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READING COMPREHENSION TEST
FOR 9-TH FORM STUDENTS
Directions: In this test you will read texts. Each next is followed by tasks. You should do the tasks following a text on the basis of what is stated or implied in that text. For each task you will choose the best possible answers from four possible answers (A, B, C, or D), or two symbols (+ or -) as specified prior to each task. Choose the best answer and mark the letter or symbol of your choice.
Jenny lived on Hamilton Street. It was a long line of wooden houses with children playing in front of them, and whole families sitting on their front steps. I felt like a stranger in a strange land as I parked the MG outside 189A Hamilton Street. Mr Cavilleri's hand shake w as warm and strong.
"How do you do, sir?" I said.
"I'm Phil," he said.
"Phil, sir." It was a frightening moment. Then Mr. Cavilleri turned to his daughter. Suddenly they were in each other's arms, laughing and crying and kissing. I felt like a stranger.
For some time I did not have to speak much. "Don't speak with your mouth full," my family had told me when I was a child. Phil and his daughter kept my mouth full all afternoon. I don't know how many Italian cakes I ate. Both Cavilleris were very pleased.
1. The houses on Hamilton Street were made of:
3. Phil was Jenny's:
4. At the table the narrator of the passage:
A. spoke much
B. ate much
C. laughed much
D. cried much
A. very glad
B. very sad
C. very unhappy
D. very unpleased
Christmas day was very different that year. Beth felt much better and was carried to the window to see the snowman which Jo and Laurie had made. It had a basket of fruit and flowers in one hand and a new piece of music in the other. Lauri ran up and down, bringing in the presents, and Jo sang; a funny song.
"I'm so happy!" laughed Beth, as Jo carried her back to the other room to rest after the fun "Oh, I do wish that Father was here too".
Half an hour later, Lauri came to the house and opened the door quietly. "Here's another Christmas present for the March family!" he called out.
He moved away, and in his place appeared a tall man holding the arm of another man, who tried to say something but couldn't.
"Father!" cried Meg and Jo together - and Mr. March disappeared under lots of loving arms and kisses.
6. The events described in the passage happened in spring time.
7. The basket in the snowman's hand was full of cookies.
8. Jo played a new piece of music.
9. The children were very happy to see their father that day.
10. Father said a lot of warm words to his children as soon as he came into the room.
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