1. We understand from the passage that the construction of the Stonehenge —-.

(A) began 135 miles away from Salisbury

(B) is thought to have taken place in more than one stage

(C) was first documented by the Mycenaeans

(D) is not a mystery that needs to be solved

2. It is pointed out in the reading that the Stonehenge —-.

(A) was built by the Mycenaeans, who were very advanced in geometry

(B) probably has religious origins, possibly for worship of the sun

(C) had no astrological purposes

(D) was erected thousands of years ago in West Wales

3. According to the passage, there is no certainty about —

(A) where the Stonehenge was built

(B) what kind of stones were used in the construction of the Stonehenge

(C) how to calculate the exact time of Midsummer and Midwinter and of


(D) how the stones used in the construction of the Stonehenge were


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1. It is stated in the reading that World War I —-.

(A) caused a major depression in countries that were against killing civilians

(B) introduced the killing of civilians as a method of warfare

(C) is the bloodiest war in history

(D) marked the end of the most peaceful period in modern history

2.  It is pointed out in the passage that —-.

(A) the war’s economic impact was felt sharply in countries that were

        close to the war zone

(B) the aftermath of World War I brought more attempts to protect

        civilians in war

(C) unlike all subsequent wars, World War I was worldwide

(D) the impact of the World War I was felt even by the countries which

        were not close to the war fronts

3. We can understand from the passage that —-.

(A) very few countries had designed or built aircraft specifically for war

        functions before World War I

(B) World War I was not the first war in which civilians died

(C) many consider World War I the defining moment of modern life

(D) the aerial bombardment of civilians was , widely criticized

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1. According to the passage, Pride and Prejudice —-.

(A) doesn’t need elaborate explanation

(B) is the most famous novel in English literature

(C) doesn’t require shade to be understood by the readers

(D) is popular due to its vivacity of style

2. It’s implied in the passage that —-.

(A) there is no promising life about the characters in the novel

(B) Lydia and Wickham become happy after they have married

(C) Charlotte Lucas had an unhappy life with Mr. Collin’s

(D) the landscape of the novel adds lively atmosphere into it

3. Author Jane Austen confessed —-.

(A) that she didn’t write the novel on her own

(B) the reasons why Pride and Prejudice is so popular

(C) the ugliness of her novel

(D) her own skill and ability to affect public

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1. As it is pointed out in the passage, the color of the sunset

(A) may be lighter than expected due to salt particles in the air   

(B) is red if the sky is clear           

(C) owes its blueness to the distance between the sun and the earth       

(D) depends on the weather conditions and the location where it takes place

2. One can infer from the passage that the sunset looks yellow because

(A) scattering does not play an appreciable role in determining the color of the transmitted light

(B) the blue light is scattered on the long way through the air at that time

(C) the light coming directly from the sun is blue

(D) the air is polluted to such a degree that the Earth’s climate is actually changing

3. As it is pointed out in the passage,

(A) our eyes are more sensitive to light with blue frequencies

(B) the red light passes easily through the air without scattering at all

(C) when the sun sets, only the blue light is left

(D) the sunset is likely to look orange when small particles, such as salt from sea spray, are in the air

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1. One can infer from the reading that:

(A) the wreckages of some ships and planes have been found in Bermuda
(B) the number of incidents involving lost ships is no larger than that of any other
heavily traveled region of the world
(C) the ships. and the planes couldn’t contact with their base due to the lack of
(D) the first mention of disappearances in the area was made in 1945

2. It is pointed out in the passage that

(A) thousands of people lost their lives in the Bermuda Triangle in 1945
(B) all of the disappearances happened during the day time
(C) the Bermuda Triangle mystery was solved in 1945

(D) the ocean floor near Bermuda, highly unexplored, is host to many strange phenomena

3. The reading mainly deals with

(A) why so many ships and planes disappear in the Bermuda Triangle
(B) the mysterious disappearances of ships and planes in the Bermuda Triangle
(C) the location of the Bermuda Triangle
(D) the frequency of the disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle

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1. It is pointed out in the reading that opera

(A) has developed under the influence of musical theater
(B) is a drama sung with the accompaniment of an orchestra
(C) is not a high-budget production
(D) is often performed in Europe

2. We can understand from the reading that

(A) people are captivated more by opera than musical theater
(B) drama in opera is more important than the music

(C) orchestras in operas can vary considerably in size
(D) musical theater relies above all on music

3. It is stated in the reading that

(A) acting and costumes are secondary to music in musical theater
(B) many people find musical theater more captivating than opera
(C) music in musical theater is not as important as it is in opera
(D) an opera requires a huge orchestra as well as a large choir

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1. One can understand from the reading that

(A) the lifesaving equipment did not work well and lifeboats could not be lowered

(B) design faults and incompetent crew contributed to the sinking of the Estonia ferry

(C) 139 people managed to leave the vessel but died in freezing water

(D) most victims were trapped inside the boat as they were in their cabins

2. It is clear from the passage that the survivors of the accident

(A) helped one another to overcome the tragedy that had affected them all

(B) were mostly young men but women, children and the elderly stood little chance

(C) helped save hundreds of lives

(D) are still suffering from severe post-traumatic stress disorder

3. According to the passage, when the Estonia sank,

(A) there were only 139 passengers on board

(B) few of the passengers were asleep

(C) there were enough lifeboats for the number of people on board

(D) the faster reaction by the crew could have increased Estonia’s chances of survival

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Why did the lion run away?

(A) The Lion was afraid of the monkey

(B) The lion hated the crow

(C) The lion hated the crowing of the rooster

(D) None of the above


‘Now, it is said that there is nothing a lion hates more than the sound of a cock-a-doodle-doo. Perhaps, it is true, for the lion turned and fled at the sound of the rooster’s crowing.’

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