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UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAMINATION ENGLISH LANGUAGE Duration : 2 ½ hours Please read the following instructions carefully. 1. This examination has TWO (2) sections – A and B, and comprises FIVE (5) printed pages. 2. Attempt all sections. 3 . Section A comprises 60 Multiple Choice questions and you are given 50 minutes to complete this section. Please use a 2B pencil to shade your answers on the optical mark sheet provided. 4. Section B comprises 2 comprehension passages and an item of essay. You are given 100 minutes to complete this section. Please use a ball-point pen to write your essay on the ruled answer sheets given to you. 5. Do not take any paper, including the question paper, out of the examination hall.
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2 SECTION A – Multiple Choice Questions (Time given : 50 minutes) This Section comprises 60 Multiple Choice questions that will test you on your ability to understand and use English in the following areas: A. Grammar B. Vocabulary C. Grammar Cloze D. Text Coherence E. Reading Comprehension (The following are examples of Grammar and Vocabulary questions. The correct answer to each of the questions is underlined.) 1 Choose the MOST APPROPRIATE RESPONSE to the following questions: 1.1 They need to achieve ____________ weight reduction of at least 40 per cent compared to steel materials in order to be effective. A. a B. an C. the 1.2 Pain is an unpleasant experience that compels changes in physical activity and this ____________ to _____________ in everyday behavior of the affected person, reported a research team at the Department of Physiology. A. may led // changes B. may lead // changes C. may led // change D. may lead // change 1.3 The equipment has deteriorated after years of poor ____. A. conservation B. maintenance C. restoration D. refurbishment 2. Choose the option that is NOT AN APPROPRIATE RESPONSE to the following questions: 2.1 There have been intense protests against the development of ____ in this region. A. nuclear reactor B. nuclear reactors C. a nuclear reactor D. the nuclear reactor 2.2 He did not give any ____ to my questions despite many written reminders. A. response B. answer C. reply D. reaction
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3 (The following is an example of a Text Coherence question) Read the following sentences and choose the order of sentences that is most appropriate to make a coherent paragraph. I. These figures play a significant role in framing current international policy debates about the future direction of global agriculture. II. In the last couple of years, scientists, politicians and agricultural industry representatives have been arguing that there is a need to increase global food production by 50% by the year 2030, and for food production to double by 2050 to meet future demand. III.
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