Тема №8303 Ответы к тесту по английскому языку 378
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1.    Diana says her present job is    .
A)    the best in the world
+B)    the best she has ever had
C)    very exhausting
D)    very troublesome
2.    Diana and the leader of the tourist group discussed
A)    the lunch menu
B)    a meeting point
+C)    the route
D)    bus tickets price
3.    The tourists got back to the hotel    .
A)    by 5 a.m.
B)    in the morning
C)    at noon
+D)    in the afternoon
4.    Diana works    .
A)    in the city museum
B)    with Alan
C)    with bus drivers
+D)    with tourists

5.    Diana had only a few minutes to    .
+A)    eat a sandwich
B)    have some tea
C)    grab a burger
D)    grab a doughnut
6.    Diana's job is    .
+A)    a guide
B)    a guidance
C)    a travel agent
D)    a travel consultant
7.    Upon arriving at the hotel Diana discussed the itinerary for the next day with___
+A)    the leader of the group 8) her colleagues
C)    the hotel staff
D)    Alan
8.    The itinerary is___
; A) a souvenir 
 +B) a tourist route 
 C) a cafe menu
D) a picture gallery

Text 2

9. Pia says the he was also responsible for all the___
A)    cleaning
B)    cooking
C)    shopping
+D)    advertising
10.    Pia says he didn't have any problems with____ wherever he went.
A)    Italian
B)    Chinese
C)    French
+D)    Italian and Spanish
11. Pia was also responsible for____
 +A) leaflets and business cards.
B) supplying food to firms.
C) leaflets and identity cards.
D) hiring staff.


12. Pia says that his father was____ 
A)    Spanish
B)    French
+C)    Italian
D)    Polish
13.    John asks Pia to tell him something about his
A)    family relations.
B)    brothers or sisters.
C)    university life
+D)    work experience.
14.    Pia can speak    quite well.
A)    Russian and Spanish
B)    Italian and Chinese
+C)    Italian and Spanish
D)    Japanese and Spanish
15.    Pia says he was kept a long way from the
A)    laundry
+B)    kitchen
C)    bedroom
D)    bathroom

16.    John wonders for how long Pia went    
A)    skateboarding
B)    skating
C)    skiing
+D)    travelling

Text 3

17.    What is mainly described in the text?
A)    The scientists recommend how to take the drug while going in tor sports.
B)    The scientists' vision of alternative medicine.
C)    Inherited mental disorders are subject to curing,
+D)    The impact of the drug while treating mental disorders.

18. But behind the Dutch scientists' delight at this new scientific breakthroug
there are a number of    
+A)    important moral issues
B)    natural disaster
C)    education
D)    The Dutch scientists

19.    The drug discovered by the scientists may treat the following disorders except
A)    High blood pressure.
+B)    Inherited diseases.
C)    Bad memories.
D)    Unpleasant memories.
20.    What is mainly reflected in the text?
+A)    The drug is against mental disorders.
B)    New innovations in the field of medicine.
C)    The scientists' attitude to medicine.
D)    The scientists' approach to patients.
21.    The Dutch scientists think that the drug could also help people    .
A)    suffering from neuralgia
B)    suffering from mental anguish
C)    suffering from silence
+D)    suffering from severe trauma
22.    This could include the emotional crisis people experience as a result of a
natural disaster, or a shocking event such as______or plane crash.
A) a computer 
+B) a train
C) a bus 
D) a horse
23. Find one of the reasons why people get the emotional crisis according to the
A)    Grief.
+B)    A natural disaster.
C)    A gastric ulcer.
D)    Trouble at work.
24.What kind of feelings do the scientists have about their new scientific breakthrough?
A)     Sympathy.
B)     Mixed feelings,
+C)    Delight.
D)      Disappointment.

Text 4
25.    Ian says that he will miss___ when he is away
A)    South of France
B)    Ireland
C)    Aussies
+D)    England
26.    On his first visit to Australia, Ian wants to____
A)    meet new friends
+B)    to test the water
C)    try to become nationalized
D)    see the nature of the island
27.    Ian loves outdoor activities like___
A)    kite surfing, playing football and zorbing
B)    zorbing, free running and kite surfing
+C)    scuba diving, hang-gliding and windsurfing
D)    paraskiing, running and swimming
28.    To get a permanent visa and live in Australia is_____.
A)    not long
B)    not very long
C)    not very difficult
+D)    not easy
29.    The easiest way to get Australian nationality is to____.
+A)    marry an Australian
B)    study at university
C)    enter the college
D)    have a specialized work
30.    Ian thinks he has    possibilities of getting a permanent work visa
A)    very few
+B)    fairly good
C)    nearly no
D)    no
31.    Ian is planning to be in Australia______
A)    for some weeks
B)    for about two years
C)    the following week
+D)    for about three months
32.    Ian has a holiday visa to Australia but he wants to _____
A)    be there and study
B)    relax on the beach
+C)    find a job there
D)    study there

1.    There are many    in the library.
A)    dictionaryies
B)    dictionaryes
C)    dictionariess
+D)    dictionaries
2.    She asked: "Would you like    banana?"
A)    -
B)    the
C)    an
+D)    a
3.    His    book was published abroad.
A)    father-in's-law
B)    the father's-in-law
C)    the father-in-law's
+D)    father-in-law's
4.    Sally sat down on    chair.
A)    -
+B)    a
C)    the 
D)     an
5.    Our younger son doesn't want to be a lawyer like his_____ brother
A)    old
+B)    elder
C)    older
D)    oldest
6.    These people are    .
+A)    the Germans
B)    the German
C)        German
D)    Germans
7.         cups of coffee are drunk every day globally.
+A)    two billion
B)    two billions
C)    the two billion
D)    the two billions
8.    Where does    walk finish?.
A)    a twentieth kilometer
B)    the twentieth kilometer
C)    twenty kilometers
+D)    the twenty kilometer
9.    Kairat has lived in Astana    1998.
+A)    Since
B)    Yet
C)    Just
D)    For
10.    It is raining    .
A)    most heavily
B)    more heavy
+C)    heavily
D)    most heavy
11.    Aiman came from Kazakhstan to visit Jack.    liked American television.
A)    He
+B)    She
C)    It
D)    I
12.    I believe you but there are    who doubt.
A)    that
B)    these
C)    the
+D)    those
13.        of the restaurants he went to was expensive.
A)    either
B)    anything
+C)    neither
D)    nothing
14.    The flats are very expensive.    student in the world could possibly afford such a high rent.
A)    Anybody
B)    Some
C)    Any
+D)    No

15.    Montanelli entered the room where Arthur    for him at the supper
A)    has waited
B)    is waiting
C)    have waited
+D)    was waiting
16.    It's been ages    my last meal, and I am very hungry.
A)    of
+B)    since
C)    for
D)    from
17.    Choose the correct verb form:
At this time next week I    a report on environment pollution issues at a
conference in Geneva.
A)    will give
B)    will have given
+C)    will be giving
D)    would be giving
18.    Choose the correct answer:
How many cars ___ in the accidents on this road so far?
+A)    have been damaged
B)    had damaged
C)    has been damaged
D)    had been damaged
19.    Choose the correct modal verb:
I am feeling sick. I    eaten so much ice cream last night.
A)    should have
B)    couldn't be
+C)    shouldn't have
D)    had better
20.    Choose the correct form of the Infinitive:
I can't go out now. I'm waiting    .
+A)    for my son to come
B)    my son coming
C)    for my son coming
D)    for coming my son
21.    Choose the correct answer:
It is worth ___ that the Irish were given a vote on enlargement.
A)    remember
B)    remembered
C)    to remember
+D)    remembering
22.    Choose the correct answer:
______ the classroom, he found all the pupils sitting at their desks and revising
their homework.
A)    Entering into
B)    Entering to
C)    Entered
+D)    Entering
23.    ____Christmas people give each other presents
A)    On
B)    For
C)    In
+D)    At
24.    I'll see you    next Friday.
A)    for
B)    at
C)    in
+D)    -
25.    Choose the right conjunction.
I saw many places of interest    I was in Washington
A)    that
B)    where
+C)    when
D)    but
26.    Choose the correct answer;
My little daughter         her classes at 10:00.
A)    goes
B)    runs
+C)    starts
D)    comes
27.    Choose the correct answer:
    far is it from here?
A)    what
+B)    how
C)    why
D)    where
28.    Choose the right sentence:
I was afraid of being late,    .
+A)    so I decided to hurry
B)    as I decided to hurry
C)    if I decided to hurry
D)    where I decided to hurry
29.    Find the right sentence:
+A)    Ask your mother when lunch will be ready
B)    Ask your mother when lunch be will ready
C)    Ask your mother when will be ready lunch
D)    Ask your mother when will lunch ready be
30.    Choose the correct sentence:
enough food /have / to stay / we / in the camp / one more day /didn't
A)    We didn't one more day to stay have enough food in the camp.
+B)    We didn't have enough food to stay in the camp one more day.
C)    We didn't have food enough in the camp one more day to stay.
D)    We didn't have one more day to stay enough food in the camp.
31.    Change into reported speech:
"He is ill", I think
A)    She has thought that he was ill.
B)    She thought that he is ill.
C)    She thought that he will be ill.
+D)    She thought that he was ill.
32.    If I'd listened more carefully to his directions, I    got lost.
A)    hadn't have
B)    didn't have
C)    won't have
+D)    wouldn't have

1.    Charles Dickens had    brothers and sisters.
+A)    seven
B)    eight
C)    nine
D)    six
2.    Charles Dickens taught himself shorthand because he
+A)    wanted to find a good job
B)    wanted to become a traveler
C)    didn't want to go to school
D)    wanted to be a doctor
3.    Charles Dickens became a reporter in Parliament    .
A)    after he had left school.
B)    after he had moved to a new city.
+C)    after he had taught himself shorthand.
D)    after he had met the Prime Minister.
4.    Charles Dickens's father    .
A)    worked in the hospital
+B)    worked in an office
C)    served in the army
D)    worked in the theatre
5.    Charles Dickens    his first job.
A)    enjoyed
B)    loved
C)    liked
+D)    hated
6.    The family of Charles Dickens was very    .
A)    friendly
B)    independent
C)    rich
+D)    poor
7.    Charles Dickens's first famous book was called    .
+A)    The Pickwick Papers
B)    Domby and Son
C)    David Copperfield
D)    The Happy Times
8.    Dickens wrote about these ____ times for his family later, in many of his stories
A)    enjoyable
B)    pleasant
C)    happy
+D)    unhappy
9.    Charles Dickens was born in
A)    1871
B)    1821 
C)    1912
+D)     1812
10.    Charles Dickens gave a lot of time to___
A)    relaxing with his friends
+B)    political changes he struggled for
C)    the relationship with his wife
D)    his family and children

11.    Charles Dickens became famous    
A)    by the time he was fifty-four
B)    when he left school
+C)    by the time he got married
D)    after he had died
12.    When Charles Dickens died in 1870, he was
A)    sixty-eight
B)    sixty-five
C)    seventy
+D)    fifty-eight

13.    According to paragraph 1 the Hugo family lived in the____ village.
A)    poor
B)    mountainous
C)    modern
+D)    ancient
14.    The word "wealthy" in paragraph 1 means
A)    well-educated
B)    healthy
C)    granted
+D)    rich
15.    The Nature Park is attractive for wildlife lovers, because
A)    there you can buy flowers in all seasons of the year
B)    various birds migrate in winter to the Nature Park
C)    a large number of birds and flowers have become endangered
+D)    there you can find a lot of unique birds and flowers
16.    An exhibition means
A)    in the village Hidcot
B)    in the restaurant
C)    from their neighbours
+D)    laying open to public view
17.    According to paragraph 1 the Hugo family
A)    moved to another village
B)    rented a land from Camberwell Court
C)    opened a new restaurant
+D)    was the landlord of the village
18.    "it is now open to the public" in sentence 3 of paragraph 1 means
A)    not available to the public
B)    a new restaurant opened
+C)    visitors can come to see it
D)    open temporarily
19.    The phrasal verb "to date back to" in sentence 7 of paragraph 1 means
A)    to describe something happened in the past
B)    to go back to history
+C)    to have existed since a particular time in the past
D)    an arrangement to meet someone at a particular time
20.    The word "it" in line 4 in “Camberwell", "and it is open to the public" refers to
A)    the historic village
+B)    the house of the Hugo family
C)    the land in the area
D)    a small church
21.    There is also possibility to enjoy the wildlife view from
A)    the small exhibition about the family
+B)    the bridge in the village center
C)    the mouth of the River Owell
D)    the top of the highest building in the village
22.    Every two hours buses
A)    get broken and repaired
B)    leave for the city center
C)    reach to the River Owell
+D)    arrive in Camberwell
23.    The opposite meaning of the word "valueless"
A)    small
B)    worth
C)    priceless
D)    huge
24.    According to the paragraph 1, you can
+A)    enjoy your time walking around the Camberwell Court
B)    buy a huge country house with garden in the area
C)    waste your time seeking for a gift shop
D)    get lost in the village
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25.We can imply from the text that the author's opinion about the quality of
her band's playing was
A)    horrible
B)    not so bad
C)    satisfactory
+D)    fantastic


26.The» text mainly discusses
A)    how different jazz is from other kinds of music
+B)    how jazz is becoming popular among young people
C)    who can play in school jazz bands 
D)      jazz summer camps and jazz music events
27.    The following statements about Katie are true, except
A)    She thinks her schools teachers are very good
B)    She can play a music instrument
C)     She is a member of a music band.
+D)     Her music teacher is a great pop music performer.
28. Trumpet refers to
A)    a type of musician
B)    a genre of music
+C)    a musical instrument.
D)    a type of clothes
29. Choose the correct variant: They felt on the stage as if_____
+A)    they were as a part of the past events
B)    nobody in the audience supported them
C)    they had never played on stage before
D)    they were very much embarrasse

30. Which of the following statements best summarizes the idea of the text?
+A)    More and more young people are getting interested in jazz
B)    played on stage with professional musicians^
C)    played at a high level despite their young ag .
D)    had little experience of playing in pub ic.

31. The author says the bands in her school's jazz competition_____
A)    played music they had written themselves .
B)    played on stage with professional musicians^
+C)    played at a high level despite their young age .
D)    had little experience of playing in pub ic.
32. According to the text what can be implied about the author's music schools?.
A)    played music they had written themselves .
B)    played on stage with professional musicians^
+C)    the learners of this schools feel lucky to study there .
D)    had little experience of playing in pub ic
33.    According to the text, what can be implied about Katie?
A)    She would like to change her school for a better one.
B)    She is a professional jazz permormer.
C)    She has never played on stage before this competition.
+D)    Her parents encourage her in her love to jazz music.
34.    The general purpose of the text is to
A)    explain what jazz is
+B)    encourage young people to listen to more jazz music
C)    advertise young people's jazz events
D)    give advice on how to create great jazz music
35.    What is the main topic of the text?
+A)    Young people's interest in jazz music
B)    School jazz bands and their performances
C)    Jazz music competitions among school bands
D)    Jazz music schools and summer camps
36.    The author finds jazz music interesting because
A)    it is very popular
B)    it is very old-fashioned
C)    it is very modern
+D)    it is both new and old

1.    The text describes    .
A)    favorable weather
B)    the ball
C)    squash players
+D)    the rules of the game
2. In squash the players hit the ball    .
A)    simultaneously
+B)    in turns
C)    after the player loses the point
D)    after the opponents complete the game
3.    Not to loose a point the players should    .
A)    return the ball to the front wail and hit the bail before it bounces
B)    fail to return the ball to the front wall and hit the ball before it bounces twice
C)    return the ball to the front wall and hit the ball before it touches the ground
+D)    return the ball to the front wall and hit the ball before it bounces twice
4.    Squash is played by    .
A)    two teams of players
B)    one player
+C)    two players
D)    one team of players
5.    Squash is    .
A)    a special ball
B)    a court
C)    a playground
+D)    a ball game

6.    The text is about    .
A)    sports
B)    a racket
+C)    squash
D)    a playground
7.    When a player strikes the ball, it may rebound from___
A)    the title of the book
B)    conviction rates
C)    arrest rates
+D)    any of the walls
8.    The player losses the point if he___
A)    the title of the book
B)    conviction rates
C)    arrest rates
+D)    fails to strike a ball before it bounces twice 

9.    At the beginning of the conversation the interviewer asks about___
+A)    the title of the book
B)    conviction rates
C)    arrest rates
D)    "shall-issue" laws
10.    John R. Lott mentions all of the following except
A)    arrest rate
B)    crime rate
C)    murder rate
+D)    illness rate
11.    The number of interviewer's questions is
A)    5
+B)    2
C)    1
D)    3
12.    One of the following is not mentioned in the interview
A)    handguns
B)    robbery
C)    rape
+D)    kidnapping
13.    John R. Lott argues that the more people obtain permits, the greater is ____in violent crime rates.
A)    defense
B)    increase
C)    risk
+D)    decline

14.    In this interview, John R. Lott argues that    .
A)    the more people own guns, the more crime is committed
B)    the fewer people own guns, the more crime is committed
+C)    the more people own guns, the less crime is committed
D)    the more people sell guns, the less crime is committed
15.    A concealed handgun law is the law that allows adults the right_____such guns.
A)    to hide
B)    to distribute
+C)    to carry
D)    to find
16.    As a concealed handgun law is in effect the robberies rate declines by
A)    3
+B)    2
C)    30
D)    31
Text 3
17.    What kind of sport is mainly pictured in the interview?
+A)    Climbing,
B)    Scuba-diving.
C)    Surfing.
D)    Hiking.
18.______, and Jon Krakauer took it.
+A)    It was a once in a lifetime opportunity
B)    It was a once in a lifetime job
C)    It was a once in a lifetime success
D)    it was a once in a lifetime plan
19.    All of the following points are mentioned in the interview except:
A)    Jon Krakauer is six weeks overdue on a piece for National Geographic
B)    Jon Krakauer had give up writing before he gave up climbing
+C)    Jon Krakauer climbed with Boris, the best climber in the world
D)    It was a once in a lifetime opportunity
20.    What is the issue of discussion between the interviewer and Jon Krakauer?
A)    Jon Krakauer's ability to write.
B)    Jon Krakauer's best friends and colleagues.
C)    Jon Krakauer's passion to writing.
+D)    Jon Krakauer's climbing experience,
21.    What did Jon Krakauer feel while returning from Everest?
A)    Hatred towards climbing.
B)    Excitement about climbing.
C)    Fresh hopes referred to his occupation.
+D)    Serious doubts about the whole business of climbing.
22.    What is Alex Lowe like in Jon Krakauer's opinion?
A)    Alex is the bravest person in the world.
B)    Alex is the first climber in his region.
+C)    Alex is the best climber in the world.
D)    Alex is a loyal friend,
23.    What place did Jon Krakauer leave with serious doubts about the whole business of climbing?
+A)    Everest.
B)    Antarctica,
C)    Mont Blanc.
D)    Shri-Lanka,
24.    IVIost people have read Into Thin Air    to hear that Jon Krakauer has
gone climbing again since returning from Everest.
A)    would be active
B)    would be interested
C)    would be happy
+D)    would be shocked
Text 4
25.    The text is about    that was forgotten and found.
A)    natural disasters
+B)    an ancient city
C)    a Roman boy
D)    an archaeologist's life
26. Soon after the city was found out,    began to excavate in the area.
+A)    archaeologists
B)    Pliny's uncle
C)    Romans
D)    Pliny
27.    The city of Pompeii was situated    .
A)    on an American peninsula
B)    in the swampy area
C)    at the top of Appalachian Mount
+D)    at the foot of Vesuvius
28.    Pompeii was located in the    .
+A)    Bay of Naples
B)    Bay of Pig
C)    Bay of Fundy
D)    Bay of Apples
29.    One day looking up at the sky the Roman boy saw    .
A)    active forces
+B)    active volcano
C)    dormant volcano
D)    extinct volcano
30. In fact,    people were saved during the eruption.
A)    10,000
B)    2,000
C)    8,000
+D)    18,000
31.    The ancient city of Pompeii was uncovered in    .
A)    1548
B)    1848
+C)    1748
D)    1648
32.    The eruption of the volcano was    for a young Roman.
A)    a common event
B)    a delightful sight
C)    a city noise
+D)    a frightful sight

1.    The plural form for 'sheep' is    .
A)    ship
B)    sheepen
+C)    sheep
D)    sheepes
2.    She asked: "Would you like    banana?
A)    those
+B)    a
C)    -
D)    the
3. Robert is a    name.
A)    mans
B)    mans's
+C)    man's
D)    mans'
4- I'd like    sandwich, please.
A)    an
B)    the
C)    any
+D)    a
5.    This real estate is sold at unbelievably____price
+A)    lower
B)    lowest
C)    the lowest
D)    much low

6.    in him overweighs the bad.
+A)    the good
B)    goodest
C)    Most good
D)    gooder
7.    There were 375 people in the square.
A)    Three and seventy five
B)    Three seven five
C)    Three hundred seventy five
+D)    Three hundred and seventy five
8.    Aluminum is about 3.5 times lighter than copper
A)    three fives
B)    three point fifth
C)    third point five
+D)    three point five
9.    Fine (adjective) -    (adverb)
A)    finer
B)    final
C)    finest
+D)    finely

10.    Amina-shopping-never-Sunday-on-goes
A)    Amina goes never shopping on Sunday.
+B)     Amina never goes shopping on Sunday,
C)    Amina never goes on Sunday shopping.
D)    Never Amina shopping goes on Sunday.
11.    She didn't want him to pay for her. She wanted to pay for
A)    myself    r y
+B)    herself
C)    themselves
D)    yourself
12.    Have you eaten both___ pieces
A)    they
B)    its
C)    that
+D)    those
13. I have    to tell you.
A)    anything
B)    somebody
C)    everything
+D)    something

13.______  can speak all the languages in the world
A)    Anybody
+B)    Nobody
C)    Any
D)    Some
15.    Choose the right verb form:
Looking out of the window, we saw that a large number of policemen ____standing around the building.
+A)    were
B)    have been
C)    will be
D)    are
16.    Choose the correct verb form:
Harry_____very hard this term. He's sure to fail his exam!
+A)    hasn't studied
B)    has studied
C)    hasn't studies
D)    has been studied
17.    Choose the correct verb form:
Look at those black clouds. It    .
A)    will be raining
B)    would rain
C)    is going raining
+D)    is going to rain
18.    Paul and Karen    from them while they were on holiday.
A)    were stolen their money
B)    had stolen all their money
+C)    had all their money stolen
D)    were all their money stolen
19.    Choose the correct modal verb:
You seldom go out. You    take walks more often.
+A)    should
B)    will best
C)    had better
D)    will better
20.    Choose the correct verb form:
I enjoyed applying for jobs, but I didn't dare ... that I would get one.
A)    hoping
B)    have hoped
+C)    to hope
D)    to hoping
21.    The others insisted    accompanying them.
+A)    on
B)    by
C)    at
D)    for
22.    Choose the correct verb form:
    . the goods arrived in good condition.
+B) Being packed 
C) Packed 
D) Having packs
23.    She arrived    Victoria Station half an hour later.
A)    by
B)    in
C)    for
+D)    at
24.1    prefer driving    travelling by train.
A)    with
+B)    to
C)    on
D)    for

25.I was hungry____I did't eat on the plane. The food didn't look appetizing.
A)    neither 
B     while 
C)    and 
+D)      but
26.    Choose the right word:
They live on a busy road.    must be a lot of noise from the traffic.
A)    They
B)    its
+C)    it’
D)    When
27.    She'll stay with us as long as her family can do without her.
How long         with us?
A)    will she have stayed
B)    does she stayed
C)    will she stayed
+D)    will she stay
28.    Complete the sentence:
Mike plays volleyball well;    but not as well as Mike.
A)    his also brother plays football
B)    his brother also plays football
C)    also his brother plays football
+D)    brother plays his football also
29.    Complete the sentence:
If you press this button, the engine    
A)    would stop
+B)    stops
C)    will stopped
D)    stopped
30.    Choose the correct answer:
This child    for his classes.
A)    is late often
B)    late is often
C)    often late is
+D)    is often late
31.    Change into reported speech:
He: "Where's the airport?"
A)    He said to me where the airport was.
B)    He asks to me where the airport was.
C)    He asked me where was the airport,
+D)    He asked me where the airport was.

32.    Choose the correct answer:
We    of it.
+A)    have never heard
B)    have never hear
C)    had ever heard
D)    has never heard
1.    Jenny was wearing a    •
A)    pair of jeans
+B)    long dress
C)    beautiful sweater
D)    white blouse
2.    Everyone in the Students' Centre    .
A)    got angry
B)    got happy
C)    cheered up
+D)    liked Forrest play
3.    That night Forrest visited Bubba because    .
A)    he had wanted to meet him for months
B)    they studied in the same group
C)    they had acquainted before
+D)    he heard him playing harmonica
4.    Bubba asked, 'Where did you learn to play like that?' after    .
+A)    some minutes
B)    a long time
C)    an hour
D)    a month
5.    Jenny laughed and    .
A)    went away without him
+B)    went on singing along with him
C)    introduced him to her group
D)    stopped the concert
6.    Suddenly Forrest found he    with Jenny's group.
A)    was crying
B)    wanted to meet
C)    could not stay
+D)    was playing his harmonica
7.    Jenny was interested    Forrest had learnt playing the harmonica.
A)    how long
+B)    where
C)    when
D)    why
8.    The author     how he learnt to play the harmonica.
+A)    did not know
B)    disliked to tell
C)    liked to tell
D)    did not want to tell
9.    When Forrest came to Bubba's room,    .
A)    Bubba did not let him in
B)    they had a nice long talk
C)    he asked Bubba how to play the harmonica
+D)    he listened to him play the harmonica for an hour
10.    The Students' Centre was    when the author came there.
A)    closed
+B)    crowded
C)    quiet
D)    dark
11.    When they heard Forrest play with them, Jenny's group    
A)    got angry
B)    got happy
C)    went away
+D)    stopped for a while
12.    The author went to the Students' Centre on    .
A)    Tuesday night
B)    Monday morning
C)    Sunday afternoon
+D)    Friday night
13.    All statements are not true, except    
A)    a penguin helped ships many years ago.
B)    an optimistic passenger helped ships many years ago
+C)    a life-saver dolphin could not read or write, had no training and worked for nothing.
D)    a dolphin with special trainings guided ships through dangerous waters
14.    Jack was shot by the drank passenger in
A)    1921
B)    1913
C)    1902
+D)    1903
15.    The story is about    
A)    a sailor that threw a passenger into the sea
B)    a dolphin that helped ships in 1912
+C)    a dolphin that helped ships many years ago.
D)    a penguin that helped ships many years ago.
16.    All statements are true, except    
+A)    Jack left the French Pass after he was shot forever.
B)    Jack never guided the Penguin again after the shot.
C)    The sailors wanted to throw drank passenger into the sea for shooting Jack.
D)    drank passenger's shot was not fatal
17.    The swimmer and navigator,    first appeared at the end of the 19th
A)    Penguin
B)    French Pass
+C)    Jack
D)    a drank passenger
18.    All statements are not true, except    
A)    a dolphin guided ships through dangerous waters for more than twenty years
B)    a penguin helped ships many years ago.
C)    a passenger on board helped a dolphin to guide ships through dangerous waters
+D)    a statue was erected to Jack's memory on the beach of Wellington.
19.    All statements are not true, except    
A)    a dolphin with special trainings guided ships through dangerous waters
B)    a life-saver dolphin could read and write, had special trainings to guide
+C)    Jack met passing ships to show them safe channel through the Pass.
D)    a dolphin needed ships to reach the safe entrance to French Pass
20.    The sailors were angry and wanted to throw     into the sea.
A)    Penguin
B)    French Pass
+C)    a drank passenger
D)    a captain
21.    A few years later the     hit some underwater rocks in the Pass and
was lost.
A)    a drank passenger
+B)    Penguin
C)    a dolphin
D)    French Pass
22.    A statue was erected to    memory on the beach of Wellington.
+A)    a dolphin's
B)    a drank passenger's
C)    Penguin's
D)    a captain's
23.    Which statement is incorrect?
A)    a dolphin navigated'ships many years ago.
B)    a dolphin helped ships many years ago.
C)    a dolphin acted as a swimmer and navigator for the ships.
+D)    a passenger on board helped ships many years ago.
24.    Which statement is correct?
+A)    Jack was not trained to guide ships through French Pass
B)    Last twenty years Jack guided ships through dangerous waters.
C)    Jack was trained to guide ships through French Pass
D)    Jack first appeared at the end of the twentieth century

25.    London was a city of narrow and dirty streets in    century.
A)    the 1 5th
B)    the 1 4th
C)    the 1 8th
+D)    the 1 7th
26.    in the middle of the 17th century London was    .
A)    a city of new buildings
+B)    a city of narrow, dirty streets
C)    a city of fresh air
D)    a city of wide, clean streets
27.    John Evelyn was    .
A)    a person who never made a mistake
B)    a person who stopped the fire
+C)    a person who saw the terrible fire with his own eyes
D)    a person who does not eat meat
28.            of the city was destroyed by the fire.
A)    The whole part
B)    The second part
+C)    The greater part
D)    The small part

29.    Among the buildings destroyed by the fire was    .
A)    Westminster Abbey
B)    Big Ben
C)    London Bridge
+D)    the old church of St. Paul
30.    The greatest epidemic of the plague broke out    .
A)    in 1563
+B)    in 1665
C)    in 1668
D)    in 1 565
31.        took part in rebuilding the city.
A)    John Evelyn
B)    A famous sculpture
C)    John Galsworthy
+D)    Christopher Wren
32.    The Great Fire broke out late on a Saturday night in a street not far from
+A)    London Bridge
B)    St. Paul's Cathedral
C)    Houses of Parliament
D)    Big Ben
33.    The words: "Reader, if you want to see his monument, look around"
written on    grave.
+A)    Wren's
B)    Evelyn's
C)    John's
D)    Paul's
34.    The greatest epidemic of the plague broke out
A)    in 1563
B)    in 1663
C)    in 1668
D)    in 1665
35.    The summer had been    , a hot east wind blew and the fire spread
A)    cool
B)    foggy
C)    wet
+D)    dry
36.    Christopher Wren was    .
A)    the famous photographer
B)    a well-known writer
+C)    the famous architect of that day
D)    a popular artist




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