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Section Two

Sentence Completion (20 Questions)
Directions: Questions 31 – 50 are incomplete sentences. Choose one word or phrase that
will best complete the sentence.

101. A: What ____________ UN stand for?

B: United Nations. It’s an organization of independent to promote international peace

and security.

a. is b. are c. do d. does

102. Employees are expected to do ____________ to help the company succeed.

a. as possible as b. so much as possible

c. as much as possible d. the best as possible

103. When David arrived, he was already __________________ difficult breathing.

a. go b. have

c. gone d. having

104. The one-month deposit is __________from anyone renting an apartment.

a. paid b. money c. in need d. required

105. We will not buy from this company because they _____________ deliver on time.

a. frequently b. often c. hardly ever d. evermore

106. The flight was delayed__________________ bad weather.

a. due b. because of c. about d. a response to

107. I asked the department manager if he could __________ me as to how to respond.

a. advise b. advice

c. devise d. Device

108. The position of senior secretary will remain open until it is _________________.

a. caught b. delivered

c. filled d. Sought

109. According to my ______________, I graduated from Valaya

Alongkorn Rajabhat University under the Royal Patronage, majoring English with first class


a. personal interests b. work experiences

c. educational background d. contact information

110. The company was known for the quality of _____________ products.

a. its b. it’s c. their d. their’s

111. A: Have you ever visited Australia? c. I have d. I haven’t
B: No, _____________________.
a. you have b. you haven’t

112. Tom and Jane haven’t ___________ vodka.

a. drunk b. will drink c. drink d. drank

113. We ___________ also ___________ to Vietnam and China. d. hasn’t, driven
a. haven’t, drove b. have, driven c. has, drove

114. Jane doesn’t want to try skydiving. She thinks it’s scary and ___________.

a. dangerous b. adventurous c. enjoyable d. exciting

115. Computer skills are very ____________ for anyone working in an office today.

a. good b. boring c. useful d. interest

116. ___________ qualities that people most admire in others is generosity.

a. One of the b. Another c. Some of the d. Many

117. _____________ an aerobic exercise for 20 minutes a day will strengthen your heart and

get rid of excess fat.

a. Do b. Make c. Making d. Doing

118. If I ___________ you, I would take a rest for a week.

a. was b. am c. are d. were

119. We should_____________ faster to keep up with the project schedule.

a. to work b. work c. working d. worked

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120. His financial _____________ in recent years is leading him to start new enterprises.

a. successful b. successor c. succeed d. success

Section Three
Cloze Test (10 Items)
Directions: Read the passages that follow. A word or phrase is missing in some of the
sentences. Select the best answer to complete the passages.

Questions 41-45 refer to the following passage.

Joe’s Restaurant has openings for waiters, ____(121)___, and hostesses.

If you have experience in the ___(122)____ service industry, one of these jobs is right for

you. Good pay and benefits for full-time ____(123)______. To apply, call Marina at 159 2415,

Monday ___(124)____ Friday between noon and 5 PM, or _____(125)_____ between 8.00 and

11.00 AM.

121. a) pilots b) teachers c) cooks d) police

122. a) ice b) food c) waste d) farming

123. a) employees b) employers c) owners d) drivers

124. a) from b) at c) through d) after

125. a) Monday b) Friday c) weekends d) weekdays

Questions 46-50 refer to the following passage.
Because of the high demand for electrical power ____(126)_____ the extremely cold

weather, the city is facing a serious power shortage and the possibility of blackouts. We are
____(127)____ residents to help us avoid this situation. Please _____(128)____ your power
consumption as much as possible. Lower household heat to 60 degrees. Turn __(129)__ all

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unnecessary appliances. Postpone energy-consuming tasks such as doing the laundry. Stay
tuned to this station for ____(130)_____ updates throughout the day.

126. a) due to b) although c) despite d) unless
127. a) joking b) speaking c) asking d) ignoring
128. a) reduce b) increase c) expand d) extend
129. a) on b) off c) in d) up
130. a) older b) former c) further d) previous

Section Four
Reading Comprehension (30 Questions)
Directions: In this section, you will read several passages. Each passage is followed by a
number of questions. You are to choose the best answer (a, b, c, or d) to each question.

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Passage 1: Nos. 131 - 133

131. What do the customer service representatives need to do to be the winner for the
(A) Summit new ideas to improve customer service
(B) Be able to provide the best idea to improve customer service
(C) Be able to encourage the secretary to suggest an idea
(D) Inform the secretary with the valid excuse

132. Who is the writer of this memo?
(A) A customer
(B) The owner of the company
(C) The head of the department
(D) A customer service representative

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133. Which sentence is TRUE?
(A) The meeting will be held in their office this month.
(B) The meeting will be held next Friday evening.
(C) Everyone who attends the meeting will receive $100.
(D) The attendees do not need to bring their lunch to the meeting.

Passage 2: Nos. 134 - 138

134. What is the purpose of this advertisement?
(A) To invite people to a new restaurant
(B) To promote an African safari
(C) To advertise a special dish
(D) To offer a special promotion

135. What is the special offer provided by the restaurant?
(A) A free meal
(B) A drink free of charge
(C) 10% discount on weekdays
(D) Free ice cream for kids

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136. What kind of food is usually served by this restaurant?

(A) Exotic food (B) Ordinary food

(C) Local food (D) Heathy food

137. Where is the second branch of the restaurant located?

(A) South Africa (B) New Zealand

(C) Johannesburg (D) Safari

138. What makes the restaurant different from the ordinary restaurant?
(A) The price of the food
(B) The safari atmosphere
(C) The service
(D) The chef

Passage 3: Nos. 139 – 140

139. What kind of job is required by the company?

(A) Accountant (B) Web Designer

(C) Sales (D) Programmer

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140. What should NOT be included in the applicant email?

(A) Resume (B) Qualifications

(C) Expected salary (D) Desirable benefits

Passage 4: Nos. 141 – 146

141. How many nights will Mr. Rochester stay at the Gas Town hotel?

(A) One (B) Two

(C) Three (D) Four

142. The word itinerary in line 2 is closest in meaning to

(A) Ticket (B) Schedule

(C) Receipt (D) Bill

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143. The word prohibited in line 20 is closest in meaning to

(A) allow (B) not allow

(C) uncommon (D) permitted

144. What time should Mr. Rochester arrive at the airport to fly to Seattle?

(A) 8:05 A.M. (B) 10.30 P.M.

(C) 9:30 P.M. (D) 11.30 P.M.

145. What can Mr. Rochester buy during the Solar Airline flight?

(A) A passport (B) A meal

(C) A drink (D) An instrument

146. How many places is Mr. Rochester going to visit?
(A) 2 (B) 3
(C) 4 (D) 5

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Passage 5: Nos. 147 – 150

147. Who is this information for? (B) Tour guides
(A) Travel agents (D) Businessmen
(C) Vacationers

148. Where can passengers watch movies?
(A) In the boat
(B) In the sleeping car
(C) In the lounge car
(D) In the round-trip train

149. What is not included in the Western Train Adventure package?

(A) A trip to an island (B) Breakfast

(C) Hotel accommodation (D) Snack car

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150. When does the passenger have to pay for the extra excursion if he wants to depart on

June 7th?

(A) August 8th (B) June 25th

(C) June 1st (D) May 24th

Questions 151-154 refer to the following passage.

One of the most hazardous conditions a firefighter will ever encounter is a backdraft
(also known as a smoke explosion). A backdraft can occur in the hot-smoldering phase of a
fire when burning is incomplete and there is not enough oxygen to sustain the fire.
Unburned carbon particles and other flammable products, combined with the intense heat,
may cause instantaneous combustion if more oxygen reaches the fire.

Firefighters should be aware of the conditions that indicate the possibility for a
backdraft to occur. When there is a lack of oxygen during a fire, the smoke becomes filled
with carbon dioxide or carbon monoxide and turns dense gray or black. Other warning signs
of a potential backdraft are little or no visible flame, excessive heat, smoke leaving the
building in puffs, muffled sounds, and smoke-stained windows.

Proper ventilation will make a backdraft less likely. Opening a room or building at the
highest point allows heated gases and smoke to be released gradually. However, suddenly
breaking a window or opening a door is a mistake, because it allows oxygen to rush in,
causing an explosion.

151. A backdraft is a dangerous condition for firefighters mainly because

a. there is not enough oxygen for breathing.
b. the heat is extremely intense.
c. the smoke is dangerously thick.
d. an explosion occurs.

152. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a potential backdraft warning sign?
a. windows stained with smoke
b. flames shooting up from the building
c. puffs of smoke leaving the building
d. more intense heat than usual

153. To prevent the possibility of a backdraft, a firefighter should____________

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a. carry an oxygen tank.
b. open a door to allow gases to escape.
c. make an opening at the top of the building.
d. break a window to release carbon particles.

154. When compared with a hot, smoldering fire, a fire with visible, high-reaching

a. has more oxygen available for combustion.
b. has more carbon dioxide available for consumption.
c. produces more dense gray smoke.
d. is more likely to cause a backdraft.

Questions 155-160 refer to the following article.

(1) Glaciers consist of fallen snow that compresses over many years into large,
thickened ice masses. Most of the world’s glacial ice is found in Antarctica and
Greenland, but glaciers are found on nearly every continent, even Africa. Presently, 10%
of land area is covered with glaciers. Glacial ice often appears blue because ice absorbs
all other colors but reflects blue. Almost 90% of an iceberg is below water; only about
10% shows above water. What makes glaciers unique is their ability to move. Due to
sheer mass, glaciers flow like very slow rivers. Some glaciers are as small as football
fields, whereas others grow to be over 100 kilometers long.

(2) Within the past 750,000 years, scientists know that there have been eight Ice
Age cycles, separated by warmer periods called interglacial periods. Currently, the earth
is nearing the end of an interglacial, meaning that another Ice Age is due in a few
thousand years. This is part of the normal climate variation cycle. Greenhouse warming
may delay the onset of another glacial era, but scientists still have many questions to
answer about climate change. Although glaciers change very slowly over long periods,
they may provide important global climate change signals.

(3) The girth of the ice, combined with gravity’s influence, causes glaciers to flow
very slowly. Once a mass of compressed ice reaches a critical thickness of about 18
meters thick, it becomes so heavy that it begins to deform and move. Ice may flow
down mountains and valleys, fan across plains, or spread out to sea. Movement along
the underside of a glacier is slower than movement at the top due to the friction
created as it slides along the ground’s surface.

(4) Most glaciers are found in remote mountainous areas. However, some found
near cities or towns present a danger to the people living nearby. On land, lakes formed
on top of a glacier during the melt season may cause floods. At the narrow part of a

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valley glacier, ice falling from the glacier presents a hazard to hikers below. When ice
breaks off over the ocean, an iceberg is formed.

(5) Glaciers are a natural resource and contain 75% of the world’s freshwater.
People worldwide are trying to harness the power of these frozen streams. Some towns
rely on glacial melting from a nearby ice cap to provide drinking water. Some farmers
spread soil or ashes over snow to promote melting, hoping that the melting will provide
water to irrigate crops in drought-stricken areas. Others have channeled meltwater from
glaciers to their fields. Scientists and engineers have worked together to tap into glacial
resources, using electricity that has been generated in part by damming glacial

155. According to paragraph 4, what is a negative effect of living too close to a glacier?
a. The mass of the glacier reaches a critical thickness.
b. About 10% of a glacier shows above water.
c. Spreading dark material over snow promotes melting.
d. Lakes formed on top of glaciers may cause floods.

156. The underlined word remote, as used in paragraph 4 of the passage, most nearly


a. isolated. b. nearby.

c. slow traveling. d. difficult to see.

157. The passage explains that glaciers can be found where?
a. only on Antarctica
b. only Greenland and Alaska
c. on nearly every continent
d. only the north and south poles

158. According to the passage, why does glacial ice often appear blue?
a. because it does not absorb the color blue
b. because it absorbs all other colors but reflects blue
c. because it does not absorb all other colors including blue
d. because it is blue in color

159. After reading the passage, what can one conclude about glaciers?
a. There will not be another Ice Age coming.
b. Glaciers have both negative and positive effects on human life.

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c. Scientists have difficulty studying glaciers.
d. Scientists have minimal data on the formation of glaciers.
160. After reading the passage, what can one infer about glaciers?
a. Further exploration is needed to tap the power of glacial ice in fueling electric energy.
b. With variations in climate, glaciers shrink and expand.
c. Glaciers form in cold regions where the rate of snowfall is greater than

the melting rate of snow.
d. Glaciers are usually bordered at the sides by rock debris.

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