I. Choose the word which is stressed differently from the others.
|A. protect||B. stolen||C. sneaky||D. happen|
|A. humorous||B. memory||C. business||D. composer|
|A. floppy||B. embrace||C. cotton||D. idol|
|A. complain||B. destroy||C. terrify||D. imagine|
|A. carefully||B. correctly||C. seriously||D. personally|
II. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
|A. money||B. notice||C. glance||D. ankle|
|A. giraffe||B. danger||C. village||D. glove|
|A. chill||B. church||C. character||D. chamber|
|A. looked||B. noticed||C. turned||D. helped|
|A. imagine||B. glance||C. geography||D. religion|
III. Choose the best answer.
1. Do _____ so much noise in the class.
|A. not to make||B. to make not||C. make not||D. not make|
2. I hope _____ my relatives tonight.
|A. to meet||B. meet||C. meeting||D. met|
3. I expected _____ by Mr. James, but I was not.
|A. to interview||B. to be interviewed|
|C. interview||D. being interviewed|
4. Could I have something non-alcoholic, like _____, please?
|A. wine||B. whisky||C. orange juice||D. beer|
5. This machine works _____. I think it is about to be broken.
|A. noise||B. noisy||C. noisily||D. noises|
6. Remove the peel _____ the apple before eating.
|A. to||B. from||C. back||D. out|
7. When I _____ him, he _____ basketball with Ken.
|A. saw/ was playing||B. saw/ had played|
|C. was seeing/ was playing||D. had seen/ had played|
8. Parents often let their children _____ up late on Sundays.
|A. getting||B. to get||C. get||D. got|
9. I had a glance at the article, but I haven’t read it yet.
|A. close look||B. quick look||C. direct look||D. furtive look|
10. On Christmas Day, people exchange presents with each other and say “_____ Christmas”.
|A. Happy||B. Nice||C. Good||D. Merry|
IV. Read the passage and choose the best answer to each question.
When the bus _____ (1) in a small square, Maria was reading her magazine and didn’t realize that she had arrived at her destination. “This is Santa Teresa,” Martin said. “You’ve arrived home!” I suppose your cousin will be _____ (2) for us. Come on. I’ll carry the bags.” Maria thought, “All those years when I _____ (3) in New York, I used to dream of this moment. And now it’s real, I can’t believe it! Here I am, I’m really standing in the square.” Santa Teresa was Maria’s birthplace, but she often left the town at the age of six. She had some _____ (4) of the town, and some photos, but did she belong here still? She didn’t know. Nobody was waiting in the square. Perhaps her cousin Pablo hadn’t received Maria’s letter. “What are we going to do now?” asked Martin. “There isn’t _____ (5) a hotel here!”
|A. reached||B. got||C. stopped||D. came|
|A. expecting||B. waiting||C. welcoming||D. receiving|
|A. was living||B. have lived||C. live||D. am living|
|A. recall||B. memories||C. thinking||D. remember|
|A. even||B. hardly||C. too||D. very|