964 and 1977. This trend is known as the "demographic time bomb" - because demographers knew that, once the birth rate fell, there was no way to stop it having an explosive effect on the economy and on society 16 years later.         However, the impact may well be short-term. According to some forecasters the UK's birth rate may soon become one of the highest in western Europe.    1. What are the most important population trends today? - They are ___________. A. the fast growth in the number of elderly people B. the sharp drop in the number of teenagers leaving school C. the fewer babies D. A & B 2. How many percent of the UK population was older than 65 in 1911? A. Only 5 percent. B. Only 15 percent. C. Only 25 percent. D. Only 10 percent. 3. What will the greatest increase be in over the next decade? A. In people aged 75 and over. B. In people aged 65. C. In the number of school-leavers. D. In the newly born babies. 4. What was the drop in the number of school-leavers caused by? A. The explosion in the birth rate between 1964 and 1977. B. The increase in the birth rate between 1964 and 1977. C. The fall in the birth rate between 1964 and 1977. D. the number in the birth rate between 1964 and 1977. 5. According to some forecasters, what is the UK's birth rate like? A. It may soon become one of the highest in Europe. B. It may soon become one of the highest in the world. C. It may soon become one of the highest in western Europe. D. It may soon become one of the highest in eastern Europe.  

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