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Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Have you ever thought about the impact your name has on the way others perceive you? A recent study by Dr Simon Laham from the University of Melbourne and Dr Adam Alter from New York University Stern Business School reveals that people with easy to pronounce" names tend to be (1)…. more positively than those with "difficult to pronounce" names. The researchers found that people with more easily pronounceable names were more likely to be (2)….. upon favourably for political office, and that lawyers with easier sounding names made their way up the career (3)…... faster. Surnames from a wide range of nationalities were used in the study, and researches stressed that preferences were not (4)…... due to the length of a name or how unusual it was, but rather how easy it was to say. Dr Laham believes the research highlights the kind of (5)….. that our everyday thinking is subject to.

Question 1: A. reckoned B. figured C. evaluated D. determined

Question 2: A. called B. looked C. come D. put

Question 3: A. order B. stairs C. scale D. ladder

Question 4: A. hardly B. plainly C. barely D. merely

Question 5: A. weights B. angles C. biases D. turns

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Question 6: Through the mass media, people have more opportunities to connect by each other, cooperate and share information and personal experiences.

A. share B. personal C. by D. Through

Question 7: Not only John but also his friends wants to buy this race horse.

A. wants B. race horse C. but also D. only

Question 8: Capital punishment aims to hinder people from committing such crimes.

A. Capital B. crimes C. committing D. hinder

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 9: My advice to you is to write a list of all the tasks you have to do and prioritise them.

A. arrange in order of precedence

B. badly plan

C. disperse over a wide area

D. neglect in favour of

Question 10: They have gone to great expense to track the prisoner down and bring him to justice.

A. used a lot of ways

B. tried a lot

C. saved a lot of money

D. spent a lot of money

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 following questions.

In science, a theory is a reasonable explanation of observed events that are related. A theory often involves an imaginary model that helps scientists picture the way an observed event could be produced. A good example of this is found in the kinetic molecular theory, in which gases are pictured as being made up of many small particles that are in constant motion.

A useful theory, in addition to explaining past observations, helps to predict events that have not as yet been observed. After a theory has been publicized, scientists design experiments to test the theory. If observations confirm the scientists' predictions, the theory is supported. If observations do not confirm the predictions, the scientists must search further. There may be a fault in the experiment, or the theory may have to be revised or rejected.

Science involves imagination and creative thinking as well as collecting information and performing experiments. Facts by themselves are not science. As the mathematician Jules Henri Poincare said: "Science is built with facts just as a house is built with bricks, but a collection of facts cannot be called science any more than a pile of bricks can be called a house."

Most scientists start an investigation by finding out what other scientists have learned about a particular problem. After known facts have been gathered, the scientist comes to the part of the investigation that requires considerable imagination. Possible solutions to the problem are formulated. These possible solutions are called hypotheses. In a way, any hypothesis is a leap into the unknown. It extends the scientist's thinking beyond the known facts. The scientist plans experiments, performs calculations and makes observations to test hypotheses. For without hypotheses, further investigation lacks purpose and direction. When hypotheses are confirmed, they are incorporated into theories.

Question 11: In the fourth paragraph, the author implies that imagination is most important to scientists when they ________

A. gather known facts.

B. formulate possible solutions to a problem.

C. evaluate previous work on a problem.

D. close an investigation.

Question 12: The word "this" in line 3 refers to ______.

A. the kinetic molecular theory

B. an observed event

C. an imaginary model

D. a good example

Question 13: According to the second paragraph, a useful theory is one that helps scientists to ______

A. find errors in past experiments.

B. publicize new findings.

C. observe events.

D. make predictions.

Question 14: The word "related" in line 1 is closest in meaning to _______.

A. completed

B. identified

C. described

D. connected

Question 15: The word "supported" is closest in meaning to _______.

A. upheld

B. investigated

C. finished

D. adjusted

Question 16: In the last paragraph, what does the author imply a major function of hypotheses?

A. Communicating a scientist's thoughts to others.

B. Sifting through known facts.

C. Linking together different theories.

D. Providing direction for scientific research.

Question 17: Which of the following statements is supported by the passage?

A. A good scientist needs to be creative.

B. It is better to revise a hypothesis than to reject it.

C. Theories are simply imaginary models of past events.

D. A scientist's most difficult task is testing hypotheses.

Question 18: The author refers to a hypotheses as "a leap into the unknown" in order to show that hypotheses ___________.

A. require effort to formulate

B. are sometimes ill-conceived

C. go beyond available facts

D. can lead to dangerous results

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