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Choose the correct answer. It was the third serious mistake he … in his new job.
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Choose the correct answer. A: I’m going out now. Is it cold out? B: Yes, I … wear a coat
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Choose the correct answer. The teacher suggested they … another exercise to understand the problem better.
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Choose the correct answer. What if we … her advice last year?
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Choose the correct answer. This morning I received a cheque in the mail … one thousand dollars.
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Choose the correct answer. Your English has improved well. Since when … it?
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Choose the correct answer. A: Mike’s never seen an octopus. B: … .
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Choose the correct answer. The exam had been a difficult one, … I didn’t expect to get a good mark.
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Choose the correct answer. … Onondaga Lake is now so polluted that … fish are inedible.
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Choose the correct answer. Nine months later she became the mother of a son, … was named George.
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From the marked areas 1, 2, 3 and 4, identify the one that is wrong. Esperanto which(1) is an unique(2) language was created(3) by a linguist called(4) Ludwig Zamenhoff.
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Choose the correct answer. This is the first time you have ever driven a car, …?
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Choose the correct answer. You should make … that I can’t … it just now.
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Choose the correct answer. I … something special if I … they … . Why didn’t you tell me?
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Choose the correct answer. John is a real cook! His barbecues taste … !
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Choose the correct answer. John, as well as Peter, … every morning.
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C hoose the correct answer. Danny is always leaving the milk out of the fridge, … really annoys me.
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Choose the correct answer. Some of the scientists … to the conference can’t take part in it.
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Read the text. Then choose the correct answer for each question below (19-22). Crayons have been popular children’s playthings for decades. Almost every child and adult enjoys the look, feel, and smell of new crayons. Crayons are made from three basic ingredients: pigment, paraffin, and stearic acid. Pigment is made from various chemicals mixed with water in mixing tanks. After it is completely mixed, the solution is filtered to remove water and scraped off the filter trays. It is baked in a kiln to dry it completely. Then it is ground into a fine powder, ready to be mixed with paraffin. Paraffin is a by-product of oil production. It is stored at the crayon factory in large, warm storage tanks. Warm, gloppy paraffin is sent through pipes into a vat where the pigment is added. Stearic acid, which gives crayons their distinctive crayon smell, is added to the mixture. When the ingredients are thoroughly mixed, the solution is poured into trays with thousands of holes. Cold water is circulated to help the mixture cool quickly. A machine pushes the cooled crayons out of their holes. Expert crayon-checkers inspect each crayon to make sure it is perfect. The crayons are covered with glue and two labels to keep each crayon strong. They are funneled with other colors to make complete boxes of eight, sixteen, or sixty-four crayons. The next time you get a box of crayons, examine them, smell them, and then enjoy using them! Which of the following is used to make crayons?
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From the context of the passage, what is the meaning of by-product?
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What causes crayons to have their distinctive smell?
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Which comes last in the process of making crayons?
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Read the text. Then choose the correct answer for each question below (23-26). Chinchillas are slightly tiny animals looking like squirrels, and are native to the Andes mountains in South America. The chinchilla is named after the Chincha people of the Andes, who once wore velvet-like fur. People love to have chinchillas as pets because they are extremely soft. Their fur is thick and feels like velvet. Its fur can be up to 80 times as thick as other animals. Unfortunately, because chinchillas' fur is so soft to touch, many people try to use chinchillas' fur to make clothing and blankets. Chinchillas' fur also comes in many different colours, which makes it even more desirable. Chinchillas have a long life span and can live up to 20 years. Chinchillas can sometimes be difficult to own, however. They are soft, so you have to be careful while holding them. Chinchillas are largely nocturnal, which means they will be most active at night. You must be gentle to gain the trust of a chinchilla. It can take some time to get any chinchilla used to your hands. So if you plan to own a chinchilla, be patient. According to the passage, how does the text describe chinchilla?
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Which statement does this information best support? "Chinchillas' fur is soft like velvet and comes in many different colours."
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According to the passage, the word 'nocturnal' mainly means... .
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What kind of person would a good chinchilla pet owner be?
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Read the text. Then choose the correct answer for each question below (27-30). In April 1986 in Nikko, Japan, the Edo Mura Village was opened to the public. The village commemorates the period in Japan's history from 1603 to 1867, called the Tokugawa shogunate, when warlords called shoguns ruled the country. The warriors of the shoguns were called samurai. By the 12th century, the ability of the emperor and his court to govern effectively had diminished. It was then that the samurai emerged as a distinct social class. They were held together by personal loyalty to powerful chiefs - the shoguns - who brought more territory under their control. Local wars among the chieftains continued for generations until finally, under the Tokugawa shogunate, the whole nation was united under one warlord. From the end of the 12th century until the Meiji Restoration, or resumption of the emperor's authority, in 1868, government was exclusively in the hands of the samurai class. The behaviour of the samurai was strictly regulated by a code of conduct called Bushido, which is translated as "way of the warrior." The idea of the code developed in about the 13th century, and it encompassed the ideals of loyalty and self-sacrifice. By the 19th century, it had become the basis of ethical training for the whole of Japanese society, and it, contributed significantly to the tough Japanese nationalism" and morale exhibited during World War II. We learn from the passage that the samurai came into existence as a separate class …
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It is clear from the passage that the Tokugawa shogunate
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Using the information in the passage, we could describe Bushido as … .
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The word “distinct” in the text is closest in meaning to …
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