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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 01: In spite of his poverty, he led a devoted life to the revolutionary cause.
A. Although he was poor, he led a devoted life to the revolutionary cause.
B. He led a devoted life to the revolutionary cause, but he was so poor.
C. If he had not been so poor, he could have devoted his life to the revolutionary cause.
D. He could not devote his life to the revolutionary cause because of his poverty.
Question 02: "It was nice of you to give me the present. Thank you," Mary said to Helen.
A. Mary asked Helen for the present.
B. Mary was happy to give Helen the present.
C. Mary was sorry to receive the present for Helen.
D. Mary thanked Helen for the present.
Question 03: We last went to that cinema 2 months ago.
A. We didn't go to the cinema for 2 months.
B. We have been to the cinema for 2 months.
C. We haven't been to the cinema for 2 months.
D. We didn't want to go to the cinema anymore.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 04: The Oxford Dictionary is well known for including many different meanings of words and to give real examples.
A. the B. meanings C. well-known D. to give
Question 05: The assumption that smoking has bad effects on our health have been proved
A. have B. that C. the D. effects on
Question 06: All the candidates for the scholarship will be equally treated regarding of their sex, age, or nationality.
A. nationality B. candidates C. regarding D. scholarship

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 07: A. recipient B. satisfaction C. continual D. gymnasium
Question 08: A. parrot B. apply C. leopard D. panda

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 09: This property is owned communally now, so everyone must take care of it.
A. kept by one member B. shared by roommates C. saved one by one D. used by everyone
Question 10: "Do you think it's OK for me to wear jeans to a job interview or do I need something a bit more upmarket?"
A. being trendy and fashionable B. high quality or expensive
C. cheap with decent quality D. bought from overseas

Mark the tetter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 11: "If you had studied instead of goofing off all semester, then you wouldn't be so worried about tomorrow's exam."
A. to behave not very well B. to pass time studying
C. to hardly try to work D. to pass time in a relaxed way
Question 12: ~Marx: "Monash University has offered you a scholarship to study a commerce degree there." ~ Mike: "It sounds really good, but I would need to move house...I'll have to think about it."
A. to think carefully about it B. to reject it in a polite way
C. to ask someone for advice D. to take it immediately

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, Bf C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
The need for a surgical operation, especially an emergency operation, almost always comes as a severe shock to the patient and his family. Despite modern advances, most people still have an irrational fear of hospitals and anaesthetics. Patients do not often believe they really need surgery- cutting into a part of the body as opposed to treatment with drugs.
In the early year of the 20th century, there was little specialization in surgery. A good surgeon was capable of performing almost every operation that had been advised up to that time. Today the situation is different. Operations are now being carried out that were not even dreamed of fifty years ago. The heart can be safely opened and its valves repaired. Clogged blood vessels can be clean out, and broken ones mended and replaced. A lung, the whole stomach, or even part of the brain can be removed and still permit the patient to live a comfortable and satisfactory life. However, not every surgeon wants to, or is qualified to carry out every type of modern operation.
The scope of surgery has increase remarkably in the past decades. Its safety has increased, too. Deaths from most operations are about 20% of what they were in 1910 and surgery has been extended in many directions, for example, to certain types of birth defects in new born babies, and at the other end of the scale, to life-saving operation for the octogenarian. The hospital stay after surgery has been shortened to as little as a week for most major operations. Most patients are out of bed on the day after an operation and may be back at work in two or three weeks.
One of the most revolutionary areas of modern surgery is that of organ transplants. Until a few decades ago, no person, except an identical twins, was able to accept into his body the tissues of another person without reacting against them and eventually killing them. Recently, however, it has been discovered that with the use of X-rays and special drugs, it is possible to graft tissues from one person to another which will survive for periods of a year or more. Kidneys have been successfully transplanted between non-identical twins. Heart and lung transplants have also been reasonably successful.
"Spare parts" surgery, the simple routine replacement of all worn-out organs by new ones, is still a dream of the future but surgery is ready for such miracles. In the meantime, you can be happy if the doctors say to you: "Yes, I think it is possible to operate on you for this condition."
Question 13: Most people are afraid of being operated on__________.
A. in spite of improvements in modern surgery
B. because they think modern drugs are dangerous
C. because they do not believe they need anesthetics
D. unless it is an emergency operation
Question 14: Surgeons in the early 20th century compared with modern ones__________.
A. had less to learn about surgery B. needed more knowledge
C. were more trusted by their patients D. could perform every operation known today
Question 15: A patient can still live a comfortable life even after the removal of__________.
A. his brain B. a major organ such as the stomach or one lung
C. his lungs D. part of the stomach or the whole liver
Question 16: The word "clogged" is most likely to correspond to__________.
A. clean B. blocked C. covered D. unwashed
Question 17: Today, compared with 1910__________.
A. 20% fewer of all operation patients die B. 20% of all operation patients recover
C. operation deaths have increased by 20%
D. five times fewer patients die after being operated on
Question 18: What is the similar meaning to the word "octogenarian"?
A. eighteen-year-old B. person in his eighties
C. person having eighth operation D. eye specialist
Question 19: The main difficulty with organ transplants is__________.
A. it is difficult to find organs of the same size
B. only identical twins can give permission for their organs to be exchanged
C. the body's tendency to reject alien tissues
D. the patient is not allowed to use drugs after them
Question 20: You can be happy if your surgeon can operate because it means________.
A. he thinks your condition may be curable B. he is a good doctor
C. he knows you will survive D. you are getting better already.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 21: A. slopes B. provokes C. unites D. provides
Question 22: A. satisfy B. qualify C. freestyle D. simply

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
It is not surprising that the birthplace of cola was the hot and humid American South. This region had long specialized in creating delicious soft drinks. A druggist in Atlanta, Georgia named John Pemberton created the most well-known drink brand in the world in the 1880s. However, it seems clear that he had no idea how big it would become.
Like many American pharmacists of the day, Pemberton was opposed to the drinking of alcohol and wanted to produce a stimulating soft drink. First, he made "the French Wine of Coca," made from the coca leaf. Then he began to experiment with the cola nut. Eventually, he managed to make a combination of the two that he thought was sweet, but not too sweet. Deciding that "the two C's would look well in advertising," he named it Coca-Cola.
Pemberton's invention caught on fairly quickly. By 1905, "Coke" was being advertised all over the country as "The Great Natural Temperance Drink." The drink enjoyed additional success since there was a large and popular temperance movement in the US at that time. In the 1920s, alcohol was outlawed, and sales of Coke rose significantly. However, they continued to rise even after the law was removed.
Another reason for Coke's popularity was good business sense. A year after he invented Coca-Cola, Pemberton had sold it to Asa Griggs Candler for only $283.26! Candler was a marketing genius, and by the time he sold the Coca-Cola Company in 1919, it was worth $25 million.
[From "Power Content Reading" by Lucia Barrimore et al.]
Question 23: In paragraph 4, the word "it" refers to__________.
A. the marketing genius B. the drink C. the company D. the business sense
Question 24: Which of the following added to Coke's success?
A. Coca-Cola was an attracting name. B. The temperance movement became popular.
C. Pemberton was opposed to the drinking of alcohol. D. Coca- Cola had a great taste.
Question 25: In paragraph 3, the word "caught on" is closest in meaning to__________.
A. became important B. became successful C. became legal D. became popular
Question 26: All of the followings are true of Pemberton EXCEPT that__________.
A. he made "French wine of Coca" from the coca leaf
B. he made "French wine of Coca" from the cola nut
C. he combined the coca leaf and cola nut to make "French wine"
D. he produced stimulating alcohol from coca leaves and cola nuts
Question 27: Why was it "not surprising" that Coca-Cola comes from American South?
A. Coca-Cola means American South.
B. American South had been famous for creating soft drinks.
C. American South was hot and humid.
D. The inventor of Coca-Cola came from American South,
Question 28: Which of the following would be the best title for the reading?
A. Cola is the World's Most Popular Soft Drink
B. The Temperance Movement and Coke's success
C. John Pemberton created Coca-Cola
D. The Invention and History of Coca-Cola
Question 29: In paragraph 3, the word "outlawed" is closest in meaning to__________.
A. made illegal B. made legal C. taken to court D. allowed

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 30: I don't think it is fair to__________ a comparison between the two sisters
A. do B. draw C. take D. strike
Question 31: I don't think the situation will be any better__________?
A. don't I B. will it C. do I D. won't it
Question 32: Elephants scratch themselves with sticks__________.
A. which hold in their trunks B. are held in their trunk
C. holding in their trunks D. held in their trunks
Question 33: We__________ a table as the restaurant was almost empty.
A. shouldn't have booked B. can't have booked
C. mustn't have booked D. needn't have booked
Question 34: We interviewed a number of candidates but none of them__________ us.
A. impression B. impressive C. impressively D. impressed
Question 35: I was late for my examination because I__________ about it all night and didn't get much sleep.
A. had been worrying B. worried C. have been worrying D. was worrying
Question 36: If I didn't have a mobile phone, my life__________ complete.
A. would not have been B. will be not C. would not be D. will not be
Question 37: I would like to take this opportunity to__________ my gratitude for your ongoing support.
A. expand B. extend C. convey D. enlarge
Question 38: According to my relatives, my grandfather and my grandmother were never seen__________.
A. to quarrel B. quarrelling C. quarrel D. quarreled
Question 39: Come on! I can't believe the guy's managed to hurt your feelings again. Maybe you should try and quit being so__________.
A. thin-skinned B. tongue-tied C. thick-skinned D. cool-headed
Question 40: She's so_________; you really have to watch what you say or she will walk out of the room.
A. sick and tired B. rough and ready C. prim and proper D. high and dry
Question 41: The team had ben trying to win the competition for years. Last year they finally __________.
A. carried away B. carried it on C. brought it off D. brought it on
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
Almost 90 percent of American students below the college level attend public elementary and secondary schools, which do not charge tuition but rely on local and state taxes for funding. Traditionally, elementary school includes kindergarten through the eighth grade. In some places, (42)_________, elementary school ends after the sixth grade, and students attend middle school, or junior high school, from grades seven through nine. Similarly, secondary school, or high school, traditionally comprises grades nine through twelve, but in some places begins (43)_________ the tenth grade.
Most of the students who do not attend public elementary and secondary schools attend private schools, for which their families pay (44)_________. Four out of five private schools are run by religious groups. In these schools religious instruction is part of the curriculum, (45)_________ also includes the traditional academic courses. There is also a small but growing number of parents who educate their children themselves, a practice known as home schooling.
The United States does not have a national school system. Nor, with the exception of the military academies, are there schools run by the federal government. But the government (46)_________ guidance and funding for federal educational programs in which both public and private schools take part and the U.S. Department of Education oversees these programs.
Question 42: A. whereas B. therefore C. however D. moreover
Question 43: A. with B. in C. on D. at
Question 44: A. money B. tuition C. cost D. expense
Question 45: A. where B. what C. which D. that
Question 46: A. provide B. give C. make D. offer

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the follow ing exchanges.
Question 47: Two friends are talking to each other.
~ Jack: "________________" ~ Jane: "OK. I'll join you in some minutes."
A. Let's go and have lunch now. B. Would you like to go out for lunch?
C. You can have lunch in our new canteen. D. Why don't you stop to have lunch?
Question 48: Two friends are talking about their schoolwork.
~ Jennifer: "I'm giving a presentation on global warming on Friday and I'm so nervous."
~ Mary: "________________"
A. You should think about how to present the subject matter effectively.
B. There are a lot of things you can do to make you feel more confident.
C. It is easier to convince the audience and to hold their attention with actual data.
D. In order for you to succeed, you need to keep the audience interested and involved.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 49: The song says about the love of two young students. The song is being studied.
A. The song says about the love of two young students that she is singing.
B. The song says about the love of two young students which she is singing.
C. The song which she is singing it says about the love of two young students.
D. The song being studied says about the love of two young students.
Question 50: He didn't hurry. Therefore, he missed the plane.
A. Had he hurried, he could have caught the plane.
B. Had he hurried, he might catch the plane.
C. If he hurried, he wouldn't miss the plane.
D. He didn't miss the plane because he hurried.
_________THE END_________