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He gets up ___________.              Choose the best answer for the following sentence: ___________ swimming is considered to be ___________ good way of losing weight. Choose the best answer for the following sentence: Everybody agrees that no more staff _______________. Choose the best answer for the following sentence: This is just an ___________ meeting; you just need to dress casually.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: If you ____________ so much then, everyone ____________ satisfied and she ____________. Choose the best answer for the following sentence: “Do you like to play tennis?” “I _________, but now I prefer golf.”   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: The more goals the players ____________, the more exciting the match became.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: There are several ___________ to attract the attention of other people. Choose the best answer for the following sentence: New Zealand _____________ 1,000 miles southeast of Australia.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: ___________, you’d know what we're talking about now. Choose the best answer for the following sentence: The _______________________ produced at our factory in England.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: There was no scientific evidence that the catastrophic _______________ in Britain’s song-birds was due to the unwelcome attention of birds of prey.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: We haven't had a vacation _____________ a year, so next month maybe we _______________ a week off and go camping. Choose the best answer for the following sentence: If the chair ____________ break, Paul can fix it for you.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: We have got a lot of ____________________________.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: Tomatoes ______________ before they are completely ripe.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: Don't take him ___________ a fool; he is really quite smart.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: “Were you pleased with the translation?” “Yes. The job was ___________.”   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: He succeeded ____________ getting a scholarship.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: Liz moved _____________ . Choose the best answer for the following sentence: _________ they leave before supper or do they have time to stay until my friends come?   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: Friendship brings us ____________ best of all in life.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: Our government ___________________ a system of private schools in the new future.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: Remember me _____________ your parents.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: We can’t even walk in the storm. Let’s wait in the hallway where we’ll be ____________ the strong winds until things quiet down.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: In beach volleyball, Indonesia defeated Thailand in straight sets to take men’s gold .   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: If you are looking for volunteers, count me _________.   Choose the best answer for the following sentence: "I didn’t go to class last night because my car broke down.” “You ____________ mine. I wasn’t using it.” Choose the best answer for the following sentence: My country __________ the pursuit of world peace.   Read the passage below and choose one correct answer for each question:                                     WILL LIFE BE WORTH LIVNG IN 2000 AD?        What sort of life will you be living 39 years from now? Scientists have looked into the future and they can tell you.        It looks as if everything will be so easy that people will probably die from sheer boredom.        You will be whisked around in monorail vehicles at 200 miles an hour and you will think nothing of taking a fortnight's holiday in outer space.        Your house will probably have air walls, and a floating roof, adjustable to the angle of the sun.        Doors will open automatically, and clothing will be put away by remote control. The heating and cooling systems will be built into the furniture and rugs.       You'll have a home control room - an electronics centre, where messages will be recorded when you're away from home. This will play back when you return, and also give you up-to-the minute world news, and transcribe your latest mail.    You'll have wall-to-wall global TV, an indoor swimming pool, TV- telephones and room-to-room TV. Press a button and you can change the décor of a room.       The status symbol of the year 2000 will be the home computer help, which will help mothers teach the children, cook the meals and issue reminders of appointments.       Cooking will be in solar ovens with microwave controls. Garbage will be refrigerated, and pressed into fertiliser pellets.       Food won't be very different from 1961, but there will be a few new dishes - instant bread, sugar made from sawdust, foodless foods (minus nutritional properties), juice powders and synthetic tea and cocoa. Energy will come in tablet form.     1. Which year was this article published? A.1939                  B.1961              C. 2000               D. 2006 2. According to the article, what will there be in our house in 2000? A. airplanes          B. angle of the sun           C. floating roof          D. clothing 3. What will the home control room do for you? A. It will give up-to-the minute world news. B. It will record your messages when you’re at home. C. It will play music for you all the day. D. It will provide wall-to-wall global TV. 4. What does the word “whisked” in the article mean? A. flew              B. played                 C. bought                 D. moved 5. Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. In 2000, doors will open automatically. B. The cooling systems will be built into the furniture. C. The home computer will help mothers cook the meals. D. Food in 2000 will be very different from that in 1961.   Read the following passage and choose the best answer for each blank.              Each year, the United States government publishes the Occupational Outook Handbook. This large book (1)________ over 250 kinds of jobs. It describes job duties, working conditions, education needed, and salary. Most important, it gives the job outlook. That is, it tells how (2)__________ openings there will be for a job in the coming year. If the outlook is excellent, there will be a great (3)___________ for workers. There will be more jobs than people. If the outlook is good, the number of jobs and the number of workers will be about the (4)____ . If the outlook is poor, there will be more workers than jobs. It will be very difficult to (5)_______ work in that kind of job. This chapter will describe the job outlook for some jobs.          The outlook for farmers is (6)______ . Farms will become larger and use better machinery to plant food. Many small farms will go (7)______ business.       The future for high school teachers is poor, too. Because families are having (8)_____ children, schools will need fewer teachers. There will be a need for math and science teachers, but some history and English teachers will (9)______  their jobs.        The job outlook for radio and TV technicians is excellent. Families will buy more (10)_____ equipment, such as televisions, stereos, tape recorders, video games, etc.       The Occupational Outlook Handbook is in the library. It can tell you if the I work you are interested in has a future or not.   1. A. speaks                 B. prescribe                     C. translates                  D. lists 2. A. much                    B. many                           C. far                              D. long 3. A. need                    B. work                            C. storage                      D. inquiry 4. A. similar                  B. alike                             C. same                          D. likelihood 5. A. search                  B. find                              C. look                           D. prepare 6. A. poor                     B. good                            C. excellent                    D. small 7. A. into                      B. among                         C. out of                         D. outside 8. A. more                    B. less                              C. bigger                        D. fewer 9. A. lose                     B. open                             C. close                          D. explore 10. A. furniture            B . electronic                     C.cookery                       D. office Find a mistake in the four underlined parts of the sentence and correct it: I admired your bravery. Therefore, I didn’t agree with it. Find a mistake in the four underlined parts of the sentence and correct it: I know a small restaurant at where you can get a wonderful meal. Find a mistake in the four underlined parts of the sentence and correct it: Stayed strong, family members have to be engaged in each other’s lives. Find a mistake in the four underlined parts of the sentence and correct it: According to Mehrabian in 1971, only 7% of the information we communicate to others depends upon the words saying; 93% of that depends on nonverbal communication. Find a mistake in the four underlined parts of the sentence and correct it: If you multiply any number from zero, the answer is always zero. Choose one sentence that has the closest meaning to the root one: I have not seen Tom for ages. Choose one sentence that has the same meaning as the root one: Peter has not had his hair cut for over four months. Choose one sentence that has the same meaning as the root one: It took me a long time to get over the disappointment of losing the match. Choose one sentence that has the closest meaning to the root one: "If I were you, I would take a break," Tom said to Daisy. Choose one sentence that has the same meaning as the root one: He talked very fast. I couldn’t understand him. Choose the correct sentence which is built from the words and phrases given: I / let/ borrow/ novel/ but/ you/ promise/ return/ next week. Choose the correct sentence which is built from the words and phrases given. Minor / foul / such / punch / ball / free / throw / award / spot / foul //. Choose the correct sentence which is built from the words and phrases given: Development/ birth-control methods/ free/ cycle/ child bearing. Choose the correct sentence which is built from the words and phrases given: If/ he/ come/ station/ earlier/ not miss/ train. Choose the correct sentence which is built from the words and phrases given: Vietnam’s Minister of Planning and Investment / the government / target / a GDP growth of around 8.5% / 2007.

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