1. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
When I opened my eyes, bright sunlight was streaming through my bedroom window. As I was about to get out of bed, I heard a noise … from the kitchen downstairs.
A) came B) to come C) coming D) comes
2. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
… certain Bakhodir Jalilov is asking you outside.
A) A B) An C) The D) —
3. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
He was … sure when he told the answer to question 63, so I chose that alternative choice.
A) fairly B) quiet C) rather D) quite
4. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
I wonder where the goods are. They … by now already by delivery agency.
A) are to send B) must have sent
C) should have been sent D) will have sent
5. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
We must always help others if we are capable of it because we often need help … too.
A) us B) ourselves C) they D) themselves
6. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
Everyone says you had the great birthday party. I really wish … too.
A) could have gone B) couldn’t go C) went D) would go
7. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
When Tom broke his leg, he couldn’t walk so he had to … by someone till his leg recovered.
A) carry B) carried C) be carrying D) be carried
8. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
If you believe him, you will risk … all your investments including your house.
A) losing B) to lose C) being lost D) lost
9. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
You are driving quite well. Who … to drive a car?
A) did you teach B) taught you
C) you taught D) does you teach
10. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
I have tried several trousers, but unfortunately … suited me perfectly.
A) neither B) none C) not D) nothing
11. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
Last year I spent my summer holiday with my family in Dubai, … I think I will remember all my life.
A) that B) where C) when D) which
12. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
It took him years to … the shock of his wife dying.
A) put off B) get over C) flick through D) go up
13. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
In spite of hearing bad words from his teacher, Tom was able to stay … .A) calm B) calmness C) calmly D) calming
14. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
One day, all of a … my life changed completely for the better side.
A) moment B) whole C) entire D) sudden
15. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
He was wearing … riding boots the other day.
A) red old Spanish leather
B) old leather red Spanish
C) old red Spanish leather
D) Spanish red old leather
16. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
He … completely different since he … married.
A) was / has got B) had been / has got
C) is / got D) has been / got
17. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
Abdusalom Mansurov , … , has just come to live in our street.
A) that I was at school with
B) I was at school with
C) with who I was at school
D) with whom I was at school
18. Choose the answer which correctly completes the sentence.
If you were ever in trouble, I would give you all the help you … .
A) will need B) needed C) need D) would need
Read the text below and answer questions 19-22
It was previously believed that dinosaurs were cold-blooded creatures, like reptiles. However, a recent discovery has led researchers to believe they may have been warm-blooded. The fossilized remains of a 66 million-year-old dinosaur’s heart were discovered and examined by x-ray. The basis for the analysis that they were warm-blooded is the number of chambers in the heart as well as the existence of a single aorta. Most reptiles have three chambers in their hearts, although some do have four. But those that have four chambers, such as the crocodile, have two arteries to mix the oxygen-heavy blood with oxygen-lean blood. Reptiles are cold-blooded, meaning that they are dependent on the environment for body heat. Yet the fossilized heart had four chambers in the heart as well as a single aorta. The single aorta means that the oxygen-rich blood was completely separated from the oxygen-poor blood and sent through the aorta to all parts of the body. Mammals, on the other hand, are warm-blooded, meaning that they generate their own body heat and are thus more tolerant of temperature extremes. Birds and mammals, because they are warm blooded, move more swiftly and have greater physical endurance than reptiles.
19. The word they in the second sentence refers to … .
A) researchers B) discoveries C) reptiles D) dinosaurs
20. According to the author, what theory was previously held and now is being questioned?
A) That dinosaurs were warm-blooded
B) That dinosaurs had four-chambered hearts
C) That dinosaurs were swifter and stronger than reptiles
D) That dinosaurs were cold-blooded
21. The author implies that reptiles … .
A) have four-chambered hearts
B) have one aorta
C) are cold-blooded
D) are faster and have more endurance than mammals
22. The author implies that birds … .
A) move faster and have greater endurance than reptiles
B) move slower and have less endurance than reptiles
C) move faster and have greater endurance than dinosaurs
D) move slower and have less endurance than dinosaurs
Read the text below and answer questions 23-26
Hummingbirds are small, often brightly colored birds of the family Trochilidae that live exclusively in the Americas. About 12 species are found in North America, but only the ruby-throated hummingbird breeds in eastern North America and is found from Nova Scotia to Florida. The greatest variety and number of species are found in South America. Another hummingbird species is found from southeastern Alaska to northern California. Many hummingbirds are minute. But even the giant hummingbird found in western South America, which is the largest known hummingbird, is only about 8 inches long and weighs about two-thirds of an ounce. The smallest species, the bee hummingbird of Cuba and the Isle of Pines, measures slightly more than 5.5 centimeters and weighs about two grams. Hummingbirds’ bodies are compact, with strong muscles. They have wings shaped like blades. Unlike the wings of other birds, hummingbird wings connect to the body only at the shoulder joint, which allows them to fly not only forward but also straight up and down, sideways, and backward. Because of their unusual wings, hummingbirds can also hover in front of flowers so they can suck nectar and find insects. The hummingbird’s bill, adapted for securing nectar from certain types of flowers, is usually rather long and always slender, and it is curved slightly downward in many species. The hummingbird’s body feathers are sparse and more like scales than feathers. The unique character of the feathers produces brilliant and iridescent colors, resulting from the refraction of light by the feathers. Pigmentation of other feathers also contributes to the unique color and look. Male and female hummingbirds look alike in some species but different in most species; males of most species are extremely colorful.
23. According to the passage, where are hummingbirds found?
A) Throughout the world
B) In South America only
C) In North America only
D) In North and South America
24. The author indicates that the ruby-throated hummingbird is found … .
A) throughout North America
B) in California
C) in South America
D) in the eastern part of North America
25. The word minute in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to … .
A) extremely tiny B) extremely fast C) unique D) organized
26. The author implies that the hummingbird’s unique wing structure makes it similar to what type of vehicle?
A) A helicopter B) A sea plane C) A jet airplane D) A rocket
Read the text below and answer questions 27-30
For a time, the Hubble telescope was the brunt of jokes and subject to the wrath of those who believed the U.S. government had spent too much money on space projects that served no valid purpose. The Hubble was sent into orbit with a satellite by the Space Shuttle Discovery in 1990 amid huge hype and expectation. Yet after it was in position, it simply did not work, because the primary mirror was misshapen. It was not until 1993 that the crew of the Shuttle Endeavor arrived like roadside mechanics, opened the hatch that was installed for the purpose, and replaced the defective mirror with a good one. Suddenly, all that had originally been expected came true. The Hubble telescope was indeed the “window on the universe,” as it had originally been dubbed. When you look deep into space, you are actually looking back through time, because even though light travels at 186,000 miles a second, it requires time to get from one place to another. In fact, it is said that in some cases, the Hubble telescope is looking back eleven billion years to see galaxies already forming. The distant galaxies are speeding away from Earth, some traveling at the speed of light.
Hubble has viewed exploding stars such as the Eta Carinae, which clearly displayed clouds of gas and dust billowing outward from its poles at 1.5 million miles an hour. Prior to Hubble, it was visible from traditional telescopes on earth, but its details were not ascertainable. But now, the evidence of the explosion is obvious. The star still burns five million times brighter than the sun and illuminates clouds from the inside. Hubble has also provided a close look at black holes, which are described as cosmic drains. Gas and dust swirl around the drain and are slowly sucked in by the incredible gravity. It has also looked into an area that looked empty to the naked eye and, within a region the size of a grain of sand, located layer upon layer of galaxies, with each galaxy consisting of billions of stars. The Hubble telescope was named after Edwin Hubble, a 1920s astronomer who developed a formula that expresses the proportional relationship of distances between clusters of galaxies and the speeds at which they travel. Astronomers use stars known as Cepheid variables to measure distances in space. These stars dim and brighten from time to time, and they are photographed over time and charted. All the discoveries made by Hubble have allowed astronomers to learn more about the formation of early galaxies.
27. The author states that the Hubble was not always popular because …
A) people were afraid of what might be found.
B) many people believed space exploration was a waste of time.
C) it was defective for its first three years in space.
D) it was more expensive than most space shuttles.
28. The author implies that the satellite that carries the Hubble was specifically designed so that …
A) the known defective mirror could be replaced in space rather than on Earth.
B) maintenance could be done by traveling astronauts.
C) the Hubble could move easily.
D) the mirror could contract and expand.
29. The author compares the astronauts of the Endeavor to … .
A) astronomers. B) scientists. C) mechanics. D) politicians.
30. The author states that Edward Hubble …
A) developed the Hubble telescope.
B) was the first person to use the Hubble telescope.
C) developed a mathematical formula to measure speed and distances between galaxies.
D) was a politician who sponsored funding in
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