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Section I: Structure and Vocabulary

Part A


Beneath each of the following sentences, there are four choices marked [A], [B], [C] and [D]. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Mark your answer on ANSWER SHEET 1 by blackening the corresponding letter in the brackets with a pencil. (5 points)

1.     Anyone with half an eye on the unemployment figures knew that the assertion about economic recovery ________ just around the corner was untrue.

[A] would be

[B] to be

[C] wasD

[D] being

2.     Smoking is so harmful to personal health that it kills ________ people each year than automobile accidents.

[A] seven more times

[B] seven times more

[C] over seven timesB

[D] seven times

3.     It’s easy to blame the decline of conversation on the pace of modern life and on the vague changes ________ place in our ever-changing world.

[A] taking

[B] to take

[C] takeA

[D] taken

4.     This is an exciting area of study, and one ________ which new applications are being discovered almost daily.

[A] from

[B] by

[C] inC

[D] through

5.     ________ can be seen from the comparison of these figures, the principle involves the active participation of the patient in the modification of his condition.

[A] As

[B] What

[C] ThatA

[D] It

6.     Although I had been invited to the opening ceremony, I was unable to attend ________ such short notice.

[A] to

[B] in

[C] withD

[D] on

7.     California has more light than it knows ________ to do with but everything else is expensive.

[A] how

[B] what

[C] whichB

[D] where

8.     The solution works only for couples who are self-employed, don’t have small children and get along ________ to spend most of their time together.

[A] so well

[B] too well

[C] well asD

[D] well enough

9.     Marlin is a young man of independent thinking who is not about ________ compliments to his political leaders.

[A] paying

[B] having paid

[C] to payC

[D] to have paid

10.   These proposals sought to place greater restrictions on the use and copying of digital information than ________ in traditional media.

[A] exist

[B] exists

[C] existingA

[D] to exist

Part B


Each of the following sentences has four underlined parts marked [A], [B], [C], and [D]. Identify the part of the sentence that is incorrect and mark your answer on ANSWER SHEET 1 by blackening the corresponding letter in the brackets with a pencil. (5 points)

11.   Your math instructor would have been [A] happy to give you a makeup examination had you gone [B] and explained [C] that your parents had been [D] ill at the time.[D] were

12.   As the children become financially [A] independent of [B] the family, the emphasis on [C] family financial security will shift from protection to save [D] for the retirement years.[D] saving

13.   Were [A] the Times Co. to purchase another major media company, there is no doubt that it could [B] dramatically transform a family-ran [C] enterprise that still gets 90% of its [D] revenues from newspapers.[C] family-run

14.   Symposium talks will cover a wide range [A] of subjects from [B] over-fishing to physical and environment [C] factors that affect the populations [D] of different species.[C] environmental

15.   Conversation calls for a [A] willingness to alternate the role of speaker with one [B] of listener [C], and it calls for occasional ‘digestive pauses’ by [D] both.[B] that

16.   If two theories are equal to [A] their ability to account for [B] a body of data, the theory that does so [C] with the smaller number of assumptions is to be preferred [D].[A] in

17.   The Committee adopted a resolution requiring [A] the seven automakers selling [B] the most cars in the state making [C] 2 percent of those vehicles emissions-free [D] by 1998.[C] to make

18.   As long as [A] poor people, who in general are colored, are in conflict with [B] richer people, who in general are lighter [C] skin [D], there’s going to be a constant racial conflict in the world.[D] skinned

19.   All those left undone [A] may sound greatly [B] in theory, but even the trust believer [C] has great difficulty when [D] it comes to specifics.[B] great

20.   Even if [A] automakers modify commercially produced cars to run on [B] alternative fuels [C], the cars won’t catch on in a big way when [D] drivers can fill them up at the gas station.[D] until

Part C


Beneath each of the following sentences, there are four choices marked [A], [B], [C] and [D]. Choose the one that best completes the sentence. Mark your answer on ANSWER SHEET 1 by blackening the corresponding letter in the brackets with a pencil. (10 points)

21.   An important property of a scientific theory is its ability to ________ further research and further thinking about a particular topic.

[A] stimulate

[B] renovate

[C] arouseA

[D] advocate

22.   Although architecture has artistic qualities, it must also satisfy a number of important practical ________.

[A] obligations

[B] regulations

[C] observationsD

[D] considerations

23.   Life insurance is financial protection for dependents against loss ________ the bread-winner’s death.

[A] at the cost of

[B] on the verge of

[C] as a result ofC

[D] for the sake of

24.   In education there should be a good ________ among the branches of knowledge that contribute to effective thinking and wise judgment.

[A] distribution

[B] balance

[C] combinationB

[D] assignment

25.   The American dream is most ________ during the periods of productivity and wealth generated by American capitalism.

[A] plausible

[B] patriotic

[C] primitiveA

[D] partial

26.   Poverty is not ________ in most cities although, perhaps because of the crowded conditions in certain areas, it is more visible there.

[A] rare

[B] temporary

[C] prevalentC

[D] segmental

27.   People who live in small towns often seem more friendly than those living in ________ populated areas.

[A] densely

[B] intensely

[C] abundantlyA

[D] highly

28.   As a way of ________ the mails while they were away, the Johnsons asked the cleaning lady to send little printed slips asking the senders to write again later.

[A] picking up

[B] coping with

[C] passing outB

[D] getting across

29.   Tom’s mother tried hard to persuade him to ________ from his intention to invest his savings in stock market.

[A] pull out

[B] give up

[C] draw inD

[D] back down

30.   An increasing proportion of our population, unable to live without advanced medical ________, will become progressively more reliant on expensive technology.

[A] interference

[B] interruption

[C] interventionC

[D] interaction

31.   These causes produced the great change in the country that modernized the ________ of higher education from the mid-1860’s to the mid-1880’s.

[A] branch

[B] category

[C] domainC

[D] scope

32.   Nobody yet knows how long and how seriously the ________ in the financial system will drag down the economy.

[A] shallowness

[B] shakiness

[C] scantinessB

[D] stiffness

33.   Crisis would be the right term to describe the ________ in many animal species.

[A] minimization

[B] restriction

[C] descentD

[D] decline

34.   The city is an important railroad ________ and industrial and convention center.

[A] conjunction

[B] network

[C] junctionC

[D] link

35.   Prof. White, my respected tutor, frequently reminds me to ________ myself of every chance to improve my English.

[A] assure

[B] inform

[C] availC

[D] notify

36.   Researchers discovered that plants infected with a virus give off a gas that ________ disease resistance in neighboring plants.

[A] contracts

[B] activates

[C] maintainsB

[D] prescribe

37.   Corporations and labor unions have ________ great benefits upon their employees and members as well as upon the general public.

[A] conferred

[B] granted

[C] flungA

[D] submitted

38.   The movement of the moon conveniently provided the unit of month, which was ________ from one new moon to the next.

[A] measured

[B] reckoned

[C] judgedB

[D] assessed

39.   The judge ruled that the evidence was inadmissible on the grounds that it was ________ to the issue at hand.

[A] irrational

[B] unreasonable

[C] invalidD

[D] irrelevant

40.   Fuel scarcities and price increases ________ automobile designers to scale down the largest models and to develop completely new lines of small cars and trucks.

[A] persuaded

[B] prompted

[C] imposedB

[D] enlightened

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