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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the
position of the main stress in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. international B. assassinated C. preferential D. differentiate
Question 2: A. spacious B. separately C. solicitor D. sequence
Question 3: A. acquisitive B. intuitive C. accusative D. decorative
Question 4: A. legitimate B. extravagant C. septicaemia D. demonstrative
Question 5: A. abnormality B. miraculously C. metropolitan D. automatically
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 6: Lindy: Do you mind the window being open?
Maya: , its much too
cold.
A. Yes, please B. Im afraid I dont C. Yes, I do mind D. No, I dont
Question 7: Excessive logging of forests in the past century has resulted in .
A. what becomes known as deforestation B. which it is known as deforestation
C. that is known as deforestation D. knowing this as deforestation
Question 8: The police carried out a search for the missing diplomat.
A. thorough B. through C. throughout D. thoughtful
Question 9: While southern California is densely , few people live in the northern part of the state.
A. popularized B. populating C. populated D. population
Question 10: The sudden expansion of heated air associated with lightening produces often
heard during a storm.
A. the rumbling sound, thunder, that B. the rumbling sound, thunder is
C. thunder is the rumbling sound D. thunder, the rumbling sound
Question 11: Though they had been robbed all their money, they were able to come home.
A. of B. away C. up D. off
Question 12: He was already worried lest she someone what had happened.
A. should tell B. told C. might have told D. had been telling
Question 13: Although the accused a fair trial, I dont expect them to return.
A. had promised B. have been promised C. have promised D. keep promising
Question 14: Nuance: Is there anything I can do for you, sir?
Rue: .
A. Sure, go ahead, please B. Ok, your time
C. Not now. Thanks anyway D. Yes, youre welcome
Question 15: Sue had been up late finishing her dissertation, so she decided to the next morning.
A. sleep off B. lie in C. rest on D. stay over
Question 16: In the of security, personnel must wear their identity badges at all time.
A. interests B. demands C. assistance D. requirement
Question 17: Some great men have had school records.
A. indistinguishable B. extinguished C. undistinguished D. indistinct
Question 18: He has been in ever since he was convicted of taking bribes.
A. shame B. disregard C. reproach D. disgrace
Question 19: Mike: Do I still have to change my clothes? Bate: .
A. Sure, take your time B. Lets discuss that some time
C. The party begins at 2 p.m D. Dont change your mind, please
Question 20: The manager did not receive the phone. He must have been very busy, ?
A. mustnt he B. wasnt he C. hasnt he D. hadnt he
Question 21: Mohandas K. Gandhi, Mahatma, lived a noble life of poverty to work for
independence.
A. that was called B. called C. was called D. calling
Question 22: Diamonds are often found in rock formations called pipes, the throats of extinct
volcanoes.
A. they resemble B. in which they resemble
C. which resemble D. there is a resemble to
Question 23: Vietnams Got Talent is the game show that has taken audiences ______
A. by storm B. by wind C. by night D. by heart
Question 24: It was the job of the security guard to anyone suspicious hanging around the
restaurant while the president was dining inside.
A. get away with B. look out for C. check out of D. kick out of
Question 25: Though there was a huge amount of turbulence during the flight, the pilot managed to ___
the plane without crashing it.
A. take off B. set out C. run over D. touch down
th th
Question 26: Nam: Hello, Id like to book a room for the nights of the 18 and 19 .
Milan:
A. At your service. B. What can I do for you?
C. Whats the matter? D. Just a minute, please.
Question 27: This is not the right to ask for my help; I am far too busy even to listen.
A. situation B. opportunity C. moment D. circumstance
Question 28: When you come down the hill, do drive slowly because it is not obvious where the
turning is.
A. instantaneously B. directly C. immediately D. quite
Question 29: Clinics will be subject to a new of conduct and stronger controls by local authorities.
A. system B. ground C. code D. set
Question 30: My cousin was nervous about being interviewed on television, but she rose to the ______
wonderfully.
A. performance B. event C. occasion D. incident

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.
Tulips are Old World, rather than New World, plants, with the origins of the species lying in Central
Asia. They became an integral part of the gardens of the Ottoman Empire from the sixteenth century onward,
and, soon after, part of European life as well. Holland, in particular, became famous for its
cultivation of the flower.
A tenuous line marked the advance of the tulip to the New World, where it was unknown in the wild. The
first Dutch colonies in North America had been established in New Netherlands by the Dutch West India
Company in 1624, and one individual who settled in New Amsterdam (today's Manhattan section of New York
City) in 1642 described the flowers that bravely colonized the settlers' gardens. They were the same flowers seen
in Dutch still-life paintings of the time: crown imperials, roses, carnations, and of course tulips. They flourished
in Pennsylvania too, where in 1698 William Penn received a report of John Tateham's "Great and Stately
Palace," its garden full of tulips. By 1760, Boston newspapers were advertising 50 different kinds of mixed
tulip "roots." But the length of the journey between Europe and North America created many difficulties. Thomas
Hancock, an English settler, wrote thanking his plant supplier for a gift of some tulip bulbs from England, but his
letter the following year grumbled that they were all dead.
Tulips arrived in Holland, Michigan, with a later wave of early nineteenth-century Dutch immigrants who
quickly colonized the plains of Michigan. Together with many other Dutch settlements, such as the one at Pella,
Iowa, they established a regular demand for European plants. The demand was bravely met by a new kind of tulip
entrepreneur, the traveling salesperson. One Dutchman, Hendrick van de Schoot, spent six months in 1849
traveling through the United States taking orders for tulip bulbs. While tulip bulbs were traveling from Europe to
the United States to satisfy the nostalgic longings of homesick English and Dutch settlers, North American plants
were traveling in the opposite direction. In England, the enthusiasm for American plants was one reason why
tulips dropped out of fashion in the gardens of the rich and famous.
Question 31: Which of the following questions does the passage mainly answer?
A. What is the difference between an Old World and a New World plant?
B. How did tulips become popular in North America?
C. Where were the first Dutch colonies in North America located?
D. Why are tulips grown in many different parts of the world?
Question 32: The word "integral" is closest in meaning to..
A. overlooked B. ornamental C. fundamental D. interesting
Question 33: The passage mentions that tulips were first found in which of the following regions?
A. India B. Western Europe C. North America D. Central Asia
Question 34: The word "flourished" is closest in meaning to..
A. were marketed B. thrived C. combined D. were discovered
Question 35: The author mentions tulip growing in New Netherlands, Pennsylvania, and Michigan in order to
illustrate how..
A. tulips were commonly passed as gifts from one family to another
B. attitudes toward tulips varied from one location to another
C. imported tulips were considered more valuable than locally grown tulips
D. tulips grew progressively more popular in North America
Question 36: The word "grumbled" is closest in meaning to..
A. warned B. complained C. explained D. denied
Question 37: The passage mentions that one reason English and Dutch settlers planted tulips in their
gardens was that tulips..
A. made them appear fashionable B. reminded them of home
C. were easy to grow D. had become readily available
Question 38: The word "they" refers to..
A. tulips B. plains C. immigrants D. plants
Question 39: According to the passage, which of the following changes occurred in English gardens during the
European settlement of North America?
A. They contained a wider variety of tulips than ever before.
B. They grew in size in order to provide enough plants to export to the New World.
C. They contained many new types of North American plants.
D. They decreased in size on the estates of wealthy people.
Question 40: The passage mentions which of the following as a problem associated with the importation of
tulips into North America?
A. Settlers knew little about how to cultivate them.
B. They were no longer fashionable by the time they arrived.
C. Orders often took six months or longer to fill.
D. They often failed to survive the journey.

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 41: The referee brought the football game to a halt. He blew his whistle.
A. The referee brought the football game to a halt by blowing his whistle.
B. The referee stopped playing football and blowing his whistle.
C. Having stopped the football match, the referee blew his whistle.
D. The referee stopped the football game before he blew his whistle.
Question 42: He is a successful man in his career. He possesses a large number of shares of the
company.
A. Given a large number of shares by the company he possesses, he is successful in his career.
B. Given the large number of shares of the company he possesses, he is successful in his career.
C. Successful as he is in his career, shares of the company he possesses are modest.
D. He becomes successful in his career by possessing a large number of shares of the company.
Question 43: We planned to visit Petronas in the afternoon. We could not afford the fee, however.
A. We visited Petronas in the afternoon though the fee was too high for us.
B. We were going to visit Petronas in the afternoon but the fee was too high for us.
C. As planned, we could not afford the visit to Petronas in the afternoon because of the fee.
D. The fee was, however, high enough for us to plan a visit to Petronas in the afternoon.
Question 44: I can earn enough money to support my family. Thank you for your job offer.
A. Had you not offered me the job, earning enough money to support my family would be difficult.
B. Had you not offered me the job, earning enough money to support my family would have been difficult.
C. Were you not to offer me the job, earning enough money to support my family would be difficult.
D. should you not offer me the job, earning enough money to support my family will be difficult.
Question 45: She heard the news about her friends death. She broke down.
A. She broke down the moment when she heard the news about her friends death.
B. Having broken down, she heard the news about her friends death.
C. She broke down while she was hearing the news about her friends death.
D. She broke down the moment she heard the news about her friends death.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in
meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
Question 46: The venom of coral snakes is especially potent and the mortality rate among humans who
have been bitten is high.
A. contagious B. powerful C. impure D. abundant
Question 47: Laws on military service since 1960 still hold good.
A. remain for good B. remain in effect C. stand in life D. are in good condition
Question 48: In astronomy, a scale of magnitude from one to six denotes the brightness of a star.
A. predicts B. examines C. contrasts D. signifies

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction in each
of the following questions.
Question 49: Linda being chosen as the most outstanding student on her campus made her parents
A B C D
very happy.
Question 50: Those of you who signed up for Dr. Daniels anthropology class should get their books
A B C D
as soon as possible.
Question 51: Some of the land in that region is so wet and hot and covered with jungle that a few
A B C D
people live there.
Question 52: To be good for agricultural purposes, soil must have in it the minerals plants required.
A B C D
Question 53: The Mediterranean, a large sea surrounded by land, is a mile depth on the average and
A B C
more than 2.000 miles long.
D
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best
option for each of the blanks.
THE ART OF BEING A PARENT
In order to (54) ___children, many qualities are required. As well as the (55) ____requirements such as
love, patience, and understanding, a sense of humour is an important feature of any parents personality.
(56) ___, it is quite an art to transform a childs bad mood into (57) ___everyone in the family can live with.
Another aspect of child rearing is teaching children limits and rules. This means the child needs to be
aware of what his or her rights are and what other peoples are, too. Setting limits on children must occur
on a daily basis. Temporary measures dont achieve anything but just waste time. A (58) ___mistake,
however, is being (59) ____stricter than necessary. Parents must be (60) __to allow their children the
opportunity to explore and learn (61) ___experience.
Whats more, most parents must know the importance of (62) __as it gets children used to certain
everyday activities. For instance, eating at the same time as their parents gets them into the habit of sitting at a
table and (63) ___them how to conduct themselves properly. Overall, child rearing is no easy task but it is
certainly a challenge and a learning experience.
Question 54: A. grow B. grow up C. born D. bring up
Question 55: A. routine B. usual C. ordinary D. popular
Question 56: A. As well as B. But C. All in all D. In fact
Question 57: A. temper B. behaviour C. character D. manner
Question 58: A. common B. famous C. popular D. continuous
Question 59: A. very B. extremely C. quite D. far
Question 60: A. willing B. eager C. interested D. keen
Question 61: A. by B. on C. from D. with
Question 62: A. routine B. custom C. behaviour D. tradition
Question 63: A. asks B. educates C. instructs D. teaches

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE
in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
Question 64: Strongly advocating health foods, Jane doesnt eat any chocolate.
A. denying B. supporting C. advising D. impugning
Question 65: Unless the two signatures are identical, the bank wont honor the check.
A. similar B. different C. fake D. genuine

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 66: He reluctantly accepted that he would have to spend the evening on his own.
A. He resigned spending the evening on his own unhappily.
B. He resigned himself to spending the evening on his own.
C. If he disagreed reluctantly, he would spend the evening on his own.
D. He did not accept spending the evening on his own.
Question 67: Guiding us through the museum, the director gave us a special explanation.
A. The director guided us through the museum while he was giving us a special explanation.
B. Guiding us through the museum, a special explanation was given to us by the director.
C. The director guided us through the museum and was giving us a special explanation.
D. While the director was guiding us through the museum, he gave us a special explanation.
Question 68: Few things are more unpleasant than a windy winter day on a farm in the open plains.
A. There are not many things worse than being on a farm in the open plains on a windy winter day.
B. A great number of things are worse than being on a farm in the open plains on a windy winter day.
C. It is difficult to put up with windy winter days, particularly if you are on a farm in the open plains.
D. Farms in the open plains are more disagreeable on windy winter days than at any other time.
Question 69: Sara must have been sleeping; otherwise, she would have heard the window break.
A. If she had been sleeping, Sara would have missed the sound of the breaking window.
B. The window broke while Sara was about to fall asleep, but she wasnt aware of it.
C. Sara was sleeping so deeply that she wouldnt even have heard a window breaking.
D. Im pretty sure that Sara was asleep at the time, because she didnt hear the window smash.
Question 70: Among the diplomats to whom the minister sent written invitations to the dinner was Ms.
Peterson.
A. Ms. Peterson was one of the diplomats who received a dinner invitation from the minister in writing.
B. The minister wrote to Ms. Peterson himself, as he felt she should be among the diplomats invited to the
dinner.
C. Except for Ms. Peterson, all of the diplomats present at the dinner had written invitations with them.
D. Unlike the other diplomats at the ministers dinner, Ms. Peterson was the only one to be invited in
writing.

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.
The stylistic innovation in painting known as Impressionism began in the 1870s. The Impressionists
wanted to depict what they saw in nature, but they were inspired to portray fragmentary moments by the
increasingly fast pace of modern life. They concentrated on the play of light over objects, people, and nature,
breaking up seemingly solid surfaces, stressing vivid contrast between colors in sunlight and shade,
and depiction reflected light in all of its possibilities. Unlike earlier artists, they did not want to observe the
world from indoors. They abandoned the studio, painting in the open air and recording spontaneous
Impressions of their subjects instead of making outside sketches and then moving indoors to complete the work
form memory.
Some of the Impressionists painting methods were affected by technological advances. For example, the
shift from the studio to the open air was made possible in part by the advent of cheap rail travel, which
permitted easy and quick access to the countryside or seashore, as well as by newly developed chemical dyes
and oils that led to collapsible paint tubes, which enabled artists to finish their paintings on the spot.
Impressionism acquired its name not from supporters but from angry art lovers who felt threatened by
the new painting. The term Impressionism was born in 1874, when a group of artists who had been
working together organized an exhibition of their paintings in order to draw public attention to their work.
Reaction from the public and press was immediate, and derisive. Among the 165 paintings exhibited was one
called Impression: Sunrise, by Claude Monet (1840-1926), viewed through hostile eyes, Monets painting of
a rising sun over a misty, watery scene seemed messy, slapdash, and an affront to good taste. Borrowing Monets
title, art critics extended the term Impressionism to the entire exhibit. In response, Monet and his 29 fellow
artists in the exhibit adopted the same name as a badge of their unity, despite individual differences. From
then until 1886 Impressionism had all the zeal of a church, as the painter Renoir put it. Monet was faithful
to the Impressionist creed until his death, although many of the others moved on to new styles.
Question 71: What aspect of painting in the nineteenth century does the passage mainly discuss?
A. The impact of some artists resistance to the fast pace of life
B. The differences between two major styles of art
C. A technological advance in the materials used by artists
D. A group of artists with a new technique and approach to art
Question 72: The word depict is closest in meaning to..
A. reorganize B. deform C. represent D. justify
Question 73: According to the passage, which of the following was one of the distinguishing characteristics of
Impressionist painting?
A. The emphasis on people rather than nature scenes
B. The way the subjects were presented from multiple angles
C. The focus on small solid objects
D. The depiction of the effects of light and color
Question 74: Which of the following is a significant way in which Impressionists were different from the
artists that preceded them?
A. They began by making sketches of their subjects
B. They painted their subjects out-of-doors
C. They preferred to paint from memory
D. They used subjects drawn from modern life
Question 75: The word advent is closest in meaning to..
A. achievement B. acceptance C. arrival D. advantage
Question 76: The exhibition of paintings organized in 1874 resulted in all of the following EXCEPT
A. attracting attention from the public
B. a negative reaction from the press
C. an immediate demand for the paintings exhibited
D. creating a name for a new style of painting
Question 77: The word affront is closest in meaning to..
A. insult B. encouragement C. return D. credit
Question 78: The rejection of the Impressionist exhibition by critics was caused by which of the following?
A. The small number of paintings on display
B. Lack of interest in exhibitions by young artists
C. The similarity between all the paintings exhibited
D. Anger about seemingly poorly painted art
Question 79: The author mentions Renoir to give an example of an artist who..
A. became as famous as Monet
B. was consistently praised by art critics
C. described the enthusiasm of the Impressionists for their work
D. was in favor of a traditional style of painting
Question 80: The word others refers
to..
A. art critics B. fellow artists C. individual differences D. new styles

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