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Question 50. What can be inferred from the passage?

A. It's not easy to track down phishers since their website are false

B. Recognizing the differences between the true and Take messages will help innocent people protect their information.

C. Phishers mostly steal personal information of the wealthiest people.

D. Successful phishers may steal people's personal information from false international banks, online sellers and credit card companies.

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Question 10. She is a kind of woman who does not care much of work but generally ________ meals, movies or late nights at a club with her colleagues.

A. supposes B. discusses C. attends D. socializes Question 11. She got up late and rushed to the bus stop.

A. came into B. went leisurely C. went quickly D. dropped by Question 12. You can use my phone if yours _______.

A. won't be worked B. won't work C. isn't worked D. doesn't work

Question 13. These quick and easy _______ can be effective in the short term, but they have a cost.

A. solve B. solvable C. solutions D. solvability Question 14. I took off my shoes before entering the room ________.

A. in order to not dirty the floor B. so that I not dirty the floor C. in order not dirtying the floor D. so as not to dirty the floor Question 15. Although I was very tired ________.

A. but I helped to clear up the mess after the party B. I helped to clear up the mess after the party C. and I tried to clear up the mess after the party D. I didn't help to clear up the mess after the party Question 16. Books in the home are a wonderful __________ of knowledge and pleasure.

A. source B. resource C. list D. sum

Question 17. Reviewers describe books ________ “hard – to – put-down", or "hard – to – pick - again".

A. as B. for C. into D. in

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheer to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Question 18. Last week Mark told me that he got very bored with his present job and is looking for a new one.

A. got B. new one C. is looking D. told

Question 19. The wave lengths of ultraviolet light are short than those of visible light but longer than those of X-rays.

A. lengths B. short C. those D. but

Question 20. Each of the members of the group were made to write a report every week.

A. to write B. were C. week D. members

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word in each of the following questions.

Question 21. Poverty in many African countries increases the likelihood that people poach animals to earn their living.

A. chance B. prospect C. possibility D. improbability Question 22. I don't believe in anything he says, he is unreliable.

A. inaccurate B. unstable C. trustworthy D. irresponsible

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to choose the word or phrase that best fits each other numbered blanks.


Urbanization is a process (23) ________ populations move from rural to urban areas, enabling cities and towns to grow. It can also be termed as a progressive increase in the number of people living in towns and cities. It is highly influenced by the notion that cities and towns have achieved better economic, political, and social mileages compared (24) _______ the rural areas. Accordingly, urbanization is very common in developing and developed worlds as more and more people have the (25) _______ of moving closer to towns and cities to acquire

“privileged” social and economic services. These (26) _______ social and economic advantages such as better education, health care, sanitation, housing, business opportunities, and transportation. A large majority of people move to cities and towns because they view rural areas as places with hardship and backward lifestyle. Therefore, as populations move to more developed areas, the immediate outcome is urbanization. This normally contributes to the development of land for use in commercial properties, transportation, and residential buildings. Eventually, these activities (27) _______ several urbanization issues.

Question 23. A. in which B. by which C. of which D. which Question 24. A. by B. on C. to D. for

Question 25. A. movement B. direction C. tendency D. progress Question 26. A. contain B. consist C. compose D. include Question 27. A. rise B. raise C. stimulate D. promote

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Question 28. A. bride B. fridge C. bridge D. driven Question 29. A. involves B. believes C. suggests D. steals

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on you answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

Jean spent her first few years in Hooper and her family moved to Otsego early in her life. She was only ten when her father died unexpectedly, leaving her mother to raise and support their family alone. Her mother soon went to work outside the home to provide for the family, and Jean, being one of the oldest, had to help care for her younger siblings. Although she had much responsibility at home, Jean thoroughly enjoyed school and was an excellent student. She went on to graduate 10th in her class at Otsego High School in 1953. While still in high school, Jean met a young man named Charles "Chuck" Holly, at a dance in Alamo; and they were quite taken with each other.

Over the next few years, their love for each other blossomed and they were married on February 24, 1953, while Jean was still in school. At the time, Chuck was serving his country in the military, and had come home on leave to marry his sweetheart. Unfortunately, shortly thereafter, he was sent overseas to serve in Korea for the next fifteen months.

Upon his discharge, the couple settled into married life together in the Plainwell, Otsego area. To help make ends meet, Jean went to work at the collection bureau in Kalamazoo for a while, before taking a job at the cheese company in Otsego. In 1964, Chuck and Jean were overjoyed with the birth of their son, Chuck, who brought great joy into their lives. Jean remembered how her mother was always gone so much working after her father died and she did not want that for her son, so she left her job to devote herself to the role of a mother.

Question 30. After Jean's father passed away, her mother used to ________.

A. work outside the home B. be a housewife C. support the family alone D. work as a secretary Question 31. Which is not referred to Jean?

A. She was a responsible girl.

B. She never helped her mother with household chores.

C. She often did well at school.

D. She went to high school.

Question 32. Jean's husband was a _________.

A. teacher B. dancer C. soldier D. servant Question 33. Jean ________.

A. served in the military B. lived in Korea for fifteen months C. had a daughter D. got married when she was a student

Question 34. Which is not TRUE about Jean?

A. She disliked staying at home and taking care of her child B. She worked outside the home before she had a child C. She was very happy when she got a baby

D. She quit her job to look after her baby.

Mark the letter A, B, C, D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closet in meaning to each of the following questions.

Question 35. People in Australia are so environmentally – friendly that they create the greenest country in the world.

A. Australia is the greatest country in the world though the people are environmentally friendly.

B. Australia is the greatest country in the world because the people are environmentally friendly C. Australia is the greatest country in the world while the people are environmentally friendly.

D. Australia is the greatest country in the world if the people are environmentally friendly.

Question 36. Most people get fewer colds in the summer than in the winter.

A. The winter makes people have as many colds as the summer.

B. A person is more likely to get colds in the winter than in the summer.

C. People get colder and colder in the summer than in the winter.

D. More people have to suffer from more colds in the summer than in winter.

Question 37. “Stop drinking or you'll be ill." the doctor told me.

A. I was ordered not to drink to recover from illness.

B. I was warned against a drinking a lot of beer to stay healthy C. The doctor suggested drinking to treat my illness.

D. The doctor advised me to give up drinking to avoid illness.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes the following exchanges.

Question 38. A custom officer is talking to a client at the airport.

Officer: "Can I have your passport, please?"

Client: “__________”

A. No, I'll think it expired B. Thank you for your help C. Yes, here you go D. But I don't like it

Question 39. Everlyne and Jonathan are talking to each other about the consequence of the Covid 19.

Everlyne: "We have all experienced a great deal of disruption."

Johnathan: “_________. Our life and work have been adversely affected."

A. I couldn't agree more B. You must be kidding C. Sure, everything is ready D. I don't think that's a good idea

Mark the letter A, B, C, D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combine each pair of sentences in the following questions.

Question 40. He was so angry with his boss. He quitted his job immediately.

A. Angry with his boss, he quitted his job immediately.

B. He quitted his job immediately, angry with his boss.

C. Angry with his boss he is, he quitted his job immediately.

D. He was so angry with his boss although quitting his job immediately.

Question 41. He doesn't like going out. He doesn't invite any friends home.

A. He either goes out or invites any friends home.

B. He neither goes out nor invites any friends home.

C. He not only goes out but also invites any friends home.

D. He goes out but not invites any friends home.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.

Question 42. A. biologist B. generally C. responsible D. security Question 43. A. confide B. comfort C. inflate D. severe

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on you answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

The Urban Gardener

Cities are home to skyscrapers and apartment buildings, and it's rare to find wide, open spaces within them.

With limited space for parks and gardens, architects and city planners often find it challenging to incorporate greenery into neighbourhoods.

One creative solution is to grow plants on unused areas like walls or rooftops. It's a popular idea, and now rooftop gardens and green walls have been spouting up in cities around the world. There are many benefits to having green spaces to the urban landscape. Adding gardens to rooftops or walls can create a pleasant environment - what was once a grey cement wall can become a colourful, blooming garden. The CaxiaForum art gallery in Madrid, Spain, is a famous example - one of its walls is covered with 15,000 plants from over 250 different species.

In other cities, green walls are being used more functionally, to cover up construction sites and empty buildings and to prominently decorate the lobbies of office buildings. Using plants to cover walls and rooftops can also keep cities cooler in the summer. Buildings and roads absorb the sun's heat and hold it, causing a building or neighbourhood to stay warmer longer. Plants, on the other hand, provide an enormous amount of shade. There is evidence that growing a roof or wall garden can lower a building's energy costs. Many cities offer tax discounts to businesses with these features. In Ne City, public schools plant rooftop gardens that can reduce heating and cooling costs.

In addition to saving the school money, teachers and parents love the gardens because of their educational value - it's a fun and healthy way for their kids to investigate the world around them. “For the children, it's exciting when you grow something edible," said Lauren Fontana, principal of a New York public school.

These green spaces are also used to grow food. In recent years, rooftop gardens have slowly been included in the "local food movement". This is based on the concept that locally grown food reduces pollution since it does not have to be transported far. Vegetables are being grown in rooftop gardens by schools, churches, neighbourhoods and even restaurants. Chef Rick Bayless serves “Rooftop S his restaurant in Chicago, USA, using only ingredients grown in his rooftop garden. Rooftop gardens and green walls may require a bit more effort to grow and maintain. However, hard work always brings rewards, and with green spaces, the rewards are plentiful.

Question 44. What is this passage mainly about?

A. gardens in Madrid, New York, and Chicago B. people growing plants on roofs and walls C. private gardens in the city's unused spaces D. how to grow your own food in the city Question 45. According to the passage, people _________ as cities have little space for gardens.

A. grow plants in their apartments B. go to the countryside at the weekends C. paint their walls and roofs green D. grow trees and flowers on top of roofs Question 46. Why is the green wall in Madrid mentioned in the passage?

A. It is the most expensive green wall in the world.

B. It is located on the side of a government building.

C. It is a famous example of a green wall.

D. It was made to provide jobs for homeless people.

Question 47. Which is NOT mentioned as a benefit of a rooftop garden?

A. It becomes a park that the community can use.

B. Having one might mean paying less taxes.

C. Children can use it to learn about the environment.

D. Growing plants on a roof keeps buildings cooler.

Question 48. Because food can now be grown in cities, _______.

A. the food at expensive restaurants is cheaper

B. governments are making many rules about city gardens C. farmers in the countryside are moving to the city D. there's less pollution caused by transporting food Question 49. The word "it" in paragraph 5 refers to _______.

A. a rooftop garden B. the food in general C. locally grown food D. green space

Question 50. Why did Chef Bayless name his dish "Rooftop Salsa"?

A. He got the idea while cooking on his rooftop.

B. He buys the salsa from other rooftop gardeners.

C. It is made from food grown in his rooftop garden.

D. The money earned from the dish is given to rooftop gardeners.

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