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Mega Goal 6
Expansion 1 to 3
By "Mazin A.zamil"

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Vocabulary
Matching Questions

 

Vocabulary
Matching Questions

 

1. Match each word in Column 1 with a definition
appealing
assassinate
astound
delighted
flop
A. a failure
B. very pleased
C. to surprise greatly
D. to kill an important or famous person
E. attractive, desirable

Grammar

Rewrite each sentence below as a passive sentence.

Grammar

Rewrite each sentence below as a passive sentence.

2. They could have served more food at dinner.
3. The police officer should have given you a warning instead of a ticket.
4. Someone must have left this pair of shoes here yesterday.
5. A computer error might have caused the problem with your bank statement.
Rewrite the sentence below by reducing the adverb clause.
Rewrite the sentence below by reducing the adverb clause.
6. While I was jogging in the park, I ran into an old friend.
7. Before I took this class, I studied English by myself at home.

Reading

Read the text and answer the questions. Write T or F at the end of each question/statement.

The History of Wigs
 
Do you know anyone who wears a wig? A wig is artificial hair that a person wears on his or her head. There are many different reasons that people wear wigs, and wigs have had a long history in fashion and culture.
 
The ancient Egyptians wore wigs to protect their shaved head from the hot sun. Other ancient cultures used wigs to improve the appearance of their own hair, or else for hygienic reasons. For people who lived in close living conditions, head lice (insects that live on your scalp or in your hair) were a problem. It was much easier to get rid of lice from a wig that it was to get rid of them in natural hair.
 
In the 1600s, wigs became popular with royalty in Europe, and eventually became fashionable for men to wear as well. Later, wigs became popular for men of all social status to wear. The most fashionable wigs were very elaborate and were often heavy and uncomfortable to wear. Some were made from human hair, while others were made from goat or horse hair.
 
In the 1700s people began to wear powdered wigs. The powder turned the wigs bright white or gray. It was at this time in England that powdered wigs became part of the traditional costume of certain professions, such as in legal courts. This tradition of wearing powdered wigs survives to this day in some formal court and government proceedings, particularly in England but also in Australia and New Zealand.
 
Today, wigs are not nearly as fashionable as they once were for everyday use, but they do still serve a purpose. They are commonly worn in the theater and film industry. And some people do still wear wigs to cover hair loss or improve the appearance of their own hair. In any case, wigs have come a long way from what they once were. Today, they are often made form synthetic materials, and they can be very difficult to distinguish from a person’s natural hair.
 
8. Wigs are not worn at all today.
True
False
9. Powdered wigs were usually blond. 
True
False
10. The fashion of wearing wigs endured for hundreds of years.
True
False
11. It is true that wigs were sometimes made from horse hair. 
True
False
12. It is a fact that wigs are still worn today in some courts. 
True
False
13. The ancient Egyptians often wore wigs to be fashionable. 
True
False
Listening
Listen to the text and choose the best answer to each question.
14. People with intense agoraphobia are not able to stay at home. 
True
False
15. It is possible to get over a phobia. 
True
False
16. All phobias are hereditary. 
True
False
17. Treatments for phobias include mediation, counseling, gradual exposure to the source of fear and other techniques
True
False

Choose the best answer to each question.

Choose the best answer to each question.

18. John and Len were walking _____.
down a street
through the park
on the beach
through a shopping center
19. People with phobias experience a feeling of ________ when faced with the source of their phobia. 
extreme annoyance.
extreme anxiety.
extreme tiredness.
extreme depression.
20. This irrational fear of something causes many _____.
physical symptoms
physical disabilities
psychological symptoms
phobias
21. Some phobias have a minimal impact on a sufferer’s life, for example _____.
claustrophobia
arachnophobia
fear of crowds
fear of open spaces
22. Which sentence is correct?
After was in a car accident, George Ramirez developed ochophobia.
After been in a car accident, George Ramirez developed ochophobia.
After he was being in an accident, George Ramirez developed ochophobia.
After being in a car accident, George Ramirez developed ochophobia.
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