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What does «plc» mean in the following message: «ILNY. It's a GR8 plc»? a) plane; b) plate; c) plan; d) place
Which name for the type of book would best fit the following statement: It's a powerful story that keeps you interested. a) fiction; b) folklore; c) diary; d) poetry.
Which London's museum would you visit to see wax figures of famous people? a) The national Gallery; b) The Tate Gallery; c) Madam Tussaud's; d) The British Museum.
Which cathedral is famous for its Whispering Gallery? a) St. Peter's Cathedral; b) St. Paul's Cathedral; c) St. Sophia Cathedral; d) St. Basil 's Cathedral.
The famous annual Festival of Music and Drama is held in one of the cities of Scotland. Do you know the name of the city? a) Glasgow; b) Aberdeen; c) Dundee; d) Edinburgh
Decide which of these foods a vegetarian wouldn't eat. a) fruit; b) cabbage; c) paprika; d) fried chicken.
What sports equipment do you need to play hockey? a) paddle; b) basket; c) puck; d) racket.
What do you think of when you hear the word junk food? a) hamburger with French fries; b) porridge; c) apple pie; d) chicken soup.
Here are some symptoms of one of the illnesses: a very high temperature, a bad headache, cough. Try to make a diagnosis. a) allergy; b) food poisoning; c) a common cold; d) flue.
Complete the following proverb: A bad wound ....... not a bad name. a) had cured; b) is cured; c) has cured; d) was cured.
Swimming and rowing are popular at Oxford and Cambridge. Boat racing takes place every spring on the Thames. Who takes part in the competitions? a) schoolchildren; b) teachers; c) students; d) professional sportsmen.
What country has borders with the following group of countries: Russia, Bilorus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova? a) Turkey; b) Ukraine c) Latvia; d) Greece.
People like to travel in a motorhome in Australia. What is a motorhome? a) motorbike; b) motorcycle; c) bus d) caravan.
What kind of film is «The Matrix»? a) a science fiction-action film; b) a western; c) a comedy; d) a war film.
Can you guess this riddle: What goes around the world and stays in a corner? a) postcard; b) letter; c) stamp d) badge;
In this group which word does not belong: Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James's Park, Jardins des Champs-Ely sees? a) Hyde Park; b) Kensington Gardens; c) St James 's Park; d) Gardens of Champs-Elysees.
Take care with the order of the adjectives that go with the noun «vase». Choose the correct variant. a) It's a new large white Chinese vase. b) It's a large white new Chinese vase. c) It's a large new white Chinese vase. d) It's a white large new Chinese vase.
In your opinion, what sight is described in the extract: It consists of a group of structures surrounded by two stone walls. It has served as a fortress, a palace, and a prison. Today it's a national monument and museum. a) The Tower of London; b) Buckingham Palace; c) Westminster Abbey; d) StPaul's Cathedral.
. Here are the opening paragraphs of four different books. Read them carefully. Which of them is a detective story? a) Once upon a time there lived in the north country a certain poor man and his wife, who had two cornfields, three cows, five sheep and thirteen children. b) The animal that lives the longest life is the tortoise. It sometimes lived between 300 and 400 years. c) The bag of a missing forty-year-old man was found abandoned in the wood in the morning as police continued to search for the man. d) The teacher asks the schoolboy why his homework in English is always better than his German one. The boy's answer is «It 's because my mummy does not know German».
Complete the sentence: The official symbol of the USA represents an eagle with wings outspread. It holds in the left claw a bundle of... and an olive twig in the right claw. a) books; b) sticks; c) rods; d) firewood.