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سوالات چهار گزینه ای درس چهار سال چهارم دبیرستان

Choose the correct answer.

1. Peter is not ………to get this job.

a) experienced enough       b) such experienced
c) too experienced              d) so experienced  

 2. The weather was ……… that we decided to stay at home.

a) such cold     b) so cold     c) cold enough     d) too cold  

3. It was ………test that half of the students couldn’t pass it.

a) so hard      b) such a hard    c) hard enough    d) too hard

4. Sorry , I couldn’t call you, I was ………busy yesterday.

a) so             b) such          c) enough          d) too  

5. Do you have ………money to buy this car ?

a) too          b) so            c) such           d) enough  


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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 15 فروردین 90

روز 15 فروردین 90

One of the most famous books in the world is the Gutenberg Bible. As much as half a million dollars ………1……. For a single copy of it. it gets its name ……2…….Johann Gutenbrg is supported to have printed it. but ……3…….an early printer name Schoeffer printed it instead. Gutenberg is often called the inventor of printing. Most people, when they talk about the invention of printing, ……4…. Printing with ……5……type letters. But Gutenberg did not invent printing of this kind.

1.  a. had paid             b. has paid          

    c. had been paid       d. has been paid

2. a. although    b. however     c. because      d. whereas

3. a. probably    b. firmly  c. primarily    d. powerfully

4. a. create      b. mean       c. provide          d. attach

5. a. appropriate   b. similar   c. reflected    d. separate

 

Answers:

1. c. had been paid       2. c. because      3. a. probably   

4. b. mean       5. d. separate

کنکور سال 89 رشته ی ریاضی

One of the reasons why human beings become such a successful and dominant species in the world is because of the ability we have to cooperate with each other, to work in groups. Groups may form a wide variety of purposes, some informal, such as a gathering of friends, others formal, such as a committee.

Formal groups often develop strict rules about procedure. A committee may appoint a chairperson, a secretary, and a treasurer. The group will have rules about how a meeting is to be conducted. After the meeting, a formal record of what happened will be made and distributed to members. Some groups of this sort, such as a commercial company, will have an order in which communication conforms to rule, a person may be given orders by someone above, and then pass orders down to someone below. People will communicate with those above them in the grading, those below them, and those on the same level as themselves.

Even in an informal group, communication is always more complicated than it is between two individuals. Some people feel every nervous when they are in a group; they might either keep quiet and say nothing at all, or else they may start speaking and never want to stop. To work well in a group, you have to learn to listen as well as to speak, and you must be prepared to change your mind, or to agree to cooperation with other people present. No group works well if its members are selfish and stubborn.

 

1. What is the best title for the passage?

a. Secrets of Social Life          b. Formal and Informal Groups

c. Communication of Dominant Species         d. Human Relations in Groups

 

2. The word “it” in paragraph 3 refers to …………….

a. formal group           b. individual       

c. communication       d. informal group

 

3. The word “strict” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ………..

a. correct               b. exact         c. perfect        d. private

 

4. What is the main idea of the second paragraph?

a. People should learn how to hold a meeting.       

b. In companies, orders are given to people in a strict way.          

c. In formal groups, people only communicate with those above them.       

d. Members of formal groups cooperate with each other according to certain rules.

 

5. It can be understood from the passage that to communicate well in a group, you need to ……...

a. listen better than you speak       

b. be open to ideas different from yours        

c. learn how to make all members think like you      

d. agree with all the selfish and stubborn members

 

Answers:

1. b. Formal and Informal Groups

2. c. communication      

3. b. exact        

4. d. Members of formal groups cooperate with each other according to certain rules.

5. b. be open to ideas different from yours  

Dialects develop when groups of people in the same geographical area have little contact. This can happen when people ……1……apart by economic, political, or social ……2……. Sometimes a group of people will ……3…….. emphasize the difference between their speech and that of other groups, because they want to have a “special language” of their own. Some people may feel that one ……4…. style, speaking is the “correct” way to talk, but they usually have in mind the ……5……. of more powerful groups in society. The speech of such a group is simply another dialect.

1. a. keep             b. are kept   

   c. will keep   d. will have been kept

2. a. ratings         b. scenes                c. conditions          d. connections

3. a. properly              b. physically 

    c. imperatively       d. considerably

4. a. particular   b. economical   c. artificial   d. populated

5. a. device      b. speech       c. sample        d. statement

 

Answers:

1. b. are kept    2. c. conditions       3. d. considerably      4. a. particular    5. b. speech

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 14 فروردین 90

روز 14 فروردین 90

The winter sun is not very warm as its shines its weak light ever snow covered hills and farms of New England.

Fred White ……1…..his horses home from the ……2…… He is thinking about the good food that is ……3….. for him at home and warm kitchen where his wife is cooking the evening ……4….. The horses ……5…….. move down the snow-covered road. Fred expects to be home by six o’clock.

1.  a. is driving        b. drives       c. drove      d. will drive

2. a. ground    b. underpass     c. destination          d. field

3. a. preparing    b. waiting    c. searching   d. designing

4. a. desert            b. variety          c. fuel              d. meal

5. a. publicly          b. briefly           c. easily        d. really

 

Answers:

1. a. is driving        2. d. field     3. a. preparing    4. d. meal     5. c. easily   

 

کنکور سال 89 رشته ی هنر

Even when are asleep the body needs energy. The more active a person is, the more energy the body uses. The energy comes from the chemical “burning” of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and certain substances such as alcohol.

The energy values of different foods can be measured by burning them in a special small oven called a calorimeter. Energy in food is often measured in calories. One kilocalorie, usually written as kcal or Calorie (with a capital C), is the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by 1ºCelsius. In fact, the Calorie is a unit of heat, not energy. In the modern system of measurements, energy is measured in joules. (1 calorie equals 4.2 kilojoules.) You can find the calorie content of almost any food by looking in a slimming magazine or book.

An adult needs, on average, a little under 3000 Calories a day. A manual worker would need 4000 or more, because of the energy used up in physical activity. Children, who are growing and also very active, need extra Calories as well. As people become older they need fewer Calories, partly because they are physically less active and partly because some of their body tissues become chemically less active.

 

1. The best title for the passage is ……………..

a. Carbohydrates          b. Energy and Food

c. Fats an Proteins         d. Chemical Burning

 

2. According to the passage, the energy values of foods can be measured by…………….

a. chemicals           b. the use of boiling water       

c. the activity of the person       d. burning them in a calorimeter

 

3. The passage points out that Calorie is actually a unit of  …………….

a. heat               b. joules         c. energy        d. Celsius

 

4. Which of the following is likely to need fewer Calories?

a. Adults        b. Manual workers           c. Women        d. Old people

 

5. 12.6 kilojoules equal ………………calories.

a. 1         b. 2         c. 3       d. 4

Answers:

1. d. Chemical Burning

2. a. chemicals          

3. a. heat       

4. d. Old people

5. c. 3  

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 13 فروردین 90

 

روز 13 فروردین 90

 The chief product of the Persian Gulf is oil. The Gulf and neighbouring countries ……1……about 20 percent of the world’s oil. Offshore ……2……has shown that there are large stores of oil and gas below the Gulf itself.  ……3……tankers carry oil from the terminals at Khark Island, Dhahran, and other ……4……to all parts of the world. Many traditional industries ……5……pearl and fishing have decreased as production of oil has grown in importance.

1.  a. compose       b. produce     c. increase     d. include

2. a. invention            b. constitution

    c. organization       d. exploration

3. a. Huge      b. Populated        c. Firm          d. Distant

4. a. unions     b. passengers   c. formations    d. locations

5. a. besides    b. so on      c. such as      d. in other words

 Answers:

1. b. produce     2. d. exploration      3. a. Huge      4. d. locations      5. c. such as 

کنکور سال 89 رشته ی هنر

John Milton (1608-74) is usually thought of as the greatest of all English poets after Shakespeare. His most magnificent poem is Paradise Lost (1667), which tells the story of God’s dealing with mankind, from the creation of the world, as told in Bible.

Milton was born in London and went to St. Paul’s school, where he was so eager to learn that, he said, “From the twelfth year of my age I scarce ever went to bed before midnight”. At 16 he went to Christ’s College, Cambridge, and when he left after more than seven years he settled down to continue studying in a Buckinghamshire village called Horton. Already he knew that he wanted to write a great poem and he believed that to do this he must be not only a learned man but also a good one.

Although he was ready yet to begin his great task, Milton did write other poems while he lived at Horton. Among them were L’Allegro and II Penseroso (both 1631-32). L’Allegro described the things that a cheerful man likes and II Penseroso the things a serious man likes. Also written at Horton were Cpmus (1634), a masque in praise of purity, and Lycidas (1637), a beautiful, sad poem lamentin the death of Edward king, a fellow-student who had been drowned.

 

1. The passage is mainly about ……….

a. Milton’s early life        

b. Milton’s life and work

c. the way the Bible influenced Milton

d. why Shakespeare is considered a better poet than Milton

 

2. The passage points out that Milton started his school  …………….

a. when he was 10             b. at St. Paul’s School        

c. in Christ’s College        d. because he lived in london

 

3. From the sentence, “I scarce ever went to bed before midnight” we conclude that Milton …………….

a. had sleeping problems          b. stayed up studying        

c. was not tired               d. loved the night time

 

4. After than seven years at Christ’s College, John Milton…………………

a. was not interested in poems yet              

b. believed that he had to be a learned man        

c. settled down to continue studying in Holton       

d. felt he needed peace and quiet

 

5. Which statement about Milton’s poems is NOT true?

a. Milton did not write any poems while he was in Holton.

b. L’Allegro described the things that a cheerful man likes.

c. II Penseroso described the things that a serious man likes.

d. He also wrote, Comus, a masque in praise of purity an Lycidas.

Answers:

1. b. Milton’s life and work

2. b. at St. Paul’s School        

3. b. stayed up studying        

4. c. settled down to continue studying in Holton 

5. a. Milton did not write any poems while he was in Holton.

 

 

 

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 12 فروردین 90

 

روز 12 فروردین 90

Victor Hugo is a famous character in literature. He was the son of a general who ……1…..in the armies of Napoleon I. Hugo went to Paris with his mother at the age of ten. His first book of poetry was so …2…….that he decided to be writer. He became a chief ……3…….of the Romantic movement, which was trying to change styles and themes of writing. He published ……4….of literary works such as: novels, plays and epic poetry. Many of his novels and plays ……5……his interest in politics. After France became a republic Hugo returned to Paris as a hero. In 1878 he fell ill and died.

1.  a. hired         b. located        c. served       d. joined

2. a. successful     b. aware      c. flexible     d. explicit

3. a. winner   b. laborer     c. foreigner       d. member

4. a. any       b. a lot      c. much         d. a little

5. a. prepared   b. reacted     c. reflected    d. entered

 

Answers:

1. c. served       2. a. successful      3. b. laborer     4. b. a lot      5. c. reflected   

کنکورسال 89 زبان های خارجی

Archaeology is the name given to one of the sciences through which people can find out about their past. It derives from two Greek words which mean “the study of old things”. Through archaeology it is possible to learn about human beings who lived before any history was written to tell us about them. An archaeologist looks at the things people made and left behind them, and tries to understand from them what the people were like and how they lived.

Many archaeological discoveries are made by digging up the ground in places where people are believed to have lived. The remains of their cities are nearly always below ground, because when one city was destroyed a new one was often built on top of it, burying the old one underneath. Gradually layers of soil and rubbish were piled up over the old remains.

Prehistoric archaeology in the study of human being before history began to be written. It is carried out by very careful excavation (digging). There may also be traces of the activities of prehistoric people visible on the ground, such as earthworks and marks of filled-in holes. Something may also be learned from objects such as flint tools picked up from the surface.

 

1. Which is the best definition for archaeology?

a. It is the written materials of past events.        

b. It is the history of people who lived in Greece.

c. It is the science of learning about what people made in the past.

d. It is the science of finding out about the life of people in the past.

 

2. The word “derives” in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to  …………….

a. comes          b. explores         c. gets        d. operates

 

3. According to the passage, archaeological discoveries are made by …………….

a. digging up the ground              

b. studying the Greek language        

c. finding the places where there are old things       

d. looking at the things people made in the past

 

4. The remains of the cities are always below the ground because…………………

a. they were nearly in places where people lived

b. a city destroyed buried the old under it          

c. when one city was destroyed a new city was built on it       

d. layers of soil and rubbish moved and covered the remains of old cities

 

5. The pronoun “it” in the 3rd paragraph refers to  ……………

a. excavation    b. history      c. study   d. archaeology

 

Answers:

1. d. It is the science of finding out about the life of people in the past.

2. a. comes         

3. a. digging up the ground     

4. c. when one city was destroyed a new city was built on it       

5. c. study  

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 11 فروردین 90

روز 11 فروردین 90

Persia is an old and fine literature. Two great poets of the 11th (11th) century were Omar Khayyam and Ferdowsi. The beauty of old Persian art is ……1……… famous. This art ……2….its most perfect ……3……. in books. They were written in ……4…..handwriting, and decorated with brightly colored miniature paintings. They used different colors, ……5…..blue ones, for decoration on walls and floors both inside and outside.

 

1.  a. also          b. as well         c. too       d. the same

2. a. removed    b. forced         c. found       d. devoted

3.a. promotion  b. expression  c. discussion  d. impression

4. a. wonderful  b. artificial    c. implicit       d. former

5. a. firmly    b. especially    c. seriously     d. similarly

 

Answers:

1. a. also          2. d. devoted     3. d. impression      4. a. wonderful      5. b. especially  

کنکور سال 89 زبان های خارجی

The relation between the science of physics and the practical things that come from it is an interesting subject. Sometimes, the knowledge of the scientific basis foe an invention comes after the invention has been made and improved. When James Watt built his steam engine in 1769, nothing was known about how heat was changed into mechanical energy. The great practical importance of Watt’s engine, however, encouraged scientists to look into this matter, with the result that the new science of thermodynamics was formed.

After the basic laws of thermodynamics were discovered, great improvement in the steam became possible, as such later developments as the steam turbine, the gasoline engine, the diesel engine, and the jet engine. Most of the great advances in the understanding of nature and properties of sound waves came after Edison had invented the phonograph and Bell had invented the telephone. As a result, the modern phonograph and the telephone are not very much like the original models. So we see how science leads new inventions and these new inventions encourage scientists to explore the bases for them.

 

1. According to the passage, sometimes a new device is invented …………….

a. after it is improved

b. without any need for it

c. by someone who has no knowledge

d. when there is not enough scientific basis for it

 

2. James Watt’s invention of the steam engine encouraged scientists ……….

a. to improve the steam engine            

b. to build trains and airplanes        

c. to explore how heat was changed into energy        

d. to learn more about the old science of thermodynamics

 

3. According to the passage, all of the following were affected because of the science of thermodynamics EXCEPT   …………….…

a. the gasoline engine            

b. the steam turbine    

c. the diesel engine       

d. the phonograph

 

4. Watt’s invention is good example of……………….

a. the relation between science 

b. how the gasoline engine works

c. How new inventions encourage scientific exploration

d. a basic and widely used principle of thermodynamics

 

5. Edison, Bell and Watt are all mentioned as ……………….

a. engineers      b. inventors   c. scientists    d. discoverers

Answers:

1. d. when there is not enough scientific basis for it

2. c. to explore how heat was changed into energy        

3. d. the phonograph

4. c. How new inventions encourage scientific exploration

5. b. inventors  

 

 

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 10 فروردین 90

روز 10 فروردین 90

An army is the military force of a country. It is made up of soldiers whose job is to defend their country against attack from enemies. An army may sometimes ……1…..air and naval forces,-but these are usually ……2………organizations. In war time the army’s main task is to fight on land, often working with air and naval forces. In peace-time, the army may be called on to ……3…….other jobs: for example, to help with ……4…..relief after an earthquake. In every army the ……4….. soldiers are backed up by other men and women in essential support services ( medical, communications, transport, and so on).

1. a. include      b. instruct        c. inform       d. forward

2. a. separate   b. common       c. regular          d. severe

3. a. pick up    b. depend on     c. call out      d. carry out

4. a. strategy    b. emergency    c. injury       d. mystery

5. a. devoting   b. contrasting     c. fighting    d. suffering

 

Answers:

1. a. include      2. a. separate        3. d. carry out      4. b. emergency     5. c. fighting   

کنکور سال 88 رشته تجربی

In all societies, a section of the population is labeled as “old”. What is different from place to place is the age at which people are considered old, and the way old people are regarded. In modern industrialized societies, old age begins at 65 or 70; in contrast, in the 19th century old age began at 55. in many poor counties, where people’s life expectations are much lower, someone as young as 40 may be an old person.

In some societies elderly people are thought of as wise and experienced, and they may even be the leaders of the community. But in Western societies, the elderly are sometimes disregarded. Having reached a certain age, somewhere between 60 and 70, they may be expected to retire from their jobs, even if they are still able to work efficiently. Gradually their ties with community are released, and in many cases they live in communities made up entirely of old people.

The rapid ageing of the populations of the industrialized countries is due not only to people living longer, but also to a sharp decline from the 1970s onwards in the number of babies being born. Women tend to live longer than men, so that in 1985 for every 100 women over the age of 70, there were only 63 men. It s also true that the better-off members of the society can expect to live longer than poorer, since they are generally better fed and have superior medical care.

 

1. According to the passage,  …………….

a. people are considered old depending on their countries

b. 200 years age, an old person was at most 55

c. someone as young as 40 is usually called an old person

d. people in modern industrialized societies die sometimes between 65 and 70

 

2. The phrase “retire from” in the 2nd paragraph is closest in meaning to ……….

a. do          b. leave         c. transfer         d. experience

 

3. According to the passage, the rapid ageing of the populations is   …………….…

a. more related to women           

b. observed in industrialized societies       

c. common in poor societies       

d. specially observed in all Western societies

 

4. Which sentence is NOT true according to the passage?

a. Women may live longer than men. 

b. Sometimes between 60 and 70, some people stop working.

c. Very young populations are decreasing in poor societies.

d. The better-off members of the society can expect to live longer than the others.

 

5. The passage is mainly about……………….

a. population size              b. different kinds of societies

c. old age      d. the number of babies in different societies

 

Answers:

1. a. people are considered old depending on their countries

2. b. leave        

3. b. observed in industrialized societies       

4. c. Very young populations are decreasing in poor societies.

5. c. old age      

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 9 فروردین 90

روز 9 فروردین 90

Most slang words are used more in speaking than in writing. For this reason, few of them can be found in dictionaries. ………1…….., slang words are among those used most often. Slang words are ……2……..by some groups such as workers, students, and musicians. They are used to ……3……. a new object, idea or ……4……. At first only the members of the ……5………groups understand the slang words. Later, some of the slang words are used by other people.

1. a. Although    b. Even though  c. Unless    d. However

2. a. awarded   b. made up  c. written for d. performed by

3. a. describe     b. operate      c. survive       d. provide

4. a. experiment   b. experience   c. mission  d. instrument

5. a. fashionable    b. natural       c. regular      d. special

 

Answers:

1. d. However     2. b. made up    3. a. describe     4. b. experience   5. d. special

 

کنکور سال 87 زبان های خارجی

The Korean language, also a member of the Altaic language family, is spoken by about 57 million people, 39 in South Korea ( the Republic of Korea ) and 18 in North Korea ( Democratic People’s Republic ). There are some differences between the language of the North and of the South.

Some Korean words come from Chinese. These words are written in Chinese characters, KANJE. But unlike Japanese, words of Korean origin are never written in Kanje. During the 15th century, a local phonetic script called En-mum (today known as Hangul) was invented. It was not based on Chinese models like the Japanese script, but on Sanskrit, the phonetic alphabet of ancient India. For a long time, the script was used only by the common people. The royal court and most important writers continued to use Chinese characters until the late 19th century. Today, however, Hangul is used by everyone in North Korea. In the south, the use of borrowed Chinese characters as well as Hangul is discouraged but nevertheless still accepted.

When the Japanese took over control of Korea in 1919, they ended the use and teaching of Korean. But after the end of the world war II, Hangul was revived, although Chinese writing is still taught in schools in South Korea.

 

1. According to the passage, the Korean words come from Chinese are written in …………….

a. Hangul    b. Sanskrit    c. Kanje   d. Japanese alphabets

 

2. According to the passage, which sentence is NOT true?

a. Hangul is a Korean phonetic script.         

b. Hangul was based on Chinese models.         

c. Japanese script was based on Chinese models.       

d. Hangul was based on the phonetic alphabet of ancient India.

 

3. The phonetic alphabet used in North Korea is called ……………

a. Hangul             b. Latin Alphabet        

c. Korean alphabet        d. ancient Indian alphabet

4. The word “revived” in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to  …………….

a. renewed        b. reacted    c. released    d. reviewed

 

5. What is taught in Korean schools now?

a. Korean writing.        

b. Chinese writing.          

c. Revived Hangul and Korean writing.       

d. Revived Hangul and Chinese writing.

 

Answers:

1. c. Kanje   

2. b. Hangul was based on Chinese models.

3. a. Hangul

4. a. renewed       

5. b. Chinese writing.

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 8 فروردین 90

روز 8 فروردین 90

The Eiffel tower moves upwards from the champ de Mars, an open space in the west of Paris. It was built for the Paris exhibition of 1889 by the French engineer Alexander- Gustave Eiffle, who was by then famous for his ………1…….. of bridges in France and in several countries abroad. The tower is built of steel bars……2…….some 7000 tons. It is 322 meters high from the structure, ……3…… a 17 -meter television antenna. It is a/an  ……4……. visiting place for tourists seeking a bird’s eye view of Paris and, ……5……serves as an important radio and television station and as an office for the study of weather conditions. There is a restaurant on the second floor.

 1. a. construction   b. function  c. projection  d. formation

2. a. carrying   b. recycling     c. ranking       d. weighing

3. a. joining     b. including    c. releasing      d. linking

4. a. effective      b. efficient    c. attractive   d. developed

5. a. so that     b. however     c. instead     d. in addition

 

Answers:

1. a. construction     2. d. weighing        3. b. including   

4. c. attractive         5. d. in addition

کنکور سال 83 رشته ریاضی

One of the great problems that the world faces is overpopulation. Experts tell us that unless it is brought under control, population growth will produce a serious problem in the world’s food supply in a few years. Increase in population will also consume the space for living on the Earth. Many of the world’s people are not aware of the problem. Also people who have used lands to produce food find the problem difficult to understand. World leaders who must always think about public reaction find the problem hard to deal with. Improvement in food production and spreading them, however, is something that everybody can understand and support. Likewise water saving which is necessary to food production and other important human activities is supported readily by most people, but increased population will probably never reach enough balance, unless an effort is made to control population.

 

1. The passage is mainly about the effect of …………….

a. lack of food

b. harmful human activities

c. too many people living on the Earth  

d. shortage of water for increased world population

 

2. The word “it” in line 2 refers to ………..

a. problem  b. word  c. food supply  d. population growth

 

3. The word “consume” in line 3 is closest in meaning to ……….

a. decrease         b. eat        c. catch        d. dissolve

 

4. The one problem NOT mentioned in the passage is  …………….

a. shortage of living space for people      b. food supply

c. world leaders weakness           d. water scarcity

 

5. According to the passage, the problem of increased population  ……………

a. can not be effectively solved

b. requires human activity for its solution          

c.can not be solved unless some other problems are solved          

d.requires the use of more agricultural land for its solution

Answers:

1. c. too many people living on the Earth  

2. d. population growth

3. a. decrease        

4. c. world leaders weakness          

5. b. requires human activity for its solution 

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 7 فروردین 90

روز 7 فروردین 90

The name “soccer” is short for “association football”. A hundred years ago the game was called ……1…. football. It was very popular in England. But at that time a newer kind of football ……2…. also being played in England. It had been ……3……at Rugby, a famous English school in 1831. In the older game the only was of getting the ball down the ……4……..to score was to kick it. The newer game allowed players to run with the ball. Often two teams would meet, only to find that one of the teams ……5……by the hitting rules and other by running rules.

1.  a. carelessly      b. simply      c. briefly       d. orally

2. a. was       b. had           c. has been          d. has

3. a. involved     b. provided    c. handled    d. developed

4. a. area           b. scene        c. field            d. base

5. a. played      b. to play       c. plays    d. were playing

 

Answers:

1.b. simply    2. a. was      3. d. developed      4. c. field       5. a. played  

کنکور سال 88 رشته انسانی

Most shoes are made to the basic design of a thick under part known as the sole, which takes the wear and tear of walking, and a thinner upper part which enclose the foot. However, as shoes are made to suit people living in climates ranging from tropical to very cold, and as they are also made according to fashion, a tremendous variety of shoes has been produced throughout the ages. Today it is mainly women’s shoes that are made to different patterns from year to year-men’s shoes change much less, although in past centuries world wore sandals with soles of leather or wood. They have been found in the tombs of the ancient Egyptians. The Greeks wore shoes for the bath and high boots for hunting. These were also worn by the Minoans of Crete and by the Romans. In the Middle Ages shoes were pointed but comfortable, for they were cut from soft leather or cloth to fit the shape of the foot.

 

1. The passage is mainly about …………..

a. shoes for men and women

b. the variety of fashionable shoes

c. shoes in different climate and periods  

d. the designs of shoes in the ancient world

 

2. in the Middle Ages,…………..

a. shoes were soft and sharp as leather        

b. shoes were small but comfortable

c. people liked their feet to feel  relaxed      

d. people’s feet were fit for shoes

 

3. According to the passage, which sentence is NOT true?

a. Women wore more shoes than men.         

b. Men’s shoes are less various than women’s.   

c. Shoes are different depending on climates.     

d. The Greek wore different shoes for different purposes.

 

4. The word “they” in line 7 refers to …….…………….

a. women’s shoes    b. patterns   c. men     d. men’s shoes

 

5. the word “tremendous” in line 4 is closest in meaning to……………

a. exact      b. great      c. extra      d. serious

Answers:

1. c. shoes in different climate and period

2. c. people liked their feet to feel  relaxed      

3. a. Women wore more shoes than men. 

4. d. men’s shoes

5.b. great  

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 6 فروردین 90

روز 6 فروردین 90

The Eiffel tower rises upwards from an open space in the west of Paris. It ……1…….built by the French engineer Alexander- Gustave Eiffle, who was by then ……2…. for his construction of bridges. The tower is made of steel ……3…….some 7000 tons. It is 322 meters high from the ……4….. of the building a 17 meter television antenna.   ……5…….the construction of the empire state building in New York in 1931, it was the tallest building in the world.

 

1.  a. is           b. was            c. has        d. had

2. a. formal      b. funny       c. final      d. famous

3. a. depending   b. carrying    c. weighing    d. noticing

4. a. base          b. organ       c. norm          d. field

5. a. On          b. With           c. By        d. Until

 

Answers:

1. b. was     2. d. famous     3. c. weighing    4. a. base      5. c. By 

کنکور سال 83 زبان های خارجی

The dependence on motor vehicles has given rise to major problems, including environmental pollution, decrease of oil resources, traffic jams and safety-related issues. Motorways are becoming more crowded than ever. This problem makes the air quality unpleasant and sometimes dangerous to breathe.

Technical solutions can reduce the pollution problem and increase the fuel capability of engines. Many people buy larger cars than they need for daily purposes or waste fuel by driving fast.

One solution that has been put award is the long-term solution of designing cities and neighborhood so that car journeys are not necessary all essential services being located within walking distance or easily available by public transport. Not only would this save energy and decrease carbon dioxide, it would also increase the quality of community life, putting the emphasis on people instead of cars. Better transport systems are also possible by the use of modern computers. But these are solutions for countries which can afford them.

 

1. According to the passage, it is  TRUE that ……………

a. nowadays air pollution has been reduced a lot

b. the consumption of fuel increases when one drives fast

c. the use of cars for travel to places within walking distance has been reduced  

d. most of the countries around the world use modern computers to reduce fuel consumption

 

2. The phrase “this problem” in line 3 refers to …………..

a. safety        

b. air quality

c. problems caused by cars      

d. streets and motorways full of cars

 

3. One way to reduce the number of car journeys is to …...

a. decease oil resources         

b. make people drive faster    

c. build more streets and motorways     

d. place essential services close to public transport

 

4. the word “them” in the last line refers to …………….

a. cars      b. solutions     c. computers     d. countries

Answers:

1. b. the consumption of fuel increases when one drives fast

2. d. streets and motorways full of cars

3. d. place essential services close to public transport

4. c. computers    

 

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 5 فروردین 90

روز 5 فروردین 90

Nowadays, government-supported nursery schools exist in many countries for children from poor backgrounds, or with mental or physical handicaps. An example is the head start pre-school ……1… in the United States, run by the federal government, which ……2……almost 500000 such children. Universal state-run nursery ……3……. however, is still rare, except in the East European communist countries, where it is ……4…….for all of the people ………5…..more and more children of western nations attend nursery schools. This is partly because there are also many more working mothers than there used to be.

1.  a. program            b. experience         

     c. presentation       d. experiment

2. a. designs    b. controls      c. serves      d. includes

3. a. observation              b. education    

    c. competition          d. information

4. a. responsible   b. probable c. reasonable   d. available

5. a. Yet       b. Since       c. When     d. Whereas

 

Answers:

1. a. program       2. c. serves      3. b. education     4. d. available     5. a. Yet

کنکور سال 88 زبان های خارجی

In the first few chapters of the Bible, the story of the making of the universe is told in a kind of picture language. After he had created the universe, God took some of the dust of the earth and made a man. (Adam, his name, is simply the Hebrew word for man.) he was placed in a garden, called Eden, which had fruit, rivers and everything else he could desire. But Adam was lonely and so God made him a wife from one of Adam’s own ribs. She was part of him, and Adam called he Eve. These two perfect people had complete freedom in the garden, except that they were forbidden to eat the fruit of one tree-the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. They did not yet know evil and god wanted to keep them always innocent. However, the devil came into the garden in the form of a snake and persuaded Eve to taste the fruit of this tree. She in her turn gave some to Adam. By eating this fruit they had broken the one law of the garden and were no longer innocent. So God drove them out of the garden, leaving an angel with a flaming sword to guard it. this story shows how Adam and Eve, by disobeying God, brought evil into the world.

 

1. Which sentence about Adam is NOT true?

a. The name Adam is a non-English word.

b. God had made Adam before he created the universe

c. Adam was placed in a garden only for some time.  

d. Adam started to live with Eve at a certain stage in his life.

 

2. The beginning part of the Bible is mainly about……….

a. the creation of the world        

b. the creation of a man speaking Hebrew

c. the story of a picture language      

d. God making Adam with some of the dust of outer space

 

3. The word “persuaded” in line 10 is closest in meaning to ……….

a. succeeded    b. suggested  c. managed     d. encouraged

 

4. According the passage, Adam and Eve were not allowed to eat the fruit because …………….

a. the fruit belonged to Evil

b. God wanted to keep them innocent

c. they disliked innocence

d. it was the tree of the devil

 

5. We can conclude from the passage that ……………

a. Adam did not like to eat the fruit

b. Adam and Eve tried not to obey God          

c. God sent Adam and Eve out of the universe          

d. Adam and Eve lost their innocence

Answers:

1. c. Adam was placed in a garden only for some time.  

2. a. the creation of the world        

3. b. suggested 

4. b. God wanted to keep them innocent

5. d. Adam and Eve lost their innocence

 

 

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 4 فروردین 90

روز 4 فروردین 90

The advice I give to people who want to ……1……the presentation is not try to get rid of nervousness. Feeling nervous is ………2…… Nearly every speaker has that feeling before getting up ……3…… an audience. But you should be aware that nervousness can be the ……4……of excitement while giving a speech. So, the next time you feel nervous, welcome it. professional speakers can easily ……5…. nervousness to excitement.

1.  a. succeed          b. improve        c. lower      d. add

2. a. practical    b. several        c. informal      d. normal

3. a. in back of              b. by means of  

    c. in front of             d. in addition to

4. a. source        b. side        c. event       d. mood

5. a. respect          b. switch           c. take part        d. raise

 

Answers:

1. a. succeed      2. d. norm     3. c. in front of        

4. a. sour b. switch      5. c. Political cartoons 

کنکور سال 88 رشته ریاضی

When people today speak of cartoons, they usually mean the comic drawings which appear in almost every newspaper and magazine, drawings of some scene or situation intended to be funny. Some newspaper cartoons, of course, especially the ones about politics, are critical; they explain a significant or interesting event of the moment in a way that shows up importance. They often contain caricatures enlarged and comic portraits of real people ( politicians for instance )- for if a cartoonist wants to criticize a political leader or show that he dislikes him, one of the best ways is to make him look silly and funny in a cartoon.

Another use of the word cartoon means the kind of “strip cartoon” in newspapers and comics which tells a story in a set of tittle pictures. Some strip cartoons do not have words; others include conversations in the drawing in areas called “balloons”.

Cartoons films, such as those of Walt Disney, are “animated cartoons” that is, they are films made from a great number of separate drawings photographed one after another and shown very quickly on the screen so that the figures on them seem to move.

 

1. Which kind of cartoons has a more serous purpose?

a. Portraits                            b. Strip cartoons

c. Political cartoons             d. Cartoon films

 

2. In the phrase “strip cartoons” “strip” means…………..

a. a balloon            b. without words     

c. a drawing       d. a narrow piece

 

3. Which sentence about the passage is NOT true?

a. Comic drawings of some scenes or situations make us laugh.

b. Some people believe that cartoons are anything which makes us laugh.

c. Some cartoons explain a significant or interesting event

d. Most cartoons which appear in magazines or newspapers make us laugh.

 

4. The cartoon films made by Walt Disney are …………

a. cartoon strips

b. not a number of moving figures

c. included in balloons

d. not based on one drawing

 

5. the best title for the passage can be ……………..

a. Making Cartoons               b. Newspaper Cartoons          

c. Kinds of Cartoons           d. magazine Cartoons

 

Answers:

1. c. Political cartoons      

2.  d. a narrow piece

3. b. Some people believe that cartoons are anything which makes us laugh.

4. d. not based on one drawing

5. c. Kinds of Cartoons

 

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 3 فروردین 90

روز 3 فروردین 90

Psychology is the science of mental life. By mental life, we mean ……1……of the mind such as thinking, remembering, dreaming, ………2…..of a friend, and understanding a language. Mental life ……3…….includes emotions, or feelings, such as pleasure and anxiety, and moods such as tiredness and worry. We express our mental life in our ……4……for example, when we speak or write, or when we do something ……5…….skill such as playing tennis.

1.a. formation   b.expectation  c.presentation   d.functions

2. a. emphasizing         b. expressing               

    c. recognizing          d. generalizing

3. a. so          b. too           c. also          d. either

4. a. behavior         b. ability       c. basis         d. brain

5. a. imagining    b. requiring   c. producing   d. realizing

 

Answers:

1. d.functions      2. c. recognizing        3. c. also       4. a. behavior     5. b. requiring  

کنکور سال 83 رشته تجربی

George Banks was a successful journalist. He worked for a good newspaper, and he liked arguing very much. He argued with anybody, and about anything. Sometimes the people whom he argued with were as clever as he was, but often they were not.

He did not mind arguing with stupid people at all; he knew that he could never urge them to agree, because they could never really understand what he was saying, and the stupider they were, the surer they were that they were right, but he often found that stupid people said very amusing things.

At the end of one argument which George had with one of these less clever people, the man said something which George has always remembered and which has always amused him. It was, ”Well, sir, you should never forget this: there are always three answers to every question: your answer, my answer, and the correct answer.”

 

1. George argued with ………….

a. journalists                        b. stupid people

c. whomever he could     d. those more intelligent than he

 

2. The word “urge” in line 6 is closest in meaning to..…… a. cause        b. persuade        c. require      d. permit

 

3. According the passage, George was all the following EXCEPT ………….

a. a journalist           b. a good worker         

c. a clever man        d. a winner of every argument

 

4. What sometimes made George laugh was ………….

a. why every thought he was right         

b. the amusing jokes others told him      

c. what some people said while arguing with him

d. the fact that everybody liked to argue with him

 

5. The word “which” in line 10 refers to …………….

a. the end of an argument                

b. something a person once told him          

c. George’s ability to remember everything          

d. your answer, my answer, and the correct answer

Answers:

1. c. whomever he could     2. b. persuade       

3. d. a winner of every argument

4. c. what some people said while arguing with him

5. b. something a person once told him 

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Cloze tests and reading comprehension روز 2 فروردین 90

روز 2 فروردین 90

Language may have started in one place and spread from that place. Or it may, ……1……., have started in several places. In any event, if the people of the world had been ……2……in touch with one another all through their history, we might now have had one language ……3…….mountains and seas have ……4…..people apart. Today there are more than 100 languages. Some ……5…….by many millions of people, others by only a few thousand.

1.  a. so far       b. instead        c. thus        d. besides

2. a. closely     b. briefly       c. silently        d. softly

3. a. But     b. Therefore      c. Though       d. While

4. a. removed       b. made       c. kept          d. looked

5. a. spoken   b. be spoken  c. were spoken  d. are spoken

 

Answers:

1. b. instead     2. a. closely     3. a. But     4. c. kept      5. d. are spoken

کنکور سال 84 رشته تجربی

For us, Greek and Latin are the most important of the languages of the ancient world. Greek is the other of the two and much of Latin literature is based on the Greek literature that went before it. The two languages are often learnt together because Greek and Latin grammar are alike in various ways. Many scholars think that Greek comes from an even earlier language that was written from right to left, for the very clearly Greek inscriptions are from right to left. The Greek writing of later times, however, which is better known, follows the usual pattern of left to right. The Greek alphabet, which is different from ours, has 24 letters.

Ancient Greek was spoken in many dialects, but the Attic speech which the citizens of Athens used is thought to be the purest kind. Greek spread rapidly and came to be spoken in most of the lands around the Miditerranean, and the victories of the Macedonian king and warrior, Alexander the Great, carried it also to many parts of Asia minor and the east. Later, in the Roman world, educated employed Greek as their second language, in the same way that English speaking people learned and used French in later times.

 

1. According the passage, Latin ………….

a. had an independent literature

b. is not as old as Greek

c. had no type of literature

d. was the first written from right to left

 

2. Latin and Greek were NOT similar in ……………

a. grammatical structures

b. their area of influence

c. their importance as ancient languages

d. the direction in which the letters are written

 

3. Most scientists think Greek comes from an earlier language that was written from right to left because ………….

a. alphabetical structures                 

b. scientists liked to write from right to left      

c. early Greek writings are from right to left         

d. the Greek writings of later times had a pattern of right to left

 

4. According to the passage, which sentence is NOT true?

a. Ancient Greek was spoken in few dialects.         

b. Greek was later used as a second language by educated people in the Roman world.      

c. The Greek alphabet, which is different from ours, has 24 letters.

d. The Attic speech is considered to be the purest dialect of Greek.

 

5. Which one of the following does the passage say was once spoken by English speaking people as their second language?

a. A Greek dialect       b. Greek     c. Latin     d. French

Answers:

1. b. is not as old as Greek

2. d. the direction in which the letters are written

3. c. early Greek writings are from right to left         

4. a. Ancient Greek was spoken in few dialects.   

5. d. French

 

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Cloze tests and reading compreheدsion روز 1 فروردین 90

روز 1 فروردین 90

One difficulty that psychologists face is that many things they study, including mental growth and mental processes, are not visible. One way to ……1……the difficulty in the case of mental …2……is to compare what a child can do at a ……3…….age with what he or she could do when younger. A Swiss psychologist called Jean Piaget did this and clearly ……4……that younger children think quite ……5… from older ones. For example, the younger child, unlike the older child, is unable of understanding that when you change the shape of an object the weight does not change.

1. a. overcome    b. devote      c. explore        d. operate

2. a. interest       b. device        c. growth         d. health

3. a. regular   b. particular      c. natural        d. similar

4. a. informed     b. recorded     c. guessed      d. showed

5.a.artificially   b.differently  c.confusingly   d.extremely

Answers:

1. a. overcome    2. c. growth      3. c. natural        4. d. showed    5. b. differently 

کنکور سال 88 زبان های خارجی

Yoga is a system of training the body and the mind that has been developed by Indian religions, particularly Hinduism. People who perfect the techniques of yoga are called yogis. Through intense physical and mental exercises, they are able to free their minds of worldly thoughts and concentrate upon reaching a state of spiritual union with their god.

It is very difficult to reach this state, so the training is divided into stages, which become gradually more difficult. The first two stages cleanse the body and quieten the mind. The aim of the physical training, the third step, is to bring the body under complete control, using methods such as regulation of breathing and exercise  in posture. This is followed by mental training which makes possible undisturbed concentration.

The fifth and sixth stages of yoga aim to gain control of the mind by turning his concentration inwards, a yogi must learn to cease reacting to all outward disturbances. The final stage is supposed to unite the soul with God, the highest possible aim of Hindu.

In the 20th century, yoga became increasingly popular in the Western world, where hatha yoga, which concentrates on the physical stage, is practiced largely as an aid to relaxation.

 

1. Which sentence is NOT true according to the passage?

a. Yogis are the people who teach yoga.

b. The basis of yoga is religion.

c. Hinduism helped a lot to develop yoga.

d. Yoga goes beyond training the body.

 

2.According the passage, the superior goal of yoga is to.…

a. join one’s soul with God

b. perfect the mental techniques of yoga

c. unite the soul with the body

d. do physical and mental exercises

 

3. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a stage of yoga?

a. Physical training                  b. Mind quietening      

c. Controlling breathing          d. Cleansing the body

 

4. The word “disturbances” in the 3rd paragraph is closest in meaning to ……

a. emotions    b. troubles   c. pressures     d. procedures

 

5. The passage is mainly about a ………

a. religion                  b. physical training program

c. problem                 d. process

Answers:

1. a. Yogis are the people who teach yoga.

2. a. join one’s soul with God

3. c. Controlling breathing          

4. b. troubles  

5. a. religion                 

 

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Cloze test and reading comprehension روز 29 اسفند 89

روز 29 اسفند 89

In the simplest terms if you want to lose weight, your daily food should be a little below normal. If you are overweight, no matter how ……1…….. the problem may appear, you need enough of the right foods to ……2……energy for your daily ………3…… If you are underweight and want to gain, your eating food should be ………4…….normal, ……5…….foods that will build muscle tissue and no fat. Whatever your problem, the first thing you must learn to do is to eat at certain times.

 

1.  a. dangerous    b. nervous   c. anxious    d. serious

2. a. combine    b. predict    c. provide     d. continue

3.a. realities  b.guarantees  c.procedures   d.activities

4. a. for              b. at         c. under          d. above

5. a. giving back          b. consisting of          

    c. comparing with        d. taking off

 

Answers:

1. d. serious      2. c. provide         3. d. activities      

4. d. above      5. b. consisting of

کنکور سال 87 رشته انسانی

Some children require programs of special education and may have to attend special schools, where what is taught and how it is taught is different from what is available in regular schools exist for children who are deaf (or rapidly deaf); for the blind (or partially visually handicapped); or mentally retarded children; for physically handicapped children; and for children with behavioral problems.

In some countries there are also schools for clever children, those who are either exceptionally intelligent or artistically talented. In Western Europe and the United States, the first programs of special education were developed

during the 18th and 19th  centuries, but were not widely available. These schools were residential (boarding) establishments, and were often in the countryside. This meant that the children who attended them rarely mixed with other children.

1. The first paragraph is mainly about ………….

a. special schools          b. deaf and blind students  

c. schools programs    d. the uses of special education

 

2. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?

a. There are some children who need to go to special schools.                

b. The method of teaching ids different in the two kinds of schools.

c. What is taught in special schools is different from that of regular schools.              

d. There are some schools for special clever children all over the world.

 

3. According to the passage, special schools are only for……….…

a. deaf and blind children                  

b. handicapped or talent children      

c. children who have, artistic and musical abilities         

d. children who have mental and behavioral problems

 

4. The first programs of special education in the west  ………

a. lasted for 100 years

b. began in the second half of the 18th century     

c. were developed outside the United States         

d. was free for most people to benefit from

 

5. Which one was NOT a feature of special schools?

a. Everybody had access to them.                 

b. They were often in the countryside.

c. They were boarding schools.         

d. Children in such schools were rarely in contact with other children.

Answers:

1. a. special schools         

2. d. There are some schools for special clever children all over the world.

3. b. handicapped or talent children      

4. a. lasted for 100 years

5. a. Everybody had access to them.  

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Cloze test and reading comprehension روز 28 اسفند 89

روز 28 اسفند 89

 The calendar is a method by which people measure time for their town internal or religious purposes, dividing it into years, months, weeks, and days. People of ancient times based the earliest calendars on the most clear regular ……1…..they knew the movements of the Sun and Moon, which together ………2…. the three simplest divisions of time. These are the days, the lunar month, and the solar year. We now know that the ……3…….movements of the Sun across the sky ……4…….the Earth’s turning. The day is the time ……5……..by the Earth to orbit on its axis just under 24 hours. The lunar month is the time between two new moons about 29.5 days.

1.  a. details       b. effects           c. aspects       d. events

2. a. increase     b. include      c. produce       d. improve

3. a. regular      b. facial      c. definite        d. growing

4. a. causes   b. causing    c. being caused    d. is caused by

5. a. taken  b. is taken   c. is taking     d. which takes

 

Answers:

1. d. events          2. c. produce       3. a. regular      4. a. causes      5. a. taken 

کنکور سال 83 هنر

Most scientists think that by resting our bodies, we allow time for essential maintenance work to be done. Any damage that there is can be put right more quickly if energy isn’t being used up doing other things. Injured animals certainly spend more time asleep than usual while their wounds are healing. And quite a few illnesses make us feel sleepy, so our body can get on with curing us.

Sleep is controlled by certain chemicals. These built up during the day, eventually reaching levels that make us tired. We can control the effects of these chemicals to some extent. Caffeine helps keep us awake while some medicines make us sleepy.

By using electrodes, scientists are able to study what goes on in people’s heads while they sleep. They have discovered that when we first drop off everything slows down. The heart beats more slowly and our breathing becomes shallow. After about 90 minutes our eyes start to twitch and we go into what is called REM sleep. REM stands for Rapid Eye Movement, and it’s a sign that we’ve started to dream.

1. The best title for the passage is …………

a. why we dream          b. effect of chemicals on sleep

c. facts about sleep      d. effect of sleep on health

 

2. What causes human sleep is ……..

a. some chemicals            

b. the need to store energy

c. some wounds and illnesses               

d. the slowing down of our heartbeat

 

3. The word “they” in paragraph3, line 2 refers to..…

a. heads   b. electrodes      c. scientists       d. people

 

4. The word “twitch” in paragraph3, line 5is closest in meaning to ………

a. drop      b. close       c. move       d. become heavy

 

5. According to the passage, all of the following happen during asleep Except …………..

a. Rapid Eye Movement         

b. less heart activity

c. shallow health    

d. increased need for caffeine

Answers:

1. c. facts about sleep         2. a. some chemicals      3. c. scientists  

4. c. move         5.d. increased need for caffeine

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نمونه سوالات درس ۵ و ۶ پیش دانشگاهی از آقای مناف مطلق

نمونه سوالات درس ۵ و ۶ پیش دانشگاهی از آقای مناف مطلق

Pre-university Book, Lesson 5&6

  Vocabulary

  A. Fill in the blanks with the words given. There is one extra word.

   ( developing – robbed – extreme – estimated – willing - magnified- craters-  explore- phases )

 1. The little children who work in the factories are usually………of their rights.

 2. My friend told me she was perfectly …………to help me with my housework.

 3. India is a(an)………..country. It is trying to be an advanced one.

 4. They............that thousands of people were killed in the earthquake in Bam.

 5. The only things early people could see were the………of the moon.

 6. Spaceships sent to the moon show that there were a lot of………..on its surface.

 7. The picture is……….by a series of lenses within a telescope.

 8. During their long stay on the moon, the astronauts are going to………the planet.

 


ادامه مطلب
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نمونه سوال ترم دوم پیش دانشگاهی

نمونه سوال ترم دوم پیش دانشگاهی

از همکاران محترم

A:Fill in the blanks with these words(4 points).   

 updated – provide – rights – attach  - rural – prevent – community – exploration - compose

1.Nothing can……………me from continuing my studies.

2.On the web,news is…………………continuously.

3.E-mail is quicker to………………and arrives faster.

4.It is hard to……………….a fax into another document.

5.Most child laborers are being robbed of their……………

6.There's a large………………of muslims in America today.

7.Some rich countries spend a lot of money on space……………

8.He works 12 hours a day to……………food and clothes for his family.

 


ادامه مطلب
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نمونه تست های کنکوری مربوط به درس هفتم پیش دانشگاهی

نمونه تست های کنکوری مربوط به درس هفتم پیش دانشگاهی

Choose the correct answer.

1. The place to which a person is going or to which a thing is being sent or taken is called …………..

a. expectation       b. situation       c. destination      d. presentation

2. “The original ………has been lost or destroyed.”

    B: “ What can we do?”

a. experiment       b. conclusion       c. document      d. extinction

3. Most of the food we buy is ………some way in factories.

a. defined       b. removed       c. attributed      d. processed

4. The two organizations ………to form one company.


ادامه مطلب
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نمونه سوالات درس هفتم سال چهارم بهمن ماه ۸۹ همراه با پاسخ

نمونه سوالات درس هفتم سال چهارم بهمن ماه ۸۹

همراه با پاسخ

VOCABULARY / Fill in the blanks with the appropriate words given.

communication –combine –computed – definition

1. Final results had not yet been …………….

He has ……………that it would take him 2 years to save up enough money for a car.

2. Modern ………s are enabling more people to work from home.

I believe that good …………… is vital (حیاتی extremely important and necessary) in a large organization.

3. Obviously your …………of "rich" is very different from mine.

 4. ………the egg yolks and the cream, and cook over a low heat.

Greenhouse gases ……………with hydrocarbons to form smog.

Answers:

1. computed        2. communication       3. definition   4. combine

 


ادامه مطلب
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نمونه سوالات کنکور از درس سوم سال چهارم دبیرستان فائزه بخشی دی ماه 89

نمونه سوالات کنکور از درس سوم سال چهارم دبیرستان فائزه بخشی دی ماه 89       

 

Choose the correct answer.

 

1. Drinking dirty water encourages the ………of this disease.

a. spread      b. reference         c. equipment      d. substance

2. Be ………….! I can’t change all my plans for you.

a. intimate b. adequate     c. desirable      d. reasonable

3. He ………..the door of the shop and went home.

a. got away from    b. locked up      c. took part in      d. took off

4. He …………me about the danger of walking home alone at night.

a. wondered         b. warned   c. distracted         d. included


ادامه مطلب
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نمونه سوالات درس ششم سال چهارم دبیرستان فائزه بخشی بهمن ماه 89

نمونه سوالات درس  ششم  سال چهارم دبیرستان فائزه بخشی  بهمن ماه 89

 

A: WORD DEFINITION / Match the following definitions with the words given and write in the parentheses.

 artificial - mass  -  base  -  density -  launch  -  astronaut  

1. to send a weapon or spacecraft into the sky or into space (………………..)

2. made or produced to copy sth natural ; not real (……………..)

3. someone who travels and works in a spacecraft (…………..)

4. the main place from which a person, company, or organization controls their activities (………………..)

5. a large amount of a substance that does not have a definite shape or form (………………..)

6. the amount of sth in a unit volume, area, or length (…………..)


ادامه مطلب
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نمونه سوالات درس پنجم سال چهارم دبیرستان فائزه بخشی دی ماه 89

نمونه سوالات درس پنجم سال چهارم دبیرستان فائزه بخشی دی ماه 89 

 

A: WORD DEFINITION / Match the following definitions with the words given and write in the parentheses.

 agriculture - establish  -  income  -  basis -  issue  -  failure

1. the money that you earn from your work or that you receive from investments, the government etc (………………..)

2. the practice or science of farming (………………..)

3. a lack of success in achieving or doing something (…………..)

4. to start a company, organization, system, etc that is intended to exist or continue for a long time (………………..)

5. a subject or problem that is often discussed or argued about, especially a social or political matter that affects the interests of a lot of people (………………..)

6. the facts, ideas, or things from which something can be developed (………………..)


ادامه مطلب
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نمونه سوالات درس چهارم پیش دانشگاهی دبیرستان فائزه بخشی آذر ماه 89

نمونه سوالات درس چهارم پیش دانشگاهی دبیرستان فائزه بخشی  آذر ماه 89

A: WORD DEFINITION / Match the following definitions with the words given and write in the parentheses.

 organization - crust  -  instrument  -  procedure -  predict  -  future – aftershock -   

1. the covering outside of something (………………..)

2. the time after the present (………………..)

3. a small earthquake that happens after a larger one (…………..)

4. a way of doing something, especially the correct or usual way (………………..)

5. a group of people who form a business, club, etc. together in order to achieve a particular aim (………………..)

6. a tool or device used for a particular task, especially for delicate or scientific work (………………..)

7. to say that something will happen, before it happens (………………..)


ادامه مطلب
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نمونه سوالات درس سه سال چهارم دبیرستان فائزه بخشی آبان ماه 89

نمونه سوالات درس سه سال چهارم  دبیرستان فائزه بخشی  آبان ماه 89

Fill in the blanks with the words given.

extra – advised – reduce – damage – recycled – punish - popular

1.  Smoking can severely ………………. your health.

2. It's unfair to …………. a whole class for the actions of one or two students.

3. Some materials can be ………….into useful things, but some must be burnt.

4. The makers ……….…. extreme caution(احتیاط) when handling(دست زدن) this material..

5. Giving up smoking ……………. the risk of heart disease.

6. Tea is probably the most …………..drink all over the world.


ادامه مطلب
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تست کنکوری مربوط به درس دوم پیش دانشگاهی

تست کنکوری مربوط به درس دوم پیش دانشگاهی

1. A talk that gives information on a special subject is a/an ……….

a. proportion      b. presentation     c. prediction        d. expectation

2. I would just like to …….how important it is for people to learn foreign languages.

a. enhance        b. encourage         c. hypothesize       d. emphasize

3. The bakery was shut, so I didn’t ……..to get any bread.

a. posture     b. create                c. explain      d. manage


ادامه مطلب
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نمونه سوالات درس دوم زبان انگلیسی پیش دانشگاهی

 

برای هریک از جملات کلمه مناسب انتخاب کنید

occasion – smile – habit – confidence – raise – directly

1.  It is nice to be able to bring a ……………to people’s faces.

2. She has the …………finishing off other people’s sentences.

3. I saw them at the meeting, but it was not suitable …………..for discussing holiday plans.

4. She’s very timid; completely lacking in self-  ………………

5. I had to …………….my voice to make myself heard over the noise.

6. Lung cancer is …………….related to smoking.

 

 


ادامه مطلب
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نمونه سوالات درس اول پیش دانشگاهی

برای هریک از عبارت ها کلمه مناسب انتخاب کنید

partner - repetitive  -  vessels  -  skull -  joints  -  cell  - habit

1.   Something done or said several times (………………..)

2.  Tubes that carries liquid through body (………………..)

3.  Something which you do often and regularly (………………..)

4.  A place in the body where two bones are connected (………..)

5.  A person that you work with  (………………..)

6.  the bone structure that forms the head and surrounds and protects the brain (………………..)

7.  the smallest unit of living matter that can exist on its own. (………………..)

 


ادامه مطلب
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