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The results of last weekend’s poll have ------- to be announced and officials say it could be -------- week before they are.
so far / every
still / each
already / every other
even / most
yet / another
You would not expect anyone -------- intelligent to make ------ stupid mistake, but he did so.
so / that
too / such
as / as
more / than
too much / those
The scientist who -------- Dolly the sheep, the world’s first cloned mammal, -------- a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research.
has created / has been granted
had created / granted
created / was granted
will be creating / has granted
used to create / had been granted
As the tree was too high to climb, the mischievous boys ---------- their ball down only by throwing sticks at it.
would have knocked
were able to knock
will have to knock
may have knocked
The first great theorist of dramatic art was Aristo, whose ------ of tragedy in “The Poetics” has dominated critical thought ever since.
Their state assets were ------ to foreign capital at bargain prices.
The whole of society may suffer if its government is attacked; ------- the entire body is harmed if the brain is damaged.
on the other hand
Osteoclasts are cells that ------- bone in the normal course of bone replenishment.
Ted Serios is not a normal person. He was in his mid-forties when he was introduced to Jule Eisenbud, Professor of Psychiatry at Denver Medical School in 1963. During the next several years, Eisenbud showed that Serios had the bizarre ability to produce images on film by simply staring into a camera. Together, Eisenbud and Serios produced more than two hundred of these "thoughtographs". Most of them were images of buildings, landscapes, people, and machines. The thoughtographs were created under carefully controlled conditions and the process was observed by many witnesses, some of whom were very skeptical of Serios' claimed abilities. The experimenters were careful to exclude the possibility of fraud by using methods such as medical examinations and X-rays. They even put Serios in a straightjacket and removed all of his clothes. No one has ever been able to give a satisfactory explanation for the pictures that Serios and Eisenbud made.
9. What is the main idea of this reading passage?
A man named Ted Serios met a psychiatrist named Julie Eisenbud.
A man was able to create photographic images by looking into a camera.
Ted Serios was examined very carefully by scientists.
Electromagnetic radiation can create images on film.
Which of the following is true, according to the reading passage?
Ted Serios was a doctor at a medical school in Denver .
The images that Serios created were limited to people and buildings.
Serios forced some other people to wear a straightjacket.
No one has ever been able to explain how Serios created “thoughtographs”.
What is the most likely meaning of the word “fraud”?
The word “them” refers to...
Eisenbud and Serios
people and buildings
If this reading passage continued, what do you suppose the next part might be about?
some other strange phenomenon
Ted Serios' family life
the history of Denver Medical School
difficulties in taking good vacation photos
He knew the names of the streets in Paris, Because _______ there before.
he had lived
would have lived
If I _______ well in my exams, I ________ to a university.
will do; will go
will do; go
do; will go
In the 1960s, computers were _______ expensive that ordinary people couldn’t afford them.
________ worries me about society today is how we have come to completely depend on technology.
Not until the 1980s ________ for the average person to own a computer.
it was possible
was it possible
Why isn’t Josh here yet? ________ for him for over an hour!
I’ve been waiting
There ________ a terrible accident if the pilot hadn’t reacted so quickly.
would have been
This is _______ area, with a lot of factories and warehouses.
Researchers claim the new discovery is a major _______ in the fight against malaria.
The patient had an _______ to insert metal pins in his broken leg.
“It leaves from Platform 2 at 4:15.” The speaker is talking about _______ .
an airline flight
I can’t _______ your hair, because I haven’t got any scissors.
She won a seat in parliament at the last _______ .
I went to a lovely _______ last Saturday. The bride was my best friend when we were at school.
What is the main idea of this passage?
During colonial times, most colonists had their clothes custom made by tailors. A tailor is a person who makes, alters, or repairs garments, including suits, coats, and trousers. Tailors worked in their shops to create clothing for colonists. The fabrics they used were made from linen, wool, or silk. Each garment was created specifically for each customer. Tailors used many tools when working with their fabrics to create garments. Pins were used to keep the fabric pieces together. Needles were used with thread to sew pieces of fabrics together. The tailor used a measuring tape to measure their customers to make sure their garments fit properly. A tailor was an essential trade of colonial times.
Living in colonial times
The trade of tailors during colonial times
Examples of garments created by tailors
In the passage, what does the highlighted word “garment” mean?
A type of fabric
An article of clothing
Why did a tailor use a measuring tape during colonial times?
To measure customers
To put clothes together
To put pieces of fabric together
Why is the trade of a tailor essential?
Being a tailor is hard work.
Colonists need clothes to wear.
Nobody wanted to be a tailor during colonial times.
Who made the clothes during colonial times?
In the passage, what does the highlighted word “thread” mean?
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