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1. The house was burgled while the family was
A. buried

B. busy

2. I am sorry that I can’t
A. take
3.

in a card game.

C. absorbed

D. helping

your invitation.

B. except

C. agree


D. accept

what he says, he wasn’t even there when the crime was
committed.
A. Following

B. According to

C. Hearing

D. meaning

4. he has impressed his employers considerably and
A. nevertheless

B. accordingly

5. He gave his listeners a vivid
A. account

he is soon to be promoted.

C. yet

D. eventually

of his journey through Peru.

B. tale

C. communication

6. Will you be taking my precious experience into
A. possession

B. account

D. plot


when you fix my salary?

C. mind

D. scale

7. The policeman stopped him when he was driving home and
A. charged

B. accused

8. His stomach began to
A. pain
9. If you

C. blamed

him of speeding.
D. arrested

because of the bad food he had eaten.

B. harm

C. be hurt

D. ache

money to mine, we shall have enough.

A. add

B. combine

10. he was full of

C. unite

D. bank

for her

bravery.
A. energy

B. admiration

11. This ticket

C. surprise

D. pride

one person to the show.

A. permits

B. enters

C. delivers

D. admits

12. The cow had lost its own calf. but the farmer persuaded it to
A. choose
13. If we

B. adopt

C. undertake

D. collect

the plan you suggest, we are more likely to be successful.

A. elect

B. command

14. Science has made great
A. motions

C. vote

D. adopt

during the past 30 years.

B. advances

C. advantages

D. opportunities

15. He was a much older tennis player but he had the great
A. advantage
16. I had quite
A. an experiment

B. deal

A. advertisements

C. value

B. an adventure

C. a happening

19. The girl’s father

D. profit

D. an affair

in the paper as he wants to find a good second-hand car.

B. publicity

C. announcements

18. On my present salary, I just can’t
A. pretend

of experience.

on my way to work this morning.

17. He always studies the

A. admitted

one whose mother had died.

B. elect

D. publication

a car which costs over $3.000.
C. afford

D. adopt

to buy her a car if she passed her examination.
B. accepted

20. They are twins and look very

C. agreed

D. approved

.
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A. alike

B. same

21. As a result of their
A. combination

C. likely

D. identical

the three small independent countries felt less afraid of their powerful neighbour.

B. alliance

C. partnership

D. union

22. When he was a student, his father gave him a monthly
A. salary

B. permission

23. Is anyone

to fish in this

towards his expenses.

C. allowance

D. wage

C. admitted

D. passed

river?
A. borne
24. His

B. allowed

had always been to become an architect.

A. study
25. The

B. ambition

C. imagination

D. direction

of ice-cream sold increases sharply in the summer months.

A. account

B. amount

C. number

D. size

26. If you are bitten by a poisonous snake. it is necessary to be given an
A. analgesic
27. I’ m
A. worried

B. antibiotic

29. He is
A. apparently

B. curious

C. anxious

B. apologize

C. punish

B. evidently

C. obviously

C. programme

B. come

34. When John
A. came

B. arrange

D. happen

C. take

D. have

her for helping the murderer to escape.
B. searched

C. brought

D. arrested

in London he went to see the Houses of Parliament.
B. reached

C. arrived

B. frequent

D. got

in a newspaper about farming today.

B. advertisement

36. Students are expected to
A. assist

.
C. rise

35. I read an interesting
A. article

D. advertisement

an appointment for me to see Mr. Smith?

33. The police
A. caught

D. actually

for help for the earthquake victims, over a million pounds has been raised.

B. call

32. Could you please
A. manage

D. confess

a very old man but in fact he is only fifty.

31. Let me know if any difficulties
A. arise

D. troubled

for being rude to his uncle.

30. As a result of the radio
A. appeal

D. antidote

to get the tickets for the show today, as there are hardly any left.

28. The child was told to
A. excuse

C. antiseptic

C. composition

D. explanation

their classes regularly.
C. attend

D. present

37. Before you sign anything important, pay careful
A. notice

B. attention

C. regards

to all the conditions.
D. reference

38. In the central region the dry season is long and severe, and the
A. refreshing

B. general

C. average

39. The bicycle was moving so fast that its rider could not
A. leave

B. avoid

40. As soon as the children were
A. woke

as quickly as possible.

B. wake

C. miss

annual rainfall is only about 70 cm.

D. greatest
an accident.
D. overtake

, their mother got them out of bed and into the bathroom.
C. awake

D. waken
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41. This

is not big enough to cut down a tree.

A. axe

B. hammer

C. screw

42. In the market, the merchants
A. bargained

and joked with their friends and neighbours.

B. gardened

43. He couldn’t

D. knife

C. bearded

D. changed

the thought of leaving his home town for ever.

A. think

B. bear

C. carry

D. hold

44. The room was so quiet that she could hear the
A. beating

B. tapping

of her heart.

C. knocking

D. striking

45. Through a mixture of greed and intelligence, he has
A. grown

B. developed

the biggest landowner in the whole district.

C. become

D. increased

46. The damage done to my house by the fire has now
A. done good

B. been made good

.

C. made me good

D. been for good

47. The children will not be allowed to come with us if they don’t
A. direct

B. behave

C. declare

48. He has adopted three orphans
for.
A. besides

children so that, all together, he has nine children to provide

t
B. except

C. beside

B. bitter

50. The weather was
A. blamed for

D. compose

his own six

49. The two scientists disagreed and a
A. wet

themselves better.

D. in place of

argument developed.
C. salty

D. sour

the exceptionally poor harvest.

B. condemned for

C. accused of

D. criticized for

51. If you are so senseless as to go on long walks in tight fitting shoes, you must expect to get
A. scars

B. bruises

52. After lunch I felt
A. strong

C. blisters

D. spots

enough to ask my boss for rise.

B. bold

C. encouraged

53. It is a very popular play, and it would be wise
A. occupy

B. book

D. bald
seats well in advance.

C. buy

D. preserve

54. She began to feel nervous when the train pulled up at the
A. edge

B. bar

55. When the bill came, he had to
A. borrow

C. border

B. bottom

D. let
of the pool.

C. ground

D. depth

two or three times before rolling down the slope.

A. bounced

B. sprang

58. The bus ran over the cliff because its
A. brakes
59. The

D. division

C. loan

56. The toy boat turned over and sank to the

57. The ball

between Austria and Yugoslavia.

money from his brother to pay it.

B. lend

A. basis

.

B. controls

C. leapt

D. skipped

failed.
C. gears

D. signals

of the bank where he worked was not in the centre of the city.

A. seat
60. Large waves were

B. quarter

C. branch

D. piece

C. hitting

D. breaking

on the

seashore.
A. going

B. running

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61.

up children properly is mainly their parents’ duty.

A. Rearing

B. Breeding

62. Several prisoners
A. broke away

C. Raising

D. Bringing

from their guards and escaped.

B. broke out

C. broke through

D. broke down

63. The specialist was under so much stress that he finally
A. broke off

B. broke down

C. broke out

64. Well-mannered children have usually been properly
A. raised up

B. borne up

C. brought up

.
D. broke in
by their parents.
D. put up

65. The audience waited until the curtain had risen and then
A. flooded

B. cheered

C. started

into applause.
D. burst

66. When she heard from the hospital the father had died, she
A. burst

B. exploded

C. fell

67. If you put too many potatoes in that paper-bag it will
A. explode

B. crack

68. Every day thousands of
A. merchants

C. burst

into tears.
D. melted
.
D. overcrowd

fly the Atlantic for negotiations withAmerican firms.

B. dealers

C. businessmen

D. tradesmen

69. As there was a power cut in the hospital, the surgeon had to
A. call for

B. call on

70. The book

two weeks ago.

A. came across

B. came by

71. The country has a system of
A. channels

the operation.

C. call off

D. call out

C. came into

D. came out

, most of which date from the nineteenth century.

B. rivers

C. streams

D. canals

72. As we wait no longer for the delivery of your order, we have to
A. postpone
73. He’s not

B. refuse

74. Bill doesn’t
A. care

B. inclined

B. matter

C. disturb

B. carry out

B. accept

B. suitable

78. It isn’t quite

B. exact

D. carry on

what he said.
D. catch

for the underground station.
C. comfortable

D. distant

C. certain

D. formal

comes off, it is almost impossible te put it back on without getting oil on your hands.
B. belt

80. If you ever have the
A. possibility

D. depend

that he will be present at the meeting.

79. If your bicycle
A. ring

C. come on

C. listen

77. The flat we have rented is very

A. right

D. capable

with my work while you are getting tea ready?

76. He spoke so quickly that I didn’t

A. convenient

C. able

what people say about him.

75. Do you mind if I

A. receive

D. cancel

of learning German in six months.

A. interested

A. turn to

C. return

it.

C. steel

D. chain

to go abroad to work, you should take it.

B. offer

C. chance

D. event

81. The fog made it difficult for the driver to see when the traffic lights
A. adjusted

B. moved

C. changed

.

D. removed
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82. How much would you
A. charge
83. he was

for repairing my watch?

B. cost

C. spend

D. demand

with murder.

A. accused

B. charged

C. sentenced

84. lawyers often make higher
A. charges

for their work than they should.

B. prices

C. costs

85. The customs officer didn’t bother to
A. control

C. discover

86. Some of the older villagers prefer to

A. cool

C. chew

C. tepid

88. I’m afraid you have no
A. permission

D. chilly

but to come along with us.

B. choice

C. selection

89. Her husband felt it would be silly to

90. The terrified hunter,

D. election

the colour of the curtains before they had painted the room.

B. find

A. clutched

D. gnaw

so she went to fetch a coat.
B. chill

A. change

D. glance

tobacco rather than to smoke it.

B. crunch

87. The autumn air felt

D. rents

our luggage.

B. check

A. munch

D. convicted

C. choose

D. lose

in the arms of a huge bear, fought desperately to loosen its grip.

B. clasped

C. grasped

D. clinging

91. I shall never manage to beat John at tennis; we are clearly not in the same
A. set

B. band

92. The teacher
A. cleared away

C. class

D. order

the harder parts of the story.
B. cleared out

C. cleared up

93. The sky looks lighter. I think the weather is
A. clearing away

B. clearing

94. He wrote his name
A. largely

D. cleared off
.

C. bettering

96. He took a
A. garment

B. attentively

C. obviously

B. climate

B. cloth

C. clothing

B. fainted

100.

B. tie

101.

If you have a

A. dislike
102.

D. towel

D. collapsed

.
C. collar

B. composes

Very few scientists

A. come to

D. space

under him, with a loud noise of tearing canvas.
C. sank

99. The presently accepted theory of light
A. designs

as ours.

with him to clean the windscreen of his car.

98. He always wore a shirt with an open
A. colour

D. clearly

C. season

97. As the fat man sat down, the deck chair
A. fell

D. clearing up

and carefully at the top of the paper.

95. These trees cannot be grown in such a cold
A. weather

.

D. tail

some of the ideas of both earlier theories.
C. reacts

D. combines

with completely new answers to the world’s problems.

B. come round

C. come up

D. come in

to make about the food, I am willing to listen.
B. trouble

He said he had every

C. complaint

D. discontent

in his secretary; she would do the right thing.
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A. belief
103.

B. dependence

D. confidence

She was afraid that unless the train speeded up sle would lose lose her

A. ticket
104.

C. knowledge

B. seat

Tom was a highly

C. carriage

to Scotland.

D. connection

teacher who took his duties seriously but he had neither the personality nor ability

to achieve much success.
A. conscientious
105.

B. efficient

I was not

B. awake

I have always

C. valuable

D. worthwhile

you my best friend.
B. considered

C. trusted

She opened the packet and emptied the

A. fullness
109.

D. conscious

sum of $1300 in it.

B. considerable

A. regarded
108.

C. astonished

She has lost her handbag with the

A. extraordinary
107.

D. talented

that I had cut myself until I saw the blood all over my hand .

A. familiar
106.

C. capable

B. container

D. hoped

into a saucepan.

C. refills

The road lay ahead of him, a(n)

D. contents

grey line stretching to the

horizon. A, continual

B. constant

C. eternal D.

continuous
110.

In the capitalist countries, the rising

A. amount
111.

B. cost

There was a

B. crackle

They lay almost flat and

A. crouched
113.

117.

119.

B. crosses

C. unites

D. jumps

by boat, we reached the island.
B. crossing

B. torn

C. sail

B. cure

B. formal

B. dazzling

D. motion

in packing that she had to iron it before going out.
C. dirty

C. restore

C. large

C. blazing

D. crushed
my cold.
D. recover
shape.
D. broad
that the cyclist had to stop riding.
D. glittering

B. deal

C. amount

B. accused

C. refused

When the other car hit mine, it made a huge

of each other.
D. degree

When he was questioned about the missing ring, he firmly

A. defied
122.

D. wrinkles

People who live in a small village are bound to see a good

A. quantity
121.

D. scrambled

in that

The headlights of the approaching car were so

A. gleaming
120.

C. glided

The new car at the motor-show was a very

A. curious

D. clink

through the tubelike underground passage.

If I take this medicine twice a day, it should

A. heal
118.

C. creak

C. folds

Her skirt had been so

A. faded

D. price

the stream to the other side of the park.

After a tiring

A. course
116.

B. pleats

A narrow road

A. joins
115.

B. crawled

You should iron out the

dress.
A. creases
114.

C. expense

of parchment as the solicitor unrolled the will written on it.

A. rattle
112.

of living is as hard on country families as on city families.

that he had even seen it.

D. denied
in my rear bumper.
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A. hollow
123.

128.

129.

130.

D. obvious

C. obscurely

D. dimly

of the company, he often had to attend Board meetings.

B. directors

C. headmasters

D. governors

as the sun came fully out from behind the clouds.
B. resigned

C. retired

D. disappeared

when her husband forgot
B. deserted

High interest rates

A. discourage

D. alone

C. patient

B. vaguely

She felt very

A. deceived

.

lit after the bright sunshine outside.

The rainbow

A. dissolved

C. unattended

B. willing

As one of the four

A. managers
127.

D. dent

to succeed that I am sure nothing will stop her.

The hall seemed

A. faintly
126.

B. unpopular

Ann is so

A. determined
125.

C. mark

On Sunday the business centre of the city was usually quite

A. deserted
124.

B. depression

her birthday.

C. disappointed

D. desperate

people in capitalist countries from borrowing money.

B. decrease

C. disgust

D. disturb

Weeks later he had still not found a job and he began to feel

A. disappointed

B. disengaged

C. displaced

.

D. discouraged

131. Some useful ideas were suggested while the social committee was

the club’s programme for the

coming season.
A, arguing about B. discussing
132.

The cat showed her

A. distress
133.

B. dotted

D. disobedient

line.

C. stopped

B. into

C. down

B. in

.

D. straightened

C. down

his few friends.
D. over

completely.
D. out

by four horses.

B. pushed

C. driven

B. pin

C. probe

D. drawn
on my teeth.
D. drill

There is something wrong with his vocal chords and as a result, he had always been

A. silent
140.

D. despair

C. malicious

I dislike going to the dentist as he uses the

A. pick
139.

B. impertinent

The carriage was

A. rolled
138.

C. disgrace

When he heard the bad news, he broke

A. away
137.

B. disgust

He criticised everything and everybody and even ran

A. up
136.

for the stale fish by turning her back on it.

Please sign your name here on the

A. spaced
135.

D. having a debate on

He often forgets to do what he has been told and is scolded for being

A. insolent
134.

C. quarrelling

B. dumb

When he beat the carpet, the

C. quiet
rose in

.

D. deaf
t

clouds.
A. dust
141.

C. mud

D. powder

When I came through the customs at the airport, I had to pay

A. taxes
142.

B. soil

B. duty

C. rates

on a clock I had bought.

D. allowance

You won’t find a greater variety of flowers anywhere else on

.
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A. ground
143.

B. earth

B. edge

The sun

On summer

I

B. attending

D. reflection

C. nights

D. periods

C. expect

B. work

C. waiting

gain greater

in publishing.

D. employment
that all trains were running about one hour behind time.

C. explained

I could tell he was surprised from the
B. shock

D. excepting

C. jobs

The information-office at the station
B. decided

D. wait for

him, but he didn’t arrive.

he hoped the appointment would enable him to

D. promised
on his face.

C. sight

D. expression

Because the company was doing more business, it was necessary to
B. increase

The garden

C. broaden

the factory.

D. magnify

as far as the river.
B. extends

C. develops

D. enlarges

The plain occupies the west, south and central parts of the continent, though considerable variations are to

be found over so
A. expensive
159.

.

many English men work in their gardens when they come home from work.

I sat near the entrance for a long time

A. advances
158.

C. equal

B. attend

A. extend
157.

D. entered for

him to arrive in time for dinner.

A. appearance
156.

C. sat for

B. evenings

A. advertised
155.

the examination before Friday, so bring your money to the office as soon as possible.

B. similar

A. experience
154.

D. subscribe

He knows so much about the stars that I am sure it would be impossible to find his

A. expecting
153.

D. effects

C. inscribe

B. enrolled for

A. hope for
152.

t

for next year’s evening classes?

B. join

You must have

.

D. emergency

C. encourages

When can the students

A. eves
151.

C. extremity

B. makes

A. same
150.

it involves.

D. strength

the growth of plants.

A. passed
149.

C. force

B. pressure

A. enroll
148.

D. front

An ambulance must have priority as it usually has to deal with some kind of

A. supplies
147.

C. border

B. attempt

A. urgency
146.

of the knife was not sharp enough.

You can do it if you want to, but in my opinion it’s not worth the

A. effort
145.

D. worlds

We couldn’t cut the string because the

A. edging
144.

C. floor

an area.
B. expansive

C. extensive

D. defensive

Because of the strong sun Mrs. William’s new dining-room curtains

from dark blue to grey within a

year.
A. faded
160.

Spies may have a number of

A. artificial
161.

B. synthetic

Why can’t you do this small

A. demand
162.

B. fainted

The

B. effort

C. paled

D. bleached

names and papers.
C. false

D. imitation

for me? I’ve helped you often enough in the past.
C. favour

D. influence

charged by the lawyer for his services was unusually high.
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A. fee
163.

B. fare

B. fairy-tale

The gardener

A. filled
165.

B. depressed

, though I have little faith in it.
D. forecast

a line, then walked quietly into school.
C. formed

D. performed

B. usually

a teacher, has written four novels.

C. presently

D. formerly

With the invention of the train, man could travel overland
B. freely

C. independently

A strong westerly

without the need of horses.

D. readily

flattened the standing corn though it brought no rain.

B. blizzard

C. hurricane

D. breeze

After his prolonged dive in search of the ring he emerged from the water
B. under his breath

B. gathering

Mr and Mrs Green

.

C. gasping for breath D. out of breath

As the storm drew nearer, black clouds were

over the sky.

C. picking

D. watering

a party for their daughter’s twenty-first birthday.

B. formed

The old lady couldn’t
B. get on

C. gave

D. called

because she had rheumatism.
C. get through

D. get in

He does not _ his fellow-workers and there are often disagreements between them.

If we can

A. get off
183.

D. crowd

Since his retirement, Peter Smith, who was

A. go on with
182.

D. butterflies

C. announcement

B. stood

A. get about
181.

D. favourable

C. flock

B. warning

The children

and they finished it all.

of birds was flying southward.

I usually listen to the weather

A. invited
180.

D. flat

C. flies

B. swarm

A. wondering
179.

.

from its body with its tail.

High in the sky a

A. panting
178.

C. uneven

B. ants

A. gale
177.

D. far

C. hungered

A horse drives the

A. voluntarily
176.

result will be loss of staff.

C. final

B. flavoured

A. afterwards
175.

D. certain

The children thought that the cream was deliciously

A. gathered
174.

.

You direct me to the nearest garage? One of my tyres is

A. notice
173.

D. blow up

C. fixed

B. near

A. pack
172.

.

If present dissatisfaction over salaries continues the

A. wasps
171.

D. piled

C. speed up

B. definite

A. famous
170.

C. stuffed

when there’s a doubt the examiner’s decision is

A, compressed
169.

a bucket with water so that he could plant the vegetables.

B. top up

A. lengthy
168.

D. fiction

My petrol tank was empty so I pulled into a garage to

A. final
167.

C. fantasy

B. flowed

A. fill up
166.

D. hire

A historical novel is a form of which may include many facts.

A. legend
164.

C. debt

It is not

B. put up with

C. get on with

D. get into touch with

our present difficulties, then everything should be all right.
B. come across

C. come over

for you to eat too much

D. get over
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A. kind
184.

B. grateful

A. grim
187.

Be careful how you

The

D. habit
.

C. single

D. selected

that jug; It will break very easily.
C. handle

D. employ

of the clock showed that it was time for dinner.
B. numbers

C. fingers

D. figures

We suddenly saw the bus about to leave and had to run
B. awkwardly

C. hard

to catch it.
D. strongly

There’s no need to be frightened of the dog; he’s quite
B. weak

C. cheerful

B. flower

before the fine weather came to an end.

C. plant

D. harvest

It was a long time before the cut on my hand

A. healed

B. sank

.
D. harmless

This year the farmers were just able to gather the

A. collection
194.

C. harvest

B. operate

A. eager
193.

D. violent

of storing money under the bed.

B. by hand

A. hardly
192.

C. fierce

Most things are now mass-produced rather than

A. hands
191.

D. complaints

future ahead with little comfort, food or hope.

B. manner

A. pour
190.

C. grievances

The old man got into the

A. hand-made
189.

D. gracious

resulting from ill-treat-ment by their landlords led finally to rebellion.

B. pessimistic

A. tradition
188.

C. considerate

B. grumbles

They have a

D. useful

to your teachers for their help

The peasants’ many

A. griefs
186.

C. well

You should be very

A. thankful
185.

B. good

completely.

C. improved

D.

repaired
195.

Dearer electricity will mean

A. dear
196.

201.

You can

A. suppose
202.

203.

B. horn

D. alarm

mournfully in the nearby forest.
B. snarling

C. howling

D. growling

when his lorry crashed into a wall.

B. hurt

C. hit

B. prize

D. damaged
of a weekend sports competition.

C. idea

D. view

my surprise when I heard the news.
B. think

C. imagine

D. believe

into the United States established large plantations.

B. immigrants

The judge said that he was

A. excited

D. control

C. bell

Many of the earliest

A. exiles

the handlebars firmly.

after eleven o’clock at night, as it makes too much noise.

All the students were excited at the

A. intention

t

D. heavy

C. hand

The lorry driver was badly

A. pained
200.

B. hold

Wolves were

A. barking
199.

C. hard

You are not allowed to use the

A. signal
198.

B. expensive

When you are riding a bicycle you should

A. handle
197.

bills for most families.

B. impressed

C. emigrants

D. entrants

by the high standards of performance by the riders.
C. interested

D. imposed
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204.

We paid the shopkeeper

A. in
205.

B. on

B. affected

B. by

B. information

Where do you

During the

going for your holidays this year?
C. pretend

B. wages

C. salary

people when they are speaking.

B. interrupt

C. prevent

D. introduce

the audience strolled and chatted in the foyer.
B. pause

C. space

D. interval

B. at the end

had to return home without it.

C. in the end

D. at the last

the Kennedy family.
B. to

C. into

D. among

B. rub

.

C. blemish

I’m sorry I’m late, I was held up in a traffic
B. crush

D. flush
.

C. jam

D. group

He hit the other boxer so hard that he broke his lower
B. wrist

C. shoulder

Her mother had asked her to do several
B. works

When he makes a

A. course

on his post office savings

D. interest

The boy’s allergy to dust caused his skin to

A. labours

224.

D. guess

t

Sally married

A. chin

223.

D. outside

She looked everywhere for her book but

A. block

222.

D. innocent

C. instead

Be quiet! It’s rude to

A. itch

221.

middle-aged man.

Now that he has retired, he lives partly on his pension and partly on the

A. with

220.

D. notice

of leather has ruined shoe repairing as a business.

B. expect

A. lastly

219.

about hotels in the area.

C. inoffensive

B. as well

A. gap

218.

D. through

C. news

B. unoffending

A. interfere

217.

children.

D. control

C. in for

A. income

216.

on

strange hobbies like collecting bottle-tops and inventing secret codes.

account.

215.

t

D. diseased

C. influence

The use of plastics for shoes

A. intend
214.

.

The businessman proved to be an apparently well-behaved

A. although
213.

D. homewards

C. effected

B. pressure

A. offensive
212.

C. within

The local tourist bureau will send you

A. knowledge
211.

because it’s going rain in a minute or two.

B. outdoors

he has always gone

monsters.

D. creditable

Violent programmes on television may have a bad

A. into
210.

as if they were

I cut my finger on a rusty tin and it became badly

A. affection
209.

D. with

C. incredulous

Tell your brother to come

A. infected
208.

C. by

B. incredible

A. indoors
207.

t

The crowd stared at the giant and the dwarf

A. credulous
206.

cash.

.
D. jaw

before she went out .

C. travels

D. jobs

by car, he takes his family with him.

B. passage

C. voyage

I can’t advise you what to do: you must use your own

D. journey
.
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A. guesswork
225.

B. justice

B. jumped

You couldn’t

A. keep
227.

229.

230.

C. learn
the crow

B. keep … under

I should like to

Shut the window and

You can

A. keep on

D. hear

.
C. keep … back

C. keep in
the cold

D. lose
.

B. keep … out C. keep … down

C. keep up

D. keep back

231.

It was after dark when the two children were both

232.

I cannot undo the

233.

B. Freeze

D. tie

C. Emptiness

It was the longest film I’ve ever seen; it
B. finished

It is time to

A. place
236.

C. knot

of money prevented us from taking a holiday this year.

A. ended
235.

on the safe-crossing by a lorry.

in this piece of string.

B. lock

A. Limit
234.

D. keep … behind

your shorthand ability by taking notes in shorthand during lectures.
B. keep in

A. bunch

D. keep … on

touch with old friends but I have so little time.

B. be in

A. keep … in

D. gathered

any secrets even for an hour in that llttle town.

The police had to

A. be out of

in the last six months.

C. amounted

B. get

A. keep … to
228.

D. ideal

Because of the poor harvest, wheat prices have

A. added
226.

C. judgement

D. Lack
four hours.

C. lasted

the table for dinner.
B. lay

C. lay out

After driving for five hours, the driver pulled into

A. a bypass

D. stayed

B. a flyover

C. a lay-by

D. put out
for a rest. A,
D. aroundabout

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237.

The guide is

a line of tourists through the narrow passage with the help of his torch.

A. conducting
238.

B. bringing

She tried to

B. become

he offered to

C. put

D. had
him five pounds until the weekend.

B. supply

C. provide

D. hivre

her a hand as the suitcase was too heavy for her to carry.
B. show

C. loan

B. panes

B. junction

B. limit

B. landing

The police must now

A. search
250.

B. left

D. borrow

C. lenses

of your spectacles need changing.
D. prisms

until the train had passed.

C. level crossing

D. subway

here, so we must get back to the car very quickly.
C. allowance

D. ability

As he had no friends or relatives in the town, the traveller tried to find a

A. lodge
249.

D. discussion

the dog alone it wouldn’t have bitten him.

There is a 20 minute parking

A. freedom
248.

D. least
on “Brain Electronics” tomorrow?

A long line of traffic had to wait at the

A. drawbridge
247.

importance to me.

You should have your eyes tested every year in case the

A. glasses
246.

D. learn

C. meeting

Peter begged his neighbour to

A. lend
245.

B. lecture

If the boy had

A. lend
244.

the language.

C. worst

Are you going to attend Dr Barker’s

A. set
243.

D. lean

C. refresh

B. lowest

A. conference
242.

C. bow

I’m sorry but what he thinks is not of the

A. merest
241.

B. curve

She came to England for a year in order to

A. know
240.

D. guiding

out of the window to see the procession more clearly.

A. bend
239.

C. leading

B. look for

C. lodging

B. looked on

D. stay

escaped convict in the surrounding counties.
C. look after

The children played in the park while their mother

A. looked at

somewhere.

C. looked over

D. investigate
.
D. looked round

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201-210

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241-250

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191-200 CDDAD
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231-240 ACDCB

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