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Period 1-2

READING
Exercise 1: Read the following text and decide which word best fits each blank.

When in Britain, you must never complain. Complaining is very un-British. If you are (1)………….. waiting half an hour in a shop, if a bus (2)………….is rude to you, if a waiter brings your food ice-cold – you keep your mouth shut. The (3)………….upper lip is the British way. Other nationalities might make a (4)………….protest loudly or call for the manager, but not the British.
Remember also that British ears are (5)…………..not tuned to hear complaints. A friend of mine was a regular (6)………….at a famous and expensive London restaurant. Every day at 2p.m. and 9p.m. the (7)………….manager would come out (as he had been doing for the last 37 years), go from table to table and (8)…………. . “Did you enjoy your meal?” For 37 years, hundreds of thousands of properly (9)…………...up English people had replied to him: “Very much indeed.” The man would smile, say “Thank you very much”, and (10)………….to the next table.
One day, however, the lunch was so (11)…………that my friend (Dutch mother, Albanian father) decided to tell him the naked truth. So, when the antiquated manager (12)………….at his table as usual and asked, “Did you enjoy your meal, sir?” my friend replied: (13)……….., not at all. It was appalling.” To which the managergave his (14)…………., obsequious smile, said: “Thank you very much, sir”, and moved on, quite (15)………… .

A. made B. kept C. stayed D. held
A. conductor B. attendant C. assistant D. steward
A. hard B. inflexible C. firm D. stiff
A. discussion B. argument C. quarrel D. fuss
A. simply B. easily C. utterly D. modestly
A. supporter B. purchaser C. custumer D. guest
A. mature B. elderly C. outdated D. vintage
A. inquire B. query C. request D. probe
A. raised B. grown C. educated D. brought
A. motion B. progress C. stride D. shift
A. offensive B. painful C. abominable D. harrowing
A. appeared B. surfaced C. descended D. joined
A. Sincerely B. Largely C. Bluntly D. Frankly
A. customary B. average C. commonplace D. daily
A. convinced B. fulfilled C. satisfied D. complete

Exercise 2: Use the correct form of the words given in parentheses to fill in the blank in each sentence.
ANIMALS
Most cat or dog owners would swear their pet was virtually human. It’s pleased to see you and shows its disapproval when you go. It may not be particularly (talk)………………………… or a genius at mathematics but it sees grass as green and inhabits as rich world of smells (imagine)……………………… to us. Until recently such notions of a pet’s inner life, with (similar)……………………………… to our own in some ways would have been met with a (know)…………………………….. sneer in many respected (science)………………………… circles. Nowadays in fact, claiming (conscious)…………………………. For your pets in commonplace. The problem now is providing an adequate (define)………………………… of what this actually means. Is it about having sensations like hunger and pain, or is it more about the ability to be aware that you are experiencing something?
ANSWER KEYS:
1. talkative 2. unimaginable 3. similarities 4. knowing 5. scientific 6. consciousness 7. definition
Exercise 3: Read the passage and answer the questions which follow by choosing the best suggestion.

San Francisco is where I grew up between the ages of two and ten and where I lived for a period when I was about 13 and again as a married man from the ages of 37 to 51. So quite a bit slice of my life has been spent there. My mother, who is now 90, still lives in Los Gatos, about 60 miles south of San Francisco. Even though I have since lived in Switzerland and settled in London over 25 years ago, I have kept property in California foe sentimential reasons.

I was born in New York and I love the United States. It is still a land of enermous drive, strength, imagination and opportunaty. I know it well, having played in every
 
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