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English Quizzes & Trivia

1. - READING NOTICES- (READING INSTRUCTIONS)

2. - USE OF ENGLISH (INTERACTING IN ORDINARY SITUATIONS)

3. - GRAMMAR IN USE (SENTENCE COMPLETION USING NOUNS, ADJS, ARTICLES,
ADVERBS, (VERB TENSES) CONDITIONAL AND REPORTED FORMS, CLAUSES)

4. - READING COMPREHENSION (MULTIPLE CHOICE ANSWERS)


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    1.-   WHERE CAN YOU SEE THIS ?              PLEASE LEAVE YOUR ROOM KEY AT THE RECEPTION DESK                                                                                                                                             

    • A.

      IN A SHOP

    • B.

      IN AN OFFICE

    • C.

      IN A HOTEL

    • D.

      AT THE DENTIST

    • E.

      AT THE BANK

    Correct Answer
    C. IN A HOTEL
    Explanation
    This sign is commonly seen in hotels, where guests are required to leave their room key at the reception desk when they are not in their room. This is a security measure to ensure that the keys are not lost or misplaced, and to keep track of who is currently occupying the rooms. By leaving the key at the reception desk, the hotel staff can easily identify if a room is vacant or occupied, and can provide better service to the guests.

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  • 2. 

    2.- WHERE CAN YOU SEE THIS?     "CURRENCY EXCHANGE HERE"

    • A.

      IN A LIBRARY

    • B.

      IN A BANK

    • C.

      IN A POLICE STATION

    • D.

      IN A FEDERAL BUREAU

    • E.

      IN A BUS STATION

    Correct Answer
    B. IN A BANK
    Explanation
    This sign, "CURRENCY EXCHANGE HERE," can be seen in a bank. Banks often provide currency exchange services for customers who need to convert one currency into another. Therefore, it is logical to find this sign in a bank where such services are offered.

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  • 3. 

    3.- WHERE CAN YOU SEE THIS?                                                        SCHEDULES                                           ARRIVALS           DEPARTURES                                                                                       7:00 AM              9:00 AM TO  12:00 AM

    • A.

      IN A SCHOOL

    • B.

      IN A PARKIG LOT

    • C.

      AT WORK

    • D.

      IN THE AIRPORT

    • E.

      AT THE RAIL STATION

    Correct Answer
    D. IN THE AIRPORT
    Explanation
    This answer is correct because the given schedule of arrivals and departures is commonly seen in an airport.

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  • 4. 

    4.-  WHERE CAN YOU SEE THIS?                 "MIND THE GAP BETWEEN THE DOOR AND THE PLATFORM"

    • A.

      IN THE SUBWAY STATION

    • B.

      IN THE LIFT

    • C.

      AT THE DOOR ENTRANCE

    • D.

      IN A DEPARTMENT STORE

    Correct Answer
    A. IN THE SUBWAY STATION
    Explanation
    This sign, "MIND THE GAP BETWEEN THE DOOR AND THE PLATFORM," is typically seen in subway stations. It is a safety reminder for passengers to be cautious while boarding or disembarking from the train, as there may be a gap between the train door and the platform. This sign helps prevent accidents or injuries that could occur if someone were to accidentally step into the gap. Therefore, the correct answer is "IN THE SUBWAY STATION."

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  • 5. 

    5.  WHICH SENTENCE EXPRESSES POSSIBILITY?

    • A.

      I MIGHT NOT MAKE IT TO THE WEDDING

    • B.

      I WON'T MAKE IT TO THE WEDDING!

    • C.

      I'M NOT GOING TO THE WEDDING!

    • D.

      I'D LIKE GOING TO THE WEDDING'

    • E.

      I'LL GO TO THE WEDDING

    Correct Answer
    A. I MIGHT NOT MAKE IT TO THE WEDDING
    Explanation
    The sentence "I might not make it to the wedding" expresses possibility because the word "might" indicates uncertainty or a chance of something happening or not happening. It suggests that there is a possibility that the person may not be able to attend the wedding.

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  • 6. 

    6.-  WHICH QUESTION INQUIRES ABOUT YOUR OCCUPATION?

    • A.

      WHAT DO YOU DO WITH IT?

    • B.

      HOW DO YOU GET TO WORK?

    • C.

      WHAT DO YOU DO?

    • D.

      HOW DO YOU DO?

    • E.

      HOW DO YOU GET TO WORK?

    Correct Answer
    C. WHAT DO YOU DO?
    Explanation
    The question "What do you do?" inquires about a person's occupation or job. It is a common way to ask someone about their profession or the type of work they engage in.

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  • 7. 

    7.-  WHICH STATEMENT IMPLIES ADVISE?

    • A.

      YOU DON'T LOOK VERY WELL, YOU'D BETTER NOT GO TO WORK

    • B.

      I HAVE AN APPOINTMENT IN 20 MINS. I'D BETTER GO NOW

    • C.

      I THINK EVERYBODY SHOULD LEARN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

    • D.

      SHE'LL BE UPSET, YOU'D BETTER CALL HER UP.

    • E.

      YOU'D BETTER BE ON TIME TO AVOID LOOSING A SEAT.

    Correct Answer
    C. I THINK EVERYBODY SHOULD LEARN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
    Explanation
    The statement "I think everybody should learn a foreign language" implies advice because it suggests that the speaker believes it would be beneficial for everyone to learn a foreign language. By using the word "should," the speaker is expressing their opinion and recommending a course of action to others.

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  • 8. 

    8.- WHICH REMARK IMPLIES STRONG OBLIGATION?

    • A.

      JACK LEFT BEFORE THE MEETING. HE HAD TO GO HOME EARLY

    • B.

      I'M SORRY I COULD'T COME. I HAD TO TO WORK LATE.

    • C.

      THERE`S A LIFT IN THE BUILDING, WE DON.T HAVE TO CLIMB THE STAIRS.

    • D.

      IT'S LATER THAN I THOUGHT, I MUST GO NOW.

    • E.

      KAREN DOESN'T HAVE TO WORK ON SATURDAY.

    Correct Answer
    D. IT'S LATER THAN I THOUGHT, I MUST GO NOW.
    Explanation
    The statement "It's later than I thought, I must go now" implies strong obligation because the speaker is expressing a sense of urgency and necessity to leave immediately due to the lateness of the time. This suggests that there is a pressing need or requirement for the speaker to depart, indicating a strong obligation to do so.

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  • 9. 

    9.- WHICH REMARK IMPLIES THAT SOMETHING IS NOT POSSIBLE?

    • A.

      YOU'VE BEEN TRAVELING ALL DAY, YOU MUST BE TIRED.

    • B.

      THAT RESTAURANT MUST BE VERY GOOD. IT'S ALWAYS FULL OF PEOPLE

    • C.

      YOU GOT HERE VERY QUICKLY. YOU MUST HAVE WALKED VERY FAST.

    • D.

      BILL GOES AWAY ON HOLIDAY VERY OFTEN. HE CAN'T BE SHORT OF MONEY

    • E.

      THAT RESTAURANT CAN'T BE VERY GOOD. IT'S ALWAYS EMPTY.

    Correct Answer
    D. BILL GOES AWAY ON HOLIDAY VERY OFTEN. HE CAN'T BE SHORT OF MONEY
    Explanation
    The remark "Bill goes away on holiday very often. He can't be short of money" implies that something is not possible because it suggests that Bill has enough money to afford frequent holidays, therefore it is unlikely that he is short of money. This remark contradicts the idea that Bill could be short of money.

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  • 10. 

    10.- COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE WITH THE MOST SUITABLE WORD BELOW:         " I WILL __________ MY APPOINTMENT AS I HAVE TO STAY HERE"

    • A.

      GIVE UP

    • B.

      PUT OFF

    • C.

      CARRY ON

    • D.

      KEEP ON

    • E.

      PUT OUT

    Correct Answer
    B. PUT OFF
    Explanation
    The most suitable word to complete the sentence is "PUT OFF". This means that the person will postpone or reschedule their appointment because they have to stay where they are currently.

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  • 11. 

     11.-  READ THE FOLLOWING AND ANSWER BELOW:                               "UPCOMING FOR TUESDAY, MAY 15"                                              SIGMET PRESENTSMR. SVEN ANDERSON, TECHNICAL OPERATIONS DIRECTOR, CD-ROM DIVISION CIRRIUS INFORMATION SYSTEMS.MR. ANDERSON WILL GIVE A LAYPERSON'S INTRODUCTION TO CD-ROM.IF YOU ARE UNSURE WHAT IT CAN DO---COME AND LEARN FROM ONE OF THE LEADERS IN THE INDUSTRY.SEATING IS LIMITED TO THIRTY PEOPLE, SO CALL: (312)555-3487 FOR RESERVATION

    • A.

      IS THE ABOVE A NOTICE?

    • B.

      AN ADVERTISEMENT?

    • C.

      A SIGNAL?

    • D.

      A SIGN?

    • E.

      A MESSAGE?

    Correct Answer
    A. IS THE ABOVE A NOTICE?
    Explanation
    The given text can be classified as an advertisement. It is promoting a presentation by Mr. Sven Anderson, the Technical Operations Director of CD-ROM Division at Cirrius Information Systems. The text invites people to attend the presentation to learn about CD-ROM and encourages them to make a reservation by calling a specific phone number. This indicates that the purpose of the text is to advertise the event and attract attendees.

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  • 12. 

    12.- FROM THE ABOVE READING :      WHAT IS TAKING PLACE ON TUESDAY?

    • A.

      A PRICE CUT?

    • B.

      A LECTURE

    • C.

      A LUNCH

    • D.

      A SALES TRAINING

    • E.

      A CD-ROM TRAINING

    Correct Answer
    B. A LECTURE
    Explanation
    On Tuesday, a lecture is taking place according to the above reading.

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  • 13. 

    13. FROM THE ABOVE READING:     WHAT DOES "UPCOMING" MEAN? 

    • A.

      PREPARED FOR

    • B.

      UPWARD AND HIGH

    • C.

      PROMISING

    • D.

      MARKED FOR FUTURE SUCCESS

    • E.

      FUTURE SUCCESS

    Correct Answer
    C. PROMISING
    Explanation
    The word "upcoming" refers to something that is expected or likely to happen in the future. In the given context, it suggests that whatever is being referred to in the reading is promising or has potential for success in the future.

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  • 14. 

    14.   FROM THE ABOVE READING:      WHO IS THE SESSION DESIGNED FOR?

    • A.

      COMPUTER SPECIALISTS.

    • B.

      COMPUTER MANUFACTURERS.

    • C.

      OPERATORS WITH CD-ROM

    • D.

      PEOPLE WHO ARE UNFAMILIAR

    • E.

      COLLEGE STUDENTS.

    Correct Answer
    D. PEOPLE WHO ARE UNFAMILIAR
    Explanation
    The session is designed for people who are unfamiliar with the topic discussed in the reading. This implies that the session is meant to provide information and instruction to individuals who have little or no knowledge about the subject.

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  • 15. 

    15.-  FROM THE ABOVE READING:     WHAT DOES MR. SVEN DO?

    • A.

      CEO CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

    • B.

      ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

    • C.

      TECHNICAL SYSTEMS MANAGER

    • D.

      TECHNICAL OPERATIONS DIRECTOR

    • E.

      GENERAL MANAGER

    Correct Answer
    D. TECHNICAL OPERATIONS DIRECTOR
    Explanation
    Based on the given information, it can be inferred that Mr. Sven holds the position of Technical Operations Director. This is supported by the fact that the question asks about Mr. Sven's role, and out of the given options, Technical Operations Director is the most appropriate title for a person responsible for overseeing technical operations within an organization.

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  • 16. 

    16.   FROM THE READING ABOVE:      WHAT DOES A LAYPERSON'S INTRODUCTION MEAN?

    • A.

      A NONPROFESSIONAL INITIATION

    • B.

      A NEW MEMBER INTRODUCTION

    • C.

      A NEW EMPLOYEE'S PRESENTATION

    • D.

      A NEW MEMBERSHIP

    • E.

      A RETIRED PERSON'S INTRODUCTION

    Correct Answer
    A. A NONPROFESSIONAL INITIATION
    Explanation
    A layperson's introduction refers to a nonprofessional initiation. It means that it is an introduction or initiation that is not done by a professional or an expert in a particular field. It implies that the introduction is done by someone who is not formally trained or knowledgeable in the subject matter.

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  • 17. 

    17.  YOU MUST CHOOSE A WORD WHICH BEST FITS THE SPACE       IN THE SENTENCE:   SHIRLEY ENJOYS SCIENCE LESSONS, BUT ALL HER EXPERIMENTS SEEM    TO _____________ WRONG.

    • A.

      COME

    • B.

      END

    • C.

      TURN

    • D.

      GO

    • E.

      BECOME

    Correct Answer
    C. TURN
    Explanation
    Shirley enjoys science lessons, but all her experiments seem to turn wrong. This means that Shirley's experiments consistently go in the wrong direction or produce undesirable results. The word "turn" fits the sentence because it implies a change in direction or outcome, which accurately describes Shirley's experiments.

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  • 18. 

    18.  YOU MUST CHOOSE A WORD WHICH BEST FITS THE SPACE IN THE SENTENCE:         __________FROM MICHAEL, ALL THE GROUP ARRIVED ON TIME.

    • A.

      BESIDES

    • B.

      OTHER

    • C.

      EXCEPT

    • D.

      APART

    • E.

      DIFFERENT

    Correct Answer
    C. EXCEPT
    Explanation
    The word "except" is the best fit for the space in the sentence because it indicates that all the group arrived on time except for Michael. This word suggests that there was a specific person who did not arrive on time, while the other options do not convey this meaning.

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  • 19. 

    19.  YOU MUST CHOOSE A WORD WHICH BEST FITS THE BLANK IN THE SENTENCE: AS I HAD MISSED THE HISTORY LESSON, MY FRIEND WENT_______ THE HOMEWORK    WITH ME

    • A.

      BY

    • B.

      ON

    • C.

      AFTER

    • D.

      AWAY

    • E.

      OVER

    Correct Answer
    B. ON
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "ON" because when we say "My friend went on the homework with me," it implies that the friend helped or assisted in completing the homework together. The preposition "on" is commonly used in this context to indicate collaboration or joint effort.

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  • 20. 

    20.  YOU MUST CHOOSE A WORD WHICH BEST FITS THE BLANK IN THE SENTENCE:      WHETHER SHE IS GOOD ACTRESS OR NOT, IT'S  A ________OF OPINION.

    • A.

      POINT

    • B.

      SUBJECT

    • C.

      MATTER

    • D.

      QUESTION

    Correct Answer
    C. MATTER
    Explanation
    The word "matter" best fits the blank in the sentence because it indicates that whether she is a good actress or not is a subjective opinion. The word "matter" implies that it is a topic or issue that can be debated or have different viewpoints.

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  • 21. 

    21.  YOU MUST CHOOSE A WORD WHICH BEST FITS THE SPACE IN THE SENTENCE:   WOULD IT _________ YOU IF WE CAME ON SUNDAY?

    • A.

      FIT

    • B.

      AGREE

    • C.

      LIKE

    • D.

      SUIT

    • E.

      ENJOY

    Correct Answer
    D. SUIT
    Explanation
    The word "suit" is the best fit for the space in the sentence because it implies compatibility or appropriateness. The sentence is asking if it would be appropriate or acceptable for the speaker to come on Sunday.

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  • 22. 

    22.  YOU MUST CHOOSE A WORD WHICH BEST FITS THE SPACE IN THE SENTENCE:   IF YOU MAKE A MISTAKE WHEN YOU ARE WRITING, JUST _________IT OUT WITH YOUR    PEN

    • A.

      CLEAR

    • B.

      CROSS

    • C.

      DO

    • D.

      WIPE

    • E.

      RUB

    Correct Answer
    B. CROSS
    Explanation
    In this sentence, the phrase "just _______ it out with your pen" suggests that the word should indicate the action of erasing or removing the mistake. Among the options provided, "CROSS" is the best fit as it implies crossing out the mistake with a pen. The other words do not accurately convey the intended action in the sentence.

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  • 23. 

    23.  YOU MUST CHOOSE A WORD WHICH BEST FITS THE SPACE IN THE SENTENCE:    THIS PRODUCT MUST BE EATEN_____________ TWO DAYS OF PURCHASE.

    • A.

      BY

    • B.

      BEFORE

    • C.

      UNDER

    • D.

      INTO

    • E.

      WITHIN

    Correct Answer
    E. WITHIN
    Explanation
    The word "within" is the best fit for the space in the sentence because it indicates that the product must be eaten within a specific time frame, which is two days of purchase. It implies that the product should not be consumed after two days have passed since the purchase.

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  • 24. 

    24.  YOU MUST CHOOSE THE WORD WHICH BEST FITS THE BLANK IN THE SENTENCE:  THE NEWSPAPER REPORT CONTAINED________IMPORTANT INFORMATION.

    • A.

      A LOT OF

    • B.

      AN

    • C.

      ANOTHER

    • D.

      MANY

    • E.

      MOST

    Correct Answer
    A. A LOT OF
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "A LOT OF". This is because the sentence suggests that the newspaper report contained a large amount of important information. "A LOT OF" is a phrase used to indicate a large quantity or number of something, making it the most suitable choice in this context.

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  • 25. 

    25.  YOU MUST CHOOSE A WORD WHICH BEST FITS THE SPACE IN THE SENTENCE:     IT IS A GOOD IDEA FOR PEOPLE WHO LEAD AN ACTIVE LIFE TO INCREASE THEIR     _______________ VITAMINS.

    • A.

      UPTURN

    • B.

      IN

    • C.

      UPKEEP

    • D.

      INTAKE

    • E.

      INJECT

    Correct Answer
    D. INTAKE
    Explanation
    In the given sentence, the phrase "increase their" suggests that the missing word should be a noun that can be increased. Among the options provided, "intake" is the most suitable word as it refers to the amount of something that is taken in, such as food or vitamins. Therefore, "intake" is the best word to complete the sentence.

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  • 26. 

    26.  YOU MUST CHOOSE A WORD WHICH BEST FITS THE SPACE IN THE SENTENCE:   HE'S STILL GETTING __________ THE SHOCK OF LOSING HIS JOB.

    • A.

      THROUGH

    • B.

      BY

    • C.

      ACROSS

    • D.

      OVER

    • E.

      ON

    Correct Answer
    D. OVER
    Explanation
    The word "over" is the best fit for the space in the sentence because it indicates that the person is still experiencing the shock of losing his job. The word "over" suggests that the shock is lingering and has not yet subsided, emphasizing the ongoing nature of the feeling.

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  • 27. 

    27.  READ THE FOLLOWING AND ANSWER THE QUESTONS BELOW:                                                M E M O R A N D U MTO.            ALL EMPLOYEES.FROM:       SECURITYDATE:        MAY 30SUBJECT:  VISITORS;               EMPLOYESS ARE REMINDED THAT A NUMBER OF OUR CONTRACTS WITH CLIENTSARE OF A CONFIDENTIAL NATURE. THEREFORE, VISITORS ARE NOT ALLOWED WITHIN THE OFFICE AREA UNLESS THEY ARE ACCOMPANIED BY A MEMBER OF THE STAFF. YOUR VISITORS ARE ASKED TO SIGN IN AT THE RECEPTION DESK. THE RECEPTIONIST WILL CALL YOUR OFFICE TO ADMIT THEM.YOU MUST COME TO THE RECEPTION AREA AND ESCORT YOUR VISITORS TO YOUR OFFCIE.

    • A.

      DID YOU READ ANY INFORMATION?

    • B.

      DID YOU READ A REMINDER?

    • C.

      DID YOU READ AN INSTRUCTION?

    • D.

      DID YOU READ A WARNING?

    • E.

      DID YOU READ AN ANNOUNCEMENT?

    Correct Answer
    B. DID YOU READ A REMINDER?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "DID YOU READ A REMINDER?" because the memorandum is reminding employees about the policy regarding visitors in the office. It states that visitors are not allowed within the office area unless accompanied by a staff member and that employees should escort their visitors to their office. This indicates that the purpose of the memorandum is to remind employees of this policy.

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  • 28. 

    28  ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION:     WHO WILL READ THE ABOVE MEMO?

    • A.

      CUSTOMERS

    • B.

      COMPANY EMPLOYEES

    • C.

      VISITORS

    • D.

      SECURITY STAFF

    • E.

      GUESTS

    Correct Answer
    B. COMPANY EMPLOYEES
    Explanation
    The above memo will be read by company employees because it is a communication within the company. It is likely that the memo contains important information or instructions that are relevant to the employees' roles and responsibilities within the company.

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  • 29. 

    29.- ANSWER THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE FROM THE PREVIOUS MEMO:   WHY AREN'T VISITORS ALLOWED WITHIN THE OFFICE AREA?

    • A.

      THEY MAY GET LOST.

    • B.

      THEY ARE STRANGERS

    • C.

      COMPANY PROJECTS ARE CONFIDENTIAL

    • D.

      THEY ARE VIP PEOPLE

    • E.

      THEY DON'T GET APPOINTMENTS

    Correct Answer
    C. COMPANY PROJECTS ARE CONFIDENTIAL
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "COMPANY PROJECTS ARE CONFIDENTIAL". This answer explains why visitors are not allowed within the office area. It suggests that the reason for this restriction is to protect the confidentiality of the company's projects.

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  • 30. 

    30.   FROM THE PREVIOUS READING ANSWER THE FOLLOWING:   WHAT DO VISITORS DO WHEN THEY GET TO THE COMPANY?

    • A.

      CALL THEIR CONTACT

    • B.

      ADMIT BEING REGISTERED.

    • C.

      LEAVE BEFORE AN HOUR.

    • D.

      SIGN IN

    • E.

      SHOW ID

    Correct Answer
    D. SIGN IN
    Explanation
    When visitors get to the company, they are required to sign in.

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  • 31. 

    31.   FROM THE PREVIOUS READING, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING:            HOW WILL EMPLOYEES KNOW WHEN THEIR VISITORS ARRIVE:

    • A.

      THE VISITORS WILL CALL AHEAD

    • B.

      THE RECEPTIONIST WILL CALL THE EMPLOYEE'S OFFICE.

    • C.

      THE EMPLOYEE MUST WAIT AT THE RECEPTION AREA

    • D.

      THE VISITOR WILL BE SENT TO THE EMPLOYEE'S OFFICE

    • E.

      THE EMPLOYEE MUST MAKE A PHONE CALL

    Correct Answer
    B. THE RECEPTIONIST WILL CALL THE EMPLOYEE'S OFFICE.
    Explanation
    Employees will know when their visitors arrive because the receptionist will call the employee's office.

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  • 32. 

    32.  WHAT INFORMATION DID YOU GET FROM THE ABOVE MEMO?

    • A.

      ABOUT SECURITY CONTRACTS,.

    • B.

      ABOUT SECURITY STAFF.

    • C.

      ABOUT SECRET PROYECTS.

    • D.

      CUSTOMERS' CONTRACTS ARE CONFIDENTIAL

    • E.

      ABOUT EMPLOYEES' SECURITY.

    Correct Answer
    D. CUSTOMERS' CONTRACTS ARE CONFIDENTIAL
    Explanation
    The memo provides information about the confidentiality of customers' contracts.

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  • 33. 

    33.  FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:   THERE _______TIME FOR EVERYTHING IF WE HURRY.

    • A.

      WOULD BE

    • B.

      WOULD HAVE BEEN

    • C.

      WILL BE

    • D.

      WILL HAVE BEEN

    • E.

      COULD BE

    Correct Answer
    C. WILL BE
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "WILL BE" because it indicates a future possibility or certainty. The sentence suggests that there is time for everything if we hurry, implying that in the future, there will be enough time for various tasks if we act quickly.

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  • 34. 

    34.   FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:     WOULD YOU MIND_________UP.  I CAN'T HEAR.   

    • A.

      TALKING

    • B.

      SAYING

    • C.

      SPEAKING

    • D.

      CALLING

    • E.

      SCREAMING

    Correct Answer
    C. SPEAKING
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "SPEAKING" because the phrase "Would you mind" is followed by a verb in the -ing form. In this case, the verb "speak" is used in the -ing form, so the correct phrase is "Would you mind speaking up." This means that the speaker is asking the other person to speak louder or more clearly because they cannot hear.

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  • 35. 

    35.  FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:   I MUST GO TO THE SUPERMARKET. I SEEM TO HAVE RUN_______EVERYTHING.

    • A.

      AWAY WITH

    • B.

      DOWN

    • C.

      OFF

    • D.

      ACROSS

    • E.

      OUT OF

    Correct Answer
    E. OUT OF
    Explanation
    The phrase "I seem to have run out of everything" means that the speaker has used up or depleted all of their supplies or resources. They no longer have any of the items they need and must go to the supermarket to restock.

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    36.  FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE SUITABLE WORD BELOW:    ALICE WASN'T LOOKING FORWARD __________ IN AN ACCOUNTANT'S OFFICE.

    • A.

      TO WORKING

    • B.

      TO WORK

    • C.

      WHEN SHE WOULD WORK

    • D.

      WORK

    • E.

      FOR WORK

    Correct Answer
    A. TO WORKING
    Explanation
    Alice wasn't looking forward to working in an accountant's office.

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  • 37. 

    37.   FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:     IS THERE ANYTHING YOU PARTICULARY WISH__________TO YOU IN THE NEXT FEW  YEARS.    

    • A.

      THAT HAPPENED

    • B.

      IT HAPPENED

    • C.

      WOULD HAPPEN

    • D.

      TO HAVE HAPPENED

    • E.

      WILL HAPPEN

    Correct Answer
    B. IT HAPPENED
  • 38. 

    38.-   FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:     WHEN WE MOVED TO THE CAPITAL CITY SE SOON______________     IN A BIG CITY.

    • A.

      USED TO LIVING

    • B.

      GOT USED TO LIVE

    • C.

      USED TO LIVE

    • D.

      GOT USED

    • E.

      GOT USED TO LIVING

    Correct Answer
    E. GOT USED TO LIVING
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "GOT USED TO LIVING." This phrase is used to express the idea that someone became accustomed to or familiar with living in a big city after moving to the capital city.

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    39.-   FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:   __________ OF THE TWO FOOTBALL TEAMS SCORED A GOAL, SO THE FINAL   RESULT WAS A DRAW.

    • A.

      NO ONE

    • B.

      NONE

    • C.

      NEITHER

    • D.

      NOT ANY

    • E.

      ANY

    Correct Answer
    B. NONE
    Explanation
    The word "none" means not one or not any. In this context, it is used to indicate that neither of the two football teams scored a goal, resulting in a draw.

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    40.- FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:              HE SHOULD ___________ THAT TODAY IS SUNDAY.

    • A.

      BEEN TOLD

    • B.

      HAD BEEN TOLD

    • C.

      HAVE BEEN TOLD

    • D.

      HAVE BEING TOLD

    • E.

      BE TOLD

    Correct Answer
    C. HAVE BEEN TOLD
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "HAVE BEEN TOLD". This is because the sentence is in the present perfect tense, indicating an action that started in the past and continues to the present. "Have been told" is the correct form of the verb phrase to convey this meaning.

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  • 41. 

    41.-   FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:   HE _____________ THROW IT AWAY WHEN HE SAW SOMETHING SHINING.

    • A.

      HAD ABOUT TO

    • B.

      IS ABOUT TO

    • C.

      WAS TO

    • D.

      WAS ABOUT TO

    • E.

      HAD

    Correct Answer
    D. WAS ABOUT TO
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "WAS ABOUT TO". This is because the sentence is in the past tense and indicates an action that was about to happen but did not actually happen. The word "was" indicates the past tense, and "about to" suggests that the action of throwing something away was imminent but was interrupted by seeing something shining.

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    42.   FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:   THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL EVERY TEACHER WAS ________ A CLASSROOM.

    • A.

      SORTED

    • B.

      ALLOCATED

    • C.

      REGISTERED

    • D.

      DISTRIBUTED

    • E.

      ASSIGNED

    Correct Answer
    D. DISTRIBUTED
    Explanation
    On the first day of school, every teacher was distributing a classroom. This suggests that the teachers were assigning or allocating classrooms to themselves or to other teachers.

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  • 43. 

    43.   FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:   PIERRE __________HIS ENGLISH IF HE WAS GIVEN THAT JOB.

    • A.

      MUST HAVE IMPROVED

    • B.

      MUST TO HAVE IMPROVED

    • C.

      MUST HAVE TO IMPROVED

    • D.

      MUST BE IMPROVED

    • E.

      MUST IMPROVE

    Correct Answer
    A. MUST HAVE IMPROVED
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "MUST HAVE IMPROVED" because it is the correct form of the modal verb "must" followed by the verb "have" and the past participle "improved." This construction indicates a past obligation or necessity to improve Pierre's English in order to be considered for the job.

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  • 44. 

    44.-   FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW:               THE ESCAPED CONVICT GAVE ____________ TO THE POLICE.

    • A.

      HIMSELF UP

    • B.

      UP HIMSELF

    • C.

      IN HIMSELF

    • D.

      HIMSELF BACK

    • E.

      HIM UP

    Correct Answer
    B. UP HIMSELF
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "UP HIMSELF". This phrase means that the escaped convict surrendered or turned himself in to the police.

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    45.  READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE AND ANSWER REMARKS BELOSTHE STUMMERING CORPORATION HAS HAD A PROBLEM WITH ABSENTEEISM. BETWEEN JANUARY AND JUNE OF THIS YEAR. THE AVERAGE EMPLOYEE WAS SHOWING UP FIFTEEN MINUTES LATE FOR WORK, THREE TIMES A WEEK. THE MANAGEMENT DECIDED THAT SOMETHING HAD TO BE DONE.THE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT SUGGESTED THAT THE MANAGEMENT UNDERTAKE AN INCENTIVE PROGRAM. EVERY WORKER WHO WAS ON TIME DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST WOULD BE ELEGIBLE FOR A CASH AWARD. WITHIN FIVE DAYS OF THE ANNOUNCEMENT, ABSENTEEISM DECLINED TO THE LOWEST LEVEL IT HAD EVER BEEN.

    • A.

      THE ABSENTEEISM WAS DUE TO LOW SALARY

    • B.

      THE ABSENTEEISM WAS UNUSUAL BETWEEN JANUARY AND JUNE

    • C.

      ABSENTEEISM WAS AN UNUSUAL HABIT IN THE COMPANY

    • D.

      ABSENTEEISM INCREASED DURING JULY

    • E.

      ABSENTEEISM DECREASED AFTER AN INCENTIVE PROGRAM

    Correct Answer
    E. ABSENTEEISM DECREASED AFTER AN INCENTIVE PROGRAM
    Explanation
    The passage states that the management decided to implement an incentive program in which workers who were on time during the month of August would be eligible for a cash award. It further mentions that within five days of the announcement, absenteeism declined to the lowest level it had ever been. Therefore, the correct answer is "ABSENTEEISM DECREASED AFTER AN INCENTIVE PROGRAM."

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  • 46. 

    46.   FROM THE ABOVE READING, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING:     WHAT WAS THE PROBLEM AT THE STUMMERING CORPORATION?

    • A.

      THE MANAGEMENT

    • B.

      ABSENTEEISM

    • C.

      POOR PAY

    • D.

      UNPROFESSIONAL ATMOSPHERE

    • E.

      NEGLIGENCE

    Correct Answer
    B. ABSENTEEISM
    Explanation
    The problem at the Stuttering Corporation was absenteeism. This means that employees were frequently not showing up for work, which can have a negative impact on productivity and overall performance.

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    47.-  ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION FROM PREVIOUS READING.   WHAT DID THE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT SUGGEST?

    • A.

      TO COMMIT THEMSELVES TO AN INCENTIVE TASK

    • B.

      TO ASSIGN THE PERSONNEL A CASH AWARD.

    • C.

      EVERY WORKER GETTING LATE, HAD TO BE FIRED

    • D.

      TO HIRE NEW EMPLOYEES.

    • E.

      THE LAY OFF.

    Correct Answer
    B. TO ASSIGN THE PERSONNEL A CASH AWARD.
    Explanation
    The personnel department suggested assigning the personnel a cash award as an incentive task.

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  • 48. 

    48.-   FROM THE PREVIOUS READING ANSWER THE FOLLOWING:                     WHY WERE THE WORKERS IN TIME?

    • A.

      NOBODY WAS AWARE OF

    • B.

      NEGLIGENCE

    • C.

      GOT USED TO

    • D.

      SLACKNESS

    • E.

      LACK OF INCENTIVES

    Correct Answer
    C. GOT USED TO
    Explanation
    The workers were in time because they had become accustomed to a certain routine or schedule.

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  • 49. 

    49.- FROM THE PREVIOUS READING ANSWER THE FOLLOWING:      WHY WERE THE WORKERS ON  TIME?

    • A.

      TO BE WORTH THE TROUBLE

    • B.

      TO DESERVE A RISE

    • C.

      TO GAIN CONFIDENCE

    • D.

      TO OBTAIN FAMILIARITY

    • E.

      TO WIN FREQUENT REWARDS

    Correct Answer
    A. TO BE WORTH THE TROUBLE
    Explanation
    The workers were on time because they wanted to be worth the trouble. This suggests that they wanted to show their value and worth to their employers, possibly in order to secure their job or to demonstrate their dedication and commitment to their work.

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  • 50. 

    50.     FROM THE PREVIOUS READING, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING:      WHO UNDERTOOK AN INCENTIVE PROGRAM?

    • A.

      THE CEO

    • B.

      THE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT

    • C.

      THE EMPLOYEES

    • D.

      THE VISITORS

    • E.

      THE MANAGEMENT

    Correct Answer
    E. THE MANAGEMENT
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The management." From the previous reading, it can be inferred that the management undertook an incentive program.

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