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آزمون زبان انگلیسی دوازدهم درس اول گروه ب شامل 20سوال می باشد که در مدت زمان 20دقیقه باید به آنها پاسخ بدهید.

با استفاده از علامت علامت تمام صفحهدر بالای آزمون، میتوانید آزمون را تمام صفحه کنید و با خیال راحت آزمون بدهید.

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1) The man has . . . denied any wrongdoing but nobody believed he was telling the truth.

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2) You’d like to spend your summer vacation in a very quiet place , ............. you?

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3) Cloze Test I:

Many of us believe that the way to become ....(1)…… and healthier is by spending money on ourselves. We put in extra hours at work and save up money to be able to buy the things that we believe will ...(2).... us happiness. In a study, the researchers looked at whether spending money on others could actually cause a reduction in blood pressure. ....(3) ..... on three days during a six-week study, 73 participants with high blood pressure were instructed to spend $40 given to them by the researchers. Half ...(4).... to spend the money on themselves, while the other half were told to spend the money on others. The researchers found that the participants who ....(5).... money on others had lower blood pressure at the end of the study. Notably, this effect appeared to be as large as the benefits of healthy diet and exercise.

Which is the best choice for the blank .......(1).......?

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4) Which is the best choice for the blank .......(2).......?

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5) Which is the best choice for the blank .......(3).......?

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6) Which is the best choice for the blank .......(4).......?

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7) Which is the best choice for the blank .......(5).......?

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8) Cloze Test II:

Over the past 15 years, various studies have shown a connection between ....(6)....., altruism, and volunteering and less depression. For volunteers, this is the ....(7)..... as long as they don't go overboard and overburden (to do something too much) themselves by ...(8)..... too much or too often. Being unkind to ourselves is also connected to depression and low psychological well-being. ...(9)..... enough, those of us who are struggling might be some of the best ...(10)..... for kindness. Over the years, studies of people fighting disease, chronic pain, and emotional trauma have shown that kindness can help them deal with better and combat negative emotions.

Which is the best choice for the blank .......(6).......?

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9) Which is the best choice for the blank .......(7).......?

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10) Which is the best choice for the blank .......(8).......?

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11) Which is the best choice for the blank .......(9).......?

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12) Which is the best choice for the blank .......(10).......?

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13) Reading 1

You've heard about survival of the fittest and Darwin's theory. Survival of the fittest is usually associated with selfishness, meaning that to survive (a basic instinct) means to look out for yourself. But Darwin, who studied human evolution, actually didn't see mankind as being biologically competitive and self-interested. Darwin believed that we are a profoundly social and caring species. He argued that sympathy and caring for others is instinctual.

Current research supports the idea that devoting resources to others, rather than having more and more for yourself, brings about lasting well-being. Kindness has been found by researchers to be the most important predictor of satisfaction and stability in a marriage as a result, many prestigious colleges, including Harvard, are now emphasizing it on applications for admission.

There are different ways to practice gentleness in which you can open your eyes and notice when others are suffering. Celebrating someone you love, giving honest compliments, sending an email thanking someone, telling someone how s/he is special to you, helping an elderly neighbor with yard work or food, taking a photo of someone and sending it to the person, sharing homemade food, refusing to gossip, and donating old clothing and things you don't need are all ideas about how to practice kindness.

Kindness is actually a willingness to full-heartedly celebrate someone else's successes, Gottman's work shows that your response to someone's successes may determine more about your relationship than how you respond when times are difficult. Do you minimize the success, not pay attention to it, or bring up all the problems with the success?

The passage is mainly about ......... .

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14) The passage states that survival of the fittest and Darwin theory ........ .

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15) The word “bring about” in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to .........

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16) The passage provides enough information to answer which of the following questions?

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17) Researchers from the Women's Health Aging Project in Australia observed the cognitive function of over 180 women who cared for grandchildren. The results showed that postmenopausal, elderly, women who spend one day a week caring for their grandchildren may have a lower risk of developing Alzheimer's and other cognitive disor ders. However, those that spend five days a week or more caring for little ones may have a higher risk of developing neurodegenerative disorders.

This is the first study to examine the role of grandparenting on cognition. While the reason for the correlation is not clear, it is thought that regular social interaction can have a positive effect on the mental health of seniors and lower their risk for Alzheimer's. Caring for grandchildren can help to prevent the social isolation that can cause depression, and even an earlier death.

In addition to preventing Alzheimer's and avoiding social isolation, other research suggests that a strong grandchild and grandparent bond has anti-depressive benefits for both seniors and children. A study from the Institute on Aging at Boston College observed the habits of 376 grandparents and 340 children for 19 years. They found that the closer the relationship between the two, the less likely either were to develop depression and that grandparents who both gave and received support had the fewest symptoms of depression.

According to the passage, the author claims that .........

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18) The word "seniors” in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to ...... .

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19) The main purpose of the passage is to .......... .

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20) Which of the following statement about the passage is NOT true?

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