........................is necessary after hard work.
Relax
Relaxation
Relaxed
Relaxing
_________________________________________ . For example, a person can have breakfast in New York, board an airplane, and have dinner in Paris. A businesswoman in London can instantly place an order with a factory in Hong Kong by sending a fax.  Furthermore, a schoolboy in Tokyo can turn on a TV and watch a baseball game being played in Los Angeles.
Advances in technology have made the world seem smaller.
Airplanes have changed our lives.
The fax machine was an important invention.
_________________________________________ First of all, we need money to repair old roads and build new roads. We also need more to pay teachers’ salaries and to pay for services such as trash collection. Finally, more tax money is needed to give financial help to the poor citizens of the city. It is clear that the city will have serious problems if taxes are not raised soon.
City taxes are too high.
City taxes pay for new roads.
We should raise city taxes.
_________________________________________ One thing you must consider is the quality of the university’s educational program. You also need to think about the school’s size and location. Finally, you must be sure to consider the university’s tuition to make sure you can afford to go to school there.
It is expensive to attend a university in the United States.
There are several factors to consider when you choose a university to attend.
You should consider getting a good education.
A……………..diet is one that helps maintain general health.
Health
Healthy
Unhealthy
Circle the best title for the reading text. Color Matters for What You Wear Clothes are like a second skin. Most likely you feel good when you wear your favorite color. What happens when someone sees you wearing any color - for example blue? Does the color send a message? What do you think about pink and blue for children? One of the most common examples of color symbolism in clothing is the custom of using pink for girls and blue for boys, but it wasn't always this way. This tradition emerged at the turn of the 20th century. Since pink was thought to be a stronger color, it was best suited for boys; blue was more delicate and dainty and best for girls. In 1921, the Women's Institute for Domestic Science in Pennsylvania endorsed pink for boys, blue for girls. Even more interesting is the fact that pink is the color for baby boys and blue is the color for baby girls in Belgium today. Another interesting fact about pink is that pink is a very masculine color in Bermuda. Also, British bankers and barristers have worn pink shirts for decades. Pink goes in and out of fashion in other parts of the world. White is the traditional color for a bride's wedding gown in the U.S. and most European cultures. White symbolizes purity and innocence. What about the color worn for weddings and funerals? In Asia, white is the color of death. This arises from the belief that death is seen as a beginning and that white represents the purity that the deceased brings into the next life. Therefore, brides in Japan and China wear red in traditional wedding ceremonies. White is also associated with death in India, where widows wear white. Consequently, red or pink saris are the most popular colors for brides. What about black clothes? Black symbolizes death and is the traditional color of mourning in Western cultures. Black clothing is associated with powerful forces in many parts of the world. Bad and good Witches, the devil, ninjas, cat burglars, Darth Vader, Cat Woman, and Batman wear black....and so do priests, nuns, judges, mimes, Mennonites, Bedouins, and monks. Maybe the common thread is that these people are signaling their seriousness of purpose - or the need to be hard to see - or both. Here's something else to think about: What happens when the same people wear green? Are they as powerful? Are the priest and nun as respectable?
Colors and kids.
Colors and what you wear.
Colors and your personality.
He has a big stamp……………..
Collect
Collection
Collective
Collector
He took up that sport for its...........................
Popular
Popularity
Popularize
Unpopular
He........................in at the university.
Special
Specializes
Specially
Specialty
Kim suggests?
going to Ben's house later
meeting at the football match
playing on his brother's computer
NUS is the…………....university of Singapore.
Nation
National
Nationality
Office workers “admit being rude” Most office workers say they are rude or bad-mannered at work. Two out of three workers regularly arrive late for meetings, most ignore emails and three out of four use bad language. In a survey of 1,000 workers, two-thirds say that pressure of work is the reason for bad manners. Other common examples of bad office etiquette include ignoring colleagues and answering mobile phone calls during meetings. Using mobile phones in meetings is impolite and distracts others, research by the University of Surrey shows. If you respond to call when speaking to somebody, it means that the phone call is more important than the person, the survey said. If you answer a call during a meeting, it could mean that the meeting is not important. Mr Jacobs, managing director of Office Angels, a recruitment firm say it is easy for people to forget their manners in the working environment, which is often very informal and very busy. Workers can forget proper etiquette such as introducing people at meetings, and this is often bad for working relationships. Psychologist Dr Colin Gill believes that people are not as polite as they were twenty years ago. He said: ‘Courtesy is no longer something that is so much respected in our society.’ People think it is ‘stuffy to be polite or formal.’ Now some organisations are actually investing money in training their junior managers to be polite. Office Angels is encouraging people to arrive on time for meetings, turn off mobile phones and avoid bad manners at work is such a simple thing to do,’ Mr Jacobs says, ‘ and it can have a dramatic impact on improving your working environment and your relationships with others.’ The author wants to ………………………….
give advice on how to behave politely at work
give specific examples of bad manners at work
give specific figures of bad manners at work
Read the text and questions below. For each question, mark the correct letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet. One to watch! Essay by Jessica Bourne, aged 14 I'm a big fan of films featuring the spy James Bond. I've got most of them on DVD. We've recently bought Quantum of Solace, in which Daniel Craig plays the part of Bond. I don't know why the film's got that name - but it's a great movie, anyway. All the actors who've played James Bond have been great, but Daniel Craig, who's made lots of other films, plays the part better than any of them. Even though he doesn't talk very much, I think he's the most perfect actor for the role. He even does a few of the more dangerous things in the film himself, instead of getting someone else to do them. I did wonder sometimes whether he'd be clever enough to defeat the bad people - but I'm not going to tell you the ending! The actress who stars with Craig gives a fantastic performance too -1 loved all the glamorous clothes she wore! The director probably had a hard job making this Bond film as full of action as earlier ones. But the excitement starts right at the beginning here, with a car chase along a mountain road, and plenty of other thrilling scenes, too - Bond leaping off tall buildings and so on. Unfortunately I found the story difficult to follow in places, and it also seemed to be over very quickly - it lasted under two hours. I also felt there weren't as many jokes as in the old Bond films. And where was all the ridiculous Bond equipment-the underwater car or exploding watch that everyone laughed at? This is a more serious, darker Bond film, but I still really enjoyed it. What is Jessica trying to do in her essay?
check_box give a balanced view of a Bond film she has seen
describe how Daniel Craig got the part of James Bond
explain what first attracted her to Bond films
tell readers about the Bond DVDs she owns
Read the text and questions below. For each question, mark the correct letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet. Some people have complained about this year's collection, New Writing 3, although I cannot understand why. Surely 500 pages of original writing of this quality, for £6.99, is pretty amazing? Fiction - both parts of novels and complete short stories - makes up most of the book. There are some enjoyable pieces by famous writers, such as Candia McWilliam and Rose Tremain. It's a strange fact that the less well-known people seem to have written mainly about food. Take my advice about Jane Harris's Those Nails - this piece should definitely not be readjust after meals. It contains some very unpleasant scenes which could turn your stomach! There is fine work from nineteen poets, including R. S. Thomas and John Burnside. There are pieces from novels-in-progress by Jim Crace and Jane Rogers. Finally, there is a little non-fiction, which includes a very funny article by Alan Rusbridger on certain newspapers, and an extraordinary piece about herself from Ursula Owen. This is an exceptional collection and I for one can't wait to see what next year's choice will include. What is the writer trying to do in the text?
check_box give her opinions about a new book
give her opinion of newspaper journalists
give some advice to writers
give some information about new writers
Read the text and questions below. For each question, mark the correct letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet. A month ago I had no idea that on a Saturday afternoon in November I'd be hanging 30 metres above the ground and enjoying it. Now I looked down at the river far below me, and realised why people love rock-climbing. My friend Matt and I had arrived at the Activity Centre on Friday evening. The accommodation wasn't wonderful, but we had everything we needed (beds, blankets, food), and we were pleased to be out of the city and in the fresh air. On Saturday morning we met the other ten members of our group. Cameron had come along with two friends, Kevin and Simon, while sisters Carole and Lynn had come with Amanda. We had come from various places and none of us knew the area. We knew we were going to spend the weekend outdoors, but none of us was sure exactly how. Half of us spent the morning caving while the others went rock- climbing and then we changed at lunchtime. Matt and I went to the caves first. Climbing out was harder than going in, but after a good deal of pushing, we were out at last - covered in mud but pleased and excited by what we'd done. How do you think the writer might describe her weekend?
check_box interesting
frightening
relaxing
unpleasant
Text 1  Bad manners at work Etiquette is the name we give to the rules for being polite in a social group. Business etiquette is important for people who often have to make new contacts and build relationships in their work. Politeness can also help to improve the working environment for people in the same office. Some cultures and situations are formal, which means that we have to follow rules; other cultures and situations are more informal. Text 2   Office workers “admit being rude” Most office workers say they are rude or bad-mannered at work. Two out of three workers regularly arrive late for meetings, most ignore emails and three out of four use bad language. In a survey of 1,000 workers, two-thirds say that pressure of work is the reason for bad manners. Other common examples of bad office etiquette include ignoring colleagues and answering mobile phone calls during meetings. Using mobile phones in meetings is impolite and distracts others, research by the University of Surrey shows. If you respond to call when speaking to somebody, it means that the phone call is more important than the person, the survey said. If you answer a call during a meeting, it could mean that the meeting is not important. Mr Jacobs, managing director of Office Angels, a recruitment firm say it is easy for people to forget their manners in the working environment, which is often very informal and very busy. Workers can forget proper etiquette such as introducing people at meetings, and this is often bad for working relationships. Psychologist Dr Colin Gill believes that people are not as polite as they were twenty years ago. He said: ‘Courtesy is no longer something that is so much respected in our society.’ People think it is ‘stuffy to be polite or formal.’ Now some organisations are actually investing money in training their junior managers to be polite. Office Angels is encouraging people to arrive on time for meetings, turn off mobile phones and avoid bad manners at work is such a simple thing to do,’ Mr Jacobs says, ‘ and it can have a dramatic impact on improving your working environment and your relationships with others.’
help them more famous
improve the working environment and relationships with others
spend all money they have
Text 1  Bad manners at work Etiquette is the name we give to the rules for being polite in a social group. Business etiquette is important for people who often have to make new contacts and build relationships in their work. Politeness can also help to improve the working environment for people in the same office. Some cultures and situations are formal, which means that we have to follow rules; other cultures and situations are more informal. Text 2   Office workers “admit being rude” Most office workers say they are rude or bad-mannered at work. Two out of three workers regularly arrive late for meetings, most ignore emails and three out of four use bad language. In a survey of 1,000 workers, two-thirds say that pressure of work is the reason for bad manners. Other common examples of bad office etiquette include ignoring colleagues and answering mobile phone calls during meetings. Using mobile phones in meetings is impolite and distracts others, research by the University of Surrey shows. If you respond to call when speaking to somebody, it means that the phone call is more important than the person, the survey said. If you answer a call during a meeting, it could mean that the meeting is not important. Mr Jacobs, managing director of Office Angels, a recruitment firm say it is easy for people to forget their manners in the working environment, which is often very informal and very busy. Workers can forget proper etiquette such as introducing people at meetings, and this is often bad for working relationships. Psychologist Dr Colin Gill believes that people are not as polite as they were twenty years ago. He said: ‘Courtesy is no longer something that is so much respected in our society.’ People think it is ‘stuffy to be polite or formal.’ Now some organisations are actually investing money in training their junior managers to be polite. Office Angels is encouraging people to arrive on time for meetings, turn off mobile phones and avoid bad manners at work is such a simple thing to do,’ Mr Jacobs says, ‘ and it can have a dramatic impact on improving your working environment and your relationships with others.’ The aim of the texts is to …………………………………….
encourage officer’s bad manners at work
reflect the fact of officer’s bad manners at work with illustrations
reflect the fact of officer’s good manners at work with illustrations
The hire charge covers all the costs?
Only the doctor working today can park here.
Park in this space only in an emergency
Tell the doctor if you need to park here
The patient comes to the hospital in the..................that he will be cured.
Belief
Believable
Believe
Unbelievable
The……………system in this country is rather complex.
Educate
Educated
Education
Educational
The……………system in this country is rather complex.
Educate
Educated
educating
Education
What does it say?
Juan will sell Maria his guitar if she wants it.
Juan would prefer to sell his guitar to Pedro.
Pedro has a guitar which Maria might want to buy.
What does it say?
Anyone having problems with their homework may have extra time to complete it
Students who wish to hand in their homework on Monday should tell Mr Peters.
The homework given out on Friday must be returned by Monday.
What does it say?
The Barton College team will visit the gym later today.
The basketball team only wants to see experienced players.
There aren't enough team members available on Friday

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