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Choose the correct answer. People who … a foreign language can learn a second one easily.
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Choose the correct answer. … Lake Baikal is … deepest lake in the world.
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Choose the correct answer. The Captain was the last … the ship.
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Choose the correct answer. Everything … before you came.
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Choose the correct answer. They have to ask somebody else to help them, … ?
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Choose the correct answer. A: Did you read this book? B: No, I didn’t. I wish I … it.
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Choose the correct answer. He never spends … money.
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Choose the correct answer. … charming person she is!
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Choose the correct answer. Bob saw only one film last year. He … goes to the cinema.
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Choose the correct answer. You look very … . What’s the matter?
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From the marked areas 1, 2, 3 and 4, identify the one that is wrong. There (1) are (2) a lot of (3) sheeps in (4) New Zealand.
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Choose the correct answer. It is no use … over … milk.
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Choose the correct answer. A: Don’t you know I’m a football fan? B: … . I shout for Manchester United.
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Choose the correct answer. Linda is thirsty. She wants … glass of water.
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Choose the correct answer. Mr. Green has a … vacation.
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Choose the correct answer. If he … a watch, he … always late.
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Choose the correct answer. I … to the butcher’s on the way home, but I forgot.
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Choose the correct answer. He asked her “Did anybody call this morning?” He asked her ….
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Read the text. Then choose the correct answer for each question below (19-22). Can you imagine what it would be like not to be able to see or hear? When Helen Keller was 19 months old, she became very ill. Doctors expected her to die, but she survived. Helen’s mother soon noticed that Helen was not responding when the dinner bell rang or when she waved her hand in front of Helen’s face. It then became apparent that Helen’s illness had left her blind and deaf. She was born on June 27, 1880 in Alabama, where she lived with her family. She was frustrated and confused. She didn’t know what was going on in her world. Her parents knew that they needed help. They hired a tutor for Helen. Her name was Anne Sullivan. Success didn’t happen right away. But one day at the water pump, a breakthrough happened. Anne spelled the word water in Helen’s hand. Helen began to catch on. Suddenly, her brain was on fire. She reached down to touch the ground, and Anne spelled the word earth in her hand. She continued pointing and learning. She learned to spell 30 words on that day. By the age of 10, Helen had learned to speak by feeling her teacher’s mouth when she talked. Some people couldn’t understand Helen, but she kept trying. She learned to read French, German, Greek, and Latin in Braille. Braille is a way for people who can’t see to read. Raised dots are used to represent letters and words. Soon Helen could read, write, and speak. Helen Keller went on to give speeches all over the world. Most of the money she earned was given to the American Foundation for the Blind. She met 12 U.S. presidents, wrote a dozen books, and went to college. Helen Keller lived to be 87. She continues to inspire many people worldwide. Why was Helen Keller so successful in life?
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What can you learn about Anne Sullivan from reading this passage?
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According to the passage, which of the following statements is true?
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The word “to inspire” in the text is closest in meaning to …
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Read the text. Then choose the correct answer for each question below (23-26). What is an amphibian? An amphibian is an animal that spends part of its life underwater and part on land. When amphibians are underwater, they breathe with gills. When they are on land, they breathe with lungs. They are cold-blooded. This means that their body temperature changes depending on the temperature around them. There are three different kinds of amphibians. The first group is newts and salamanders. These animals are about three inches long. They have four legs and four “fingers” on each leg. They are red-orange and transform to the color green. The second type is frogs and toads. Frogs and toads are very similar. Toads have a warty back and spend less time in the water. T hey eat insects and other small animals. Frogs begin as tadpoles. They spend time close to the water so that they can lay their eggs. The last group is caecilians. These are worm-like creatures. Millions of years ago, there were other types of amphibians, but they are now extinct. How is an amphibian different than most mammals?
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Why is the word fingers in quotation marks in the passage?
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What are the similarities between a frog and a toad?
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What does the passage say about some amphibians millions of years ago?
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Read the text. Then choose the correct answer for each question below (27-30). Octopuses are extremely intelligent. They have even learnt a few tricks to get themselves out of sticky situations, for example, when it is afraid of a predator. As octopuses don’t have teeth or sharp claws to defend themselves, they hide themselves in the sand on the bottom of the ocean floor. The octopus is like a chameleon because it can change the colour of its skin to match the sand. Some octopuses like to stay in more shallow water where there are rocks and coral. They can squeeze themselves into small spaces between the rocks to get out of reach of predators. Another way an octopus can hide is by shooting ink. An octopus uses a part of its body called a siphon to shoot ink into the water. The ink forms a cloud that hides the octopus. If an octopus is being attacked, it can actually make itself look like a venomous sea snake. It will bury itself in the sand, keeping two arms visible. It will change the colour of those arms to match a sea snake. What is the author’s purpose for writing this article?
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What happens to an octopus after it shoots ink into the water?
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How are an octopus and a chameleon alike?
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All of the following statements are FALSE, EXCEPT ...
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