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Preparation test for the teachersʼ attestation.
Manba: Grammer Notes
Grammar Notes #51
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Choose the correct answer. I’ll never forget … Craig for the first time.
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Choose the correct answer. I’ve just finished watching the most … film ever.
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Choose the correct answer. … what she said, she couldn’t persuade him to join the club.
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Choose the correct answer. Three miles … a long distance to travel on foot.
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Choose the correct answer. She is by far … student in the class.
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Choose the correct answer. I wish I … that film when it was shown at the cinema.
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Choose the correct answer. Did you all enjoy … at the amusement park?
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Choose the correct answer. Ice … if the temperature rises above 0ºC.
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Choose the correct answer. Would you mind picking up a … of toothpaste at the supermarket?
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Choose the correct answer. Never … had Jim seen such an impressive display of fireworks.
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From the marked areas 1, 2, 3 and 4, identify the one that is wrong. I’d rather(1) go(2) to Jane’s birthday party than(3) to go(4) to the cinema.
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Choose the correct answer. Daniel … in Australia for ten years, then he moved to England.
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Choose the correct answer. There is so little difference … the twins that no one can tell one from the other.
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Choose the correct answer. Sam took his two … to the football match.
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Choose the correct answer. It is said that … Swiss make the best chocolate.
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Choose the correct answer. Mozart is regarded … the greatest composer of his time.
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Choose the correct answer. My neighbours are away for the weekend, so that can’t be … car outside.
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Choose the correct answer. You must get here … 7 o’clock or else we will have to leave without you.
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Read the text. Then choose the correct answer for each question below (19-22). The Chinese New Year begins on a different date each year between January 21 and February 20. The Chinese New Year is a very important festival for the Chinese people. The holiday is sometimes called the Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival. The festivals last for fifteen days. The final day is the most important day of the holiday, and is known as "the Lantern Festival". There are twelve animal signs in the Chinese zodiac calendar. Each year is represented by a different animal. Cleaning the house from top to bottom before New Year's Day is believed to bring good luck in the coming year. People open windows and doors to let in good luck. Leaving the lights on in the house over night is believed to "scare away" any bad spirits. Some people believe that what happens on the first day of the Chinese New Year reflects the rest of the year to come. Chinese people will often play games at the start of the year, hoping to obtain good luck and fortune if they win. According to the passage, when might the Chinese New Year begin?
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According to the passage, the Chinese New Year is sometimes called ... ?
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According to the passage, which of these is NOT a Chinese New Year tradition?
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According to the passage, which of these things is thought to bring good luck?
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Read the text. Then choose the correct answer for each question below (23-26). We all use our muscles to move our bodies. Without muscles, you would not be able to talk, eat, walk, sleep, or move at all . There are over 650 muscles that your body uses. These muscles are attached to the skeleton. There are three types of muscles. They are the skeletal muscles, the cardiac muscles, and the smooth muscles. All of these muscles can tighten. Some of these are voluntary muscles, and others are involuntary muscles. Voluntary muscles move only when we think about it. The muscles in our arms and legs work like this. Involuntary muscles move when we aren’t even thinking about it. The heart is an example of an involuntary muscle. If we had to think about it to make our heart beat, we might forget. Doctors who work with the muscles would be most interested in a machine that . .
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According to the passage, how do involuntary muscles differ from voluntary muscles?
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What is the main idea of the passage?
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What do the three types of muscles have in common?
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Read the text. Then choose the correct answer for each question below (27-30). Consecrated in 537 AD, Hagia Sophia - which means Holy Wisdom - was the largest building in the world , fireproof, with four immense pillars held together with molten lead which supported four arches and lesser domes, creating a space so overwhelming it seems to defy the laws of gravity. Indeed, people were scared to enter it at first in case the dome collapsed. The designs were drawn up by Anthemius of Tralles, a noted mathematician, and Isidorus of Miletus, the last head of the Athens Academy. Colour was provided by stone and marble brought from other parts of the Justinian empire: red from the temple of Boalbek and green from Ephesus (14). At one time it was bright with golden ornaments and chandeliers. With the Turkish conquest in 1453, it became a mosque, with the addition of the corner minarets, and many of the decorations were concealed with whitewash. These were gradually restored by Thomas Whittemore, of the Byzantine Museum of America, after the building became a museum on the instructions of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in 1933. Since 1933, Hagia Sophia ... .
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With its immense structure, Hagia Sophia ... .
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We can conclude from the passage that ...
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The word “defy” in the text is closest in meaning to …
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