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D хувилбарын 23-р даалгавар

The volcanic eruption _______ many buildings and houses of the town.

 

  • A.

    blasted

  • B.

    exploded

  • C.

    erupted

  • D.

    shattered        

  • E.

    destroyed       

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D хувилбарын 24-р даалгавар

America was _______ by Christopher Columbus in 1492.

 

 

  • A.

    discovered

  • B.

    invented

  • C.

    appeared

  • D.

    revealed

  • E.

    detected

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D хувилбарын 25-р даалгавар

My doctor _______ me that I need to quit smoking.

 

 

  • A.

    complained

  • B.

    denied

  • C.

    warned

  • D.

    promised

  • E.

    apologized

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D хувилбарын 26-р даалгавар

We use _______ at the end of a strong sentence in writing.

 

 

  • A.

    a comma

  • B.

    a question mark

  • C.

    a colon

  • D.

    an exclamation mark

  • E.

    a period

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D хувилбарын 27-р даалгавар

The explorer heard a snake ________ in the grass.

 

 

  • A.

    bleating

  • B.

    howling           

  • C.

    roaring

  • D.

    barking

  • E.

    hissing

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D хувилбарын 28-р даалгавар

_______, excessive use of the internet, is getting big issues.

 

 

  • A.

    Bullying

  • B.

    Cyber addiction

  • C.

    Gossiping

  • D.

    Social media  

  • E.

    Feedback

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D хувилбарын 29-р даалгавар

Guess what! I ran _______ my favorite comedian actor yesterday.

 

 

  • A.

    out of

  • B.

    away

  • C.

    over

  • D.

    into

  • E.

    around

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D хувилбарын 30-р даалгавар

The professor put _______ the meeting until the following week.

 

  • A.

    up

  • B.

    on

  • C.

    out

  • D.

    down

  • E.

    off       

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D хувилбарын 31-р даалгавар

Susan decided to take _______ swimming as a hobby.

 

  • A.

    up

  • B.

    after    

  • C.

    down

  • D.

    off       

  • E.

    away

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D хувилбарын 32-р даалгавар

He’s really smart that he always comes _______ brilliant ideas.

 

  • A.

    back

  • B.

    across

  • C.

    up

  • D.

    up with

  • E.

    round

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D хувилбарын 33-р даалгавар

Since the students won the competition they have been in seventh heaven. Their long-time wish was fulfilled

 

  • A.

    To be extremely smart

  • B.

    To get a big prize

  • C.

    To be extremely happy

  • D.

    To get good reputation

  • E.

    To be included in a higher rank

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D хувилбарын 34-р даалгавар

Bill is studying engineering in our department. He can do sculpting, carving, a bit of pottery – he’s a jack of all trades.

 

 

  • A.

    Doing different jobs at the same time

  • B.

    Having many skills and abilities

  • C.

    Being successful in business

  • D.

    Making a lot of money

  • E.

    Having artistic abilities

Оноо-2 Минут-0
D 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 intelligent

  • B.

    To be very sharp eyed

  • C.

    To be very skillful

  • D.

    To be very curious

  • E.

    To be very straightforward 

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D хувилбарын 36-р даалгавар

Teacher: Welcome to our debate! The candidates for class president this year are Paul and Simon. Please introduce yourselves and tell us why you’d be a good president. Paul: Hi, I’m Paul. I think I’d be a great president because I’m reliable, and I’m very creative. Simon: Hi, everyone. I’m Simon and I’m really good at organizing. I’m also efficient, and I’m hardworking. Teacher: How good are you at working with people? Paul? Paul: I’m really good at working with people. And I’d make a good president because I am always level-headed. 38. _______ Teacher: And Simon? Simon: I’m OK working with people. Sometimes I’m a little impatient, but I’m never critical. Teacher: OK! Next question. Paul, can you solve problems easily? Paul: Well, it takes a lot of work to solve problems for a whole class, but I think I’m good at it. I really like helping, and like I said, I’m very creative. 39. _______ Teacher: OK, Simon, what about you? Simon: I like helping people, too. I’m so-so at solving problems, but if the solution doesn’t work, I always ask someone for help. I can’t stand making mistakes. Paul: Oh, I don’t mind. If you don’t make mistakes, 40. _______ Teacher: That’s a good point, Paul. Well, we’re out of time. Thanks to our candidates for participating, and don’t forget to vote on Wednesday! [applause]

What is the conversation about?


 

  • A.

    It is about a debate about class president.

  • B.

    It is about an election of class president.

  • C.

    it s about an election debate of class president

  • D.

    It is about an election of candidates for the president.

  • E.

    It is about the candidates of the class.

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

Teacher: Welcome to our debate! The candidates for class president this year are Paul and Simon. Please introduce yourselves and tell us why you’d be a good president. Paul: Hi, I’m Paul. I think I’d be a great president because I’m reliable, and I’m very creative. Simon: Hi, everyone. I’m Simon and I’m really good at organizing. I’m also efficient, and I’m hardworking. Teacher: How good are you at working with people? Paul? Paul: I’m really good at working with people. And I’d make a good president because I am always level-headed. 38. _______ Teacher: And Simon? Simon: I’m OK working with people. Sometimes I’m a little impatient, but I’m never critical. Teacher: OK! Next question. Paul, can you solve problems easily? Paul: Well, it takes a lot of work to solve problems for a whole class, but I think I’m good at it. I really like helping, and like I said, I’m very creative. 39. _______ Teacher: OK, Simon, what about you? Simon: I like helping people, too. I’m so-so at solving problems, but if the solution doesn’t work, I always ask someone for help. I can’t stand making mistakes. Paul: Oh, I don’t mind. If you don’t make mistakes, 40. _______ Teacher: That’s a good point, Paul. Well, we’re out of time. Thanks to our candidates for participating, and don’t forget to vote on Wednesday! [applause]

Paul is a student who is _______.

  • A.

    reliable, helpful and sometimes a little impatient

  • B.

    reliable, organized and likes helping people

  • C.

    creative, reliable and good at organizing

  • D.

    creative, outgoing and likes helping people

  • E.

    level-headed, efficient and don’t mind making mistakes

Оноо-2 Минут-0
D хувилбарын 38-р даалгавар

Teacher: Welcome to our debate! The candidates for class president this year are Paul and Simon. Please introduce yourselves and tell us why you’d be a good president. Paul: Hi, I’m Paul. I think I’d be a great president because I’m reliable, and I’m very creative. Simon: Hi, everyone. I’m Simon and I’m really good at organizing. I’m also efficient, and I’m hardworking. Teacher: How good are you at working with people? Paul? Paul: I’m really good at working with people. And I’d make a good president because I am always level-headed. 38. _______ Teacher: And Simon? Simon: I’m OK working with people. Sometimes I’m a little impatient, but I’m never critical. Teacher: OK! Next question. Paul, can you solve problems easily? Paul: Well, it takes a lot of work to solve problems for a whole class, but I think I’m good at it. I really like helping, and like I said, I’m very creative. 39. _______ Teacher: OK, Simon, what about you? Simon: I like helping people, too. I’m so-so at solving problems, but if the solution doesn’t work, I always ask someone for help. I can’t stand making mistakes. Paul: Oh, I don’t mind. If you don’t make mistakes, 40. _______ Teacher: That’s a good point, Paul. Well, we’re out of time. Thanks to our candidates for participating, and don’t forget to vote on Wednesday! [applause]

Complete the blank from the given options.

 

 

  • A.

    Most people think I’m a bit optimistic.

  • B.

    Most people think I make decisions easily.

  • C.

    Most people think i'm easy to talk to

  • D.

    Most people think I’m always on time.

  • E.

    Most people think I’m quite inventive.

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

Teacher: Welcome to our debate! The candidates for class president this year are Paul and Simon. Please introduce yourselves and tell us why you’d be a good president. Paul: Hi, I’m Paul. I think I’d be a great president because I’m reliable, and I’m very creative. Simon: Hi, everyone. I’m Simon and I’m really good at organizing. I’m also efficient, and I’m hardworking. Teacher: How good are you at working with people? Paul? Paul: I’m really good at working with people. And I’d make a good president because I am always level-headed. 38. _______ Teacher: And Simon? Simon: I’m OK working with people. Sometimes I’m a little impatient, but I’m never critical. Teacher: OK! Next question. Paul, can you solve problems easily? Paul: Well, it takes a lot of work to solve problems for a whole class, but I think I’m good at it. I really like helping, and like I said, I’m very creative. 39. _______ Teacher: OK, Simon, what about you? Simon: I like helping people, too. I’m so-so at solving problems, but if the solution doesn’t work, I always ask someone for help. I can’t stand making mistakes. Paul: Oh, I don’t mind. If you don’t make mistakes, 40. _______ Teacher: That’s a good point, Paul. Well, we’re out of time. Thanks to our candidates for participating, and don’t forget to vote on Wednesday! [applause]

Complete the blank from the given options.

 

 

  • A.

    Sometimes we need time to solve a problem

  • B.

    Sometimes a problem just needs a creative solution!

  • C.

    Sometimes it’s important to listen to others carefully!

  • D.

    Sometimes you have to be very patient!

  • E.

    Sometimes I’m so organized when working people!

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

Teacher: Welcome to our debate! The candidates for class president this year are Paul and Simon. Please introduce yourselves and tell us why you’d be a good president. Paul: Hi, I’m Paul. I think I’d be a great president because I’m reliable, and I’m very creative. Simon: Hi, everyone. I’m Simon and I’m really good at organizing. I’m also efficient, and I’m hardworking. Teacher: How good are you at working with people? Paul? Paul: I’m really good at working with people. And I’d make a good president because I am always level-headed. 38. _______ Teacher: And Simon? Simon: I’m OK working with people. Sometimes I’m a little impatient, but I’m never critical. Teacher: OK! Next question. Paul, can you solve problems easily? Paul: Well, it takes a lot of work to solve problems for a whole class, but I think I’m good at it. I really like helping, and like I said, I’m very creative. 39. _______ Teacher: OK, Simon, what about you? Simon: I like helping people, too. I’m so-so at solving problems, but if the solution doesn’t work, I always ask someone for help. I can’t stand making mistakes. Paul: Oh, I don’t mind. If you don’t make mistakes, 40. _______ Teacher: That’s a good point, Paul. Well, we’re out of time. Thanks to our candidates for participating, and don’t forget to vote on Wednesday! [applause]

Complete the blank from the given options.

 

 

  • A.

    you can’t be the president!

  • B.

    you can study hard!

  • C.

    you will go forward!

  • D.

    you won’t learn anything!

  • E.

    you won’t be elected!

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

How do you survive an earthquake? Whether or not you live in an earthquake zone, it’s best to be prepared … Earthquakes happen because of the movement of plates in the Earth’s outer layer (the ‘mantle’), which can break and split into new positions. These movements cause vibrations (‘seismic waves’) that travel along the Earth’s surface. You are more likely to experience an earthquake If you live near a fault line (a crack or weakness) in one of the plates. If you’re inside a building when an earthquake happens … • Stay inside. Get under a piece of heavy furniture (e.g. a table), or crouch in a corner formed by two inside walls with your arms over your head. • Keep away from windows and any objects that might fall and injure you. If you’re outside … • Move as far away as possible from buildings, trees, streetlamps, etc. Lie on the ground and cover your head. • If you are in a car, stay in it, but pull over away from buildings, bridges etc. After the earthquake it might be helpful to use a piece of cloth to breathe through, to filter the dust. If you are in a building, wait until it’s safe before you run outside – there may well be aftershocks.

What is the main purpose of the text?

 

  • A.

    Giving advice

  • B.

    Writing an essay

  • C.

    Telling a tale

  • D.

    Telling a story 

  • E.

    Explaining an experiment

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

How do you survive an earthquake? Whether or not you live in an earthquake zone, it’s best to be prepared … Earthquakes happen because of the movement of plates in the Earth’s outer layer (the ‘mantle’), which can break and split into new positions. These movements cause vibrations (‘seismic waves’) that travel along the Earth’s surface. You are more likely to experience an earthquake If you live near a fault line (a crack or weakness) in one of the plates. If you’re inside a building when an earthquake happens … • Stay inside. Get under a piece of heavy furniture (e.g. a table), or crouch in a corner formed by two inside walls with your arms over your head. • Keep away from windows and any objects that might fall and injure you. If you’re outside … • Move as far away as possible from buildings, trees, streetlamps, etc. Lie on the ground and cover your head. • If you are in a car, stay in it, but pull over away from buildings, bridges etc. After the earthquake it might be helpful to use a piece of cloth to breathe through, to filter the dust. If you are in a building, wait until it’s safe before you run outside – there may well be aftershocks.

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.

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D хувилбарын 43-р даалгавар

How do you survive an earthquake? Whether or not you live in an earthquake zone, it’s best to be prepared … Earthquakes happen because of the movement of plates in the Earth’s outer layer (the ‘mantle’), which can break and split into new positions. These movements cause vibrations (‘seismic waves’) that travel along the Earth’s surface. You are more likely to experience an earthquake If you live near a fault line (a crack or weakness) in one of the plates. If you’re inside a building when an earthquake happens … • Stay inside. Get under a piece of heavy furniture (e.g. a table), or crouch in a corner formed by two inside walls with your arms over your head. • Keep away from windows and any objects that might fall and injure you. If you’re outside … • Move as far away as possible from buildings, trees, streetlamps, etc. Lie on the ground and cover your head. • If you are in a car, stay in it, but pull over away from buildings, bridges etc. After the earthquake it might be helpful to use a piece of cloth to breathe through, to filter the dust. If you are in a building, wait until it’s safe before you run outside – there may well be aftershocks.

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

 

 

  • A.

    storm clouds

  • B.

    droplets of water and ice in storm clouds  

  • C.

    storm clouds with ice droplets

  • D.

    water and ice droplets in the air

  • E.

    storm clouds with water droplets

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D хувилбарын 44-р даалгавар

How do you survive an earthquake? Whether or not you live in an earthquake zone, it’s best to be prepared … Earthquakes happen because of the movement of plates in the Earth’s outer layer (the ‘mantle’), which can break and split into new positions. These movements cause vibrations (‘seismic waves’) that travel along the Earth’s surface. You are more likely to experience an earthquake If you live near a fault line (a crack or weakness) in one of the plates. If you’re inside a building when an earthquake happens … • Stay inside. Get under a piece of heavy furniture (e.g. a table), or crouch in a corner formed by two inside walls with your arms over your head. • Keep away from windows and any objects that might fall and injure you. If you’re outside … • Move as far away as possible from buildings, trees, streetlamps, etc. Lie on the ground and cover your head. • If you are in a car, stay in it, but pull over away from buildings, bridges etc. After the earthquake it might be helpful to use a piece of cloth to breathe through, to filter the dust. If you are in a building, wait until it’s safe before you run outside – there may well be aftershocks.

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

 

 

  • A.

    car

  • B.

    metal 

  • C.

    boat

  • D.

    umbrella         

  • E.

    water 

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

How do you survive an earthquake? Whether or not you live in an earthquake zone, it’s best to be prepared … Earthquakes happen because of the movement of plates in the Earth’s outer layer (the ‘mantle’), which can break and split into new positions. These movements cause vibrations (‘seismic waves’) that travel along the Earth’s surface. You are more likely to experience an earthquake If you live near a fault line (a crack or weakness) in one of the plates. If you’re inside a building when an earthquake happens … • Stay inside. Get under a piece of heavy furniture (e.g. a table), or crouch in a corner formed by two inside walls with your arms over your head. • Keep away from windows and any objects that might fall and injure you. If you’re outside … • Move as far away as possible from buildings, trees, streetlamps, etc. Lie on the ground and cover your head. • If you are in a car, stay in it, but pull over away from buildings, bridges etc. After the earthquake it might be helpful to use a piece of cloth to breathe through, to filter the dust. If you are in a building, wait until it’s safe before you run outside – there may well be aftershocks.

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

 

 

  • A.

    Do not keep away from open water.

  • B.

    Keep away getting toasted

  • C.

    Do not stay near trees or tall structures.

  • D.

    Do not go sailing.

  • E.

    Avoid holding anything metal.

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

How do you survive an earthquake? Whether or not you live in an earthquake zone, it’s best to be prepared … Earthquakes happen because of the movement of plates in the Earth’s outer layer (the ‘mantle’), which can break and split into new positions. These movements cause vibrations (‘seismic waves’) that travel along the Earth’s surface. You are more likely to experience an earthquake If you live near a fault line (a crack or weakness) in one of the plates. If you’re inside a building when an earthquake happens … • Stay inside. Get under a piece of heavy furniture (e.g. a table), or crouch in a corner formed by two inside walls with your arms over your head. • Keep away from windows and any objects that might fall and injure you. If you’re outside … • Move as far away as possible from buildings, trees, streetlamps, etc. Lie on the ground and cover your head. • If you are in a car, stay in it, but pull over away from buildings, bridges etc. After the earthquake it might be helpful to use a piece of cloth to breathe through, to filter the dust. If you are in a building, wait until it’s safe before you run outside – there may well be aftershocks.

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

 

 

  • A.

    metal.

  • B.

    water.

  • C.

    air.

  • D.

    electricity.

  • E.

    lightning.

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