Your answer: Mistakes Corrections Mistakes Corrections 1. 6. 2. 7. 3. 8. 4. 9. 5. 10. Part IV. Give the correct tense or form of the verbs in brackets to complete the following sentences. Write your answer in the numbered space given below. (5.0 points) 1.His greatest ambition is (choose) _________ to take part in the next Olympic Games.
2.I’d rather (go)_______ to his birthday party last night.
3.(write) _________ the letter, she put it carefully in an envelope.
4.By the time your brother (return) _______here next year, the city will have changed a lot.
5.The car broke down. But for that, we (be) _______ in time.
Your answers: 3.
2. 5. SECTION D. READING COMPREHENSION (20 points) Part I. Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word. Write your answer in the numbered space given below. (5.0 points) Vitamins are good for our (1) ____, aren’t they? Perhaps not. New research suggests that rather than ward
off disease, high doses of certain vitamins may (2) _____more harm than good and could even put you in
an early grave. A variety of recent studies suggest that far from improving health, these vitamins, (3)
____taken in very high doses, may actually increase the (4) ____of cancer and a range of debilitating
diseases, a discovery (5) ____has sent medical world into a spin. Scientists are unsure as to why vitamins,
so essential to health, can be toxic in high doses. The most likely explanation is that the body (6) ____
only equipped to deal with the levels found naturally in (7) ____ environment. If the intake is too far
above the normal range, then the body’s internal chemistry can be shunted out of alignment. (8) ____ this
means is that the commercially sold vitamins and those provided by nature are not always compatible.
The commercial forms may interfere (9) ____ the body’s internal chemistry by ‘crowding out’ the (10)
____natural and beneficial forms of nutrients.