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B хувилбарын 35-р даалгавар

Andrew is quite old, but he’s still as sharp as a tack in his work and life. He finds an easy solutions to difficult problems.

  • A.

    To be very skillful

  • B.

    To be very sharp eyed

  • C.

    To be very intelligent

  • D.

    To be very curious

  • E.

    To be very straightforward 

Оноо-2 Минут-0
B хувилбарын 36-р даалгавар

Guide: We are now approaching the famous Statue of Liberty, which has welcomed visitors to New York Harbor since 1886. Tourist 1: Wow! Look at it. Tourist 2: 38. _______ Guide: The statue was given to the United States by the people of France. It was designed by the French sculptor Bartholdi. Tourist 1: It’s really huge. Do we get to go inside? Tourist 2: 39. _______ Tourist 1: Stairs? There is no elevator? Guide: The statue of Liberty is major tourist attraction, and every year it is visited by millions of people from all over the world. There are 354 steps to the top of the crown. Tourist 1: Did you hear that? 354 steps! Tourist 2: Oh, come on, you can do it! People do it every day! Guide: The statue was manufactured in France, and shipped to New York in 1884. It arrived a year later. Then it was assembled on Liberty Island, where it stands today. Putting it together took four months. Tourist 1: I’m not feeling so good. ... Tourist 2: Oh, stop! It’ll be fun! Guide: Please be back at the boat in 30 minutes. 40. _______, the statue is currently closed to visitors. You may walk around the island, but you may not climb the stairs to the top.

What is the conversation about?

  • A.

    It is about a boat tour of New York Harbor.

  • B.

    It is about a travel around the USA.

  • C.

    It is about a tour of the Statue of Liberty in France.

  • D.

    It is about the history of New York Harbor.

  • E.

    It is about the French sculptor Bartholdi.

Оноо-2 Минут-0
B хувилбарын 37-р даалгавар

Guide: We are now approaching the famous Statue of Liberty, which has welcomed visitors to New York Harbor since 1886. Tourist 1: Wow! Look at it. Tourist 2: 38. _______ Guide: The statue was given to the United States by the people of France. It was designed by the French sculptor Bartholdi. Tourist 1: It’s really huge. Do we get to go inside? Tourist 2: 39. _______ Tourist 1: Stairs? There is no elevator? Guide: The statue of Liberty is major tourist attraction, and every year it is visited by millions of people from all over the world. There are 354 steps to the top of the crown. Tourist 1: Did you hear that? 354 steps! Tourist 2: Oh, come on, you can do it! People do it every day! Guide: The statue was manufactured in France, and shipped to New York in 1884. It arrived a year later. Then it was assembled on Liberty Island, where it stands today. Putting it together took four months. Tourist 1: I’m not feeling so good. ... Tourist 2: Oh, stop! It’ll be fun! Guide: Please be back at the boat in 30 minutes. 40. _______, the statue is currently closed to visitors. You may walk around the island, but you may not climb the stairs to the top.

When was the Statue of Liberty completed to be built on the island?

  • A.

    It was completed in 1886

  • B.

    It was completed in 1884

  • C.

    It was completed in 1885

  • D.

    It was completed in 1883

  • E.

    It was completed in 1887

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B хувилбарын 38-р даалгавар

Guide: We are now approaching the famous Statue of Liberty, which has welcomed visitors to New York Harbor since 1886. Tourist 1: Wow! Look at it. Tourist 2: 38. _______ Guide: The statue was given to the United States by the people of France. It was designed by the French sculptor Bartholdi. Tourist 1: It’s really huge. Do we get to go inside? Tourist 2: 39. _______ Tourist 1: Stairs? There is no elevator? Guide: The statue of Liberty is major tourist attraction, and every year it is visited by millions of people from all over the world. There are 354 steps to the top of the crown. Tourist 1: Did you hear that? 354 steps! Tourist 2: Oh, come on, you can do it! People do it every day! Guide: The statue was manufactured in France, and shipped to New York in 1884. It arrived a year later. Then it was assembled on Liberty Island, where it stands today. Putting it together took four months. Tourist 1: I’m not feeling so good. ... Tourist 2: Oh, stop! It’ll be fun! Guide: Please be back at the boat in 30 minutes. 40. _______, the statue is currently closed to visitors. You may walk around the island, but you may not climb the stairs to the top.

Complete the blank from the given options.

  • A.

    It is visited by millions of people

  • B.

    Yes, it is very modern

  • C.

    Yes, it has 354 steps

  • D.

    Have you seen this before?

  • E.

    Incredible, isn’t it?

Оноо-2 Минут-0
B хувилбарын 39-р даалгавар

Guide: We are now approaching the famous Statue of Liberty, which has welcomed visitors to New York Harbor since 1886. Tourist 1: Wow! Look at it. Tourist 2: 38. _______ Guide: The statue was given to the United States by the people of France. It was designed by the French sculptor Bartholdi. Tourist 1: It’s really huge. Do we get to go inside? Tourist 2: 39. _______ Tourist 1: Stairs? There is no elevator? Guide: The statue of Liberty is major tourist attraction, and every year it is visited by millions of people from all over the world. There are 354 steps to the top of the crown. Tourist 1: Did you hear that? 354 steps! Tourist 2: Oh, come on, you can do it! People do it every day! Guide: The statue was manufactured in France, and shipped to New York in 1884. It arrived a year later. Then it was assembled on Liberty Island, where it stands today. Putting it together took four months. Tourist 1: I’m not feeling so good. ... Tourist 2: Oh, stop! It’ll be fun! Guide: Please be back at the boat in 30 minutes. 40. _______, the statue is currently closed to visitors. You may walk around the island, but you may not climb the stairs to the top.

Complete the blank from the given options.

  • A.

    No, we can’t. There are no stairs up to the crown.

  • B.

    We can use an elevator to go up to the crown.

  • C.

    We should pay for climbing up to the crown.

  • D.

    I think we can climb the stairs all the way up to the crown.

  • E.

    I think it’s just a giant statue.

Оноо-2 Минут-0
B хувилбарын 40-р даалгавар

Guide: We are now approaching the famous Statue of Liberty, which has welcomed visitors to New York Harbor since 1886. Tourist 1: Wow! Look at it. Tourist 2: 38. _______ Guide: The statue was given to the United States by the people of France. It was designed by the French sculptor Bartholdi. Tourist 1: It’s really huge. Do we get to go inside? Tourist 2: 39. _______ Tourist 1: Stairs? There is no elevator? Guide: The statue of Liberty is major tourist attraction, and every year it is visited by millions of people from all over the world. There are 354 steps to the top of the crown. Tourist 1: Did you hear that? 354 steps! Tourist 2: Oh, come on, you can do it! People do it every day! Guide: The statue was manufactured in France, and shipped to New York in 1884. It arrived a year later. Then it was assembled on Liberty Island, where it stands today. Putting it together took four months. Tourist 1: I’m not feeling so good. ... Tourist 2: Oh, stop! It’ll be fun! Guide: Please be back at the boat in 30 minutes. 40. _______, the statue is currently closed to visitors. You may walk around the island, but you may not climb the stairs to the top.

Complete the blank from the given options.

  • A.

    Fortunately

  • B.

    Unfortunately

  • C.

    Especially

  • D.

    Actually

  • E.

    Luckily

Оноо-2 Минут-0
B хувилбарын 41-р даалгавар

How do you avoid being struck by lightning? Thunderstorms occur all over the world and lightning is unpredictable, so it’s useful to know how to avoid getting toasted. Water and ice droplets in storm clouds bump around and become electrically charged. At the top of the cloud they have a positive charge, and at the bottom, a negative charge. Sometimes the negativelycharged bottom is close enough to the positively-charged ground (or the top of another cloud) to be attracted to it, and electrical energy is released in a flash of light. Lightning will often strike a tall object, like a church spire or a tall tree, because it’s an easier path to the ground than the air. So how can you avoid attracting the attention of a lightning bolt? • Don’t stand near trees or any tall structures. • If you are in a car, stay there. Lightning will be more attracted to the metal of the car than it will be to you, but don’t touch anything metal inside the car. • Don’t hold anything metal, like an umbrella (this would be a handy route for the electricity to get from the air to the earth). • Keep away from open water, as it is a good conductor of electricity, and don’t go sailing (the mast could attract lightning). But if you’re in a boat, keep away from anything metal.

What is the main purpose of the text?

  • A.

    Writing an essay

  • B.

    Giving advice

  • C.

    Telling a tale

  • D.

    Telling a story

  • E.

    Explaining an experiment

Оноо-2 Минут-0
B хувилбарын 42-р даалгавар

How do you avoid being struck by lightning? Thunderstorms occur all over the world and lightning is unpredictable, so it’s useful to know how to avoid getting toasted. Water and ice droplets in storm clouds bump around and become electrically charged. At the top of the cloud they have a positive charge, and at the bottom, a negative charge. Sometimes the negativelycharged bottom is close enough to the positively-charged ground (or the top of another cloud) to be attracted to it, and electrical energy is released in a flash of light. Lightning will often strike a tall object, like a church spire or a tall tree, because it’s an easier path to the ground than the air. So how can you avoid attracting the attention of a lightning bolt? • Don’t stand near trees or any tall structures. • If you are in a car, stay there. Lightning will be more attracted to the metal of the car than it will be to you, but don’t touch anything metal inside the car. • Don’t hold anything metal, like an umbrella (this would be a handy route for the electricity to get from the air to the earth). • Keep away from open water, as it is a good conductor of electricity, and don’t go sailing (the mast could attract lightning). But if you’re in a boat, keep away from anything metal.

Thunderstorms happen around the world and ________

  • A.

    are away from anything metal.

  • B.

    are electrically charged.

  • C.

    are more attracted to the metal.

  • D.

    lightning cannot be predicted.

  • E.

    bump around.

Оноо-2 Минут-0
B хувилбарын 43-р даалгавар

How do you avoid being struck by lightning? Thunderstorms occur all over the world and lightning is unpredictable, so it’s useful to know how to avoid getting toasted. Water and ice droplets in storm clouds bump around and become electrically charged. At the top of the cloud they have a positive charge, and at the bottom, a negative charge. Sometimes the negativelycharged bottom is close enough to the positively-charged ground (or the top of another cloud) to be attracted to it, and electrical energy is released in a flash of light. Lightning will often strike a tall object, like a church spire or a tall tree, because it’s an easier path to the ground than the air. So how can you avoid attracting the attention of a lightning bolt? • Don’t stand near trees or any tall structures. • If you are in a car, stay there. Lightning will be more attracted to the metal of the car than it will be to you, but don’t touch anything metal inside the car. • Don’t hold anything metal, like an umbrella (this would be a handy route for the electricity to get from the air to the earth). • Keep away from open water, as it is a good conductor of electricity, and don’t go sailing (the mast could attract lightning). But if you’re in a boat, keep away from anything metal.

According to the text, what becomes electrically charged when it bumps around?

  • A.

    storm clouds

  • B.

    storm clouds with water droplets

  • C.

    storm clouds with ice droplets

  • D.

    water and ice droplets in the air

  • E.

    droplets of water and ice in storm clouds  

Оноо-2 Минут-0
B хувилбарын 44-р даалгавар

How do you avoid being struck by lightning? Thunderstorms occur all over the world and lightning is unpredictable, so it’s useful to know how to avoid getting toasted. Water and ice droplets in storm clouds bump around and become electrically charged. At the top of the cloud they have a positive charge, and at the bottom, a negative charge. Sometimes the negativelycharged bottom is close enough to the positively-charged ground (or the top of another cloud) to be attracted to it, and electrical energy is released in a flash of light. Lightning will often strike a tall object, like a church spire or a tall tree, because it’s an easier path to the ground than the air. So how can you avoid attracting the attention of a lightning bolt? • Don’t stand near trees or any tall structures. • If you are in a car, stay there. Lightning will be more attracted to the metal of the car than it will be to you, but don’t touch anything metal inside the car. • Don’t hold anything metal, like an umbrella (this would be a handy route for the electricity to get from the air to the earth). • Keep away from open water, as it is a good conductor of electricity, and don’t go sailing (the mast could attract lightning). But if you’re in a boat, keep away from anything metal.

The pronoun it in bold and underlined in the text refers to _______.

  • A.

    water

  • B.

    metal

  • C.

    boat

  • D.

    umbrella

  • E.

    car

Оноо-2 Минут-0
B хувилбарын 45-р даалгавар

How do you avoid being struck by lightning? Thunderstorms occur all over the world and lightning is unpredictable, so it’s useful to know how to avoid getting toasted. Water and ice droplets in storm clouds bump around and become electrically charged. At the top of the cloud they have a positive charge, and at the bottom, a negative charge. Sometimes the negativelycharged bottom is close enough to the positively-charged ground (or the top of another cloud) to be attracted to it, and electrical energy is released in a flash of light. Lightning will often strike a tall object, like a church spire or a tall tree, because it’s an easier path to the ground than the air. So how can you avoid attracting the attention of a lightning bolt? • Don’t stand near trees or any tall structures. • If you are in a car, stay there. Lightning will be more attracted to the metal of the car than it will be to you, but don’t touch anything metal inside the car. • Don’t hold anything metal, like an umbrella (this would be a handy route for the electricity to get from the air to the earth). • Keep away from open water, as it is a good conductor of electricity, and don’t go sailing (the mast could attract lightning). But if you’re in a boat, keep away from anything metal.

According to the text, which of the following is not true?

  • A.

    Keep away getting toasted

  • B.

    Do not keep away from open water.

  • C.

    Do not stay near trees or tall structures.

  • D.

    Do not go sailing

  • E.

    Avoid holding anything metal.

Оноо-2 Минут-0
B хувилбарын 46-р даалгавар

How do you avoid being struck by lightning? Thunderstorms occur all over the world and lightning is unpredictable, so it’s useful to know how to avoid getting toasted. Water and ice droplets in storm clouds bump around and become electrically charged. At the top of the cloud they have a positive charge, and at the bottom, a negative charge. Sometimes the negativelycharged bottom is close enough to the positively-charged ground (or the top of another cloud) to be attracted to it, and electrical energy is released in a flash of light. Lightning will often strike a tall object, like a church spire or a tall tree, because it’s an easier path to the ground than the air. So how can you avoid attracting the attention of a lightning bolt? • Don’t stand near trees or any tall structures. • If you are in a car, stay there. Lightning will be more attracted to the metal of the car than it will be to you, but don’t touch anything metal inside the car. • Don’t hold anything metal, like an umbrella (this would be a handy route for the electricity to get from the air to the earth). • Keep away from open water, as it is a good conductor of electricity, and don’t go sailing (the mast could attract lightning). But if you’re in a boat, keep away from anything metal.

A tall object is easier path to the ground than the _______

  • A.

    air.

  • B.

    water.

  • C.

    metal.

  • D.

    electricity.

  • E.

    lightning.

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C хувилбарын 1-р даалгавар

I bought _______ furniture for my new house last month.

 

 

  • A.

    some

  • B.

    any

  • C.

    an

  • D.

    many

  • E.

    a

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 2-р даалгавар

Every year, _______ first Thursday of November, Thanksgiving is celebrated.

  • A.

    to

  • B.

    in

  • C.

    at

  • D.

    for

  • E.

    on

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 3-р даалгавар

In Mongolia, it is easy to travel to the countryside _______ car.

 

  • A.

    with

  • B.

    in

  • C.

    on

  • D.

    by

  • E.

    at

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 4-р даалгавар

You _______ never do that again. It’s prohibited in the area.

 

 

  • A.

    Would

  • B.

    Must

  • C.

    Will

  • D.

    May    

  • E.

    might  

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 5-р даалгавар

My brother is _______ at swimming than I am.

 

 

  • A.

    well

  • B.

    good

  • C.

    much better

  • D.

    the better 

  • E.

    the best

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 6-р даалгавар

I ________ early in the morning and _______ my farm animals.

  • A.

    am waking up / feeds

  • B.

    wake up / feed

  • C.

    wakes up / feed

  • D.

    is waking up / feeds

  • E.

    wake up / am feeding

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 7-р даалгавар

Tommy and Mickey _______ do outdoor sport when they ______ teenagers.

  • A.

    used to / wasn’t

  • B.

    didn’t use to / wasn’t

  • C.

    didn’t use to / was

  • D.

    didn’t use to / were     

  • E.

    use to / were

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 8-р даалгавар

Ann has recently won _______ trip to Paris. She’s happy to see _______ Eiffel Tower.

 

  • A.

    --- / the

  • B.

    the / a

  • C.

    a / a    

  • D.

    the / ---

  • E.

    a/the

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 9-р даалгавар

Susan kept _______ and now she is quite good.

  • A.

    practicing

  • B.

    practices

  • C.

    practice

  • D.

    practiced        

  • E.

    to practice

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 10-р даалгавар

Donald and Mike told _______ teacher that they made the boat _______.

  • A.

    their / them

  • B.

    theirs / themselves

  • C.

    them / themselves

  • D.

    their / themselves       

  • E.

    they / them

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 11-р даалгавар

Let’s go to the beach for fun, _______?

 

‘Question tag’ лавлан асуух өгүүлбэр нь ‘Let us/Let’s’ гэж эхэлсэн байвал төгсгөл нь ‘shall we?’ буюу ‘Let’s …, shall we?’ гэсэн тогтсон хэлбэртэй байдаг учир А хариулт буруу байна.

  • A.

    are we

  • B.

    will we

  • C.

    would we

  • D.

    do we

  • E.

    shall we

Оноо-1 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 12-р даалгавар

The movie I talked about _______ on TV next month.

 

  • A.

    is appeared

  • B.

    have been appeared

  • C.

    will be appeared

  • D.

    has been appeared

  • E.

    had appeared

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 13-р даалгавар

“I made a lot of friends in my new job last month,” he said. He said that _______.

 

 

  • A.

    I had made a lot of friends in his new job a month ago.

  • B.

    he had made a lot of friends in his new job the previous month.

  • C.

    he had made a lot of friends in my new job the previous month.

  • D.

    I would make a lot of friends in his new job the month before.

  • E.

    he has made a lot of friends in his new job the previous month.

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 14-р даалгавар

If we _______ enough time, we _______ the Statue of Liberty.

 

 

  • A.

    had / would have visited

  • B.

    have / would visit

  • C.

    had had / would visit

  • D.

    had / would visit

  • E.

    have / would have visited

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 15-р даалгавар

We finished our work earlier _______ it was a quite effortless job.

 

 

  • A.

    so that

  • B.

    because of

  • C.

    due to 

  • D.

    therefore        

  • E.

    because

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 16-р даалгавар

I liked the composition _______ you wrote last night. 

  • A.

    whose

  • B.

    what

  • C.

    who

  • D.

    which

  • E.

    whom

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 17-р даалгавар

Captain Cook, a British navigator, was the first European to reach Australia east coast.

  • A.

    British

  • B.

    was

  • C.

    European

  • D.

    to

  • E.

    Coast

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 18-р даалгавар

The man, whose red car is parked in front off our house is a physician.

  • A.

    whose

  • B.

    parked

  • C.

    front

  • D.

    our

  • E.

    physician.

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 19-р даалгавар

George used to live in Toronto, but he company had him transferred to Seattle.

  • A.

    used

  • B.

    live

  • C.

    he

  • D.

    had

  • E.

    him

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 20-р даалгавар

We need some yoghurt and _______ bananas for making fruit salad.

 

 

  • A.

    a jar of

  • B.

    a slice of

  • C.

    a bar of

  • D.

    a loaf of

  • E.

    a bunch of

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 21-р даалгавар

People with heavy _______ eyebrows always tend to be decisive.

  • A.

     almond-shaped

  • B.

    pointed

  • C.

    down-turned

  • D.

    arched

  • E.

    round-shaped

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 22-р даалгавар

Anderson is a very _______ man, so that we can trust him.

 

 

  • A.

    complicated

  • B.

    reliable

  • C.

    outgoing

  • D.

    reserved         

  • E.

    easy-going

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 23-р даалгавар

The volcano _______ on Sunday morning with massive destruction.

 

  • A.

    broke

  • B.

    destroyed       

  • C.

    erupted

  • D.

    exploded

  • E.

    damaged

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 24-р даалгавар

One of the most important _______ of 20th century is computer.

 

 

  • A.

    findings     

  • B.

    discoveries     

  • C.

    revelations

  • D.

    inventions

  • E.

    openings

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 25-р даалгавар

James _______ that he had stolen the money.

 

  • A.

    complained

  • B.

    suggested       

  • C.

    denied 

  • D.

    promised        

  • E.

    commanded

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 26-р даалгавар

In writing, _______ is a punctuation mark that ends an affirmative sentence.

 

  • A.

    a question mark

  • B.

    a period

  • C.

    a colon

  • D.

    a comma

  • E.

    an exclamation mark

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 27-р даалгавар

The farmer heard a pig ________ outside the fence.

  • A.

    barking

  • B.

    roaring

  • C.

    hissing

  • D.

    grunting

  • E.

    bleating

Оноо-2 Минут-0
C хувилбарын 28-р даалгавар

_______ is a kind of behavior that frightens or hurts someone.

 

 

  • A.

     Feedback

  • B.

    Cyber addiction

  • C.

    Gossiping

  • D.

    Social media

  • E.

    Bullying

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