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SECTION 1: STRUCTURE AI^JD WRITTEN EXPRESSION
QUESTIONS 1-20
Directions: Questions
or phrases,


marked

1-20 are incomplete
A, B, C and D. Choose

Then, on your answer
the letter of the answer

sheet,

sentences.

find the number

you have

Beneath

each sentence,

the one word or phrase
of the question

that best

you will see four
completes

and fill in the space

that

the

words

sentence.

corresponcto


chosen.

1.

That girl is quite cheerful
being very ill.
C. even though
(AJ in spite of
D. though even
B. although
2.
10 you think she is
to do it alone?
(CJenough
A. such clever
B. clever too
__ _
^ clever
D. clever enough
have arrived in :ime if I had not got stuck irVtnat accident on the road yesterday.
3.
I
C. will rot
A. \N\\\
^Bj would
D. woulc not
4.
I like that girl. If only she
!
C. haven't smoked
A. won't smoke
B. didn't smoke
(D^) doesn't smoke
to thiis restaurant if the food were good.
5.
More people
B. came
C. will come
D, come
A. would come
you go.
5.
You will see this adverti!;ement
B] whenever
C. however
D, whatever
A. wherever
to be niore careful.
7. Your sister _
B. had better
C. ought
D. must
(A) should
8.
Not only
_ . you, they laughed at you too.
A. they threaten
B. did they threaten
C. they threatened
(p.yio they threaten
9.
Professor Gary will
apother talk at 8 o'clock next Sunday.
A, be given
\Bjbe giving
C. have given
D, gave
thesi? letters for me.
V i O . Don't forget
D, to typing
B. to type
C. type
0 typing
11. Tdon't want to order
else.
(b) ncthing
A. anything
B. something
C. anyone
12. ^We had better speak French. He isn't used
English.
D,speak
W t o speak
B. to speaking
C. speaking
13. t n e news
announced on the radio at the moment.
D have been
C. has been
A. are being
(Bj is being
14, You've been working hard. You
be tired.
C. ought
D, need
l^^would
B. must
1 5 . , ^ s not worth
thct old piece of furniture.
C. in bLying
D. to buying
( A ) buying
B. to buy
16. I heard him
the cloor^and leave the building.
C. locked
^ 0
lock
lock
A. to be locked
17 Listen to your mother's
I
^advices
D. acvises
A. advice
B. advise
18 These
are here.
C. children parents
D. child parents
A. child's parents
l^B.^hildren's parents
19
hand do you use for writing?
C. Which
IDi Whom
A. Whose
B. Who
20 This old couple still love
very much.
C. another
D. the o:her
B. one another
each other

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QUESTIONS 21-50
Directions: In question'21-50,
each sentence
has four underlined
words
or phrases.
The f^ur
ur.derlined parts of the sentence are marked A, B, C and D. Identify the one underlined
word or ph
se
that must be changed in order for the sentence
to be correct
Then, on your answer sheet, find rhe
number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds
to tite letter of the answer you .h^. ve
chosen.
^

21. While she wrote a letter, ttae IjqhtSyWent out^afl4-slneJia(i to stop writing.
22. A_s a small girl, she useci to speh"d all her pocket money)'or fashionable clothes.

(A-B(A-B-

D)
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24.
25.
26.

30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
V3S.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.

I am not quite sure, but I think he is a law student foriabouy three years now.
Instead of drink too much coffee, I would rather you i^^^rriore fruit luice.
It was very kind foi;Despite I had very^ttle j m e I managed to finish that r e p o r t ^ t f r n e .
It seems to me tharcvfien she wttTcomewe will have to discuss the problem one more time.
John is interesting in c o l l e c t l n g ^ a m p s , and he has a lot of old coins.
He is an active person. (ljat^s_whv>he prefers swigiminq than playing chess.
His plane j a d already taken off when hearrived(t^the airport.
How does he look like? Is he quite t a l l p j r a t h e r st
My parents won't let me to go out unless I finish\all my homework before 8 p.m.
ie didn't answer none of them.
In the exam he was asked fivejdifferent questionsUnless your cousin goes for a diet, she won't be able to get into this dress any more.
John and Mike g g to a party yesterday in order to relax after the exams.
Mary stopped to smoke last month because she wanted feimproveJher health.
Why don't you stop bothering me? Can't you see that I thin^^fbe^t it at the moment?
As his oarents, he also studied medicine and became a ^ l l - k n o w m d o c t o r .
It w a s ' ^ a sunny and hot day that we had to sit [n t h e J K M o w ' a ' n t h e time.
Since she is over ninety years old, she goes r a r e l y M t o E l t h e house.
Don't be worry! It's only a common cold and you yie^drff bo to the doctor.
If you are late for work again, you will be f[re right "away.
One friend of her has been staying in her house(fo'^ more than two weeks so far.
I l l make you to write this essay again if you niaJte-tDO many grammatical mistakes ^n it)
All the pupils went on a trip to the mountains,'''^^e^^ Peter who was ill at that tir
It is very bad when husbands and wives shout(a|yrgtfrs'elves.ivery often.
by train is more interesting.
I really enjoy travelling by foot, but I think that
s)English proficiency.
This series of articles are about how to improve
John,(that\has been a^jDseTriend of mine for yeatsps
very kind to other people.
Don't speak m such ailoudlyVoice; we can hear you clearly.

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SECTION 2: READING COMPREHENSION
QUESTIONS 51-100
Directions: In
questions

about

that corresponds

this

section

you

it. Then, on your
to the letter

will

read

answer

of the answer

several
sheet,

passages.
find

you have

Each

the number

one

is

followed

of the question

and

by

a number

fill in the

of
space

chosen.

PASSAGE 1
I have twin daughters, Mary and Maria. They are very similar and a lot of people don't know which b^/ln is which.
They both have bjackjiair and Ijrovm-eyes. I always buy them the same clothes. They like doing the same things. For
example, they both like watcJiingj:artQans and are crazy about playing with dolls. However, they aren't the same in
every way. For example, Mary doesn't like to drink milk but Maria does. Looking after them is sometimes tiring, but I
am happy to have twin daughters.
51. Mary and Maria are
.
A. close friends
B. cousins
C. classmates
(D) twin sisters
52. They have
hair and
eyes.
A. brown/ black
B. brown/ brown
C. black/ black
yD. black/Jjrown
53. They always wear
clothes.
A. different
vBythe same
C. cheap
D. beautiful
54. They like watching
A. horror movies
B. action movies
C. sci-fi movies
^cartoons
55.
to drink milk.
A. Neither Mary nor Maria likes
B. Mary and Maria like C. Maria likes
D. Mary likes
56. J t is sometimes
. to look after Mar/ and Maria. • J
tiring
B. fun
D. time-consuming
C. boring
57. The author is
to have twin daughters.
A. worried

B. surprised

C. sad

b) happy

PASSAGE 2
London is Britain's biggest city. It dates back to the Romans. It is a city of interesting buildings and churches, and it
has many beautiful parks. It also has some of the best museums-Jn the world. London is very crowded in the
summer, but it is not too busy in the winter. It is a popular city with foreign tourists and has more than eight million
visitors a year. The city is famous for Its shopping and has many excellent department stores. London has convenient
trains and buses that cross the city, so it is easy for tourists to get around.
2


58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.

city in Britain.
London is
13. the hottest
it^. the biggest
4l has some of the best museums
k. in Europe
B. in the UK
tondon is crowded in the
.
B. spring
(/y summer
people visit London a year.
More than
A. 8 thousand
B . 8 hundred
"here are many excellent
stores in London.
i\. clothing
iB^jdepartment
There are convenient
that cross London.
A. ships and boats
trains a n d b u s ^
Tourists can get around Loraon
.
\. slowly
B. fast

C. the coldest

D. the smallest

C in the world

D. in England

C. a jtumn

D. winter

8 million J

D. 8 billion

C food

D. book

C. taxis and cars

D. bi
C. happily

^/easily

PASISAGE 3
The Smiths are all at home at the moment. In fact they're all in t i e kitchen. It's really crowded! Mr:L_Smith is.
cooking while Mr. Smith is sv\f<;eping the floor. As for the rest 3f the family, some are helping and some are j.r;t
beinij lazy. One of their sons, Tim, is reading a bookJivthe corner near the door. Another son. Torn, is washing ne
dishes, and the other two, PeteiandMark, are fighting under the table. Tlieir daughters., Nanc/ end Daisy, are chopping
vegetables and talking about tne_dance last niabt, and Mr. Smith's mother is tellirg ever/ore what to do as usual.
65. The Smiths are all in
.
A. the kitchen
B. the living room
66.
is cooking.
A. Mr. Smith
B. Mrs. Smith
67. Mr. Smith is sweeping
A. the garden
(|BJ the floor
68. Tim is reading a
.
A. magazine
B. newspaper
69.
are fighting under the table.
A. Tom and Mark
B. Tom and Peter
70. Nancy is talking with
.
A. her mother
B^aisy
71. Nancy and Daisy are talking about
.
A. a movie
B. their homework
72. The phrase "at the mornei\t" in line 1 means
A. today
>^ now
73. The word "sweeping" in line 2 means
A. cleaning
B. washing
74. The word "chopping" in line 4 means
A. cooking
B. frying

)e hall

D. the garden

C. Nancy

D. Daisy

C. the window

D. the wal^

(5)book

D. riovf^l

C. Tim and Tom

[L^ Peteir and Mark

C. her grandmother

D. iTer^fatlier.^^

C. a party

(). last night's dance|^

C. at the weekend

D. aft€:rward5.

C, painting

D. decorating

C. slicing

D. boiling

.
.

PASSAGE 4
I a n in my new flat! It's grea:! The kitchen is on the right as ycu come in. It's small, but bright. There is a cooi-" a
sioS, and a lot of cupboards. The living room is next to the kitchien. There's as.ifa and an arm(^a r a nd a small t:^ ate
at Dne side of the room. On t i e other side there is a table and two chairs. On tHe wall oppo"sit(2 t h e vANndow theie's^.
bookcase. There's a bathroom at the end of the hall and my beclrciom is opposite the 'ivirig room, there's a warcrobe
and a little desk. There's onlv one problem - there isn't a bed! I'll have to sleep on the floor tonight!
75. The author has a new
.

A. room
B. house
i^Jflat
D. cottage
76. Which in the kitchen is NOT mentioned?
A. sink
"
B. cooker
C cupboard
D. oven
-7
''^V
77. The kitchen is
the living room.
A. opposite
B. beside
C. under
/B^l above
78. There are
in the living room.
A. two tables
B. two armchairs
C. two chairs
7?. The bookcase is
.
[D)k )k C
A. in the kitchen
B. next to the table
((l)on thie wall
8(1. The bathroom is at the f.'nd of
.
D. near l:he window
A. the first floor
: B) the hall
C. the stairs
81. The bedroom is oppositf;
.
D, the kitchen
(A. the living room
B. the kitchen
C tne bathroom

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D. the hall


82. There is no
in the bedroom.
A. wardrobe
B.)bed
83. The author is going to sleep
. tonight.
A. on the table
B. on the sofa
84. What is the author describing?
A. her new room
B. her new hotel

C. desk

D. furniture

C. in the armchair
C. her new villa

(DJ on the floor
^^^?^er new flat

PASSAGE 5
I get up at seven. I wash and brush my teeth and then I wake the children up. I make sure thexhildren get washed
and brush their teeth. My husband dresses the children. Then I get dressed and go downstairs. I make breakfast for
everyone. Then my husband takes the children to school. I catch the bus at halfpast eight to go to work. I workjjntjl
one and then I have lunch. In the afternoon I do the shopping or clean the house. I pick the children up from school
at four o'clock. We play or read together until my husband comes back from work. Then we all have dinner. The
children go to bed at eight o'clock. We usually go to bed around eleven o'clock.
85. The author gets up at
A. 6

86.

87.

89.
90.

91.

B. 6.30
the children.
A. The babysitter dresses
B. The author dresses
The author's husband takes the children to
A. the zoo
(Ij. school
The author goes to work by
A. bus
B. car
The author has lunch
.
A. before 1 o'clock
B. at home
he author,
have dinner together.
her husband and the children
B'. and the children
The author and her husband go to bed at
A, 8 o'clock
B. about 11 o'clock

D. 7.30
^jjhe husband diesses.
). The grandmother dresses
C. the cinema

D. the park

C. train

D. taxi

9 a ifter

1 o'clock

D. with other workers

C. and her husband
D. and her sister
C. 9 o'clock

D. 10 o'clock

PASSAGE 6
^
It's a lovely sunny day and my family are all outside. My parents^are both working hard. My father is working in the
garden - he's digging the vegetables and my mother is hanging out the washing. Everyone else is enjoying
themselves. Two~of~my'ijrothers, Dave and George, are playing football, Steve is climbiog-A4ree7-~and the t w o ^
youngest, Paul and Rick, are playing 'catch' with my younger ^sister Alicia^ My elder sister Lisa'ijCfeeding t)ie rabbits she hates dojng^this! Only one person isn't busy; my grandrriother fs sleeping peacefully in^hej^nsRITTer^
92. All the author's family members are
.~
.,-v
B.
inside
the
house
C.
in
the
kitchen
A. having a picnic
Dj enjoying themselves
the vegetables.
93. The father is
r•
b j digging
C. selling
B. planting
A. watering
_ the washing.
94. THjie mother is
D. preparing
C. starting
B. doing
hanging out
95. Dave and George are the author's
iD. brothers
C. cousins
A. nephews
B. uncles
96.
is climbing a tree.
D. Paul
Qsteve
A. George
B. Dave
97. The author has
brothers and sisters.
A. 5
C. 7
D.8
(2)6
98. Lisa
feeding the rabbits.
;§\ does not like
C, avoids
A. likes
;bj\
D. denies
99. The author's grandmother is sleeping
( A J i n the sunshine
B, under a tree
C. inside the house
D. on a sofa
100. r n e word "feeding" in line 4 means
A. talking to
B. playing with
C. bathing
D. giving food to
THE END

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