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1 USE OF ENGLISH PART A - Choose the best alternative to complete each blank: First Passage Evidence is accumulating that the brain works ( 1 ) like a muscle - the harder you use it, the more it grows. ( 2 ) scientists had long believed the brain's circuitry was hard-wired by adolescence and inflexible in adulthood, ( 3 ) newly ( 4 ) ability to change and adapt is ( 5 ) with us well into old age. Best of all, this research has opened up an exciting world of possibilities for treating strokes and head ( 6 ) and warding off Alzheimer's disease. ( 7 ) Harvard's David Hubel, who shared a Nobel Prize just 13 ( 8 ) for vision experiments ( 9 ) parts of the brain become fixed in infancy, is surprised that new research shows the brain "is much more ( 10 ) than we ever suspected." 1) a. very b. a lot c. hard d. not at all 2) a. But b. On the other hand c. In spite of d. Although 3) a. your b. its c. his d. those 4) a. discovered b. accepted c. adopted d. received 5) a. logically b. badly c. apparently d. recently 6) a. hurts b. brains c. neurons d. injuries 7) a. Except b. Even c. Not only d. Again 8) a. years b. long years c. years old d. years ago

2 9) a. showing that b. showed that c. showing off d. are showing 10) a. comfortable b. modifiable c. believable d. affordable Second Passage India has 950 million people ( 11 ) only 12 million phone lines - one of ( 12 ) phone-density ratios in the world. "Getting a phone is like ( 13 ) a jackpot," says Samir Singh, a telecom ( 14 ) in New Delhi. More than 2 million people are waiting for the Department of Telecommunications to give them a connection. It's often easier to place a call to New York ( 15 ) to reach someone in a ( 16 ) neighborhood. Customer service is appalling; subscribers must sometimes pay bribes to get ( 17 ) phone fixed. ( 18 ) the horror stories, the situation has started to improve. Private investors, ( 19 ), are now building local networks. Satellite uplink facilities will ( 20 ) to private firms, and there is a rush to place communications satellites over the vast country. 11) a. while b. among c. per d. but 12) a. those b. the lowest c. which d. a low 13) a. hitting b. to hit c. being hit d. hit 14) a. consultant b. consultative c. consul d. consult 15) a. as b. in order c. than d. whether 16) a. friendly b. distant c. nearby d. flat 17) a. his

3 b. him a c. its d. their 18) a. However b. Despite c. On the other hand d. Although 19) a. include foreigners b. including foreigners c. inclusive d. included 20) a. soon offer b. be soon offered c. be offering soon d. soon be offered PART B - Compare the underlined sections in the passage with the alternatives and choose the best one: First Passage Robots ( 21 ) have been long stuck on the factory floor, welding car bodies and lifting heavy steel bars. Now they are ( 22 ) liberating. Service robots, already at work in nuclear plants and under the sea, are embarking on myriad new activities: ( 23 ) looking at the handicapped and elderly, cleaning offices and hotel rooms, guarding commercial buildings. In laboratories ( 24 ) worldwide, hundreds of robots perform ( 25 ) much intricate tasks as ( 26 ) buying and mixing minute quantities of chemicals, medications and even DNA. The Navy is starting to deploy tethered ( 27 ) undersea robotic devices with cutter-arms that snip mines' mooring cables. Other ( 28 ) parts wide open for service robots include ( 29 ) support in building and maintaining offshore oil platforms, assembling space stations, preparing fast foods, sorting ( 30 ) especially for the U.S. Postal Service and inspecting high-tension electric wire. 21) a. NO CHANGE b. long to c. have long been d. could be 22) a. NO CHANGE b. breaking loose c. lost d. fine 23) a. NO CHANGE b. going through c. using d. taking care of 24) a. NO CHANGE b. wide open c. somewhere d. of the world 25) a. NO CHANGE b. an c. such

4 d. relative 26) a. NO CHANGE b. measuring c. shaking d. tasting 27) a. NO CHANGE b. under the sea c. below the sea d. sea's depth 28) a. NO CHANGE b. lands c. fields d. places 29) a. NO CHANGE b. helping the c. a complete d. putting down the 30) a. NO CHANGE b. it c. out d. packages Second Passage When the first ( 31 ) native Americans arrived, the bald eagle soared over ( 32 ) all North America. Tens of thousands thrived in the United States through the ( 33 ) middle 1800th. For generations the American eagle was a familiar and ( 34 ) thriller view. The great bird can weigh 15 pounds, have a wingspan of seven feet and ( 35 ) live more thirty years in the wild and fifty years in ( 36 ) captivity. The eagle can see in two different ways: scanning from ( 37 ) the part of the head or, as we do, straight ahead to get a single picture. Its vision is ( 38 ) very bad - at least four times more acute than a human's - that by one estimate, it ( 39 ) clearly spot another bird ( 40 ) there are 40 miles. 31) a. NO CHANGE b. men c. population d. European settlers 32) a. NO CHANGE b. out of South America c. the American cities d. in the sky 33) a. NO CHANGE b c. mid-1800s d years 34) a. NO CHANGE b. thrilling sight c. common view

5 d. disturbing noise 35) a. NO CHANGE b. within c. live up to d. must live 36) a. NO CHANGE b. capture c. capital d. captive 37) a. NO CHANGE b. a section c. the surface d. either side 38) a. NO CHANGE b. so keen c. partly good d. so strange 39) a. NO CHANGE b. can't c. may be able to d. should 40) a. NO CHANGE b. until c. far d. at PART C - Choose the correct alternative to complete each sentence: 41) Had Edgar been kidnapped by those criminals, killed. a. he ought to be c. he would've been b. he would be d. he shouldn't be 42) Sarah suggested downtown the good quality of the products. a. to go shopping ; since c. to go to shop ; as b. going shopping ; due to d. going to shop for ; by 43) The talk will be called off the lecturer has difficulties arriving time. a. unless ; at c. although ; in b. in case; over d. if; on 44) Opposite my sister, I've never been good arts. a. to ; at c. to ; in b. of ; in d. of ; on 45) Everybody to know last night. a. needs ; where did you drive c. wants ; where you drove b. want ; where had you driven d. need ; where you went 46) The police the burglar last night and, consequently, he. a. caught ; had been arrested c. had caught ; was arrested b. caught ; was arrested d. had caught ; had been arrested

6 47) Margareth Brian are enrolled the American Literature class. a. Neither ; nor ; at c. Not only ; but also ; to b. Both ; and ; in d. Either ; or ; for 48) Whites will spend their summer vacation in Caribean. a. --- ; the c. The ; the b. --- ; --- d. The ; ) You may give me a call you feel like to someone. a. when ; to talk c. when ; talk b. whenever ; to talk d. whenever ; talking 50) John said that he well the night before. a. hadn't slept c. wouldn't sleep b. used to sleep d. hasn't slept 51) Michael isn't here. He home. a. any more ; could go c. any longer ; goes b. any longer ; might have gone d. any time ; may go 52) Dad advised us home very late at night because law breakers around. a. to get ; there are c. not get ; there were b. don't get ; there will be d. not to get ; there might be 53) Sandy is using car because has broken down. a. her ; she c. my ; hers b. my ; her's d. mine ; she 54) It was tragic story I couldn't help. a. such ; that ; to cry c. so ; that ; cry b. such a ; that ; crying d. so ; that ; crying 55) He walk out on his wife. a. will never c. sometimes will b. never will d. will never to 56) The children are excited the new video game. a. in playing c. of playing b. to playing d. about playing 57) Lisa's parents traveled last week. She wishes she with them. a. went c. would go b. had gone d. has gone 58) The Mexican food is the Italian. a. as spicy c. spicier than b. spiciest d. spice 59) She her Spanish course next month. a. will have finished ; by c. is going to end ; nice b. will get ; in the end d. is supposed to have ; well

7 60) A: homework have you done? B:. a. How much ; Only two c. How much ; Just a little b. How many ; Not many d. How many ; Just a few 61) I'm not going to eat because I dinner. a. anything ; had been eating c. something ; had already had b. anything ; have just had d. nothing ; have already had 62) She will send the goods. a. immediately ; to the store c. back ; right after receiving them b. upstairs; unwillingly d. now ; to the customers 63) We to him before he. a. should have spoken ; had left c. must speak ; had left b. should speak ; left d. had spoken ; leaves 64) around the living room gets on my nerves. a. The children are running c. The children ran b. The children being run d. The children's running 65) Everybody wanted to know he stayed in New York or Washington, D.C. a. if c. or b. whether d. either 66) We're looking forward in winter. a. to ski c. to skiing b. skiing d. going to ski 67) I don't remember my appointment book along last night. a. carrying c. if it was carried b. to carry d. that I carried 68) Each person in this room fill in this application form. a. is supposed to c. are supposed to b. are willing to d. is expected that 69) Daniel caught a cold., he's going swimming this afternoon. a. Otherwise c. Even so b. Therefore d. As it is 70) The you talk the it is; so why don't you keep quiet? a. less ; worst c. most ; worst b. least ; bet d. more ; worse PART D - Choose the most appropriate word to match the definition: 71) Soup with meat, rice or vegetables in it is called. a. juice b. broth c. gravy d. stew 72) A of flowers is a group of flowers tied together.

8 a. pack b. bush c. lace d. bunch 73) The verbs, collapse and desintegrate are closest in meaning. a. fall apart b. build c. move apart d. knock down 74) To press something firmly inwards is to. a. take b. squeeze c. hold d. catch 75) Striped, checked, solid and polka dot are different types of. a. patterns b. sizes c. brands d. cloth 76) To complain a lot, especially about something unimportant is to. a. heartache b. shout c. bellyache d. mumble 77) The public celebration when musical bands, brightly decorated vehicles, etc. move down the street is called. a. commemoration b. parade c. promenade d. commencement 78) A bar fixed on the front and back of a car to protect it if it hits anything is a. a. bumper b. blinker c. trunk d. hood 79) The activity of buying, selling or exchanging goods within a country or between countries is called. a. buzz b. busy c. staff d. trade 80) A is an area of low flat land that is always wet and soft. a. desert b. marsh c. forest d. lake PART E - Choose the best alternative to complete the sentences: 81) As it was outside when I was about to leave, she invited me to spend the night there. a. shivering b. pouring c. lighting d. storm 82) The hole in the ozone has brought about bad consequences to our lives. a. atmosphere b. place c. part d. layer 83) This article people who have been suffering from AIDS. a. concerns b. regards c. tells d. regrets 84) Nowadays, people don't have time to meet their old friends because of their lives. a. inherited b. religious c. fast d. hectic 85) Their wedding will be next spring. They've been for six months. a. up to date b. engaged c. married d. fiancée

9 86) In the past, it was necessary to use to light up dark rooms. a. a lit b. a beacon c. a torch d. a head light 87) He's going to buy for the barbecue meeting. a. gas b. charcoal c. varnish d. lacquer 88) More than one thousand copies will be. a. run off b. run out c. run away d. run in 89) That agent showed me some interesting dwellings in Miami. a. travel b. car c. model d. real state 90) One should often use a good in order to avoid having dry skin. a. perfume b. cleaner c. moisturizer d. moisture 91) Her children are so disobedient and they behave so badly! They're too. a. lenient b. naughty c. gentle d. fickle 92) She was from the tragic car accident in which two people died. a. rescued b. safe c. helped d. caught 93) He invited her to go to the movies but she turned him twice. a. off b. out c. in d. down 94) A lot of will be set off at night for the celebration of the city's anniversary. a. planes b. fireworks c. flying saucers d. kites 95) We had already that the results would be good. a. planned b. faked c. predicted d. foreclosed 96) You'd better keep the crystal vases out of children s. a. look b. reach c. foot d. arms 97) Although Mrs. Adams cleaned the living room, we can see on the coffee table. a. grain b. powder c. dust d. lust 98) I try to be nice to salesmen when they on my house, but some of them are too insistent. a. call b. get c. try d. make 99) Many children get sick and die because of poor. a. arrangement b. implement c. nourishment d. resentment

10 100) Steve and I were talking about his next project when James broke the conversation. a. onto b. into c. off d. out PART F - Read the passages and choose the correct answers: Although it had its roots in German Expressionism and the private-eye novel, film noir fully emerged like a walking hangover after World War II, a haunted shadow rising from Europe's bombed-out rubble and Japan's radioactive ash - a slice of death drawn from a larger annihilation. Unlike the lusher Hollywood productions of the period, where the light was evenly dispensed and the actors perfectly placed, noir had a morbid bent, emphasizing deep focus, skewed camera angles, rain-slick streets, clouded obscurity (smoke, steam, fog), Kafkaesque compositions and high-contrast black and white. An urban art, like jazz, graffiti, and pulp fiction, noir had a neurotic propulsion perfect for the pulse of New York. After all, New York City is the world capital of neurosis - it's almost a matter of civic pride. Freud's late-19th-century Vienna was a mere farm system for the major-league jitters Manhattan came to symbolize in the 20th century. The city itself stretches across its island slab like a patient on a psychiatrist's couch. The hectic pace, the struggle for success and the fear of failure, the daily collision of so many smart mouths and hyperactive, hyperanalytical brains - all contribute to the average turnstiler's restless unease. As the first port of call for millions of immigrants, New York had a more pronounced sense of uprootedness than Los Angeles, the West Coast capital of noir. L.A. noirs are set in deceptively peaceful groves and quiet bungalows where the corruption and violence snake like evil into paradise. 101) What are the origins of film noir? a. A walking hangover. b. Haunted shadows of World War II. c. German Expressionism and the private-eye novel. d. The annihilation of Europe and Japan. 102) Which of these characteristics do not belong to a film noir? a. A neurotic propulsion. b. A morbid bent. c. Smoke, steam, fog. d. Perfect placement of actors. 103) Which of these terms was NOT used to refer to New York? a. An urban art. b. The world capital of neurosis. c. A patient on a psychiatrist's couch. d. The first port of call for immigrants. 104) According to the author: a. The late-19th-century Vienna symbolized a farm. b. Jazz, graffiti, pulp fiction and noir had something in common. c. New Yorkers are all neurotic and hyperactive. d. Los Angeles is a paradise if compared to New York. 105) What is the main focus of the passage? a. Film noir and New York. b. The influence of World War II in the movies. c. The hectic pace of life in New York. d. Urban arts. Kathryn Rambo got a taste of the future recently, and she didn't like it one bit. Sure, she had a new $22,000 Jeep, five credit cards, an apartment and a $3,000 loan listed in her name. Problem was, she hadn't asked for any of it. A woman impersonating her had, with the help of information lifted from Rambo's employee-benefits form. Straightening out the mess took months of angry phone calls, court appearances and legal expenses. Rambo was a victim of "identity theft," an increasingly common crime committed by increasingly sophisticated swindlers. All they need is your full name or Social Security number, which they drop into Internet databases that serve up info like

11 your address, phone number, employer or driver's license number. Then they're on their way - applying for credit using your good name. Security experts say identity theft's high profitability and low penalties could make it as common as auto theft in the coming century. And identity theft is only one new form of millennial malfeasance. While new technology and widening global trade have made enterprise more efficient, both have also opened new cracks in society's defenses. Take commerce. As much as $117 billion in financial transactions will occur on-line by the year 2000, according to market researchers IDC. As banks go digital - in operations like trading stocks, paying bills, making loans - the robbers will, too." The sheer size and speed of information networks will make them impossible to monitor closely. 106) What was Kathryn Rambo's problem? a. She had five credit cards and a $3,000 loan. b. She didn't like the taste of the future. c. Somebody used her identity to acquire things she did not ask for. d. Her employee-benefits form provided too much information. 107) What does a thief need in order to "steal someone's identity?" a. The person's full name and address. b. The person's driver's license and phone number. c. The person's credit card. d. The person's Social Security number. 108) "It" in line 11 refers to: a. security expert b. identity theft c. profitability d. low penalty 109) Which of these sentences is NOT true according to the text? a. Identity theft is not likely to become a common crime. b. Widening global trend has opened new cracks in society's defenses. c. It will be difficult to closely monitor financial transactions. d. Robbers will go digital as banks do. 110) "Malfeasance" in line 12 can be best replaced by: a. custom b. illegal activity c. disease d. complaint By the year 2000, an estimated one-and-a-half billion people - a quarter of the world's population - will speak English. For some 400 million people, the majority of whom will be living in the United States and the United Kingdom, English will be their first language. But for another 1.1 billion, English will be a second or third language essential to both their professional and their personal lives. English is increasingly becoming entrenched as the language of choice for business, science and popular culture. Three-quarters of the world's mail, for example, is currently written in English, as is up to 80% of the electronic mail on the Internet. Soon, more people will speak English as a foreign language than speak it as their mother tongue. But why is English rising so far above the babble of the world's other tongues? There are no clear linguistic reasons for English's global dominance. The grammar is complicated, the pronunciation eccentric, and the spelling peculiar, to say the least. But, as David Crystal, author of "English as a global language" points out, logic does not necessarily apply when building a lingua franca. "A language becomes powerful when a nation becomes powerful," he says. This power may be military or cultural or economic - or in the case of the U.S., arbiter of world English, all of the above. Another key factor is flexibility. According to Crystal, "English is a kind of vacuum cleaner of language - it sucks in vocabulary from any language it can get." Crystal estimates that there are now words from more than 150 other languages incorporated into standard English. 111) According to the text, by the year 2000: a. The majority of English-speaking people will be living in the U.S. and the

12 United Kingdom. b. A quarter of the world's population will have English as their first language. c. English will be a second or third language for 1.1 billion people. d. The world's population will be 1.5 billion. 112) Which fact does the author use to show the increasing use of English? a. The large amount of mail in English. b. The number of people for whom English is a second language. c. The Internet. d. The fact that more people speak English as a foreign language than speak it as their mother tongue. 113) The author implies that: a. English is a logical language.. b. The importance and influence of a language is closely related to the power of the country. c. English's global dominance lies on linguistic reasons. d. People learn English because they are paid to do so. 114) Which of these alternatives is NOT true regarding English? a. Its spelling and pronunciation are strange to non-native speakers. b. It is the most used language in business, science and popular culture. c. It is a flexible language. d. Words from a few other languages were incorporated into it. 115) The best title for this passage is: a. The U.S. - arbiter of world English. b. English's global dominance. c. The rise and fall of English as a world language. d. The dark side of English. The concept of quality time arrived on the scene in America in the early '70s, featured in a wave of research including a now famous study by Alison Clarke-Stewart of the University of California, Irvine. She found (and recent brain research backs her up) that the more actively mothers were involved with their babies, talking and cooing, and so forth, the better it was for the babies' cognitive and social development. Babies who spent time with their mothers but didn't get as much of the goo-gooing and eye contact did less well. "But to be able to have that high-quality time, you have to invest a certain amount of pure time" says Clarke-Stewart. "It's not just 10 minutes a week. " Such nuances quickly dropped away as baby-boomer couples found quality time an immense help in juggling two careers and a potty chair. Today it's not even clear what most people mean when they use the term. All we reliably know is that whenever time with kids is in short supply, calling it "quality time" makes parents feel better. Experts say that many of the most important elements in children's lives - regular routines and domestic rituals, consistency, the sense that their parents know and care about them - are exactly what's jettisoned when quality time substitutes for quantity time. 116) What is the concept of quality time? a. Talking to a baby for 10 minutes is better than staying with it the whole week. b. Talking, cooing and making eye-contact with a baby help couples juggle two careers. c. Being actively involved with your baby while with him has a better effect than simply staying with him. d. Babies don't do well if they don't have eye-contact with their mothers. 117) According to the text, the concept of quality time: a. first appeared towards the end of the 70's. b. has no scientific basis. c. has been chopped away by baby boomers. d. is being used as an excuse by parents who have little time for their children. 118) Experts say that: a. Regular routines and domestic rituals have some importance in a child's life. b. It's extremely important that children feel their parents know and care about them.

13 c. Aggressive and deviant children are inconsistent. d. Children like routine and consistency. 119) The word "juggling" in line 10 is closest in meaning to: a. managing b. performing c. modifying d. judging 120) The author's attitude towards quality time is: a. emotional. b. distant. c. critical. d. supportive.

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