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- According to the article, all of the following can be described a villain EXCEPT ______.
- vain 2. warm-heated 3. naughty 4. sincere
- Choose the number that indicates the mistake in each item. Helen bought (1) herself
the (2) lightest, the (3) thinnest, and the (4) less expensive mobile phone in Hong Kong.
- You want to know what your English friend who is here visiting you thinks of Bangkok.
You say: ______
- How do you find Bangkok?
- What does Bangkok look like?
- Have you ever been to Bangkok?
- Did you visit all place in Bangkok?
- Consider the case of Clayton, a teenager who failed math and science. Clayton’s first
reaction to his poor grades might be anger toward his teachers. After thinking about his
situation, _____, Clayton may realise that he has to change his own behavior.
- however 2. in addition
- what is more 4. as a result
- You have heard that your friend had a serious accident. You visited her at the hospital.
What do you say to her?
- I’m so excited for you. 2. Hope you recover soon.
- Have an awful time here 4. Happy silver anniversary.
- After years of working for a shoddy employer, I was finally able to _____ from that
company and set up my own business.
- break off 2. break away
- break out 4. break up
- Your classmate invites you to his birthday party but you have another appointment.
How would you refuse him?
- Sorry, but I will go along.
- Excuse me, I may be an exception.
- I’d love to, but I have to see the dentist.
- Thank you. It would be a great opportunity.
- For the next hour it will be possible to buy just one _____ of bananas and get one
- pinch 2. bunch 3. clove 4. tin
- Identify the underlined part that makes sentence incorrect. No one (1) has said
(2) nothing so far, however, I believe that the truth (3) will soon reveal (4) itself.
- I know you’ve already read the book, so don’t _____ the ending.
- give away 2. give off 3. give out 4. give up
- Choose the best answer.
A: I’ll have some salad, roast beef, and mashed potatoes.
B: _____? Rare, medium, or well-done?
A: Well-done. And easy on the salt, please.
- How much do you like
- How would you like your steak
- How much you like to order
- How do you cook the beef
- Kate: I’m too tired to cook. _____?
Maria: That would be great. Where would you like to go?
- Shall we have a rest
- Let’s eat out tonight, okay
- How about you
- Whose turn is it tonight
- A (1) healthy person is (2) more able (3) to fight off disease germs than (4) who is
weak and run-down.
- Kate: Let’s go to the Chinese restaurant again. I like the food there.
Maria: But we just went there last week. _____
Kate: The Thai restaurant?
- You may like to have Thai food, then.
- You can choose where you like to go.
- I’d rather go to the Thai restaurant instead.
- I’ve heard about a good Thai restaurant.
- Identify the underlined part that makes sentence incorrect. The secretary (1) asked the (2) twelve-years-old child (3) to wait for her mother in (4) the lobby.
- Jean: I’d like to get a refund for this shirt?
Salesperson: I’m afraid you can’t, sir, because it was on sale.
Jean: Then can I talk to the manager?
Salesperson: I’m sorry he’s not in right now. Er…_____, sir?
Jean: There’s an ink spot on the collar.
- What’s the problem 2. What’s wrong with you
- Do you have any reason 4. May I return your shirt
- I just bought a new CD player the other day but it’s _____ so I’m going to take it back
- lawless 2. defective
- ldeal 4. impeccable
- The workers do not like their supervisor’s _____. He is bossy and nosey.
- gestures 2. features 3. characteristics 4. charisma
- “DOGS IN PARK”
DOGS MUST BE LEASHED
OWNERS MUST CLEAN UP AFTER DOGS
VIOLATORS SUBJECT TO
$ 1000 FIND AND 6 MONTHS IN JAIL
SL COUNTY ORDINANCE – TITLE 13
SECTION 13.04 100 & 300
What is TRUE according to this sign?
- Dogs are not allowed to enter the park.
- Dog owners must clean the park to take their dogs inside.
- Dog owners must pay $ 1,000 to take their dogs inside.
- Dog owners may not let their dogs run freely in the park.
- Situation: Sandy wants to open the window, but Peter is sitting in her way.
Sandy: Peter, ___A___ I want to open it.
Peter: ___B___ but let me do that for you.
- 1. can I open the window?
- you haven’t opened the window.
- you should not sit near the window like that.
- would you mind moving away from the window.
- 1. Yes, I know, 2. Never mind,
- No, not at all, 4. Of course, I’d love to,
- The 1) more hardly his father tried 2) to force him 3) to study, 4) the lazier Jimmy
- John: I am awful hungry.
Bob: Should we stop working now?
Mark: Definitely. I could eat a horse!
Bob: Where should we have lunch?
John: You have any ideas, Mark?
John: No, the prices are outrageous there.
- Yes, I do. Do you
- Is the food there all right
- I have no ideas, sorry! Do you
- What about the French restaurant at the corner
- The incident happened _____. Nobody was prepared for it.
- carelessly 2. substantially
- sparingly 4. unexpectedly
- Identify the underlined part that makes the sentence incorrect.
The secretary (1) asked the (2) twelve-years-old child (3) to wait for her mother in
(4) the lobby.
- You and your friend have been waiting half an hour for another friend who has not
yet shown up at the cinema. The movie has already started. You say: _____
- He can’t forget us.
- He will never forget the date.
- He should not forget he time.
- He must have forgotten our appointment.
- The line is busy; _____.
- There must be a lot of people around
- Passengers have to postpone their trip
- A lot of cars must be stuck in the traffic
- Someone must be using the telephone now
- Although levels of DDT contamination are gradually falling in countries where the
pesticide has been banned, new scientific research suggests that the chemicals are still
a serious threat everywhere. Studies show that even small amounts of pesticides can
disrupt the working of human hormones, interfering with reproduction and the
functioning of the immune system. That’s why representatives of more than 100 nations
gathered at a U.N. meeting in Nairobi to work toward a global treaty that would phase
out DDT and 11 other pesticides, known as the “dirty dozen.”
Why does the writer refer to the new scientific research?
- To state the impact linked to DDT and other pesticides
- To illustrate the serious threats caused by DDT and other pesticides
- To show the amounts of DDT and other pesticides involved with human hormones
- To explain the effectiveness of DDT and other pesticides in controlling mosquitoes