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   LISTENING SECTION Longer Conversation 1. A. Ancient Greek Culture C. A scholarship B student council D. Organizational experience 2. A. having experience as a lecturer B. Attending a preliminary class C. Meeting required academic standards D. Having problem-solving skills 3. A. She has organizational experience B. She specializes in Ancient Roman Culture C. She had already got a scholarship before D. She barely passed the selection process 4. A. History C. Religious Studies B. Classical Studies D. Sociology 5. A. To become a playwright B. To act in a play C. To watch a comedy D. To help the woman to write a play 6. A. Before 9 a. m B. At 11 a. m C. At noon D. After 12 p. m 7. A. A student C. a famous playwright B. A professor D. An amateur comedian 8. A. He doesn’t like acting  B. He wants to relax on Friday C. He doesn’t think he’ll have the time  D. He has a part time job on Friday 9. A. A job application C. A childcare program B. A class schedule D. A family problem 10. A. Two university students B. A student and an employment agent C. A student and an advisor D. A student and a university employee 11. A. 2 years old C. 4 years old B. 3 years old D. 5 years old 12. A $ 3 per hour C. $ 10 per hour B. $ 6 per hour D. $ 24 per hour Short Talk 1. A. The early American culture B. The American Philosophical Society C. The founder of the American Philosophical Society D. United States’ third president  2. A. Through cultural exchanges B. By donating used books C. Through scholarly research D. By building libraries in the U. S 3. A. In 1704 C. In 1804 B. In 1743 D. In 1843 4 A. It had 100 members B. it had 700 medal receivers C. Its members are 700 researchers D. Its members include about 100 Nobel Prize winners 5. A. An introduction to the Library of Congress B. Federal cultural institutions in the U. S C. The mission of the Congress of the U. S D. The Congress of the United States 6. A. A Congress member B. The Librarian of Congress C. A researcher conducting a study D. The oldest staff member of the Library of Congress 7. A. 130 million C. 12 million B. 29 million D. 4.8 million 8. A. To become the largest library in the world B. To make its resources available for the Congress C. To improve the library system in the U.S D. To provide programs for the Congress 9. A. To direct activities of the Congress B. To make policy to carry out the mission C. To supervise staff members in managing the collections D. To put particular collections on the Internet 10. A. New York Stock Exchange B. Stock markets in London and Tokyo in 1987 C. Computerized trading on Wall Street D. A major decline of stock market prices in the U. S. 11. A At the end of the 19 th  century B. Within the last ten years C. In the late 1980’s  D. Many companies sold new stocks to the market 12. A. The prices of stocks crashed B. Wall Street’s computer system crashed  C. Stock prices in London and Tokyo increased D. Many companies sold new stocks to the market 13. A. The decrease in the volume of the U.S.’ international trade  B. The fundamental weaknesses in the U.S. economy C. A severe bug in Wall Street’s computer system  D. The bad performances of some major companies STRUCTURE AND WRITTEN EXPRESSION 1. Scientist have proved that vitamins are ________ to good health. A. importance B. of important C. importantly D. important 2. Not so long ago, _________ people resisted separating glass, cans, and paper from other substances in their garbage. A. much B. a little of C. many D. an amount of 3. Antibiotics ________relatively harmless to the host and can be used to treat infections. A. they are B. it is C. are D. is 4. Vegetables _____________ when eaten raw, although some should never be eaten raw. A. have the most nutrition C. most nutritious B. they are most nutritious D. their most nutrients 5. ___________ in the world face malnutrition because they cannot  produce enough food to feed all the people. A. Many are countries C. A country B. That counties D. Many countries 6. Water in the Earth’s oceans differ in the temperature and salinity. 7. With the right training, every puppies eventually learns not to dirty its owner ‘s  floor. 8. Some of the most commonly abused drugs is alcohol, cocaine, and amphetamines. 9. The ancient Egyptians had to pay hugely sums of money to be entombed in a sarcophagus. 10. Excessive or imbalances in a particular diet can have a negative impact on one’s health. 11. Despite its bad reputation, cholesterol is needed to build cell membranes, protecting nerve fibers, and produce vitamin D and some hormones. 12. The touch and manipulating of muscles are mainstream manual healing methods which make up chiropractic. 13. The upper layers of Venus’ clouds are full of sulfuric acid, but the low layers are full of phosphoric acid solution. 14. Choosing a diet low in fat and cholesterol is necessary to maintain health and reducing the risk of heart disease. READING SECTION  From far out in space, Earth looks like a blue ball. Since water covers three- fourths of the Earth’s surface, blue is the color we see most. The continents look brown, like small islands floating in the huge,  blue sea. White clouds wrap around the Earth like a light blanket. The Earth is shaped like a sphere, or a ball. It is 25,000 miles around! It would take more than a year to walk around the whole planet. A spaceship can fly around the widest part of the sphere in only 90 minutes. Even though spaceships have traveled to the Moon, people cannot visit the Moon without special suits. The Moon has no air or water. Plants and animals can’t live there either. Astronauts first landed on the Moon in 1969. After that, there were six more trips to the Moon. They brought back Moon rocks, which scientists are still studying. There are holes, or craters, all over the Moon’s surface. Scientists believe that meteorites smashed into the Moon millions of years ago and formed the craters. The Sun is the closest star to Earth. A star is a hot ball of  burning gas. The Sun looks very big because it is so close. But the Sun is just a medium-sized star. Billions of far-away stars are much  bigger than our Sun. The burning gases from the Sun are so hot that they warm the Earth from 93 million miles away! Even though the Sun is always glowing, the night here on Earth is dark. That’s  because the Earth rotates, or turns around, every 24 hours. During the day, the Earth faces the Sun. Then we see light. During the night, the Earth turns away from the Sun. Then it faces the darkness of space. 1. Why is blue the color we see most when looking at Earth from outer space? A. Because most of the Earth is covered in land. B. Because the Sun’s rays make the Earth look blue.  C. Because most of the Earth is covered in water. D. Because clouds wrap around the Earth. 2. Read this sentence from the story. Scientists believe that meteorites smashed into the Moon millions of years ago and formed the craters. What does formed mean? A. hit C. broke B. made D. stopped 3. What causes daylight on Earth? A. The full Moon causes daylight. B. Daylight is caused by the Earth facing away from the Sun. C. The heat of the Sun’s rays causes daylight.  D. Daylight is caused by the Earth facing toward the Sun. 4. Which of the following sentences BEST describes the Sun? A. The Sun looks small because it is so far from Earth. B. The Sun is a ball of burning gases that gives the Earth heat and light. C. The Sun is a small star. D. The Sun is not as hot as it looks. 5. What is the main idea of the article? A. Plants and animals can’t live on the Moon.  B. Without the Sun we would have no heat or light. C. We know a lot about the Earth, Moon, and Sun, but there is still more to learn. D. From outer space, the Earth looks tiny, even though it is thousands of miles around.  Structure & Written Expression 1. D 2. C 3. C 4. A 5. D 6. Differ 7. Dirty 8. Amphetamines 9. Hugely 10. Excessive 11. Membranes 12. Touching 13. Low 14. Reducing Reading Section 1. C 2. B 3. D 4. B 5. B Longer Conversation 1. A 2. C 3. A 4. B 5. B 6. C 7. A 8. C 9. C 10. B 11. B 12. C Short Conversation 1. B 2. C 3. B 4. C 5. A 6. B 7. C 8. B 9. B 10. D 11. C 12. A 13. D
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