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خانه زبان انگلیسی - Cloze Passages: Series 4
دوشنبه 4 آذر 1392  07:32 ب.ظ



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Cloze Passage No.31

When we hear the word pollution, most of us think of air pollution. …1…, there is …2…  kind of pollution called noise pollution. We are …3… surrounded by sounds which awake us, put us to sleep, entertain us, and annoy us. The fact is that most people think of so much noise to be …4…. This fact upsets me.

1.         a. In return                  b. However                 c. Furthermore             d. As a result

2.         a. another                    b. any                          c. few                          d. both

3.         a. rudely                      b. rapidly                     c. comfortably             d. constantly 

4.         a. normal                     b. available                  c. main                         d. final

Cloze Passage No.32

Space probes are made to do scientific …1… in space. They do not have people on them. Most probes are not …2… to return to Earth. Some of them have …3… on other planets, while others have …4… past the planets and taken pictures of them. There are even some probes that go into …5… around other planets and study them for a long time. The information they …6… is used to help us understand the weather and other changes which happen on other planets .

1.         a. experiences              b. references                c. experiments             d. preparations

2.         a. designed                  b. attracted                  c. performed                d. advised

3.         a. landed                     b. affected                   c. collected                  d. switched

4.         a. stuck                        b. thrown                     c. struck                       d. flown

5.         a. orbit                         b. star                          c. race                          d. speed

6.         a. collect                      b. manufacture            c. invent                      d. decide

Cloze Passage No.33

School represents the most important means of drawing children away from the labor marker. Studies have …1… not going to school with increased levels of child …2… . School provides children with …3… and the chance to understand their roles in …4… . However, one must think of some problems. First, child laborers won’t go to these schools without a/ an …5… change in their condition because by going to school , they …6… all their earning. Another problem is that a child may want to work and have a/ an …7… at the same time. In fact, many children have to work to go to school.

1.         a. related                     b. produced                c. decreased                d. controlled

2.         a. interest                     b. employment            c. action                       d. argument

3.         a. earning                     b. labor                       c. problem                   d. guidance

4.         a. society                     b. effect                      c. experience               d. decision

5.         a. industrial                 b. economic                 c. construction             d. preparation

6.         a. get                           b. catch                        c. take                          d. lose

7.         a. income                     b. support                    c. education                 d. labor

Cloze Passage No.34

A satellite is a body that moves in a/ an …1… around a larger body. Our moon is a satellite of Earth. Earth and the eight other …2… are satellites of the sun. These are …3… satellites. The Earth has many man-made satellites too. Most …4… satellites are used for research and communication.

Communication satellites have had the greatest …5… on our daily lives. These satellites are like a big mirror for radio and television signals. A television signal is sent from one region high into space and …6… the satellite. Then it will be …7… toward another region in the world, where it will be …8… by other television stations.

 

1.         a. field                         b. phase                       c. base                         d. orbit 

2.         a. plants                       b. planes                      c. planets                     d. plans

3.         a. certain                      b. natural                     c. constant                   d. special

4.         a. actual                       b. general                     c. individual                d. artificial

5.         a. effect                       b. value                        c. contact                     d. feature

6.         a. hits                           b. orbits                       c. traps                         d. saves

7.         a. involved                  b. created                    c. directed                   d. considered

8.         a. given up                   b. taken off                 c. picked up                 d. turned off

 

Cloze Passage No.35

As far as we are …1…, our planet is the only one which has life on it. However, some of the other ones may have simple …2… of life on them. A few scientists believe that life might also …3… in other solar systems.

Although space …4… has already begun, it will be many years before we learn the …5… of even our nearest neighbor, the moon.

1.         a. proper                      b. aware                       c. exact                        d. possible

2.         a. forms                       b. titles                        c. aspects                     d. parts

3.         a. cause                        b. place                        c. join                          d. exist

4.         a. organization             b. exploration              c. transportation          d. communication

5.         a. issues                       b. secrets                     c. purposes                  d. layers

Cloze Passage No.36

Even thought the internet is a global network, in many ways it looks like a small town with similar …1… . Let’s say you want to send or …2…  mail. The internet has electronic post …3… . There are online …4… with millions of books and magazines you can read any time. Chat rooms are the …5…  equivalent of twenty-four hour coffee shops. The World Wide Web is like a …6… supermarket, where you can shop, watch a movie, listen to radio stations, etc.

1.         a. difficulties               b. bothers                    c. services                    d. people

2.         a. reply                        b. compose                  c. attach                       d. receive

3.         a. people                      b. offices                     c. problems                  d. snails

4.         a. libraries                    b. shops                       c. galleries                   d. schools

5.         a. information              b. communication        c. society                     d. internet

6.         a. tiny                          b. famous                    c. giant                        d. constant

Cloze Passage No.37

Letters, reports, and …1…  can be easily prepared on …2… computers, because the user can see on the monitor what the text will look …3… when printed. The …4… of writing is made even easier by programs that …5… spelling and grammar before printing …6… a wide choice of fonts is …7… which helps make the text much more beautiful.

1.         a. movements              b. documents               c. agreements              d. instruments

2.         a. personal                   b. scientific                  c. successful                d. specific

3.         a. after                        b. at                             c. like                          d. for

4.         a. link                         b. task                           c. mass                         d. field

5.         a. cause                        b. share                        c. form                         d. check

6.         a. although                  b. because                    c. furthermore                         d. however

7.         a. available                  b. immediate               c. definite                    d. effective

Cloze Passage No.38

One of the advantages of robots is that they can work in …1… that are dangerous or …2…  harmful for human laborers. For example, the …3… smell of paint has a harmful effect …4… painters but it doesn’t …5… a robot.

They can also be used in nuclear power plants or in undersea research …6… or in space. Another important field of …7…  is in automobile factories. There robots have taken the place of men in most stages of …8… .

 

1.         a. destinations                         b. situations                 c. predictions               d. conclusions

2.         a. too                           b. so much                   c. such                         d. much

3.         a. direct                       b. addictive                 c. continuous               d. specific

4.         a. in                             b. on                            c. for                            d. about

5.         a. remove                     b. ignore                      c. prevent                    d. bother

6.         a. statements               b. development           c. stations                    d. projections

7.         a. activity                    b. variety                     c. victory                     d. quality

8.         a. transportation          b. position                   c. expression                d. production

Cloze Passage No.39

Albert Schweitzer was born in 1875. While He was at university, he first decided to study music, …1… he was interested in all …2… of musical activities. But ten years after that, he suddenly decided to work for people less …3… than he was. When he was 29, he read a newspaper article about the …4… of people in Africa. Schweitzer decided to become a   …5… and work in these  …6… . When he finished  …7… medicine, he went there with his wife   …8… was a trained nurse. Together they built a hospital in Gabon. He spent the   …9… of his life in this hospital and nursed the sick.

 

1.         a. so that                      b. although                  c. because                    d. however

2.         a. means                      b. kinds                       c. signs                        d. tasks

3.         a. fortunate                  b. reasonable               c. available                  d. active

4.         a. nature                      b. sufferings                c. development            d. reactions

5.         a. reporter                    b. scientist                   c. musician                  4) doctor

6.         a. injuries                     b. contents                   c. organs                      d. regions

7.         a. to study                   b. had studied                         c. studying                  d. study

8.         a. who                                     b. whose                      c. which                       d. whom

9.         a. from                         b. cause                       c. rest                           d. norm

Cloze Passage No.40

We often hear and read about different …1… and opposite comments in science and technology. For example, will …2… from electronic instruments negatively change or destroy the …3…? Should …4… scientists changegenes to prevent genetic diseases or to …5… ‘more perfect’ human being? …6… people are discussing about these and other …7…, technology continues to influence every …8… of everyday life: the home, health and education, entertainment, and so on.

 

1.         a. issues                       b. result                       c. cues                                     d. states

2.         a. radiation                  b. protection                c. communication        d. invention

3.         a. condition                 b. relationship              c. warning                   d. environment

4.         a. economical              b. medical                    c. artificial                   d. general

5.         a. combine                   b. prepare                    c. create                       d. arrange

6.         a. Since                        b. Because                   c. Although                 d. While

7.         a. unions                      b. subjects                   c. sources                     d. documents

8.         a. device                      b. base                         c. sample                     d. aspect

Answers:

Cloze Passage 31:   b   a   d   a

Cloze Passage 32:   c   a   a   d   a   a

Cloze Passage 33:   a   b   a   a   b   d   a

Cloze Passage 34:   d   c   b   d   a   a   c   c

Cloze Passage 35:   b   a   d    b   b

Cloze Passage 36:   c   d   b   a   d   c

Cloze Passage 37:   c   a   c   b   d   b   a

Cloze Passage 38:   b   a   c   b   d   c   a   d

Cloze Passage 39:   c   b   a    b   d   d   c   a   c

Cloze Passage 40:   a   a   d    b   c   c   b   d


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