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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

 

data – distance  link – interchangeable

5. Exactly how do we ……………words to objects?

6. All the ……………shows that these animals are more adaptable than we thought.

This computer can store as much ……………as many larger models.

7. The camera has two ……………lenses.

8. Measure the …………… between the window and the door.

Some birds migrate only short ………………. Others fly thousands of miles.

Answers:

5. link        6. data        7. interchangeable   8. distance

 

define – programmable – means – access –

9. Education and training are the most effective ……………of improving the nation's economy.

“Pretty” …………… “beautiful”.

10. Buy a ………………  thermostat that will turn your heating system on and off according to your schedule.

11. The entrance has been widened to give improved …………… for disabled people.

Many kinds of locks are available to prevent people from ……………ing your computer hard drive.

12. It is difficult to ………….…the border between love and friendship.

Answers:

9. means        10. programmable        11. access   12. define

 

base – multimedia – compose – attach

13. They think that a …………… messaging service is wonderful.

14. Water is …………… d of hydrogen and oxygen.

To send an e-mail, you have to …………… it first.

15. She used her family’s history as a …………… for her novel.

They decided to …………… the new company in York.

16. …………… a recent photograph to your application form.

Answers:

13. multimedia        14. compose        15. base      16. attach

 

server – destination – forward – matter

17. At the border you will be asked your ……………..and how long you plan to stay.

18. The main computer in a network is called a …………….

19. There are more important ……………s we need to discuss.

If I have to stay late at work tonight, it won't …………… because we can go out another night.

20. After the report had been translated, it was …………… ed to my brother.

Would you make sure that you …………… my mail promptly(فورا)?

Can we sit a little further ……………? I can't see from here.

Answers:

17. destination        18. server        19. matter      20. forward

 

documents –passed–  missed – continuously

21. On the World Wide Web, news is updated …………….

22. There are a lot of travel …………… in this magazine.

23. She …………… a cup of tea to her old friend.

24. Every time she …………… the ball she became more angry.

Answers:

21. continuously        22. documents        23. passed      24. missed

 

log on – advertised – transfer – catalogue

25. Mr Ahmadi ……………ed to another department last October.

How can I …………………… money from my bank account to his?

26. Each user has a unique username and a password which must be used in order to ……………to the network.

27. There is a new ……………of all the books in the library.

28. "How did you find out about the new software?" "It was ……………on TV."

The concert was …………………… in all the national newspapers.

Answers:

25. transfer        26. log on        27. catalogue     28. advertised

 

transfer – single – addictive -

29. A ……………tree gave shade from the sun.

Don't write down every ……………word I say.

30. Crack is a highly ……………form of cocaine.

Most ……………drugs are illegal.

31. I need to ……………some money from my savings account to my checking account.

Answers:

29. single        30. addictive        31. transfer    

 

  Read each sentence  and answer the questions .

1. A computer is a programmable machine that accepts data and processes them into information we can use.

What does the underlined word “them” refer to ?

a. computer b. machine        c. data     d. information

2. The Internet is a system that lets computers all over the world talk to each other. It was first developed by the U.S. Army, and later , it was used as a research support by other organizations.

A: According to the paragraph ……..

a. some computers can speak

b. the US Army uses the internet more than other organization

c. the internet was first developed by the US army for communication purposes

d. people can communicate with each other by means of computers connected to the internet

 

B:The Internet was first developed by the U.S. Army for research purposes.

                          True (  )     false(  )       not mentioned(   )

 

3. It is hard to attach a fax into another document or to pass it on to some one else .Faxes of faxes become unreadable , but e-mail stays readable , no matter how many times it is forwarded . These sentences tell us that …………… .

a) if you forward an e-mail many times , it stays quite readable .

b) forwarding an e-mail to someone else takes a long time .

c) attaching a fax into another document is impossible .

d) it is hard to send an e-mail to someone else .

4. The Web is actually one special area of the internet .Other areas include newsgroups, mailing lists and chat.

According to the above sentences …………… .

a. the Internet is much wider than the Web

b. the Web is more useful than the Internet

c. the Internet is a part of the Web

d. the Internet and the Web are the same

5. A computer is a programmable machine that accepts data and processes them into information we can use. Its purpose is to speed up problem solving and save time, money, and energy. These sentences tells us that ………..

A. We can use the data only after being processed by a computer.

 True (  )    False (   )

B. The purpose of a computer is to make problem solving faster.

True (  )    False (   )

6. Postal mail takes at least a day- often a week- to get to its destination, and you must have envelopes and stamps, and find a mailbox, while e-mail doesn’t.

We understand from the above sentence that e-mail ….

a. takes a day to get to its destination

b. requires you to have envelopes

c. requires you to find a mailbox

d. arrives faster, and doesn’t need a stamp, an envelope, and a mailbox

Answers:

1. c    2.   A. d     B. not mentioned   3. c    4. a   5. A. False   B. False   6. D

 

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.

a. combined       b. compared       c. influenced      d. contained

5. Jim is not experienced enough to work six hours a day continuously. “Continuously” means ……….

a. appropriately       b. constantly       c. definitely      d. previously

6. We are ………against the presence of America in that country.

a. strongly       b. proudly      c. interchangeably     d. continuously

7. There used to be a closer ……….between arts and sciences than there is today.

a. imagination     b. impression     c. exploration      d. connection

8. I’ll have a ……….with Jim about the arrangements.

a. chat          b. labor         c. fact        d. force

9. The system has been designed to allow the user to easily ……. the computer files.

a. access     b. assume     c. guide      d. stick

10. We have to …………all the money we have collected to their bank in London.

a. stretch     b. attach     c. involve      d. transfer

11. There was a general ………..that he would win the game.

a. result     b. union     c. proportion      d. expectation

12. Would you …………these books as sociology or politics?

a. classify     b. generalize     c. summarize      d. assume

13. The man told me that the two computer program were ……… and that they could be used …………

a. necessary – firmly             b. fashionable – immediately

c. voluntary – efficiently        d. similar – interchangeably

14. After a long discussion, they ……… the property to their son.

a. connected     b. manufactured    c. summarized    d. transferred

15. The new rail services will form a ……….connecting the capital and major cities.

a. process     b. network    c. trade    d. material

16. Now, the …………internet allows students to contact other children even more easily.

a. approach     b. availability    c. mode    d. construction

17. Cable ………….can spread phone calls and computer data as well as television and radio programmes.

a. networks     b. outlines    c. phases    d. patterns

18. I was ………….composing the letter I would write later.

a. mentally     b. centrally    c. physically    d. briefly

19. The job of every television and radio service around the world is to …………….programs.

a. invent     b. estimate    c. perform    d. transmit

20. The rice is …………in a large building near the village.

a. stored     b. designed    c. involved    d. manufactured

21. The ………….between parents and school has improved a lot.

a. link       b. issue      c. usefulness      d. emotion

22. Unfortunately, there is little ………..between Ted and his daughter.

a. comparison     b. culture    c. transfer    d. communication

23. This building had ………….been used as a hotel.

a. similarly     b. previously    c. reasonably    d. interchangeably

24. He didn’t receive his letters because they were sent to a different …………..address.

a. willing     b. mailing    c. contrasting    d. surrounding

25.Can computers …………different objects without any instructions?

a. design     b. compose    c. predict    d. inform

 

Answers:

1. c. destination   2. c. document   3. d. processed   4. a. combined   5.b. constantly

6. a. strongly       7. d. connection   8. a. chat   9. a. access   10. d. transfer

11. d. expectation    12. a. classify   13. d. similar – interchangeably   14. d. transferred

15. b. network   16. b. availability   17. a. networks    18. d. briefly     19. d. transmit

20. a. stored   21. a. link    22. d. communication  23. d. interchangeably

24. b. mailing   25. a. design

 

Cloze passage: Read the paragraph  using the best choice.

   The term “Internet” and “Web” are often used  interchangeably , …1… this is not really correct. The world Wide Web is actually one special  …2… of the Internet. Other areas …3… newsgroups, mailing lists, and chat. The Web- the information system of the twenty-first …4… – is based on …5… , which make it possible for Web users to …6… quickly from one Web …7… to another. The Web allows you to make pages with beautiful graphics and multimedia , …8… other areas of the Internet do not.

1. a. therefore      b. however        c. since            d. although 

2. a. field             b. area               c. region          d. space 

3. a. include         b. borrow          c. lend             d. employ 

4. a. decade         b. century           c. season         d. period

5.  a. links            b. nets                c. ropes           d. branches

6. a. invite            b. attach             c. provide       d. travel

7. a. station           b. receiver         c. server         d. position

8. a. if                  b. while             c. unless           d. whether

Answers:

1. b. however   2. b. area   3. a. include   4. b. century   5. a. links 

6. d. travel   7. c. server  8. b. while

 

Read each of the followling passages quickly and match each paragraph with one of the headings.

A. The public library(   )           B. Going online(   )

C. The fax machine(   )             D. Communication technology(   )

E. Postal mail (   )                     F. Computer technology(   )

G. How  the Internet will be in future. (   )

1. You have certainly seen , and probably used, a computer. However, let’s define it. A computer is a programmable machine that accepts data and processes them into information we can use. Its purpose is to speed up problem solving and save time, money , and energy.

2. What is known as telecommunication  technology  consists of electromagnetic devices and systems for communicating over long distances . Some examples are telephone, radio, and television.

3. More recently there has been the addition of communications among computers- which is what happens when people “ go online” on the Internet. Online means using a computer or other information devices, connected by means of a network , to access information and services from another computer or information device.

4. We know that it takes a day –often a week- to get a letter or a mail to its destination, and you must have envelopes and stamps , and find a mailbox. E-mail is quicker to compose, arrives  faster , and does not require a stamp.

5. It is hard to attach a fax into another document or to pass it on to someone else. Faxes of faxes of faxes become unreadable . E-mail  stays readable no matter how many times it is forwarded.

6. You have to go to the library to find information , and half the time the book you want is taken out or missing. By the time information gets into the library, it is often out of date. The Internet is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and you do not have to go to the library.

7. No one really knows what the Net will be like in ten years although one thing is for sure: We will not think of it as a single thing. Different parts of the Net have already developed their own features . No one knows all the details about it.

Answers:

A. The public library( 6 )           B. Going online( 3 )

C. The fax machine( 5 )             D. Communication technology( 2 )

E. Postal mail ( 4 )                     F. Computer technology( 1 )

G. How  the Internet will be in future. ( 7  )

 

Choose the correct word.

l. ( Although – Since ) she smokes 40 cigarettes a day, she seems quite fit.

2. I couldn’t sleep ( though – because ) I was very tired.

3. He had studied the lesson very hard; ( therefore – however ) , he couldn’t pass the exam.

4. ( As – Although ) we had nothing better to do , we watched television the whole evening.

Answers:

1. Although    2. Though    3. however    4. Although

 

Match the sentences in part (A) with their endings in part (B) . (2 points )

Part A:

1. When computer and communication are combined , (   )

2. The Internet is a system (   )

3. The Internet has made it possible for people  (   )

4. This technology is so great and complicated that (    )

 

Part B :

A. to communicate with one another effectively and inexpensively.

B. the result is information technology.

C. We will never be able to know all the details about it.

D. That lets computers all over the world talk to each other.

 

Answers:

1. When computer and communication are combined , ( B )

2. The Internet is a system ( D )

3. The Internet has made it possible for people  ( A )

4. This technology is so great and complicated that ( C  )

WORD DEFINITION

the Internet: a computer system that allows millions of computer users around the world to exchange information

the Internet: a network of computer connections that allows computer users around the world to exchange information

website: a place on the Internet where you can find information about something, especially a particular organization

webpage: all the information that you can see in one part of a website

web page: one of the areas you can go to on a website

home page: the first place you go to on a website

chat room: a place on the Internet where you can write messages to other people and receive messages back from them immediately, so that you can have a conversation while you are on line

chat room: an area on the Internet where people can talk to each other by sending messages that can be read or heard immediately

WWW: World Wide Web

IT: the study or use of electronic processes and equipment for storing information and making it available

(the) Internet/(the) Net

e- E- : [prefix] used to form words that relate to activities involving use of the Internet, especially those connected with business.

Cyber- : [prefix] used to form words that relate to activities involving the use of computers, especially the Internet

dotcom: relating to a company whose business involves the Internet

link/hyperlink: writing or pictures on a web page which you can click on if you want to immediately go to another website or to another web page on the same website search engine

search engine: a computer program that helps you find information on the Internet

browser: a program, such as Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator, that allows you to find and read documents on the Internet

FAQ, faq: frequently asked question(s); on websites, a list of questions that users often ask about the website, and answers to them

online: connected to other computers through the Internet, or available through the Internet

hit: an occasion when someone uses a website, a web page, or part of a web page.

video conferencing: a system that makes it possible to have meetings with people in different parts of the world by sending pictures and sound electronically

 

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