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1. The test comprises of 10 questions. You should complete the test within 10 minutes.
2. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.
3. There is only one correct answer to each question.
4. All questions carry four marks each.
5. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.

Question Number 1. A. Almost half (46%) of full-time UK workers describe their working environments as ‘gloomy’ or ‘depressing’.
B. Firms are spending almost £4.5bn a year in sick pay because staff are working in cramped and dismal workplaces with no greenery or natural light, a recent report claims.
C. Miserable working conditions reportedly take their toll on employee productivity as well.
D. They take on average 14 annual sick days, compared with the typical worker's eight days off ill.
  • a. CABD
  • b. BDAC
  • c. CADB
  • d. BADC
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 2. A. The winners of the lot will go to the Calabria region of italy with Garen and Shari staying at the finest hotels and enjoying world-class food and wines in Milan and Venice and the Piedmont region.
B. Like the Naples, Florida wine auction, the Napa Valley Auction has a strong car component
C.The car element is that the party will travel around Italy in two brand new Maserati Quattroporte sedans, receive a guided tour of the Maserati factory in Modena with lunch at the world-renowned Panini Collection of historic Maseratis and have the opportunity to test-drive the new Maserati GranTurismo coupe.
D. This year Garen and Shari Staglin of the Staglin Family Vineyard have arranged a special car lot for bidders.
  • a. ACBD
  • b. BDAC
  • c. ADBC
  • d. BDAC
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 3. A. Last week, NewsChannel 3 showed you how the blood bank was struggling to keep its shelves stocked because of low donations.
B. Debra Ahlers from the Community Blood Bank says there's been an understanding between banks and the areas they serve.
C.Now, the blood bank says the San Bernardino Blood Bank is taking local blood away from the Coachella Valley.
D. The Community Blood Bank is facing more challenges.
  • a. CBDA
  • b. CBAD
  • c. DBAC
  • d. DACB
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 4. A. The Feed Bird Feeder makes no guarantees about is squirrel-deterrence abilities, but the design alone is easily worth giving it a change.
B.The loss of a bird feeder to the squirrels - something every bird feeder-owner is familiar with - means that a replacement is in order.
C.The feeder was designed by Gary Cruce as a companion to his Nest birdhouse.
D. Most anti-squirrel feeders are, to be honest, ugly.
  • a. BCDA
  • b. BCAD
  • c. BDAC
  • d. ACBD
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 5. A. (Andrew Davis Tucker/Staff) Some - Pebble Beach comes to mind - boast spectacular ocean views. Others have island greens (TPC at Sawgrass) or mountainous terrain (Castle Pines).
B.Augusta National Golf Club? Its backdrop includes towering pines, and azaleas and dogwoods that seem to bloom on command each spring.
C.All golf courses are not created equal.
D. The 13th hole is named after the azaleas that line the area.
  • a. CDAB
  • b. BADC
  • c. DCBA
  • d. BACD
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 6. A. Learners won't have to register for the classes, and everyone is accepted.
B. the end of this year, the contents of all 1,800 courses taught at one of the world's most prestigious universities will be available online to anyone in the world, anywhere in the world
C.The OpenCourseWare movement, begun at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2002 and now spread to some 120 other universities worldwide.
D. The cost? It's all free of charge.
  • a. ABCD
  • b. DCBA
  • c. BADC
  • d. BCDA
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 7. A. There are eight Klimt banners which measure an impressive 96" H x 35" W.
B. To promote its exhibition, "Gustav Klimt: Five Paintings from the Collection of Ferdinand and Adele Bloch-Bauer", the Neue Galerie created banners featuring the 1907 portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer to hang along Fifth Avenue at 86th street.
C.But for less than $1,000 you can have a version of Gustav Klimt's Adele painting in your home.
D. A $135 million painting is out of all but the richest budgets.
  • a. BCDA
  • b. DCBA
  • c. DCAB
  • d. BCAD
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 8. A. TWe never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved.
B. Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos.
C. Many of us bought our beloved “pets” at pet shops, had guinea pigs, and kept beautiful birds in cages.
D. We wore wool and silk, ate McDonald’s burgers, and fished.
  • a. BCDA
  • b. DCBA
  • c. CBDA
  • d. ADBC
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 9. A. Four of these are satisfactory.
B. The two that aren't are the bear attack - too nasty - and the human attack - that's just humans as normal so what's the big deal?
C. But, otherwise, there is something utterly right about the spectacle of animals disrupting the silly conventions and condescending style that form the global TV vernacular.
D. There are five videos of animals attacking TV reporters plus one of a human assault.
  • a. DACB
  • b. CABD
  • c. DABC
  • d. BCAD
  • e.Not Attempted

Question Number 10. A. Next month (December) the National Audit Office is due to produce a report on government use of management consultants.
B. “Don’t hold your breath,” says Neil Glass. Glass, as the author David Craig, is a whistleblower.
C. Since 1997, he says, consultants have cost the taxpayer £70 billion with either zero or negative returns.
D. His book, Plundering the Public Sector, paints a uniformly bleak picture of consultant greed and government incompetence.
  • a. ABDC
  • b. CABD
  • c. DABC
  • d. BCAD
  • e.Not Attempted

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