All functional words in English have a ……………….. as their normal pronunciation.
check_box weak form
soft form
stressed form
strong form
Both “can” and “be” in the utterance “Communication can be divided broadly into two categories” receive no ………. ………. stress because the former is a ………. and the latter is the verb BE.
check_box primary / auxiliary
primary / lexical verb
principle / auxiliary
principle / main verb
Both ……………….. and the article “a” in the utterance “Communication is a two-way process” do not receive ……………….. .
check_box the present form of the verb BE “is” / stress placement
the cardinal “two” / unstressed form
the noun “way” / stress placement
the noun “way” / unstressed form
Both the contraction “’d” and the full form “had” of the auxiliary HAVE in the past perfect is pronounced with a……………… .
soft form
stressed form
strong form
weak form
Choose ONE of the following sentences as a negative Wh-question.
Does telemarketing directly involve promoting and selling over the phone?
How many sponsor companies attended the meeting?
Why don't we plug their tools with radio spots at sporting events?
Won’t we get a certificate when the course finishes?
Choose ONE of the following sentences as a positive Y/N question
Did you go out with Peter or have dinner with Mary?
Didn’t she attend the class on time?
Have you ever met her girl friend?
How are you doing these days?
Choose the best answer: “d” in the sentence “The first car company’d started in Germany before the time Henry Ford designed theModel T in the United State in 1908.” is the ……………….. form for “had” in the past perfect tense.
contract
contracted
contraction
extract
Choose the best answer: Four types of sentence in English are ……………….. .
declaratives, dynamics, interrogatives, imperatives
declaratives, interrogatives, imperatives, exclamatories
dynamics, negatives, interrogatives, declaratives
interrogatives, imperatives, declaratives, exclamatives
Choose the best answer: In English Y/N questions when the speaker wants the other to give his opinion about whether the statement if True or False he uses ……………….. which is also called ……………….. .
check_box low rising tune / take-off
. high falling tune / glide-down
high rising tune / glide-up
low falling tune / land-off
Choose the best answer: In English, both positive and negative sentences, which provide information, use ……………….. .
check_box high falling tune
high rising tune
low falling tune
low rising tune
Choose the best answer: In English, Wh.interrogatives which ask for information, use ……………….. .
check_box high falling tune
high rising tune
low falling tune
low rising tune
Choose the best answer: Negative contracted form “hadn’t” of the auxiliary HAVE in the past perfect ……………….. stress in speech.
places
puts
receives
rejects
Choose the best answer: The auxiliary “had” in the sentence “Ken had never visited Scotland before his first visit there last year.” is a ……………….. word in English.
function
functional
notional
open-class
English exclamatory sentences use ……………….. to express the speaker’s emotion.
high falling tune
high rising tune
low falling tune
low rising tune
English imperative sentences as strong commands use …………………
high falling tune
high rising tune
low falling tune
low rising tune
Identify the intonation pattern which is marked in the bold printed parts in the following utterances: - We are going to visit the grandparents tonight (1). - Will the grandparents be having their regular meeting then (2)? - No, they won’t (3). They have changed the time for this (4). - What time will we depart (5)? - At about 6.30pm, as usual. Take your coat (6). It’s going to be cold. - It is raining out (7)side?
(1)glide-down / (2)glide-up / (3)glide-up / (4)glide-down / (5)glide-down / (6) glide-down / (7) glide-up
(1)glide-down / (2)take-off / (3)glide-down / (4)glide-down / (5)glide-down / (6) glide-down / (7) glide-up
(1)glide-up / (2)take-off / (3)glide-down / (4)glide-down / (5)glide-down / (6) glide-down / (7) take-off
(1)take-off / (2)take-off / (3)glide-down / (4)glide-down / (5)glide-down / (6) glide-down / (7) glide-up
Identify the intonation pattern which is marked in the bold printed parts in the following utterances: - What a luxury car (1)! Is that yours (2)?- No, I’m afraid it isn’t mine (3). - So whose car is this (4)?- My parents lend it to me sometimes but it is theirs (5). - Is it ve(6)ry expensive?- Yes, it is. Drive care(7)fully!
(1)high falling / (2)high rising / (3)low falling / (4)high falling / (5)high falling / (6)low rising / (7) high rising
(1)high falling / (2)low rising / (3)high falling / (4)high falling / (5)high falling / (6)high rising / (7) high falling
(1)low falling / (2)high rising / (3)high falling / (4)high falling / (5)high falling / (6)high rising / (7) high rising
(1)low falling / (2)low rising / (3)low falling / (4)high falling / (5)high rising / (6)high rising / (7) high falling
Identify the phenomenon in speech of the underlined parts in the following utterances: (a) This is broken. (b) Things are cheaper here. (c) For example, you should take regular exercise.
linking
pauses
rhythm
stress
Identify the unstressed words in the following utterance “The word communication has many ramifications.”
check_box the /has
the
the / has / many
the / word / has / many
Identify the unstressed words in the following utterance “Through such interac­tions, two or more individuals influence the ideas, beliefs, and attitudes of each other”
check_box through / or / the / and / of.
or / and / of.
such / or / more / the / and / of / each.
through / such / two / or / more / the / and / of / other.
The following utterance “But the rise of the Western states to build and strengthen international ties in the aftermath of World War II laid the groundwork for today’s globalization” has ………………. Case (s) of linking.
five
one
seven
three
The following utterance “Did he have to struggle with how and what to preach about money?” is a ………. ………. and uses ……………….. with the speaker’s intention to ask for the other’s opinion.
confirmation / the glide-up
confirmation / the take-off
Y/N question / the glide-up
Y/N question / the take-off
The following utterance “International transfer and communication are more common” has ………………. Case (s) of linking.
five
four
three
two
The following utterance “Meeting the requirements, the people from poor countries try to increase their living standard; consequently, new civilization has gradually become familiar to them” has ………………. Case (s) of linking.
no
one
three
two
The following utterance “Money is thought to be a source of energy for a life” is a ……………….. and uses ……………….. .
check_box positive declarative / high falling tune
positive declarative / high rising tune
positive declarative / low falling tune
positive declarative / low rising tune
The following utterance “The first cause can be “globalization as a consequence of technological innovation” has ………………. Case (s) of linking.
four
no
six
two
The following utterance “The process of globalization makes developments in these countries” has ………………. Case (s) of linking.
four
one
three
two
The following utterance “This cause has such an impact on mobility and communication” has ………………. Case (s) of  linking.
five
no
one
three
The following utterances “The world becomes this worldwide network where the borders fade away. A factor within globalization is consolidation” have ……………….. case (s) of a final consonant linked to an initial vowel and they are ……………….. :
four / “The world”, “this worldwide”, “fade away” and “factor within”
no / Ø
six / “The world”, “worldwide network”, “network where”, “fade away”, “factor within” and “globalization is”
two / “fade away” and “globalization is”
The following utterances “The world population has been becoming much closer than they used to do. For describing this phenomenon at the present time, they use the term: THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION” have ………………. case (s) of linking.
four
one
three
two
The sentence “Do you work for an advertising company?” is a ………………… .
Positive question with “DO”
Positive statement
Positive Y/N-question
Simple sentence
The sentence “Does employing celebrity endorsement change the advertising effect very much?” uses ……………….. because it is a ……………….. .
the high falling tune/ positive question (⇘)
the high falling tune/ Y/N-question (⇘)
the high rising tune / Y/N-question (⇗)
the high rising tune/ positive question (⇗)
The sentence “Haven’t you mastered essential advertising vocabulary for your IELTS speaking test?”
negative command
negative Y/N-question
simple negative
Y/N statement
The sentence “Who is the richest person in the world?” is a ……………….. .
negative Wh-question
positive Wh-question
statement with the question word “Who”
Wh-command
The sentence “Why are you working so hard at the moment?” uses ……………….. because it is a ……………….. .
the high falling tune/ Wh-question (⇘)
the high rising tune/Wh-question
the low falling tune/ Wh-question
the low rising tune/Wh-question
The sentence “Why haven’t you added promotion products and services in your commercials project?” is a ……………….. .
check_box negative Wh-question
Wh-negative
negative statement
negative complaint
The sentences “Have you ever wanted to find a job via TV commercials?” and “Haven’t you bought that magazine?” have ……………….. in speech.
the falling tune and rising tune respectively (⇘ and ⇗ )
the high falling tune (⇘)
the high rising tune (⇗)
the rising tune and falling tune respectively (⇗ and ⇘ )
The sentences “Will you pay the bill when you have received the salary?” and “Do you think that Perrier is willing to foot the bill for product placement in another Bond flic"?” are ………………. . .
a positive command and an offer
two future arrangements
two positive requests
two positive Y/N questions
The utterance “All communication carries a message” has ………………. which is ……………….. .
check_box an unstressed word / the article “a”
an unstressed word / “nature”
two stressed words / “a” and “message”
two unstressed words / “all” and “a”
The utterance “Essay on communication” has ………………. which is ……………….. .
check_box an unstressed word / the preposition “on”
an unstressed word / “essay”
two stressed words / “essay” and “on”
two unstressed words / “essay” and “communication”
The utterance “It is basically a process of interaction with the people and their environment.” has ……………….. which are ……………….. .
check_box seven unstressed words / “It”; “is”; “a”; “of”; “with”;  “the” and “and”.
eight unstressed words / “It”; “is”; “a”; “of”; “with”;  “the”; “and” and “their”.
five unstressed words / “a”; “of”; “with”;  “the” and “and”.
six unstressed words / “is”; “a”; “of”; “with”;  “the” and “and”.
The utterance “Nature of communication” has ………………. which is ……………….. .
check_box an unstressed word / the preposition “of”
an unstressed word / “nature”
two stressed words / “nature” and “of”
two unstressed words / “nature” and “communication”
The utterance “The sender or receiver can be an individual or a group” has ……………….. which are ……………….. .
check_box six unstressed words / “The”; “or”; “can”; “an”; “or” and “a”.
six unstressed words / “or”; “can”; “be”; “an”; “or” and “a”.
six unstressed words / “The”; “or”; “be”; “an”; “or” and “a”.
six unstressed words /  “The”; “or”; “an”; “or”; “a” and “group”.
The word “had” in “How much had the thieves taken away?” is pronounced ……………….. .
clearly
loudly
with a strong form
with a weak form
The word “hadn’t” in the sentence “Peter hadn’t played tennis at Wimbledon until 2010 when he first played there.” is pronounced ……………….. .
clearly
loudly
with a strong form
with a weak form
Which “had” in the following sentence has a weak form?
Had the children have enough books for reading?
Had the police arrived before the hunter shot the animal?
Had the police got enough equipments for taking the task?
Had you have an interesting day there?
Which “had” in the following sentence has a weak form?
Peter had a big collection of stamps.
The staff had finished the task before the deadline.
They had a big house when they were only 30 years old.
We had a wonderful sunbathe during a seaside holiday.
Which “had” in the following sentence has a weak form?
check_box The staff had finished the task before the deadline.[u]had[/]
Peter had a big collection of stamps.[u]had[/]
They had a big house when they were only 30 years old.[u]had[/]
We had a wonderful sunbathe during a seaside holiday.[u]had[/]
Which “had” in the following sentence has a weak form?
check_box Had the police arrived before the hunter shot the animal?[u]Had[/]
Had the children have enough books for reading?[u]Had[/]
Had the police got enough equipments for taking the task?[u]Had[/]
Had you have an interesting day there?[u]Had[/]

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