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IELTS

Match the correct answer. Format of this test nothing like real IELTS, but your score may be the same.

Listening.
Part 1. Click on first sound file when ready. Answer questions while listening
1. What was the reason for the man to stop woman ?
A. to meet B. to make photos
C. to offer book D. to sell photos
2. Where does the woman live ?
A. California B. New York
C. Carribeans D. Bronx
3. Boy will reach the age of consent not early than in_______ years
A. 11 B. 4
C. 20 D. 6
4.Woman will loking for____
A. new job in modelling business B. man's works
C. letter from man D. interesting albums
5.Girl is_________
A. not mentioned B. international student
C. tourist from Greece D. postgraduate student
6. Who is father of the man ?
A. policeman B. doctor
C. peasant D.driver
7. Is man older than his brother ?
A. they are twins B. not
C. yes D. info not given
8. Is the man married ?
A. not mentioned B. divorced
C. Yes D. No
9. Does the girl live with her family now ?
A.Yes B.she's an orphan
C. No D. Yes, but is going to leave
10. The girl is from___
A. Greece B. Spain
C. Bronx D. not mentioned
11. The man is have to leave_______
A. because he's busy B. to meet his doctor
C. to see his couple D. not mentioned
12.The girl's name is
A. Allexandra B. Alexandreen
C. Alexandra D. Aleksandra
Part 2. Click on second sound file when ready. Answer questions while listening.
13. Constitution is a single document in ____
A. United Kingdom B. United States
C. all over the world D. nowhere
14. In general the term Constitution is____
A. law for citizens B. ways to govern country
C. unchangeable stem of legislation D. not mentioned
15. The Constitution of the United States was validated in _______
A. 1789 B. 1949
C. 1787 D. not mentioned
16. Constitutions in US,Germany, France are
A. written documents B. almost the same
C. adopted from US constitution D. not mentioned
17. In England ______
A. there are no constitution B. constitution was not legislated
C. constitution was created by Alexis de Tocqueville D. constitution is a collection of laws
18.The Bill of Rights is
A. most important law B. least important law
C.one of the most important laws D. unworkable now
19. The sources of English constitutional law are _____
A.complicated B. interesting
C. various D. old
20. Hansard is
A. minute B. record
C. parlament D. newspaper
21. The ennglish constitution is
A. rigid B. not flexible
C. flexible D. written
22.Fields in which Parliament is forbidden to legislate:______
A.none B.changes to constitution
C. private property D. public relations
Part 3. Click on third sound file when ready. Answer questions while listening
23. The Stratford Monument is located
A. inside Holy Trinity Church B. behind Holy Trinity Church
C. close to the poets grave D. near the authors grave
24. The monument
A. shows old Shakespeare B. shows young Shakespeare
C. is very interesting D. is very expensive
25. Martin Droeshout was
A. a young friend of Shakespeare B. fifty years younger than Shakespeare
C. an artist who illustrated Shakespeare's publication D. born after Shakespeare's death.
26.The Chandos Portrait_____
A. was made by Sir William Davenant B. is claimed to be a true portrait
C.was made in traditional manner D.belongs to Thomas Betterton
27. The Soest Portrait ____
A. is a copy of Chandos Portrait B.is the oldest portrait of Shakespeare
C. was made by Shakespeare's counterpart D. is, professionally, the best portrait of Shakespeare
28. A Funeral Elegie______
A.was unknown till 1983 B.was edited by Donald Foster
C.was a theme PhD thesis. D.stored at the University of California
29. Why the elegy was supposed to be Shakespeare's hand ?
A.Shakespeare's publisher proved it. B. not mentioned
C.it was indicated in 21-page pamphlet stored at Oxford's Bodleian Library. D. Shakespeare's signature was found in the text.
30. What was the reason to use computer program ?
A. to analyse the elegy B.to decipher writing
C. to make optical recognition D. not mentioned
31.The William Peter dead in the cause of _________
A. homosexual relationships B. gunshot wound
C. punctured wound D. theatrical connections
32.The summary of this essay.
A. It is necessary to shrine our literary heritage B. Shakespeare's works were analised for many years
C. There are still many unknown works of Shakespeare. D.It was proved that Shakespeare was bisexual
Reading

Text 1. Sea change. Coral is dying to tell us something.

Spend no more than 20 minutes answering questions 33-48.

1. Human activity in coastal areas is responsible for killing coral, say a pair of researchers who've been tracking coral disease. This means that local measures such as reducing soil run-off or sewage discharges might help save corals that fall ill. Sick coral also provides an early warning that entire ecosystems are in danger, according to the researchers.

2. For 20 years, marine biologists have watched in dismay as corals succumbed to a dozen apparently new infections. Now a global map of coral diseases has pointed the finger at human development of coastal zones.

3. Most coral diseases are known by their symptoms, such as white band or yellow pox. According to Laurie Richardson of Florida International University in Miami, only three of these coral ailments have a known cause.

4. The diseases can be devastating. During the 1980s, white band disease, caused by a bacterium related to cholera, nearly wiped out Acropora corals across the Caribbean, where they had dominated coral communities for at least 4000 years. The soil bacterium Aspergillus causes waves of mass mortality among gorgonian corals, or sea fans.

5. But until now, no one understood the pattern of disease: why Caribbean reefs were the hardest hit, for example. So to learn more about the causes of coral disease, Ed Green of the World Conservation Monitoring Centre in Cambridge and Andrew Bruckner of the US National Marine Fisheries Service in Silver Spring, Maryland, mapped coral diseases in the same way human epidemics are plotted.

6. They conclude that human activity is probably the major factor in areas already predicted to be suffering environmental stress. In the Caribbean, they found disease was most prevalent in areas threatened by a range of human activities including intense coastal development and overfishing.

7. The researchers suggest sick coral might be a good early warning signal for creeping damage to entire marine ecosystems, which can be hard to detect. "Coral diseases are big and visible," says Green. "If the relationship holds, they could signal when protective measures are needed." He likens corals around the world to canaries in coal mines. "And this canary is singing," he warns.

33. What is the best title for paragraph 2 ?
A. Corals warn B. Known diseases
C. Scientists prevent diseases D. People ruin ecosystem
E. Main reason of coral diseases F. Attack of new infections
G. The aftermath of diseases H. Scientists study reasons
34.What is the best title for paragraph 3 ?
A. Corals warn B. Known diseases
C.Scientists prevent diseases D. People ruin ecosystem
E. Main reason of coral diseases F. Attack of new infections
G. The aftermath of diseases H. Scientists study reasons
35. What is the best title for paragraph 4 ?
A. Corals warn B. Known diseases
C. Scientists prevent diseases D. People ruin ecosystem
E. Main reason of coral diseases F. Attack of new infections
G. The aftermath of diseases H. Scientists study reasons
36. What is the best title for paragraph 5 ? occurrence.
A. Corals warn B. Known diseases
C. Scientists prevent diseases D. People ruin ecosystem
E. Main reason of coral diseases F. Attack of new infections
G. The aftermath of diseases H. Scientists study reasons
37. What is the best title for paragraph 6 ?
A. Corals warn B. Known diseases
C. Scientists prevent diseases D. People ruin ecosystem
E. Main reason of coral diseases F. Attack of new infections
G. The aftermath of diseases H. Scientists study reasons
38. What is the best title for paragraph 7 ?
A. Corals warn B. Known diseases
C. Scientists prevent diseases D. People ruin ecosystem
E. Main reason of coral diseases F. Attack of new infections
G. The aftermath of diseases H. Scientists study reasons
39.People and corals coexist in harmony
A. True B. False
C. Not Given
40. US National Marine Biology Institute provide serious research on corals diseases
A. True B. False
C. Not Given
41. Intensities of coral diseases and technological impact have the same tendency
A. True B. False
C. Not Given
42.All coral diseases are known by their symptoms
A. True B. False
C. Not Given