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A. In a chapel.
B. In the woods.
C. In a safety box.
96) Missing, away, not present..
97) A book in which you write down
what you do every day..
98) A sweet juice found in some flower
99) An insect with four wings which makes
honey and wax.
100) An insect with large colorful wings. It
JOHN PARKER’S DIARY
One of the most famous diaries (106)__English
was written by John Parker. It gives a detailed
and interesting (107)__of everyday life in
England (108)__1660 and 1669.
106. a. in b. from c.
107. a. description b. notice c.
Parker writes about important stories of the time,
like disease, an enemy navy (109)__ up the River
Thames and the Great Fire of London. He also
writes about himself, even about his (110)__ - he
often slept during church or (111)__at the pretty
109. a. driving b. flying c.
110. a. accidents b. dreams c.
He describes his home life - a (112)__ with
his wife and how they became friends again,
his worry about her illness. As well as books,
he liked music, the theatre, card (113)__
parties with good food and (114)__ of fun.
112. a. conversation b. discussion c.
113. a. games b. matches c.
plays 114. a. amount b. plenty
Parker was a busy man who had many
important (115)__- he was a Member of
Parliament and President of the Royal
Society. He is also (116)__ for his work for
the British Navy.
115. a.hobbies b.jobs
116. a.remembered b.reminded
Winter is dangerous because it's so difficult to
know what is going to happen and accidents
take place so easily. Fog can be waiting to
meet you over the top of a hill. Ice might be
hiding beneath the melting snow, waiting to
send you off the road. Thecar coming towards
you may suddenly slide across the road.
Rule Number One for driving on icy roads is to
drive smoothly. Uneven movements can make
a car suddenly very difficult to control. So
every time you turn the wheel, touch the
brakes or increase your speed, you must be as
gentle and slow as possible. Imagine you are
driving with a full cup of hot coffee on the
seat next to you. Drive so that you wouldn't
Rule Number Two is to pay attention to what
might happen. The more ice there is, the further
down the road you have to look. Test how long it
takes to stop by gently braking. Remember that
you may be driving more quickly than you think. In
general, allow double your normal stopping
distance when the road is wet, three times this
distance on snow, and even more on ice. Try to
stay in control of your car at all times and you will
117. What is the writer trying to do in this text??
A. Give information about winter driving.
B. Warn people against driving in winter.
C. Advise people about safe driving in winter.
118. Why would someone read this text?
A. To find out about the weather.
B. For information on driving lessons.
C. To decide when to travel.
119. What does the writer think?
A. People should avoid driving in the snow.
B. Drivers should expect problems in winter.
C. Winter drivers should use their brakes less.
120. Why does the writer talk about a cup of coffee?
A. To explain the importance of smooth movements.
B. Because she wants drivers to be more relaxed.
C. To show how it can be spilled.
121. Which traffic sign shows the main idea of the text?
REDUCE SPEED NOW
ICE IN ROAD AHEAD
Claudia says that all of her friends have a cell
phone, but Claudia’s mom doesn't want to buy
her one. Claudia's mom doesn't want Claudia to
play video games either. What is more, the
Internet scares her. Claudia's mom says, “If
Claudia has a cellphone, how do we know whom
she is talking to? Video games are bad for you.
The Internet is dangerous and uncontrolled. It’s
like having a gun in the house. I'm not buying her
a cell phone until she is eighteen. This is the only
way we can be sure that Claudia is safe."
Claudia’s dad disagrees with Claudia's mom.
Although he agrees that there are some
dangers to it, he likes the Internet, and finds it
to be very useful. “The trouble is,” he says,
“We just can’t stop Claudia from using the
Internet, as this would put her at a
disadvantage. What is more, I like video
games. I think that, when played in
moderation, they are fun. Obviously, it is not
good to play them without restraint or self-
control. Finally, I think Claudia needs a cell
phone. We can’t take these things away.”
122. Which of the following best describes the
difference between Claudia's mom and dad?
A. Mom wants to ban Marcia from using the
computer, while dad likes to play video games.
B. Mom thinks technology is dangerous, while dad
thinks it can be useful.
C. Mom cares little about Claudia's future, while
dad is very supportive.
D. Mom is very strict while Dad is open - minded.
123. Which of the following best describes the
similarity between Claudia's mom and dad?
A. Mom and dad both like technology.
B. Mom and dad both think video games are bad.
C. Mom and dad both think the internet is
D. Mom and dad both care about Claudia's
124. In paragraph 1, Claudia's mom says, "It's like
having a gun in the house." She says this in order
A. Support the idea that the Internet is dangerous
B. Reject the claim that guns can be safe if used
C. Encourage Claudia's dad to purchase a gun.
D. Explain why the Internet is uncontrolled.
125. Claudia's mom can best be described as
126. Claudia's dad can best be described
127. Which of the following would be the best
way for Claudia to change the way her mom
thinks about technology?
A. Read her a newspaper article that talks about the
importance of technology.
B. Provide her an instruction manual detailing how
the latest cell phone functions.
C. Take her to the library and show her the top five
most popular internet websites.
D. Spend the weekend playing video games with her.
Cartoon films have very (128)__ limits. If you can
draw something, you can make it move on the
cinema screen. The use (129)__ advanced
computer programs means that cartoons are
becoming exciting again for people of (130)__ ages.
128. a. few b. any c. little d.
129. a. for b. of c. with d.
130. a. more b. other c. all d.
By the end of the 1970s, the cinema world had
decided that cartoons were only for children.
But soon (131)__, several directors had some
original new ideas. They proved that it was
possible to make films in which both adults and
children could (132)__ the fun.
131. a. afterwards b. later c. next d.
132. a. divide b. add c. mix d.
However, not (133)__ cartoon film was
successful. The Black Cauldron, for example,
failed, mainly because it was too frightening
for children and too childish for adults.
133. a. every b. both c. any d.
Directors learnt from this (134)__ and the
film companies began to make large
(135)__ of money again.
134. a.damage b.crime c.mistake
135. a.amounts b.accounts c.numbers