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Test Autoevaluare: Limba Engleza - Sem 1 - 2010-2011 (8728)
Test adaugat de :alina dinescu

1 ) (124 - SINGLE SELECT) (C ai ales : )
   Why don’t you …… your claim to be granted the right to a fair and speedy trial?
  • a. put in
  • b. put out
  • c. put forward
2 ) (165 - SINGLE SELECT) (A ai ales : )
   The 50 stars on the American flag represent the 50 U. S. states and the 13 ….... represent the original Thirteen Colonies that rebelled against the British crown and became the first states in the Union.
  • a. stripes
  • b. lines
  • c. circles
3 ) (54 - SINGLE SELECT) (B ai ales : )
   In the sentence: With his recent arrest it became official that he was the black sheep of the family., the idiom the black sheep of the family means:
  • a. the foster child of a family
  • b. a disgraced family member
  • c. the inheritor of the family estate
  • d. the love child of a family
4 ) (150 - SINGLE SELECT) (C ai ales : )
   Choose the correct sentence regarding the status of the Prime Minister in U.K.:
In the United Kingdom the Prime Minister is appointed by Queen and he is not the head of state, but the head of government.
  • a. In the U. K. the Prime Minister is elected by the British citizens and he is the head of the state.
  • b. In the U. K. the Prime Minister is appointed by the House of Lords but he is not the head of the government.
  • c. In the U. K. the Prime Minister is appointed by Queen and he is not the head of state, but the head of government.
5 ) (33 - SINGLE SELECT) (D ai ales : )
   In the sentence: Manslaughter is also the unlawful killing of another, but without malice aforethought, either expressed or implied. the expression without malice aforethought means:
  • a. without the killer showing any remorse for his crime.
  • b. without the desire to break the law.
  • c. without the purpose of hiding the murder weapon.
  • d. without the intention of committing a crime (especially murder or grievous bodily harm).
6 ) (112 - SINGLE SELECT) (A ai ales : )
   Knowing that the defence case stands .......... his testimony, the best expert in town was brought to stand by the Prosecution.
  • a. on
  • b. over
  • c. for
7 ) (21 - SINGLE SELECT) (A ai ales : )
   The … question in this case is whether the accused had a motive for this crime or not.
  • a. crucial
  • b. forcible
  • c. supreme
  • d. valuable
8 ) (24 - SINGLE SELECT) (B ai ales : )
   All ........... barristers are expected to study at the Inns of Court.
  • a. hopeful
  • b. prospective
  • c. willing
  • d. wishful
9 ) (74 - SINGLE SELECT) (D ai ales : )
   The client: ‘If I didn’t smoke, my life insurance premiums would be lower.’
The client said that if ................., his life insurance premiums .................. lower.
  • a. he did smoked, would be
  • b. he hadn’t smoked, would have been
  • c. he didn’t smoke, will be
  • d. he didn’t smoke, would be
10 ) (196 - SINGLE SELECT) (A ai ales : )
   That squeaking sound makes me bang my head ……. a brick wall.
  • a. against
  • b. towards
  • c. over
11 ) (169 - SINGLE SELECT) (B ai ales : )
   The United Kingdom flag consists of three other flags that stand for Scotland, England and Ireland, each of them represented by a patron saint:
  • a. St. George (Scotland), St. Andrew (England), St. Patrick (Ireland)
  • b. St. Andrew (Scotland), St. George (England), St. Patrick (Ireland)
  • c. St. Patrick (Scotland), St. Andrew (England), St. George (Ireland)
12 ) (144 - SINGLE SELECT) (B ai ales : )
   Who chooses the justices of the Supreme Court?
  • a. The voters elect them.
  • b. The President appoints them, but the Senate must approve them.
  • c. The members of the Bar.
13 ) (161 - SINGLE SELECT) (B ai ales : )
   Knowing that since election night 2000 the colour blue has become the identified colour of the Democratic Party, while the colour red has become the identified colour of the Republican Party, the nominee George W. Bush was represented on the electoral map using …... while the nominee Al Gore was represented using …...
  • a. blue, red
  • b. red, blue
  • c. orange, blue
14 ) (23 - SINGLE SELECT) (B ai ales : )
   In the legal profession, men … women by five to one.
  • a. outclass
  • b. outnumber
  • c. overcome
  • d. supersede
15 ) (80 - SINGLE SELECT) (B ai ales : )
   In the sentence: The defendant said that he was putting his faith in the appeal judges. ‘to put one’s faith in somebody’ means:
  • a. to ask for something in an official way;
  • b. to trust someone and believe that they can do something for you;
  • c. to make someone wait because you do not want to meet them.

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