GENERAL DIRECTIONS: Each student has an answer sheet on which is to be written the student’s examination ID number. All answers to the multiple choice questions of parts Ⅰ,Ⅱ,Ⅲ and Ⅳ are to be written on this answer sheet. Circle the letter that is your answer.
PART Ⅰ:VOCABULARY [15%]
DIRECTIONS FOR SECTION A: On your answer sheet, circle the answer that pletes the sentence.
1. The day was crisp and sharp, but suddenly a misty rain began to fall and the landscape.
a. hid b. blurred
c. relieved d. belittled
2. ing Thursday, it will be too late to enrol for the course.
a. As of b. As for
c. As to d. As on
3. Those who let uncertainty rarely achieve much.
a . turn them down b. send them down
c. weigh them down d. huddle down
4. The speaker went on and on, to his listeners obvious boredom.
a. obligated b. obsessive
c. obvious d. oblivious
5. Such as self-respect and industriousness merit the full backing of an employer.
a. advantages b. traits
c. interests d. ings
6. The police inspector, having received new information from a confidential source, decided to enlarge the or his enquiry.
a. scope b. magnitude
c. dimension d. volume
7. An intelligent TV viewer may occasionally e enraged by the argumentation mercials.
a. imperative b. fallacious
c. persuasive d. fabulous
8. flees if one is constantly subjected to demeaning orders.
a. Prime b. Harassment
c. Conceit d. Pride
9. popularity of subject matter and frequency of use, the books on the two middle shelves will be the most helpful to you.
a. As of b. As regards
c. As from d. As against
10. I was in my reading, and didn’t at first hear the doorbell ring.
a. immured b. immersed
c. busy d. infatuated
11. Their chances of winning are slight, given that their opponents are so .
a. well-known b. vital
c. formidable d. distinguished
12. When I reach home after an impossible day’s work, I feel a general to watch TV.
a. inducement b. intention
c. inclination d. in