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Unit 2. RELATIONSHIP
Part I. PHONETICS
Exercise 1. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
1. A. amazing B. charge C. female D. taste
2. A. eak B. eath C. thread D. tread
3. A. enough B. plough C. rough D. tough
4. A. believes B. dreams C. girls D. parents
5. A. kissed B. laughed C. looked D. loved
Exercise 2. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.
6. A. campaign B. female C. humour D. partner
7. A. advice B. contact C. mature D. maintain
8. A. favourite B. recommend C. understand D. volunteer
9. A. argument B. counsellor C. reconcile D. romantic
10. A. comfortable B. preservative C. relationship D. significant
Part II. VOCABULARY
Exercise 3. Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
11. I was shocked to find out my boyfriend had cheated on me.
A. angry B. pleased C. upset D. wo ied
12. He was furious with himself for letting things get out of control.
A. angry B. confused C. sad D. surprised
13. Mary and John have a lot in common.
A. live together B. spend lots of time together
C. share similar ideas D. share accommodation
14. She felt unsafe and insecure in love.
A. anxious B. calm C. silly D. unlucky
15. I am now reconciled with two of my estranged siblings - not just my older other, but my sister, whom I hadn't spoken to for 17 years.
A. contactable B. harmonised C. opposed D. truthful
16. When couples encounter problems or issues, they may wonder when it is appropriate to visit a ma iage counsellor.
A. advisor B. director C. professor D. trainer
17. He doesn't completely trust online partners, as they usually hide their real identity.
A. argument B. decision C. opinion D. personality
18. Sometimes, in order to get things done, you have to take the initiative.
A. make the last decision B. make important changes C. raise the first idea D. sacrifice for others
19. From the moment they met, he was completely attracted by her.
A. accepted B. fascinated C. influenced D. rejected
20. She was so happy when he got down on bended knee and popped the question.
A. asked her out B. asked her to be on a date
C. asked her to give him some money D. asked her to ma y him
21. Gary didn't always see eye to eye with his father, and this is where the honesty shows through.
A. agree with B. be truthful with C. look up to D. take after
22. Some parents strongly oppose their children's romantic relationship.
A. assist B. fo id C. ignore D. preserve
Exercise 4. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
23. I was really depressed about his winning the election, like a lot of people.
A. fed up B. pessimistic C. satisfied D. unhappy
24. Miss Walker was a mature lady when she ma ied.
A. annoyed B. childish C. energetic D. sensitive
25. Students are advised to tune out distractions and focus on study.
A. avoid B. forget C. neglect D. regard
26. Don't confess your love to your friends unless you know they feel the same way.
A. admit B. conceal C. declare D. expose
27. Among friends again, we may be happy to confide our innermost secrets.
A. admit B. conceal C. hint D. reveal
28 Most of us, even with every communication option possible, drift apart from friends.
A. be independent B. be associated C. be isolated D. be separated
29. Then the strangest thing happens - Will and Marcus strike up an unusual friendship.
A. cover up B. give up C. make up D. remain
30. He'll give Joe a red rose and a lovey-dovey poem he wrote.
A. lovesick B. romantic C. tragic D. wild
31. Feel free to ing along your significant other to the party.
A. dear B. foe C. mate D. spouse
32. I look up to my father for my whole life.
A. depend on B. disapprove C. disrespect D. underestimate
33. He's a wonderful example of a kind-hearted person with good judgement.
A. inhuman B. tolerant C. generous D. sympathetic
34. The situation seemed hopeless and desperation filled them both with anger.
A. pessimistic B. pointless C. promising D. useless
Exercise 5. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the co ect answer to each of the following questions.
35. I don't know what to say to eak the ____ with someone I've just met at the party.
A. air B. ice C. leg D. rule
36. Their close friendship ____ a romantic relationship.
A. ings about B. puts up C. takes over D. turns into
37. It's time I ____ and raised a family.
A. ca ied on B. grew up C. settled down D. worked out
38. They fell ____ because they disagreed on the care of their young son.
A. apart B. away C. out D. over
39. All the three boys seem to fall ____ over heels in love with her.
A. head B. heart C. mind D. soul
40. She says she has kissed and ____ up with Nigel, and the reunion was a fun night.
A. caught B. done C. made D. took
41. Due to financial conflict over years, they decided to get ____.
A. divorced B. engaged C. ma ied D. proposed
42. Many husbands and wives can't remember why they ever got ____ in the first place because they no longer have anything in common.
A. divorced B. engaged C. ma ied D. proposed
43. We started ____ out together before we realised we were in love.
A. asking B. eating C. going D. hanging
44. Parents are always willing to lend a sympathetic ____ to their children when they have problems.
A. hand B. ear C. eye D. paw
45. I have a ____ on a classmate who is very near and dear to me.
A. crush B. desire C. flame D. passion
46. Jane a anged for me to go on a/an ____ date with a guy from her office.
A. blind B. group C. online D. speed
47. ____ dating involves couples going out together. It gives you the chance to see how your date interacts with other people.
A. Blind B. Group C. Online D. Speed
48. If you are lucky, it will be love at first ____.
A. look B. see C. sight D. site
49. When you start dating somebody regularly, we say that you are ____ somebody.
A. knowing B. looking C. seeing D. viewing
50. His youngest daughter was the ____ of his eye.
A. apple B. honey C. sweet D. strawbe y
Part III. GRAMMAR
Exercise 6. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the co ect answer to each of the following questions.
51. What's the matter? You look ____.
A. happily B. sadly C. unhappy D. unhappily
52. I have been very ____ up to this point, but I am going to lose my temper if you don't find my baggage immediately.
A. impatiently B. impatient C. patient D. patiently
53. You seem more ____ now.
A. relaxed B. relax C. relaxing D. relaxingly
54. These watermelons were ____ sweet.
A. excepting B. exception C. exceptional D. exceptionally
55. The cake tastes ____.
A. good B. goodly C. well D. badly
56. That kitten's fur ____ so soft.
A. looks B. sounds C. smells D. tastes
57. The waves crashed on the shore where they ____ cool on my hot feet.
A. appeared B. felt C. looked D. sounded
58. The milk went ____ within seven days from opening.
A. bad B. badly C. best D. well
59. You can't blame an automaker for wanting to design a car that looks ____, even if it doesn't have what it takes under the hood.
A. fast B. fastly C. quick D. quickly
60. My darling, you looked ____ in that dress.
A. beauty B. beautify C. beautiful D. beautifully
61. She looked ____ around for a weapon.
A. desperate B. desperating C. desperately D. desperation
62. Nicole grew ____ from the hours of overtime at work. It became quite ____ that she needed a long vacation.
A. tired/obvious B. tired/obviously C. tiredly/obvious D. tiredly/obviously
63. The young girl sing ____.
A. amazing good B. amazing well C. amazingly good D. amazingly well
64. She said she would become a ____ singer ____.
A. famous/quick B. famous/quickly C. famously/quick D. famously/quickly
65. The skies became ____ as the moon moved between the Earth and the Sun.
A. surprising dark B. surprising darkly C. surprisingly dark D. surprisingly darkly
66. Although my best friend now lives in Da Nang, we still try to keep in touch ____ each other.
A. for B. on C. up to D. with
67. They said it was a great chance to form new friendships and enjoy each other's ____.
A. companion B. companionable C. companionship D. company
68. Te y has been ca ying a torch for Liz for years, but she seems not ____.
A. been noticed B. notice C. noticing D. to notice
69. Many parents are wo ied that their children will get involved ____ a romantic relationship in their teenage years.
A. for B. in C. on D. with
70. Some people are meant to fall in love ____ each other but not meant to be together.
A. for B. in C. on D. with
71. Healthy relationships allow both partners to feel supported and connected but still feel ____.
A. dependence B. dependent C. depending D. independent
72. Warmth, ____, and understanding should cost nothing in any country.
A. sympathy B. sympathetic C. sympathise D. sympathising
73. Talking to professional counsellors who are trained to help people to process feelings, can be most ____.
A. beneficial B. beneficially C. beneficiary D. benefit
74. If you have feeling for someone, then you have worked up the ____ to ask them out.
A. encourage B. encouragement C. courage D. courageous
Exercise 7. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs co ection in each of the following questions.
75. The chef tasted the meat cautious before carefully serving it to his special guest.
A B C D
76. The doctor felt the leg carefully to see if there were any okenly bones.
A B C D
77. After being closed for a long period of time, the house became dirty and smelled awfully.
A B C D
78. All the members of the committee felt happily about the ultimate decision.
A B C D
79. Sophie has lived in Thailand for several years. She knows the culture very good.
A B C D
80. I feel both excited and nervously because I have got a date with Lara tomo ow.
A B C D
81. The humid weather made it difficultly to enjoy the tropical beach.
A B C D
82. It was a warm and cosy coffee shop in where they had their first date.
A B C D
83. Je y's parents are not pleased because he does not study hardly and seriously enough.
A B C D
84. I wonder how you felt when you oke up from your ex-girlfriend.
A B C D
85. Most important, I can quickly either start or end an online relationship whenever I want.
A B C D
86. The food was good with reasonable price, but the service was slowly.
A B C D
87. According to Kate's parents' viewpoint, she is never mature enough to be in love.
A B C D
88. It is his dishonesty what I dislike the most.
A B C D
89. My students are not so good at Mathematics but they study English good.
A B C D
90. They are accustomed to share every so ow and mirth with each other.
A B C D
Part IV. SPEAKING
Exercise 8. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the co ect response to each of the following exchanges.
91. “Are you ready? The school bus is leaving.” – “Yes, just a minute. ____”
A. No longer. B. I'm coming. C. I'd be OK. D. I'm leaving.
92. “Hi, Jenny. Where are you going?” – “So y, Mike. I can't stop now. ____”
A. Of course not! B. Oops! C. See you. D. Watch out!
93. “Were you in school yesterday?” – “No, ____”
A. I was not sure. B. I was free. C. I was absent. D. It was boring
94. “Do you mind if I sit next to you?” – “____”
A. Don't mention it. B. My pleasure. C. No, not at all. D. Yes, why not?
95. “Your new dress looks fantastic!” – “Thanks, ____”
A. I bought it at Daisy's. B. I'd rather not. C. It's up to you. D. You can say that again.
96. “Do you feel like going to the prom with me?” – “ ____”
A. I feel very bored. B. That would be great. C. Yes, congratulations. D. You're welcome.
97. "I'm afraid there is no real friendship between boys and girls!”
- “____, Mommy. We are just good friends.”
A. Don't mention it B. Don't wo y C. I hope so D. Of course not
98. “I think students must go to single sex schools.” – “No, ____”
A. I totally approve. B. I disagree. C. How amazing D. What a pity.
99. “Didn't you feel tired of being alone?” – “____”
A. Of course not. B. No, thanks. C. Sounds boring. D. No, why not?
100. “What's wrong with you?” – “____”
A. Thank you. B. I'm having a headache.
C. You are welcome. D. Yes, I was tired yesterday.
101. “You look so sad. ____” – “I couldn't have my parent's permission.”
A. Can you help me? B. How do you deal with it?
C. What's the problem? D. What should I do?
102. “I can't understand why my parents don't allow me to play with boys.” – “____”
A. Me also. B. Me either. C. Me neither. D. Me too
103. “Why don't we talk to Mr Green first? I think he can help.” – “____”
A. Good idea. B. I understand. C. Yes, thanks. D. You are wrong.
104. “Hello. ____” – “Hello. Hold on please. I get you through.”
A. Can I meet Mr Green? B. Can I take Mr Green's number?
C. May I speak to Mr Green? D. Where is Mr Green's room?
105. "Can you help Carol to persuade her parents?” – “____”
A. I think so. B. Not completely. C. Yes, I'm afraid not. D. Why not?
Part V. READING
Exercise 9. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the co ect word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
In a healthy relationship, both partners respect, trust and em ace (106) ____ differences. Both partners are able to communicate (107) ____ their needs and listen to their partner, and work to resolve conflict in a rational and (108) ____ way. But maintaining a healthy relationship (109) ____ for skills many young people are never taught. A lack of these skills, and (110) ____ up in a society that sometimes cele ates violence or in a community that experiences a high (111) ____ of violence, can lead to unhealthy and even violent relationships among youth.
Dating violence (112) ____ psychological or emotional violence, such as controlling behaviours or jealousy; physical violence, such as hitting or punching. More than 20 per cent of all adolescents report having experienced (113) ____ psychological or physical violence from an intimate partner - and unde eporting remains a concern.
Adolescents, (114) ____ older adolescents, often have romantic relationships, which are long-term, serious, and intimate. Society has a responsibility to provide young people with the resources, skills, and space (115) ____ to safeguard their physical and emotional well being in these relationships. Youth-serving professionals, educators, and parents can help young people in need access services to (116) ____ dating abuse victimisation. Research also has shown that programmes intended to prevent dating violence can be (117) ____.
106. A. another's B. each another's C. each other's D. one another's
107. A. effective B. effectively C. effectiveness D. ineffective
108. A. non-violent B. violently C. violent D. violence
109. A. asks B. calls C. looks D. requires
110. A. inging B. growing C. raising D. taking
111. A. amount B. number C. rate D. scale
12. A. comprises B. consists C. contains D. includes
113. A. both B. either C. neither D. whether
114. A. especial B. especially C. special D. specially
115. A. necessitating B. necessarily C. necessary D. necessity
116. A. address B. confess C. deny D. obey
117. A. succeed B. success C. successful D. successfully
Exercise 10. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the co ect answer to each of the questions.
Let's see if you can co ectly answer the following question: At what age are Latter-day Saint youth allowed to date? Of course, you probably immediately said, "16". OK, then, how about this one: At what age are you allowed to have a boyfriend or girlfriend? You may be thinking, “Um, 16. Didn't I just answer that?" Well, if that was your answer, then, even though you aced the first question, you missed the second one. Just because you can date when you turn 16 doesn't mean you should immediately start looking for a steady boyfriend or girlfriend.
For decades, prophets have preached that youth who are in no position to ma y should not pair off exclusively. For instance, President Hinckley (1910-2008) said, "When you are young, do not get involved in steady dating. When you reach an age where you think of ma iage, then is the time to become so involved. But you boys who are in high school don't need this, and neither do the girls”. So what does this counsel really mean, and what are the reasons for it?
To begin with, there are two different types of dating: casual dating and steady (or serious) dating. The distinction between the two has to do with exclusivity. With casual dating, there is no exclusivity. The two people aren't “a couple” or “an item”, and they don't refer to each other as a “boyfriend” or “girlfriend”. They don't pair off. People who are casually dating are simply friends. This is the kind of dating the Church encourages you to do after you turn 16. You should put aside a need to find a “one and only”. If you're dating casually, you don't expect a relationship to become a romance. You have fun; you do a variety of things with a variety of people. On the other hand, steady dating means the couple is exclusive with one another. They expect each other not to date anyone else or to be emotionally or physically close with other people. Couples who date seriously consider the future, because there is a real possibility they could stay together. This is the kind of dating the Church encourages young adults (generally, people in their 20s) to progress toward, because that's the age when they should be thinking of ma ying.
You should avoid becoming exclusive as teenagers, because an exclusive relationship requires a high level of commitment from both partners, and you're not in a position to make that kind of commitment as teens – neither emotionally, physically, nor in terms of your future plans. As President Boyd K. Packer, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, has said to youth, “Avoid steady dating. Steady dating is courtship, and surely the beginning of courtship ought to be delayed until you have emerged from your teens”.
118. It can be infe ed from the first paragraph that ____.
A. dating doesn't mean having exclusive boyfriend or girlfriend
B. teenagers are supposed to have a steady boyfriend or girlfriend
C. teenagers date as many boyfriends or girlfriends as they can
D. young people shouldn't be allowed to date at 16
119. The word “aced” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ____.
A. gave up B. misled C. succeeded in D. understood
120. According to the passage, what is NOT true about casual dating?
A. You can be friend with each other. B. You don't pair off exclusively.
C. You find your "one and only”. D. You meet different kinds of people.
121. It is stated in the passage that steady dating ____.
A. includes a variety of things with a variety of people
B. is courtship that you ought to have in your teens
C. requires hardly any commitment
D. suits people who are in their 20s
122. Which of the following would serve as the best title for the passage?
A. At what age are young people allowed to date?
B. Casual dating or steady dating.
C. Make your teenage dating by keeping it casual.
D. Popular kinds of dating for teenagers.
Exercise 11. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the co ect answer to each of the questions.
It has long been seen as a less romantic way of meeting Mr Right. But finding love over the Internet is a good way of meeting a ma iage partner, research has showed. It found that one in five of those who have used dating sites to find their perfect partner have gone on to ma y someone they met over the web. The study, by consumer group Which?, also revealed that more than half of the 1,504 people questioned had been on a date with someone they met in cyberspace. Sixty-two per cent agreed that it was easier to meet someone on a dating site than in other ways, such as in a pub or club, or through friends. At the same time, the under-35s were more likely to know someone who had been on a date or had a long-term relationship with someone they met through online dating. The survey also found that Match.com and Dating Direct were the most popular dating websites.
Jess Ross, editor of which.co.uk, said: “Online dating is revolutionising the way people meet each other. Switching the computer on could be the first step to success.” According to industry surveys, more than 22 million people visited dating websites in 2007, and more than two million Britons are signed up to singles sites. Previous research has shown that couples who get to know each other via emails are more likely to see each other again after their first date. Two years ago, a study by Bath University revealed that those who met on dating websites were 94 per cent more likely to see each other after their first meeting than other couples. The researchers studied relationships formed on online dating website Match.com over a six-month period. They found that consummate love - described as a balance of passion, intimacy and commitment - was evident at around 12 months into a relationship. Of the 147 couples who took part in the study, 61 per cent said their relationships had high levels of these components. The researchers also found that men were more likely to find true love on the Internet than women. Some 67 per cent of men but just 57 per cent of women said they had experienced consummate love with an online partner.
Companionate love - a relationship with high levels of intimacy and commitment, but lower levels of passion - was the next most frequently experienced form of love, exhibited by 16 per cent of the study group. Dr Jeff Gavin, who led the team, said: “To date, there has been no systematic study of love in the context-of relationships formed via online dating sites. But with the popularity of online dating, it is imperative we understand the factors that influence satisfaction in relationships formed in this way.” Charlotte Harper, of Match.com, said: “We were thrilled to find so many of our former members have found love. It supports our belief that the Internet does in fact encourage old-fashioned courtship.”
123. According to the passage, online dating is seen as ____.
A. a modern romantic way of dating B. an economical way of dating
C. the fastest way to find a soul mate D. a great change in the way people meet
124. The words “cyberspace” in paragraph 2 probably means ____.
A. dating agency B. group dating C. online network D. school club
125. According to the passage, the number of people taking part in a study by Bath University was ____.
A. more than 1500 B. more than 750 C. about 150 D. about 300
126. The words “systematic" in paragraph 5 is closest in meaning to ____.
A. efficient B. fixed C. flexible D. insecure
127. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Consummate love has higher levels of passion than companionate love.
B. Less than 20 million people visited dating websites in 2007.
C. Many members of match.com have found love.
D. Men are more likely to find their ideal partner online than women.
128. The word “imperative” in paragraph 5 is closest in meaning to ____.
A. crucial B. minor C. optional D. useless
129. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Many couples got ma ied within 12 months since their first meeting.
B. Men were more likely to visit dating websites than women.
C. The number of single people in Britons reduced owing to online dating.
D. Many people had a long-term relationship through online dating.
130. Which of the following would serve as the best title for the passage?
A. Internet does in fact encourage old-fashioned courtship.
B. Online dating - a good way of meeting people.
C. Online dating is showed to help you find your perfect partner.
D. The revolution of online dating is alarming.
Part VI. WRITING
Exercise 12. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
131. I have to take the responsibility.
A. It's I am that responsible. B. It is I who am responsible.
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