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REVISION FOR THE 1ST TERM TEST
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TEST 1
A. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.
1. A. chores B. brothers C. boys D. students
2. A. serves B. hopes C. likes D. writes
3. A. happy B. family C. father D. frankly
B. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.
4. A. marriage B. romantic C. contractual D. diversity
5. A. traditional B. attractive C. partnership D. activity
6. A. generation B. ceremony C. independent D. similarity
C. Choose the option that best completes the sentence.
7. Can you …………… me a hand with these boxes?
A. give B. make C. take D. put
8. She was very happy that her children …………… up household chores and helped her.
A. cleaned B. picked C. looked D. divided
9. My mother …………… the responsibility for running the household.
A. holds B. runs C. takes D. bears
10. We are a very close- knit family and very …………… of one another.
A. support B. supportive C. supported D. supporting
11. Some parents don’t have much time to …………… of their children.
A. take care B. look after C. educate D. bring up
12. Our parents join hands to give us a nice house and a happy house.
A. help together B. work together C. deal with D. manage
13. That …………… boy often plays tricks on his friends.
A. honest B. obedient C. mischievous D. well-behaved
14. Many of our students come …………… poor families.
A. in B. from C. for D. over
15. I’ll wait here until you …………….
A. return B. will return C. are returning D. are going to return
16. When I was young, I …………… to be an architect.
A. have wanted B. wanted C. was wanting D. had wanted
17. When I woke up this morning, it …………… hard.
A. was raining B. rained C. is raining D. had rained
18. When I came to the stadium, the match …………….
A. already began B. has already begun
C. had already begun D. already begun
19. I …………… my pen. Can you help me look for it?
A. lose B. lost C. have lost D. had lost
20. He promises he …………… his homework by 8 o’clock this evening.
A. has finished B. is finishing C. will finish D. will have finished
21. I haven’t seen her …………… she was a little girl.
A. since B. when C. as D. for
22. Nam told me that he …………… a terrible mistake.
A. made B. is making C. has made D. had made
23. The doctor told me …………… in bed for a few days.
A. to stay B. stay C. staying D. stayed
24. She wanted to know if …………… use a computer.
A. I can B. I could C. could I D. can I
25. He …………… me why I had come back home late.
A. tells B. told C. asked D. asks

26. He said that he …………… me the book soon.
A. returns B. returned C. will return D. would return
27. He wanted to know why …………… to the party.
A. I didn’t go B. I hadn’t gone C. wouldn’t I go D. didn’t I go
28. After he had returned to his house from work, he was cooking dinner.
A. returned B. to C. from D. was cooking
29. Nam’s parents told him do not waste his time on music and games.
A. Nam’s B. do not C. his D. on
30. Dad wanted to know that you had done your homework.
A. to know B. that C. had done D. your
31. I spoke my father I had passed the driving test, but he didn’t believe me.
A. spoke B. had passed C. driving D. didn’t believe
32. I have seen lots of interesting places when I went on holiday last summer.
A. have seen B. lots C. interesting D. went
33. My father hasn’t smoked for two years.
A. My father gave up smoking two years ago.
B. My father started smoking two years ago.
C. It’s two years since my father started smoking.
D. The first time my father smoked was two years ago.
34. She last visited me three years ago.
A. She hasn’t visited me since three years.
B. She hasn’t visited me for three years.
C. She hadn’t visited me for three years.
D. She didn’t visit me for three years.
35. He began to do his homework at 7 o’clock and he is still doing his homework.
A. He has done his homework since 7 o’clock.
B. He has done his homework at 7 o’clock.
C. He has been doing his homework at 7 o’clock.
D. He has been doing his homework since 7 o’clock.
D. Read the passage and then answer the questions by choosing A, B, C or D.
The nuclear family, consisting of a mother, father, and their children, may be more an American ideal than an American reality. Of course, the so-called traditional American family was always more varied than we had been led to believe, reflecting the very different racial, ethnic, class, and religious customs among different American groups.
The most recent government statistics reveal that only about one- third of all current American families fit the traditional mould and another third consist of married couples who either have no children or have none still living at home. Of the final one -third, about 20 percent of the total number of American households are single people, usually women over sixty-five years of age. A small percentage, about 3 percent of the total, consists of unmarried people who choose to live together; and the rest, about 7 percent are single, usually divorced parents, with at least one child. Today, these varied family types are typical, and therefore, normal.
36. With what topic is the passage mainly concerned?
A. The nuclear family B. The ideal family
C. The traditional American family D. The current American family
37. The writer implies that …………….
A. there have always been a wide variety of family arrangements in the United States
B. racial, ethnic, and religious groups have preserved the traditional family structure
C. the ideal American family is the best structure
D. fewer married couples are having children
38. Which of the following can the word “current” in the passage be replaced?
A. typical B. present C. perfect D. traditional
39. According to the passage, married couples whose children have grown or who have no children represent about …………… of households.
A. 33 percent B. 20 percent C. 7 percent D. 3 percent
40. Who generally constitutes a one-person household?
A. A single man in his twenties B. An elderly man
C. A single woman in her late sixties D. A divorced woman
E. Choose the word (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
It is a fairly common belief in Britain that men these days do more housework than they did in (41) …………… generations. But is this really so? A recent survey has (42) …………… some interesting discoveries. When men do help out, they enjoy cooking and shopping but most of them (43)…………… unwilling to do the washing. A quarter of men think that women are better suited to (44) …………… after the home than men and 19% admit making no (45) …………… to housework.
41. A. old B. previous C. last D. first
42. A. found B. given C. done D. made
43. A. is B. are C. was D. were
44. A. looking B. look C. taking D. take
45. A. share B. part C. help D. contribution

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TEST 2
A. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.
1. A. safe B. sure C. secure D. support
2. A. gesture B. mature c. culture D. lecture
3. A. honest B. household C. behavior D. hostess
B. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.
4. A. acceptable B. formality C. circumstance D. associate
5. A. suspicious B. unfriendly C. attentive D. socialize
6. A. curriculum B. academic C. independent D. misbehavior
C. Choose the option that best completes the sentence.
7. Tom apologized …………… me earlier.
A. not to ring B. don’t ring C. not ringing D. for not ringing
8. During the school year, Nam is not allowed to watch TV until he …………… his homework.
A. will finish B. has finished C. is going to finish D. is finishing
9. He lost his job last month and since then he …………… out of work.
A. was B. had been C. has been D. will be
10. The girl asked me how long …………… there.
A. I had been waiting B. I have been waiting
C. have you been waiting D. had you been waiting
11. People …………… a survey among students about their attitudes toward love and marriage.
A. realize B. carry C. perform D. conduct
12. Law …………… parents to send their children to school.
A. confides B. demands C. obliges D. conducts
13. Some students agree that a woman has to …………… more in marriage than a man.
A. determine B. sacrifice C. oblige D. trust
14. The American students want a wife to …………… her beauty and appearance after marriage.
A. maintain B. develop C. gain D. collect
15. Many young people now don’t agree with …………… marriage decided by their parents.
A. shared B. contractual C. romantic D. chosen
16. He was very interested in the diversity of cultures all over the world.
A. change B. effect C. variety D. majority
17. The villagers invited us to have dinner with their families …………… special occasions.
A. on B. at C. in D. for
18. Do you believe …………… the existence of ghosts?
A. on B. at C. to D. in
19. I think a happy marriage should be based …………… love.
A. in B. for C. with D. on
20. He suggested they …………… some rest.
A. took B. take C. would take D. Taking
21. While I was shopping in the supermarket, I met an old friend who I didn’t meet for five years.
A. was shopping B. met C. didn’t meet D. for
22. Neither John nor his family members enjoys their life in the city.
A. Neither B. family C. enjoys D. life
23. Who makes the household chores when you are both at work?
A. makes B. household chores C. both D. at work
24. Many people agree that collecting stamps are enjoyable.
A. Many B. collecting C. are D. enjoyable
25. It's three years since they have said goodbye to each other.
A. It's B. since C. have said D. each other
26. She said, “Don’t be late again.”
A. She told to us not to be late again. B. She said us to be not late again.
C. She told us not to be late again. D. She said to us not to be late again.
27. “Would you like to go out for dinner, Mary?” said Tom.
A. Tom invited Mary to go out for dinner.
B. Tom asked Mary if she would go out for dinner.
C. Tom ordered Mary to go out for dinner.
D. Tom warned Mary about going out for dinner.
28. “It 's time you asked for a pay rise.”  The speaker ……………
A. thinks you should have asked for a pay rise.
B. thinks you asked for a pay rise at the right time.
C. thinks you really should ask for a pay rise.
D. says if you asked for a pay rise, you'll get the time.
29. On a typical day, the average person …………… about 48,000 words.
A. was speaking B. spoke C. speaks D. is speaking
30. We were running because we thought that the class ……………
A. has already begun B. had already been beginning
C. has already been beginning D. had already begun
D. Choose the word (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
In India and some other countries, most marriages are arranged by parents deciding whom their children will (31) ……………. But in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and other Western countries, nearly everyone makes his or her own (32) …………… about whom and when to marry.
In many societies, two people usually go on social outings with members of the (33)…………… sex before they marry. The age (34) …………… which people begin dating varies widely. As adolescents move into young adulthood, they are more likely to experience dating relationships. A man and woman who date (35) …………… much time learning to know the other person. After they have dated for a while, they may find that they love (36) …………… other and become engaged to be married. In many cases, a man gives a woman an engagement ring (37)…………… a token of their agreement to marry.
Some couples choose to live (38) …………… before becoming engaged. This practice is often called cohabitation. (39) …………… most major religions disapprove of cohabitation before marriage, it has become an increasingly common step on the path to (40) …………… in Western societies.
31. A. marry B. love C. live D. attract
32. A. decision B. decide C. decided D. decisive
33. A. same B. similar C. opposite D. different
34. A. in B. for C. of D. at
35. A. take B. spend C. have D. get
36. A. one B. all C. each D. every
37. A. like B. as C. alike D. likely
38. A. together B. alone C. lonely D. altogether
39. A. Because B. So C. When D. Although
40. A. family B. engaging C. married D. marriage
E. Read the passage and then answer the questions by choosing A, B, C or D.
My aunt is one of those people who can talk to anyone about anything. If she goes to a party where she doesn't know any of the people, she just walks up to the first person that she sees and introduces herself. And yet she doesn't seem to talk about deeply important things like politics or religion. She always starts off with something very obvious like the other person's job. Very soon she's talking as if she's known the other person for years. I asked her once what her secret was. She said that the most important thing in a conversation was listening. People love to talk about themselves, so if you allow them to do so, it's very easy to keep a conversation going.
You have to listen very carefully and ask questions. And you have to look interested, too. So don't keep looking at other things in the room while you're talking to someone.
Another thing that I've noticed is that she only pays people compliments. She says: “I like your hair. Which hairdresser do you go to?” or “You look very well. Have you been on holiday?” Friendly messages like this seem to provide an easy way into a conversation.
41. According to my aunt, the most important thing in a conversation was ……………
A. discussing B. looking C. listening D. speaking
42. At parties where she does not know anybody, my aunt normally ……………
A. feels embarrassed and stays away from people
B. comes over to the first person and introduces herself
C. asks people to introduces themselves to her
D. sits alone and avoids talking to other people
43. My aunt thinks that it's very easy to keep a conversation going if you ……………
A. let people hear about yourself B. talk about politics or religion
C. let people talk about themselves D. ask people about their secrets
44. What should you NOT do when you have a conversation with someone?
A. Looking very interested in his or her story
B. Listening very carefully and asking questions
C. Paying him or her compliments
D. Looking at other things in the room
45. According to the passage, my aunt often starts a conversation by talking about ……………
A. the other person's job B. the other person's wealth
C. he other person's health D. the other person's daily activities

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TEST 3
A. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.
1. A. arrested B. old-aged C. decided D. arrived
2. A. filled B. watched C. laughed D. missed
3. A. origin B. originate C. problem D. computation
4. A. term B. learn C. certain D. year
B. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.
5. A. commercially B. attention C. computer D. electronic
6. A. separate B. category C. national D. technology
7. A. consist B. divide C. follow D. begin
C. Choose the option that best completes the sentence.
8. I promised that I …………… go to the hockey game with Jack on Friday.
A. would B. will C. had to D. must
9. Bill was just going to bed when his wife …………… home from work.
A. came B. had come C. was coming D. has come
10. Last night, I …………… along the street when I …………… a robbery.
A. walked – saw B. walked - was seeing
C. was walking – saw D. was walking - was seeing
11. …………… my dog? I can't find him anywhere.
A. Do you see B. Are you seeing C. Have you seen D. Did you see
12. Some boys …………… kites on the ground at the moment.
A. fly B. are flying C. flied D. were flying
13. I don't know Carol's husband. I …………… him before.
A. haven't met B. don't meet C. never meet D. didn't meet
14. I …………… Janet when I …………… in high school.
A. first meet / am B. first met / was
C. will first meet / will be D. first met / was being
15. - David: Are you free for lunch tomorrow?
- Chris: Sorry! …………… tennis with Michael.
A. I'll play B. I play C. I have played D. I'm playing
16. When the police ……………, the building was empty. The thieves …………… and escaped through an unlocked window.
A. arrive / have entered B. arrived / had entered C. will arrive / enter D. arrive / will enter
17. I have told you he …………… unreliable.
A. would be B. was C. had been D. is
18. Emily said she …………… very tired the night before.
A. is B. had been C. was D. has been
19. Andrew told me that they …………… fish two previous days.
A. had not eaten B. did not eat C. have not eaten D. would not eat
20. He advised …………… too far from the campsite.
A. her did not go B. her do not go C. her not to go D. she did not go
21. Susan asked me ……………
A. what that word meant B. what does this word mean
C. what did this word mean D. what that word means
22. The host asked Peter …………… tea or coffee.
A. if he prefers B. that he preferred C. did he prefer D. whether he preferred
23. He went to the cinema …………… he had done his homework.
A. as soon B. until C. before D. after
24. Mary had searched all over the house …………… she could not find the key.
A. although B. but C. however D. because
25. …………… I moved in my new apartment, my neighbours have visited me twice.
A. When B. Because C. Since D. After
26. He asked if I will mind waiting for him.
A. asked B. if C. will D. waiting
27. Tom wants to be a doctor when he will grow up.
A. wants B. be C. when D. will grow
28. When you return from London, we have finished the project.
A. When B. from C. have finished D. project
29. No sooner she had entered the room than she felt the presence of somebody else.
A. she had B. than C. felt D. presence
30. Have you ask the teacher how to solve this problem?
A. ask B. teacher C. how to D. this
31. He last heard from his family two years ago.
A. It is two years when he has heard from his family.
B. He hasn't heard from his family since two years.
C. The last time he heard from his family two years ago.
D. It is two years since he last heard from his family
32. People say he won a lot of money on the lottery.
A. He is said that he won a lot of money on the lottery.
B. He won a lot of money on the lottery, it is said.
C. He is said to have won a lot of money on the lottery.
D. He was said to win a lot of money on the lottery.
33. “Shall we clean the house for Mom?” the girl said to her brother.
A. The girl asked her brother to help their mom clean the house.
B. The girl advised cleaning the house for their mom.
C. The girl suggested cleaning the house for their mom.
D. The girl reminded her brother to clean the house for their mom.
34. “I’m sorry I forgot your birthday,” Harry said to Mary.
A. Harry apologized to Mary for having forgotten her birthday.
B. Harry said sorry to Mary for forgetting her birthday.
C. Harry felf sorry to forget Marry’s birthday.
D. Harry really felt sorry not to remember Mary’s birthday.
35. If I were taller, I could reach the top shelf.
A. I am not tall enough to reach the top shelf.
B. I am too tall to reach the top shelf.
C. Can not reach the top shelf because I am very tall.
D. Spite of being tall, I cannot reach the top shelf.
36. Robots will do most of the work in factories.
A. Most of the work will be doing in factories by robots.
B. Most of the work in factories will be done by robots.
C. Most of the work will done in factories by robots.
D. Most of the work will do in factories by robots.
E. Read the passage and then answer the questions by choosing A, B, C or D.
Vietnam's education system can be divided into 5 categories: pre-primary, primary, intermediate, secondary, and higher education.
Public kindergartens usually admit children from the age of 18 months to 5 years. Children at 4 or 5 years of age are sometimes taught the alphabet and basic math. This level of education is only popular in major cities.
Children normally start their primary education at the age of six. Education at this level lasts 5 years and it is compulsory for all children. This compulsory education may be one of the reasons why, despite remaining a less developed country, the literate proportion of the country’s population is very high, over 90% on average.
Middle schools teach students from grade 6 to 9. This educational level is generalized throughout most of the country - except in very remote provinces, which expect to popularize and standardize middle education fully within the next few years. Intermediate is a non-compulsory schooling form in Vietnam.
Secondary education, which consists of grades 10, 11 and 12, is standardized in all major urban regions, but is not in rural provinces. After 3 high school-terms, all students must attend a graduation test. This test often consists of 6 subjects differently selected each year but has to contain the 3 compulsory ones: Foreign Language (mostly English), Mathematics and Literature. The Vietnamese government intends to merge this test with the university entrance test in 2009.
37. In Vietnam children can be taught basic math when they are ……………
A. 18 months old B. 4 months old C. 5 months old D. 4 or 5 years old
38. …………… the literate proportion of the country’s population is very high.
A. Thanks to the compulsory primary education
B. Thanks to a less developed country
C. Thanks to children’s starting school at the age of six
D. Thanks to children’s lasting 5 years in primary school
39. Secondary education is standardized in ……………
A. all rural provinces B. all over the country except in urban regions
C. not all over the country D. all the countryside
40. The graduation test for all high school students often consists of 6 subjects which are ……………
A. similar every other year B. the same every year
C. fixed years after years D. differently selected every year


E. Choose the word (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
In the western customs (41) …………… hands is the customary form of greeting, but in China a nod of the head or a (42) …………… bow is sufficient. Hugging and kissing when greeting are common. Business cards are often (43) …………… and yours should be printed in your own language and in Chinese. Also, it is more respectful to present your card or a gift or any other article using (44)…………… hands. The Chinese are (45) …………… applauders. You may be greeted with group clapping, even by small children. When a person is applauded in this practice it is the custom for that person to return the applause or a “thank you”.
41. A. hugging B. taking C. shaking D. grasping
42. A. slight B. bit C. small D. light
43. A. changed B. exchanged C. transferred D. converted
44. A. two B. pair C. couple D. both
45. A. enthusiastic B. enthusiast C. enthusiasm D. enthusiastically

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TEST 4
A. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.
1. A. create B. face C. fast D. teenage
2. A. contact B. socialize C. background D. formality
3. A. argument B. stage C. education D. generational
B. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.
4. A. important B. discipline C. dishonest D. develop
5. A. consider B. similar C. actually D. carefully
6. A. circumstance B. argument C. compliment D. assistance
7. A. marvelous B. obvious C. impolite D. fashionable
C. Choose the option that best completes the sentence.
8. Phone me before ten; …………… I’ll be too busy to talk to you.
A. otherwise B. whether C. unless D. if
9. …………… you wanted to ask your teacher a question during his lecture, what would you do?
A. As B. Suppose C. As if D. Even if
10. - Minh: Your motorbike is terrific, Nam!
- Nam: ……………
A. Thank you for your compliment. B. Thank you very much. I am afraid.
C. I don’t like your words. D. You are telling a lie.
11. - David: You look great in this new dress.
- Kathy: ……………
A. Not at all B. With pleasure
C. I am glad you like it D. Do not say anything about it.
12. - David: You’re a great dancer, Alex. I wish I could do half as well as you.
- Alex: …………… I’m an awful dancer.
A. You’ve got to be kidding! B. Oh, thank you very much.
C. You’re too kind. D. That’s a nice compliment!
13. - John: Congratulations! You played badminton so well!
- Tom: ……………
A. That’s okay B. It’s my pleasure C. You’re welcome D. It’s nice of you to say so
14. - Sammy: How well you are playing!
- Tony: ……………
A. Thank you too much. B. Many thanks. That’s a nice compliment.
C. Say it again. I like to hear your words. D. I think so. I am proud of myself.
15. We can use either verbal or non-verbal forms of ……………
A. communicate B. communicative C. communication D. communicator
16. We do not whistle or clap our hands to get the person’s ……………
A. attentive B. attentiveness C. attentively D. attention
17. To Americans, it is …………… to ask someone about age, marriage and salary.
A. polite B. impolite C. politely D. impoliteness
18. In most social situations where some …………… is allowed, a brief raise of the hand and a small wave is fine.
A. informality B. informal C. informalize D. informally
19. He is not really friendly and makes no attempt to be ……………
A. society B. social C. socialize D. sociable
20. In many cultures, people show their agreement by …………… their heads.
A. nodding B. shaking C. raising D. turning
21. Volunteer do their work with such cheerfulness, …………… and unselfish dedication.
A. laziness B. friendliness C. politeness D. shyness
22. He asked if I will mind waiting for him.
A. asked B. if C. will D. waiting
23. Tom wants to be a doctor when he will grow up.
A. wants B. be C. when D. will grow
24. When you return from London, we have finished the project.
A. When B. from C. have finished D. project
25. No sooner she had entered the room than she felt the presence of somebody else.
A. she had B. than C. felt D. presence
26. Have you ask the teacher how to solve this problem?
A. ask B. teacher C. how to D. this
27. If only I had studied hard enough to pass the final exam.
A. I regret not studying hard enough to pass the final exam.
B. I had studied hard enough and I passed the final exam.
C. I studied too hard to pass the final exam.
D. I studied hard but I failed the final exam.
28. Peter said he would stop smoking if he were me.
A. I wanted Peter to stop smoking and he promised to. B. Pete promised to stop smoking.
C. Peter said he would stop smoking as I wanted him to. D. Peter advised me to stop smoking.
29. He didn’t hurry, so he missed the plane.
A. If he hurried, he wouldn’t miss the plane.
B. If he had hurried, he might catch the plane.
C. If he had hurried, he could have caught the plane.
D. He didn’t miss the plane if he hurried.
30. We can’t possibly afford Harvard University.
A. The tuition fee at Harvard is too high for us.
B. We can’t be accepted by Harvard University.
C. We like Harvard University but we don’t want to apply to it.
D. We don’t know how to apply to Harvard University.
31. I didn’t tell Maria the truth, so she was angry with me.
A. If I hadn’t told Maria the truth, she wouldn’t have been angry with me.
B. Had I told Maria the truth, she wouldn’t have been angry with me.
C. If I had told Maria the truth, she would have been angry with me.
D. Maria wouldn’t be angry with me if I had told her the truth.
D. Read the passage and then answer the questions by choosing A, B, C or D.
BODY LANGUAGE – WHAT DOES IT SAY?
More than half of what we communicate is communicated not through words but through body language. This includes our posture, facial expressions, and gestures. Because body language is so important, you will want to know what yours is saying and how to interpret other people’s too. Here are some examples of body language and its meaning. (Note: These meanings are for North America. Interpretations may differ a bit in other cultures.)
A smile is a sign of friendliness and interest. But people sometimes smile just to be polite. To get another clue from people’s faces, notice their eyes. Friendliness and interest are expressed when a person’s eyes meet yours and then look away and meet yours again. A person who doesn’t look away is expressing a challenge. A person who doesn’t look at you is expressing lack of interest or is shy. Hand gestures can mean a person is interested in the conversation. But repeated movements – like tapping a pencil or tapping a foot - often mean the person is either impatient or nervous. Stay away from someone who points at you while talking with you: That person might be angry at you or feel superior to you.
32. People communicate ……………
A. through words B. through smiles
C. through body language D. through words and body language
33. Body language ……………
A. means different in the same country B. means the same thing in different countries
C. means different in different countries D. means different in North America
34. A person who doesn’t look at you is expressing ……………
A. politeness B. shyness
C. a challenge D. confidence and friendliness
35. When someone in North America is pointing at you ……………
A. you should keep a distance from him B. you should run away
C. you should get angry with him D. you shouldn’t stand too far from him
E. Choose the word (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
Compulsory education in Japan includes elementary school and junior high school. Over 90% of all students also (36) …………… from high school and over 40% from university or junior college. At universities the percentage of male students (37) …………… higher than that of female students (38)…………… the opposite is the case at junior colleges. (39) …………… number of graduate university students is relatively low.
The Japanese school year starts in April and consists of three terms, (40) …………… by short holidays in spring and winter, and a one month long summer break.
A characteristic of the Japanese school system is (41) …………… exams, and with them a high competitiveness among students. Most high schools, universities, (42) …………… a few private junior high schools and elementary schools require applicants to write entrance exams. (43) …………… pass entrance exams to the best institutions, many students attend special (44) …………… schools (juku) besides regular classes, or for one to two years between high school and university (yobiko).
The most prestigious universities are the National University of Tokyo and University of Kyoto, (45)…………… by the best private universities.
36. A. graduate B. finish C. end D. complete
37. A. are B. is C. has been D. have been
38. A. when B. where C. while D. as
39. A. The B. A C. An D. Large
40. A. separated B. divided C. stopped D. ended
41. A. entering B. enrolling C. entrance D. coming
42. A. as well as B. alike C. the same D. similar
43. A. So that B. Such that C. So as D. In order to
44. A. preparation B. preparing C. prepared D. preparations
45. A. after B. subsided C. followed D. following

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