Pet - Preliminary English Test (paper 1 - Part 5)

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Pet - Preliminary English Test (paper 1 - Part 5)

 EN) Today's quiz is an exercise taken from the PET (Preliminary English Test) from Cambridge University. (PT) O quiz de hoje é sobre o quinto exercício encontrado no teste de inglês PET (Preliminary English Test) da Universidade de Cambridge. O teste é de nível pre-Intermediate/intermediate.  (EN) Choose the best alternative for each gap.  (PT) Escolha a melhor alternativa para cada questão


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  • 1. 
    Body LanguageMany people believe the way to really know somebody is to understand what they mean when they're saying nothing at all! This is the science of (1) _______________ body language. In  ________________, learning how to recognise body language and how to use it to communicate your own message, is big business. ________________ there are hundreds of books written on the subject.Experts are even going into companies to talk ______________ employees about how to perform better. They suggest that this can be done with a_________________ changes in their body talk. Welcoming body language, for example, _________________ to include giving a friendly nod to say hello and leaning forward slightly to show you want to listen. The problem is, the more we understand body language, and the more able we are to change it if we want to. This means that realising when somebody is __________________ a lie is more difficult than __________________ used to be!
    • A. 

      1- getting

    • B. 

      1- realising

    • C. 

      1- understanding

    • D. 

      1- seeing

  • 2. 
    Body LanguageMany people believe the way to really know somebody is to understand what they mean when they're saying nothing at all! This is the science of _______________ body language. In  (2) ________________, learning how to recognise body language and how to use it to communicate your own message, is big business. ________________ there are hundreds of books written on the subject.Experts are even going into companies to talk ______________ employees about how to perform better. They suggest that this can be done with a_________________ changes in their body talk. Welcoming body language, for example, _________________ to include giving a friendly nod to say hello and leaning forward slightly to show you want to listen. The problem is, the more we understand body language, and the more able we are to change it if we want to. This means that realising when somebody is __________________ a lie is more difficult than __________________ used to be!
    • A. 

      2- order

    • B. 

      2- case

    • C. 

      2- spite

    • D. 

      2- fact

  • 3. 
    Body LanguageMany people believe the way to really know somebody is to understand what they mean when they're saying nothing at all! This is the science of  _______________ body language. In  ________________, learning how to recognise body language and how to use it to communicate your own message, is big business. (3) ________________ there are hundreds of books written on the subject.Experts are even going into companies to talk ______________ employees about how to perform better. They suggest that this can be done with a_________________ changes in their body talk. Welcoming body language, for example, _________________ to include giving a friendly nod to say hello and leaning forward slightly to show you want to listen. The problem is, the more we understand body language, and the more able we are to change it if we want to. This means that realising when somebody is __________________ a lie is more difficult than __________________ used to be!
    • A. 

      3- Nowadays

    • B. 

      3- Daily

    • C. 

      3- Often

    • D. 

      3- Previously

  • 4. 
    Body LanguageMany people believe the way to really know somebody is to understand what they mean when they're saying nothing at all! This is the science of  _______________ body language. In  ________________, learning how to recognise body language and how to use it to communicate your own message, is big business. ________________ there are hundreds of books written on the subject.Experts are even going into companies to talk (4) ______________ employees about how to perform better. They suggest that this can be done with a_________________ changes in their body talk. Welcoming body language, for example, _________________ to include giving a friendly nod to say hello and leaning forward slightly to show you want to listen. The problem is, the more we understand body language, and the more able we are to change it if we want to. This means that realising when somebody is __________________ a lie is more difficult than __________________ used to be!
    • A. 

      4- at

    • B. 

      4- for

    • C. 

      4- to

    • D. 

      4- by

  • 5. 
    Body LanguageMany people believe the way to really know somebody is to understand what they mean when they're saying nothing at all! This is the science of  _______________ body language. In  ________________, learning how to recognise body language and how to use it to communicate your own message, is big business. ________________ there are hundreds of books written on the subject.Experts are even going into companies to talk ______________ employees about how to perform better. They suggest that this can be done with a (5) _________________ changes in their body talk. Welcoming body language, for example, _________________ to include giving a friendly nod to say hello and leaning forward slightly to show you want to listen. The problem is, the more we understand body language, and the more able we are to change it if we want to. This means that realising when somebody is __________________ a lie is more difficult than __________________ used to be!
    • A. 

      5- few

    • B. 

      5- several

    • C. 

      5- many

    • D. 

      5- some

  • 6. 
    Body LanguageMany people believe the way to really know somebody is to understand what they mean when they're saying nothing at all! This is the science of  _______________ body language. In  ________________, learning how to recognise body language and how to use it to communicate your own message, is big business. ________________ there are hundreds of books written on the subject.Experts are even going into companies to talk ______________ employees about how to perform better. They suggest that this can be done with a_________________ changes in their body talk. Welcoming body language, for example, (6) _________________ to include giving a friendly nod to say hello and leaning forward slightly to show you want to listen. The problem is, the more we understand body language, and the more able we are to change it if we want to. This means that realising when somebody is __________________ a lie is more difficult than __________________ used to be!
    • A. 

      6- should

    • B. 

      6- can

    • C. 

      6- might

    • D. 

      6- ought

  • 7. 
    Body LanguageMany people believe the way to really know somebody is to understand what they mean when they're saying nothing at all! This is the science of  _______________ body language. In  ________________, learning how to recognise body language and how to use it to communicate your own message, is big business. ________________ there are hundreds of books written on the subject.Experts are even going into companies to talk ______________ employees about how to perform better. They suggest that this can be done with a_________________ changes in their body talk. Welcoming body language, for example, _________________ to include giving a friendly nod to say hello and leaning forward slightly to show you want to listen. The problem is, the more we understand body language, and the more able we are to change it if we want to. This means that realising when somebody is (7) __________________ a lie is more difficult than  __________________ used to be!
    • A. 

      7- telling

    • B. 

      7- saying

    • C. 

      7- speaking

    • D. 

      7- talking

  • 8. 
    Body LanguageMany people believe the way to really know somebody is to understand what they mean when they're saying nothing at all! This is the science of  _______________ body language. In  ________________, learning how to recognise body language and how to use it to communicate your own message, is big business. ________________ there are hundreds of books written on the subject.Experts are even going into companies to talk ______________ employees about how to perform better. They suggest that this can be done with a_________________ changes in their body talk. Welcoming body language, for example, _________________ to include giving a friendly nod to say hello and leaning forward slightly to show you want to listen. The problem is, the more we understand body language, and the more able we are to change it if we want to. This means that realising when somebody is __________________ a lie is more difficult than (8) __________________ used to be!
    • A. 

      8- its

    • B. 

      8- it

    • C. 

      8- they

    • D. 

      8- them