9  Review

Vocabulary: Ways of looking

Match a sentence beginning 1-6 with an appropriate ending a-e.

Question No. /

1 Smiling contentedly, Elisa sat gazing

2 Once in the street, he could only stare

3 She read the last question and glanced

4 David lifted the lid a little and peered

5 Catherine only glimpsed the intruder

6 After receiving the red card he glared

(a) momentarily, but his face was familiar.

(b)furiously at the referee and left the pitch.

(c)in wonder at the spectacular scenery.

(d) in disbelief at his burning house.

(e)anxiously up at the exam room clock.

(f) inquisitively into the box.

Reading and Use of English


part 1

Multiple-choice cloze

For questions 1-8, read the text below and decide which answer (A, B, C orD) best fits each gap. There is an example at the beginning (O).


Question No. /

Solving a mystery

A scuba diver has (0) a British family with the photos from a camera they lost on a canoeing (1) on the Dordogne river in France. The camera fell into the water when their canoe hit a bridge and (2) . The father, Andrew Sully, dived down to look for it, but soon (3) up, as the water was too muddy to see clearly.

Soon afterwards, however, French student Kevin Quirin came (4) the camera while exploring the river. (5) the camera was broken, the memory card was still intact, so he downloaded the photos and followed the (6) to trace the owners. He found two humorous photos of Andrew standing next to signs with the word 'Sully' on them and (7) that might be their surname. There were also photos of Andrew taking (8) in a charity bike ride in Paris: searching the Internet, Kevin found an Andrew Sully on the participants list and forwarded the photos to the family in Wales.

0 A replaced                  B encountered               C reunited                 D joined 

1 A travel                      B trip                               C voyage                   D cruise 

2 A dropped                 B divided                         C overturned             D drowned 

3 A held                        B put                               C turned                     D gave 

4 A up                           B towards                        C across                    D over

5 A Although                 B Apart                             C Since                      D Despite 

6 A hints                        B clues                               C ways                      D paths 

7 A assured                   B guessed                         C worked                  D seemed 

8 A place                       B prize                               C pose                      D part 


Reading and Use of English

Part 3

Word formation

Read the following story of an unsolved mystery. Use the word given in capitals at the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line. There is an example at the beginning (0). Write your answers IN CAPITAL LETTERS.

Question No. /

A Strange Journey

It was a warm, (0)SUNNY(SUN) October morning in 1593 and in front of the palace in Mexico City there were the usual bustling crowds of people moving (1)(NOISE) across the plaza. One soldier stood out from the rest. Unlike the (2)(TRADITION) grey uniform of the other palace guards, his was bright and (3)(COLOUR) and he carried a different kind of gun. The strange soldier said that his orders were to guard the Philippine governor's palace in Manila. '(4)(EVIDENCE), I am not in Manila,' he said, 'but this is a palace so I am doing my duty.' By now, officers were (5)(SUSPICION) of the man and his amazing tale of an overnight journey from Manila to Mexico City. And when he told them that the governor of Manila had been killed the night before, he was arrested. (6)(SHORT) afterwards, a ship arrived from the Philippines, bringing news that the governor had been murdered - on the night before the soldier had appeared. The soldier was (7)(EVENTUAL) released and sent back to Manila. To this day his (8) (MYSTERY) voyage through time and space remains unexplained.


Reading and Use of English

Part 4


For Questions 1-6, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words, including the word given.

Question No. /

Write the missing words IN CAPITAL LETTERS.

1 The goalkeeper was injured last week, so maybe he isn't playing today.


The goalkeeper was injured last week, so he today.

2 I expect you were very pleased to have your book published.


It must to have your book published.

3 Tim seems to drink only tea now so perhaps he has stopped drinking coffee altogether.


Tim seems to drink only tea now so he up drinking coffee altogether.

4 You can keep a secret, can't you?


You wouldn't you?

5 If you don't let me have your homework tomorrow, there'll be trouble!


You in your essay tomorrow or there'll be trouble!

6 I only glimpsed him briefly, but I'm sure it was David.


I only of him, but I'm sure it was David.

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ماژیک فسفری

با استفاده از ماژیک فسفری می توانید کلمات و بخش های مهم را برای خود علامت گذاری نمایید و هنگام پاسخ به آزمون از آنها استفاده کنید. برای از بین بردن بخش های رنگی دوباره روی آن کلیک نمایید.

دفترچه یادداشت

هر تعدادی که دوست دارید دفترچه یادداشت ایجاد کنید و نکات مهم را در آن بنویسید.
برای استفاده از دفترچه یادداشت بر روی قسمتی از درس یا آزمون که می خواهید در آنجا نکته ی مهمی را قرار دهید کلیک نمایید.سپس در آن قسمت یک دفترچه یادداشت جدید ایجاد میشود و با کلیک بر روی آن می توانید بازش کنید و نکته های مهم را بنویسید.