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• 1.

### Water _____ at a temperature of 0° C.

• A.

Be freezing

• B.

Is freezing

• C.

Freezes

C. Freezes
Explanation
Water freezes at a temperature of 0°C.

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• 2.

### In some countries _____ dark all the time in winter.

• A.

There is

• B.

Is

• C.

It is

C. It is
Explanation
In some countries, it is dark all the time in winter. This means that during the winter season, these countries experience extended periods of darkness throughout the day.

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• 3.

### In hot countries people wear light clothes _____ cool.

• A.

For keeping

• B.

To keep

• C.

For to keep

B. To keep
Explanation
People wear light clothes in hot countries to keep cool.

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• 4.

• A.

The good

• B.

Good

• C.

A good

B. Good
• 5.

### Most Mediterranean countries are _____ in October than in April.

• A.

More warm

• B.

The more warm

• C.

Warmer

C. Warmer
Explanation
In this question, we are comparing the temperature in October and April in Mediterranean countries. The correct answer "warmer" indicates that the temperature is higher in October compared to April. This suggests that as the seasons progress from April to October, the weather gets progressively warmer in these countries.

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• 6.

### Parts of Australia don,t have _____ rain for long periods.

• A.

The

• B.

Some

• C.

Any

C. Any
Explanation
Parts of Australia don't have any rain for long periods means that there is no rain at all in those areas for extended periods of time.

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• 7.

• A.

It is

• B.

There is

• C.

It has

B. There is
• 8.

### Climate is very important in _____ people's lives.

• A.

Most

• B.

Of most

• C.

The most

A. Most
Explanation
Climate plays a significant role in shaping people's lives. It affects various aspects such as agriculture, economy, health, and lifestyle choices. Therefore, it can be said that climate is very important in most people's lives.

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• 9.

### Even now there is _____ we can do to control the weather.

• A.

Little

• B.

Few

• C.

Less

A. Little
Explanation
The correct answer is "little". This means that there is not much we can do to control the weather. "Few" refers to a small number of things, "less" refers to a smaller amount of something, but "little" refers to a small amount of something uncountable, like control over the weather.

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• 10.

### In the future _____ to get a lot of power from the sun and the wind.

• A.

We'll need

• B.

We are needing

• C.

We can need

A. We'll need
Explanation
In the future, we will need to get a lot of power from the sun and the wind. This implies that in order to meet the energy demands in the future, it will be necessary to rely heavily on renewable sources such as solar and wind power.

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• 11.

### Pele is still perhaps _____ famous footballer in the world.

• A.

Most

• B.

The most

• C.

The more

B. The most
Explanation
Pele is still perhaps the most famous footballer in the world. This means that Pele is considered to be the most well-known or renowned football player when compared to all other football players in the world.

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• 12.

### He _____ born in 1940.

• A.

• B.

Is

• C.

Was

C. Was
Explanation
The correct answer is "was". This is because the sentence is talking about a specific point in the past when the person was born, so the past tense "was" is the appropriate verb to use.

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• 13.

### His mother _____ him to be a footballer.

• A.

Not want

• B.

Wasn't wanting

• C.

Didn't want

C. Didn't want
Explanation
The correct answer is "didn't want" because it is the past tense of "do not want" and fits grammatically in the sentence. It indicates that the mother had a lack of desire or intention for her son to become a footballer.

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• 14.

### But he _____ to watch his father play.

• A.

Used

• B.

Ought

• C.

Has used

A. Used
Explanation
The correct answer is "used" because it is the past tense form of the verb "use." In this sentence, the word "used" is used to indicate that the person mentioned in the sentence watched his father play in the past.

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• 15.

### His father _____ practise every day.

• A.

• B.

• C.

Would make him to

Explanation
The correct answer is "made him." This is the correct answer because "made him" is the correct verb phrase to complete the sentence. The verb "made" is used to indicate that the subject's father forced or compelled him to practice every day.

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• 16.

### He learned to use _____ his right.

• A.

Or his left foot or

• B.

And his left foot and

• C.

Both his left foot and

C. Both his left foot and
Explanation
The correct answer is "both his left foot and". This means that he learned to use not just his left foot, but also his right foot.

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• 17.

### He got the name Pele when he _____ .

• A.

Had only ten years

• B.

Was only ten

• C.

Was only ten years

B. Was only ten
Explanation
The correct answer is "was only ten." This suggests that Pele received the name "Pele" when he was only ten years old.

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• 18.

### By 1956 he _____ Santos and had scored in his first game.

• A.

Has joined

• B.

Joined

• C.

Explanation
The correct answer is "had joined." This is because the sentence is in the past perfect tense, indicating an action that happened before another past action. In this case, the action of joining Santos happened before the action of scoring in his first game.

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• 19.

### In 1957 he _____ for the Brazilian national team.

• A.

Has been picked

• B.

Was picked

• C.

Was picking

B. Was picked
Explanation
In 1957, he was picked for the Brazilian national team.

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• 20.

### The World Cup Finals were in 1958 and Pele was looking forward _____ .

• A.

To play

• B.

To playing

• C.

To be playing

B. To playing
Explanation
The correct answer is "to playing" because the phrase "looking forward to" is followed by a gerund (a verb form ending in -ing) when expressing anticipation or excitement about a future action. Therefore, the correct construction is "looking forward to playing."

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• 21.

### But he hurt _____ knee in a game in Brazil.

• A.

This

• B.

The

• C.

His

C. His
Explanation
The correct answer is "his". This is because the sentence is referring to someone hurting their own knee, indicating possession. "His" is the correct possessive pronoun to use in this context.

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• 22.

### He thought he _____ be able to play in the finals in Sweden.

• A.

Isn't going

• B.

To couldn't

• C.

Wasn't going to

C. Wasn't going to
Explanation
The phrase "wasn't going to" indicates that the person did not believe they would be able to play in the finals in Sweden.

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• 23.

### If he _____ so important to the team, he would have been left behind.

• A.

• B.

Weren't

• C.

Wouldn't be

Explanation
The correct answer is "hadn't been." This is because the sentence is discussing a hypothetical situation in the past. The use of "if" indicates a conditional statement, and the structure "if + past perfect, would + have + past participle" is used to express a hypothetical situation in the past. In this case, the speaker is saying that if he had not been so important to the team, he would have been left behind.

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• 24.

### But he was _____ brilliant player, they took him anyway.

• A.

A such

• B.

Such a

• C.

A so

B. Such a
Explanation
The phrase "such a" is used to indicate a specific type or quality of something. In this context, it means that the person being referred to is a brilliant player. The use of "such a" emphasizes the exceptional nature of the person's skill or talent.

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• 25.

### And _____ he was injured he helped Brazil to win the final.

• A.

Even though

• B.

Even so

• C.

In spite of

A. Even though
Explanation
Even though he was injured, he still helped Brazil to win the final.

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• 26.

### The history of the World Cup is _____ short one.

• A.

Quite a

• B.

A quite

• C.

Quite

A. Quite a
Explanation
The phrase "quite a" is used to indicate that the history of the World Cup is not short, but rather quite long.

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• 27.

### Football _____ played for_____ a hundred years, but the first World Cup competition _____ held until 1930.

• A.

Has been

• B.

Is being

• C.

Was

• D.

Above

• E.

Over

• F.

More that

• G.

Did not be

• H.

Was not

• I.

Was not being

A. Has been
E. Over
H. Was not
Explanation
Football has been played for over a hundred years, but the first World Cup competition was not held until 1930.

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• 28.

### Uruguay _____ the Olympic footballfinal in 1924 and 1928 and wanted _____ World Champions for the third time.

• A.

Could win

• B.

Were winning

• C.

• D.

Be

• E.

Being

• F.

To be

F. To be
Explanation
Uruguay had already won the Olympic football final in 1924 and 1928, and they wanted to be World Champions for the third time.

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• 29.

### Four teams entered from Europe, but with _____ success.

• A.

A little

• B.

Few

• C.

Little

C. Little
Explanation
The correct answer is "little". This suggests that the four teams from Europe did not have much success.

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• 30.

### It was the first time _____ professional teams_____ for a world title.

• A.

Which

• B.

That

• C.

When

• D.

Are playing

• E.

Would play

• F.

B. That
Explanation
The correct answer is "that,had played". This is because the phrase "It was the first time" indicates that something happened for the first time in the past. The word "that" is used to introduce a relative clause that provides more information about the noun "teams". The verb "had played" is in the past perfect tense, indicating that the professional teams had already played before this event.

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• 31.

### It wasn’t until four years _____ that aEuropean team succeeded _____  for _____ first time.

• A.

Later

• B.

More

• C.

Further

• D.

To win

• E.

In winning

• F.

At winning

• G.

The

• H.

A

• I.

Its

A. Later
E. In winning
G. The
Explanation
The sentence is stating that it took four years for a European team to achieve something for the first time. The word "later" indicates the passage of time, which fits the context of the sentence. The phrase "in winning" suggests that the achievement was related to winning, which makes sense in the given context. The word "the" is used before "first time" to indicate a specific instance.

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• 32.

### The 1934 World Cup wasagain won by _____ home team, _____ has been the case several times since then.

• A.

A

• B.

The

• C.

One

• D.

What

• E.

This

• F.

Which

B. The
F. Which
Explanation
The correct answer is "the, which". The explanation for this is that the 1934 World Cup was won by the home team, which has been the case several times since then.

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• 33.

### The 1934 final was _____ two European teams, Czechoslovakia and Italy, _____ won

• A.

Among

• B.

Between

• C.

Against

• D.

Which

• E.

That

• F.

Who

B. Between
D. Which
Explanation
The 1934 final was between two European teams, Czechoslovakia and Italy, which won.

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• 34.

### Went on _____ the 1938 final.

• A.

To win

• B.

Winning

• C.

To have won

B. Winning
Explanation
The correct answer is "winning". This is because the phrase "went on" is followed by a verb in the present participle form (-ing) to indicate an ongoing action or state. In this case, "winning" is the correct form to indicate that the action of winning was ongoing during the 1938 final.

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• 35.

### Winningsuccessive finals is something that _____ achieved again until Brazil did _____ in 1958 and 1962.

• A.

Is not

• B.

Was not

• C.

Has not been

• D.

These

• E.

Them

• F.

It

B. Was not
F. It
Explanation
Brazil achieved winning successive finals in 1958 and 1962, which means they were able to win two consecutive final matches. The phrase "was not" indicates that this achievement had not been accomplished by any other team before Brazil did it.

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• 36.

### If Brazil_____ in 1966 then the authorities would have needed to _____ the original World Cup replaced.

• A.

Would have won

• B.

Would win

• C.

• D.

Have

• E.

Let

• F.

Make

D. Have
Explanation
If Brazil had won in 1966, then the authorities would have needed to have the original World Cup replaced.

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• 37.

### But England stopped the Brazilians _____ a third successive win.

• A.

To get

• B.

Getting

• C.

Get

A. To get
Explanation
The correct answer is "to get." This is because the phrase "stopped the Brazilians" suggests that England prevented the Brazilians from achieving a third successive win. The phrase "to get" implies that the Brazilians were attempting to achieve this win, but England prevented them from doing so.

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• 38.

### An England player,Geoff Hurst, scored three goals in the final and won it almost _____

• A.

By his own

• B.

On himself

• C.

By himself

C. By himself
Explanation
Geoff Hurst, an England player, scored three goals in the final and won it by himself. This means that he achieved this feat without any assistance or help from his teammates. He took full responsibility for his performance and played a crucial role in securing the victory for his team.

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• 39.

### 1966 proved _____ the last year that England _____ even qualify for the finals till 1982, though they got in as winners in 1970.

• A.

Being

• B.

As being

• C.

To be

• D.

Would

• E.

Will

• F.

Did

C. To be
D. Would
Explanation
In 1966, England was the last year that England was able to qualify for the finals until 1982. However, in 1970, they were able to enter the finals as winners. Therefore, the correct answer is "to be" because it indicates the purpose or intention of England qualifying for the finals in 1970. The word "would" is also correct because it suggests a conditional statement, implying that England's qualification in 1970 was dependent on certain conditions or circumstances.

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• 40.

### Many _____ nowadays believe that everyone should learn to use computers.

• A.

Persons

• B.

People

• C.

Peoples

B. People
Explanation
The correct answer is "people." In this sentence, the word "many" indicates a plural subject, so we need a plural noun to match. "People" is the correct plural form of the noun "person."

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• 41.

### The majority of children in the UK _____ access to a micro-computer.

• A.

Have

• B.

Has

• C.

Are having

A. Have
Explanation
The correct answer is "have". This is because the subject "the majority of children" is plural, so it requires the plural form of the verb "have".

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• 42.

### There are more computers per head in England than _____ in the world.

• A.

Anywhere else

• B.

Somewhere else

• C.

Anywhere other

A. Anywhere else
Explanation
The statement suggests that there are more computers per person in England compared to any other country in the world. This means that England has a higher computer density than any other place globally.

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• 43.

### Learning a computer language is not the same _____ learning a real language.

• A.

As

• B.

Like

• C.

Than

A. As
Explanation
The correct answer is "as". This is because the sentence is comparing learning a computer language to learning a real language. The word "as" is used to show similarity or equality in the comparison.

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• 44.

### Most people start off with ‘Basic’, _____ is the easiest to learn.

• A.

Who

• B.

What

• C.

Which

C. Which
Explanation
The correct answer is "which". This is because the sentence is asking for the easiest option to learn out of a given set of options, and "which" is used to refer to a specific option or choice among a group.

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• 45.

### Children seem to find computers to easy, but many adults aren’t used to _____ with microtechnology.

• A.

Work

• B.

The work

• C.

Working

C. Working
Explanation
Many adults aren't used to working with microtechnology.

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• 46.

### There aren’t _____ easy ways of learning to program a computer.

• A.

No

• B.

Any

• C.

Some

B. Any
Explanation
The word "any" is the correct answer because it is used to indicate that there are no easy ways of learning to program a computer. The other options, "no" and "some," do not convey the same meaning.

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• 47.

### The only way to become really proficient is to practise a lot _____ .

• A.

• B.

• C.

On yourself

A. On your own
Explanation
To become proficient in something, it is necessary to practice extensively without any external assistance or supervision. The phrase "on your own" implies that the individual should rely solely on their own efforts and resources to improve their skills and abilities. This suggests that practicing independently, without any external guidance or support, is the most effective way to achieve proficiency in a particular field.

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• 48.

### You can pick up the basics quite quickly if you _____ make en effort.

• A.

Want to

• B.

Would

• C.

Are willing to

C. Are willing to
Explanation
The correct answer is "are willing to." This is because the phrase "are willing to" indicates a willingness or readiness to do something. In the given sentence, it suggests that if you have the willingness or motivation to make an effort, you can quickly grasp the basics.

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• 49.

### Most adults feel it would be easier if only they _____ computer studies earlier.

• A.

Would have started

• B.

Would start

• C.

A. Would have started
Explanation
The correct answer is "would have started." This is because the sentence is referring to a hypothetical past situation. The use of "would have" indicates that the action of starting computer studies earlier did not actually happen in the past, but if it had happened, it would have made things easier for most adults.

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• 50.

### Some people would just _____ not have anything to do with computers at all.

• A.

Rather

• B.

Prefer

• C.

Better

C. Better
Explanation
The word "better" is the correct answer because it implies a stronger preference or choice compared to the other options. It suggests that some people would strongly prefer not to have anything to do with computers at all. The word "rather" implies a preference but not necessarily a strong one, while "prefer" simply indicates a preference without specifying the strength.

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