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PASSAGE 2

As soon as I got to the closed door of the barn, I realized that something was wrong. Instead of the chewing noise of the dairy herd that at night sheltered there during the winter months, there was silence. I undid the lock that kept the huge doors firmly shut, pulled them open and shone my flashlight into the cavernous interior. Apart from some bales of hay, it was empty.

5.

Which of the following words used in the text indicates the size of the barn?

a. interior

b. sheltered

c. empty

d. cavernous

6.

From the text we learn that at night in winter

  • a.

    the barn is usually empty

  • b.

    cows are usually kept in the barn

  • c.

    all the farm animals shelter in the barn

  • d.

    a light is kept on in the barn

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

.

7.

a. open outwards b. open inwards From the information given, it is implied that the barn doors __________ c. open automatically d. are kept open

.

8.

From writer realized that the situation was not normal when he

.

  • a.

    unlocked the door

  • b.

    shone his flashlight into the b

arn

__________

  • c.

    saw the bales of hay

  • d.

    was outside the barn

9.

a. fighting The writer expected to hear the noise of animal’s b. sleeping _____________ c. running

.

d. eating

PASSAGE 3

Do you love to sleep late on the weekends? Don’t touch that snooze button. ”Sleeping late on weekends and during vacations is one of the most common causes of headaches. “says Jams Dexter. M.D., professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine. “The body gets used to a certain circadian rhythm, and just the slightest change can throw things off and cause a headache.” You’re better off going to bed and awakening at the same time every day.”

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