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Felix and Nancy

Felix and Nancy held A15 ____ as they walked together through the crowded stores of Fashion Place Mall. It was a cold winter day outside and even though the A16 ____wasn't bathing in riches, they thought it might be fun to "window" shop. Felix led his girlfriend into an electronics store. He smiled when he A17 ____ there a huge collection of wide-screen TV's.
"Just A18 ____ this!" he said aloud. "This is the right size for our family room! We could invite all of our friends over, put on some DVDs, and serve some drinks and appetizers…"
He laughed. Nancy laughed with him and added, "We could have an Indiana Jones marathon."
The salesperson asked them if his assistance was needed.
"Nah, we're just A19 ____ ," Felix explained.
"Ok. Let me know if you have any questions."
The jewelry store was next. Nancy went directly for the emeralds. They were her favorite!
Without warning, she caught Felix by his sleeve and pointed to a sparkling emerald ring on either side. "Look at how gorgeous it is," she said in an excited whisper. "And it's just my size!"
Nancy asked the jeweler if she could try it A20 ____ .
She was right. It fit her A21 ____.

1) arms 2) hands 3) fingers 4) palms

1) team 2) pair 3) group 4) collective

1) founded 2) opened 3) explored 4) found

1) look for 2) look after 3) look through 4) look at

1) seeing 2) watching 3) looking 4) observing

1) on 2) by 3) with 4) over

1) good 2) better 3) perfectly 4) perfect

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The National Maritime Museum is set in
B12 the ___________________ surroundings of BEAUTY

Greenwich park.

Within the complex of the museum there

B13 is a wide _________________ of objects, VARY

displays and paintings. The collections

relate to the shipping, astronomy

B14 and ____________________. NAVIGATE

The museum tells the story of figures of great

B15 ____________________ to Britain’s history, IMPORTANT

such as Lord Nelson and captain James Cook.

Galleries and exhibitions are often updated

B16 to bring back into view __________________ DIFFER

parts of the huge hidden collections of the

B17 museum which is _______________ all over FAME

the country.
В18 This visit will be an ___________________ FORGET


B12 beautiful
B13 variety
B14 navigation
B15 importance
B16 different
B17 famous
B18 unforgettable

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Mrs Garstin was a hard, cruel, managing and ambitious woman. Coming to Hong
Kong on her marriage, she found it hard to reconcile herself to the fact that her social
position was A21 _______________ by her husband’s occupation.
Of course everyone was very kind, and for two or three months they went out to
parties almost every night, but she understood quickly that as the wife of a
bacteriologist she was of no particular consequence.
“It’s too absurd,” she told her husband. “There’s hardly anyone here that one would
bother about for five minutes at home”.
“It is rather funny when you think of all the people who used to come to our house at
home that here we should be A22 _______________ like dirt,” she said,
laughing in A23 _______________ that what she said might not seem snobbish.
She was the daughter of a solicitor in Liverpool, and Bernard Garstin had met her
there. He had seemed then a young man of A24 _______________ and her
father said he would go far, but he hadn’t.
He was painstaking, industrious and capable, but he had not the will to advance
himself. Mrs Garstin despised him. But she recognized that she could only achieve
success through him, and she set herself to drive him on the way she desired to go.
She discovered that if she wanted him to do something which his sensitiveness
revolved against she had only to give him no peace and eventually, exhausted, he
would give A25 ________________.
Still he made no headway as a leader. But he A26 _______________
any disappointment he may have felt, and if he reproached his wife it was in his
His daughters had never looked upon him as anything but a source of income; and
now, understanding that through his A27 _______________ money was less
plentiful, the indifference they had felt for him was tinged with contempt.
He was a stranger to them, but because he was their father they A28 __________
it for granted that he should love and cherish them.

A21 1) decided 2) determined 3) revealed 4) fixed

A22 1) treated 2) dealt 3) taken 4) regarded

A23 1) case 2) fact 3) condition 4) order

A24 1) luck 2) promise 3) hope 4) expectation

A25 1) away 2) over 3) in 4) off

A26 1) held 2) kept 3) experienced 4) concealed

A27 1) guilt 2) fault 3) blame 4) inability

A28 1) got 2) supposed 3) assumed 4) took

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А22 1
А23 4
А24 2
А25 3
А26 4
А27 2
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