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Unit 1
It would be a fairly accurate statement to say that, when I was in elementary school and high school, I was a painfully shy child. I usually kept to myself, had only a few friends, and rarely spoke in class. My parents were always very busy, so they never pushed me to become more involved in activities and meet more people. I was perfectly happy by myself. I spent much of my time with my nose buried in a book. The only times that I ventured away from the comforts of my bedroom were when I explored the seemingly endless aisles of stocked bookshelves at my favourite bookstore. 41. Which of the following is a rite of passage that helped the writer to become less shy? A. Attending high school. B. Reading many books. C. Attending college. D. Planning a great adventure. 42. In which paragraph does the author compare his desire to read to hunger? A. Paragraph 1. B. Paragraph 2. C. Paragraph 4. D. Paragraph 5. 43. Which of the following would make the best title for this passage? A. A Painfully Shy Child B. My College Life C. Travels with Greg D. Breaking Out of My Shell 44. "It would be an understatement to say that I was nervous. I was terrified." What does the writer mean by this statement? A. He wasn't nervous at all. B. He was mildly nervous. C. He was as nervous as usual. D. He was extraordinarily nervous. 45. Which of the following statements can you infer from the passage? A. Jack London wrote exciting stories. B. Jack London wrote dull stories. C. Jack London wasn't a famous writer. D. Jack London was the writer's favourite writer.

Unit2
When we're young, we can't wait to grow up and get on with life. When we're adults, we long for the carefree days of our youth when we could play all day without worry. This is one of the greatest ironies of life. Indeed, "the grass is always greener on the other side." It is a harsh truth that humans always want what they can't have. It's our nature. 41. Which of the following sentences is the main idea of this passage? A. It is a harsh truth that humans always want what they can't have. B. Too many adults seem to be in a hurry for children to grow up. C. Children should be free to play the day away. D. It's true that play helps develop skills that will be used later in life. 42. Which of the following would the writer of this passage likely NOT agree with? A. Adults should understand that children learn while they play. B. It is important for children to play and act young. C. Many games help children appreciate potential careers. D. Children should concentrate on their schoolwork above everything else. 43. "The grass is always greener on the other side" means _____.

A. other situations always seem better than the ones we are in B. people always lack confidence in themselves C. people prefer to live in a less barren land D. people always want their children to grow up fast 44. This passage is best described as _____. A. a first-person memoir B. a dramatic dialogue C. a persuasive essay D. an entertaining story 45. What does the writer mean by "You cannot put a price on an active and fertile imagination"? A. The ability to think creatively is worthless. B. The ability to think creatively is invaluable. C. The ability to think creatively helps children develop. D. The ability to think creatively is a natural part of childhood.

Unit3
When it comes to the arts, many people automatically think of Europe and North America. This is understandable since so many famous artists come from these regions. Many art museums are filled with paintings and drawings from European and North American artists from the past few hundred years. All countries, however, have a unique artistic heritage, so it should come as no surprise that countries throughout Africa and Asia have their own artistic styles and histories. 41. Which of the following best describes the main idea of this passage? A. European art is superior to all other art. B. African art is superior to all other art. C. Every country has a unique artistic tradition. D. Art is only a modern creation. 42. Which paragraph discusses the early history of art in Botswana? A. Paragraph 3. B. Paragraph 4. C. Paragraph 5. D. Paragraph 6. 43. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE? A. All art in Botswana is thoroughly unique to that country. B. Art in Botswana has been influenced by neighbouring countries. C. Art in Botswana is a relatively recent invention. D. All art in Botswana consists of simple decorations. 44. This passage is best described as _______. A. narrative fiction B. editorial non-fiction C. first-person history D. personal memoir 45. Which of the following would make the best title for the passage? A. Influential Art of the World B. A Critic's Opinion of Art in Botswana C. Botswana Masterpieces D. Art Without Notoriety

Unit4

Sometimes it seems we hear about the wonders of modern technology on a daily basis. I will admit that it's hard to argue with the facts. Computers, automobiles, the Internet, and increasingly smaller handheld devices certainly do make our lives more convenient. Everything, it seems, is getting faster, lighter, cheaper, and smaller. Pretty soon, computers will be the size of iPods and iPods will be the size of fingernails. 41. The writer of this passage would probably agree with which of the following statements? A. Technology is beginning to control our lives. B. Computers play a marginal role in our society. C. We rely on computer specialists because they are convenient. D. Technology is slowly becoming more expensive. 42. The writer's scenario with Michael is presented in order to _____. A. describe an innovation B. substantiate his argument C. illustrate an example from a bygone time.D. brag about personal accomplishments 43. Which paragraph draws a personal analogy to the reader? A. Paragraph 2. B. Paragraph 3. C. Paragraph 4. D. Paragraph 5. 44. Which of the following is the best one-sentence summary of this passage? A. Technology makes our lives more convenient. B. Science fiction is becoming a daily reality. C. Everybody uses computers and other technologies. D. The more we rely on technology, the more helpless we become. 45. Which of the following events does not support the writer's main idea? A. Marcus plays the latest video game after school. B. Lisa reads a book before going to bed each night. C. Carol uses a GPS system to find her way in a new city. D. Tony blogs and sends e-mails from his mobile phone.

Unit5
Dear Diary, This afternoon, Mr Jenkins asked me to stay for a few minutes after class. He told me that next week is Deaf Awareness Week and that we would be discussing it in class. He's already planned several activities and lectures, but, for obvious reasons, he also wanted me to make a class presentation. 41. The writer of this passage is unable to _____. A. see B. hear C. smell D. walk 42. Even though this passage is in the form of a diary entry, the material is _____. A. entertaining B. persuasive C. informative D. fictitious 43. According to the passage, which of the following is a true statement? A. There is a universal form of sign language used by deaf people around the world. B. American Sign Language is a form of French Sign Language. C. Laurent Clerc introduced the first form of sign language to the United States.

D. Every country has its own unique form of sign language. 44. Which of the following events occurred in 1817? A. Thomas Gallaudet graduated form Yale University. B. Thomas Gallaudet met Laurent Clerc in Paris. C. Thomas Gallaudet and Laurent Clerc founded the American School for the Deaf. D. Laurent Clerc developed American Sign Language. 45. According to the writer, all of the following are important to sign language EXCEPT_____. A. the ability to read B. hand motions C. sense of sight D. body language

Unit6
Have you ever thought about travelling abroad? Do you yearn to see what the world has to offer? Are you tired of simply hearing about other cultures and want to finally experience some of them? Why simply travel the world, though, when you can actively make a difference? 41. Where is a likely place that this passage might appear? A. On a marketing brochure for a volunteer vacation organizer. B. In a newspaper editorial about the need for emergency volunteers. C. On a travel brochure for a popular vacation destination. D. In a magazine article about volunteerism among prominent world citizens. 42. Which of the following would make the best title for this passage? A. The Benefits of International Travel B. Heroic Deeds of Bill Clinton and Kofi Annan C. Volunteer Vacations: Great Opportunities for Meaningful Work D. Volunteers: The True Heroes of the Planet 43. Which paragraph presents several possible scenarios for volunteer work? A. Paragraph 2. B. Paragraph 3. C. Paragraph 4. D. Paragraph 5. 44. The type of writing in this passage would best be described as _____. A. educational B. entertaining C. scientific D. persuasive 45. Which of the following sentences is the writer's critical message? A. Volunteer vacations are becoming increasingly popular. B. Many volunteer vacations are easy to organize and simple to execute. C. True heroes are those people who give what they can with no expectation of anything in return. D. You might make all the difference in the world.


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