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I. Read the passage and choose the best answer to complete the questions

I like to be near water - sea, lake or river. That is probably because I was born in a village by the sea, and I have lived most of my life close to water. When I am in some places which is far from lake, river and sea, I am restless and I always feel that there is something missing, even though it is sometimes hard for me to decide what it is.

Of course, the sports I like are the ones which need water - sailing, rowing and swimming. It is possible to swim in small swimming pools, but rowing and sailing are impossible without a lot of water. Rowing is best in a river and sailing on the sea or a big lake, but one can do some sailing on a river and one can certainly row on a lake or the sea when the weather is good.

Of the three sports - swimming, rowing and sailing - I like rowing best because it is the easiest to continue during the winter, when the water is too cold for comfortable swimming and the sea is often too rough for sailing. Even on the coldest day one row, only ice on the water or thick fog can stop one. Sometimes it is so cold when I go out rowing that drops of water freeze wherever they fall. In such weather, it is not very pleasant to swim as one cannot stay in the water very long. However, when one is rowing, one gets warmer the longer one goes on.

1. How does the writer feel when he is in some place which is not near the water?

A. Losing something B. Comfortable C. Missing something . Convenient

2. Where was the writer born?

A. In a village near a lake B. In a sea town C. In a village by the sea D. In a village by the river

3. What type of sport does he like?

A. Water sports B. Sports without water

C. Sports played near lakes and river D. Sports played only on the sea

4. What does the word "which" in paragraph 1 refer to?

A. Some places B. River C. Lake D. Sea

5. Why does he like rowing best?

A. Because he can sail it in cold days B. Because it is easier to play

C. Because it makes him stronger D. Because it makes him warmer

6. What can stop people from rowing?

A. Hot weather B. Cold water C. Cold weather D. Ice on the water or thick fog

7. .Why is it unpleasant to swim in cold weather?

A. One stays in the weather for a long time B. One can only stay in the water for a short time

C. The water becomes icy D. The water gets warmer

8. Where can people row and sail?

A. On the sea and in a pond B. In a swimming pool and in the river .

C. In the river and on the sea D. in the river and in a small lake

II. Choose the best answer to complete the following sentences

9. Go _______ this book because it has the information you need.

A. on B. over C. off D. by

10. .Of course you can come to the party. _______.

A. The more and more merrier B. The more, the merrier

C. The more and the merrier D. The more and merrier

11. I feel _____ I did yesterday.

A. many more tired than B. much more tired than C. as many tired as D. as more tired as

12. It is essential that Alice _________ about his responsibilities in the meeting tomorrow.

A. will remind B. must remind C. be reminded D. will be reminded

13. Many wildlife parks have been installed security cameras to guard against _____ who regularly hunt wild animals illegally.

A. poachers B. conservationists C. environmentalists D. authority

14. Tom looks so frightened and upset. He _______ something terrible.

A. must experience B. must have experienced C. can have experienced D. should have experienced

15. Mary: "I'll never go mountaining again". - Linda: "Me ............".

A. either B. so C. too D. neither

16. There was a huge decline _______ the number of panda.

A. for B. in C. out D. of

17. We were really impressed by the ________ of the synchronized swimmers. They were dancing very attractively.

A. performance B. enjoyment C. breathing D. entertainment

18. Most ___ students in ___ UK prepare carefully for A-level exams.

A. the/ Ø B. Ø/ an C. the/ an D. Ø/ the

19. _______ is a situation in which large numbers of people have little or no food, and many of them die.

A. Disaster B. Poverty C. Famine D. Flood.

20. _______ have made a billion dollars last year.

A. His father is thought that B. It is thought that his father C. It is thought D. His father is thought to

21. "Which hat do you like best?" - " ...................."

A. No, I haven't tried any B. The one I tried on first C. Yes, I like it best D. Which one do you like?

22. The player gave a hard shot __ straight into the opposing goal.

A. beauty B. beautify C. beautiful D. beautifully

23. Such characters as fairies or witches in Walt Disney animated cartoons are purely ________.

A. imaginary B. imaginative C. imaginable D. imagining

24. He is a great sports ___. He rarely misses any sport games although he was busy.

A. energy B. enthusiast C. programmer D. player

III. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each blank

Rowing is a sport in which athletes race against each other on rivers, lakes or on the ocean, (25)_______ on the type of race and the discipline. The boats are propelled by the reaction forces on the oar blades as they are pushed against the water. The sport can be both recreational, focusing on learning the techniques required, and competitive where overall fitness plays a large role. It is also one of (26)_______ oldest Olympic sports. In the United States, Australia and Canada, high school and collegial rowing is sometimes referred to as crew. While rowing, the athlete sits in the boat facing backwards, towards the stern, and uses the oars which are held in place by the oarlocks to propel the boat forward, towards the bow. It is a demanding sport requiring strong core balance as well as physical (27)_______ and cardiovascular endurance. Since the action of rowing (28)_______ fairly popular throughout the world, there are many different types of (29)_______ . These include endurance races, time trials, stake racing, bumps racing, and the side-by-side format used in the Olympic Games. The many different formats are a result of the long history of the sport, its development in. different regions of the world, and specific local requirements and restrictions.

25. A. creating B. depending C. carrying D. interesting

26. A. Ø B. an C. the D. a

27. A. strengthen B. strong C. strength D. strongly

28. A. is becoming B. was become C. has become D. is become

29. A. round B. examination C. competition D. test

IV. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) closest in meaning to the underlined

30. Jean Henri Dunant was appalled by the almost complete lack of care for wounded soldiers.

A. dedicated B. interested C. excited D. shocked

31. The small white flowers are my favorite. They give off a wonderful honey smell that scents the entire garden.

A. melt B. release C. stop D. end

VI. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.

35. A. encourage B. minister C. dependent D. agreement

36. A. intensive B. domestic C. employment D. represent

VIII. Choose the option that has closest meaning to the original one.

39. You will have to pay at least 100 pounds to get this camera.

A. You'll find it impossible to get this camera for less than 100 pounds.

B. You'll have to be paid at least 100 pounds to get this camera.

C. You'll be impossible to get this camera for less than 100 pounds.

D. You'll be impossible to get this camera less than 100 pounds.

40. We started working here three years ago.

A. We will work here in three years. B. We have no longer worked here for three years.

C. We have worked here for three years. D. We worked here for three years.

41. Too tired to continue, David stopped walking.

A. David couldn't stop walking because he was to tired. B. David can't continue to walk when he' stirred

C. David couldn't carry on walking because he was too tired. D. David was too tired to carry out walking.

IX. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part

42. Sorry, I can't come to your party. I am snowed under with work at the moment.

A. busy with B. free from C. interested in D. relaxed about

43. The International Organizations are going to be in a temporary way in the country

A. soak B. guess C. complicated D. permanent

X. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

There is very little documentation about the origins of water polo. It is known, however, that the sport originated in the rivers and lakes of mid-19th century England as an aquatic version of rugby. Early games used an inflated rubber ball that came from India known as a "pulu" (the single Indian word for all "balls"). Pronounced "polo" by the English, both the game and the ball became known as "water polo'. To attract more spectators to swimming exhibitions, the London Swimming Association designed a set of water polo rules for indoor swimming pools in 1870. At first, players scored by planting the ball on the end of the pool with both hands. A favorite trick of the players was to place the five-to-nine inch rubber ball inside their swimming suit and dive under the murky water, they would then appear again as close to the goal as possible. The introduction of the rules by Scottish players changed the nature of water polo. It became a game that emphasized swimming, speed and passing. Scottish rules moved from a rugby variant to a soccer style of play. Goals became a cage of 10x 3 feet and a goal could be scored by being thrown. Players could only be tackled when they "held" the ball and the ball could no longer be taken under water. The small rubber ball was replaced by a leather soccer ball. If the player came up too near the goal, he was promptly jumped on by the goalie, who was permitted to stand on the pool deck. Games were often nothing more than gang fights in the water as players ignored the ball, preferring underwater wrestling matches that usually ended with one man floating to the surface unconscious. Water polo was first played in the USA in 1888. The game featured the old rugby style of play which resembled American football in the water. "American style" water polo became very popular and by the late 1890's was played in such venues as Madison Square Garden and Boston's Mechanics Hall, attracting 14,000 spectators to national championship games.

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