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IV. Choose the right idea.

Demo Version.

 

I. Reading.

 

Read the following text and mark the sentences after it: false (F), true (T), not given (NG).

 

 

Too Well.

After O. Henry.

Miss Carington was a famous actress. She began her life in a small village named Cranberry. But that was long ago. Now she was to perform the leading part in a new comedy.

A capable young actor Highsmith by name dreamt of being Miss Caringtons partner in the new play. He told it to the manager. The manager explained to the young actor that if he wanted to play the part he must persuade Miss Carington to accept him as a partner.

The young actor knew very well that it was the part of a young farmer. The next day he went to Cranberry where he stayed for three days and gathered much information about the life and the people of that small village. Then he returned from the village and went to one of the restaurants where actors usually gathered after the performance.

He saw a small party sitting at the table. The star of that party was Miss Carington.

She noticed a poorly dressed man enter the restaurant. He approached the famous actress, greeted her and told her much interesting news about her relatives and friends from Cranberry. The way he spoke made her believe every word he said. She was sure he was a farmer. In the end he told the famous actress that her mother wanted to see her again before she died. Then he gave her a rose he picked up from a bush in front of her house in Cranberry.

Miss Carington was so touched that she couldnt help crying. She thanked the young man and invited him to see him again at the hotel before he left the city.

The next morning the young man dressed in the latest fashion went to the hotel. He was sure Miss Carington would agree to take him as her partner in the play if he told her everything.

To his surprise he was told that Miss Carington had left for her native village forever.

Highsmith realized that he acted too well.

 

 

  1. Miss Carington was a young famous actress.
  2. Now she was to perform a small part in a new comedy.
  3. Highsmith refused to perform the leading male part in the comedy.
  4. The young man was born in London.
  5. Highsmith was the star of the actors party.
  6. He approached the famous actress at the restaurant and told her interesting news about her relatives in Cranberry.
  7. The next morning the young man left the city.
  8. He was sure Miss Carington would agree to take him as her partner in the play.

 

 

               

 

 

II. Grammar.

1. Something (smell) very good.

a) smelled b) has been smelling c) has smelled d) smells

 

2.Bob (eat) dinner when his friend (call).

a)ate called b) was eating-was calling c) was eating-called d) has been eating-has called



 

3. The train (pass) a big town at night and so we (not/see) it.

a) passed-didnt see b)had passed-hadnt seen c)passes-didnt see d)was passing-wasnt seen

 

4. We (not/see) this exhibition yet.

a) didnt see b)hasnt seen c)havent seen d)was not seeing

 

5. Betty (go) to visit her mother last Friday.

a) will go b)went c)has gone d)was going

 

6. He (play) the trumpet since 6 oclock this morning. He only just (stop).

a) was playing-stopped b)will be playing-stopped c)has been playing-has stopped d)will play-will stop

 

7. You (learn) the rules since morning. I think you (learn) everything.

a)have been learning-have learnt b)will have been learning-have learnt c)learnt-learnt d) will be learning-will learn

 

 

             

 

III. Words

1. curious a) something that you cannot understand, explain or get

information about

2.origin b) to live in a particular place

3.success c) to make something new exist or happen

4.inhabit d) to be all around something or someone

5.create e) to be a member of a group or organization

6.compare f) to consider the ways in which people or things are similar or

different

7.global g)wanting to find out something

8.periodical h) a magazine on a particular subject that is published regularly

9.surround i) the place or a moment at which something begins

10)mystery j) including or affecting the whole world

11)belong k) the achievement of something that you planned to do

 

IV. Choose the right idea.

1.They live insouth of France.

a) a b) the c)-

2. Pete is atoffice now.

a) the b) a c)-

3. She is my..friend.

a) good b) better c) best

4. I like reading books..history.

a) on b) about c) in

5.Judging..words he is a nice fellow.

a) with b) by c) at

6. Its time we got.to work.

a) on b) after c)down

7. How are you and your neighbor getting..

a) about b) along c) after

8. The stone steps had been worn.by centuries of visitors.

a) smooth b) rough c) blunt

9. He was very handsome, with strong.features.

a) rough b) regular c) irregular

10. The of my family is my granddad.

a) old b) older c) elder

11. I visited granny..week.

a) the last b) the latest

12. He is still thinking about the..education.

a) the farther b) the further


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