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Time allowed is 60 minutes. 50 multiple choice questions.
All questions carry equal mark.
No mark will be deducted for wrong answer.
Use CAPITAL letters (A,B,C,D) to answer the questions.
Use black or blue ink in answering questions.
You are not allowed to leave the Examination Room in the first and the last 10 minutes of the test.
Sample Questions for General Use of English
Section A1: Comprehension
This section aims to test candidates' ability to comprehend a written text. Two prose passages of non-technical background are cited. Candidates are required to exercise skills in deciding on the gist, identifying main points, drawing inferences, distinguishing facts from opinion, interpreting figurative language, etc.
Section A2: Accurate Summary
Read the short passages below and select the most accurate summary for each.
1. Three in every five men in this country has a criminal conviction by 40. People whose behaviour merits legal sanction, but falls far short of what we commonly understand as a crime - minor motoring and public-order offences - are channelled through the criminal courts. If the government wants to get offenders back to work and release police officers to deal with real crimes, it is time to reconsider which of the 10,000 criminal offences on the statute book need the full force of the criminal law.
(A) The male population has serious criminal tendencies.
(B) The courts have no time to deal with minor offences.
(C) More policemen are needed to deal with real crimes.
(D) Minor offences should not be treated as crimes.
Section B1: Sentence Completion
Complete the following sentence by choosing the best answer from the options given.
2. There is ________ evidence that the police are only just beginning to come to terms with the true extent of violent crime in this country.
(A) growth of
(D) growing up
Answer : C
Section B2: Error Identification
The underlined section contains a language mistake. Select the words or phrases which will correct the mistake.
3. Compare the driving habits of the two groups of drivers, the researcher hopes to find out ways to enhance road safety.
(A) Comparing with
(B) In comparison
(C) As compare
(D) By comparing