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Question Types 


Use of English- Cloze Test (10 Questions)


Circle the correct alternative to complete the text.

When I went to the doctor five years ago, he told me that sugar (1) ________ kill me one day if I didn’t avoid (2) ________ it. My only chance of survival, said the doctor, was cutting out all sugar from my diet.
I didn’t think it would be too complicated. “If I (3) ________ really hard, I will achieve all the difficult things in my life,” I thought at that time. It wasn't true.


1.  A) will                      B) would                      C) should                     D) must

2.  A) eat                      B) to eat                       C) eating                      D) to eating

3.  A) try                       B) will try                      C) tried                         D) would try


Use of English- Discrete Item (10 Questions)


1. Perhaps you think that the flush button in the toilet is _____ place to touch in your home, but your kitchen cleaning cloth may be _____ the flush button.


     A) less hygienic than / dirtier than                  C) the least hygienic / as dirty as           

     B) not as hygienic as / less dirty                   D) the most hygienic / far dirtier than



2. The prime minister says the risk of getting hepatitis A from a food worker is low, but public health clinics are offering _____ to people who consumed food at the restaurant within the past two weeks.


      A) vaccinations                   B) entertainment            C) immigrations             D) sensitivity



Sentence Completion (10 Questions)


1. Because of his desire to be the best in his field, _____.


A) so he was an ordinary worker among others

B) and he did nothing but worked all the time

C) he spent all his time and energy on working

D) he has never finished his work on time



Dialogue Completion (5 Questions)


Jamie   : Is your computer modern?

Luke     : _____

Jamie   : Then it’s terribly out of date! With computers there are new things happening all the time.

Luke     : That may be. But I’m comfortable with mine and have no intention of changing it.


A) Are you trying to sell me a new one?

B) Probably not. It’s a bit slow, though and that can be annoying.

C) Oh, yes. I’ve had it about eight years, that’s all.

D) I don’t know, but it’s been giving me a lot of trouble lately.


 Reading Comprehension/Paragraph (15 Questions)


            In Japan, there is a close relationship between the worker and his company. Employees work hard and do hours of unpaid overtime to make their firms more efficient. They give up weekends with the family to go on business trips. The system of lifetime employment creates a strong link between the enterprise and its workforce. Generally, when a person joins a firm after leaving school, he expects to stay with that firm until he retires. He has a secure job for life. Therefore, he will not be laid off if the company no longer needs him because there is no work. Instead, it will restrain him for another position. The pay of a worker depends on the years he has been with the firm. The longer he stays there, the higher his salary will be. When he is 30 or 40 years old, therefore, he cannot afford to change jobs. Promotion depends on seniority as well. Japanese chief executives are at least 60, and very often 70 years old. The Japanese make decisions by the consensus system. When a firm is thinking of taking a certain action, it encourages workers at all levels to discuss the proposal and give their opinions. The purpose is to reach a consensus. As soon as everyone agrees on the right course of action, the decision is taken. Because of this method, a group of workers, rather than one person, is responsible for company policies. One advantage of this is that decisions come from a mixture of experience from the top, the middle, and the bottom of an enterprise. Another advantage is that junior staff frequently suggests ideas for change. A disadvantage is that decision-making can be slow.


1. Why do employees have a close relationship with their companies in Japan?

A) because Japanese culture values work more than family life

B) so that the workers won't look for work elsewhere

C) so that they increase the level of productivity

D) because many people are employed for life


2. What happens if there is no longer any work for a Japanese employee in the company?

A) the company will not fire him but train him for another job

B) It will be impossible for him to find another job

C) the company will help his family financially

D) retirement will be the only option


3. Although decisions are not made quickly in the consensus system _____.

A) when the decision is reached everyone will be satisfied

B) no workers are excluded because of their position or lack of experience

C) the decision comes from the senior employees

D) the company policy will be dependable


4. In line 10, the word “consensus” means _____.

A) a general agreement                       C) a safe position       

B) a reliable opinion                D) a dangerous threat


5. In line 6, the word “it” refers to _____.

A) the workforce                    C) the job

B) the company                       D) the school


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