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EnglishPart oneTask1. Grammar           (20 points)Read the sentences below and choose the best answer to complete each se...
Choose the most appropriate word or phrase. (13 points)19. Client: Hello. Can I speak to Baatar, please? Receptionist: ………...
the region and gave the land between the Hudson and Delaware River (New Jersey) to two of hisfriends, Sir George Carteret ...
33. What was a quitrent?       A. a tax       B. a parcel of land       C. a weapon       D. a fine       E. a contract34....
c.                                                   1. This shop sells milk drinks.          MILK NO LONGER SOLD         ...
2.3. Read the text and choose the best word, A, B, C, D, or E for each space. (4 points)        After the War, the men cam...
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  1. 1. EnglishPart oneTask1. Grammar (20 points)Read the sentences below and choose the best answer to complete each sentence1. ‘Why didn’t you send me a letter?’ ‘If I …………. your address, I’d have sent you a postcard.’ A. would have B. had C. had had D. will have E. Have2. I ………….. like onion, but I like it now. A. didn’t used to B. used to C. did used to D. didn’t use to E. not used to3. A: The room …………….right now. Just a moment! B: OK. A. is cleaned B. are cleaned C. cleans D. cleaning E. is being cleaned4. A: I can’t let you use ………….. of this perfume. B: Yes, there is only ………. in the bottle. A. more/a few B. any/a few C. more/much D. much/a little E. much/few5. I tried my best. ……………., I failed the exam. A. Although B. However C. Whereas D. Despite E. Besides6. Saruul …………….. wear a costume to work but she usually does. A. doesn’t have to B. couldn’t C. must not D. may not E. wouldn’t7. The man ………….you were talking is the manager of the company. A. whom B. that C. whose D. which E. with whom8. They want to come, ………………? A. are they B. do they C. have they D. don’t they E. aren’t they9. You’d feel healthier if you …………… more exercise. A. have done B. will do C. would do D. did E. do10. ‘Susan looked really sun burnt.’ ‘She ………in the sun for too long.’ A. had been lying B. is lying C. had lie D. has lied E. lainTask 2. VocabularyChoose one word or phrase that best completes the sentence. (16 points)11. The professor looked ………………. his notes before starting his lecture. A. after B. down on C. forward to D. for E. through12.If your baby shows any sign of …………..….., you should call the doctor immediately. A. disease B. sickness C. complaint D. ailment E. remedy13.On such a happy………………as a wedding, people tend to drink champagne. A. circumstance B. occasion C. situation D. party E. performance14. Tuul sometimes has difficulty ………..…….her Chemistry homework. A. with B. on C. for D. out E. into15. Bold and Suren reached their hotel ……………after landing at the airport. A. hardly B. already C. recently D. shortly E. barely16. I hope none of my students ………………school this semester. A. drop on for B. drop in for C. drop of out D. drop out of E. drop upon17. I see my uncle in the countryside ……………., but not very often. A. scarcely B. occasionally C. seldom D. rarely E. usually18. First-graders really…………………… their teachers. A. look in to B. look on to C. look over to D. look up to E look out toTask 3. Social expressions
  2. 2. Choose the most appropriate word or phrase. (13 points)19. Client: Hello. Can I speak to Baatar, please? Receptionist: …………………………………. A. Sorry, I can’t. B. OK. I’ll send him through. C. Hold on, I’m putting you through. D. OK. Give me. E. I’ll decide it.20. Reporter: How are you finding living in London? Mr. White: …………………………………….. A. Oh dear, what’s up? B. Come on, it’s time to go. C. I’m always right. D. I’m enjoying it. E. Bless you, thanks.21. A: Sorry, I can’t help you this time. B: …………………………… A. Cheers B. Thanks C. Indeed D. Ok E. Thanks, anyway22. Suvd: I’ve just bought a new car. Bold: ……………………………….. A. I don’t believe it! I thought you were broke. B. That is complete waste of time. C. Really? Would you like that? D. I can drive. E. Driving is difficult.23. Secretary: The boss wants to see you in his office. Clerk: ……………………………………………………… A. That sounds interesting. B. It’s a complete waste of time. C. I don’t like my boss. D. I think he is a good man. E. Oh no! What did I do?24. Receptionist: Hello, the Grand Hotel. Mary speaking. How can I help you? Client: …………………………………… A. Hi. Is there a post office near here? B. Hello. Give me a ring as soon as possible. C. I’d like to make a reservation, please. D. Well, what’s your name please? E. Hello. What can I do for you?25. Student A: I feel nervous. I’ve got an exam today. Student B: ……………………………………….. A. Do your best. B. I wonder if you could help me. C. Not at all. D. Oh dear! What wrong have you done? E. Don’t mention it.Task 4. ReadingRead the text and choose one best answer. (20 points) New Jersey Colony New Jerseys early colonial history is similar to New Yorks. Like New York, the area was firstcolonized by Dutch settlers around 1613. The colony was called New Netherland, and included partsof modern-day New York and New Jersey. In 1660, the town of Bergen became the first establishedtown in the New Jersey portion of New Netherland. Today, it is a large city named Jersey City. By 1664, the British had claimed the entire region and had driven the Dutch out. NewNetherland was renamed New Jersey and New Amsterdam was renamed New York. Although KingCharles originally gave the region to his brother, the Duke of York, eventually, he decided to divide
  3. 3. the region and gave the land between the Hudson and Delaware River (New Jersey) to two of hisfriends, Sir George Carteret and Lord Berkeley of Stratton. Carteret and Berkeley began attracting people to the area by offering land and guaranteeingreligious freedom. In return for the land, the settlers were supposed to pay a yearly tax called aquitrent. The quitrents proved hard to collect, which prompted the sale of the land to the Quakers in1673. Upon the sale, New Jersey was divided in West Jersey and East Jersey. However, by 1702,the two divisions were united as the royal colony of New Jersey.26. How was the founding of the colony of New Jersey similar to the founding of New York? A. They were both founded within five years of each other B. They were both founded by the Puritans C. They were both originally English D. They were both founded by the England E. They were both originally Dutch27. …………… is the modern name of the first established town in New Jersey. A. Bergen B. Jersey City C. New Netherland D. New York E. Netherland28. After the British took over the region… A. Both New Netherland and New Amsterdam were renamed New York B. New Netherland wasn’t named New Jersey. C. New Netherland was renamed New Jersey and New Amsterdam was renamed New York D. The Dutch remained in control of New Netherland E. New Netherland was renamed New York and New Amsterdam was renamed New Jersey29. New Jersey was considered the land in between A. The Hudson River and the Jersey River B. The Delaware River and the Hudson River C. New Amsterdam and New York D. New Amsterdam and New Netherland E. The Delaware River and the Atlantic Ocean30. Who did the king give TEMPORARY possession of the land that would become New York andNew Jersey? A. King Charles B. Lord Berkeley C. George Cateret D. The Duke of York E. Stratton31. What question is answered in the second paragraph? A. Why did King Charles decide to divide the region? B. How did the Duke of York feel about King Charles’ decision? C. How much profit did Lord Stratton make? D. Why did the Duke of York chase away the Dutch? E. What country eliminated the Dutch from New Netherland and New Amsterdam?32. Which of the following WAS NOT true of the New Jersey Colony? A. New Jersey was eventually sold to the Quakers B. It offered religious freedom C. Settlers were not required to pay taxes D. New Jersey was divided into two parts. E. New Jersey eventually became a Royal Colony
  4. 4. 33. What was a quitrent? A. a tax B. a parcel of land C. a weapon D. a fine E. a contract34. Why was New Jersey sold to the Quakers? A. New Jersey had become unmanageable B. Taxes were hard to collect C. The Quakers were interested in New Jersey. D. England was waging a war E. The Quakers offered a high price35. East and West New Jersey… A. would become different states B. would be dissolved C. would never be united D. would never be divided. E. would eventually be unitedTask 5. Word formationFill in the sentence with the correct word form. (9 points)36. It’s totally ………... rational, but I frightened of mice. A. un B. ir C. in D. im E. il37. After three days of talks, they were able to…….……. the situation. A. manage B. management C. manager D. managed E. manageable38. There are many …………….answers to this question. A. possibility B. possible C. possibilis D. impossibility E. unpossibleTask 6. Identify and circle the one underlined word or phrase that should be corrected.(8 points)39. So far all of them I have dated are boring, because they all talk about nothing but sports. A B C D E40. I speak English, and my husband speaks English also. A B C D E41. Angela is not polite girl at all, but I helped her anyway. A B C D E42. I had great difficulty to get the information I needed. A B C D EPart two.2.1. Match the following signs with the sentences. (5 points)a. 1. You are not allowed to feed the animals. FEEDING THE ANIMALS 2. Don’t bring the animals. STRICTLY PROHIBITED 3. Bringing food is prohibited. 4. Strictly protected area. 5. Feeding the animals is permitted.b. DRINKS TO TAKE AWAY 1. Don’t leave drinks here. 2. Drinks are free here. 3. You can buy drinks here. 4. There are no drinks left. 5. We only take drinks here.
  5. 5. c. 1. This shop sells milk drinks. MILK NO LONGER SOLD 2. You can order milk from here. 3. We have no milk left today. HERE 4. Milk is not on sale here anymore. 5. Milk is delicious.d. 1. All children welcome. UNDER 18s WILL NOT BE 2. This is a children’s centre. SERVED 3. Children under 18 are admitted. 4. We are looking for extra worker under 18. 5. We do not serve children.e. 1. Don’t get off the bus while it is at the station. DO NOT ALIGHT FROM 2. Don’t get off the bus while it’s moving. THE BUS WHILST IT IS IN 3. You mustn’t stop the bus. MOTION 4. This is a public transportation. 5. The bus is in motion.2.2. Analyze the graph and choose the appropriate answer. (5 points)The percentage of the selling of Dell and Acer computers 2005 and 2009 (figures shown inpercents) 80 69 65 57 57 61 60 55 53 51 45 33 36 33 40 20 0 MCS 2005 BSB 2005 Next MCS 2009 BSB 2009 Next Electronics Electronics 2005 2009 dell acera. The percentage of the selling of Dell in MCS has …………since 2005. 1.increased by 69% 2.increased by 14% 3. dropped by 14% 4.fallen by 55% 5.fluctuated between 69%-55%b. The percentage of the selling of Acer in BSB ……………from 2005 to 2009. 1.dropped by 33% 2.rose to 33% 3.fell by 66% 4.remained stable at 33% 5.fluctuated between 33%-33%c. The percentage difference between the selling of Dell in MCS and Next Electronics in 2009 was………. 1. 8% 2. 69% 3. 61% 4. 0.8% 5.80%d. The percentage of the selling of Acer in Next Electronics…………from 2005 to 2009. 1.declined 2.reached 3. fluctuated between 65%-36% 4.upped by 101% 5.increased by 29%e. The difference between the selling of Dell and Acer in MCS in 2009 was …….. 1. 1.2% 2.126% 3. 12% 4. 57% 5. 69%
  6. 6. 2.3. Read the text and choose the best word, A, B, C, D, or E for each space. (4 points) After the War, the men came home, and many women left their jobs and returnedhomemaking. Young couples……………………… (a) to the suburb, where there were newer houses,open spaces, and better schools. Because of their numbers, baby boomers…………………….. (b)American society at every stage of their lives. The postwar period was a time of prosperity for manywhite Americans. People were……………………(c) to buy products that they couldn’t afford duringthe depression and the War. New labor-saving appliances such as washing machines anddishwashers were in high demand. Popular culture changed dramatically during the 1950s. Watchingtelevision became the most popular at-home entertainment. Teenagers turned to new type of music,rock and roll, that……………………… (d) the youth culture.a. 1. moving 2. has moved 3. moved 4. being movedb. 1. have been affected 2. have affected 3. has affected 4. had been affectedc. 1. eager 2. eagerness 3. eagerly 4. an eagerd. 1. symbolize 2. was symbolized 3. symbolized 4. symbol

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