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: 12 ม.ค. 60 เวลา 15:32 น.

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ข้อที่ 1/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   This story shows that there are some terribly mean people around in the world today.
   My son went on holiday to Holland. It was a struggle to find the cash to send him, but in the end off he went with a bit of pocket money.
   On his first day there, he bought his younger brother and sister a present each – a dog that yaps and picks up paper and a clown which does tricks.
   On the day of his departure, he was told to leave the presents in the hotel lobby with his luggage, so he tied the toys to his case.
   When it came time to go home, the toys had disappeared. Can anybody imagine the disappointment on my son’s face when he couldn’t give his brother and sister their presents?
Mrs. L. Slater, Codnor, Derbys
WRITE TO: Mirror Woman,
Holdborn Circus, London ECIP 1DQ


This letter ______.

2

ข้อที่ 2/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   This story shows that there are some terribly mean people around in the world today.
   My son went on holiday to Holland. It was a struggle to find the cash to send him, but in the end off he went with a bit of pocket money.
   On his first day there, he bought his younger brother and sister a present each – a dog that yaps and picks up paper and a clown which does tricks.
   On the day of his departure, he was told to leave the presents in the hotel lobby with his luggage, so he tied the toys to his case.
   When it came time to go home, the toys had disappeared. Can anybody imagine the disappointment on my son’s face when he couldn’t give his brother and sister their presents?
Mrs. L. Slater, Codnor, Derbys
WRITE TO: Mirror Woman,
Holdborn Circus, London ECIP 1DQ


The word mean (paragraph 1) can best be replaced by ____.

3

ข้อที่ 3/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   This story shows that there are some terribly mean people around in the world today.
   My son went on holiday to Holland. It was a struggle to find the cash to send him, but in the end off he went with a bit of pocket money.
   On his first day there, he bought his younger brother and sister a present each – a dog that yaps and picks up paper and a clown which does tricks.
   On the day of his departure, he was told to leave the presents in the hotel lobby with his luggage, so he tied the toys to his case.
   When it came time to go home, the toys had disappeared. Can anybody imagine the disappointment on my son’s face when he couldn’t give his brother and sister their presents?
Mrs. L. Slater, Codnor, Derbys
WRITE TO: Mirror Woman,
Holdborn Circus, London ECIP 1DQ


The word presents (paragraph 4) refers to ____.

4

ข้อที่ 4/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   This story shows that there are some terribly mean people around in the world today.
   My son went on holiday to Holland. It was a struggle to find the cash to send him, but in the end off he went with a bit of pocket money.
   On his first day there, he bought his younger brother and sister a present each – a dog that yaps and picks up paper and a clown which does tricks.
   On the day of his departure, he was told to leave the presents in the hotel lobby with his luggage, so he tied the toys to his case.
   When it came time to go home, the toys had disappeared. Can anybody imagine the disappointment on my son’s face when he couldn’t give his brother and sister their presents?
Mrs. L. Slater, Codnor, Derbys
WRITE TO: Mirror Woman,
Holdborn Circus, London ECIP 1DQ


The boy was unhappy with the trip because ____.

5

ข้อที่ 5/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   This story shows that there are some terribly mean people around in the world today.
   My son went on holiday to Holland. It was a struggle to find the cash to send him, but in the end off he went with a bit of pocket money.
   On his first day there, he bought his younger brother and sister a present each – a dog that yaps and picks up paper and a clown which does tricks.
   On the day of his departure, he was told to leave the presents in the hotel lobby with his luggage, so he tied the toys to his case.
   When it came time to go home, the toys had disappeared. Can anybody imagine the disappointment on my son’s face when he couldn’t give his brother and sister their presents?
Mrs. L. Slater, Codnor, Derbys
WRITE TO: Mirror Woman,
Holdborn Circus, London ECIP 1DQ


It can be inferred that _____.

6

ข้อที่ 6/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   This story shows that there are some terribly mean people around in the world today.
   My son went on holiday to Holland. It was a struggle to find the cash to send him, but in the end off he went with a bit of pocket money.
   On his first day there, he bought his younger brother and sister a present each – a dog that yaps and picks up paper and a clown which does tricks.
   On the day of his departure, he was told to leave the presents in the hotel lobby with his luggage, so he tied the toys to his case.
   When it came time to go home, the toys had disappeared. Can anybody imagine the disappointment on my son’s face when he couldn’t give his brother and sister their presents?
Mrs. L. Slater, Codnor, Derbys
WRITE TO: Mirror Woman,
Holdborn Circus, London ECIP 1DQ


The title of this letter is likely to be ____.

7

ข้อที่ 7/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   This story shows that there are some terribly mean people around in the world today.
   My son went on holiday to Holland. It was a struggle to find the cash to send him, but in the end off he went with a bit of pocket money.
   On his first day there, he bought his younger brother and sister a present each – a dog that yaps and picks up paper and a clown which does tricks.
   On the day of his departure, he was told to leave the presents in the hotel lobby with his luggage, so he tied the toys to his case.
   When it came time to go home, the toys had disappeared. Can anybody imagine the disappointment on my son’s face when he couldn’t give his brother and sister their presents?
Mrs. L. Slater, Codnor, Derbys
WRITE TO: Mirror Woman,
Holdborn Circus, London ECIP 1DQ


The letter was written by _____.

8

ข้อที่ 8/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   This story shows that there are some terribly mean people around in the world today.
   My son went on holiday to Holland. It was a struggle to find the cash to send him, but in the end off he went with a bit of pocket money.
   On his first day there, he bought his younger brother and sister a present each – a dog that yaps and picks up paper and a clown which does tricks.
   On the day of his departure, he was told to leave the presents in the hotel lobby with his luggage, so he tied the toys to his case.
   When it came time to go home, the toys had disappeared. Can anybody imagine the disappointment on my son’s face when he couldn’t give his brother and sister their presents?
Mrs. L. Slater, Codnor, Derbys
WRITE TO: Mirror Woman,
Holdborn Circus, London ECIP 1DQ


The purpose of this letter is to ____.

9

ข้อที่ 9/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.



The mother is surprised because the child _____.

10

ข้อที่ 10/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.



It can be inferred that the _____.

11

ข้อที่ 11/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.



From the comic strip, we learn that the child ____.

12

ข้อที่ 12/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   Improving your home of just keeping it in a good state of repair can be an expensive business. When your home needs repairs, you have to be careful about whom you choose to do the work.
   Certain types of home improvement are often sold by doorstep salesmen. Many behave responsibly, but there are some rogues too. Some pretend to be researchers or ‘energy consultants’ and so on, in order to get inside your front door. It’s only when they are inside that you find out that they want to sell something! Ask for some kind of identification and don’t let anyone in until you know who they represent.
   Some salesmen may try to insist that your make a quick decision to sign a legally binding contract. They may mislead you into thinking you can always cancel and back out later when in fact you can’t. You may be offered a discount to tempt you to sigh on the spot without checking on what other firms would charge.
   Be on your guard! Don’t feel obliged to buy anything you don’t really want. If you are interested, get written details and a price from the salesman and compare it with other firms’ estimates. And make sure you get the name and address of the salesman’s head office in writing - certainly before you part with any money.

The word rogues (paragraph 2) means “men who are ____”.

13

ข้อที่ 13/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   Improving your home of just keeping it in a good state of repair can be an expensive business. When your home needs repairs, you have to be careful about whom you choose to do the work.
   Certain types of home improvement are often sold by doorstep salesmen. Many behave responsibly, but there are some rogues too. Some pretend to be researchers or ‘energy consultants’ and so on, in order to get inside your front door. It’s only when they are inside that you find out that they want to sell something! Ask for some kind of identification and don’t let anyone in until you know who they represent.
   Some salesmen may try to insist that your make a quick decision to sign a legally binding contract. They may mislead you into thinking you can always cancel and back out later when in fact you can’t. You may be offered a discount to tempt you to sigh on the spot without checking on what other firms would charge.
   Be on your guard! Don’t feel obliged to buy anything you don’t really want. If you are interested, get written details and a price from the salesman and compare it with other firms’ estimates. And make sure you get the name and address of the salesman’s head office in writing - certainly before you part with any money.

The phrase on the spot (paragraph 3) could best be replaced by ____.

14

ข้อที่ 14/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   Improving your home of just keeping it in a good state of repair can be an expensive business. When your home needs repairs, you have to be careful about whom you choose to do the work.
   Certain types of home improvement are often sold by doorstep salesmen. Many behave responsibly, but there are some rogues too. Some pretend to be researchers or ‘energy consultants’ and so on, in order to get inside your front door. It’s only when they are inside that you find out that they want to sell something! Ask for some kind of identification and don’t let anyone in until you know who they represent.
   Some salesmen may try to insist that your make a quick decision to sign a legally binding contract. They may mislead you into thinking you can always cancel and back out later when in fact you can’t. You may be offered a discount to tempt you to sigh on the spot without checking on what other firms would charge.
   Be on your guard! Don’t feel obliged to buy anything you don’t really want. If you are interested, get written details and a price from the salesman and compare it with other firms’ estimates. And make sure you get the name and address of the salesman’s head office in writing - certainly before you part with any money.

The word they (paragraph 2) refers to ____.

15

ข้อที่ 15/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   Improving your home of just keeping it in a good state of repair can be an expensive business. When your home needs repairs, you have to be careful about whom you choose to do the work.
   Certain types of home improvement are often sold by doorstep salesmen. Many behave responsibly, but there are some rogues too. Some pretend to be researchers or ‘energy consultants’ and so on, in order to get inside your front door. It’s only when they are inside that you find out that they want to sell something! Ask for some kind of identification and don’t let anyone in until you know who they represent.
   Some salesmen may try to insist that your make a quick decision to sign a legally binding contract. They may mislead you into thinking you can always cancel and back out later when in fact you can’t. You may be offered a discount to tempt you to sigh on the spot without checking on what other firms would charge.
   Be on your guard! Don’t feel obliged to buy anything you don’t really want. If you are interested, get written details and a price from the salesman and compare it with other firms’ estimates. And make sure you get the name and address of the salesman’s head office in writing - certainly before you part with any money.

Before entering your house, a doorstep salesman must ____.

16

ข้อที่ 16/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   Improving your home of just keeping it in a good state of repair can be an expensive business. When your home needs repairs, you have to be careful about whom you choose to do the work.
   Certain types of home improvement are often sold by doorstep salesmen. Many behave responsibly, but there are some rogues too. Some pretend to be researchers or ‘energy consultants’ and so on, in order to get inside your front door. It’s only when they are inside that you find out that they want to sell something! Ask for some kind of identification and don’t let anyone in until you know who they represent.
   Some salesmen may try to insist that your make a quick decision to sign a legally binding contract. They may mislead you into thinking you can always cancel and back out later when in fact you can’t. You may be offered a discount to tempt you to sigh on the spot without checking on what other firms would charge.
   Be on your guard! Don’t feel obliged to buy anything you don’t really want. If you are interested, get written details and a price from the salesman and compare it with other firms’ estimates. And make sure you get the name and address of the salesman’s head office in writing - certainly before you part with any money.

The purpose of this extract is to _____.

17

ข้อที่ 17/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   Improving your home of just keeping it in a good state of repair can be an expensive business. When your home needs repairs, you have to be careful about whom you choose to do the work.
   Certain types of home improvement are often sold by doorstep salesmen. Many behave responsibly, but there are some rogues too. Some pretend to be researchers or ‘energy consultants’ and so on, in order to get inside your front door. It’s only when they are inside that you find out that they want to sell something! Ask for some kind of identification and don’t let anyone in until you know who they represent.
   Some salesmen may try to insist that your make a quick decision to sign a legally binding contract. They may mislead you into thinking you can always cancel and back out later when in fact you can’t. You may be offered a discount to tempt you to sigh on the spot without checking on what other firms would charge.
   Be on your guard! Don’t feel obliged to buy anything you don’t really want. If you are interested, get written details and a price from the salesman and compare it with other firms’ estimates. And make sure you get the name and address of the salesman’s head office in writing - certainly before you part with any money.

It can be concluded that when improving their houses, homeowners should _______.

18

ข้อที่ 18/18
คำถาม :

Director: Read the extracts below and choose the BEST answer to each question that follows.

   Improving your home of just keeping it in a good state of repair can be an expensive business. When your home needs repairs, you have to be careful about whom you choose to do the work.
   Certain types of home improvement are often sold by doorstep salesmen. Many behave responsibly, but there are some rogues too. Some pretend to be researchers or ‘energy consultants’ and so on, in order to get inside your front door. It’s only when they are inside that you find out that they want to sell something! Ask for some kind of identification and don’t let anyone in until you know who they represent.
   Some salesmen may try to insist that your make a quick decision to sign a legally binding contract. They may mislead you into thinking you can always cancel and back out later when in fact you can’t. You may be offered a discount to tempt you to sigh on the spot without checking on what other firms would charge.
   Be on your guard! Don’t feel obliged to buy anything you don’t really want. If you are interested, get written details and a price from the salesman and compare it with other firms’ estimates. And make sure you get the name and address of the salesman’s head office in writing - certainly before you part with any money.

The best title for this extract is ______.

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