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Online English 112 Exam

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  • 1. 
    Macedonia   A) The country of Macedonia, whose official name is the Republic of Macedonia, is located in Southern Europe, near Greece. There are about 2 million people living in this relatively new country. It declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and was officially recognized by the United Nations in 1993.   B )The name “Macedonia” comes from an ancient Greek word which meant “tall”. This could have referred to either the land of Macedonia, which has many mountains, or it could have referred to what the Macedonian people looked like (they may have been tall). Therefore, the name “Macedonia” might have meant “highlanders” or “tall people”.   C )Macedonia has a long and interesting history. In ancient times, Alexander the Great who was born in Macedonia in 323 BC, created the largest Empire the world had ever seen. Later, the Romans created a province called Macedonia in 146 BC. During the medieval period , from about 500 to 1400, different rulers came and went and the land was controlled by different kings. After that time, the area came under Ottoman rule. This would last for another 500 years, until World War I. From WWI to the present day, the history of Macedonia has been complicated. Borders and rulers changed many times. It was only until 1991 that stability came and the modern country emerged.   D )The population of Macedonia is diverse and there are several different groups of people living there. The largest group of people, at about 64% of the population, are the Macedonians. The next largest group, making up about 25% of the population, are the Albanians. After these two largest groups there are several other small groups such as Turks (2.8%), Roma (2.66%), Serbs (1.7%) as well as a few other groups.   Map of Europe, showing Macedonia E )There are several languages spoken in Macedonia. The most widely spoken is Macedonian. Other languages include Albanian, Turkish, Romani and Aromanian. Although Macedonia is the official language, in places where at least 20% of the people speak another language, that language is used for official purposes, such as in the courts. F) Things are improving in Macedonia. Over the last ten years its economy has grown steadily. It has a vibrant culture and the people are hard-working. This shows that although Macedonia may have had a difficult past, its future looks bright. Q1: what is paragraph c about ?
    • A. 

      How WWI affected Macedonia

    • B. 

      The economy of Macedonia

    • C. 

      Famous people from Macedonia

    • D. 

      The narration of Macedonia

  • 2. 
    Macedonia   A) The country of Macedonia, whose official name is the Republic of Macedonia, is located in Southern Europe, near Greece. There are about 2 million people living in this relatively new country. It declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and was officially recognized by the United Nations in 1993.   B )The name “Macedonia” comes from an ancient Greek word which meant “tall”. This could have referred to either the land of Macedonia, which has many mountains, or it could have referred to what the Macedonian people looked like (they may have been tall). Therefore, the name “Macedonia” might have meant “highlanders” or “tall people”.   C )Macedonia has a long and interesting history. In ancient times, Alexander the Great who was born in Macedonia in 323 BC, created the largest Empire the world had ever seen. Later, the Romans created a province called Macedonia in 146 BC. During the medieval period , from about 500 to 1400, different rulers came and went and the land was controlled by different kings. After that time, the area came under Ottoman rule. This would last for another 500 years, until World War I. From WWI to the present day, the history of Macedonia has been complicated. Borders and rulers changed many times. It was only until 1991 that stability came and the modern country emerged.   D )The population of Macedonia is diverse and there are several different groups of people living there. The largest group of people, at about 64% of the population, are the Macedonians. The next largest group, making up about 25% of the population, are the Albanians. After these two largest groups there are several other small groups such as Turks (2.8%), Roma (2.66%), Serbs (1.7%) as well as a few other groups.   Map of Europe, showing Macedonia E )There are several languages spoken in Macedonia. The most widely spoken is Macedonian. Other languages include Albanian, Turkish, Romani and Aromanian. Although Macedonia is the official language, in places where at least 20% of the people speak another language, that language is used for official purposes, such as in the courts.   F) Things are improving in Macedonia. Over the last ten years its economy has grown steadily. It has a vibrant culture and the people are hard-working. This shows that although Macedonia may have had a difficult past, its future looks bright. Q2 ) How much time between the independence and the recognition of Macedonia by the united nations ?
    • A. 

      One year

    • B. 

      Two years

    • C. 

      Not given

    • D. 

      Three yaers

  • 3. 
    Macedonia   A) The country of Macedonia, whose official name is the Republic of Macedonia, is located in Southern Europe, near Greece. There are about 2 million people living in this relatively new country. It declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and was officially recognized by the United Nations in 1993.   B )The name “Macedonia” comes from an ancient Greek word which meant “tall”. This could have referred to either the land of Macedonia, which has many mountains, or it could have referred to what the Macedonian people looked like (they may have been tall). Therefore, the name “Macedonia” might have meant “highlanders” or “tall people”.   C )Macedonia has a long and interesting history. In ancient times, Alexander the Great who was born in Macedonia in 323 BC, created the largest Empire the world had ever seen. Later, the Romans created a province called Macedonia in 146 BC. During the medieval period , from about 500 to 1400, different rulers came and went and the land was controlled by different kings. After that time, the area came under Ottoman rule. This would last for another 500 years, until World War I. From WWI to the present day, the history of Macedonia has been complicated. Borders and rulers changed many times. It was only until 1991 that stability came and the modern country emerged.   D )The population of Macedonia is diverse and there are several different groups of people living there. The largest group of people, at about 64% of the population, are the Macedonians. The next largest group, making up about 25% of the population, are the Albanians. After these two largest groups there are several other small groups such as Turks (2.8%), Roma (2.66%), Serbs (1.7%) as well as a few other groups.   Map of Europe, showing Macedonia E )There are several languages spoken in Macedonia. The most widely spoken is Macedonian. Other languages include Albanian, Turkish, Romani and Aromanian. Although Macedonia is the official language, in places where at least 20% of the people speak another language, that language is used for official purposes, such as in the courts. F) Things are improving in Macedonia. Over the last ten years its economy has grown steadily. It has a vibrant culture and the people are hard-working. This shows that although Macedonia may have had a difficult past, its future looks bright. Q3 ) In what order did these things happen?
    • A. 

      King Phillip's Empire, The Roman province of Macedonia, Many different rulers, Peace and stability.

    • B. 

      Many different rulers, King Phillip's Empire, The Roman province of Macedonia, Peace and stability.

    • C. 

      Peace and stability, King Phillip's Empire, Many different rulers, The Roman province of Macedonia.

    • D. 

      Not given

  • 4. 
    Macedonia   A) The country of Macedonia, whose official name is the Republic of Macedonia, is located in Southern Europe, near Greece. There are about 2 million people living in this relatively new country. It declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and was officially recognized by the United Nations in 1993.   B )The name “Macedonia” comes from an ancient Greek word which meant “tall”. This could have referred to either the land of Macedonia, which has many mountains, or it could have referred to what the Macedonian people looked like (they may have been tall). Therefore, the name “Macedonia” might have meant “highlanders” or “tall people”.   C )Macedonia has a long and interesting history. In ancient times, Alexander the Great who was born in Macedonia in 323 BC, created the largest Empire the world had ever seen. Later, the Romans created a province called Macedonia in 146 BC. During the medieval period , from about 500 to 1400, different rulers came and went and the land was controlled by different kings. After that time, the area came under Ottoman rule. This would last for another 500 years, until World War I. From WWI to the present day, the history of Macedonia has been complicated. Borders and rulers changed many times. It was only until 1991 that stability came and the modern country emerged.   D )The population of Macedonia is diverse and there are several different groups of people living there. The largest group of people, at about 64% of the population, are the Macedonians. The next largest group, making up about 25% of the population, are the Albanians. After these two largest groups there are several other small groups such as Turks (2.8%), Roma (2.66%), Serbs (1.7%) as well as a few other groups.   Map of Europe, showing Macedonia E )There are several languages spoken in Macedonia. The most widely spoken is Macedonian. Other languages include Albanian, Turkish, Romani and Aromanian. Although Macedonia is the official language, in places where at least 20% of the people speak another language, that language is used for official purposes, such as in the courts.   F) Things are improving in Macedonia. Over the last ten years its economy has grown steadily. It has a vibrant culture and the people are hard-working. This shows that although Macedonia may have had a difficult past, its future looks bright. Q 4 ) the word "this" (in the second line - paragraph B ) is referred to Macedonia ?
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 5. 
    Macedonia   A) The country of Macedonia, whose official name is the Republic of Macedonia, is located in Southern Europe, near Greece. There are about 2 million people living in this relatively new country. It declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and was officially recognized by the United Nations in 1993.   B )The name “Macedonia” comes from an ancient Greek word which meant “tall”. This could have referred to either the land of Macedonia, which has many mountains, or it could have referred to what the Macedonian people looked like (they may have been tall). Therefore, the name “Macedonia” might have meant “highlanders” or “tall people”.   C )Macedonia has a long and interesting history. In ancient times, Alexander the Great who was born in Macedonia in 323 BC, created the largest Empire the world had ever seen. Later, the Romans created a province called Macedonia in 146 BC. During the medieval period , from about 500 to 1400, different rulers came and went and the land was controlled by different kings. After that time, the area came under Ottoman rule. This would last for another 500 years, until World War I. From WWI to the present day, the history of Macedonia has been complicated. Borders and rulers changed many times. It was only until 1991 that stability came and the modern country emerged.   D )The population of Macedonia is diverse and there are several different groups of people living there. The largest group of people, at about 64% of the population, are the Macedonians. The next largest group, making up about 25% of the population, are the Albanians. After these two largest groups there are several other small groups such as Turks (2.8%), Roma (2.66%), Serbs (1.7%) as well as a few other groups.     E )There are several languages spoken in Macedonia. The most widely spoken is Macedonian. Other languages include Albanian, Turkish, Romani and Aromanian. Although Macedonia is the official language, in places where at least 20% of the people speak another language, that language is used for official purposes, such as in the courts.   F) Things are improving in Macedonia. Over the last ten years its economy has grown steadily. It has a vibrant culture and the people are hard-working. This shows that although Macedonia may have had a difficult past, its future looks bright. Q5 : from the context , guess the meaning of the word :independence :
    • A. 

      To be completely free

    • B. 

      When a country chooses its own government and is not controlled by another country

    • C. 

      The fact of accepting or yielding to a superior force or to the will or authority of another person.

    • D. 

      none of the above

  • 6. 
    Macedonia   A) The country of Macedonia, whose official name is the Republic of Macedonia, is located in Southern Europe, near Greece. There are about 2 million people living in this relatively new country. It declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and was officially recognized by the United Nations in 1993.   B )The name “Macedonia” comes from an ancient Greek word which meant “tall”. This could have referred to either the land of Macedonia, which has many mountains, or it could have referred to what the Macedonian people looked like (they may have been tall). Therefore, the name “Macedonia” might have meant “highlanders” or “tall people”.   C )Macedonia has a long and interesting history. In ancient times, Alexander the Great who was born in Macedonia in 323 BC, created the largest Empire the world had ever seen. Later, the Romans created a province called Macedonia in 146 BC. During the medieval period , from about 500 to 1400, different rulers came and went and the land was controlled by different kings. After that time, the area came under Ottoman rule. This would last for another 500 years, until World War I. From WWI to the present day, the history of Macedonia has been complicated. Borders and rulers changed many times. It was only until 1991 that stability came and the modern country emerged.   D )The population of Macedonia is diverse and there are several different groups of people living there. The largest group of people, at about 64% of the population, are the Macedonians. The next largest group, making up about 25% of the population, are the Albanians. After these two largest groups there are several other small groups such as Turks (2.8%), Roma (2.66%), Serbs (1.7%) as well as a few other groups.     E )There are several languages spoken in Macedonia. The most widely spoken is Macedonian. Other languages include Albanian, Turkish, Romani and Aromanian. Although Macedonia is the official language, in places where at least 20% of the people speak another language, that language is used for official purposes, such as in the courts.   F) Things are improving in Macedonia. Over the last ten years its economy has grown steadily. It has a vibrant culture and the people are hard-working. This shows that although Macedonia may have had a difficult past, its future looks bright. Q6: despite the variety of the people in Macedonia , the Macedonian language is the only language that is used in courts
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

    • C. 

      Not given

  • 7. 
    Macedonia   A) The country of Macedonia, whose official name is the Republic of Macedonia, is located in Southern Europe, near Greece. There are about 2 million people living in this relatively new country. It declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and was officially recognized by the United Nations in 1993.   B )The name “Macedonia” comes from an ancient Greek word which meant “tall”. This could have referred to either the land of Macedonia, which has many mountains, or it could have referred to what the Macedonian people looked like (they may have been tall). Therefore, the name “Macedonia” might have meant “highlanders” or “tall people”.   C )Macedonia has a long and interesting history. In ancient times, Alexander the Great who was born in Macedonia in 323 BC, created the largest Empire the world had ever seen. Later, the Romans created a province called Macedonia in 146 BC. During the medieval period , from about 500 to 1400, different rulers came and went and the land was controlled by different kings. After that time, the area came under Ottoman rule. This would last for another 500 years, until World War I. From WWI to the present day, the history of Macedonia has been complicated. Borders and rulers changed many times. It was only until 1991 that stability came and the modern country emerged.   D )The population of Macedonia is diverse and there are several different groups of people living there. The largest group of people, at about 64% of the population, are the Macedonians. The next largest group, making up about 25% of the population, are the Albanians. After these two largest groups there are several other small groups such as Turks (2.8%), Roma (2.66%), Serbs (1.7%) as well as a few other groups.     E )There are several languages spoken in Macedonia. The most widely spoken is Macedonian. Other languages include Albanian, Turkish, Romani and Aromanian. Although Macedonia is the official language, in places where at least 20% of the people speak another language, that language is used for official purposes, such as in the courts.   F) Things are improving in Macedonia. Over the last ten years its economy has grown steadily. It has a vibrant culture and the people are hard-working. This shows that although Macedonia may have had a difficult past, its future looks bright. Q7 :Which underlined word from the text means when something settle down and be peaceful ?
    • A. 

      Settlement

    • B. 

      Stability

    • C. 

      Official

    • D. 

      Culture

  • 8. 
    Macedonia   A) The country of Macedonia, whose official name is the Republic of Macedonia, is located in Southern Europe, near Greece. There are about 2 million people living in this relatively new country. It declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and was officially recognized by the United Nations in 1993.   B )The name “Macedonia” comes from an ancient Greek word which meant “tall”. This could have referred to either the land of Macedonia, which has many mountains, or it could have referred to what the Macedonian people looked like (they may have been tall). Therefore, the name “Macedonia” might have meant “highlanders” or “tall people”.   C )Macedonia has a long and interesting history. In ancient times, Alexander the Great who was born in Macedonia in 323 BC, created the largest Empire the world had ever seen. Later, the Romans created a province called Macedonia in 146 BC. During the medieval period , from about 500 to 1400, different rulers came and went and the land was controlled by different kings. After that time, the area came under Ottoman rule. This would last for another 500 years, until World War I. From WWI to the present day, the history of Macedonia has been complicated. Borders and rulers changed many times. It was only until 1991 that stability came and the modern country emerged.   D )The population of Macedonia is diverse and there are several different groups of people living there. The largest group of people, at about 64% of the population, are the Macedonians. The next largest group, making up about 25% of the population, are the Albanians. After these two largest groups there are several other small groups such as Turks (2.8%), Roma (2.66%), Serbs (1.7%) as well as a few other groups.     E )There are several languages spoken in Macedonia. The most widely spoken is Macedonian. Other languages include Albanian, Turkish, Romani and Aromanian. Although Macedonia is the official language, in places where at least 20% of the people speak another language, that language is used for official purposes, such as in the courts.   F) Things are improving in Macedonia. Over the last ten years its economy has grown steadily. It has a vibrant culture and the people are hard-working. This shows that although Macedonia may have had a difficult past, its future looks bright. Q8 : the word "this" refers to :
    • A. 

      The land

    • B. 

      The area

    • C. 

      The medieval period

    • D. 

      Ottoman rule

  • 9. 
    Macedonia   A) The country of Macedonia, whose official name is the Republic of Macedonia, is located in Southern Europe, near Greece. There are about 2 million people living in this relatively new country. It declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and was officially recognized by the United Nations in 1993.   B )The name “Macedonia” comes from an ancient Greek word which meant “tall”. This could have referred to either the land of Macedonia, which has many mountains, or it could have referred to what the Macedonian people looked like (they may have been tall). Therefore, the name “Macedonia” might have meant “highlanders” or “tall people”.   C )Macedonia has a long and interesting history. In ancient times, Alexander the Great who was born in Macedonia in 323 BC, created the largest Empire the world had ever seen. Later, the Romans created a province called Macedonia in 146 BC. During the medieval period , from about 500 to 1400, different rulers came and went and the land was controlled by different kings. After that time, the area came under Ottoman rule. This would last for another 500 years, until World War I. From WWI to the present day, the history of Macedonia has been complicated. Borders and rulers changed many times. It was only until 1991 that stability came and the modern country emerged.   D )The population of Macedonia is diverse and there are several different groups of people living there. The largest group of people, at about 64% of the population, are the Macedonians. The next largest group, making up about 25% of the population, are the Albanians. After these two largest groups there are several other small groups such as Turks (2.8%), Roma (2.66%), Serbs (1.7%) as well as a few other groups.     E )There are several languages spoken in Macedonia. The most widely spoken is Macedonian. Other languages include Albanian, Turkish, Romani and Aromanian. Although Macedonia is the official language, in places where at least 20% of the people speak another language, that language is used for official purposes, such as in the courts.   F) Things are improving in Macedonia. Over the last ten years its economy has grown steadily. It has a vibrant culture and the people are hard-working. This shows that although Macedonia may have had a difficult past, its future looks bright. Q9 : there are only three languages spoken in Macedonia .
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

    • C. 

      Not given

  • 10. 
    Q10 : when my brother arrived we                        for two hours (wait)
    • A. 

      Had been waiting

    • B. 

      Had waited

    • C. 

      Have been waiting

    • D. 

      Waited

  • 11. 
    Q11 : they never __________ (go) to school , they always skipped class 
    • A. 

      Go

    • B. 

      Gone

    • C. 

      Went

    • D. 

      Have gone

  • 12. 
    Q12 : you always should try to________ your homework early in the morning 
    • A. 

      Doing

    • B. 

      Do

    • C. 

      Take

    • D. 

      Make

  • 13. 
    Q13 : this room is disgusting ! it's absolutely __________ 
    • A. 

      Hilarious

    • B. 

      Filthy

    • C. 

      Starving

    • D. 

      Tiny

  • 14. 
    Q14 : nothing has ___________ changed her mined
    • A. 

      Never

    • B. 

      Ever

    • C. 

      Also

    • D. 

      Just

  • 15. 
    Q15 : i was really __________ during the show
    • A. 

      Boring

    • B. 

      Bored

  • 16. 
    Q16 : the waiter served something that we  ___________  (not /order)
    • A. 

      Didn't ordered

    • B. 

      Doesn't ordered

    • C. 

      Hadn't ordered

    • D. 

      None of the above

  • 17. 
    Q17 : what _________ you _________ for the last 30 minutes ?
    • A. 

      Have , been doing

    • B. 

      Have been , doing

    • C. 

      Had been , doing

    • D. 

      Have , done

  • 18. 
    Q18 : my roommate is driving me crazy . she always _______ a mess in the kitchen and never cleans up .
    • A. 

      Takes

    • B. 

      Does

    • C. 

      Makes

    • D. 

      Has

  • 19. 
    Q19 : my parents always told me to __________ my best
    • A. 

      Make

    • B. 

      Take

    • C. 

      Do

    • D. 

      Have

  • 20. 
    Q20 : I'm exhausted . I_________ in the garden all day 
    • A. 

      Have worked

    • B. 

      Have been working

    • C. 

      Worked

    • D. 

      Work

  • 21. 
    Q21 : James has been teaching at the university since June .  this sentence discusses a :
    • A. 

      Duration in the past

    • B. 

      Duration in the present

    • C. 

      Duration in the present until now

    • D. 

      Duration in the past until now

  • 22. 
    Q22 : while I ___________ (cycle) past some villages , I _______ (see) some people in their gardens .
    • A. 

      Cycled , was seeing

    • B. 

      Was cycling , was seeing

    • C. 

      Was cycling , saw

    • D. 

      Cycled , saw

  • 23. 
    Q 23 : I don't understand why she quit her job so suddenly . it ___________ no sense to me 
    • A. 

      Makes

    • B. 

      Takes

    • C. 

      Does

    • D. 

      Has

  • 24. 
    Q 24: i never ___________ a part in team sports at school 
    • A. 

      Took

    • B. 

      Do

    • C. 

      Take

    • D. 

      Had

  • 25. 
    Q25 :  the sentence : " i studied french when i was a child " describes a 
    • A. 

      A habit which stopped in the past

    • B. 

      An action started and finished at specific time in the past