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Global English

Global English exists as a political and cultural reality. Many misguided theories attempt to explain

why the English language should have succeeded internationally, whilst (46) . have not. It is because

there is (47) . inherently logical or beautiful about the structure of English? Does its simple grammar

(48) . it easy to learn? Such ideas are misconceived. Latin was once a major international language,

despite having a complicated grammatical structure, and English also presents learners (49) . all

manner of real difficulties, (50) . least its spelling system. Ease (51) . learning, therefore, has little to

(52) . with it. (53) . all, children learn to speak their mother tongue in approximately the same

period of time, (54) . of their language.

English has spread not so (55) . for linguistic reasons, but rather because it has often found (56) . in

the right place, at the right time. (57) . the 1960s, two major developments have contributed to

strengthening this global status. Firstly, in a number of countries, English is now used in addition to

national or regional languages. As (58) . as this, an electronic revolution has taken (59) . . It is

estimated that (60) . the region of 80% of worldwide electronic communication is now in English.

46/A others B people C those D many men

47/ A anything B something C many things D everything

48/ A let B enable C allow D make

49/ A to B with C on D at

50/ A at B in C not D with

51/ A in B of C with D at

52/ A do B make C take D get

53/ A after B at C with D in

54/ A in spite B respectively C regardless D whatever

55/ A far B much C as D that

56/ A itself B power C convenience D strength

57/ A During B In C For D Since

58/ A long B well C much D far

59/ A into B place C on D up

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1 In charge of compiling and editing: English box of Olympia forum Any copy of this test without Olympia forum logo is strongly disapproved and prohibited. Practice test for University Entrance (No. 1) I Choose a word which has different pronunciation from the others 1/ A captain B women C invitation D permanent 2 A personality B persona C personal D personable 3 A prank B singer C penguin D pencil 4 A envision B solution C usual D television 5 A paid B said C plagiarize D plane II Choose a word which has different stress from the others 6 A personify B intimacy C patience D tolerate 7 A sulfur B nitrogen C dehydrate D oxygen 8 A evaporate B laboratory C organic D stimulus 9 A temporary B systemize C neighborhood D biochemist 10 A facsimile B recipe C reasonable D corporate III Choose a word that best fits the blank 11 – I didn’t see Tommy at the party last night. - Oh, there was a chocolate fair in the mall. A chocoholic like him____there. A would have gone B was C must have been D can have gone 12 You promised to have a day off and go camping with us and you were at work until midnight this Sunday. I would rather you_______ your word. A keep B would have kept C had kept D kept 13 The rumors go that Jason will be arrested. He is said_____a bloody robbery. A to take part in B to join in C to have joined in D to have taken part in 14 There was a _____debate over whether the entrance of the university exam should be _______ A hot/ refused B heated/ abolished C warm/ cancelled D strong/ denied 15 Not only____a good physician but also a talented violist A she is famous as B she appears to be C appears as she is D is she known as 16 If you are a _______ person, you must be afraid of number 13, black cat, walking under the ladder, etc. A superfluous B superstitious C superficial D supernatural 17 He is a sanguine person. He always looks on the bright side. A pessimistic B hopeless C optimistic D merciless 18 Not only____a good physician but also a talented violist. A she is famous as B she appears to be C appears as she is D is she known as 2 In charge of compiling and editing: English box of Olympia forum Any copy of this test without Olympia forum logo is strongly disapproved and prohibited. 19 They looked worried and ______when the boss passed by. A broke down B broke up C broke out D broke off 20 The law of owning guns is supposed to be ________in 10th September. A brought in B brought out C brought off D brought over. 21 Technology is advancing so quickly that machine becomes____almost overnight A obsolete B archaic C stale D second-hand 22 They thought they could deceive me but they were wrong. I could________. A see them through B see through them C see them off D see off them 23 Unfortunately she only had a _____idea of what her husband was doing A abstruse B blurred C vague D transparent 24 Every woman who has enough criteria can join the beauty contest irrespective of their background A regardless of B in consideration of C under guarantee D on account of 25 He gives orders to everyone in the office as if he _________the manager. A would be C were C was D had been IV Find an error in a sentence 26 The twentieth century sees many breakthroughs in genetics which will help a lot in the A B C attempt to prolonging human life. D 27 Nicole Kidman , who received an Oscar prize for her excellent character in The Hour, A B is having a happy life with her later husband Keith Urban. C D 28 Among the great moments in twentieth century history, the toppling of the Berlin Wall A B by East Germans are probably seen by them as one of the most felicitous. C D 29 When it was first inaugurated in 1889, Eiffel Tower was seen as an eyesore and A supposed to be last only in 20 years after that. B C D 30 Earliest kimonos were heavily influenced by Chinese clothing and went through A B extensivecultural adoptions between China and Japan before they have reached their own C D shape as today. V Writing 3 In charge of compiling and editing: English box of Olympia forum Any copy of this test without Olympia forum logo is strongly disapproved and prohibited. A Sentence Completion 31 The British considered__________ A it is impolite to interrupt a visitor even after the business has been transacted B it impolite to interrupt a visitor even after the business has been transacted C that it impolite to interrupt a visitor even after the business has been transacted D as it is impolite to interrupt a visitor even after the business has been transacted 32________ that security of Statue of Liberty is much more tightened up A That is after the 11-9 event B Because of the 11-9 event C It is after the 11-9 event D It is all for the 11-9 event 33 __________, I couldn’t reach the shelf A I try hard, though, B As much as I tried hard C No matter how hard I tried D Much less hard how I tried 34 In Middle East, it is no surprise to see A others to storm into your office in the middle of your conversation with someone else. B others are storming into your office in the middle of your conversation with someone else. C others storm into your office in the middle of your conversation with someone else. D others that storming into your office in the middle of your conversation with someone else. 35 This university is said to be _________in this town. A at the lead B in the summit C becoming initial D second to none 36 _Would you mind passing me some chopsticks? _ ___________ A Thank you B Certainly C I wouldn’t D Yes, I would 37 _ My parents got divorced when I was 5 _ _________ A How did it happened? B They shouldn’t do that. C Oh, I’m sorry. D You must have been shocked 4 In charge of compiling and editing: English box of Olympia forum Any copy of this test without Olympia forum logo is strongly disapproved and prohibited. 38 _ _______________ _ Nothing special. A Your dress is beautiful. B Congratulations! C How is thing going on? D What made you behave like that? 39 _ Pete has been laid off. _ __________ A How come? B He should work hard C What a pity! D I’m sorry 40 _ Hello, I’d like to speak with Mrs Smith. _ __________ A Who are you? B Hang on, please, I will put you through. C Sure D Off course you can B Sentence Transformation 41 Peter fell short of his parents’ expectations. A Contrary to what his parents had expected, he fell B He fell sooner than his parents had expected C He failed to reach his parents’ expectations D He made his parents disappointed 42 In some fields of industry, labour force has totally given way to highly technical machine A labour force has totally been out of place. B labour force has totally get out of the way of some fields of industry C highly technical machine has totally taken place of labour force D highly technical machine has been on the way of labour force 43 Judy was at her wit’s end when she found out that her husband had not been in his office the previous night A Judy was not clever anymore B Judy couldn’t think quickly of anything C Judy was so worried to know what to do D Judy couldn’t keep her self aware of anything 44 Right after Helen went out for tea, David came by her house. A No sooner had Helen went out for tea then David came by her house. B Hardly had Helen went out for tea than David came by her house. C No sooner had Helen went out for tea when David came by her house. D Hardly had Helen went out for tea when David came by her house. 5 In charge of compiling and editing: English box of Olympia forum Any copy of this test without Olympia forum logo is strongly disapproved and prohibited. 45 You have to finish your homework if you want to go to the party. A Finish your homework, you can go to the party. B Unless you finish your homework, you can go to the party. C Finish your homework, otherwise you can go to the party. D Finish your homework, or else you cannot go to the party. VI Cloze Global English Global English exists as a political and cultural reality. Many misguided theories attempt to explain why the English language should have succeeded internationally, whilst (46) ... have not. It is because there is (47) ... inherently logical or beautiful about the structure of English? Does its simple grammar (48) ... it easy to learn? Such ideas are misconceived. Latin was once a major international language, despite having a complicated grammatical structure, and English also presents learners (49) ... all manner of real difficulties, (50) ... least its spelling system. Ease (51) ... learning, therefore, has little to (52) ... with it. (53) ... all, children learn to speak their mother tongue in approximately the same period of time, (54) ... of their language. English has spread not so (55) ... for linguistic reasons, but rather because it has often found (56) ... in the right place, at the right time. (57) ... the 1960s, two major developments have contributed to strengthening this global status. Firstly, in a number of countries, English is now used in addition to national or regional languages. As (58) ... as this, an electronic revolution has taken (59) ... . It is estimated that (60) ... the region of 80% of worldwide electronic communication is now in English. 46/A others B people C those D many men 47/ A anything B something C many things D everything 48/ A let B enable C allow D make 49/ A to B with C on D at 50/ A at B in C not D with 51/ A in B of C with D at 52/ A do B make C take D get 53/ A after B at C with D in 54/ A in spite B respectively C regardless D whatever 55/ A far B much C as D that 56/ A itself B power C convenience D strength 57/ A During B In C For D Since 58/ A long B well C much D far 59/ A into B place C on D up 6 In charge of compiling and editing: English box of Olympia forum Any copy of this test without Olympia forum logo is strongly disapproved and prohibited. 60/ A of B in C on D about VII Reading If a couple decides to divorce, a number of major transitions of lifestyle and outlook have to be made. A series of interviews which Robert Weiss carried out with divorced men and women in the US showed a definite 'trajectory of divorce' (Weiss, 1976). Women suffer from a divorce far more than men on an economic level, but the process of psychological and social adjustment seems similar for both sexes. In the majority of instances Weiss studied, the respect and liking a couple may have felt for one another disappears some while before they separate. At the same time, a sense of being bound emotionally to the other person persists. Thus even though a couple may row bitterly just before parting, they tend to experience what Weiss calls separation distress. The sudden absence of the spouse creates feelings of anxiety and panic. A minority of individuals however have an opposite experience - a feeling of euphoria in response to being free and able to deal with their lives on their own. 61 What is the main idea of the passage A Outlook made when considering the divorce B Stress received during divorce C Negative effects caused by divorce D Disruption of life when having divorce 62 In this passage, what can be called ‘trajectory of divorce’ A an improvement in earnings B enhancement in respect towards each other C endless happiness D forthcoming worry and dismay 63 The common feeling when people get divorced is that A They feel a loss of something which was familiar with them and this leads to a temporary shock B They feel a short-termed happiness and then feel depressed. C They feel an exasperation because they lose an economic source D They feel an ease because the divorce helps to stop all the row and gives them chance to start their lives again. 64 This passage may be found in A A psychological book B A magazine expertise in consulting marriage C A leaflet protesting divorce 7 In charge of compiling and editing: English box of Olympia forum Any copy of this test without Olympia forum logo is strongly disapproved and prohibited. D An introduction of a lecture on history of divorce 65 The best title for this passage is A How to come over a break up B After-divorced emotional state C Making research with divorced people D What is waiting for you in divorce A recent trend in California restaurants shows new eating habits among those out to have an interesting dining experience. Appetizer seem to be the name of the game as dinner turn away from the more traditional three-course meal in favour of smaller snacks sampled in various different types of restaurants, bars and upmarket cafes. In this way, in the course of an evening out, you might go to a restaurant for a tasty bite to eat at one end of town, to a bar with some live music at the other end, then for a coffee, and finally back to the restaurant for a further appetizer Reasons for this trend are the fact that so many different type of food and special atmosphere, combined with the increased sophistication in the type of snacks being offered. Gone are the greasy cheese sticks of the old days, when appetizers were not really taken seriously. Some favourite snacks of the moment are slices of spicy pizza, creamy fish-based dishes such as shrimp cocktail, crispy crab cakes and, of course, pasta of all shapes and sizes Prices for appetizers don’t amount to as much compared to a full meal, however, their new popularity has meant that they are by no means as cheap as they used to be. Certainly, for that special occasion, a meal in a nice restaurant, complete with musical accompaniment on the piano, is hard to beat. However, if we see that this trend for ‘butterfly eating’- moving around several different places in one evening-continues then all the traditional-style restaurants may well have to provide their own appetizer bars as well 66 How are eating habit changing A People are eating out more B California restaurants are becoming more popular C Most people eat less than they used to D A full restaurant meal is losing popularity 67 Al the places with serve appetizers A have much the same menu B have their own particular identity C have live music D attract sophisticated diners 68 If you go out for an evening of appetizers you are likely to A need transport B eat to much spicy food 8 In charge of compiling and editing: English box of Olympia forum Any copy of this test without Olympia forum logo is strongly disapproved and prohibited. C spend more than you would for a full meal D eat meat 69 What does increased sophistication in the first sentence of paragraph 2 mean? A serving bigger portions B using healthier ingredients C charging more food D offering better quality and variety 70 Appetizers used to be seen as A relatively unimportant B a waste of money C a cheap meal D a healthy meal America online America online is one of the big names on the internet, and unlike many other digital companies, it actually makes a profit. But the company which its rivals call the ‘Cyber-cockroach’ was launched only in 1992. Before that it was a small firm called Control Video games. Then Steve Case, a former Pizza Hut marketing executive arrived and took the company online. Innovative, fast moving and user-friendly, America Online appeals to people who want to surf the internet, but who more do not have a lot of experience. For the same reason techies, people who think they are more expert with computers, look down on America Online and its users. Recently, America Online or (AOL, as it calls itself) joined with Time Warner- a multi-million dollar movie and magazine company – to create a multimedia giant. Now, AOL has begun to expand aboard. In many European countries, including the United Kingdom, it is hard to buy a company magazine that does not have a free AOL introductory offer. The company also puts advertisements onto the television, and employs people to hand out its free introductory disks at places like train stations. As the internet gets faster AOL is changing. With many homes getting high-speed connection through fiber optic cables or the new ADSL technology, the ‘Cyber-cockroach’ will have to show that, like real cockroach, it can survive in almost any environment 71/ What is the passage about A A computer company B A Software company C An internet company D A video company 72/ Who does Steve Case work for A AOL B Pizza Hut C Control Video Corporation D None of these 73 How do ‘techies’ feel about America Online 9 In charge of compiling and editing: English box of Olympia forum Any copy of this test without Olympia forum logo is strongly disapproved and prohibited. A They think it is a ‘Cyber-cockroach’. B They think it is for experts. C They think it is a movie and a magazine company. D They feel superior to its users. 74 People who use America Online are probably A Video game players B Techies C Movie fans D People new to the internet 75 America Online is an unusual digital company because A It is used to make video games. B It is innovative. C It makes money D It has joined another company. 76 Which marketing idea is not mentioned? A Advertisements on the internet B Advertisements on TV C Free disks in journals D People giving disks away. 77 What does the article say about AOL’s future? A It will do well B It will do badly C It will face challenge D The article doesn’t say 78 The passage is about A Technology B A history of the Internet C Computer user D A successful business 79 ‘Cyber-cockroach’ is A America Online B its rival C the internet D All is wrong 80 The word optic means A light B eye C communication D thread 10 In charge of compiling and editing: English box of Olympia forum Any copy of this test without Olympia forum logo is strongly disapproved and prohibited.

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