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6. What did Mr Gold have difficulty with in the past?


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A) Getting up early in the morning.

B) Getting to sleep at night.

C) Giving up smoking.

D) Running.

E) Finding good cigarettes.

7. Mr Gold told about his secret plan to ... .

A) a neighbour

B) his wife

C) his friend

D) an actor

E) nobody

8. The reason for Mr Gold's frequent colds and throat infections was .. · ·

A) his old and cold house

B) cold weather of London

C) living near the sea

D) smoking a lot

E) bad heating system

9. Mr Gold had problems because he ... .

A) smoked 3 or 4 cigarettes a day

B) was very lazy

C) smoked a lot

D) hated smoking

E) couldn't touch his toes

10. Mr Gold stopped smoking on ...

A) t •1July

B) 3d June

C) 3d July

D) 1•1June

E) at the end of July


11. Edwards Marks works ........ .. days a week.

A) 4

B) 2

C) 6

D) 3

E) 5

12. Margaret Lloyd's main duty is ··· ·

A) to manage booking

B) to oversee training

C) to meet guests

D) to prevent injuries

E) to supervise equipment

13. Booking for the Club equipment is made by ··· ·

A) James Todd

B) Sean Bond and James Todd

C) Edward Marks

D) Sean Bond

E) Margaret Lloyd

14. The notice-board contains ... ·

A) photographs

B) photographs of the Club members

C) different pictures

D) contact details

E) necessary information

15. Sean Bond supervises . .. .

A) oversee training

B) booking . t

C) computers and electrical eqmpmen

D) meeting guests

E) preventing injuries


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16. The weekly radio programme is on ... .

A) local news items

B) news about the Royal family

C) educational issues

D) topics suggested by listeners

E) listeners' hobbies

17. When people want to give their opinion on a new stamp, ... .

A) they go to the meeting

B) they write to the local newspaper

C) they discuss it in the family

D) they write to the Royal family

E) they write to the post office

18. The production ofa stamp in Australia is as long as ... .

A) up to two years

B) two weeks

C) two hours

D) up to two month

E) two days

19. The speaker suggests that ... .

A) stamps play an important role in our lives.

B) stamps should reflect a nation's character

C) too much attention is devoted to stamp production



D) very little attention is devoted to the stamp production

E) a stamp is only a receipt for postage


21. I was sorry for her . . . I tried to help her.

A) because

B) whether

C) after

D) so

E) so that

22. He was received with respect ... he felt awkward.

A) nevertheless

B) thus

C) by the by

D) and besides

E) in other words

23. The helicopter took half an hour to see ... where Rebecca was but in the end it managed to reach her.

A) exactly

B) exactily

C) in exact

D) exact

E) with exact

24. Sl1e spoke very quietly, . .. nobody could hear a word.

A) as if

B) while

C) so that

D) because of

E) as long as


20. The main policy in Australian and British stamps design is that

A) no living ordinary person can ever appear on a stamp

B) no animals can ever appear on a stamp

C) no members of the Royal family can ever appear on a stamp

D) only animals can ever appear on a stamp

E) only kangaroos can ever appear on a stamp

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friend's birthday?

A) Sometimes

B) Never

C) Ever

D) Yet

E) Since



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26. The woman was glad to recover her bag ... she thought was lost.

A) what

B) which

C) since

D) when

E) but

27. Don't cry, speak ... if you want to tell me something important.

A) in quiet

B) with quiet

C) quiet

D) quiety

E) quietly

28. .... I came to a register, the clerk told me to come back in a week.

A) before

B) but

C) when

D) though

E) and

29. . ... Jerry lost the race, he was very disappointed.

A) although

B) when

C) until

D) though

E) however

30. They are too late to get into the concert now . .. the doors have already been closed.

A) because

B) till

C) what

D) that

E) nevertheless


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31. The thoughtless daughter has been stricken with grief ... her mother died.



A) while

B) before

C) since

D) until

E) what

32. Choose the right variant:

A) I will go to see you ifl could find time

B) I would go to see you if I could find time

C) Iwould go to see you if Ican find time

D) Iwould gone to see you ifI could find time

E) I would have gone to see you if I could find time

33. Choose the right variant: ·

A) If I had any free time now or tomorrow, I should had done the work myself

B) fl have any free time now or tomorrow, Ishould have done the work

myself

C) fl have any free time now or tomorrow, Ishould do the work myself

D) IfI had had any free time now or tomorrow, I should do the work myself

E) Ifl had any free time now or tomorrow, I should do the work myself

34. Choose the right variant of Plural: Applause.

A) applauses

B) applausae

C) applausea

D) applausis

E) applause

35. Choose the right variant:

A) I wish I have thought of it before. It's a good idea

B) I have wished I thought of it before. It's a good idea

C) I wish I had thought of it before. It's a good idea

D) I had wished I thought of it before. It's a good idea

E) I wished I thought of it before. It's a good idea


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36. Find the plural form: Tempo.

A) tempii

B) tempaes

C) tempo

D) tempi

E) tempae

37. Find the plural form: Cherub .

A) cherubi

B) cherubum

C) cherubes

D) cherubim

E) cherubos

38. The n:une "Scotland Yard" originates from the plot ofland adjoining thall Palace where, in about the ...-th century, the royalty and

nob1hty of Scotland stayed when visiting the English Court A) 15 .

B) l4

C) 13

D) l6

E) 12

39. The first inhabitants of North America were ... .

A) Indians and Spaniards

B) Indians and Englishmen

C) Mexicans and Dutch

D) Dutch and Indians

E) Indians and Eskimos

40. Ott CKa3all, 'HO omt nepeexanH B .nepeBmo 3a ,!lBa ro,11a ,11o 3TOro

A) He said they had moved to the country two years before ·

B) He said they have moved to the country two years befor

C) He said they moved to the country two years ago ·

D) He sad they moved to the country two years befre.

E) He said they had been moving to the country two years befiore.


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t 1. Most of the old New Year customs take place in Scotland, beginning with ''.first-footing", in which the first person to enter the house in the New

Year must be ... .

A) an old man

B) a priest ·

C) a fair-haired woman

D) a dark-haired man

E) a child

42. Martha ... she would be late for the meeting. She ... she was feeling ill.

A) told to me that .. . said to me that.

B) told me that ... said that

C) tell that ... say that

D) told me that ... said me that

E) told that . .. said me that

43. "It is my suitcase", the girl said.

A) The girl said it was hers suitcase.

B) The girl told it is her suitcase.

C) The girl said it is my suitcase.

D) The girl said it was her suitcase.

E) The girl tells it was her suitcase.

44. "Please don't come back very late", Peter said to his son

A) Peter asked his son that he not to come back very late.

8) Peter asked his son not to come back very late.

C) Peter asked his son don't come back very late.

D) Peter asked his son not come very late

E) Peter asked his son to come back very late.

45. Choose the preposition , which completes the sentence best'. What are you laughing_?

A) at

B) over

C) on

D) up

E) above




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