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II. Read the text. For questions 11-15 choose the appropriate ending for each sentence.
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In November 1999, a collection of 50,000 environmentalists, students, anarchists, and ordinary members of the public gathered in Seattle, USA, to protest against a meeting there of the World Trade Organization. The demonstration began peacefully, but by the end of the day, protestors had smashed shop windows and destroyed property. The police had fired plastic bullets and gas into the crowd, and a state of civil emergency had been declared. The ‘Battle of Seattle’ is now seen as the start of a world-wide anti-globalization movement.
Similar demonstrations have now become common in cities that host global monetary meeting. In London’s financial district, anti-globalization demonstrations take place annually every 1st of May. The largest protests so far took place in Genoa, Italy, in 2001, where 300,000 demonstrators clashed with police in a violent conflict: one person died and hundreds were injured.
Anti-globalization protestors are protesting about the dominance in the world economy of large (usually American) multi-national companies. They consider that these companies spread their western culture at the expense of other countries, and that they exploit developing countries and the environment in general. Targets for violence and vandalism are often American companies such as McDonald’s, GAP and Starbucks.
11 In 1999, 50,000 protesters gathered in Seattle
a) to declare a state of emergency b) to destroy shop windows and property
c) to demonstrate their disagreement with the WTO policy
12 The anti-globalization started its global level with
a) the ‘Fighting of Seattle’ b) the ‘Battle of Seattle’ c) the ‘Clash of Seattle’
13 Hundreds of demonstrators suffered in a conflict which took place
a) in London b) in Seattle c) in Genoa
14 In most cases anti-globalization demonstrators direct their protest against such producers as
a) Gap b) Levi Strauss c) Kelvin Klein
15 People gather for anti-globalization protests because they
a) want more people to join them
b) don’t like the quality of goods produced by multi-national companies
c) are against the domination of the western culture and way of life
III. For questions 16 – 90 decide which answer best fits each space.
16 We eggs every morning, because they are useful..
C are eating
17 Jack, don’t be noisy. The father ____________TV now.
B is watching
C has been watching
18 Be quick! John ______________for us for twenty minutes downstairs.
A have waited
C has been waiting
19 I ___________ from this university a few years ago.
A was graduating
B has graduated
20 My friend___________ to visit me this weekend.
B will come
C is coming
21 Yesterday while he _____________ to work he met an old friend.
A was driving
C had been driving
22 I _______________ this e-mail yet.
A hadn’t got
B haven’t got
C didn’t get
23 How long ________________ to dial her phone number?
A are you trying
B did you try
C have you been trying
24 He ______________ home when we came in.
A has already gone
B had already gone
25 When I ______________ my exams, I’ll organize a party.
A will pass
26 I ______________ you the results of the test by post in a week’s time.
A will send
B am sending
27 You ______________ for five straight hours. No wonder you are tired.
A are studying
B had been studying
C have been studying
28 How _______________ your arm?
A have you breaked
B have you broken
C did you broke
29 We _____________ to have chicken for dinner, I’ve already put it in the oven.
B are going
C will be going
30 I ____________ any of Picasso’s paintings before I visited the art museum.
A haven’t seen
B didn’t see
C hadn’t seen
31 He opened the window, watered the flowers and then ____________ him.
B had phoned
C was phoning
32 We ___________ the flat by the time our parents arrived.
A have cleaned
B had cleaned
C were cleaning
33 Your perfume ____________ great.
A is smelling
C has smelled
34 It’s cold in here. I____________ the heater.
A am turning on
B will turn on
C turned on
35 It’s fantastic here! I___________ a wonderful time!
B am having
36 We _________ make our own fun in the old days. There wasn’t any television then.
a)must b)did to c)had to d)should to
37 The boy fell into the river, but fortunately we ____________ to rescue him.
a)could b) were able c)can d)won’t be able to
38 He had hurt his leg, so he ___________ walk very well.
a)can b) were able to c)couldn’t d)won’t be able to
39 I ___________ to get up early on Monday.
a)am able b)must c)have d) may
40 He was very strong; he ____________ ski all day and dance all night.
a)can b) could c)were able to d)won’t be able to
41 Mary feels she __________ swim every day, to avoid health problem.
a) must b) could c)may d)has to
42 If we _____________ some spare time, we’d learn French.
a) had b) have c)have had d)would have
43 If I ______________ to the party last night I wouldn’t have failed my exam.
a)didn’t went b) hadn’t gone c)wouldn’t go d) didn’t go
44 What _______________ if you found some buried treasure?
a) did you do b) had you done c)will you do d) would you do
45 What will happen when the train _____________?
a) stop b) will stop c)stops d)stopped
46 _________ you change your job if you were in my position?
a) can b) would c)did d)must
47 Children learn languages_________ than adults.
A-faster B-more faster C-fastest
48 United are great! They are _________ club in the world.
A-the biggest B- bigger C most big
49 I haven’t eaten _____ as you.
A-so much B- as much C- much more
50 It makes no difference, because this sweater is ____ as that one.
A-as expensive B- expensive C- more expensive
51 The bigger the supermarket is, __________ the choice is.
A-the wider B- wider C-more wider
52 Most of the pollution in the city centre _____ by traffic jam.
A-is caused B- are caused C- were caused
53 Two letters _______ this morning by the postman.
A-were delivered B- is delivered C- was delivered
54 About 3,000 workers_______ by this corporation next year.
A-are employed B- employed C- will be employed
55 The students _______ round the museum by a guide.
A-shown B- was shown C- were shown
56 My car _______ by a mechanic recently.
A-has been fixed B- are fixed C- fixed
57 There was nothing on TVI went to bed early.
A but_______________ B because C so
58 All the cafes were full it was a public holiday.
A that is why________ B because C and
59 My children don’t like tea _______they like cocoa with milk.
A because B so C but
60 She wanted to be a doctorshe studied hard not to fail her exams.
A and______________ B because C although
61_______they sometimes fight a bit, they are close friends.
A so_______________ B although C because
62 We were simply too tired _________ we decided not to go out for a meal.
A but B that is why C because
63 I can’t find my keys. I had them a minute _____________.
a)before b) back c) ago d) behind
64 We do most of our business _____________ summer.
a) at b) on c)while d) in
65 I’ve got ____________ the station just in time to see Jack off.
a) at b) to c) in d)into
66 I’m taking my driving test at four o’clock _____________ July 3-rd.
a) at b)in c)of d)on
67 We walked _______________ the stairs to the top floor.
a) up b)down c) along d)through
68 We are looking for a flat _______________ three bedrooms.
a) of b)from c) with d) for
69 Benjamin was proud _______________ himself for winning the prize.
a) in b) for c) of d) with
70 Sydney in Australia is famous _____________ its Opera House.
a) for b) from c) with d) about
71We won’t start the meeting ____________ everyone is here. We need everybody’s opinion.
a) while b) on c) until d) when
72 The firefighters rescued many people ______________ the burning building.
a) out of b) from c) at d) in
73 I quite like fish, but It depends ____________ the way it is cooked.
a) from b) on c) in d) by
74 Polly wants to cycle round the world. I’m interested __________ the idea too.
a) about b) in c) on d) with
75 We get lots of requests __________ help.
a) at b) for c) of d) on
76 I congratulate Mary_______ getting the new job.
a) for b) on c) with d) in
77 Chris is good __________sports.
a) for b) with c) during d) at
78 Sarah works in here. She uses this room _____________ her study.
A as ........................................................ B if
79 I’m very busy this week, I have to finish this report _____________ Thursday
A by ....................................................... B until
80 -I don’t know which book to buy. -Why don’t you buy _________ them
A both ....................................................... B both of
81 Ann isn’t at home. She’s ____________ at work.
A still ....................................................... B yet
82 I have to be back at the office in _____________ minutes.
A few B a few
83 It happened _____________the night
A during B while
84 It’s a small house, _____________ small for a large family.
A too B rather
85 Suddenly, he stood up, ________________ his coat and left.
A dressed B put on
86 She works ______________. She certainly looks tired.
A too hard B hard enough
87 What did she _______________ to you?
A say B tell
88 ______________ children like playing.
A most B most of
89 Your test is rather poor. You don’t know the material ________________.
A quite B at all
90 When I saw him he was preparing to _______________ at the meeting.
A speak B talk
IV For points 91-100 decide to which part of speech each of the given words belongs. Circle the letter corresponding to the appropriate part of speech.
91 celestial n v a
92 confidence n v a
93 enigmatic n v a
94 emptiness n v a
95 thoughtless n v a
96 estimation n v a
97dehydrate n v a
98 generalize n v a 99preferable n v a
100 modify n v a
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