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    S GIO DC V O TO THI CHN I TUYN HC SINH GII D THI QUC GIATNH K LK NM HC 2010 - 2011

    MN: TING ANH 12 (180 pht khng k thi gian giao )

    (Lu : Th sinh lm bi ngay trn thi ny.)CH K CA 2 GIM KHO IM THI S PHCH

    BNG S BNG CH

    I. LISTENING (3.0 points)Part 1. George and Martha Spendthrift have a joint checking account; that is , they share onechecking account and both of them can write checks from it. Here is one page from their

    checkbook record. Listen as they try to balance their checkbook. Fill in the missing

    information.

    CHECKBOOK RECORD

    NAME: George and Martha SpendthriftACCOUNT: 132-98804

    NO. DATE DESCRIPTION PAYMENT DEPOSIT BALANCE200 10/25 (1) 30.21 490.31

    201 10/27 Electric Company 57.82 (2)202 10/27 Time magazine (3)203 10/30 (4) 70.00 327.49204 11/1 Compu - Tech 125.00 202.49205 Dr Painless 40.00 162.49

    11/1 Deposit 1234.69 (5)206 11/2 (6) (7) 985.18207 11/4 Visa Payment 155.00 830.18208 11/8 (8) 305.00 525.18209 11/10 Traffic ticket (9) (10)

    Part 2. Listen as David describes the positive and negative qualities of Katherine and Jeanand decide whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE or NO INFORMATION

    (NI) .

    STATEMENTS TRUE FALSE NI11. Katherine is Davids classmate at high school.12. Davids parents felt uncomfortable to meet Katherine.13. David and Katherine spent hours practising martial

    arts.14. Katherine is more sociable than Jean.15. David found it difficult to talk to Jean.16. David is extremely interested in sports.17. Jean made David laugh a lot with her funny jokes.18. Katherine has saved a lot of money19. Jean doesnt like playing with children.20. David has no idea about whom is serious about

    himself

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    Part 3. Listen to the following conversation and fill in the missing information in thenumbered space.

    Manager: Im (21) you somequestions, OK? What (22).....have you had?

    Applicant: Mostly factory jobs. The last five years I worked in (23)

    Manager: (24)do there?Applicant: I (25) ......... sheets of plastic.Manager: (26)...do here?Applicant: I (27) . Ill do anything. Im good

    with (28) and Im a hard worker.Manager: Why (29) an application in the

    office. It looks like were (30).. anopening next week. Ill call you.

    Applicant: Thanks.

    II. LEXICO AND GRAMMAR (7.0 points)Part 1: Choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence. Circle A, B, C or D toindicate your answer.

    31. It seems to be the big tour operators that take the _____ share of the profits.A. lions B. snakes C. tigers D. dogs

    32. My fear of wasps _____ from the fact that I was severely stung as a child.A. begets B. stems C. generates D. commences

    33. All the applicants for the post are thoroughly _____ for their suitability.A. searched B. vetted C. investigated D. scrutinized

    34. Ozone _____ has been the most severe at the poles, especially over Antarctica, where aseasonal ozone layer hole appears.

    A. deterioration B. depletion C. exhaustion D. decomposition35. He earns a lot of money, but hes such a reckless _____ that over the last three years hes

    got into serious debt.A. financier B. idler C. waster D. spendthrift

    36. I think you _____ a nerve when you mentioned Peters forthcoming retirement.A. touched B. had C. drilled D. hit

    37. The new soap opera on Channel 3 _____ new depths in terms of tastelessness.A. fills B. plumbs C. reaches D. achieves

    38. The room was so _____ with furniture that it was impossible to move.A. assembled B. cluttered C. burdened D. overrun

    39. Why did you _____ and mention the party to George? It was supposed to be a surprise.

    A. let the cat out of the bag B. put the cat among the pigeonsC. have kittens D. kill two birds with one stone40. He was arrested for trying to pass _____ notes at the bank.

    A. camouflaged B. fake C. counterfeit D. fraudulent41. Its good I got interested in that bottle. Granny _____ the poison taking it for her asthma

    medicine because the bottle was unmarked.A. might have swallowed B. had swallowedC. could swallow D. was able to swallow

    42. Microwaves are used for cooking, telecommunications, and _____.A. to diagnose medically B. medical diagnosingC. diagnosed medically D. medical diagnosis

    43. Traditionally Indian agriculture was mainly for subsistence, but from the 19th century_____, there has been a great increase _____ commercial farming.A.down - from B. since - with C. beyond - for D. onwards in

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    44. If you want to find good information about graduate programs in the United States, lookin _____ of the College Blue Books.

    A. volume two B. the volume two C. volume second D. second volume45. Both liquids and gases flow freely from a container because they have _____.

    A. not definite shape B. none definite shapeC. nothing definite shape D. no definite shape

    46. When Brian _____ all the time he had spent playing computer games over the summer,he realized he should have been working and saving money.A. fooled around with B. thought back onC. ran out of D. kept up with

    47. I locked myself out of my apartment. I didnt know what to do. You _____ yourroommate.

    A. could have called B. may have calledC. would have called D. A and B are correct

    48. You are being thoroughly _____ in refusing to allow this ceremony to take place.A. unrequited B. unrepresentative C. unreliable D. unreasonable

    49. Unsalted butter is best for this recipe, but _____ that, margarine will do.

    A. except B. failing C. for all of D. given50. Everyone knows about pollution problems, but not many people have _____ any

    solution.A. thought over B. got round to C. looked into D. come up with

    Part 2. Write the correct FORM of each bracketed word in the numbered space provided inthe column on the right. (0) has been done as an example.

    Although noise, (0) _____ (COMMON) defined as unwanted sound,is widely recognized form of pollution, it is very difficult to measure

    because the (51) _____ (COMFORTABLE) experienced by differentindividuals is highly subjective and, therefore, variable. Exposure to lowerlevels of noise may be slightly (52) _____ (IRRITATE) whereas exposureto higher levels may actually cause hearing loss. Particularly in (53) _____(CONGESTION) urban areas, the noise produced as a by-product of ouradvancing technology causes physical and psychological harm, and detractsfrom the quality of life for those who are (54) _____ (EXPOSURE) to it.

    Unlike the eyes, which can be covered by the eyelids against stronglight, the ear has no lid, and is, therefore, always open and (55) _____(VULNERABILITY); noise penetrates without protection.

    Noise causes (56) _____ (AFFECT) that the hearer cannot control

    and to which the body never becomes accustomed. Loud noises (57) _____(INSTINCT) signal danger to any organism with a hearing mechanism,including human beings. In response, heartbeat and (58) _____ (RESPIRE)accelerate, blood vessels constrict, the skin pales, and muscles tense. In fact,there is a general increase in (59) _____ (FUNCTION) brought about by theflow of adrenaline released in response to fear, and some of these responses(60) _____ (PERSISTENT) even longer than the noise, occasionally as longas thirty minutes after the sound has ceased.

    0. commonly

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    Part 3. The passage below contains 10 mistakes. Underline the mistakes and correct them inthe space provided in the column on the right. (0) has been done as an example.

    MISTAKES CORRECTIONThe relative of economics to history is rather 0. relative relationship

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    different from that of the other social sciences.Curiosity as it may sound, this relationship in manyrespect comes close to that between history andliterature. Economics, after all, are the science (in themeaning of the term) of anything which men actuallydo. Even if the science did not exist, men would still

    do economic decisions, economic predictions, and participate in the various forms of economicorganism which, in part, it is the economistsfunctioning to describe. Similarly, the disciplinedstudy of literature is concerned with something whichmen would also do anyway even if the disciplinedstudy did not exist: Compose poems, act in dramas,write novels, and read them. Political science, or thediscipline of politics, have, it is true, manysimilarities to economics, particularly where it isconcerned with general about political structures.

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    Part 4.Supply the correct form of the VERB in brackets to complete the passage. Write youranswer in the numbered box.

    Millions of years ago, trees from now (71) _____ (vanish) forests produced a stickysubstance that slowly (72) _____ (harden) into sparkling rocks. Often, the (73) _____ (harden)sap would drip onto an unlucky grasshopper or beetle, (74) _____ (encase) it in a prematuretomb. Today, a piece of amber with such content is worth thousands of dollars. However, notlong ago, miners tossed out these pieces, believing them (75) _____ (flaw) and worthless. The

    preservation of creatures in amber is (76) _____ (amaze). Scientists are able to cut the amber andexpose the actual structures of a prehistoric creatures muscles, eyes, jaws and nervous systems.Although amber supplies (77) _____ (decline) in some areas of the world, it is doubtful that the

    supplies (78) _____ (deplete) any time soon. New deposits always (79) _____ (discover), (80)_____ (guarantee) a rich link to the past.Your answers:

    71. ............................................... 76. ...............................................

    72. ............................................... 77. ...............................................

    73. ............................................... 78. ...............................................

    74. ............................................... 79. ...............................................

    75. ............................................... 80. ...............................................

    Part 5. Complete the following sentences with a phrasal verb in the box. Use each phrasalverb ONCE and please note that the given phrasal verbs outnumbered the gaps. Write your

    answers in the numbered spaces provided at the end of this part.

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    gone down with ease off bowled over crack down whisked away clued up

    brought down soldier on cooling off phased out warm up picked up

    81. Janes _____ flu and wont be able to attend the meeting.82. If you are thinking of going jogging, its always essential to do some _____ exercises

    first.

    83. Despite having had two heart attacks, Peter decided to _____ at work until he reachedretirement age.

    84. When Ronan Keating, the pop star, arrived at London Airport, he gave a press conferenceand was then _____ to a secret destination in the capital.

    85. Its pouring. Lets wait for the rain to _____ before we go shopping.

    86. The regimes economic problems caused it to be _____.

    87. Out-of-date computers will be ____ in schools to allow updated models to be introduced.

    88. The police decided to _____ on drug offenders, and staged a number of early morningraids.

    89. The sight of his bride in her wedding dress just _____ Tim _____.

    90. Brian _____ a virus on a trip to Europe and is now gravely ill.

    Your answers:

    81. .. 82.

    .. 83.

    .. 84.

    .. 85.

    ..

    86. .. 87.

    .. 88.

    .. 89.

    .. 90.

    ..

    III. READING COMPREHENSION (4.0 points)Part 1. Choose the word that best fits each of the blanks in the following passage. Circle A, B,C or D to indicate your answer.

    The quality of the air we (91) _____ is important because it affects our health and thelength of our lives. Air pollution is a big (92) _____ in many of our cities and a (93) _____ ofthis is caused by motor vehicles. There are six main pollutants in the (94) _____ and four ofthese are (95) _____ in large quantities by motor engines. The gases that are (96) _____ into the

    air are affected by sunlight and turned into ozone at ground level. Unlike the ozone that is high inthe atmosphere and protects us from radiation, the ozone on the ground is a health (97) _____.Many countries have (98) _____ the level of lead pollution by banning the use of the metal

    in (99) _____. In other countries, its (100) _____ is very strictly controlled. We have to (101) _____ or get rid of the three other harmful gases produced by the 630 million vehiclesworldwide a(n) (102) _____ that is likely to double in the next twenty to thirty years.

    Concern about the environment has led to the invention of a (n) (103) _____ known as thethree way catalytic converter, so-called because of the three poisonous gases it (104) _____ toreduce. More efficient engines reduce the formation of these gases and the converter reducesthem still further. Harmful gases in engine exhausts are burned up by passing them over a metalcatalyst which (105) _____ up the reaction. The catalyst is rather expensive, but what price do

    we put on good health?91. A. inhale B. breathe C. breath D. respire92. A. problem B. trouble C. difficulty D. crisis

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    93. A. much B. many C. lot D. bunch94. A. environment B. surroundings C. mood D. atmosphere95. A. shaped B. fashioned C. produced D. made96. A. unconfined B. delivered C. liberated D. released97. A. peril B. risk C. exposure D. danger 98. A. hacked B. chopped C. cut D. sliced

    99. A. petrol B. coal C. grease D. energy100. A. exploit B. employ C. apply D. use101. A. reduce B. shrink C. condense D. ease102. A. form B. shape C. figure D. amount103. A. appliance B. device C. tool D. apparatus104. A. assists B. facilitates C. aids D. helps105. A. speeds B. rates C. paces D. accelerates

    Part 2 . Fill each blank of the following paragraph with ONE suitable word. Write youranswers in the numbered blanks provided below the passage.

    The body of the average adult has in storage enough (106) _____ to last for several weeks.

    It has enough water to last for several days. At any one time, however, the body has only enoughoxygen stored in the (107) _____ to last for three or four minutes! Fortunately, it is not difficultfor us to (108) _____ the oxygen we need. As a rule, we need only to breathe in the (109) _____around us for an adequate supply.

    The amount of oxygen needed by a person at any one time (110) _____ upon his activities.As the activities of the body increase, the use of oxygen also increases. He begins to breathedeeper and faster to bring (111) _____ oxygen into the lungs. More red cells are thrown into the

    bloodstream to aid in carrying the added supply of oxygen. Blood from the stomach and theintestines is transferred (112) _____ the blood vessels of the muscles which are at work. This

    blood helps to transfer the added oxygen to the (113) _____ of the body that need it.If blood is taken from the stomach right after a (114) _____, digestion of food will be

    hampered. It is best, therefore, (115) _____ to exercise strenuously right after eating.

    Your answers:

    106.

    .. 107.

    .. 108.

    .. 109.

    .. 110.

    ..

    111.

    .. 112.

    .. 113.

    .. 114.

    .. 115.

    ..

    Part 3: Read the passage carefully. Then choose the item that best answers each of thequestions below. Circle A, B, C or D to indicate your choice.

    Memory is a vital characteristic of the human species. Organisms evolve to adapt to theirenvironment in many different ways. There are, however, two broad classes of adaptation. Thefirst of these involves preprogramming the organism to cope with its environment so that it is

    born with all the necessary instincts and equipment to operate efficiently and effectively withvirtually no learning. This is clearly a very successful means of adaptation and has enabled anenormous range of organisms, from plants, bacteria, and insects to simple vertebrates, tocontinue to flourish for millions of years. Such organisms have their mode of adaptation wiredin and, as such, have minimal need for learning or memory.

    The second involves the production of an organism which is adaptable. Here, there is muchless preprogramming, and the organism is left to modify its behavior in response to itsenvironment. This allows for considerably greater complexity and variability of behavior. It alsodemands a larger brain and is heavily dependent on the capacity to learn and remember. Thehuman race is the obvious example of this form of evolution our ability to learn and rememberhas allowed us to develop tools and language, technologies which in turn vastly increased our

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    ability to store and communicate yet more information through writing, and subsequently films,videos, and computers, all of which can be regarded as an extension of the memory. However,without the individuals memory, the vast storage of information in the libraries all over theworld would be incomprehensible.

    Accordingly, the ability to learn and remember, allowing as it does for the development oflanguage, is perhaps our most crucial characteristic.

    116. The author mentions all of the following in connection with the first class of adaptationEXCEPT:

    A. ability to deal with the environment. B. state of being programmed in advance.C. process of being wired into equipment. D. possession of the requisite instincts.

    117. According to the passage, many organisms have existed for millions of years because they:A. have inbuilt resources. B. continually adapt to the environment.C. have no memory. D. are unable to learn.

    118. According to the passage, the organism of the second class:A. changes the behavior constantly. B. relies upon its memory.

    C. modifies the environment. D. learns very quickly.119. The author suggests that a human beings memory is:

    A. partly responsible for the growth of the language.B. a tool used for understanding.C. supported by technological advances.D. dependent upon the storage of writing.

    120. It can be referred from the passage that mans most important characteristic is:A. the ability to speak. B. the capacity to remember.C. the skill of storing information. D. an aptitude for writing.

    Part 4. The following people are choosing books to read. Look at the information about newbooks. Decide which book each person should get. Mark the correct letter A to H in the space

    provided for each number.

    Example: I 6_____ 1. Joanna Brown does not like novels. She prefers reading about peoples real-lifeexperiences. She is interested in reading about far away places and animals.

    _____ 2. Eric Macadam likes adventure stories, but he does not like stories about the past. Heread one of E. L. Thornaways books last year, but though it was rather boring. He hates lovestories.

    _____ 3. Caroline Martin likes stories about women, although she does not care for love stories.She prefers to read about strong successful women, whose lives are rather like her own. She is a

    businesswoman who lives in London._____ 4. Jonathan Cuthbert is nineteen. He is interested in transport, and though he likesexcitement, he does not like war stories. In fact, he prefers non-fiction to fiction.

    _____ 5. Gerald Donald is a politician, but he wants to relax on his holiday by reading somethingcompletely different from his own life. He thinks he would like to try a love story. A novel set inthe world of entertainment would be ideal.

    A. The Wild WoodBy Rex Dobson

    A band of robbers break into a house and kidnap a rich girl. Fortunately, there is one manwho can find their secret hiding place and rescue her. The cruel leader of the band wants to

    murder the girl. There is a screamthen

    B. Behind the Wheel

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    By Bert DixonBert Dixon started to keep a diary as soon as he got his driving license. Now a well-

    known professional racing driver, he tells a story full of race tracks, sharp bends, cars on fire,burst tyres and more than a few crashes.

    C. Vote for Hannah Harvey

    By E. L. ThornawayHannah Harvey, a close relation of the Prime Minister, wins an election. Hannah is hard-working and plans to become a great woman politician. Then she agrees to help a friend who isin trouble and suddenly things start to go wrong

    D. A Man at WarBy Henry Martin

    The true story of a soldier who joined the army at nineteen. Henry Martin tells of battles,of helicopters exploding, of bombs dropping, of bullets flying. Taken prisoner by the enemy, hemanages to escape from prison by night and get away over the mountains.

    E. Singing on the ShoreBy Margery Pleasant

    Another romantic novel from Margery Pleasant. The heroine, Maria, is a poor girl whogoes to the seaside to work as a waitress. She falls in love with a famous singer, but he isengaged to a beautiful blonde dancer. Maria is desperately unhappy.

    F. Elephant MorningBy Esther Motsumi

    The author was the first woman from her village to qualify as a doctor. This is the truestory of her life running a clinic in southern Africa. She writes beautifully about the people she

    met and their relationship with the animals in Africa.G. Steam and Smoke

    By Mark OBrienThis novel is set in the 19th century, in the early days of railway transport. It tells of the

    battle between two men: a young engineer, Joshua Dobson and his enemy, the rich landowner,Jasper March.

    H. Home DecorationBy Alice and Peter Saunders

    This book gives step-by-step instructions for painting and decorating all kinds of houses.

    It is full of usual ideas, with lots of pictures in color.V. WRITING (6.0 points)Part 1. For each of the sentences below, write a new sentence as similar as possible inmeaning to the original sentence, but using the word given in block letters. This word must

    not be altered in any way.

    1. My little cottage looked very small against the mountain. (dwarfed)

    ...........................................................................................................................................................

    2. She began to suffer from irrational fears. (prey)

    ...........................................................................................................................................................3. Ours is the only company allowed to import these chemicals. (monopoly)

    ...........................................................................................................................................................

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    4. The final version of the plan was quite different from the initial draft. (resemblance)

    ...........................................................................................................................................................

    5. Dont tell your colleagues anything about this. (breathe)

    ...........................................................................................................................................................

    Part 2. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence.Using the word given in block letters. This word MUST NOT be altered in any way.

    1. When should we collect the books we ordered last week? (supposed)

    When ........................................................................................up the books we ordered last week?

    2. He seemed to be worried about something. (impression)

    I ...........................................................................................................................was worrying him.

    3. I learn quite a lot of the language simply by listening to other people. (fair)

    I picked ...the language simply by listening to other people.

    4. The thief confessed to everything he had done. (full)

    The thief . confession.

    5. All the witnesses said the accident was my fault. (blame)

    All the witnesses said that the accident.

    6. The police think that he was one of the robbers. (taking)

    The police suspect .the robbery.

    7. It seems that there is a gradual fall in the number of complaints. (falling)

    The number of complaints ..it seems.8. He seems not to care about anything. (matters)

    He acts .. to him.

    9. Whenever Barbara saw Mick, she crossed the street to avoid having to speak to him.(every)

    Barbara crossed the street . to avoid having to speak to him.

    10. Have you made any arrangements for this weekend? (anything)

    Are ..this weekend?

    Part 3. Write a description of the graph below (160 180 words).

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    Part 4.Some students like classes where their teachers lecture in class. Other students preferclasses where the students do some of the talking. Which type of class do you prefer? Use

    specific reasons and examples to support your opinion. (200 250 words).

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    P NII. LISTENING (3.0 points)

    Part 1. Track 13/CD 2CHECKBOOK RECORD

    NAME: George and Martha Spendthrift

    ACCOUNT: 132-98804NO. DATE DESCRIPTION PAYMENT DEPOSIT BALANCE200 10/25 (1) ABC Market 30.21 490.31201 10/27 Electric Company 57.82 (2) 432.49202 10/27 Time magazine 35.00 (3) 397.49203 10/30 (4) Georges sisters

    birthday present

    70.00 327.49

    204 11/1 Compu - Tech 125.00 202.49205 Dr Painless 40.00 162.49

    11/1 Deposit 1234.69 (5) 1397.18206 11/2 (6) House Payment (7) 412.00 985.18207 11/4 Visa Payment 155.00 830.18208 11/8 (8) Car Insurance Bill 305.00 525.18209 11/10 Traffic ticket (9) 68.00 (10) 457.18

    Part 2. Track 30/CD 4

    a. NIb. Tc. F

    d. T

    e. Tf. Tg. F

    h. F

    i. NIj. T

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    21. going to ask22. kind of jobs23. a plastic factory24. what did you25. used to cut26. what do you want to

    27. dont know28. my hands29. dont you fill out30. going to have

    Part 3. Listen to the following conversation and fill in the missing information in thenumbered space.

    Manager: Im (21) you somequestions, OK? What (22).... have youhad?Applicant: Mostly factory jobs. The last five years I worked in (23)Manager: (24)..do

    there?Applicant: I (25) ......... sheets of plastic.Manager: (26)...do here?Applicant: I (27) . Ill do anything. Im goodwith (28) and Im a hard worker.Manager: Why (29) an application in theoffice. It looks like were (30).. an opening next week.Ill call you.Applicant: Thanks.

    III. LEXICO AND GRAMMAR (7.0 points)Part 1.31. A 35. D 39. A 43. D 47. A32. B 36. A 40. C 44. A 48. D33. C 37. B 41. A 45. D 49. B34. B 38. B 42. D 46. B 50. DPart 2.61. discomfort 52. irritating 53. congested 54. exposed

    55. vulnerable 56. effects 57. instinctively 58. respiration59. functioning 60. persist

    Part 3.

    61. Curious 62. respects 63. is 64. something65. make 66. organization 67. function 68. out69. has 70. generalizationPart 4.71. vanished 76. amazing72. hardened 77. are declining73. hardening 78. will be depleted74. encasing 79. are always being discovered75. to be flawed 80. guaranteeingPart 5.

    81. gone down with 84. whisked away 87. phased out

    82. warm up 85. ease off 88. crack down83. soldier on 86. brought down 89. bowled Tim over 90. picked up

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    III. READING COMPREHENSION (4.0 points)Part 1.

    91. B92. A93. C94. D

    95. C

    96. D97. B98. C99. A

    100. D

    101. A102. C103. B104. D

    105. APart 2.

    106. food107. lungs108. acquire109. air 110. depends111. more112. into113. parts114. meal

    115. not

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    Part 3.116. C 117. A 118. B 119. A 120. B

    Part 4.121. F 122. A 123. C 124. B 125. EV. WRITING (6.0 points)Part 1.

    126. My little cottage was dwarfed by the mountain.127. She fell prey to irrational fears.128. Our company has/holds the/a monopoly of/on/over the

    import/importing/importation of these chemicals.129. The final version of the plan bore/had no/little/not much resemblance to the initial

    draft.There was no/little/not much resemblance between the final version and the initial draft.

    130. Dont breathe a word of this to your colleagues.Dont breathe a word to your colleagues about this.

    Part 2.131. When are we supposed to pick up the books we ordered last week?

    132. I got/had the impression that something was worrying him.133. I picked up a fair amount/knowledge/bit of the language simply by listening to

    other people.134. The thief made a full confession.135. All the witnesses said that I was to blame for the accident.136. The police suspect him of taking part in the robbery.137. The number of complaints is gradually falling it seems.138. He acts as if/though nothing matters to him.139. Barbara crossed the street every time she saw Mick to avoid having to speak to

    him.140. Are you doing anything for this weekend?

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