Published on February 16, 2014
The winter of our discontent For almost 100 days now thousands of Bulgarians have taken 31. …........................ the street every evening, in Sofia and other big Bulgarian cities, to protest. Their target is the government of Plamen Oresharski, the prime minister. The protesters belong to all 32. …........................ of society though the majority 33. …........................ to be young, educated and middle-class. Mothers arrive with buggies and children of all ages in tow, executives in suits drop 34.…........................ after work. In Sofia they meet in front of the presidential palace at 7pm and slowly walk to parliament, accompanied by whistles, drums and cries of “Resign!” 1 A) into B) to C) on D) in 2 A) classes B) stratums C) groups D) strata 3 A) seemingly B) look C) seem D) appear 4 A) on B) by C) along D) down 5 A) whichever B) whatever C) no matter D) however
The Winter of our discontent For protesters, Mr Peevski has become a symbol for everything that is wrong with Bulgaria’s politics. His New Bulgarian Media Group (NBMG) backs 35. …........................ government is in power, changing allegiances from one day to the next. Behind NBMG is the powerful Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB), owned by Tsvetan Vassilev, the go-to 35 A) whichever B) whatever C) no matter D) however bank for 36. …........................ state36 A) the more B) more C) the most D) most owned companies. 37 A) In spite of B) Despite C) Though D) Even 38 A) near B) close C) dear D) warm 37…........................ Mr Peevski is not Bulgaria’s only oligarch with 38. …........................ connections to the state, he is the most visible, thanks to the circular link between his political career, his media group and a bank RELATIVE COMPARATIVE USE OF ENGLISH CONCESSION COLLOCATIONS stuffed with state money. PRONOUNS DEGREES
SENTENCE COMPLETION 46. Don't you dare _____________ the power of your own instinct. A) underestimating B) underestimate C) to underestimate D) not to underestimate 47. People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, _____________ does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily. A) none B) either C) neither D) nor 48. It is often said that the hyena is an aggressive animal, but in fact it is not _____________many people believe. A) more vicious B) so vicious as C) so vicious that D) as viciously 49. I wish you _____________ making that noise. It's bothering me. A) would stop B) are going to stop C) stop D) can stop 50. I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living _____________ . A) good B) well C) better D) little Definite/Indefinite/Zero article: Generic and Specific reference Countability/Uncountabi lity Subject-Verb Concord Common mistakes: Bulgarian interferences Form2 was not exported from SlideRocket
Daniel Smilov of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia thinks the government 44. …........................ have resigned. The lack of a resignation, he says, “creates a moral hazard that you can get away with everything”. If things remain the same, young Bulgarians will continue to flee abroad, because they do not see opportunities at home. Bulgarian society will remain 45 …........................, as it is now: 51% of those surveyed support the protests, 33% back the counter-protests orchestrated by the government and 16% neither, according to a recent poll by Alpha Research. 10Б 10Б 44 A) must B) should C) ought D) need to 45 A) split B) spun C) broken D) divided
Sentence Transformation s 51. Personally I'm always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught. Despite ... 52. You discover who's been swimming naked only when the tide goes out. Only when ... 53. Heavy fines and jail sentences have not prevented elephant poaching for their tusks. ...elephant poaching for their tusks. (Use a collocation with 'difference'.) 54. They believe this sculpture was made in the 15 century in memory of a priest. This sculpture is 55. 'Why did you make such a row out of it yesterday, Jazzabel?' He asked ...
Sentence transformations 56. Coffee is bad for you since it gives insomnia. If you want to get a good night's sleep, you ... 57. I guess I'm misunderstood rather than understood. I guess I am used ... 58. I am not a fascist. I didn't send you to one of those Southern military academies a long time ago. If ... 59. Samson cancelled the wedding because he wasn't in love with his fiancé. Samson called _______________becau se he wasn't in love with his fiancé. (Use a phrasal verb.) 60. You met my brother yesterday. He is a playwright and makes a lot of money. My brother ________ as a playwright.
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