Directions. In this section you will hear 3 short passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A, B, C, and D, and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
PQuestions 11-13 are based on the passage you have just heard:
11. A. He was short of money and wanted to do something useful.
B. He had taught in a school before.
C. He had received the degree of M.A.
D. HE like schools.
12 A. HE was nervous.
B. It was too hot to travel comfortably
C. It was rather complicated.
D. He hated interviews.
13 A. Only art was important.
B. Games were unimportant.
C. It was vital for the headmaster and the writer to play the same game
D. Games were a vital part of a boy's education.
Questions 14-15 are based on the passage you have just heard:
14. A. In 1965
B. Seven years after the marriage began
C. Four years ago
D. Several weeks ago
15. A. At first he was very supportive, but now he is very unhappy about her success.
B. At first he was critical, but now he is pound of his wife's success.
C. His attitude has no change.
D. He is different to his wife's job.
Questions 16-20 are based on the passage you have just heard:
16. A. Disadvantages of Left-handedness.
B. Advantages of the Left-handers.
C. Left-handed people.
D. Movements Involving the hands.
17 A. The right-handed people know how to deal with the left-handed people
B. Quite a number of players are left-handed.
C. The winners are always the left-handed people.
D. The players are more right-handed than left-handed.
18 A. They are a small minority
B. They are unpleasant.
C. They are clumsy.
D. They are good at sports.
19 A. The majority of people, about nine out often, are right-handed.
B. Many tools and devices are still designed mainly for right-handed people
C. No one is totally right-sided or left-sided:
D. Shaking hands can also be done with the left-hand.
20 A. Putting the head on one side.
B. Scratching the back.
C. Threading the needle.
D. Interlocking the fingers.