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Part A: Vocabulary  

  1. The emotionally disordered person may perceive ………. events as personal failures.
  2. a) inoffensive b) threatening           c) monotonous                 d) unfavorable
  3. Tornadoes pose the greatest threats to the areas, which are especially vulnerable to ………. changes.
  4. a) abrupt b) direct                 c) sharp                           d) vivid
  5. The rumor and myth related to the American West had been ………… and new knowledge about Wild West was made known.
  6. a) circulated b) exaggerated c) released                        d) eliminated
  7. The Nobel prize is one of the most ……….. awards that a person can win.
  8. a) prestigious b) pessimist c) perfectionist                 d) permanent
  9. He damaged his leg so badly in the accident that the bone was ………. .
  10. a) emerged b) exposed       c) excluded                          d) indicated
  11. The more ………………… your notes, the more useful they will be for revision purpose.
  12. a) intact b) drastic c) extreme                        d) thorough
  13. ……………… reports said that seven people had died, though this was not confirmed later.
  14. a) Initial b) Excessive c) Apparent                      d) Sufficient
  15. I really enjoy being with my father, he’s got a really good …………….. of humor.
  16. a) feeling b) mood c) method                        d) sense
  17. Pamela ……………… to all of her acquintances as if they were ignorant children.
  18. a) looks over   b) talks down                c) holds up             d) tracks down
  • The suspect gave the wrong information to the police in order to …………………. them.
  1. a) disobey b) disapprove c) mistreat              d) mislead
  • The country is ………….. all the economic, political, and social pressures of rapid population growth.
  1. a) deriving b) emerging c) undergoing                   d) surpassing
  2. Deep freezing is now a common way of ……………… fruit and vegetables.
  3. a) identifying b) preserving c) preventing          d) recovering
  4. The hijackers kept the pilot on the board of the plane as a ………………. .
  5. a) damage b) hostage c) luggage               d) package
  6. Your organs will only be used after your death if you give your ……………… .
  7. a) conduct b) comment c) credit                    d) consent
  8. He was arrested by the police when he tried to ………….. a gun into the airport.
  9. a) smuggle b) impose c) emerge                         d) obtain

                

Part B: Grammer

  1. Over the past few months, we ……… the police six times.
  2. a) had called b) have been calling c) have called          d) had been calling
  3. The pulse rate of children is faster ………. healthy adult.
  4. a) the average b) that of the average c) than that of the average d) as that of the average
  5. Seismographs are used to locate oil, to determine ocean depth, and ……….. earthquakes.
  6. a) detect b) to detect
  7. c) be detecting d) are detecting
  8. ………….. mosquito bites a human being or other animal suffering from a certain disease, it carries off the disease germs in its Saliva.
  9. a) A          b) Whenever a                           c) Should a                      d) That a
  10. A desert is described as a region ……….. an average of less than ten inches of rain falls in a year.
  11. a) there is b) which has c) in which is                             d) in which

 

Part c: Reading Comprehension

            Read the following passages and choose the best choice.

      Passage

            Assault is an act which causes another person to apprehend immediate and unlawful personal violence. Thus, striking at another with a stick or first (even though the party misses the aim), drawing a sword, and throwing a bottle are common examples. Where A points a firearm at B, which A knows to be unloaded though B does not, and is so near that it might produce injury if it were loaded and went off, this constitutes an assault.

Mere words do not constitute an assault, however. The intent must be shown in acts not just in speech. Words are nevertheless relevant in certain circumstances and may prevent what, in other circumstances, would amount to an assault.

  1. In The topic of this passage is an …………
  2. a) fatal offence b) non fatal offence c) offence against persons                   d) B & C
  3. The word “apprehend” in means:
  4. a) seizer b) punish                         c) arrest                           d) convict
  5. “Assault” means:
  6. a) applying force b) treason c) Trespass to the person            d) Trespass to goods
  7. According to the passage:
  8. a) words never constitute an assault. b) in such circumstances words maybe an assault.
  9. c) mere words constitute an assault. d) All of them
  10. If what the author said is true:
  11. a) When “A” points a gun or firearm to “B” it is not assault.
  12. b) When “A” points a gun or firearm to “B” it is assault even thought it misses.
  13. c) When “A” points a gun or firearm to “B” it is battery.
  14. d) None of them

 

Passage

    Persons considering themselves to have a civil claim against another will normally consult their solicitor. The first step for the solicitor is to as certain whether a cause of action is disclosed or whether the matter maybe resolved by a straight forward letter to, for example, a debtor asking for payment.

The civil Procedure Act, amends the law as to civil procedure in England and Wales.

  1. The above passage is about ………….
  2. a) civil law b) criminal procedure
  3. c) civil procedure d) consultation
  4. The person making a claim called ……………
  5. a) plaintiff b) defendant
  6. c) solicitor d) lawyer
  7. The best synonym for the answer of question is ………….
  8. a) advocate b) claiment
  9. c) accused d) None of them

 

 

Passage

          In any state sovereignty is vested in the institution, Person, or body having the ultimate authority to impose law on everyone else in the state and the power to alter any pre-existing law. How and by whom the authority is exercised varies according to the political nature of the state. In many countries the executive, legislative, and judicial powers of sovereignty are exercised by different bodies. One of these bodies may in fact retain sovereignty by having ultimate control over the others. But in some countries such as the USA, the powers are carefully balanced by a constitution. In the UK sovereignty is vasted in Parliament.

  1. Sovereignty is defined as:
  2. a) authority b) supreme authority in a state
  3. c) internal authority d) the authority to settle international disputes
  4. According to the passage:
  5. a) soveregnty is exercised by differend bodies according to the political nature of a state.
  6. b) sovereignty is exercised by the executive power.
  7. c) in the UK sovereignt is exercised by judiciary.
  8. d) All of them

 



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