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ข้อที่ 1/20
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At school:
Fonda:  Are you okay? You look sad.
Nancy:  I got an ‘F’ in Mathematics. I tried my best, but the exam was too difficult.
Fonda:  ________.

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ข้อที่ 2/20
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At a seaside resort:
Sara:  What shall we do this afternoon?
Sonia:  ____(2)_____.
Sara:  Umm, it’s such a boring activity. Why don’t we go diving?
Sonia:  ____(3)_____.

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ข้อที่ 3/20
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At a seaside resort:
Sara:  What shall we do this afternoon?
Sonia:  ____(2)_____.
Sara:  Umm, it’s such a boring activity. Why don’t we go diving?
Sonia:  ____(3)_____.

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ข้อที่ 4/20
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On the skytrain
Bill:  Excuse me. Have we met before?
Ploy:  I’m not sure. ____(4)____
Bill:  Yes. But that was a year ago. I’ve moved to a new company.
Ploy:  Oh. I see. Are you Bill?
Bill:  Yes.
Ploy:  ____(5)_____. I’m ploy.

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ข้อที่ 5/20
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On the skytrain
Bill:  Excuse me. Have we met before?
Ploy:  I’m not sure. ____(4)____
Bill:  Yes. But that was a year ago. I’ve moved to a new company.
Ploy:  Oh. I see. Are you Bill?
Bill:  Yes.
Ploy:  ____(5)_____. I’m ploy.

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ข้อที่ 6/20
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Directions: Read the situations and choose the best answer.
Situation:
Daughter: Mom, I’m going shopping with my friends at Chatuchak Weekend Market.
Mother: Beware of pickpockets. There are a lot of people there.
Daughter: Thank you, mom.

The mother says that because __________.

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ข้อที่ 7/20
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Directions: Read the situations and choose the best answer.
Situation: Your friend asks your advice about how to lose weight.

What will you say?

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ข้อที่ 8/20
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Directions: Read the situations and choose the best answer.
Situation: You want to ask your co-worker for his opinion about your presentation.

What will you say?

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ข้อที่ 9/20
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Directions: Read the situations and choose the best answer.
Situation: You friend won the first prize of lottery, but he lost all the lottery tickets.

What will you say?

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ข้อที่ 10/20
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Directions: Read the situations and choose the best answer.
Situation: A group of tourists has been looking for the Bangkok map for quite a while.

What will you say?

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ข้อที่ 11/20
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Directions: Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
   (Paragraph 1) Toyota’s new robot glides around like R2-D2 from the Star Wars movies. It is devoted to a single task: pickings up.
   (Paragraph 2) HSR is short for “human support robot.” It comes with a single mechanical arm. It can grasp objects of various shapes and sizes and also pick up smaller items with a tiny suction cup.
   (Paragraph 3) It doesn’t have other tricks, except for a computer panel on its head for surfing the Internet. A person can also access the robot from another computer and use it like a camera-phone.
   (Paragraph 4) Kouichi Ikeda is its engineer. He is serious about using it to help around regular homes. First it will be for people with disabilities and then for the elderly in general. Picking up is especially challenging for people with spinal disorders, he said.
   (Paragraph 5) “Although it can only do one simple task of picking up, it’s already making disabled people quite happy. We’re just getting started. But finally we want it to enter people’s homes,” he said.

What is NOT true about HSR?

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ข้อที่ 12/20
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Directions: Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
   (Paragraph 1) Toyota’s new robot glides around like R2-D2 from the Star Wars movies. It is devoted to a single task: pickings up.
   (Paragraph 2) HSR is short for “human support robot.” It comes with a single mechanical arm. It can grasp objects of various shapes and sizes and also pick up smaller items with a tiny suction cup.
   (Paragraph 3) It doesn’t have other tricks, except for a computer panel on its head for surfing the Internet. A person can also access the robot from another computer and use it like a camera-phone.
   (Paragraph 4) Kouichi Ikeda is its engineer. He is serious about using it to help around regular homes. First it will be for people with disabilities and then for the elderly in general. Picking up is especially challenging for people with spinal disorders, he said.
   (Paragraph 5) “Although it can only do one simple task of picking up, it’s already making disabled people quite happy. We’re just getting started. But finally we want it to enter people’s homes,” he said.

Which paragraph tells the readers who invents the robot?

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ข้อที่ 13/20
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Directions: Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
   (Paragraph 1) Toyota’s new robot glides around like R2-D2 from the Star Wars movies. It is devoted to a single task: pickings up.
   (Paragraph 2) HSR is short for “human support robot.” It comes with a single mechanical arm. It can grasp objects of various shapes and sizes and also pick up smaller items with a tiny suction cup.
   (Paragraph 3) It doesn’t have other tricks, except for a computer panel on its head for surfing the Internet. A person can also access the robot from another computer and use it like a camera-phone.
   (Paragraph 4) Kouichi Ikeda is its engineer. He is serious about using it to help around regular homes. First it will be for people with disabilities and then for the elderly in general. Picking up is especially challenging for people with spinal disorders, he said.
   (Paragraph 5) “Although it can only do one simple task of picking up, it’s already making disabled people quite happy. We’re just getting started. But finally we want it to enter people’s homes,” he said.

The word ‘glides’ means _________.

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ข้อที่ 14/20
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Directions: Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
   (Paragraph 1) Toyota’s new robot glides around like R2-D2 from the Star Wars movies. It is devoted to a single task: pickings up.
   (Paragraph 2) HSR is short for “human support robot.” It comes with a single mechanical arm. It can grasp objects of various shapes and sizes and also pick up smaller items with a tiny suction cup.
   (Paragraph 3) It doesn’t have other tricks, except for a computer panel on its head for surfing the Internet. A person can also access the robot from another computer and use it like a camera-phone.
   (Paragraph 4) Kouichi Ikeda is its engineer. He is serious about using it to help around regular homes. First it will be for people with disabilities and then for the elderly in general. Picking up is especially challenging for people with spinal disorders, he said.
   (Paragraph 5) “Although it can only do one simple task of picking up, it’s already making disabled people quite happy. We’re just getting started. But finally we want it to enter people’s homes,” he said.

The robot is expected to help disabled and ________ people.

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ข้อที่ 15/20
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Directions: Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
   (Paragraph 1) Toyota’s new robot glides around like R2-D2 from the Star Wars movies. It is devoted to a single task: pickings up.
   (Paragraph 2) HSR is short for “human support robot.” It comes with a single mechanical arm. It can grasp objects of various shapes and sizes and also pick up smaller items with a tiny suction cup.
   (Paragraph 3) It doesn’t have other tricks, except for a computer panel on its head for surfing the Internet. A person can also access the robot from another computer and use it like a camera-phone.
   (Paragraph 4) Kouichi Ikeda is its engineer. He is serious about using it to help around regular homes. First it will be for people with disabilities and then for the elderly in general. Picking up is especially challenging for people with spinal disorders, he said.
   (Paragraph 5) “Although it can only do one simple task of picking up, it’s already making disabled people quite happy. We’re just getting started. But finally we want it to enter people’s homes,” he said.

What does ‘its’ refer to?

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ข้อที่ 16/20
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Directions: Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
   (Paragraph 1) The sharp decline of the elephant population in Tanzania, most likely due to poaching, is worrying. The country’s government has just estimated that 65,721 elephants died there in the last five years. The report showed the number of Tanzanian elephants had plummeted. In 2009, there were an estimated 109,051. By 2014, the number was down to 43,330.
   (Paragraph 2) The Tanzanian ports of Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar have also become main exit points for vast amounts of ivory. At least 45 tons of ivory have flowed from Tanzania to international markets in Asia since 2009.
   (Paragraph 3) Across Tanzania, some smaller elephant populations had increased. In the famed Serengeti region, the numbers rose from 3,068 to 6,087 animals. However, beyond the most heavily visited tourist locations, elephant numbers were significantly down.
   (Paragraph 4) The Tanzanian government says it has added an additional 1,000 rangers to protect wildlife. However , there is a real risk that it could be a case of too little too late for some elephant populations.
   (Paragraph 5) In February, China imposed a one-year ban on ivory imports. The ban took immediate effect, but its citizens’ desire for ivory has fueled poaching that threatens the life of African elephants.

What is the passage mainly about?

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ข้อที่ 17/20
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Directions: Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
   (Paragraph 1) The sharp decline of the elephant population in Tanzania, most likely due to poaching, is worrying. The country’s government has just estimated that 65,721 elephants died there in the last five years. The report showed the number of Tanzanian elephants had plummeted. In 2009, there were an estimated 109,051. By 2014, the number was down to 43,330.
   (Paragraph 2) The Tanzanian ports of Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar have also become main exit points for vast amounts of ivory. At least 45 tons of ivory have flowed from Tanzania to international markets in Asia since 2009.
   (Paragraph 3) Across Tanzania, some smaller elephant populations had increased. In the famed Serengeti region, the numbers rose from 3,068 to 6,087 animals. However, beyond the most heavily visited tourist locations, elephant numbers were significantly down.
   (Paragraph 4) The Tanzanian government says it has added an additional 1,000 rangers to protect wildlife. However , there is a real risk that it could be a case of too little too late for some elephant populations.
   (Paragraph 5) In February, China imposed a one-year ban on ivory imports. The ban took immediate effect, but its citizens’ desire for ivory has fueled poaching that threatens the life of African elephants.

What is TRUE according to the passage?

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ข้อที่ 18/20
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Directions: Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
   (Paragraph 1) The sharp decline of the elephant population in Tanzania, most likely due to poaching, is worrying. The country’s government has just estimated that 65,721 elephants died there in the last five years. The report showed the number of Tanzanian elephants had plummeted. In 2009, there were an estimated 109,051. By 2014, the number was down to 43,330.
   (Paragraph 2) The Tanzanian ports of Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar have also become main exit points for vast amounts of ivory. At least 45 tons of ivory have flowed from Tanzania to international markets in Asia since 2009.
   (Paragraph 3) Across Tanzania, some smaller elephant populations had increased. In the famed Serengeti region, the numbers rose from 3,068 to 6,087 animals. However, beyond the most heavily visited tourist locations, elephant numbers were significantly down.
   (Paragraph 4) The Tanzanian government says it has added an additional 1,000 rangers to protect wildlife. However , there is a real risk that it could be a case of too little too late for some elephant populations.
   (Paragraph 5) In February, China imposed a one-year ban on ivory imports. The ban took immediate effect, but its citizens’ desire for ivory has fueled poaching that threatens the life of African elephants.

The word ‘threatens’ is closest in meaning to _________.

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ข้อที่ 19/20
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Directions: Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
   (Paragraph 1) The sharp decline of the elephant population in Tanzania, most likely due to poaching, is worrying. The country’s government has just estimated that 65,721 elephants died there in the last five years. The report showed the number of Tanzanian elephants had plummeted. In 2009, there were an estimated 109,051. By 2014, the number was down to 43,330.
   (Paragraph 2) The Tanzanian ports of Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar have also become main exit points for vast amounts of ivory. At least 45 tons of ivory have flowed from Tanzania to international markets in Asia since 2009.
   (Paragraph 3) Across Tanzania, some smaller elephant populations had increased. In the famed Serengeti region, the numbers rose from 3,068 to 6,087 animals. However, beyond the most heavily visited tourist locations, elephant numbers were significantly down.
   (Paragraph 4) The Tanzanian government says it has added an additional 1,000 rangers to protect wildlife. However , there is a real risk that it could be a case of too little too late for some elephant populations.
   (Paragraph 5) In February, China imposed a one-year ban on ivory imports. The ban took immediate effect, but its citizens’ desire for ivory has fueled poaching that threatens the life of African elephants.

The government responds to the problem by _________.

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ข้อที่ 20/20
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Directions: Read the following passage and choose the best answer.
   (Paragraph 1) The sharp decline of the elephant population in Tanzania, most likely due to poaching, is worrying. The country’s government has just estimated that 65,721 elephants died there in the last five years. The report showed the number of Tanzanian elephants had plummeted. In 2009, there were an estimated 109,051. By 2014, the number was down to 43,330.
   (Paragraph 2) The Tanzanian ports of Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar have also become main exit points for vast amounts of ivory. At least 45 tons of ivory have flowed from Tanzania to international markets in Asia since 2009.
   (Paragraph 3) Across Tanzania, some smaller elephant populations had increased. In the famed Serengeti region, the numbers rose from 3,068 to 6,087 animals. However, beyond the most heavily visited tourist locations, elephant numbers were significantly down.
   (Paragraph 4) The Tanzanian government says it has added an additional 1,000 rangers to protect wildlife. However , there is a real risk that it could be a case of too little too late for some elephant populations.
   (Paragraph 5) In February, China imposed a one-year ban on ivory imports. The ban took immediate effect, but its citizens’ desire for ivory has fueled poaching that threatens the life of African elephants.

The number of elephants in Tanzania five years ago was ________.

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