|Exam Date :1401/04/04
||Start time :16:16
||Deadline :8 Minutes
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|20UT71M_0221/ 2.5/21.7||Konkoor/Reading Comprehension||آزمون عمومی، گروه زبان های خارجی سال80||
A person, whom we'll call Mr. O, once stole a driver's license from another young man. The thief then had the misfortune to be critically injured in an automobile accident.
Unconscious and unable to communicate, Mr. O was transported to the nearest hospital, where doctors fought to save his life. The police, not realizing the identification had been stolen, notified the family for the youth whose license Mr. O was using.
For five months Mr. O remained in a hospital bed. He was virtually unidentifiable under the layers and layers of bandages. During this time, the other youth's parents visited the hospital often. They were glad to see that the person they thought was their son was alive and recovering. They brought many gifts to the mummy-like young man. Mr. O, his head concealed by the layers of gauze, accepted the gifts without a word.
Mr. O would definitely have been better off if he had avoided all three of these things-stealing the license, having the accident, and accepting the gifts. When the bandages came off and the truth became apparent, Mr. O, on top of all his other troubles, was arrested and charged with fraud.
1. After the accident, the police called _____ .
A) the owners of the car
B) the victim of the crash
C) those they thought were family
D) the nearest hospital
2. Mr. O was really _____ .
A) a parent lover
C) a bandaged mummy
B) a dishonest person
D) an excellent driver
3. The parents in this story _____ .
A) cared about their son
C) couldn't drive a car
B) were difficult to fool
D) worked for the police
4. Without the bandages, Mr. O _____ .
A) would have died immediately
C) would have seen his family
B) might have been caught sooner
D) might have lost his sight
5. After his recovery, Mr. O _____ .
A) was sent to his own mother
C) bought a new car
B) probably went to jail
D) couldn't see his friends
|20UT71M_0061/ 2.5/16.8||Konkoor/Reading Comprehension||آزمون عمومی، گروه هنر، سال67||
Adults twelve years old and over take two teaspoonfuls as needed, not to exceed fifteen teaspoonfuls per day.
Children six years old to twelve years old take half of the adult dosage, not to exceed seven teaspoonfuls per day.
Do not exceed the recommended dosage unless directed by a physician.Do not give it to children under six years old or
to individuals with high blood pressure, heart disease, or diabetes. This medicine may make the patient sleepless.
Do not drive or operate machinery while taking this medication.Chronic cough is dangerous.
If relief does not occur within three days, discontinue use and consult your doctor.
1. Which of the following should take the medicine?
A) someone under six years old
B) someone who has a cough
C) someone with diabetes
D) someone with high blood pressure
2. This medicine may cause _____
B) heart disease
3. . A ten-year-old child should_____
A) take one-half teaspoonful of this medicine
B) take one teaspoonful of this medicine
C) take this medicine freely
D) take two teaspoonfuls of this medicine
4. If this medicine does not help within three days, one should
A) stop driving and operating machinery
B) stop taking it and see a doctor
C) take half of the usual dosage
D) take more teaspoonfuls on the fourth day
5. A chronic cough is a cough which appears_____
A) in winter
C) once a month
D) with cold