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I. Vocabulary :
A: Fill in the blanks with the words given. There is one extra word.
function – bend - concentrate - temperature - predict - mainly - emergencies
1. The doctor asked the patient not to.......... his waist because of his joint problem.
2. According to the instruction on the bottle, you should keep the medicine at room
3. All the student should ............ on the subject they are studying if they want to
understand the point.
4. Some people are not fast enough to take immediate actions during............
5. Regular exercise improves the .............. of the heart, blood, and muscles.
6. The people in the hotel were .............. foreign tourists.
B : Match the following definitions in column (A) with the words in column (B).
There is one extra item in column (B).
7. material burnt to produce energy a. embarrassment
8. a feeling of worry about something b. fuel
9. state of being ashamed of sth c. probable
10. likely to be or to happen d. procedure
C: Choose the correct answer.
11. He had serious .............. in the car accident, and died on the way to the hospital.
a. habits b. experiments c. injuries d. activities
12. I was so ................. about my exam that I couldn't sleep.
a. calm b. confident c. relaxed d. nervous
13. When you ........... glass, paper or metal, you save materials, energy and money.
a. recycle b. damage c. design d. destroy
14. "Where is the new hotel ................?"
"I don't know exactly."
a. compared b. produced c. located d. found
A: Choose the correct answer.
15. Our teacher made us .............. our writing activities in class.
a. finish b. to finish c. finished d. finishing
16. All the people were eating dinner.............. I arrived at the party.
a. when b. since c. whether d. for
17. People can make good speakers by ............ ..hard.
a. having practiced b. practicing c. practiced d. practice
18. The teacher did not let us ............... our dictionaries during the test.
a. to use b. used c. use d. using
B : Join the following sentences with the words in parentheses.
19. The weather was fine. We went out for a walk. (since)
20. I saw one of my old friends. I was walking along the street . (as)
C: Rewrite the following sentences using the reduced form of the underlined parts.
21. The book which is written about global warming became popular.
22. Students who study hard are more successful in their exams.
D :Fill in the blanks with so , such (a ,an), too and enough in the following sentences.
23. The food was ...... hot for me to eat .
24. It was .......interesting movie that we decided to watch it again.
25. We have ......time to get there on time. Don't worry.
26. The earthquake was ......... light that nobody felt any shaking.
III. Sentence Function:
Match the items in column (A) with the appropriate phrases in column (B) to make meaningful sentences. There is one extra item in
27. During an earthquake, if you are a. you had something important to say.
inside the building,....... b. the energy that comes from the sun.
28. To add fun to your speech,...... c. try to include personal stories.
29. You were asked to talk because... d. it is hard to think.
30. Solar energy is ..... e. stand in a doorway.
IV. Comprehension :
A: Sentence Comprehension: Read the following sentences and choose the correct
31. Just as the weather organizations now forecast floods and strong storms, the
national earthquake information centers may one day predict earthquakes. According
to the above sentence,...................... .
a. weather organizations can predict earthquakes
b. earthquake prediction is a future possibility
c. earthquakes are predicted nowadays by some organizations
d. national earthquake information centers can predict floods and stroms
32. If the body is not able to use all the calories that are coming from food, it stores
them as fat. It is understood from this sentence that..................
a. fat is the stored collection of calories
b. calories should not be burnt in our bodies
c. food with fat is more delicious
d. calories don't help us do our usual activities
33. Be aware of habits you might have like crossing your arms, leaning against a wall,
or tapping a pen. This might also be distracting to your audience or might tell them
that you are uninterested or unconfident.
According to the above sentences ..................... .
a. leaning against a wall is important whenever you make a speech
b. crossing your arms is a good habit to be used in front of the audience
c. your audience may be distracted by your bad habits
d. your audience listens more carefully when you tap a pen
B: Cloze Passage:
Fill in the blanks with the words from the list below. There is one extra word.
release - enjoys -- nutrients - breathing - active - group - bringing
Exercising is an excellent way to feel happy, whether you are exercising on
your own or with a ... 34..... That is because when you exercise, your body can
…35... endorphins, chemicals that create a happy feeling. In addition, when you are
...36… deeply during the exercise and ...37... more air into your lungs, your brain
...38... the extra oxygen. And when you are ...39... and running around, it is hard to
think about what was bothering you.
C : Reading Passage :
Read the following passage and match each paragraph with one of the headings .
Write the letters (A, B, C, D) in front of the numbers of the paragraphs.
There is one extra heading
(A) Use interesting and new words in your speech.
(B) Use an index card in your speech.
(C) The audience wants you to be successful.
(D) Use pictures to show specific points.
(E) The importance of pauses in speech
40. After you've written your speech, it can be helpful to put it on small index cards.
They are easier to carry around, and because you don't want to spend your entire
time on reading your notes, index cards will help you feel more willing to have a
quick look at the cards when you open them. But don't use index cards as a support
and try to pay attention to your audience as well.
41. An audience is made up of people who are not unlike you. They come to hear
you because you have something important to say. Also, because they do not want
their time to be wasted, it's in their best interest for you to succeed.
42. Pauses add variety to boring speeches. If you do not include pauses, you might as
well sing your audience a bedtime lullaby - the effect will be the same. While pauses
are always important, it is critical to have them in every occasion.
43. Your speech will get very boring if you repeatedly use the same words. So use
interesting and different words and phrases and keep things new, and avoid using
repetitive sentences very often in your speech.
D : Reading Comprehension :
Read the following passage and answer the questions as required.
Every body knows about earthquakes. Suppose you feel the ground or a building
shake. You might think, "earthquake" even if you don't live anywhere near an
earthquake zone. Or suppose you are watching a science fiction movie and a big
crack opens in the earth, and the tall building comes crashing down. "Earthquake!"
However, there is more to earthquake than this, and the more you know about the
science of earthquakes, the more interesting it gets! For one thing, earthquakes can
happen either on land or under the ocean. Earthquakes on land cause most of their
damage when they occur in heavily populated areas, especially when they start fires.
Earthquakes under the sea sometimes cause big waves that are extremely powerful
and dangerous when they hit land.
One famous earthquake was the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906. As the
earthquake hit San Francisco, it overturned stoves and gas lamps, which started fires
all over the city. To make the problem worse, the earthquake also broke the main
water line, making it difficult for firemen to put out the fires. For three days the fires
burned , damaging much of the city.
Another amazing, but dangerous, event caused by earthquakes is a tsunami. Tsunami
is a Japanese word meaning "harbor wave". These big ocean waves are often caused
by an earthquake under the ocean, and can travel at speed of 500 miles per hour or
more. In the past, tsunamis have destroyed whole villages and countries, and they
remain a threat to people who live on the seaside or on an island.
44. This passage is mainly about.......................... .
a. villages and islands b. earthquakes
c. San Francisco d. tsunamis
45. The San Francisco Earthquake caused a fire that lasted for ...........................
a. three days b. one day
c. three hours d. three weeks
46. The underlined word, "they" in the last paragraph refers to .................
a. villages b. countries c. people d. tsunamis
47. Earthquakes on land cause more damage when they occur in ...........................
a. populated areas b. dangerous places c. less populated areas d. villages
True or False
48. According to the passage, earthquakes happen only on land and cause fire.
a. True b. False
49. The text tells us that tsunami waves are caused by an earthquake under the ocean.
a. True b. False
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