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UNIT 11 BOOKSPRACTICE TEST 1A. PHONETICSI. Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others. 1. A. me B. ste C. sw llow D. ge2. A. sl ee B. ee C. pl ea sure D. eo ple3. A. oo B. oo C. oo D. oo d4. A. describ ed B. pick ed C. swallow ed D. inform ed5. A. word B. reviewer C. describ es D. typ esII. Pick out the word that has the stress pattern different from that of the others.6. A. subject B. swallow C. story D. digest7. A. example B. holiday C. careful D. interest8. A. describe B. chapter C. wonder D. easy9. A. understand B. television C. entertain D. introduce10. A. imaginary B. advantageous C. information D. incredibleB. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTUREI. Choose the most suitable word or phrase (A, B, or D) to complete each sentence.11. My parents........they will move to the seaside when my father retires next year.A. think B. thinking C. will think D. thought12. couldn't resist reading the book even........I was very sleepy.A. though B. although C. however D. otherwise13. ........that the hope for cancer control may lie in the use of vaccine.A. To believe B. It is believed C. Believing D. The belief14. went to some pictures by new painter the other day. A. watch B. see to C. look at D. visit15. My roommate's handwriting is very bad, so he had me........his paper for him last night.A. to type B. type C. to have typed D. typed16. The book is so interesting that can't.......A. put down it B. put it down C. put down D. be put down17. Would you be........to hold the door open?A. too kind B. as kind C. kind enough D. so kind18. What do you mean, he's watching television? He's........to be washing the car.A. hoped B. expected C. supposed D. thought19. Children are........in watching cartoon films.A. interested B. keen C. fond D. concerned20. The.......thing about travelling by train rather than by car is that you can sleep or read during the journey.A. enjoyment B. enjoyed C. enjoying D. enjoyable21. wonder who drank all the milk yesterday. It........have been Jane because she was out all day.A. must B. could C. needn't D. can't22. Books in the home are wonderful........of knowledge and pleasure.A. source B. resource C. list D. sum23. Reviewers describe books........"hard­to­put­down", or "hard­to­pick­up­again".A. as B. for C. into D. in24. Books are still cheap........to get knowledge and entertainment.A. means B. way C. method D. measure25. fine tomb,........marks the grave of the poet Chaucer.A. which in the fifteenth century was erecting B. erecting in the fifteenth centuryC. erected in the fifteenth century D. being erected in the fifteenth centuryII. Choose the underlined part among A, B, or that needs correcting.26. Passive (A) smoking is (B) define as the exposure of (C) nonsmokers to (D) environmental tobacco smoke.27. Estimates (A) for scientists (B) suggest that only one percent of the world's (C) extinct animals and plants havebeen (D) identified .28. Many (A) opinions have (B) voiced on the likely (C) effects of the (D) computer .29. Many (A) disabled children cannot (B) derive full (C) enjoyment from toys (D) make for nondisabled children.30. On February 21, 1995, the (A) oldest person in the world, (B) French woman (C) was named Jeanne Calment,(D) celebrated her 120 th birthday.III. Choose the correct sentence among A, B, or which has the same meaning as the given one.31. He last had his car repaired weeks ago.A. He hasn't had his car repaired for weeks. B. He had repaired his car weeks before.C. He had not repaired his car for weeks then. D. He didn't have any repair to his car in weeks.32. John lent me this book .A. This book was lent to me by John. B. lent this book to John.C. This book is lent to me by John. D. was lent by John this book.33. They had seen the man in parking lot .A. The man was seen in parking lot. B. The man has been seen in parking lot.C. The man was to be seen in parking lot. D. The man had been seen in parking lot.34. People say that prevention is better than cure.A. It is said that prevention is better than cure. B. Prevention is said to be better than cure.C. Prevention is to have said to be better than cure. D. and are correct. 35. My mother gave watch to me .A. My mother was given watch by me. B. watch was given to me by my mother.C. watch was given my mpther by me. D. watch was given to my mother by me.C. READING.I. Read the passage below and decide which answer (A, B, or D) best fits each space.BOOKS Nearly all the discoveries that have been (36)......through the ages can be found in books. The invention of thebook is one of humankind's (37)......achievements, the importance of (38)......cannot be overestimated. Books arevery adaptable, (39)......us with both entertainment and information. The production of books (40)......in AncientEgypt, though not in form that is (41)......to us today. The books read by the Romans, (42)......, have somesimilarities to the ones we read now. Until the middle of the 15 th century, in Europe, all books were written (43)......hand. They were often beautifully illustrated and always rare and expensive. With printing (44)........the possibilityof cheap, large­scale publication and distribution of books, (45)........knowledge more widespread and accessible.36. A. made B. done C. achieved D. attained37. A. largest B. greatest C. giant D. huge38. A. whose B. that C. which D. who's39. A. giving B. offering C. meeting D. providing40. A. arose B. carried out C. began D. set41. A. known B. recognised C.considered D. belonged42. A. however B. though C. therefore D. also43. A. with B. by C. in D. on44. A. began B. appeared C. existed D. came 45. A. getting B. causing C. making D. leavingII. Read the following extracts from the book descriptions and choose the best answer (A, B, or D) to eachquestion. Book .....The Roman Emperor Claudius writes the inside story of his public life. Men classed him as pitiful fool. Butthe actions he.describes are far from foolish. Reluctantly crowned Emperor, he appears as man whose errorscame from good nature and innocence. It is the common people and the common soldiers who help him to repairthe damage done by the Emperor Caligula by conquering Britain, and who stand by him in his final hard judgementon his unfaithful wife.Book .....A fortune­telier once told Mary (as the author calls herself in this book): 'You are going to be loved by peopleyou've ever seen and never will see.' That statement came true when she published her delightful and exact record of country life at the end of the lastcentury record in which she describes the fast dissolving England of farm worker and country tradesman andcolours her picture with the cheerful courage and the rare pleasures that marked self­sufficient world of work andpoverty ...Book .....'Leave it to my man, Johnson,' Cecil used to say, whether the problem was the colour of shirt, the shape of ahat, the style of coat. What did it matter if Johnson tended to take charge of his life and that without his approvalhis employer could not even grow moustache? Was he not always there for him to lean on in moments ofdifficulty? And such moments were frequent in the leisured life of Cecil and his friends in the London of the firstmotor buses.Book ....The novel is the story of man for whom both real life and university researcli have lost their meaning.Separated from his over­emotional wife, Gerald Middleton is painfully aware that the centre of his life is empty.But the world is reaching out for him again ... Gerald is the only person still alive who was present when Bishop Eorpwald's grave was opened and the strangewooden figure found which has offended, puzzled and fascinated students of early English history for years. But healso keeps another even worse secret...46. Which book will probably be light and humourous ?A. Book B. Book C. Book D. Book D47. Which book seems to be set in the present day?A. Book B. Book C. Book D. Book D48. From the information given here, the Emperor Claudius appears to have been ........A. foolish ruler B. an ambitious manC. successful general D. forgiving husband49. Gerald Middleton appears to be .........A. professor of history B. private detectiveC. writer of crime stories D. university student50. What was the relationship between Johnson and Cecil?A. Johnson ordered Cecil to do things. B. Johnson never questioned orders. C. Cecil depended on Johnson. D. Cecil paid Johnson well.The EndANSWER KEY1. 2. 3. 4. 5. D6. 7. 8. 9. 10. C11. 12. 13. 14. 15. B16. 17. 18. 19. 20. D21. 22. 23. 24. 25. C26. defined 27. Aby 28. Bbeenvoiced 29. made 30. Cwas31. 32. 33. 34. 35. B36. 37. 38. 39. 40. C41. 42. 43. 44. 45. C46. 47. 48. 49. 50.
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