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Focus on Ned's section of the conversation.
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In Section I, the Listening section, you will hear 6 conversations and answer one or more questions about each one.
1. conversation 1 : ned and victoria are talking about technology. listen to their conversation and answer the questions below
In the listening section, you will hear 6 conversations and answer one or more questions about each one.
Ooh.!! you choose the wrong answer..!!
Take the hint as a guide to the correct answer next time..!!
Great..!! let's go to the next question..!!
Ned likes the new Victoria's smartphone, He said it was really cool.
HINT: Focus on Ned's section of the conversation.
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2. According to the conversation:
2. Ned thinks the new _____________ is really great.
EXPLANATION: Ned said the tablet is really great.
from the passage, focus on the city which ken visited.
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3. Conversation 2: Fannie and Ken are talking about his vacation. Listen to their conversation and answer the questions below.
3. Ken visited ______________ with his _____________.
Focus on the places that ken visited in the conversation.
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4. from the same conversation:
4. They visited _____________ and ______________.
You should track Michael's section and inference the answer.
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5. Conversation 3: Stacy and Michael are having a disagreement. Listen to their conversation and answer the questions below.
5. Michael needs to ____________the TV.
There are no hints here
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6. from the same conversation:
6. Stacy still can’t do her homework, so Michael needs to __________.
We need the number of duties there Vinny should be accomplished.
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Before you listen to a conversation, read the question or questions. Then listen to the conversation. Answer the questions after the conversation ends. Choose the correct answer for each question. You
will hear the conversation only once.
Focus on Lina's advice to Vinny.
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8. from the same passage:
8. Lina gives Vinny an energy drink called, _____________ to drink.
Before you listen to a conversation, read questions. Then listen to the conversation. Answer the questions after the conversation ends. Choose the correct answer for each question. You
Why Michael was in Louisiana?
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9. Conversation 5: Jenny and Miles are talking about his recent trip to Louisiana. Listen to their conversation and answer the questions below.
9. Miles went to Louisiana _________.
What did happen on his trip?
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10. From the same passage:
10. Miles was eating _________ when his wallet was stolen.
Seth is looking for a dance teacher.
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11. Conversation 6: Seth and Brittany are discussing his need for a dance teacher. Listen to their conversation and answer the questions below.
11. Seth wants to find a dance teacher who can give the lessons for ______.
will hear the conversation only once.
What Seth will pay for a dance lesson?
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12. According to the same passage:
12. Seth can pay _______ for his dance lesson.
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Section II, the Reading section, has several short passages. After you read each passage, choose the correct answer for each question and fill in your choice on your answer sheet.
13. From: Joanna
In our class yesterday, someone asked which place in the world has the most languages. Here is some information. At the end there is a question for you, which will give you an opportunity to think about the topic in a more personal way.
Experts say there are probably more than 7,000 languages in the world today. 60% of all the world's languages are in Asia and Africa. In Europe, you can only find 4% of the world's languages.
Some languages are international. For example, almost 300 million people in different countries can understand Arabic. There are more than one billion speakers of Chinese. That’s over 15% of all the people in the world.
There are fewer than 200 countries in the world. Many countries have more than one language. In India, for example, there are 23 official languages. This is more than any other country. In addition to the official languages, there are hundreds of local languages that people in India may speak. There are many cities where you can hear different languages. There is only one official language in places like Beirut or Dubai. However, you can hear lots of other languages, like English, French or Hindi. In London or New York, you can hear more than 100 different languages every day.
The place with the most languages is Papua New Guinea. This country has a population of approximately 6.3 million. Here, there are over 840 languages. Many of these languages have a very small number of speakers. For example, in 2011, the number of people who spoke the Abaga language was under 150. Here is a question for you. Think about a place you know well, maybe your hometown, or the area where you live now. How many different languages can you see or hear every day?
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14. According to the previous text: (We will display it again to save your time)
2. Which language has the most speakers?
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15. According to the previous text:
3. In 2011, _________ people could speak the Abaga language.
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16. According to the same previous text:
4. From this reading, it can be concluded that:
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17. PASSAGE 2
One of my favorite sports is camel racing. I know that this is very big in places like Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and so on, where it is hundreds of years old. However, it's also a popular sport here in Australia.
Many people don't even know that there are camels in Australia. However, there are around a million wild camels living here. They arrived in the 19th century from Pakistan and India, and they were used when people wanted to travel across this country's huge spaces. They were important for building the new country. Then, the car arrived, and Australia's camels were left alone in the desert.
Australia's first camel race was in the early 1900s. After that, the sport became more and more popular. Now, there are big camel-racing competitions every year across Australia (sometimes with big prize money) with many tourists.
First, the camels and their owners travel for weeks across the Australian desert to get to a camel festival. Wild camels walk more than 18 miles (30 kilometers) a day. They like to be active, and they love running.
The camel riders – or jockeys – practice for a very long time before each race. Some jockeys spend time in places like the U.A.E. to learn how to work with racing camels. It's important that the jockeys really know and understand camels, because they are not like horses. Sometimes a camel will not move at the beginning of a race, or will stop in the middle of the race and run the wrong way!
One of the most popular races is called the Camel Cup Race, and it takes place in Alice Springs every year in July. Because camels can be difficult to ride, participants must be experienced jockeys. Nearly 5,000 tourists come to watch the entertainment and races that are held throughout the day.
Training a camel takes a long time because if it doesn't want to do something, then it won't. Camels are large animals and they can be dangerous. Jockeys have to be very careful and repeat what they say many times before a camel learns what to do.
Many jockeys believe that camels are smart animals, and that they can think. At the beginning of each race, a good jockey will try to understand what their camel is thinking. The riders check where the camel is looking and try to guess what the camel will do next.
The behavior of camels makes camel racing very entertaining. Tourists come not only to watch challenging races, but also to share their fondness for these unique animals.
5. Camel racing first started _______________.
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18. According to the last passage:
6. Camels came to Australia _____________.
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19. According to the last passage:
7. The Camel Cup Race takes place in ____________.
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20. According to the last passage:
8. At competitions across Australia, tourists can __________________.
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21. According to the last passage:
9. Camels are ____________________.
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22. from the last passage:
10. A camel ____________________.
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Section III, the Language Use section, has 30 items. Choose the correct completion for each item and fi ll in your choice on your answer sheet.
23. In the "Grammar Use," Section here will find 18 questions that detect how to create a full sentence and use grammar in it.
The clock is ticking!!! here is a first question:
1. He drove to the store very _____.
the answer depends on choosing the right answer for this question.
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24. 2. Where is the gas station?
This question tests your knowledge of tenses.
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25. 3. They ___________ busy yesterday.
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26. 4. I drive my kids to soccer practice _____________2:30 -___________ Thursdays.
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27. 5. Are there __________ Thai restaurants in Hollywood?
Section III, the Language Use section, has 30 items. Choose the correct completion for each item and fill in your choice on your answer sheet.
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28. 6. I’m in the mood for something sweet. ________.
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29. 7. It angers me _________ my friends don’t listen to me.
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30. 8. ________ blue light is bad for your eyes.
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31. 9. They give a lot of free books________ the students at the school.
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32. 10. ___________ book is this?
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33. 11. My sister just___________________ from college last month.
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34. 12. _____________ better hurry up if you don’t want to be late.
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35. 13. He put his cell phone under the napkin so it wouldn’t be ___________.
Section III, the Language Use section, has 30 items. Choose the correct completion for each item and fill in your choice on your answer sheet. Section III, the Language Use section, has 30 items. Choose the correct completion for each item and fill in your choice on your answer sheet.
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