Time: 8:30 a.m.
Location: 325-1, Art History Department
I was planning to upload the last practice test, but I've been trying to solve some technical problems. I still owe you a practice test, and I will have it posted tonight so that you can practice asap.
p.11 part 5
1. every 2. Everybody 3. any 4. Nothing 5. every 6. somewhere
p.17 part 2
1. every-> any 2. (correct) 3. (correct) 4. isn't -> is / nothing -> anything 5. (correct) 6. somewhere -> everywhere 7. (correct) 8. (correct) 9. Anyone -> Everyone 10. Every -> Any
A Think about the personality traits required for each job. Mark each statement True (T) or False (F).
_____ 16. A civil engineer has to have an eye for detail.
_____ 17. A journalist has to be good with numbers.
_____ 18. A social worker has to be a people person.
_____ 19. A physical therapist has to be able to meet tight deadlines.
_____ 20. A surgeon has to stay calm under pressure.
B Match each phrase with its definition. Write the letter on the line.
_____ 21. retire early a. You can change the times you start and finish work.
_____ 22. do volunteer work b. You are forced to leave a job.
_____ 23. be fired c. You stop working before the official age.
_____ 24. work flextime d. You work less than the usual working hours.
_____ 25. work part-time e. You work for no pay because you want to.
In the old days, the only way to get your favorite pop song was to walk into a music store and buy a CD. But (1.) stays the same in the world of technology. When you talk to people today, they are all getting their music from the Internet. The result is that many music stores are experiencing dropping sales, and can often be virtually deserted.
Nowadays, it seems (2.) is downloading songs as digital files from the Internet and listening to them on MP3 players and cell phones. (3.) who still buys their music from a store is regarded as a dinosaur!
In fact, in the US, the list of the most popular songs is now based equally on sales in music stores and on the number of songs downloaded from the Internet. Recording companies have recognized the importance of this new way of distributing music and (4.) you could possibly want to hear is now available in digital form. From the latest avant-garde groups, to the most obscure medieval church music, there is always (5.) ready and willing to record even the most unusual piece of music and upload it onto the Internet.
Of course, (6.) that can be downloaded to one computer can also be downloaded to another illegally, and it’s free to trade tracks with your friends. But some musicians aren’t happy about this because it deprives them of royalties. They believe (7.) should be done to prevent what they feel is basically theft.
EX: There are no good shows to watch on TV. -> There is nothing to watch on TV.
1. None of the contestants won any prizes.
2. Would you like a glass of water?
3. We’ve been through all the files and we can’t find your application form.
4. I’m sorry, but we don’t have any hotel rooms available in July.
5. All the people on my street own cars.
6. I waited at the front desk for a long time but I couldn’t find a single person to help me.
7. We’ve got lots of silk dresses, but I’m afraid we have no silk dresses in your size.
8. Mei Ling ate every piece of her birthday cake.
· Angela works the s , so she sometimes has to sleep during the day.
· They closed down the factory and (v.) (prep.) my uncle, forcing him to leave his original job.
· That will do. (中譯： 。)
· She hates living away from her workplace. It takes her so much time to c t back and forth.
· What’s the disadvantage (= side) of taking that job?
· He (v.) (prep.) his father’s factory after his father’s retirement.
· Do you know how to separate egg white (prep.) egg yolk?
· (Before a meal) I wish you have a good app !
· Write down at least three different meanings of the word “fix”:
16. T 17. F 18. T 19. F 20. T
21. c 22. e 23. b 24. a 25. d
1. nothing 2. everybody 3. Anybody 4. everything 5. somebody 6. anything 7. something
1. Nobody won any prizes. 2. Would you like some water? 3. We’ve been through everything and we can’t find your application form. 4. I’m sorry but we don’t have
anything available in July. 5. Everyone on my street owns cars. 6. I waited at the front desk for a long time but I couldn’t find anybody to help me. 7. We’ve got lots of silk dresses, but I’m afraid we have nothing in your size. 8. Mei Ling ate all of her birthday cake.
night shift, laid off, 這樣就可以了, commute, downside, took over, from, appetite, 修理、毒品、固定的