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خانه زبان انگلیسی - Cloze Passages: Series 3
دوشنبه 4 آذر 1392  07:33 ب.ظ



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Cloze Passage No.21

Most women in Ghana, an African country, whether educated or uneducated, …1… or rural, young or old, work to …2… income in addition to keeping their …3… as housewives and mothers. Most of Ghana’s …4… women are farmers and traders. …5… one women in five, or even fewer, can be …6… as simply housewives. That’s why family life is different there.

1.         a. social                       b. urban                       c. global                       d. domestic

2.         a. earn                          b. win                          c. manage                    d. support

3.         a. qualities                   b. issues                       c. roles                         d. records

4.         a. willing                     b. responsible              c. reasonable                d. working

5.         a. Between                  b. Whether                  c. Quite                       d. Only

6.         a. classified                 b. hypothesized           c. generalized              d. estimated

Cloze Passage No.22

Women have different kinds of problems throughout the world. In the Middle East, for …1…, women have always stayed at home. They were …2… for doing the housework. In fact, when women went out in …3…, they covered their faces and walked behind their …4… . Today the …5… of life is changing. Many women want to take an active role in the economy.

1.         a. example                   b. definition                c. reason                      d. explanation

2.         a. interested                 b. afraid                       c. responsible               d. bored

3.         a. care                          b. public                      c. result                        d. success

4.         a. husbands                 b. warning                   c. people                      d. hopes

5.         a. government             b. warning                   c. pattern                     d. importance

Cloze Passage No.23

Hunger is a …1… problem. Millions of people in developing countries and even in developed ones do not have enough food. Many …2… throughout the world are trying to find a solution to the problem of world hunger. Some of them …3… food for hungry people in Africa and many other poor countries in Asia and Latin America. …4… the others believe that it’s more important to help people …5… their own food, so they have programs to help people …6…their lives.

 

1.         a. natural                                 b. personal                   c. global                       d. medical

2.         a. organizations           b. situations                 c. operations                d. instructions

3.         a. react                         b. provide                    c. cause                        d. suggest

4.         a. So                            b. Since                       c. But                          d. When

5.         a. produce                   b. control                     c. research                   d. perform

6.         a. contain                     b. include                    c. compare                   d. improve

Cloze Passage No.24

Nearly 50% of all workers have jobs they aren’t happy with. Don’ let this …1… to you! If you want to find the …2… job, don’t rush to look through the advertisements in the newspapers. …3…, sit down and think about yourself. For each person, there are …4… jobs that might be right and others that are …5… wrong. If you think about …6… you are, you can easily make the right decision.

1.         a. rely                          b. happen                     c .face                          d. prevent

2.         a. honest                      b. terrible                     c. right                         d. usual

3.         a. Instead                    b. However                 c. Therefore                 d. Otherwise

4.         a. real                           b. modern                    c. secret                       d. certain

5.         a. properly                   b. probably                  c. luckily                      d. lastly

6.         a. who                         b. that                          c. which                       d. whose

Cloze Passage No.25

Global warming is having huge …1… on the Earth’s atmosphere, the weather, and the world climates. At least that’s the …2… of many researchers and scientists. What is global warning? It’s a slow …3… in the average yearly temperature of the …4… . But why does this happen and who has …5… it? The answer is clear: the human being; he’s the only one who is responsible for …6… the balance of the nature. His car …7… many gases to the air. His house is built where trees and plants must grow, and his factory …8… the rivers and kills many animals and fish.

1.         a. levels                       b. effects                     c. states                       d. layers

2.         a. content                    b. source                      c. method                    d. opinion

3.         a. progress                   b. increase                   c. degree                      d. pattern

4.         a. ocean                       b. region                      c. planet                       d. result

5.         a. behaved                   b. caused                     c. reflected                  d. lowered

6.         a. overcoming              b. expressing               c. distributing              d. containing

7.         a. adds                         b. reacts                       c. designs                    d. carries

8.         a. receive                     b. pollutes                    c. distracts                   d. radiated

Cloze Passage No.26

The sun is our greatest source of energy. We get only a small …1… of light from the stars. …2… we receive most of the light …3… for the living things from the sun. The sun radiates or …4… out  light in all directions. The earth receives this …5… from the sun. Actually the earth gets only a little of the radiated light which the sun produces.

1.         a. amount                    b. piece                        c. class                         d. record

2.         a. So as to                    b. Yet                          c. In order that            d. So

3.         a. prepared                  b. needed                    c. organized                 d. involved

4.         a. brings                       b. pulls                         c .sends                       d. takes

5.         a. radiation                  b. capacity                   c. condition                 d. contact

Cloze Passage No.27

A search engine is a search …1…  that collects information from the web by running an automatic …2… which visits large numbers of web pages. It …3…  this information in a database and searches it by keywords when it receives your search …4… . It then …5… you whit a list of sites that include your keyword(s) .

1.         a. reason                      b. person                      c. interest                     d. tool

2.         a. program                   b. trouble                     c. base                                      d. vehicle

3.         a. ignores                     b. warns                       c. stores                       d. answer

4.         a. thought                    b. request                     c. engine                      d. answer

5.         a. provides                   b. attracts                    c. moves                      d. advises

Cloze Passage No.28

All of the different branches of astronomy began with Galileo. He was the first person to use a/ an …1… to look at outer space. Before Galileo, many people thought that universe was a glass ball that …2… the Earth . They thought that the stars were holes in this …3… . Galileo noticed that this couldn’t be …4… because the stars were all at different …5… from the Earth. When he looked at the moon, he …6… that it was not a perfectly …7… ball as had been thought, but that …8… had mountains, valleys, and …9… . When Galileo looked at Jupiter, he got the biggest …10… of all. He could see four …11… orbiting this planet. If the …12… was centered on the Earth as most people had …13…, then why were these moons circling Jupiter?

 

1.         a. definition                 b. telescope                 c. explanation              d. microscope

2.         a. helped                      b. raised                       c. formed                     d. orbited

3.         a. liquid                       b. glass                        c. layer                         d. core

4.         a. true                          b. interested                c. strange                     d. confusing

5.         a. issues                       b. objects                     c. distances                  d. facts

6.         a. estimated                 b. realized                    c. influenced               d. ordered

7.         a. round                       b. real                          c. usual                        d. exciting

8.         a. there                        b. he                            c. they                         d. it

9.         a. moons                      b. planets                     c. craters                      d. people

10.       a. surprise                    b. feeling                     c. fear                          d. movements

11.       a. stars                         b. moons                      c. planes                     d. systems

12.       a. moon                       b. universe                   c. sun                           d. people

13.       a. struck                       b. discovered               c. invented                  d. thought

Cloze Passage No.29

Space refers to the region beyond the earth’s …1… . Since the space Age began with the …2… of the first artificial satellite in 1975, the word space has been …3… increasingly to form compounds describing …4… or activities related to space …5… . For example, the astronauts, who are also called spacemen, …6… in spaceships or spacecraft. They wear spacesuits and they take space walks.

1.         a. environment            b. atmosphere              c. climate                     d. period

2.         a. beginning                b. endeavor                  c. launching                 d. influence 

3.         a. used                        b. shown                      c. occurred                              d. meant

4.         a. accounts                  b. roles                         c. objects                     d. effects

5.         a. description               b. explanation              c. invention                 d. exploration

6.         a. travel                       b. take                         c. carry                        d. move

Cloze Passage No.30

Child domestic workers, the world’s unseen workers, stay alone in the house while their lives are controlled by their …1… . Trapped among four walls, millions of children are …2… night and day as domestic …3… in the homes of rich families. Child domestic workers generally have never …4… school or have failed to …5… their schooling. In some countries, historically children have …6… part of the work force for so long that working during …7… is often accepted as a normal way of life .

1.         a. members                  b. actors                       c. laborers                    d. employers

2.         a. working                   b. enjoying                  c. following                 d. covering

3.         a. flights                      b. problems                  c. servants                   d. actions

4.         a. attended                  b. informed                 c. controlled                d. prepared

5.         a. interest                     b. decide                     c. excite                       d. complete

6.         a. continued                b. formed                    c. ordered                    d. protected

7.         a. children                   b. universe                   c. season                      d. period

Answers:

Cloze Passage 21:   b   a   c   d   d   a

Cloze Passage 22:   a   c   b   a   c

Cloze Passage 23:   c   a   b   c   a   d

Cloze Passage 24:   b   c   a   d   b   a

Cloze Passage 25:   b   d   b   c   b   c   a   b

Cloze Passage 26:   a   b   b   c   a

Cloze Passage 27:   d   a   c    b   a

Cloze Passage 28:   b   d   b   a   c    b   a   d   c   a   b   b   d

Cloze Passage 29:   b   c   a   c   d   a

Cloze Passage 30:   c   a   c    a   d   b   d


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