1.1. People who clicked on something they should not have on the internet can ________ spread a virus to take control of their computers.
(A) cautiously (B) inadvertently (C) eminently (D) massively
2.2. ________ in his football uniform, Martin seemed to be unusually muscular.
(A) Having dressed (B) Dress (C) Dressing (D) Dressed
3.3. Had I known that you were taking the same route to school as we, I would _______ you riding in the same car with John and me.
(A) have suggested (B) suggest (C) suggested (D) be suggesting
4.4. Write down the events in ____ order, that is, in the order in which they happened.
(A) chronological (B) particular (C) alphabetical (D) insurmountable
5.5. As more of our time is spent in the ____ world, less is spent in the presence of others to have “old fashioned” conversations.
(A) immediate (B) actual (C) virtual (D) mobile
6.6. People are saving Word documents, spreadsheets and photos in “the cloud”, a Web-based file cabinet ____ from any device with an Internet
(A) extricable (B) exchangeable (C) accessible (D) retrievable
7.7. The response to our appeal for help has been rather ____. Very few people have come forward.
(A) satisfactory (B) disappointing (C) positive (D) unconfirmed
8.8. I can’t go to the movies with you on Sunday, but I’ll take a rain check.
(A) go another time (B) buy a two-for-one ticket (C) attend a special matinee (D) never go again
9.9. ____ after Roosevelt’s presidency did law makers pass a bill limiting a president to two terms in office.
(A) Until (B) Not until (C) That (D) While
10.10. The young actress made her ____ in a comedy that turned out to be a huge success. How lucky!
(A) debut (B) break (C) mind (D) line
11.11. Though Irene uses heavy make-up, her wrinkles still ____ her age.
(A) perceive (B) prevent (C) sacrifice (D) reveal
12.12. His handwriting is so bad that it is barely ___.
(A) legible (B) edible (C)evangelical (D) gobble
13.13. The term _______ in assessment refers to the extent to which a test measures what it is supposed to measure.
(A) reliability (B) validity (C) question (D) meaning
14.14. A(n) _______ is a person whose continued or excessive drinking results in impairment of personal health, disruption of family and social
relationships, and loss of economic security.
(A) workaholic (B) shopaholic (C) alcoholic (D) chocoholic
15.15. Persons with _____ may have difficulty remembering, recognizing, and/or reversing written letters, numbers, and words, might read backwards,
and have poor handwriting.
(A) dyslexia (B) insomnia (C) diabetes (D) diarrhea
16.16. By picking on someone who is weak, shy, or insecure, _______ show that they are in control, and can actually draw the approval of more popular
peers who dislike the victim.
(A) leaders (B) cheaters (C) protestors (D) bullies
17.17. Children use language for a range of purposes. They have to learn to develop different ______, different forms of language that accomplish their
purposes in different contexts.
(A) tones (B) sounds (C) registers (D) homonyms
18.18. She is a very good speaker. Even the least motivated students can be encouraged by her ______ speeches and gain confidence.
(A) expiring (B) expired (C) inspiring (D) inspired
19.19. She went to a high school where male and female students attended the same school facility. She went to a ______ school.
(A) private (B) public (C) boarding (D) coeducation
20.20. The teacher put all the students of similar reading ability in the same group for her teaching. She is using ___________ grouping to teach her
(A) homogeneous (B) homocentric (C) heterogeneous (D) heteroclite
21.21. Using the technique of _______, including displaying visual aids, modeling, and activating students’ prior knowledge, may help students to
understand new information and ideas.
(A) lecturing (B) scaffolding (C) gaming (D) salvaging
22.22. Positive support and encouragement by both parents and teachers are the keys to developing a happy and successful student. In other words,
parents and teachers are _______ in a child’s education.
(A) rivals (B) foes (C) allies (D) colleagues
23.23. Some of my students are outgoing and _______. I sometimes have trouble getting them to stop talking.
(A) extroverted (B) extreme (C) extravagant (D) extractable
24.24. After the devastating earthquake, even the slightest after-shocks can cause in a _______ among the victims.
(A) pleasure (B) panic (C) process (D) properganda
25.25. He was an effective story-teller, and his account of adventures among savage tribesmen _______ thrilling to both Joey and me.
(A) were (B) was (C) being (D) to be
26.26. Extrinsic Motivation can be contrasted _____ Intrinsic Motivation, a highly desired form of incentive that stems from a person's internal desire
for self-satisfaction or pleasure in performing the task itself.
(A) in (B) with (C) on (D) from
27.27. If you are run down and ________, your ability to cope with stress can be severely hampered.
(A) worn out (B) turned out (C) shut out (D) cleaned out
28.28. When we go to my parents’ tomorrow, we should ______ a bottle of wine with us.
(A) take (B) have taken (C) bring (D) be bringing
29.29. Women and men are both susceptible _____ the disease, and both are carriers.
(A) to (B) in (C) on (D) from
30.30. There are several teaching approaches that prepare students to communicate and to cope _______ academic work in schools.
(A) in (B) on (C) for (D) with
31.31. I can’t give you answers __________, but I can look it up and give you the information later.
(A) off on the wrong foot (B) off top of my head (C) off the hook (D) off the record
32.32. I have no idea what I will be asked in the interview. I can only ______.
(A) cry over spilt milk (B) count chickens before they hatch
(C) play it by ear (D) get over it
33.33. The problem was not as bad as what he described. He was ________________.
(A) making a mountain out of a molehill (B) biting off more than he could chew
(C) beating around the bush (D) crossing his fingers
34.34. When he told Mary that he had won the lottery, he was only _________ . He did not win any money.
(A) keeping an eye on her (B) crossing her fingers (C) breaking a leg (D) pulling her leg
35.35. Mary and John are always fighting. Although they blame each other for starting the fights, actually _______________.
(A) it is a small world after all (B) it takes two to tango
(C) you can’t judge a book by its cover (D) your guess is as good as mine