Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. stayed B. singed C. booked D. believed
Question 2: A. expand B. talent C. habitat D. addiction
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3: A. figure B. mindset C. assign D. mildew
Question 1: A. organic B. attitude C. dominant D. cultural
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5: There is no time to waste in fight against COVID -19.
A. a B. an C. the D. no articie
Question 6: Last night, the dogs outside when the murder happened.
A. not played B. were not playing
C. had not played D. did not play Question
Question 7: Eggs contain all eight essential amino acids which we depend on good health.
A. with B. to C. for D. by
Question 8: Since the launching of the first , more and more programs are televised live from all over the world.
A, communication satellite
B. communication satellites
C. communications satellite
D. communication’s satellites
Question 9: The teacher was very strict with the students. He had them a diary without interruption.
A. keep B. to keep C. having kept D. to be keeping
Question 10: I cannot help but the truth of your remarks, although they go against my interests.
A. agree B. admit C. abide D. adopt
Question 11: Scientists will have to new methods of increasing the world’s food supply.
A. come out with B. put up with
C. come up with D. put down on
Question 12: Some people love listening to the melodies and lyrics of pop music, and others love moving to the of dance music.
A. rhythms B. note C. beat D. periods
Question 13: Sometimes the best thing is just to your lesson, and make sure you never get in the same position again.
A. take B. learn C. try D. draw
Question 14: When actions during the time of coronavirus pandemic, people should also take into account the long-term consequences of these actions.
A. take B. taking C. took D. taker
Question 15: Without electronic computers, much of today’s advanced technology .
A. had not been achieved
B. would not have been achieved
C. will not have been achieved
D. have not been achieved
Question 16: The biggest single hobby in America, the one Americans spend most time, energy and money is gardening.
A. on which B. in which C. that D. which
Question 17: A ceremony was held yesterday of those who died in the anti-fascist war.
A. in favor B. in honor
C. with remembrance D. for memory
Question 18: their different backgrounds. beneath the surface of their daily lives, they are both hired on the same intellectual level.
A. Despite B. Despite of C. Regardless of D. In spite
Question 19: The team’s performances plumbed new depths last night when they lost 10 – 2.
A. good B. poor C. professional D. satisfactory
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 20: In its updated assessment of the risks caused by the coronavirus, the European Centre for DiseaseControl and Prevention (ECDC) included smokers among those potentially most vulnerable to
A. possibly B. commonly C. usually D. regularly
Question 21: Governments trying to halt the spread of the coronavirus have imposed strict lockdowns. That means, hundreds of millions of people are now working from home, away from the office.
A. complete B. push C. stop D. prevent
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions,
Question 22: The Rolling Stones have said they will join a star-studded global television broadcast to honourn healthcare workers on the front lines of the pandemic.
A. ready to take bad things
B. unwilling to take risk
C. risk something bad happening
D. incapable of taking risk
Question 23: A media report said COVID-19 patients were responding positively to an experimental drug made by U.S. pharma giant Gilead Sciences.
A. recovering well from
B. having no improvement
C. gathering effects
D. lacking appropriate treatment
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges.
Question 24: A medical worker is talking to the students at a high school.
– Medical worker: Tell me one simple way to protect yourself from coronavirus infection, please.
– Students: .
A. Drinking alcohol B. Sunbathing in strong sunlight
C. Washing hands often D. Sleeping a lot
Question 25: Two students are talking about their research.
– Student 1: Then, have you finalized the research question yet?
– Student 2: Yep, I’m wondering which underlying medical problem is most likely to develop such a serious illness.
– Student 1:
A. Good excuse. B. Good success attend you.
C. Don’t mention it. D. So far so good.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 to 30.
DIGITAL NATIVES AND DIGITAL IMMIGRANTS
They’re everywhere: in coffee shops, on the train, in restaurants, at work. They’re texting; they’re tweeting; they’re googling; they’re checking social media; they’re taking selfies; they’re listening to music. And yes, they’re even working. They’re always connected. These are the digital natives.”
Born (26) the end of the twentieth century and the beginning of the twenty-first century, digital natives don’t know life without technology. The first (27) of digital natives is now entering the workforce and changing the way we work. More and more younger people are working from home, in coffee shops, or anyplace. They’re bringing their personal equipment into the workplace too.
They switch back and forth between their social and (28) lives. They don’t see the need to separate the two. Some older people are adapting well to technology, and people call them “digital immigrants.” (29) others are having trouble, and some are even refusing to use any new technology. Older people often think that technology is growing too fast. Look at the older people around you. Do they have smartphones? Do they have earbuds in their ears? Are they texting? Many older people prefer to share information with a small group of friends, (30) may come from different parts of the world. Digital natives share information globally.
Question 26: A. at B. towards C. by D. in
Question 27: A. generation B. born C. beings D. comers
Question 28: A. professor B. professing
C. profession D. professional
Question 29: A. Although B. However C. Whereas D. But
Question 30: A. they B. that C. who D. those
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 from 31 to 35.
In the 1800s, the United States experienced the largest human nigration in the history of the world. As more and more immigrants came to the United States, it soon became clear that the original processing center was too small to handle Such a large number. Ellis Island, in New York Harbor, was opened on January 1. 1892, as the new processing center. When the first passengers approached Ellis Island, they saw the new Statue of Liberty, which, was only six years old. The first person to enter Ellis Island was Annie Moore, a teenager from Ireland. When she got off the ship after traveling for twelve days with lier two younger brothers, reporters were waiting to interview her. After she went through the registration process, an official gave her a ten- dollar gold coin. That day, 700 immigrants passed through Ellis Island.
During the early 1900s, immigration continued to grow. The la gest number of immigrants came in 1907. Approximately 1.25 million immigrants came through that year.
For sixty-two years. Ellis Island was the main door through which millions of immigrants entered the United States. From the time it opened in 1892 until the time it closed in 1954. Ellis Island processed 12 million immigrants. Sometimes more than 10.000 people passed through the registry room in one 24-hour period.
New arrivals often waited for many hours while inspectors checked to see if they met legal and medical standards. Most did not speak English, and they were tired, hungry, and confused. Two percent (250,000 people) did not meet the requirements to enter the U.S. and had to return to their countries. After it closed down. Ellis Island remained abandoned until 1965. when President Lyndon Johnson decided to restore it as a monument. Restoration of Ellis Island was finished by 1990. Visitors to this monument could see the building as it looked from 1918 to 1920. Almost two million people visited the Ellis Island monument a year until a storm damaged the building in 2012. Luckily, the exhibits did not suffer damage.
Question 31: What is the passage mainly about?
A. A processing center for immigrants to the United States
B. A critical analysis of an island where U.S. immigrants live
C. An introduction to a beautiful island in the United States
D. An overview of how the first immigrants came to the U.S.
Question 32: The word “which” in paragraph 4 refers to .
A. island B. state C. door D. year
Question 33: The word “met” is closest in meaning to .
A. saw B. satisfied C. established D. set
Question 34: Which of the following statements is NOT true about Ellis Island according to the passage?
A. Ellis Island belongs to the New York Harbor.
B. Ellis Iland was in operation for more than sixty years.
C. Ellis Iland had a domitory for new arrivals to the State.
D. Ellis Island was left abandoned for more than a decade.
Question 35: Which of the following will be most likely discussed in the next part of the article?
A. how Ellis Island was restored
B. the exhibits of the Ellis Island monument
C. the prospect of Ellis Island
D. how immigrants are living on Ellis Island
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 from 36 to 42.
The Covid-19 pandemic underscores the urgent need to strengthen the global health workforce. A new report, The State of the World’s Nersing2020, provides an in-depth look at the largest component of the health workforce. Findings identify important gaps in the nursing workforce and priority areas for investment in nursing education, jobs, and leadership to strengthen nursing around the world and improve health for all. Nurses account for more than half of all the world’s health workers, providing vital services throughout the health system. Historically, as well as today, nurses are at the forefront of fighting epidemics and pandemics that threaten health across the globe. Around the world they are demonstrating their compassion. bravery and courage as they respond to the COVID-19 pandemic: never before has their value been more clearly demonstrated.
“Nurses are the buckbone of any health system. Today, many nurses find themselves on the firontline in the battle against Covid-19,’ said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director General. ‘This report is a stark reminder of the unique role they plar; and a nakeup call to ensure then get the support they need to keep the world healthy.’
The report, by the World Health Organization (WHO) in partnership with the International Council of Nurses (ICN) and Nursing Now, reveals that today, there are justunder 28 million nurses worldwide. Between 2013 and 2018, nursing numbers increased by 4.7 million. But this still leaves a global shortfall of 5.9 million – with the greatest gaps found in countries in Africa, South East Asia and the WHO Eastern Mediterranean region as well as some parts of I atin America. Revealingly, more than 80 per cent of the world’s nurses work in countries that are home to half of the world’s population. And one in every eight nurses practices in a country other than the one where they were born or trained. Ageing also threatens the nursing workforce: one out of six of the world’s nurses are expected to retire in the next 10 years. To avert the global shortage, the report estimates that countries experiencing shortages need to increase the total number of nurse graduates by on average 80 per year, along with improved ability to be employed and retained in the health system. This would cost roughly USD 10 per capita (population) per year.
Question 36: Which of the following is mainly discussed in the passage?
A. The importance of medical workers worldwide.
B. The significant role nurses play in the world health system.
C. The components of the global health workforce during the pandemic.
D. The most feasible way to strengthen the world health workforce.
Question 37: The word “demonstrated” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to
A. presented B. recognized C. indicated D. assessed
Question 38: The word “this” in paragraph 3 refers to .
A. the increasing number of nurses
B. the number of nurses
C. the general increase in the number of nurses
D. a specific increase in the number of nurses
Question 39: All of the following statements are true about nurses around the world EXCEPT .
A. at least fifty percent of the world health workers are nurses
B. the role that nurses play in the world health system is unique
C. nurses always take the hard jobs during epidemics and pandemics
D. it is only during the Covid-19 pandemic that the role of nurses is seen
Question 40: It can be inferred from the passage that .
A. most nurses are now working in such countries as China, India.
B. twenty percent of the world nursing population come from rich countries.
C. goverments should make investment in nursing workforce a high priority.
D. nurses around the world are earning a poor living compared to doctors’.
Question 41: Which of the following will be most likely discussed in the same report?
A. How ageing threatens the nursing workforce.
B. How to advert the global shortage in nursing workforce.
C. How to improve the employability of nurses around the world.
D. How to call for investment in nurse training in each country.
Question 42: Which of the following serves as the purpose of the passage?
A. calling for an action
B. describing a state
C. explaining a situation
D. provoking a debate
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needscorrection in each of the following questions.
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 46: “We don’t believe the disease has passed the capacity to be contained,” said Mike Ryan.
A. Mike Ryan confirmed that the disease had not passed the capacity to be contained.
B. Mike Ryan did not believe that they could have been able to contain the disease.
C. Mike Ryan made sure that the disease had already passed the capacity to be contained.
D. Mike Ryan and his colleagues believed that the disease had passed the capacity to be contained.
Question 47: WHO and the European Investment Bank enhance cooperation to support countries in addressing the health impact of COVID-19.
A. Cooperation to support countries in addressing the health impact of COVID-19 has been enhanced by WHO and the European Investment Bank.
B. WHO enhances their cooperation with the European Investment Bank to support countries in addressing the health impact of COVID-19.
C. Cooperation between WHO and the European Investment Bank is enhanced to support countries in addressing the health impact of COVID-19.
D. WHO cooperated with the European Investment Bank to support countries in addressing the health impact of COVID-19.
Question 48: The world is facing unprecedented health, social and economic shocks from COVID-19.
A. COVID-19 is putting the world in an unprecedented health, social and economic crisis.
B. It’s the first time that the world is facing such health, social and economic shocks from COVID-19.
C. It’s COVID-19 that makes the world face unprecedented health, social and economic shocks.
D. It’s been a long time since the world faced health, social and economic shocks due to COVID-19.
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 49: Several drug trials are ongoing. However, there has been currently no drug that can cure or prevent COVID-19.
A. Several drug trials are ongoing, but there has been currently no drug that can cure or prevent COVID-19.
B. Because several drug trials are ongoing, there has been currently no drug that can cure or prevent COVID-19.
C. There has been currently no drug that can cure or prevent COVID-19, which keeps several drug trials ongoing
D. Ongoing trials of several drugs means that there has been currently no drug that can cure or prevent COVID-19.
Question 50: Methanol, ethanol, and bleach are poisons. Drinking them can lead to disability and death.
A. Drinks that contain methanol, ethanol, and bleach can lead to disability and death.
B. Drinking methanol, ethanol, and bleach that are, poisons can lead to disability and death.
C. Methanol, ethanol, and bleach are poisons in drinks that can lead to disability and death.
D. Disability and death can consequent from drinks containing methanol, ethanol, and bleach.
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