PART I STRUCTURE AND VOCABULARY (20%)
1. Smith is to study medicine as soon as he ____ military service.
A. will finish
B. has finished
D. would finish
2. He was laid _____ for six weeks with we broken ribs.
3. He _______ to be affected by many things.
4."Did you remember to giver Anne the money you own her.
"Yes, ______ I saw her, I remembered."
D. the instant
4. _______ the formation of the sun, the planets and other stars began with the consideration of an interstellar cloud.
A. It accepted that
B. Accepted that
C. It is accepted that
D. That is accepted
6. He is a man __ no one has a better right to speak.
B. to whom
C. than who
D. than whom
7.______ would have known the answer.
A. Clever anyone
B. Anyone clever
C. Anyone is clever
D. Clever is anyone
8. Why are you still smoking? You _______.
A. should have given up it
B. should have given it up
C. ought to have given up it
D. should given it up
9. No visitor or relative can enter the patient's room unless _____ by the doctor.
A. they are invited
B. he is invited
D. been invited
10. The sick _______and the lost _____.
A. have cured; have found
B. has cured; has found
C. have been cured; have been found
D.has been cured; has been found
11. Human behavior is mostly a product of learning, ______the behavior of animal depends mainly on instinct.
12. Mumps ____ a very common disease which usually affects children.
13. The _____largest state is, and has been since Alaska's admission into the Union, Califoria.
C. first third
14. ________ the surface of metal, but also weakens it.
A. Not only does rust corrode
B. Not only rust corrode
C. Rust, which not only corrodes
D. Rust not only corrodes
15. It's nice to go for a walk __ a summer evening.
16. "Are these two issues settled?"
"No, they still were _____ conflict."
17. "Did the medicine make you feel better?"
"No, ______ the worse I feel."
A. taking more medicine
B. the most medicine I take
C. the more medicine I take
D. when I take more medicine
18. His health is _________.
A. as poor, if not poorer than, his sister
B. poor as his sisters if not poorer
C. as poor as, if not poorer than, his sister's
D. as poor, if not poorer than his sister's
19. Susanne had worked for three years to be a computer analyst but found her progress ________.
A. discouraging and unsatisfied
B. discourageable and dissatisfaction
C. discouraging an dissatisfaction
D. unsatisfactory and discouraging
20. That definition leaves _____ for disagreement.
A. much room
B. a small room
C. great deal room
D. not so big a room
PART II READING COMPREHENSION (50%)
There's no place like homeHere are you , at home in Jamaica in your very own villa, all pastelsand privacy.
With Evangeline to spoil you: she's going shopping soon, to surprise you with a lobster for dinner. Madly extravagant? Not at all.There are hundreds of villas for rent, all over Jamaica. Bring your family, or share one with your best friends and the cost becomes inc_reasingly attractive. A d what nicer way to experience the bountiful wonders of Jamaica than to have your own special place to return to e_ach evening where you can sit back with a ruin punch, talk about tomo_rrow, and to yourself, "There's no place like home."Make it Jamaica. Again.
21. "Villa" in this advertisement refers to a ________.
A. boarding house
B. mud hut
C. log cabin
D. small house
22. "Madly extravagant" in this advertisement means _______.
A. very cheap
B. fairly cheap
C. very expensive
D. fairly expensive
23. The advertisement implies that you _______.
A. enjoy sightseeing in foreign places
B. don't have to spend a lot of money
C. may require entertainment by well-known singers.
D. need a lot of excitement on your vacation.
24. The advertisement appeals to the reader's need for ______.
A. quiet pleasure
B. delicious food
D. all of the above
25. "Bountiful" means _________.