Approved by studies of manager ............................./S.Ariunaa/Examination for 11th gradeVARIATION APART ITask 1. GrammarRead the sentences below and choose the best answer to complete each sentence.1.A: You took really tired. Whats wrong?B:I ............................................ this report all morning.A. had written B.have been writing C. is writingD. wrote E. has been writing2.A:Dorj_...............to the party next Saturday.B:Isee.A. will come B. will coming C. comeD. comes E. came3. A: Our roof. .......................... in last nights storm.B: That is too bad.A. was damaged B. damaged C. is damagedD. has damaged . E. damages4. A:How.......................milk do we need?B;We need...................... .........A. much/many B. much/a lot C. many/muchD. some/much E. many/many5. He is good at Math ...................?A. is he B. am not I C. isnt heD. does he E. did he6. A: How often ………he...................to his grandparents?A. does,go/Once a month B. did, go/Once for a month C. does, goes/Once a monthD. does,going/Once in a month E. did, go/Once in month7. A: Is Dorj at home?B: Yes, he said that he ......... at homeA. were B.was C. didD. does E. wasnt8. A:I wish she was hereB: Yes, I know. If she …………..here, she................ .talk to you.A. was/will B. is/would C. was/wontD. were/will E. were/wouldTask 2. VocabularyChoose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.9. When I was hiking in the mountains I ____________on a snake. ,A. carried B. steppedD. tripped E. surprised C. went10.You look hot in that coat. Why dohtiyou __?A.take it out B. put it on C.take it inD. put it away E.take it off11. If I wear a long-sleeved shirt, I usually _______the sleeves.A. put up B. take up C.roll upD. get up E. make up12.Mary looked up the fastest train to Glasgow in the ______________A. timetable B. dictionary C.programD. catalogue E. referendum .13. Everything went dark when the train, entered a/an__________A. hole B. tube C.undergroundD.metro .E.tunnel14. The ship stopped because two passengers had fallen__________
A. upside down B. overboard C.undergroundD. inside out E. top-down15.Would you prefer______potatoes or chips?A. poached B. ground C. powderedD. mashed E. pickled16.Can you give me the _____for this pie? Its delicious.A. recipe B. instructions C. instrumentD. ingredient E. prescriptions17. There was a wonderful smell of bread in the kitchen.A. cooking B. roasting C. fryingD.grilling E.baking18.Is the hamburger for you to eat here or ?A. take away B. go out C. sit downD. carry on E. outside19.I bought these jeans very cheap when they were .A. discounts B. on sale C. offD. bargains E. reductions20.The washing instructions for this shirt are given on the .A. label B. notice C. badgeD. mark E. announcement21.All the __closed their shops in protest of the high import tax.A. shopping B. shoppers C. shop liftersD. shop stewards E. shopkeepers22.1 like street markets because you shop in the open .A. air B. sunshine C. pricesD. bargains E. barter23.The audience enjoyed the play so much that they_______for ten minutes.A. moaned B. screamed C. criedD. applauded E. murmured24.Mr. Tsengel_____to get involved in the matter.A. tried B. hope C. invitedD.wanting E. wishingTask 3.Identify and circle the one underlined word or phrase that should be corrected25.As a country of different national group, Switzerland has achieved the magic trick of cohering whereA B C DYugoslavia hasn‟t.E26.A cynic might say that the government have only taken this measure, because it is concerned about itsA B C Ddeclining popularity.E27.We used to live in Mexico city which is one of the most dense populated cities in the worldA B C D E28.Companies employ market researchers when they want to find out how to increase sales of all of theirA B Cproduct or how to make a new product successful.D ETask 4.CommunicationRead the short conversation. Then select the letter of the best answer choice.29.Bold: The meeting lasted forever. Well have to hurry before the cafeteriacloses.Tuya: Im dying for something to eat.What does Tuya imply?A. Shes dying from lack of food B. She doesnt want anything to eatC. Shes trying to eat something D. Shes very hungryE.She doesnt like food
30.Tuya: I know you were really stressed out about your math exam. Howd you do?Bold: I cant complain.What does Bold imply?A.He did fairly wellB.He doesnt want to tell the woman how he didC.The professor doesnt want to hear the complaints about the examD.Its too late to file a protest with the departmentE.He did badly31. Tuya: Well, tomorrow will be the big exam day. The last remaining classes will have theirexams tomorrow, including the history and language courses.Bold: And there will be the math exam too.What does Bold imply?A. He has a math exam B. Hes thinking of changing coursesC. He doesnt want to write his exams D. All three classes have exams on the same dayE. Tuya will not have math exam tomorrow32. Tuya: Boldoo, have you seen my dictionary? I forgot it at school yesterday.Bold: No, Tuya. I gave it to Bayar. He. said he would meet you that day.Wheres Tuyas dictionary?A. Bold lost it B. Bayar doesnt want to give it to TuyaC. Bold returned it to Tuya already D. Bayar has itE. Tuya has itTask 5. ReadingRead the text and choose one best answer.The French Children1. A. French man called Louis Hoffman, was travelling on the Titanic with his two young sons,Michel and Edmon, aged four and ,two. He told the other passengers that his wife was dead. Butthis wasnt true.2. The true story was that his name was Michel Navratil. He had just separated from his wifeMarcelle. He had decided to run away with his children. He was going to take them to New York tostart a new life Ihere.3. When The Titanic was sinking, Michel dressed the two little boys and put them into the lastlifeboat. He stayed on the ship when it sank and he drowned. The two boys were rescued by theCarpathia.4. When the two little boys arrived in New York on the Carpathia, they were the only childrenwho didnt have a mother or a father. Newspapers all around the world put their photograph on thefront page. Their mother, Marcelle, in France saw the newspaper and recognizedher children.She immediately travelled to New York to get them.5. Her older child, Michel, had a message for her from her ex-husband. On the deck of thesinking ship he had told his son, when you see your mother tell her that I loved her and that I stilllove her.33. In which paragraph did Marcelle learn that her husband loved her very much?A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 534. In which paragraph do we learn the true name of the Frenchman?A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 535.In which paragraph did the .mother find her children?. A. 1 B.2 C.3 D.4 E. 536.In which paragraph did the Titanic sink?A. 1 B.2 C.3 D.4 E.537. In which paragraph do we learn the ages of the two children?A. I B.2 C.3 D.4 E.5Read the text, again and choose one best answer38. What happened when the Titanic was sinking?A.A ship named The Carpathia arrived in time to rescue all the passengersB. The captain asked everyone to stay on-the shipC. The father went to the lifeboat with his sonsD. The children were put into the first lifeboat .
E. The father put his two sons into the last lifeboat39. Why did the father tell other passengers that his wife was dead?A. He was running away to start a new life in New YorkB. His wife was indeed deadC. He was told that his wife-was deadD. He. did not have any wifeE. His sons did not know their mother40. Which of the following.statements is true about Michel Navratil?A.His true name was Louis HoffmanB.He separated-from his wife because he hated herC. Although she was running away, he still loved his wifeD He stayed on the Titanic because he wanted to dieE. He had more than two names41.What did Marcella do when she learned about her sons?A She cried a lotB. She immediately bought the newspaperC. She asked, people to bring their children toFranceD. She went to New York immediatelyE.She heard that her ex-husband loved her42.What/who rescued the two little boys?A.Their FatherB. Their motherC. Another ship called the CarpathiaD. The lifeboatE. The captainPART II2.1. Match the compound adjectives.A. second 1. breakingB. duty 2. madeC. long 3. freeD. record 4. controlledE. part 5. handF. hand 6. distanceG. remote 7 time2.2. Look at this report about crime, and then choose the wordthat best fits in each blank.Police are concerned about a growing number of offences that are being (a)_____by youngpeople in our town. They say that increasing numbers of youngsters are (b)_______intopeoples houses or (c)………..their cars. Indeed, police claim that it is probably young(d)...................... who are to blame for the recent spate of burglaries in our town. Police areproposing a special campaign to (e)……………..the problem and are asking for public support inthis fight against juvenile crime.a.1. made 2. committed 3. doneb.1. breaking 2. cracking 3. knockingc.1. taking 2. robbing 3. stealingd.1. prisons 2. adults 3.offendere.1. encourage 2. praise 3. combat
VARIATION BPART ITask 1. GrammarRead the sentences below and choose the best answer to complete each sentence1. A: How long .....................in Hollywood films?B: I cant say for sure.A. has Brad Pitt been actingC. have Brad Pitt actingE. has Brad Pitt acting2. A: ......... we ............him this time tomorrow?B: I hope so.A. Will/metC Will/be meetingE.Will/be met3.A: The window ............last night.B:l didnt know that.A. broken B. breaks C.was brokenD. is broken E. braked4.A: Are there.......eggs in the fridge?B: Yes, there are .........A. any/a couple B. some/any C.any/anyD. some/little E. little/few5.You went to Costa Rica in 1990 ?A. did you B. didnt you c.don‟t youD. do you E. doesnt you6.A: How often .....you......... public transportation?B: ........................................A. are, use/Often B. do, using/Always c.are,using/todayD. do, use/Month E. do, use/Twice a week7.A: Does Bold read books often?B: Yes, he said that he often.......books.A. reads B. is reading C.readD. doesnt read E. dont read8.A: They were not here.B:If they ............ here, they........ decorated the house,A. are/will B. are/would C.had been/would haveD. were/will E. was/willB. had Brad Pitt actedD. is Brad Pitt actingB. Will/meetingD. Are/meet
Task 2. VocabularyChoose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.9. I bought this book because it has a very attractive _____A. folder B. coverD. wrapping E. pages10. If you cant find what you are looking for in the book, use the ________A. prefix B.list C. directoryD.index E. bibliographyA. look around B. see it C. look it upD. look it over E. look through12. A large of the tree broke off in the storm.A. trunk B. chairD. branch E. stern13.You have to sleep under a net to avoid being bitten by _________ .A. mosquitoes B. lobstersD. cockroaches E. cow14.You cant tell what someone is like just from their ______A. personality B. characterD. looking E. face off15.I was born in Scotland but I in Northern Ireland.A. adult B. brought upD. rose E. grew up16.Nasaa missed the meeting without a good reason___________that she had been told that itwas critical that she be there. I wouldnt want to be in her shoes at work tomorrow.A. therefore B. despite C. howeverD. even E. despite the fact17.Parents and teachers have to try hard to understand the younger.A. generation B. teenagers C. peopleD. adolescents E. matures18.My father likes to be called a senior citizen, not an old ,A. generation B. relative C. lad D. people E. pensioner19. James is going to be late. His car has .A. broken in B. broken outD. broken up E. broken down20.This clock _ of two small batteries.A. drives : B. moves C. runs D. has E. works21.This knife is-really _______ Ill have to sharpen it. .A. bland B.flat C.dull D. frank E. even22. Dont forget to ___________your alarm clock for 6:30.A. siren, B. go off C. put D. ring E. set23.1 am glad _____my plane! Ive just heard, that its been hijacked.A. delayed B. lost C. postponed D. missed E. removed24. After the wedding ceremony, guests attended a/an _______in the hall downstairs.. A. lounge B. reservoir C. reception D. anniversary E. lunchTask 3.Identify and circle the one underlined word or phrase that should, feel corrected25.The current Prime Minister is David Cameron, leader of the Conservative Party, who wasA B Cappointed by the Queen Elizabeth II on 11 May 2010 following the UK General Election on 6 MayD E2010.26.Traditionally, the Queen marks her birthday actual in private with her family at the WindsorA B C D ECastle.C. coat11. If you dont know a word, you should ___________dictionaryC. barkC. geeseC. appearanceC. raisedC. broken through
27.Tens of thousands of students and lecturers marched through the middle of London onAWednesday in a protest that eventual turned violent, demonstrating against the BritishB Cgovernments plans to raise university tuition fees and cut teaching budgets.D E28.On the US, students have long since gotten used to the idea that an undergraduate educationA Bis-not a God- given right but rather an expensive investment for which they can and should pay.C D ETask 4 CommunicationRead the short conversation, then select the letter of the best answer choice.29.Tuul: Have you seen that new British comedy?Dorj: Yes, Ive seen it.Tuul: Did you like it?Dorj: Like it? Ive only seen it 4 times already.What does Dorj imply?A. He has seen the movie too many timesC. He liked it enough to see it several timesE. He doesnt like comedy30.Tuul: If you are still looking for a new printer, the "Computer Land" store has a goodsale going on.Dorj: I know about the sale. I went, but they had already sold out of printers.Tuul: There were lots there when I was there around 12 this morning or so.Dorj: Well, when I got there, there were none left.What does Dorj imply?A. He went before 12 . B, He doesnt really want a printerC. He went after 12 D. He wants to buy 12 printersE. He has already bought one31.Dorj: I heard you are taking some classes with famous professors. What do you think aboutDoctor Byambas regional science course?Tuul: Let me tell you, it feels like this course is never goingto end. What does Tuul imply?A. She is not taking doctor Byambas courseC. The course is already finishedE. Class lasts for two hours each day32. Tuul: Dorj, are your parents coming tomorrow?Dorj: I think thats what they said.What does Dorj say about his parents?A. He doesnt know where they come from B. He believes they are going to come tomorrowC. He doesnt know when they are coming D. He didnt hear what they saidE. He doesnt want tell her about his parentsTask 5. ReadingRead the text and choose one best answer.Spanish Couple1.A young Spanish couple, Victor and Josefa, had just gotten married. They were from therichest families in Spanish. They wanted to spend part of their honeymoon travelling to New Yorkon the Titanic. They got on board the ship who it stopped in France.2.But Victors mother didnt want them to travel on the Titanic because she had had a dreamthat it was going to sink. So Victor left one of his servants in Paris with a tot of postcards, alreadywritten. He told the servant to send ODS postcard every day to his mother in Madrid, so that shewould think that they were in Paris on holiday.-3. When the Titanic hit the iceberg, Victor went up to see what had happened. When he cameback, he told Josefa ro get dressed.4.They both went up on deck, and Josefa got into a lifeboat. Victor stayed on the ship. When theTitanic sank, Josefa and the other people in the lifeboat head the terrible cries of the people in thewater. Josefa shouted the name of he husband Victor again and again.5.Josefa arrived safely in New York on the Carpathia, At first Victors mother refused to believethat her son was dead. But hes in Paris! she said. Ive just had a postcard from him today. Josefamarried again six years liter and had three children. She died in 1972. aged 83.33. In which paragraph did Victors mother dream about die Titanic?A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E.5B. He would see if if he had the timeD. He had not seen it enough yetB. It was the best course shehas ever taken D. She is notenjoying the course
34. In which paragraph did Victor leave many postcards with the servant?A. I B.2 C.3 D.4 E.535.Which paragraph introduces the couple?A.1 B.2 C. 3 D.436. In which paragraph did the Titanic sink?A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 437. In which paragraph did Victors mother hear the horrible news?A. 1 B.2 C. 3 D. 4 E.5Read the text again and choose one best answer38. Why did Victors mother refuse to believe that her son was dead7A. She dreamt that Victor was alive B. Victor didnt go on the TitanicC.She was told that Victor was alive D. She received a letter from himE.She received a postcard from him. every day39. Which of the following statements is wrong about Victor and Josefa?A,They were on their honeymoon tripB.They did not tell Victors mother that they were on travelling on the TitanicC. They had three childrenD.Victors mother was rich personE.Josefa was rescued40. Why Victor leave one of his servants in Paris?A. He needed someone to help his motherB. He needed someone to receive postcards from his motherC. He needed someone to send bis postcards to his motherD. He left the servant to sell his belongingsE.He left the servant to send clothes to his mother41.Where did Victor and Josefa get on board?A. Madrid B. France C. New York D. Spain42. What happened when the Titanic hit the iceberg?A. A ship named The Carpathia arrived in time to rescue all the passengersB. The captain asked everyone to stay on the shipC.Victor and Josefa woke up from sleepD. Victor went up on the deck to see what happened.E. Josefa ran to the lifeboatPART II2.1. Match the ideas correctly.A.step to organize a camping trip 1. poisoningB.disadvantage of large cities 2. to live in an unpolluted areaC.change brought by computers 3. review appropriate materialsD.method to prepare for taking exam 4. make list of necessary items to takeE.kind of home accident 5. better communication servicesF.disadvantage of studying abroad 6. crowded :G.reason for living in a countryside 7. difficulty in understanding a foreign language2.2. Look at this text about politics in the UK, and choose the word that best fits in each blank.Parliament in the UK (a)……………of two chambers: the House of Commons and the House of(b)…………………In the House of Commons there are 650 members Of Parliament, eachrepresenting one (c)…………..The ruling party in the Commons is the one which gains a(d)…………of seats. The main figure in that party is called the (e) ..................................;.The commons is elected for a maximum period of 5 years although the Prime Minister may call ageneral election at any time within that period.a.1.contains 2. includes 3. consistsb.1. Lords 2. Kingsly 3. Aristocraticc.1. Constituency 2. Areas 3. statesd.1. Minority 2. Majority 3. politiciane.1. Queens 2. Dictator 3. Prime ministerE.5E.5
VARIATION CPART ITask 1. GrammarRead the sentences below and choose the best answer to complete each sentence.1. A: We........................ .for you all day? What happened?B: I am sorry. I have been doing my homework.A. has been waiting B. have been waiting C. are waitingD. has waited E. waited2. A: In an hour, I............in front of my TV.B: Ok, I see you soon.A. will sitting B. will be sitting C.am sittingD. sit E. will be sat3. A: Who wrote the book?B: The writer............. in the book:A. is not mentioned. B. has mentioned C. mentionsD. mentioning E. had mentioned&4. A: Did you buy ...... cheese at the supermarket?B: Yes, I bought.....A. any/muchD. some/much5. Bolor has traveled a lot.... ..?A. has sheD. isnt she6. A: How often.......Dorj..........B:.................................A. do, plays/AlwaysD. does, play/Seldom7. A: Was she watching TV?B: Yes, he said that she......TV.A. watchesD. doesnt watch8. A: Anu usually peels potatoes for salad and Delger cuts the onions.B: If Anu ...……the onions for the salad, Delger …….peel the potatoes.B. cuts/wouldE. were cutting/willTask 2. VocabularyChoose the one word or phrase that best completes thesentence.9. The Nigerian workers accused the Korean company of racial_________A. judgment B. argumentD. discrimination E. problem10. Suvdaa _ _____birth to a baby girl yesterday afternoon;A. had B. put C. was D. gave E. delivered11.12.1.Tergel has quite a good_______of physics.A. head B. result C. pass D. marks E. understanding12. I got to class on time ______I had missed my bus.A. even though B. nevertheless C. becauseD. despite E. however13. Most students have quite a good sense of their ownA. idea B. ability C. graspD. notion14. It should be easy for Tselmeg to find more time spend with his children __________ he nolonger has to work in the evenings and on weekends.A. even though B. either C. due toB.some/anyE. little/fewB. hasnt sheE. is shebasketball?B. do,play/SometimesE. are, playing/Twicea weekC. doesnt sheC. is, playing/TodayB. is watchingE. dont watchC. was watchingA. cuts/ willD. is cutting/willC. cut/wouldC. beliefsE. information
D. but E. now that15.If you want to pass the examination, you must study .A. rather B. rather than C. enough D. through E. thoroughly,16. Martin hasn‟t quite _______-yet.A.got over B, recovered C. looked after D. suffered E. treated17.Paul brings the money for our lunch, well go right down to the cafeteria.A.however B. Since C. UntilD. Whatever E. As soon as18.My mouth is burning! This is spicy food that I dont think I cant finish it.A. such B. too C. so D. very19.I was too tired to my suitcase and hang my clothes in the wardrobe.A. unpack B. disorder C. empty D. put out20.I wanted to complain about my boss, but I didnt .A. attempt B. courage C. can D.21.Stop making that noise! Youre getting on my !A. muscles B. nerves C. brains D. blood22.Just a minute! You have forgotten to your check!A. make B. place C. fold D, mark23.All my friends have big new cars. 1 am becoming of my old Mini.A. guilty B. ashamed C. upset D. embarrassing E. shy24.The last flight from Athens two hours ago.A. is B. since C. departs D. arrived E. forTask 3. Identify and circle the one underlined word or phrase that should be corrected25.The Secondary School offers a programme intended building on the skills andA Bexperience gained at the primary level to develop young people who are ready toCbecome citizens of the world: young people with initiative, a cosmopolitan perspectiveD Eand a sense of social responsibility.26.Interviews with more than 40,000 people across a continent found that 16 to 24A B Cyear-olds in the UK have the lowest levels of trust-and belonging.D E27.Teenagers will be expected to stay on school for nine hours a day in order to masterA B Cbasic English and Maths and train for a trade or craft, according to the plans announcedD Eyesterday.28.Today, Brazil is the worlds largest coffee producers and is becoming a significantA Bplayer hi the specialty coffee industry.Task 4. CommunicationRead the short conversation, then select the letter of the best answer choice.29.Saran: How could you get these football game tickets? They were all sold out almost ten daysago.Bazar: They had a few extra available for the press! Im covering the game?What does Bazar imply?A, He works of a newspaper B. He works for the stadiumC. He pressed the ticket office for extra tickets D. He is a member of the teamE. He had already bought them30.Saran: Have you seen Professor Dulmaa around? I need to talk to her about my thesis.Bazar: She is out ofthe office most ofthe time. If you cant catch her there, you can always emailher.What does Bazar suggest Saran do?A. She should make an appointment. B. She should use her computer to contact the professorC. She should leave the professor aloneD. She should catch the professor in her officeE. She should use her phoneE.extremeE.unloadE. dareE.pressureE. sign
31.Bazar: Did the band play for about 2 hours?Saran: No. This time the concert was over in ah hour anda half. How long did the concert last?A. a half hour B..an hour C. ninety minutesD.two hours E. sixty-minutes32.Saran: Maybe you could get a ride to campus with Tuya tomorrow.Bazar: Oh, Tuya no longer drives to class.What does Bazar say about Tuya?A. She doesnt take her car to campus anymore.B. She doesnt have a long way to drive.C. She doesnt need to go to campus tomorrow. D. She doesnt have a car anymore.E.She doesnt have a driving license;Task 5. ReadingRead the text and choose one best answer.Blackpool1. Blackpool is a seaside town. It is situated on the northwest coast of England. It is a verypopular holiday destination.2. Blackpool used to be a small, quiet town. It became a fashionable coastal resort for the richin the mid-1800s. Later, they built the famous Blackpool Tower where people used to havegalas. There were also three long piers stretching out into the Irish sea. Families used towalk along the piers at the weekends or swim in the sea when it wasnt too cold.3. Blackpool is not a small quiet town anymore. There are hundreds of nice guest housesand lovely hotels to stay in. There are also many attractions for people of all ages to enjoy.Tourists can visit theatres and nightclubs or do their shopping in the huge shopping centre.4. They can also visit Pleasure Beach, a huge amusement park with one ofthe biggest rollercoasters in the world.5. Nowadays, most tourists visit Blackpool for a fun day out or a weekend break. Its a busyseaside resort with lots of attractions and full of tourists both young and old. ;33.Which paragraph describes Blackpool in the past?A. 1 B.2 C. 3 D.4 E.534. Which paragraph describes the amusement park?A. 1 B.2 C.3 D.4 E.535. Which paragraph gives the location of Blackpool?A. 1 B.2 C.3 D.4 E.536. In which paragraph is Blackpool described as a place for the rich?A.1 B.2 C.3 D.4 E.537. In which paragraph are nightclubs and shopping centers mentioned?A. 1 B.2 C.3 D.4 E.5Read the text again and choose one best answer38. When did Blackpool become a fashionable coastal resort?A. In the late 1800s B. In the early 1900sC. Before the Blackpool tower was built. D. After the Blackpool tower was built.E. In ancient England39. Which of the following statements is wrong about Blackpool tourists?A. They are many in number.B. They like to shop at a huge shopping centre.C.They can go to nightclubs.D. They do not go there oftenE.They enjoy the seaside resort with many attractions.40. Which of the following is not mentioned as a tourist attraction?A. The sea B. The Blackpool Tower C. The TheatreD.Pleasure Beach E. The Aquarium41.What activities did people used to like to do at Blackpool?A. Fishing B. Drawing C. SailingD. Walking along the piers E. Playing volleyball42. What information does the writer include in the conclusion?A. Blackpool is a big town B. Blackpool has many amusement parksC. It is a resort for rich people D. Blackpool is a busy resort with many attractionsE.It has many old people
PART II2.1. Match the ideas correctly.A.step to organize a camping trip 1. poisoningB.disadvantage of large cities 2. to live in an unpolluted areaC.change brought by computers 3. review appropriate materialsD.method to prepare for taking exam 4. make list of necessary items to takeE.kind of home accident 5. better communication servicesF.disadvantage of studying abroad 6. crowdedG.reason for living in a countryside 7. difficulty in understanding a foreign language2.2. Look at this text about sports, and choose the word that best fits in each blank.Cambridge was happy to win their last match 6:0. Oxford, the opposing team, put up good(a)……………and some people thought they (b)…………………….to win. They were fearlessin tackling their (c)…………………., but every time they took (d)....................... of the ball,Cambridge managed to win it back. Cambridge has now (e)…………..a place in the nextround. They will undoubtedly come up against some fierce competition.a. 1. wrestle 2. conflict 3. fightb. 1. may 2. deserved 3. appropriatedc. 1. opponents 2. enemies 3. fansd.1. grasp 2. custody 3. possessione.1. found 2. gained . 3. collectedVARIATION DPART ITask 1. GrammarRead the sentences below and choose the best answer to complete each sentence.1. A: What has she been doing all day?B:She................all day.A. had working B. has been workingC.is working D. have been workingE. working2. A: Saran.............married soon.B: We should congratulate her.A. will be get B. get C. getting D. will get E. will gets3. A: The thieves......... ......by the police!B: What good news that is.A. arrested B. were arrested C. arrestD. arresting E. are arresting4. A: How ......... did we make yesterday? 200 USD?B:No, ............... than that.A. much/much less B. much/few C. many/much lessD. Any/much E. a lot/few5. "Ann will be here soon, . ?A. will she B. wont sheD. isnt she E. is she6. A: How many times...…….Natsag in the competition?B:…………….A. did, won/One timeD. did, win/Tomorrow7. A: Was Dulam ill?B: Yes, she said that she. ……………..A. has been ill B. was ill c. had illD. would be E. is ill8. A: I cannot change my life.B: If I.... rich, I........change my life completely.A. was/will B. were/would C. am/willD. will/am E. were /would haveB. does, won/SometimesE. did, win/One time
Task 2. VocabularyChoose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.9. I am sorry I screamed. Something_................me.A. depressing B. terrifying C. scaredD. horrifying E. terrible10. How do you _____about the pollution problem in this country?A. view B. think C. believeD. reckon E. feel11. It was cold and wet. Bob put on his swimming suit and went to theA. Therefore B. Despite C. in spite ofD. Although E. Nevertheless12.I dont think this program is for young children.A. suitable B. wonderful C. worthD. keen E. proper13. Boldoo used to be an active person, but pow he has to limit his activitiesA. in spite of B. because of C. althoughD. nevertheless E.because14.Most young people want to more about environmental problems.A. make out B. look up C. deal withD. obtain C. find out15.Tenuun is a very good student of languages. His brother Ganzorig,……..has never beenable to master another language.A. even though B. therefore C. whileD. on the other hand E. whereas16.More people in cities should______cycling instead of using cars.A.take up B. rely to C. set upD. get round to E. give up17.In some countries environmental organizations have been…………to inform people and gaintheir support.A. set off B. make up C. set downD. set out E. set up18.The important thing is to believe that problems can be solved, and not to…………..A. give up B. look up C. make up D. put up E. sign up19. That wa a bad fall. Have you ______ yourself?A. Healed B. hurt C. damaged D. picked up E. broken20. The wind was blowing so much that we couldn‟t ____our test.A. build B. make up C. construct D. raise E. pitch21. I am hungry Do you _____ going out of for a pizza?A. like B. desire C. need D. fancy E. want22. I bought these shoes on sale. They were a real ____A. bargain B. economy C. cheap D. purchase E. barter23. I gave the assistant ten dollars and she gave me four cents____.A. money B. change C. coins D. rest E. refund24. All questions must be answered ____ and you must sign at the bottom where indicated.a. truth B. honest C. truthful D. fairly E. honestlyTask 3. Identify and circle the one underlined word or phrase that should be corrected25.In my opinion, they arent going nowhere special because of financial problems.A B C D E26.When he came on the 4:30 oclock train they were waiting for him at the station.A B C D E27.If boss comes from Moscow, everybody will get their share.A B C D E28.Tom has never spent his holiday on the beach because he doesn‟t know to swim.A B C D E5. CommunicationRead the short conversation. Then select the letter of the best answer choice.29. Tsetseg: I know you were really stressed out about your math exam. Howd you do?Huyag: I cant complain.
What does the man mean?A. He doesnt want to tell the woman how he didB. He did fairly wellC. The professor doesnt want to hear the complaints about the examD. Its too late to file a protest with the departmentE. He did badly30.Tsetseg:If you are still looking for a new printer, the "Computer Land" store has a good salegoing on.Huyag:! know about the sale. I went, but they had already sold out of printers.Tsetseg: There were lots there when I was there around 12 this morning or so.Huyag: Well, when I got there, there were none left.What does Huyag imply?A. He went before 12 B. He went after 12C. He wants to buy 12 printers D. He doesnt realiy want a printerE. He has already bought one31.Tselseg:Huyagaa,have you seen my dictionary? I forgot it at school yesterdayHuyag: No, Tsetseg, I gave it to Bayar. He said he would meet you that day.Where‟s Tsetseg‟s dictionary?A.Bayar has it B. Bayar doesnt want to give it to TsetsegC. Huyag returned it to Tsetseg alreadyD. Huyag lost itE. Tsetseg has it32.Tsetseg: How could you get these football game tickets? They were all sold out almost tendays ago.Huyag: They had a few extra available for the press. I‟m covering the game.What does Huyag imply?A. He works for the stadium B. he had already bought newC. He works for a newspaper C. he is a member of the themD. E. He pressed the ticket office for extra ticketsRead the test and choose one best answer.A story1. It was late at night. Sophie was sleeping. Yellow light shone into her bedroom from the streetlamp outside the window, but there was no sound of traffic. Everything was quiet.2.Suddenly there was a low rumbIing noise and Sophies bed rocked gently. Sophie woke up,looked at the ceiling and saw that her bedroom light was swinging. She sat up and looked around.She didnt know what was happening. Then there was another rumbling noise. The bed shook soviolently that Sophie fell onto the floor. She felt the floor moving under her. It was as if the wholehouse was jumping up and down.3.Sophie was very frightened, but she knew what to do. She quickly rolled under her bed. Theroom was still shaking. One of Sophies pictures fell off the wall and it smashed loudly. Sophiescreamed. Then she heard her father shouting her name. He was trying to open her bedroom door,but. the door was stuck. Sophie screamed again and started to cry.4. It was just then that the shaking stopped and her father burst through the door. IT‟s OK.Sophie, he said. “You are safe now.”5. Sophie and her parents went outside. All their neighbors were standing4n the street.Everyone was scared, but they all felt happy to be alive. Sophies dad hugged her and said,"You are brave girl, Sophie. Im very proud of you."33. Which paragraph first gives information about where Sophie was that night?A. I B. 2 C. 3 D.4 E.534.Which paragraph describes the happy neighbors?A. 1 B.2 C.335.In which paragraph didSophie wake up?A. 1 B.2 C.336.In which paragraph did her-father open the door?A. 1 B. 2 C. 337. Which paragraph describes how afraid Sophie was?A. 1 B.2 C.3D.4 E.5D.4 E.5E.5D.4D.4 E.5
Read the text again and choose one bestanswer38. Why were the neighbors happy?A. Because the shaking stoppedC. Because no one diedE. Because, they werent frightened39. Why did the father tell his daughter that hewas proud of her?A. She rescued a small puppyC. She was not scared of anythingE She saved her father40. Which of the following statements is trueabout the event?A. It was during the dayC. It happened during the nightE. People died during the shaking41. Who was trying to open the door?A. The motherC. The fatherE. Her brother42. Why did she fall out of bed?A. She had a nightmareC. She was scared to be on the bedE. She was going to get upB. Because their houses did not fall downD. Because they were outsideB. She screamed and woke up all theneighbors D. He wanted her to calm downB. It happened in the summerD. It lasted for a very long timeB. The intruderD. One of the neighborsB. The bed shook violentlyD. Some of dragged her out of her bed2.1. Match the ideas correctly.A.disadvantage of large carsB.reason for living in the countrysideC.disadvantage of studying abroadD.kinds of home accidentE.problem caused by absenteeismE step to organize a camping tripG. method to prepare for taking examPART II1. hard to get home in anemergency2.get maps of the area3.cuts and burns4.get away from city noise5.study on a regular basis6.use more petrol7.missed deadlines
2.2. Look at this report about crime, and choose a word that best fits in each blank.Police are concerned about a growing number of offences that are being (a)……………byyoung people in our town. They say that an increasing number of youngsters are breaking intopeoples (b).............................................................................................or (c)……..their cars.Indeed, police claim that it is probably young (d) .....................................…………..who are toblame for the recent spate of the burglaries in our town. Police are proposing special(e)…………to combat the problem and are asking for public support in this fight against juvenilecrime.a. i. committed 2. made 3. doneb. I. partnership 2. wallets 3.hoxisesc. 1. taking 2. stealing 3. liftingd. 1. prisons 2. adults 3. offendere. 1. campaign 2. election 3. mandate
2012 eeshVariation APART ITask 1. Grammar /12x1=12 points/Read the sentences below and choose the best answer to complete each sentence.1. I couldn‟t get all ……………I needed.A. information D. an informationB. the information E. a informationC. informations2. Jim is at……………work at ……………moment. He is ……… personal trainer.A. - / the / a C. a / the / theB. the / the / a D. - / the / the E. a / - / a3. You can‟t type ………I can.A. fastier than C. as fast thanB. fastestD. as faster as E. as fast as4. When I ……… on the bus, I realized that I ……… my purse at home.A. had gotten/forgotten D. was getting/forgetB. had got/forgot E. got/was forgettingC. got/had forgotten5. Come back in the morning, ………?A. do you C. will youB. have you D. don‟t you E. are you6. This e-mail is intended solely for the use of the person to ……… it is addressed.A. who B. whose C. which D. whom E. That7. While the film ………the money ran out.A. was being made D. is being madeB. made E. had being madeC. was making8. “How long does it take to get to the city centre?” I asked her.I asked her how long ……… to get to the city centre.A. does it take C. did it takeB. had it taken D. it took E. it has taken9. If I ……… very hard, I would have been able to stop smoking.A. tried D. had tryedB. would have tried E. had triedC. would try10. I‟m ……… in the evolution of people.A. interest D. interestingB. interested E. interestedilyC. interests11. We stayed in that hotel despite ……… .A. the good food D. it was nearB. it was expensive E. it was noisyC. the noise
12. I wish I ……… harder at school when I was younger.A. had worked D. were workedB. worked E. have workedC. workTask 2. Vocabulary /15x2=30 points/Choose one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.13. A young sheep is called a ……… .A. foal B. lamb C. kid D. calf E. cub14. I am scared ……… making a fool of myself when I give the presentation.A. for B. from C. to D. about E. of15. Doctors ………patients.A. treat C. buildB. repair D. design E. buy and sell16. We must go now. Call the waitress and ask for the ……… .A. invoice C. interestB. bill D. cost E. profit17. The amount that people pay for things in a country is called the ……… of living.A. standard C. costB. waste D. currency E. coins18. We have ……… for a receptionist but haven‟t appointed anyone yet.A. noticed C. advisedB. announced D. advertised E. suggested19. It took them ages to ……… the fire.A. put off C. put outB. take off D. put away E. take away20. I read the ……… of that book but I couldn‟t possibly read the whole story.A. starting C. beginB. start D. beginning E. starts21. Replace the underlined idiom with the phrase that has the same meaning.Hes up to his ears in work and cannot possibly see you now.A. associated with D. concerned withB. very interested in E. fully occupied withC. not involved with22. Look at the picture and choose the best phrase to complete the sentence.Anne is ……… to Barbara.A. quite alike C. very differentB. quite unlike D. similar E. except that23. Replace the underlined word in the newspaper headline with the word that has the samemeaning.Employment is the important issue says union.A. key B. talks C. quit D. row E. bid24. What is the person doing?A. He is shaking his head.B. He is yawning.
C. He is crying.D. He is nodding his head.E. He is waving his hand.25. Choose the best sentence that fits the picture.A. I spilt some coffee on Paula‟s skirt.B. I tripped over the cup.C. There is a horrible stain on her skirt.D. I am afraid it was broken.E. I dropped the cup on the floor.Choose the word that doesn’t fit in the list26. We can say ……… .A. to start a car D. to start a dayB. to start a family E. to start my own businessC. to start a bicycle27. You can look at sales ……… .A. forecasts C. targetsB. leaders D. figures E. reportTask 3. Social expressions /5x2=10 points/Choose the best answer to the questions below.28. Woman: Could you have fresh towels brought to my room, please?Man: Yes, ma‟am. I‟ll send someone right away.Where is this conversation taking place?A. In a department store. D. In a hotelB. At a restaurant E. At the cinemaVariation A English6C. At a drugstore29. Man: I just heard the most incredible news.Woman: Well, tell me. Don‟t leave me in the dark.What does the woman mean?A. She doesn‟t want the news kept from her.B. She wants the man to turn the lights on.C. She‟s afraid to be left alone.D. She doesn‟t want to hear the news.E. She‟s afraid of the darkness.30. Woman: Hello?Man: Oh, Could I speak to Alex, please?Woman: Sorry, there is no Alex living here. I think you‟ve got ………A. the busy lineB. the wrong numberC. the different operatorD. the wrong addressE. the wrong message31. Choose the correct phrasal verb to complete the sign.
A. Take awayB. Give upC. Slow downD. Check outE. Closing down32. Look at the note. What does it say? Choose the correct statement.We can’t accept credit cardsif you spend $ 10 or less.Please have enough cashA. It is possible to pay bills of more than $10by creditcard.B. We can give you cash if you pay your billby credit card.C. We will charge you extra if you pay billsof under $10 bycredit card.D. Credit cards are accepted for less than$10.E. We will give you a bonus if you pay billsover $10 bycredit card.Task 4. Reading /6x3=18 points/Read the text and choose the best answer to the questions below.When is a 2000-calorie meal fattening?  It depends on what time you eat it. Dr. FranzHalberg, a professor of laboratory medicine and pathology at the University of Minnesota,probed this mystery in a study conducted a few years ago.  Each day for a week, he fed sixvolunteers a single meal, consisting of 2000 calories, eaten at breakfast time. [3 On thebreakfast-only diet, all six people lost weight.  But on the dinner regimen, four of the sixgained weight.  Even the remaining two lost more on the breakfast diet than on the dinnerdiet. Dr. Halberg‟s conclusion is that a calorie is not the same at breakfast as it is at dinner.33. According to the passage, what happened on the dinner only schedule?A. All six people gained weight.B. All six people lost weight.C. Two people‟s weight stayed the same.D. Two-thirds of the people gained weightE. A calorie is the same at breakfast as it is at dinner34. Look at the five squares [[f6] that indicate where the following sentence can be added tothe passageand choose the correct place.Then he gave the same participants the identical 2000-calorie meal as dinner for a week.A. 1 B. 2 C.3 D. 4 E. 5
35. All of the following are true EXCEPTA. A 2000-calorie meal may or may not be fattening.B. This was not conducted this year.C. There were 6 volunteers in Dr. Halberg‟s study.D. The participants ate breakfast and dinner for one week.E. All participants lost weight on the breakfast-only diet.36. The word “regimen” is closest in meaning to the word ………A. diet B. feast C. time D. cuisine E. table37. The word it in the last line refers to ………A. breakfast C. dinnerB. conclusion D. diet E. a calorie38. The passage supports which of the following conclusions?A. Dr. Halberg has conducted many calorie studies.B. 2000 calories a day will cause a person to gain weight.C. If you want to lose weight, eat only 2000 calories a day at breakfast.D. The breakfasts and dinners were different meals of 2000 calories each.E. Dr. Halberg conducted tests on his students.Task 5. Error recognition /4x3=12 points/Identify and choose one underlined word or phrase that should be corrected.39. The nurses have been very kind to you; you mustn‟t be rude with them.A B C D E40. Ralph Waldo Emerson, the writer, stressed the important of individuality and self-reliance.A B C D E41. Bob Ingram, a 17-year-old high school student, have shown that young people don‟t haveto waitA B Cuntil they are adults to make a profit from a hobby.D E42. If I send you a money, will you buy me some earrings like yours?A B C D EPART II2.1 Match the sentences with the correct word forms. /4x1=4 points/a. The company ……. Skilled workersb. The company has 16 full-timec. The factory is the areas largest …d. ….. has risen again1. Employees2. Unemployment3. Employer4. Employs
2.2 Read the text and choose the correct word for each space. /6x1=6 points/Nowadays, most families are not able to sit down together every day to share a meal. Housewivescannot plan the food carefully as they used to do before. Our parents are usually working andarrive home late. Grandmas probably live too …(a)…… away to visit regularly. Children eat fast sothey never learn that preparing good food and eating healthily …(b)…… time and thought. Insome families, each person eats separately, …(c)…… television or working at a desk and thechildren often eat …(d)…… . By sitting …(e)…… the table with other people, however, children…(f)…… the chance to learn that a shared meal is a great way for family members to tell theirnews.a. 1. distant 2. long 3. much 4. farb. 1. wants 2. gets 3. takes 4. asksc. 1. seeing 2. watching 3. looking 4. attendingd. 1. alone 2. single 3. lonely 4. privatelye. 1. at 2. on 3. by 4. inf. 1. allow . give 3. have 4. showa. live too far awayb. takes timec. watching televisiond. eat alonee. sitting at the tablef. have the chance2.3 Look at the chart below and choose the correct answer. /4x2=8 points/Percentage of population using English as a first or second languagea. What percentage of the population of Australia uses English as a first language?1. more than three quarters2. almost a third3. just under a quarter0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%Australia Barbados Mayasia SounthAfricaUK USA85%100%3%9%95%85%14%0%30%22%3%15%English as a first language English as a second language
4. the lowest percentageb. This chart shows the percentage of people from a number of countries who ……… .1. speak English as a first language2. speak English as a second language3. speak English as a first or second language4. speak German as a first or second languagec. The country with highest percentage of speakers of English as a second language is ……. .1. The USA 3. Australia2. Malaysia 4. South Africad. Find the average percentage of speakers of English as a first language in one country.1. 75,4 % 2. 53,8% 3. 62,8% 4. 94,2%VARIATOIN BPART ITask 1.GrammarRead the sentences below and choose the best answer to complete each sentence.1. She doesn‟t have…….at the moment.A. wouldn‟t you B. had you C. did you D. do you E. hadn‟t youA. a work B.works C.any work D. an work E. the work2. On way to…….work in……morning I usually buy…..newspaper.A. the/the/a B.-/the/a C. a/the/the D.-/the/- E. a/-/a3. Riding a horse is not …riding a bicycle.A. easy than B. the easiest C. as easier than D.as easier as E.as easy as4. By the time the engines ……at the cottege, Tom and his neirhbours…. the fire.A.arrived/had already put out B.had arrived/already put outC.arrived/already put out D.was arriving/already put out E.had arrived /was alreadyputting out5. You‟d rather I kept quiet about it ,………..?A.wouldn‟t you B.had you C.did you D.do you E.hadn‟t you6.Elsa seemed like the kind of person to …………happiness came almost naturally.A.who B.whose C.which D.whom E.that7.All our products………..to your door.A.delivered B.are delivered C.was delivered D.have delivered E.are delivering8.“I won‟t be back until next Thursday”She told me.She told me that she …………… until the following Thursday.A.won‟t to back B.wouldn‟t be back C.will be back D.wouldn‟t be back E.wasn‟t bne back9.If you found a spider in the bath,what……………?A.you will do B.will you do C.woulld you do D.you would you E.you do10.Studing without a teacher would be…………A.bores B.boreless C.bored D.bores E.boring11.Most of us thought it was great.Peter on the other hand,…………..A.loved it B.hated it C.agreed D.was very happy E.was excited12.I wish I… ………….more money when I was younger.A.saved B.wasb saving C.had saved D.save E.have savedTask 2.VocabularyChoose one word or phrase that best completes the sentense.13.A younger horse is called a………….A.foal B.lamb C.kid D.calf E.cub14.I still haven‟t forgiven her ……….her behaviour in front of my friends.A.of B.from C.to D.about E.for
15.Mechanics …………… cars.A.treat B.repair C.build D.desing E.buy the sell16.When you borrow money,you have to pay………….to the bank.A.bill B.invoice C.interest D.cost E.profit17.The level of money and comfort people have is called their…………of living.A.standart B.waste C.cost D.currency E.coins18.She … at me and turned away.A.viewed B.regarded C.responded D.glanced E.saw19.Whit inflatoin at 10%,the price could… again quite soon.A.rise up B.rget up C.go up D.put up E.set up20.My car very rarely…first time when the weather is raelly cold.A.begins B.begining C.starting D.began E.stars21.Replace the underlined idiom with the phrase that has the same meaning.The mother always describes her twin sons has like two peas in a pod.A.both round in shapeB.both saying the same thingC.both full of funD.both looking exactly a likeE.both like cooking peas22.Look at the picture and choose the best phare to complete the sentence.Diana and Claire are ……..A.the same as B.quite alike C.very different from D.similar to E.except to23.Replace the undelined word in the newspaper heanline with the word that has the samemeaning.Transport Minister to resing soon.A.kye B.talks C.quit D.row E.did24.What is the person doing?A.She is shaking her headB.She is yawingC.She is cryingD.She is nodding her headE.She is waving her head25.Choose the best sentence that fits the picture.A.I spilt some coffee on Paula‟s skirtB.I dropped the cup on the floor but it wasn‟t brokenC.There is a horrible stain on her skirtD.I am afraid it was brokenE.I tripped over the cup26.We can say……….A.a heavy smoker B.a heavy lesson C.heavy traffic D.heavy rain E.heavy metal27.Companies find out the needs of …………..A.customers B.clients C.containers D.consumers E.buyersTask 3.Socail ExpressionsChoose the best answer to the questions below.28.Man: I‟d like a book of stamps,pls!Woman:Here you are.That would be 5000Where is this conversation taking place?A.At a drugstore B.At an art gallery C.At the cinema D.At a post office E.At a restaurant29.Woman:Have you made our plane the reservation yet?Man:No,I am leaving it up to you.What does the man want the woman to do?A.leave him alone
B.He has already made the reservations.C.Let him make the reservation.D.Get someone else to make to reservations.E.Make the plane reservation.30.Man:Hello,Could I speak to Mrs.Peterson,plsWoman:I;m afraid she is out at the moment.Would you like to…………….?A.take a message B.leave amessage C.tell her D.me to take a message E.me to send amessage31.choose the correct phrasal verb to complete the sign.…………….sale !Last few days… everything must go.A.Take away B.Give up C.Slow down D.Check out of E.Closing down32.Look at the note.What does it say?Choose the correct statement.One free concert ticket for A.Refreshment are included in the price of concert ticketStudent who can serve B.Students who help with the concert get free refreshments.Refreshment during C.Students don‟t pay for concert tickets if they help with theresfreshmentsInterval. D.students who help with the concert will get free fresh fruit and veg.E.Concert tickets are free for all freshmen.Task 4.ReadingRead the text and choose the best ansver to the questions below.The amount of sleep each person needs depends on many factors,including age.Inflants generallyrequire about 16 hours a day.For most adults, seven to eight appears to be the ideal amount ofsleep,although a few people may need as five hours‟sleep or as ten hours‟sleep eachday.(1)Getting too little sleep creates a sleep debt,and eventually,your body will demand that thedebt be repaid(2 )A large number of people over 65 have frequent sleeping problems,such asinsomnia,and deep sleep stages in many elderly people often become very short or stopcomoletely.(3) Microsleep, or very brief episodes of sleep in an otherwise awake person,areanother mark of sleep deprivation.(4 )The widespread practice of burning the candle at both ends in western industrialized societieshas created so much sleep deprivation that is really abnormal sleepiness is now almost thenorm(5)33.According to the passage who needs mosr sleep?A.infants B.Most adults C.A few people D.Elgerly people E.Teenagers34.Look at the () that indicate where the following sentence can be added to the passange andchoose the correct answer.In many cases,people are not aware that they are experiencing microsleeps.A.1 B.2 C.3 D.4 E.535.All of the following are true EXCEPT:A.The amount of sleep depend on people‟s age.B.The amount of sleep depend on geographical areas.C.Getting too little sleep creates a sleep debt.D.A few peole may need as little as 5 hours‟sleep per day.E.A large number of eldery people have sleeping problems.36.The word”eventually”in line 4 is closest in meaning to…………..A.suddenly B.gradually C.continuosly D.adruptly E.finelly37.It can be infrred from the passage thar a large number of eldery people…………..A.require about sixteen hours sleep everydayB.are aware of that they are experiencing microsleepC.suffer from sleeping problems,such as insomniaD.have created much sleep deprivation
E.burn candles38.What is the best summary of the passage?A.The amount of sleep each person needs doesn‟t depent on age factor.B.Getting too little sleep creates sleep disturbances.C.It needs to burn be candle ar both ends.D.Enough sleep in our life is now almost the norm.E.Without enough sleep eldery people are becoming very short.Task 5.Error recongnitionIndentify and choose one underlined word or phrase that should be corrected.39.We saw that the house was in fire,but luckily no one was in danger .A B C D E40.Languege is an important factor in the accumulate of culture.A B C D E41.Post-it notes invented in the 1970s at the 3M company in Minnesota quite by accident.A B C D E42.Computers provide us with lost of possibilities to receive and process informations quickly.A B D D EPART II2.1 Match the sentences with the correct word froms.a.Have you had any…………….in finding a job 1.successb.She completed her course……………… 2.succeedc.If you try hard,I‟ m sure you‟ll.............. 3.unsuccessfuld.I tried to contact him but was ……………… 4.successfully2.2Read the text choose the correct word for each space.We all know that …(a)…..are a lot of chemical ingredients in fast food…..(b)…..of themare goodfor our healt but not all of them are bad.Chlorine is used to make bread white.Cochinael,which ismade…...(c)….dried insects, is used to make things red.However,more research…(d)….to find outexactly how these chemicals will affect our health in years to come.The question is :do you knowwhich chamicals you are eating?But it doesn‟t stop us from…..(e)….billions ofdollars….(f)….hamburgers and hotdogs.a.1.they 2.there 3.these 4.thoseb.1.None 2.one 3.another 4.otherc.1.by 2.off 3.from 4.withd.1.needed 2.are needed 3.needs 4.is needede.1.lending 2.spending 3.buying 4.findingf.1.to 2.in 3.at 4.on2.3Look at the chart below and choose the correct answer.
Percentage of population using English as a first or second languagea.What percentage of the USA uses English as a language?1.slightly less than a third2.just more than a half3.a minority of the population4.more than three quartersb.In Sounth Africa………………of people use English as a second language.1.22% 2.30% 3.15% 4.12%c.The country with……….. of speakers of English as a first language is Malaysia.1.more than a half2.the highest percentage3.the lowest percentage4.less than a halfd.Find the average percentage of speakers of English as a first language in one country.1.75,4% 2.53,8% 3.62,8% 4.94,2%Variation „C‟PART 1Task1. GrammarRead the sentences below and choose the best answer to complete each sentence 1. I definitely need…….. .A. a new pair of trousers B. a trousers C. a new trousersD. a pairs of trouser 2. When he is on … duty at…. Hospital Jack has to wear…. uniform.A. a/-/a B. the/the/a C. a/the/the D. -/the/the/ E. -/the/a 3. Your coffee is nor…. the coffee my mother makes.A. better as B. the best C. as good as D. as good than E. as good as 4. By the time we…..to the check-in desk, the flight….. .A. was getting/had already closed B. had got/already closedC. got/already closed D. got/had already closed0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%Australia Barbados Mayasia SounthAfricaUK USA85%100%3%9%95%85%14%0%30%22%3%15%English as a first language English as a second language
E. had got/was already closing 5. No-one understood that word, ….?A. does he B. did you C. didn`t they D. did they E. doesn`t he 6. Tony, …….brother Dave also played for Scotland, eventually became team captain.A. who B.whose C.which D.whom E.that 7. Traditional cheeses…….in many regions of the UK.A. is produced B.was produced C.produce D. are producingE.are produced 8. „If I ask you nicely, will you buy me an ice cream?‟ she asked. She asked me…………..A. to buy her an ice cream B.to ask her for an ice creamC. whether I had asked her for an ice cream D. would I buy her an ice cream E. If I asked hernicely would she buy me an ice cream 9. I will try very hard to come and have dinner at your house if….able to.A. I was B. I were C. I am D. I had been E. I will be 10. The wildlife was really……….A. fascinating B. fascinated C. fascinates D. fascinate E. fascinatingly 11. He bought that watch even though…….. .A. he wanted it B. having one already C. its high priceD. his friends` objection E. it was expensive 12. I wish I……. Nicer to my parents when I was younger.A. were B. was C. have been D. had been E. will be Task2. VocabularyChoose one word or phrase that best completes the sentence13. A young cow is called aA. foal B. lamb C. kid D. Calf E. cub 14. It was very generous ……….you to offer to help me.A. for B. from C. to D. about E. of 15. Bricklayers ………walls.A. treat B. repair C. build D. design E. buy and sell 16. There has been an increase in the …………..of livingA. bill B. cost C. interest D. invoice E. profit 17. The type of money used in a country is called the…….A. standart B. waste C. cost D. currency E. spanding 19. It was quite a serious illness, so she took a while to …………..it.A. ger over B. go over C. take over D. get through E. put through 20. I……my car to make sure it worked about ten minutes before I drove to work.A. begun B. begin C. started D. start E. begun 21. Replace the underlined idiom with the phrase that has the same meaning I was turning into the left lane when a car came out of nowhere and hit me.A. stopped right in front of me B. spun over C. broke downD. fell off a truck E. suddenly appeared 22. Look at the pictire and choose the best phrase to complete the sentence.
Barbara is ……Claire.A. quite alike B. quite unlike C. very different D. similar E. expect that 23. Replace the underlined word in the newspaper headline with the world that has thesame meaning.A. Key B. talks C. quit D. row E. bidChoose the word that doesn`t fit in the list. 26. We can say…… A. to run a kilometer B. to run a joke C. to run a business D. to run a bath E. to run tests 27. A product can be high…….. A. luxury B. status C. quality D. prestige E. standardsTask3. Social expressionsChoose the best answer to the questions below. 28. Man: I`d like to add one more city to my tour of Europe.Women: I`ve already made your reservation, but let me see what I can do for you.What kind of work does the woman do?A. She is a teacher. B. She`s an architect C. She`s a travel agent.D. She`s a writer E. She is a waitress 29. Man: I don`t want that puppy in the house.Woman: Oh, have a heartWhat does the woman mean?A. She wants the man to feel sympathy for the puppy.B. She wants the man to hold the puppy onto his heart.C. She wants the man to dislike the puppy.D. She wants the man to ignore the puppyE. She wants the man to give her the puppy. 30. Man: Good morning. The Sheraton Hotel. How may I help you?Woman: Yes, I`d like to speak to the manager.Man: Hold the line, please. I`ll………… .A. put you straight away B. put you away C. put you downD. put you up E. put you through 31. Choose the correct phrasal verb to complete sign.A. Take away B. Give up.C. Slow down D. Check out E. Closing downTask4. ReadingRead the text and choose the best answer to the questions below. Lie detectors do not detect lies. 1 Basically, the instrument records four physiologicalactivities on a moving roll of graph paper. The instrument is not very sophisticated. 2 Twopens are driven by air-filled tubes placed around a subject`s chest and stomach to recordbreathing movement. Another pen. Connected to a blood-pressure cuff on the subject`sarm. Records each heartbeat and traces changes in blood pressure. The fourth pen isconnected to a pair of metal electrodes attached to the fingers of one hand. 3 This penrecords changes in the electrical resistance of the skin and can indicate subtle sweating. 4In administering the test, examiners usually ask neutral questions such as birth dates and
addresses in order to compare these responses with those from emotionally chargedquestions. 5 33. Which of following would be the most appropriate title for the passage?A. The history of the lie detector B. Emotionally charged questionsC. The truth about lie detectors D. How to assemble a lie detectorE. How do lie detectors reveal liars? 34. Look at five squares [ ] that indicate where the following sentence can be added to thepassage and choose the correct answer. They record a persom`s physiological reactions to certain questions.A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 5 35. which of the following statement is NOT true about the fourth pen?A. It is connected to two metal electrodes.B. It records changes in the electrical resistanve of the skinC. It is attached to the fingers of both hands.D. It indicates subtie sweating.E. It is attached to the fingers of one hand. 36. According to the passage, what might an emotionally charged question be about?A. a birthday B. one`s favourite colour C. friends D. the weather E. a crime 37. The word those in the last line refers to………….A. responses B. birthdates C. addresses D. questions E. examiners 38. It can be inferred from the passage thatA. lies are detected by the testB. one must be able to analyze reactions to a lie detector testC. neutral questions need not be asked.D. all physiological reactions indicate lyingE. a subject must not use alcohol at all before the testTask5. Error recognitionIdentify and choose one underlined word or phrase that should be corrected 39. Most of our guests arrived by car but my brother came by foot.A B C D E 40. The origins of the game of chess are not known with certainty, andA Btraditional stories in a number of cultures claim credit for development the game.C D E 41. There are a lot of programmes on television that are not educational and thatA B Ccontains violence and bad language.D E 42. I will go to the swimming-pool for some informations about diving lessons.A B C D EPART II2.1 Match the sentences with the correct word forms. A. My children are my greatest 1. unhappysource of………….
B. She…….…. agreed to help. 2. happiest C. He was………… about the 3. happinessresult of the exam. D. It was the…….day of her life. 4. Happily2.2 Read the text and choose the correct word for each space.Fast food and…..(a)……. come together. When we have eaten the burger, we throw….. (b)…. thepackaging and somebody somewhere will then burn or bury it. This is clearly….. (c)….problem forthe environment. Fast food…. (d)…to global warming. In Brazil, 12 million acres of forest….. (e)….cut down in order to build farms. Farmers use this land to grow soybeans and the soy is given tothe cows that become the beef burger.….. (f)… forest = More global warming. The question is: Doyou care?A 1. Parcel 2. Packaging 3. Box 4. ContainersB 1. Away 2. Out 3. Up 4. AboveC 1. Any 2. The 3. A 4. AnD 1. Gives 2. Sustains 3. Provides 4. ContributesE 1. Have 2. Have been 3. Has 4. IsF 1. More 2. Less 3. Many 4. Fewera. What percentage of the population of Malaysia uses English as a second language1. More than three quarters 3. The lowest percentage2. Sightly less than a third 4. Just under a quarter0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%Australia Barbados Mayasia SounthAfricaUK USA85%100%3%9%95%85%14%0%30%22%3%15%English as a first language English as a second language
B. I‟m interesting that in .......a hundred percent of the population spesks English as a firstlanguage.1. The USA 2. The UK 3. Barbados 4. AustraliaC. The percentage of speakers of English as a first or second language in Nigeria is .....1. The highest 2. No figure is given 3. A majority of speakers 4. ThelowestD. Find the average percentage of speakers of English as a second language in one country?1. 14% 2. 21% 3. 28% 4. 17%VARIATION DTASK 1.Grammar getting1. My………very dry at the moment.A. hairs are B. hairs is C. hair was D. hair has E. hair is2. Helen is in……bed with………temperature , so……trip has been postponed.A.-/the/a B.-/a/the C. a/the/the d.-/the/the3 .A boy of sixteen is often………his father.A. tall than B. the tallest C. as tall than D. as tall as E. as taller as4. By the time we…….to the cinema, the film……..A. got/had already started B. had got/already started C. got/already started D. wasgetting/already started E. had got was already starting5. I am your best friend……..?A. am I B. amn‟t I C. aren‟t I D. don‟t I E. do I6.Jane Austen,……..novels feature many clergymen , had two brothers.A. who B .whose C. which D. whom E. that7.The rubbish………..on Tuesday this week.A .s collected B. was collected C. collects D .is being collected E. has collected8‟.I will not lend my car just anyone „Andy said.Andy said that ………..A .he wouldn‟t lend his car to just anyoneB. he wouldn‟t lend my car to just anyoneC .he will not lend his car to just anyoneD .he is not going to lend his car to just anyoneE .he would lend his car to anyone9.if I…….you should work very hard so that I could earn more money.A .was B. am C. have been D. had E. were10. The trip was very………but we enjoyed it a lot.A. tire B .tires C. tiring d. tired E. tiredly11. The hotel was excellent in spite of……A. the good service B .the food was boring C. the boring food D .it was expensive E .it wastoo noisy12.I wish my family………..more money when I was small.A.hav B.had C.was having D.had had E. havehadTask2 Vocabulary13.A young goat is called a……….A. foat B .lamb C.kit D. calf E. cub14. The new drug prevent the bacteria……growing.A. of B .from C. to D. about E. for15.Brocers……..stocks and shares.A. treat B. repair C. build D .design E .buy and sell16.We made a big…………..on the sale.A .bill B. invoice C .price D. profit E. cost17. To ……….money means to use money badly.
A. standart B. wast C .cost D. currency E. coins18.Good…..I hope you get the job.A. chance B. go over C .luck D. wish E. hope19.Don‟t leave that meat there too long-it‟ll………..A .take off B..go over C. pass away D. go off E. take out20. can‟t……….to understand why anyone would want to be cruel to animals.A. being B .start C. being D. start E. began21.Replace the underlined idiom with the phrase to that has the same meaning.You remember I told you about that car that cost me an arm and a leg?A. a fair amount of money B. a huge amount of money C. a small amount of moneyD .a huge amount of money E. a short amount of money22.Look at the picture and choose n the best phrase to complete the sentence.Anne is……from Diana.A .quite alike B .quite unlike C .very different D .similar E. except that23.Replace the underlined word in the newspaper headline wiyh the word that has thesame meaning .A. key B. talks C. quit D.rom E.bid24. What is the girl doing?A. She is shaking her headB. She is yawing .C. She is crying.D. She is nodding her headE. She is waving her hand25. Choose the best sentence that fits the picture.A.I spilt some coffee. B.I dropped the cup on the floor. C.I tripped over the cup.D.I am afraid it was broken. E. There is a horrible stain on Paula‟s skirt.26. We can say…..A.dry wine B.wet wine C .red wine E .White wine27. You can……….a product.A. sell B. launch C. compete D. adverrtise E. buyTask3.Social expressionsChoose the best answer to the questions below28. Woman: The Xrays show you have no cavities.Man: Thank goodness. I hate to have my teeth drilled.What is the woman‟s occupation?A. She is an engineer. C. She is a dentist .B. She is a carpenter . D. She is a computer operator. E. She is anarchitect29. Man: I think something must be wrong because Tom wasn‟t at home when I called.Woman: Oh , you are always jumping to conclusions.What is the woman implying about the man?A. He is thoughtful about things.B. He arrives at opinions too quickly .C. He‟s always jumping around.D. He doesn‟t know how to make a decision.E. He believes Tom should be at home when he calls.F. 30. Man: Good morning . The Sheraton Hotel. How may I help you?Woman: Yes , I‟d like to speak to the manager.Man : Oh , I am very sorry, ma‟am. Her line is…………at the moment
A. Responded B. given no answer C. rested D. engaged E.given31.Choose the correct phrasal verb to complete the sign.A. Take awayB. Give upC. Slow downD. Check outE. Closing down32. Look at the note. What does it say? Choose the correct statement.Hi Annie A.not lending Annie her camera because sheneeds herselfAlthought I‟d like to lend you my camera for you B. promised to lend Annie camerathen changing her mindholiday , Iwon‟t be able to because I‟ve promised C. not being able to take photos atPeter‟s weddingto take photos at Peter‟s wedding. Sorry Love Ruth D. lending her camera to AnnieTask 4. ReadingRead the text and choose the best answer to the questions belowPeople‟s sleeping habits have changed over the last 500 years. 1 Before electric lights wereinvented, most people went to bed soon after it got dark. 2 Most people choose to sleep betweensix and eight hours per night during the week and up to ten hours per night at weekends. Theproblem is that if we delay getting up at the weekend , then we don‟t want to get up on Mondaymorning either? 3 Many of us feel like sleeping after lunch and in some hot countries people dosleep in the afternoon. In other countries however, people have to keep working all day with onlya short break. 4 We all have dreams but most of us fail to remember them. 5 Some people find itdifficult to fall a sleep. The advice for them is to try taking more exercise and remember not todrink coffee in the evening33. It can be inferred from the passage thatA. Before electric lights were invented people used to light candles after it got dark.B. People tend to sleep more these days..C. People have altered their sleeping habits since 16 century .D. People got used to getting up early at weekends.E. People didn‟t use to sleep in the afternoon in some countries.34.Look at the five squares ….. that indicate where the following sentence can be added to thepassageand choose the correct answer.Today , we can sleep whenever we want to.A. 1 B.2 C.3 D.4 E.5d36.the word delay in line 4 is closest in meaning to:A. put in advance B.put away C. post aside D.denyE.postpone37. The word them in line 7 refers to …………………..A. exercise B. coffee C.dreams D. people E. evening38. What is started about dreams in the passage?A. Many of us dream during short naps after lunchB. Most of us fail to remember our dreamsC. Some people find it difficult to dreamD. In hot counties people do not have dreams
E. Dreams can be short and colorfulTask 5. Error recognitionIdentify and choose one underlined word or phrase that should be corrected.39. I deleted yourPart22.1 Match the sentences with the correct word forms.a. I‟m not a very ……….. person. 1.impatientb. We waited …………….. for a bus 2.patientc. I‟m losing my …………with her silly behavior. 3.patientlyd. Flights were delayed and passengers were becoming ……….. 4.patience2.2 Read the text and choose the correct word for each spaceA lot of fast food contains ingredients that …..(a)… genetically modified. The tomatoes in thetomato sauce , the flour. in bread maybe even the cow that the beef comes ….(b).. – all these canbe changed by scientists to be very different. How is it possible that you can buy a bright redtomato in London , that comes from Cyprus , that is ….(c)… fresh after four weeks ? Dutchscientists have grown blue roses. Scientists can also make blue potatoes. Some of the idies arestrange but the changes are not always ….(d)... Some plants can be ….(e)… to provide morevitamin C,for example. The question is : Do you want to eat …(f)….that been genetically modified?a. 1.have 2.have been 3.has 4.isb. 1.from 2.by 3.on 4.toc. 1.yet 2.already 3.still 4.justd. 1.badly 2.bad 3. Badder 4.worste. 1.is needed 2.sustained 3.provided 4.modifiedf. 1.some 2.none 3.something 4.whole2.3 Look at the chart below and choose the correct answer ?Percentage of population using English as a first or second languageE. What percentage of the population of South Africa uses English as a second language3. The lowest percentage 3. Just under a quarter4. Approximately two thirds 4. Almost halfF. The chart demonstrates that four countries in the chart have……who speak English as afirst language .0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%Australia Barbados Mayasia SounthAfricaUK USA85%100%3%9%95%85%14%0%30%22%3%15%English as a first language English as a second language
5. a majority of people 3. Approximate number6. a minority of people 4. Half of the peopleG. Only one country in the chart has a population that uses English entirely as a firstlanguage. Which one1. The UK 2. The USA 3. Australia 4. BarbadosH. Find the average percentage of speakers of English as a second language in one country?1. 14% 2. 21% 3. 28% 4. 17%