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(Thigian:120pht) I.Filleachofthenumberedblanksinthefollowingpassagewithone suitableword. Sometimesyoujustknowthingaboutpeoplethefirsttimeyousee themforexamplethatyouwanttobefriendswiththemoryoudonttrust them.Butperhapsthiskindofintuitionisntashardtoexplain..1..it mayseem.Forinstance,everybodygivesoutbodylanguagesignals..2..the time.The..3..youholdyourbody,headandarmstellpeopleaboutyour mood. Ifyouholdyourarmstightlyatyoursides..4..foldthemacross your chest, people will generally feel that you ..5.. being defensive. Holding your head on one side shows interest in the..6.. person, while..7..relaxed,openpostureindicatesthatyouareselfconfident. Allthisaffects..8..wefeelaboutsomeone. Also,astrangermay..9..youofapreviousmeetingwithsomeone. This may be because of..10.. as example as the fact that he or she is physically similar..11..someone who treated you well or badly. But your reaction doesnt..12..to be the result of the memory of a person you previouslymetyourfeelingaboutthestrangercould..13..influencedbya smell in the air that brings to mind a place..14..you were happy as a child.Sinceevenasinglewordcanbringbackamemory..15..asthat,you mayneverrealizeitishappening. II.Choosethebestanswertocompletesentence. 1,Thereisonlyonestudentintheclassroomhislesson. A.prepares preparing B.toprepare C.waspreparing D.

2,Nowmybrother.acarofhisown. A.ishaving B.arehaving C.has

had 3,Afterhehadbrokenhisleg,Henrycouldonlygoupanddownstair A.hardly B.indifficulties C.withdifficulty D.hard 4,Themousefamilyavoided.bycomingoutonlywhenthehousewasempty andthetwocatswereoutside A.catching B.tobecaught C.beingcaught D.to

havebeencaught 5,I.cakesforthewholemorning.Wouldyouliketohaveapiece? A.havebeenbaking B.wasbaking D.willbebaking C.havebeenbaked

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9,Hehadsuchabadstomachachethathewas..withpain. A.bentdown B.foldedover C.doubledup

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III.Readeachofthesesentencesinsuchwaythatitmeansthesameasthe 1,Hewillmarryherandhedoesntcarehowsheis. / Nomatter. .. 2,Thepeoplewhoareingrouponewillhavetomovetoroom106onthe groundfloor./Those.. 3, I meet him for the first time in 1985.

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VI.Usethecorrectformofverbsinbrackets. 1,Itrained,whichspoiledourpicnic;butifit(notrain)it(be)a greatsuccess. 2,Iliveinapleasantroom(overlook)thegarden. 3,Ihopethey(repair)thisroadbythetimewecomebacknextsummer. 4,Thebookisdividedintofivepartsandeachofthese(have)three sections. 5,Canyoubeatthestationtomeetus?We(travel)onthe10a.mtrain, which(arrive)inEdinburghat15.30 6,Ihate(wait)forbuses.You(wait)foragesandthenthree(come)at thesametime. 7,Johnwasexhaustedbecausehe(work)inthegardenallday. 8,I(notbe)atworktomorrow.Imtakingthedayoff. 9,Didyouremember(send)yourauntMaryacardwhenyou(be)onholiday? 10,Sorry.Ididntmean(stand)onyourfoot. VII.Supplythecorrectformofthewordgiveninbrackets. 1,Peters.gotworseashereturnedtowearglasses.(eye) 2,Imnotusedtosmoking.Afewpuffsonacigarettemakemefeel quite(light) 3,Apparently,eatingfishandlotsofvegetablesgreatlyincreasesyour life(expect) 4,ThethingIhatemostabouthimishis.(selfish) 5,ThelocalTVcompanystoppedtoasktheiropinionsaboutthenew shoppingcentre.(pass) 6,AlotofpeoplekeepuptheirEnglishbylisteningtoradio(broad) 7,Youdbetterreadthegovernment..onsettingupabusinessabroad. (guide) pn (Thigian:120pht) I.Filleachofthenumberedblanksinthefollowingpassagewithone suitableword. 1as2all3way4or5are6other 7a8how/what9remind10something11to 12have/need13be14where15suchposturet th II.Choosethebestanswertocompletesentence.

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III.Readeachofthesesentencesinsuchwaythatitmeansthesameasthe sentenceprintedbeforeit. 1,Nomatterhowsheis,hewillmarryher

2,ThosewhoThosewhoareingrouponewillhavetomovetoroom106on thegroundfloor 3,Imeethimforthefirsttimein1985. / Ihadnt met him until1985. 4,RudyardKiplinghimselfwasthefirstEnglishwritertowhomtheNobel Prizewasawarded. ItisRudyardKiplingwhowasthefirstEnglishwritertowhomtheNobel Prizewasawarded. 5,WhatparticularlyimpressesmewasherexcellentcommandofEnglish. IwasparticularlyimpressedbyherexcellentcommandofEnglish 6,Beforethesenewmachineswereinventedpeoplehadtoqueue. 7,fIhadknownyouwerecoming,Iwouldhavewaitedforyou. 8,Onpickingupmypen,Ifoundthatthenibhadbroken. 9,Thenewsofhisgoingtouniversitypleasedhimverymuch. 10,Hefeltilltogetup.Hedidnotfeelwellenoughtogetup. IV.Completethefollowingsentenceswithacorrectpreposition. 1with2to3for4with5for6until 7in(inside)/outside8on9inR i x ngsn b schem e(n )khoch V.Findoutonemistakeineachsentenceandcorrectit. 1aretakingtaking2HavinglookingLooking3 tryandgettrytoget4forthethe5dirtyenough toodirty VI.Usethecorrectformofverbsinbrackets. 1hadntrained/wouldhavebeen2overlooking3willhave repaired4has5willbetravelling/arrives6 waiting/wait/come7hadbeenworking8wontbe 9tosend/were10tostand VII.Supplythecorrectformofthewordgiveninbrackets.

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10,The..oftwohousesprovedsuchafinancialburdenthattheywere forcedtosellone. A.upkeep B.upshot C.upsurge 11,Myhusbandscontinual.keepsmeawakeatnight. A.sneering snoring B.sniring D.uproar D.

12,Therewasaofbrakesasthecartookthecornertooquickly. A.squawk B.squelch C.screech D.scream 13,ImafraidIdratherabouttheexistenceofghosts. A.sceptical B.partial C.adaptable

14,Hewasatthe..ofhiscareerwhenhewasassassinated. A.pride B.height C.glamour D.power 15,MybrotherIreallytookind;everybodytakesofhim. A.profit B.advantageC.cost D.example 16,Oneperson.sevenintheworldspeaksperfectEnglish. A.from B.within C.foramong D.outof 17,ItwasatBadinhSquare.PresidentHoreadtheDeclarationof Independence. A.where B.which C.when 18,IsitnecessarythatIheretomorrow? D.that

A.were B.ambeing C.be D.wouldbe 19,Hewasluckywhenhefellofftheladder.He..himself. A.hadhurt B.shouldhavehurtC.musthavehurt D.couldhavehurt 20,Inmyviewthechangetotheeducationsystemhavebeentogood. A.influence B.outcome C.upshot D.effect 21,Healwaysfeltthathewaslivinginthe..ofhisfamousfather. A.dusk B.gloom C.shadow D.mist 22,Thissongisnot.asoriginalastheirpreviousones. A.almost B.virtually C.nearly D.practically

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