Revision 12 – Part V unit twelve - Water sports practice test 1

Revision 12 – Part V unit twelve - Water sports practice test 1

A. PHONETICS

I. Pick out the word whose Underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.

1. A. played B. marked C. managed D. penalized

2. A. caps B. posts C. players D. roofs

3. A. high B. swimmer C. divide D. still

4. A. ball B. cap C. hand D. happen

5. A. post B. hold C. overtime D. movement

II. Pick out the word that has the stress pattern different from that of the others.

6. A. crossbar B. goalie C. swimming D. advance

7. A. between B. eject C. allow D. minor

8. A. committee B. penalize C. continue D. dependent

9. A. referee B. decision C. division D. defensive

10. A. prevent B. except C. happen D. create

B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE

I. Choose the most suitable word or phrase (A, B, C or D) to complete each sentence.

11. Air consists of a combination of nitrogen and oxygen. in place by gravity.

 A. held B. being held C. are holding D. holding

12. They.all day swimming and sunbathing at the beach.

 A. spent B. used C. passed D. occupied

 

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REVISION 12 – PART V
UNIT TWELVE - WATER SPORTS
PRACTICE TEST 1
A. PHONETICS 
I. Pick out the word whose Underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others. 
1. A. played 	B. marked 	C. managed 	D. penalized
2. A. caps 	B. posts 	C. players 	D. roofs
3. A. high 	B. swimmer 	C. divide 	D. still
4. A. ball 	B. cap 	C. hand 	D. happen 
5. A. post 	B. hold 	C. overtime 	D. movement
II. Pick out the word that has the stress pattern different from that of the others. 
6. A. crossbar 	B. goalie 	C. swimming 	D. advance
7. A. between 	B. eject 	C. allow 	D. minor
8. A. committee 	B. penalize 	C. continue 	D. dependent
9. A. referee	 	B. decision 	C. division 	D. defensive
10. A. prevent 	B. except 	C. happen 	D. create
B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE
I. Choose the most suitable word or phrase (A, B, C or D) to complete each sentence.
11. Air consists of a combination of nitrogen and oxygen..... in place by gravity.
 A. held 	B. being held 	C. are holding 	D. holding 
12. They........all day swimming and sunbathing at the beach.
 A. spent 	B. used 	C. passed 	D. occupied
13. The fans climbed over the fence to paying.
 A. refuse 	B. avoid 	C. prevent 	D. abandon
14......... people who live in Holland are called.....Dutch.
 A. Ø – the – Ø 	B.The – Ø – Ø 	C. The – the – Ø 	D. Ø – the – the
15. Men........in sports than women do. . .
 A. are more interesting 	B. look more interested
 C. have greater interest 	D. take more interest 
16. Sports medicine is a medical specialty that deals with the identification andj treatment of injuries to persons.........
 A. sports are involved 	B. they are involved in sports
 C. involved in sports 	D. sports involve them
17. It was clearly a (an)........Jones kicked him after he'd passed the ball.
 A. mistake 	B. foul 	C. error 	D. fault
18. No player........the goalie can hold the ball.
 A. except 	B. apart 	C. without 	D. beside
19. In water polo, the goal is........by vertical posts, a crossbar and a net.
 A. scored 	B. marked 	C. written 	D. given
20. A game is divided into quarters ranging from five to eight minutes......
 A. on length 	B. by length 	C. in length 	D. with length
21. Susie refused to ...... in the race.
 A. take place 	B. participate 	C. take part 	D. B or C
22.........variety of water sports played by many young men nowadays.
 A. A wide 	B. Is there 	C. Many 	D. There is a wide
23. They talked for three days before finally ...... to a decision.
 A. reaching 	B. coming 	C. arriving 	D. making
24. The manager expected the team........because they hadn't done enough training.
 A. to lose 	B. to,have lost 	C. to be lost 	D. losing
25......... ten minutes of the start of the game two players had been sent off.
 A. Before 	B. Around 	C. Within 	D. Inside
II. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
26. (A) The scientific evidence (B) proved him (C) be (D) guilty.
27. (A) No one (B) knows where (C) the disease (D) originated in.
28. Dr. Adams (A) argues that house prices (B) will fall, but (C) other economists believe that the opposite (D) true. 
29. (A) Adult education has become (B) increasing popular in (C) the United States (D) in recent years.
30. (A) One out of (B) every eight balloons in the world (C) are launched (D) at Albuquerque, New Mexico.
III. Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
31. We didn 't expect you to wait.
 A. You needn't have waited. 	B. You needn't wait.
 C. You didn't need to wait. 	D. You didn't have to wait.
32. People say the some Americans are superficially friendly.
 A. Some Americans are said that they are superficially friendly.
 B. People are said that some Americans are superficially friendly.
 C. Some Americans are said to be superficially friendly.
 D. Some Americans are said being superficially friendly.
33. She wants someone to make her new dress. 
 A. She wants a new dress to be made for her.	B She wants to have someone made a new dress.
 C. She wants a new dress to be made by someone.	D. She wants to have a new dress made.
34. The waiting room is empty.
 A. There is not a thing in the waiting room.	B. There is no one in the waiting room.
 C. There is emptiness in the waiting room. 	D. It is empty in the waiting room.
35. It's easy to grow vegetables.
 A. Vegetables are easy to grow. 	B. Growing vegetables are easy. 
 C. To grow vegetables are easy. 	D. Vegetables grow easily.
C. READING
I. Read the passage below and decide which answer (A, B, C or D) best fits each space.
 As well as being a necessary life-saving skill, swimming also (36)........ us with a source of great pleasure and relaxation. Swimming, as well as other water sports like diving, surfing or just floating on your back, are some of the best ways to have (37)........and keep fit at the same time. Water sports are enjoyable for people of (38)........ages and even babies can learn to swim. For elderly people or (39)........ with physical handicaps, swimming provides gentle, yet effective exercise, Swimming for fitness and recreation has been popular (40) ....... the earliest times, for instance in ancient Egypt, Greece and Roma. Swimming competitions developed in the nineteenth century and swimming races were (41)........in the first of the modern Olympic Games in 1896. Now water sports are (42)........all over the world and most towns have at least one swimming pool. Most water sports - swimming, surfing and water-skiing, etc, take (43).......on the surface of the water, but scuba divers explore deep below the waves. There they can find fascinating sea creatures and strange rock formations. Some archaeologists are divers (44)........ search the seabed for wrecks of ships sunk hundreds of years ago which (45)........objects that show how people lived in ancient times.
36. A. provides 	B. gives 	C. offers 	D. delivers
37. A. happiness 	B. pleasure 	C. fun 	D. delight
38. A. every 	B. all 	C. both 	D. either
39. A. who 	B. that 	C. those 	D. these
40. A. in 	B. for 	C. within 	D. since
41. A. included 	B. consisted 	C. presented 	D. mentioned
42. A. made 	B. practised 	C. tried 	D. drilled
43. A. part 	B. place 	C. time 	D. up
44. A. who 	B. that 	C. they 	D. Ø
45. A. include 	B. exist 	C. have 	D. contain
II. Read the passage below and choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) to each question.
 The excitement of snorkelling in a clear tropical sea is hard to explain to someone who hasn't done it. If you expect to have the opportunity of trying it when on holiday, it is well worth bringing a snorkel if you can get hold of one. Experts now recommend a separate breathing tube.
 Many swimmers take a deep breath before diving with a snorkel. This is a mistake, because it makes the body so light that you dive with difficulty. It is best to take a couple breaths and then a normal relaxed breath in order to breathe in enough for dive. Don't take repeated deep breaths before diving because this can lead to shortage of oxygen, which causes unconsciousness without warning. 
 The backs of many snorkellers get badly burnt, for the snorkellers are so involved in the world below they forget about the dangers of sunburn. The sea does not protect your back from the rays of the sun, and it is best to 
wear a T-shirt. Snorkellers should also consider wearing shoes (or slippers), which may protect their feet from cuts from sharp rocks which can easily become infected.
46. What does the writer find difficult about snorkelling?
 A. doing it in tropical seas 	B. explaining the technique to a beginner
 C. describing how exciting it can be 	D. doing it for the first time
47. A swimmer should........before diving with a snorkel.
 A. take a deep breath 	B. take two deep breaths
 C. take repeated deep breaths 	D. take much physical exercise
48. Why is taking a deep breath before diving a mistake?
 A. You will not be able to dive deeply enough.
 B. You will not be able to float properly.
 C. You will use up too much oxygen.
 D. You will lose consciousness.
49. Snorkellers should wear shoes while diving.........
 A. to protect their feet from cuts from sharp rocks 
 B. to protect them from the rays of the sun
 C. in order not to become infected
 D. in order not to lack oxygen
50. The general impression of snorkelling the writer gives is that.........
 A. it is extremely dangerous
 B. many people who do it suffer from oxygen shortage
 C. you have to buy special clothes in order to do it
 D. most swimmers can learn to do it 
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PRACTICE TEST 2
A. PHONETICS
I. Pick out the word wh.ose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others. 
1. A. though 	B. there 	C. both 	D. breathe
2. A. mark 	B. award 	C. crossbar 	D. hard
?. A. team 	B. head 	C. sea 	D. least
4. A. awarded 	B. ranged 	C. continued 	D. moved
5. A. except 	B. cap 	C. cross 	D. create
II. Pick out the word that has the stress pattern different from that of the others. 
6. A. water 	B. major 	C. penalty 	D. award
7. A. personal 	B. suggestion 	C. period 	D. dangerous
8. A. equipment 	B. synchronize 	C. participant 	D. athletic 
9. A, appropriate 	B. competition 	C. individual 	D. international
10. A. perform 	B. swimming 	C. attract 	D. complete
B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE
I. Choose the most suitable word or phrase (A, B, C or D) to complete each sentence. 
11. Defensive players are not allowed with the opponent's movements unless the player is holding the ball.
 A. interfering 	B. to interfere 	C. to interfering 	D. interfere
12. He has........three goals in succession.
 A. won 	B. got 	C. scored 	D. obtained
13. The thick fog...........us from driving.
 A. made	B. caused 	C. banned	D. prevented
14. The children were .......into small groups. 
 A. divided 	B. separated 	C. split	D. torn
15. Please wait here ...........we finish work. 
 A. when 	B. as soon as 	C. if	D. until
16. We were relieved to see that order ........... in the town.
 A. has been restored 	B. was restored	C. had been restored	D. would be restored
17. ........in Shanghai than in any other city in China.
 A. It has more people 	B. More people live
 C. There are more people live 	D. More living people
18. He was very upset by the........of his team.
 A. failure	B. effect 	C. decline 	D. success
19. If you're not too tired we could have a..... of tennis after lunch.
 A. game	B. play 	C. party 	D. match
20. The train was........by a heavy snowfall.
 A. called in 	B. put out 	C. cancelled 	D. given off
21. Peter Owen hopes he'll be fit enough to ........the game tomorrow.
 A. take a part in 	B. take part in 	C. take place in 	D. take a role in
22. She got so ...... while watching the match on TV that she began shouting.
 A. excited 	B. exciting 	C. excitingly 	D. excitedly
23. Next summer, we're ........a swimming pool built in our school. 
 A. making 	B. deciding 	C. having 	D. ... op programs that provide jobs and better living conditions. They help countries (43)........their population growth. The United Nations often holds large international conferences, where people meet to discuss important world (44)......... One conference was about the uses and ownership of oceans. Another was about women. There are also International Years. In these special years, people work together to improve situations and (45)........problems.
36. A. called 	B. known 	C. regarded 	D. noticed
37. A. build 	B. draw 	C. erect 	D. set up
38. A.through 	B. over 	C. all over 	D. all
39. A. provide 	B. offer 	C. dispense 	D. give
40. A. where 	B. wherever 	C. in which 	D. somewhere
41. A. arise 	B. increase 	C. rise 	D. go up
42. A. transfer 	B. pass 	C. cast 	D. spread
43. A. control 	B. test 	C. check 	D. hinder
44. A. themes 	B. topics 	C. issues 	D. subjects
45. A. do 	B. solve 	C. settle down 	D. deal with
II. Read the passage below and choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) to each question.
 Education is empowering. It strengthens individuals, families and communities. CARE believes that working to improve education is one of the best investments' we can make in the effort to overcome poverty. CARE seeks to ensure access to education, even in the most difficult circumstances and for the most vulnerable groups, such as refugee children and people living with HIV / AIDS. Because education has such a profound impact on both a child's and a society's future, CARE has made it a priority for the entire organization. CARE is working with partners at the local and national level more than 35 countries to improve the quality and accessibility of basic education - helping individuals and communities reach their full potential.
46. CARE seeks to ensure access to education for.........
 A. almost all refugees	B. refugee children
 C. people living with HIV / AIDS	D. refugee children and people living with HIV / AIDS
47. The word it in the passage refers to 
 A. education 	B. CARE 	C. access to education 	D. a society's future
48. The word impact in the passage is closest in meaning to.........
 A. result 	B. effect 	C. consequence 	D. affect
49. Why does CARE want to improve the quality and accessibility of basic education? 
 A. to reach their full potentiaf	
 B. to level social differences
 C. to help individuals and communities reach their full potential
 D. to work with partners more effectively 
50. According to CARE, which of the following is TRUE about education?
 A. Education is empowering.
 B. Improving education helps people overcome poverty.
 C. Education has a very great impact on both a child's and a society's future.
 D. All of them.
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PRACTICE TEST 2
I. Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others. 
1. A. dedicated 	B. completed 	C. improved 	D. mounted
2. A. adopt 	B. advocate 	C. volunteer 	D. Colony
3. A. victim 	B. give 	C. president 	D. wartime
4. A. peace 	B. leader 	C. league 	D. headquarter
5. A. country 	B. without 	C. about 	D. found
II. Pick out the word that has the stress pattern different from that of the others. 
6. A. protect 	B. injure 	C. appeal 	D. commit
7. A. society 	B. official 	C. federation 	D. initiate 
8. A. livelihood 	B. example 	C. colleague 	D. natural 
9. A. improve 	B. victim 	C. survive 	D. react
10. A. temporary 	B. hesitation 	C. international 	D. Indonesian
B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE
I. Choose the most suitable word or phrase (A, B, C or D) to complete each sentence. 
11. I........, but it was too big and the wrong colour.
 A. tried the coat on 	B. tried on the coat 	C. tried off the coat 	D. A or B
12. She isn't........well with the new manager.
 A. getting on 	B. going on 	C. keeping on 	D. taking on
13. I have ....... of complaints to make about this hotel so I wish to see the manager.
 A. a number 	B. an amount	C. a great deal 	D. many
14. He was wearing a heavy overcoat to ...........himself against the cold.
 A. conceal 	B. protect 	C. cover	D. wrap
15. Congress voted to........the new measures.
 A. get 	B. agree with 	C. adopt	D. come to
16. The car is old but reliable; so far it hasn't.........
 A. let me down 	B. let down me 	C. let me up 	D. let me through 
17. Walk down the, street ........ you get to the cross-roads.
 A. until 	B. when 	C. as far as 	D. unless
18. Many people with poor academic records .........to be very successful- in their careers.
 A. turn over 	B. turn out 	C. turn up 	D. turn in
19. Can you........me an effective way to stop smoking?
 A. instruct 	B. show 	C. advise 	D. suggest
20. When, the tenants failed to pay their bill,, the authorities decided to cut ........the gas supply to the flat.
 A. down 	B. out 	C. off 	D. across
21. He was disqualified for failing to comply with the........of the competition.
 A. principles 	B. measures 	C. laws 	D. rules
22. The government hopes to........its plans for introducing cable TV.
 A. turn out 	B. carry out 	C. carry on 	D. keep on
23. Sleeping, resting,........are the best ways to care for a cold.
 A. and drinking fluids 	B. and one drinks fluids
 C. which drank fluids 	D. and that drinking fluids
24. The Red Cross is an international humanitarian agency dedicated to........ the sufferings of wounded soldiers, 
 civilians, and prisoners of war.
 A. lessening 	B. lowering 	C. worsening 	D. reducing
25. The World Bank has criticized Britain for not giving enough financial ........to developing countries.
 A. allowance 	B. loan	C. provision 	D. aid
II. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
26. John said he had given up to play football years ago.
27. The United Nations, was set to settle conflicts peacefully.
28. Vm afraid that the car has been broken down.
29. We've ran out of milk, I'm afraid.
30. Please turn up the radio. I can't concentrate on my work.
III. Choose the one option (A, B, C or D) corresponding to the best sentence that is made up from the sets of words and phrases given.
31. I /need/ dictionary / look /word
 A. The dictionary is what I need to look at this word.
 B. I need a dictionary, so I can look up this word.
 C. What I need is a dictionary to have a look at this word.
 D. I need a dictionary to look for this word.
32. Robert /fill /form /give /personal details
 A. Robert had to fill in a form, giving all his personal details.
 B. Robert had to fill in a form to give him our personal details.
 C. Robert had to fill up a form giving all his personal details.
 D. Robert had to fill in a form gives all his personal details.
33. plane /take / hours / late 
A. Our plane took off late three hours.
B. Our plane was taken off three Hours late.
C. Our plane took off more than three hours late.
D. Our plane took off three hours more than late.
34. we /set / early /traffic
 A. We set off early avoiding the traffic.
 B. We set off early to avoid the traffic.
 C. We set off too early for the traffic.
 D. We set off early enough not to be stuck in the traffic.
35. car /break/ we /be /motorway
 A. The car broke down when we were on the motorway.
 B. The car was broken down when we were on the motorway.
 C. The car broke out when we were on the motorway.
 D. The car break down when we were on the motorway.
C. READING
I. Read the passage below and decide which answer (A, B, C or D) best fits each space.
 A strong and secure international community (36) ....... strong and effective international institutions. For all its (37) ....... problems, the UN remains an indispensable institution - a truly global forum in which the nations of the world can meet and deliberate. Because of its (38)........membership and comprehensive mandate, the UN is (39) .......... only institution capable of giving legitimacy to decisions taken by and (40)....... the international organization with expertise across such a wide spectrum. In the modern world, countries are increasingly interdependent and the challenges we (41)....... are global challenges: poverty; conflict; climate change; international crime; and the drugs menace. Consequently the United Nations should play a bigger (42)........than ever before. But first it needs to be modernized. The UN system is frequently criticized (43)........ being bureaucratic inefficient and inflexible. Much of this criticism is justified and Britain welcomes the iead (44) ' by the Secretary General in promoting reform. Member States must support the Secretary General's commitment to (45) ....... 
36. A. needs 	B. asks for 	C. wants 	D. requires
37. A. modern 	B. current 	C. moment 	D. now
38. A. general 	B. common 	C. universal 	D. popular
39. A. a 	B. an 	C. one 	D. the
40. A. instead of	B. ahead of 	C. on behalf of 	D. on account of
41. A. cope	B. face 	C. confront 	D. have
42. A. role	B. position 	C.scene 	D. action
43. A. for	B. of 	C. with 	D. to
44. A. created	B. enforced 	C. given 	D. held
45. A. modernize	B. modern 	C. modernized 	D. modernization
II. Read the passage below and choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) to each question.
 Oxfam is a charitable organization that existed since the early 1940s. It was founded originally to help feed starving children in European countries during the Second World War. Oxfam has been working in almost every country all over the world.
Oxfam funds relatively small-scale, relatively inexpensive but quite effective projects. Oxfam’s projects involve feeding starving children, providing, education for disadvantaged children, giving care and comfort to the poor the sick, rebuilding people's own lives, carrying out irrigation work, planting trees, clearing roads, building schools and hospitals. Oxfam pays special attention to many poor countries in the Third World, that's in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Oxfam's money comes entirely from voluntary contributions from the general public.
46. Oxfam was found originally to help feed starving children in Europea countries.........
 A. before the Second World War 	B. after the Second World War
 C. in the Second World War 	D. in themiddle of the Second World War
47. According to the passage, Oxfam is a(n) ........ .
 A. international voluntary organization 	B. international charitable organization
 C. national voluntary organization 	D. national charitable organization
47. The projects Oxfam funds are.........
 A. cheap and less effective 	B. relatively cheap but very effective
 C. relatively dear but less effective 	D. dear but quite effective
49. Oxfam's projects involve all of the following EXCEPT.........
 A. giving money to the needy	B. feeding starving children
 C. providing education for disadvantaged children	D. rebuilding people's own lives
50. The word starving in the passage is closest in meaning to........
 A. very hungry 	B. very exhausting	C. very tiring 	D. very miserable
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