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I. Multiple choi
Choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) to each question.
Edward is entering a university and has to decide what foreign language to study, since he needs 12 credits to graduate. He studied Japanese by himself in high school and even had a chance to use some for it when he took a trip to Tokyo. He enjoyed his trip very much and thought that maybe some day he would like to work for an international company based in Japan.
The reason why the university requires students to study a foreign language is that they feel that it makes the students more educated. Edward doesn’t feel that this should be the main reason for studying a foreign language. He thinks that being able to communicate with people from different cultures is far more important than just impressing people with your knowledge.
After considering the possibilities of studying German or French so that he could travel in Europe with little difficulty, he finally makes up his mind to continue his study of Japanese. He feels that being good at Japanese would make it much easier for him to be accepted if he decides to work and live in Japan for some time.
1. One of the reasons for Edward to study a foreign language is that he…………
A. has just graduated from a high school
B. has just decided to enter a university
C. wants to impress people with his knowledge
D. needs certain credits to graduate
2. Which of the following has nothing to do with his final decision to continue his study of Japanese?
A. The university requires students to study that language
B. The university thinks that a foreign language makes the students more educated
C. Edward studied Japanese by himself and used it when he traveled in Tokyo
D. he hopes that some day he may work for a company in Japan
3. For Edward, to ………………is the least important reason to learn a foreign language.
A. travel in a foreign country B. work and live in another country
C. show people that he is very learned D. communicate with people from other cultures
4. Edward first considers the possibilities of studying German and French, but he chooses Japanese. This shows that he …………
A. is afraid of difficulties
B. does not like French or German
C. is practical for his study and his future job
D. only likes daydreaming
5. The best title for this passage is ……….
A. Traveling in Europe B. Working and Living in Japan
C. How to Study Japanese D. Choosing a Foreign Language
Taking a year out.
Read the passage and choose the option that best fits each space
It is now extremely popular to take a year gap between school and university or university and work, and to ………………….it traveling. There are plenty of reasons to recommend it – travel broadens the mind, you’re only young once. Life isn’t a rehearsal and so on. And if you don’t do it, you may always regret that you didn’t take the ……………….. In the end, there’s only one response: well, why not?
The idea may have its roots in the 18th –century Grand Tour once ……………….by the young , rich, and noble, but it is the middle classes who have turned it ……………..something that 200.000 British youngsters do every year. Travel has never been so easy and cheap, with more places open…………. tourists than ever. Also the gap year is now accepted by many employers and universities.
6. A. employ B. fulfill C. exploit D. spend
7. A. chance B. occasion C. moment D. luck
8. given B. undertaken C. traveled D. gone
9. out B. up C. over D. into
10. A. to B. with C. by D. at
11. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.
A. intact B. famine C. bachelor D. admission
12. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.

A. absorb B. housing C. course D. scenic

13. Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the other words. A. magnificent B. catastrophic C. irresponsible D. baccalaureate

14. Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the other words. A. ecosystem B. atmosphere C. analytical D. breathtaking
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