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A. Such limitations are needed so that once they are learnt, they can be broken
B. Unfortunately, the difficulty in this exercise, and with creation itself, is convincing people that creation is
possible, shrouded as it is in so much myth and legend
C. Unfortunately, mankind's very struggle for survival has become a tyranny
D. Creativity brings people success and wealth
E. It is a myth that creative people are born with their talents : gifts from God or nature lifting barriers into place
also plays a major part in helping the mind to control ideas rather than letting them collide at random
F. People's habits are formed to prevent creativity
 



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7. According to the Prof., pollution in the UK in the past century was mainly caused by ………………..
Questions 8 - 10
8. The Prof. compares the pollution in Beijing to that in London during ……………………………….
9. He says that pollution in Beijing at present is chiefly caused by …………………………………….
10. World Health Organization's statistics show that ……………………………. are killed by urban
outdoor air pollution each year.
Part 2: Listen to a Welfare Officer speaking to newly-enrolled students about facilities at her college,
Parklands, and supply the blanks with the missing information.
PARKLANDS COLLEGE SPORTS CLUBS
Sport
When
Costs
Equipment provided
Football
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£15
No
Hockey
Thursday this year
£18
Yes
Badminton
Tuesday and Friday
£10
No
Basketball and Volleyball
Monday
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14. The drama group is admired for the ………………………….. of their work.
15. The College provides a ………………………………………. for students with problems.
Part 3: Listen to a woman Is talking about Canada and supply the missing information or answer the
questions that follow. You do not need to write full sentences.
16. The nickname "the land of the midnight sun" is given to …………………………………………………
17. The original people in the northern part of Canada are also known as part of " ………………………….”
18. The province of British Columbia in the far west of Canada is well-known for mild climate,
…………………………… seacoast, and beautiful forests.
19. How did the first people arrive in Canada from Asia?
By crossing …………………………………………………………………………………………….
20. Where did the first Europeans who arrived in eastern Canada mainly come from?
………………………………………………………………………………………………………
II. LEXICO-GRAMMAR (20/200 points)
Part 1: Choose the correct answer (A, B, C, or D) to each of the following questions and write your
answers in the corresponding numbered boxes.
21. His ………. of the safety regulations really has resulted in a number of minor accidents.
A. disregard B. unfamiliarity C. carelessness D. inattention
22. He seemed very quiet, but it would be a mistake to ………. his intelligence.
A. devalue B. depreciate C. undermine D. minimize
23. Those naughty boys went on making terrible noise in the park even though they had been ………. by the
annoyed constable.
A. turned into B. taken after C. ticked off D. dropped off
Alex was ………. enough on becoming a professional sportsman and he didn't want to listen to anyone
else's advice.
A. certain B. eager C. definite D. intent
25. "Don't look so worried! You should take the boss's remarks with a ………. of salt."
A. teaspoon B. pinch C. grain D. dose
26. After a fall in profits, the Company decided to ………. the hotel business.
A. back up from B. pull out of C. take out of D. make off with
27. "If you are at a(n) ………. end, you could Giúp me in the garden."
A. open B. free C. loose D. empty
28. It is understood that his closest adviser will ………. as president.
A. take over B. get by C. take up D. come about
29. We need to send a representative we can ……….
A. find out B. count on C. catch on D. stand for
30. The project manager ………. animatedly as he spoke about his experiences in the jungle.
A. advanced B. looked C noticed D. gestured
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Part 2: Write the correct FORM of each bracketed word in the numbered space provided In the column on
the right. (0) has been done as an example.
During the mid-19th century, (0) ………. (ARCHITECT) became (31) ………. (INSTITUTION) as a profession requiring formal preparation and subject to codes of performance. During this period, connoisseurship - full academic training in the history of architecture and its aesthetics - was the designer's most important (32) ………. (QUALITY). In every Western country, the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris was accepted as the model for architectural education. Architecture was easily separated from engineering, which had pragmatic rather than aesthetic goals. Yet, today the profession delivers not only aesthetic guidance but also a (33) ………. (BEWILDER) array of technical services requiring' many (34) ………. (SPECIAL) contributors. The architect strives to maintain the position of generalist, one who can take the long view while orchestrating the resolution of complex (35) ………. (RELATE) issues.
0. architecture
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Part 3: The passage below contains 5 mistakes. Underline the mistakes and write their correct forms in the
space provided in the column on the right. (0) has been done as an example.
Adult education takes different form in different places at different times, reflecting the different social functions given to adult learning, and the different groups with accessible to opportunities. In ancient Greece, Athenian society was organized to enable a small class of people to pursue learning as the central vocation of their adult lives. However, adult learning was not then seen to be universally useful. In Denmark, adult education was central to the generate of a poor agrarian economy, inspired in the 19th century by the Danish poet and educator N. F. S. Grundtvig, and built on the development of and support for active and participative democracy. That commitment for popular participation and social justice remains central to adult education in the Nordic countries. In Britain, "adult education" has often been taken to mean part-time studies that do not lead to certifying; in the United States, it is seen as a generic, all-inclusive term. However, in more than half of the world, it is synonymous with adult literacy, with programmes of reading and writing for people with no initial school.
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III. READING (50/200 points)
Part 1: Fill each of the following numbered blanks with ONE suitable word and write your answers in the
corresponding boxes provided below the passage.
Studies about how students use their time might shed (41) ………. on whether they face increased academic and financial pressures compared with earlier eras. (42) ………. on data about how students are spending time, academic or financial pressures don't seem to be greater now than a generation ago.
The data show that full-time students in all types of colleges study much less now than they (43) ………. a generation ago - a full 10 hours a week less. Students are also receiving significantly higher grades. So it appears that academic pressures are, in fact, considerably lower than they (44) ………. to be.
The time-use data don't suggest that students feel greater financial pressures, (45) ………. When the time savings and lower opportunity costs are factored (46) ………., college appears less expensive for most students than it was in the 1960s. And though there are now more full-time students working for pay while in college, they study less even when paid work choices are held constant.
In other (47) ………., full-time students do not appear to be studying less in order to work more. They appear to be studying less and spending the extra time on leisure activities or fun. It seems hard to imagine that students feeling increased financial (48) ………. would respond by taking more leisure.
Based on how students are spending their time, then, it doesn't look (49) ………. though academic or financial pressures are greater now than a generation ago. The time-use data don't speak directly (50) ………. social pressures, and it may well be that these have become more intense lately.
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Part 2:
Questions 51 - 55: Read the following passage and choose the most suitable sentence from A to G on the list for each gap from 51 to 55. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes. There are two extra sentences which you do not need to use.
(51) …………….. Creative genius is, in fact, latent with many of us without our realizing it. But how far do we need to travel to find the path to ...
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