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  1. PRACTICE TEST 14 Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following word. Question 1: A. advertise B. similar C. outskirts D. attractive Question 2: A. conscientious B. deteriorate C. provincial D. conspiracy Question 3: A. documentary B. occupation C. competitive D. individual Question 4: A. supplementary B. particular C. disastrous D. redundancy Question 5: A. communicate B. instrumental C. mathematics D. accidental Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase to fill in the blank in the following passage from 6 to 15. Crime, as we are all aware, has been a growing problem all over the world in the last thirty years. But we are not (6)______against crime. Much is being done to reverse the trend. You can play a part in it. The first step towards preventing crime is understanding its(7)______. Most crime is against property, not(8)______and most is not carried out by professionals; nor is it carefully planned. Property crime (9)______on the easy opportunity. They are often (10)______by adolescents and young men, the majority of whom stop offending as they grow older – the(11)______age for offending is fifteen. Also, and not surprisingly, the (12)______of being a victim of crime(13)______greatly depending on where you live. This (14)______by criminals on the easy opportunity is the (15)______to much crime prevention. Question 6: A. unprepared B. weak C. powerless D. hopeless Question 7: A. nature B. type C. reason D. method Question 8: A. the public B. residents C. the victim D. citizens Question 9: A. develop B. happen C. increase D. thrive Question 10: A. performed B. done C. committed D. started Question 11: A. top B. maximum C. peak D. major Question 12: A. seriousness B. risk C. percentage D. rate Question 13: A. varies B. adjusts C. adapts D. transforms Question 14: A. seizing B. awareness C. reliance D. taking Question 15: A. way B. answer C. key D. method Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the question from 16 to25. Since water is the basis of life, composing the greater part of the tissues of all living things, the crucial problem of desert animals is to survive in a world where sources of flowing water are rare. And since man’s inexorable necessity is to absorb large quantities of water at frequent intervals, he can scarcely comprehend that many creatures of the desert pass their entire lives without a single drop Uncompromising as it is, the desert has not eliminated life but only those forms unable to withstand its desiccating effects. No moist- skinned, water – loving animals can exist there. Few large animals are found: the giants of the North America desert are the deer, the coyote, and the bobcat. Since desert country is open, it holds more swift – footed, running, and leaping creatures than the tangled forest. Its population are largely nocturnal, silent, filled with reticence, and ruled by stealth. Yet they are not emaciated. Having adapted to their austere environment, they are as healthy as animals anywhere in the world. The secret of their adjustment lies in a combination of behavior and physiology. None could survive if, like mad dogs and Englishmen, they went out in the midday sun; many would die in a matter of minutes. So most of them pass the burning hours asleep in cool, humid burrows underneath the ground, emerging to hunt only by night. The surface of the sun – baked desert averages around 150 degrees, but 18 inches down the temperature is only 60 degrees. Question 16: What is the topic of the passage? A. Life underground B. Animal life in a desert environment C. Man’s life in the desert D. Desert plants Question 17: The word “greater” in line 1 is closest in meaning to __________ A. heavier B. stronger C. more noticeable D. larger 1
  2. Question 18: The phrase “ those forms” refers to all of the following EXCEPT A. many large animals B. the bobcat C. water – loving animals D. moist – skinned animals Question 19: The word “ desiccating” means A. humidifying B. life threatening C. killing D. drying Question 20: The author mentions all of the following as examples of the behavior of desert animals EXCEPT A. animal sleep during the day B. animals are watchful and quiet C. animals are noisy and aggressive D. animals dig homes underground Question 21: The word “they” in the last sentence of paragraph 2 refers to A. men B. forest creatures C. desert sounds D. desert creatures Question 22: The word “emaciated” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to A. unhealthy B. unmanageable C. cunning D. wild Question 23: The author states that one characteristic of animals that live in the desert is that they A. are smaller and fleeter than forest animals B. live in an accommodating environment C. can hunt in temperature of 150 degrees D. are less healthy than animals that live in different places Question 24: The word “they” in paragraph 3 refers to A. the forest animals B. the desert population C. large animals D. water – loving animals Question 25: Which of the following generalizations are supported by the passage? A. Water is the basis of life B. All living things adjust to their environments C. Healthy animals live longer lives D. Desert life is colorful Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the question from 26 to35. For many year, scientists have speculated that the cataclysmic impact of an asteroid with the earth was responsible for the demise of the dinosaurs approximately 65 million years ago. Previous discoveries and results have hinted that an asteroid two kilometers in diameter struck the Yucatan peninsula in Eastern Mexico. This impact, stronger than one thousand nuclear explosions, is speculated to have cast a cloud of dust and debris into the atmosphere, covering the entire surface of the earth and blocking out the sun and consequently lowering the surface temperature of the earth. With such a radical change in the earth’s environment, scientists believe that over 90% of all animal and plant species were eradicated. Only after millions of years did plants and animals even begin to recover. But, the reign of the dinosaurs had ended and the age of mammals had begun. The crucial link that has held this theory together has been the element iridium. Iridium is not commonly found on either the surface of the earth or inside the crust. It is more commonly found in asteroids or meteorites throughout the solar system. Scientists have hypothesized that after the asteroid impacted the earth, an even layer of iridium sediment settled over the global and eventually became part of its surface. The theory, of course, has depended on the discovery of such an existing layer of iridium. Unfortunately, scientists have never been able to offer absolute proof that this asteroid impact ever occurred. Recently, however, a discovery may go a long way toward validating these scientists’ theories. In 1996, a team of marine biologists excavated samples of rock from the floor of the Atlantic Ocean just off the coast of Bermuda. Found thousands of meters below the sea, these samples contain iridium similar to those found in the Yucatan peninsula thousands of kilometers away. At first, scientists were skeptical whether the samples were from the same time period. But sissnce carbon dating placed them to 65 million years ago, their doubts were quickly alleviated. Since then, many of the other theories for the demise of the dinosaur have been finally laid to rest Question 26: This passage mainly discusses a theory about A. which type of dinosaur roamed where B. the extinction of the dinosaurs 2
  3. C. why the dinosaurs turned into birds and reptiles D. archeological evidence from Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean Question 27: According to the passage, approximately how large was the asteroid that scientists believe struck the Earth? A. 99 kilometers in diameter B. 1000 kilometers in diameter C. 2 kilometers in diameter D. 65 kilometers in diameter Question 28: The word “hinted” is closest in meaning to A. disproved B. denied C. implied D. flirted Question 29: The word “cast” is closest in meaning to A. shone B. excused C. climbed D. dispersed Question 30: What can be inferred from the passage about asteroid impact mentioned in lines 6 – 8? A. A planetary defense system formed B. The climate remained fairly constant C. New plants and animals evolved with the changed environment D. The gravitational force from the earth’s core is altered Question 31: The word “reign” is closest in meaning to A. extremity B. dominance C. denial D. understanding Question 32: The word “It” in line 10 refers to A. Iridium B. Crust C. Earth D. Asteroid Question 33: What does fourth paragraph of the passage mainly discuss? A. The discovery of ancient fossils located far beneath the ocean floor B. Recent discoveries that may confirm the asteroid impact hypothesis C. The major processes that have created the Earth’s crust D. The composition of the ocean floor in the Atlantic Ocean Question 34: According to the passage, the iridium found beneath the ocean floor near Bermuda A. originated from dinosaur remains B. was chemically manufactured by miners C. is similar to the iridium found on the Yucatan peninsula D. can be refined into fossil fuels Question 35: The paragraph following the passage probably discusses A. Why dinosaurs lived where they did B. Recent computer imagery of dinosaur movement C. the possibility of a future asteroid impact D. The relationship between volcanic activity and dinosaur extinction 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 sentence . Question 36: Twenty years ago, this region produced twice as much coal as it does now. A. Coal production in this region has doubled in the last twenty years. B. Coal production in this region has been halved in the last twenty years. C. More coal is produced now in this region than twenty years ago. D. This region has produced more coal than twenty years ago. Question 37: it / essential / that / child / same / educational opportunities. A. It is essential that every child has the same educational opportunities. B. It is essential that every child had the same educational opportunities C. It is essential that every child should have the same educational opportunities. D. It is essential that every child have the same educational opportunities Question 38: There was not much resemblance between the final version and the initial draft. A.. The final version is very similar to the initial draft. B. The initial draft is exactly the same as the final version. C. The final version and the initial draft resemble in many ways. D. The final version is quite different from the initial draft. Question 39: Our children are hard on furniture. A. Our children hardly use the furniture. B. Our children want us to replace the furniture C. Our children treat the furniture roughly. D. Our children dislike the furniture. 3
  4. Question 40: SEA Games / biennial multi-sport event / involve / participants / 11 countries / Southeast Asia . A. The SEA Games is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from 11 countries of Southeast Asia . B. The SEA Games is the biennial multi-sport event that’s involving participants from 11 countries of Southeast Asia . C. The SEA Games is biennial multi-sport event involved participants from 11 countries of Southeast Asia . D. The SEA Games is a biennial multi-sport event involves participants from 11 countries of Southeast Asia . Question 41: There was no alternative for them but to look for a new flat. A. They couldn’t look for a new flat now. B. The only thing they could do was to look for a new flat. C. They couldn’t alter their new flat. D. They didn’t need to look for a new flat because of other alternatives. Question 42: UNICEF / long-term / human / development / assistance / children and mother / developing countries . A. UNICEF provides long-term humanistic and developmental assistance to children and mothers in the developing countries. B. UNICEF provides long-term humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers in developing countries. C. UNICEF provides a long-term humanitarian and developmental assistance for children and mothers in developing countries. D. UNICEF provides long-term human and development assistance for children and mothers in developing countries. Question 43: Jasmine exchanged the shoes for a different pair. A. Jasmine returned the shoes and took a pair of trousers instead. B. Because of a problem with the heel of the shoes Jasmine returned the shoes. C. Jasmine took the shoes back to the store and got some different ones. D. One of Jasmine’s shoes didn’t fit, so she returned them both. Question 44: : Look out for those falling rocks. A. Let’s look for falling rocks. B. Look out for the window at those falling rocks. C. Don’t let those falling rocks hit you. D. Look for these falling rocks. Question 45: Rather than disturb the meeting, I left without saying goodbye. A. I disturbed the meeting because I said goodbye. B. I would rather disturb the meeting than leave without saying goodbye. C. The meeting was disturbed as I left saying goodbye. D. I left without saying goodbye as I didn’t want to disturb the meeting. Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 46: By the end of last March, I _____ English for five years. A. have been studying B. will have been studying C. had been studying D. will have studied Question 47: You’d better stop spending money, _____ you will end up in debt A. unless B. otherwise C. if D. in case Question 48: I am sorry. I meant _____ to you, but I have been busy. A. to write B. to have been writing C. to have written D. writing Question 49: Ancient people believed that _____ with a sun and the moon rotating around it. A. the universe has earth at the centre B. the centre of the universe is earth C. the earth was the centre of the universe D. the earth is the centre of the universe Question 50: The people in my class, _____ are very friendly. A. most of international students B. the most international students C. almost international students D. mostly international students 4
  5. Question 51: If he is in trouble, it is his own fault, I personally wouldn’t _____ a finger to help him. A. raise B. lift C. bend D. turn Question 52: _____ an argument that Paul and Steve had earlier A. What was B. Which was C. There was D. It was Question 53: Up _____, and the people cheered A. went the balloon B. goes the balloon C. does the balloon go D. did the balloon go Question 54: He is determined to finish the job ____ long it takes A. whenever B. whatever C. no matter D. however Question 55: She _____ for lost time by studying at weekends. A. got up B. set about C. made up D. put in Question 56_____ appears considerably large at the horizon than it does over head is merely an optical illusion. A. The Moon B. That the Moon C. When the Moon D. The Moon which Question 57: What is your opinion about Bob’s condition? I recommend _____ as much as possible. A. him rest B. that he rests C. that he rest D. him to rest Question 58: Ann hoped ____ to join the private club. She could make important business contacts there. A. being invited B. inviting C. to invite D. to be invited Question 59: “Excuse me, but there is something about _____ immediately” A. which I must speak to you about B. which I must speak to you C. that I must speak to you D. that I must speak to you about Question 60: A: “Let’s meet outside the theatre.” - B: “_____” A. What about? B. I’d like to go to the concert C. Yes, let us do it D. Is 6.30 all right? Question 61: She _____ regretted having been so unkind. A. awfully B. severely C. bitterly D. fully Question 62: I find my boss difficult to work with. He is always _____ my idea. A. critic B. criticism C. critical D. criticizing Question 63: Alan and Sue _____ an argument. They are not speaking to each other. A. must have B. must have had C. might have D. might had Question 64: I don’t think she can get her massage _____ to the students. She seems too nervous. A. around B .out C. across D. over Question 65: Don’t lie! You ____ their phone ringing. They haven’t got a phone. A. couldn’t have heard B. hadn’t heard C. can’t hear D. haven’t heard Question 66: “Hi, Mary! What is going on?” Nothing special, Mary. _____ with you? A. Have you got something B. Nothing new C. Not much D. What’s up Question 67: _____ we tried our best to complete it. A. As though the homework was difficult B. Thanks to the difficult homework C. Difficult as the homework was D. Despite the homework was difficult Question 68: Only when the ground is kept moist, _____ germinate. A. will grass seeds B. grass seeds will C. does grass seeds D. grass seeds does Question 69: A: “Do you know how old I am?” - B: “ _____” A. Happy birthday B. I couldn’t help it C. Don’t mention it D. I haven’t a clue Question 70: The higher the humidity, _____ people feel A. the uncomfortable less B. the uncomfortable more C. the most uncomfortable D. the more uncomfortable Question 71: She would rather I _____ harder now. A. studied B. studying C. be studying D. study Question 72: Rarely ____ seen far from water. A. are spotted turtles B. spotted turtles C. have spotted turtles D. spotted turtles are Question 73: Henry_____ a rich man today if he had been more careful in the past. A. will have been B. will be C. would have been D. would be 5
  6. Question 74: If you _____ a crime, you must expect to suffer the consequences A. do B. commit C. perform D. make Question 75: The _____ dressed woman in the advertisement has a pose smile on her face. A. stylistic B. stylishly C. stylish D. stylistically Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show underlined part that needs correction. Question 76: A small percent of people are allergic to perfumes and other scents A B C D Question 77: AIDS virus now ranks with tuberculosis as the world’s deadliest infectious diseases. A B C D Question 78: Passive smoking is defined as the exposure of nonsmoker to environmental tobacco smoke. A B C D Question 79: The Dodge brothers began doing their own automobiles in 1914, and produced A one of the first American automobiles with an all- steel body B C D Question 80: Infinity sportswear is offering substantial savings on athletic footwear this A B month, but not all types are available in all shoes sizes. C D 6
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