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Question 10. Had he come earlier, he __________her.
- wouldn’t have met B. will have met C. would have met D. would meet
Question 11. The tiger is ______ of extinction. It is difficult to find them in the wild.
- on the ground B. on the rocks C. on the verge D. on the wing
Question 12. Peter is much ______ his brother.
- more young and intelligent than B. the more intelligent and younger than
- younger and more intelligent than D. more intelligent and younger than
Question 13. Urbanization can bring social health and benefit; ______ , it also has its drawback.
- Furthermore B. By the way C. Moreover D. However
Question 14. I’d rather ______ ______ than anything else.
- going/ to shop B. going/ shopping C. to go/ shopping D. go/ shopping
Question 15. The students got the librarian_________ books for them.
- buying B. to buy C. buy D. bought
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks.
The Christmas season begins very early in Britain. By the end of October, you may see Christmas decorations in the streets and Christmas cards and gifts in the shops. (29)_______ , people start to decorate their houses one or two weeks before 25th December, (30)_______ is Christmas Day.
There are a lot of traditions connected to Christmas. The most important one is the giving of presents. Family members wrap up their gifts and leave them at the bottom of the Christmas tree on Christmas morning. Children leave a long sock or stocking at the end of their bed on Christmas Eve, 24th December, hoping that Father Christmas will turn (31)_______ during the night and (32)_______ them small presents, fruits and nuts. They are not usually disappointed. Sometimes on Christmas Day, the family will sit down for a big turkey dinner and Christmas pudding. Later in the afternoon, they may watch the Queen on television as she (33)_______ her traditional Christmas message to the United Kingdom and the Common wealth. If they have rooms for even more food, they may enjoy a piece of Christmas cake or eat a hot mince pie. 26th December is also a public holiday, Boxing Day, and this is the time to visit friends and relatives or watch football.