the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and
Five words, including the word given.
1.Germany is not as hot as Italy during August. much
2. The Bristol Hotel is cheaper than the Intercontinental. not
3. There is no one better than Geoff at chess in the class. best
4.When the weather becomes hotter, we should drink more water. the
5. I thought my sister would do better in the race. well
6. Christina is shorter than her sister Joanna. as
7. As I continue studying, I am more confident about the exam. study
8. The house was cheaper than we had expected. less
G. Choose the correct option.
1. Do you still drink milk every day?
a. any b. a lot of
a. time b. times
3. My doctor advised me against drinking at night.
a. so many coffees b. so much coffee
4. I am sorry, I won’t be able to have dinner with you. I have a lot of .
a. works b. work
5. I don’t think I can make five sandwiches. We have very bread.
6. The hotel had many guests that there was not a single room available.
7. Jean grew up on a farm and had to feed the every day.
8. The police at the scene of the crime in seconds.
9. There are a lot of things I about him.
a. dislike b. am disliking
10. This weekend I some friends.
a. am visiting b. visit
H. Read the text below and answer the questions 1-5. Choose a, b, c or d.
he area now known as the United States of America was not an unpopulated wilderness before the arrival of European settlers. Among those who were already living off the land were the Cheyenne, one of several tribes of Native Americans. Like other tribes, such as the Sioux line 7 › and the Navajo, they were put under a lot of pressure to change both where and how they lived.
Four hundred years ago the Cheyenne, whose name means ‘little red-talker’, were based in the Eastern Woodlands. Unusually for Native American tribes, they were farmers, planting corn and beans, rather than hunters. However, by the middle of the nineteenth century this had changed, and the Cheyenne had developed a horse culture and hunted bison on the Great Plains.
Traditionally, the chiefs or elders of the Cheyenne were organised into the ‘Council of Forty-Four.’ They had rules for everyday life, warfare, celebrations and ceremonies. One thing that made the Cheyenne different from other tribes, which were exclusively patriarchal, was that women were far more active in tribal affairs.
In twenty-first century America, many Cheyenne live in exactly the same way as most people in big cities do. However, there is another option for those who want to keep their traditional way of life. This is to live on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in southeast Montana, or on the Southern Cheyenne Reservation in central Oklahoma. The combined population of the Cheyenne is presently close to 20,000.
1.What does the word they refer to in line 7?
2.When did the Cheyenne migrate to the Great Plains?
c. as soon as the Europeans arrived in America
3. Where would a Cheyenne who wanted a traditional way of life prefer to live?
4.Which of the following is not true?
5. What is the purpose of the text?
I. You will hear people talking in five different situations. For questions, 1-5, choose the best answer a, b or c.
1. You overhear a conversation. What can the man do on Wednesday evenings at the homeless shelter?
2. You overhear a woman talking about online chatting. What does the woman believe about chatting online?
3. You overhear a conversation between two friends. What is necessary for the boys to have in order to go race car driving?
4. You overhear this conversation. What does the man tell the woman to do?
5. You overhear a conversation. What is not mentioned about the Hindu wedding the woman attended?