แนวข้อสอบภาษาอังกฤษ

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- ถ้าไม่กรอกทั้งชื่อ และนามสกุลของผู้ทำข้อสอบ ระบบจะไม่ตรวจข้อสอบให้
- ส่วนนี้จะไม่มีการบันทึกผลสอบ หากต้องการบันทึกโปรดสมัครสมาชิก
- ถ้าทำข้อสอบไม่ครบ ระบบจะไม่ตรวจข้อสอบให้
- ผู้ทำข้อสอบจะมีเวลาในการทำข้อสอบเพียง 30 นาที หากเกินเวลา ระบบจะไม่ตรวจข้อสอบให้
- เกณฑ์ตัดสินผ่านการทดสอบอยู่ที่ร้อยละ 70 หรือ 7 ข้อขึ้นไป
ส่วนนี้จะไม่มีการบันทึกผลสอบ และแสดงเฉลยแบบทดสอบ หากต้องการบันทึก และรายงานการทำแบบทดสอบ โปรดสมัครสมาชิก 
1. The government has ___ a new energy-saving campaign to solve the country’s energy crisis.
    emerged
    noticed
    launched
    installed
2. Hey! Stop being so lazy ___! We are counting on you.
    and try to listen
    stop paying attention
    but be prior to
    but angry with me
3. We have redesigned the product to make it even easier to operate; ___, the on-screen commands lead the user through every step.
    in case
    in spite of
    in particular
    in time
4. Choose the best answer. Sari Zayed of Davis, California, made headlines in 1994 when a city noise enforcement officer issued Zayed a $50 citation at 1:30 in the morning after a neighbor complained her snoring kept him awake at night. Zayed got the last laugh. He sued for $24,500 for stress, weight loss and emotional strain, an settled out of court $13,500. Snores aren’t trying to keep others awake at night. Most of the time, they don’t even know they snore- they are after all, unconscious at the time. Some anthropologists have suggested that snoring is a primitive way of keeping beasts away at night. Hear, nose and throat doctors take a different view. Doctors take snoring seriously. The most serious form is sleep apnea, in which the sleeper actually stops breathing for periods of at least 10 seconds, hundreds of times a night. During as much as half their sleep time, patients with sleep apnea may show below average concentrations of oxygen in their blood. A lack of oxygen can cause the heart to pump harder and over time can contribute to high blood pressure. During REM sleep, the brain sends out an inhibitor that basically paralyzes the body, presumably to keep you from acting out vivid dreams. When a sleep apnea sufferer’s breathing is cut off, the body rouses itself with a jolt of adrenaline. Breathing resumes, the person falls back to sleep and the whole things starts again. These “micro-arousals” can happen as many as 600 times a night, disrupting a snorer’s sleep cycle. Studies have linked their apnea induced sleepiness to an increase in car accidents. A study by the Mayo Clinic also show that spouses of heavy snorers lose an average of one hour sleep a night. People have been trying to develop a snoring cure as far back as the American Revolution when soldiers sewed small cannonballs into pockets on the back of the snorer-offenders’ uniforms so they would not roll onto their backs. Today, more than 300 anti-snoring devices are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. To reduce your nighttime noise making, try losing weight, avoiding alcohol within three hours before you go to sleep and ironically, getting enough sleep. If that doesn’t work, consult a physician. There are a number of things they can try, such as breathing masks, mouth pieces and surgery.Weight of the following does the writer refer to when mentions “night time noise making”?
    Sleeping
    Dreaming
    Breathing
    Snoring
5. Choose the best answer. Sari Zayed of Davis, California, made headlines in 1994 when a city noise enforcement officer issued Zayed a $50 citation at 1:30 in the morning after a neighbor complained her snoring kept him awake at night. Zayed got the last laugh. He sued for $24,500 for stress, weight loss and emotional strain, an settled out of court $13,500. Snores aren’t trying to keep others awake at night. Most of the time, they don’t even know they snore- they are after all, unconscious at the time. Some anthropologists have suggested that snoring is a primitive way of keeping beasts away at night. Hear, nose and throat doctors take a different view. Doctors take snoring seriously. The most serious form is sleep apnea, in which the sleeper actually stops breathing for periods of at least 10 seconds, hundreds of times a night. During as much as half their sleep time, patients with sleep apnea may show below average concentrations of oxygen in their blood. A lack of oxygen can cause the heart to pump harder and over time can contribute to high blood pressure. During REM sleep, the brain sends out an inhibitor that basically paralyzes the body, presumably to keep you from acting out vivid dreams. When a sleep apnea sufferer’s breathing is cut off, the body rouses itself with a jolt of adrenaline. Breathing resumes, the person falls back to sleep and the whole things starts again. These “micro-arousals” can happen as many as 600 times a night, disrupting a snorer’s sleep cycle. Studies have linked their apnea induced sleepiness to an increase in car accidents. A study by the Mayo Clinic also show that spouses of heavy snorers lose an average of one hour sleep a night. People have been trying to develop a snoring cure as far back as the American Revolution when soldiers sewed small cannonballs into pockets on the back of the snorer-offenders’ uniforms so they would not roll onto their backs. Today, more than 300 anti-snoring devices are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. To reduce your nighttime noise making, try losing weight, avoiding alcohol within three hours before you go to sleep and ironically, getting enough sleep. If that doesn’t work, consult a physician. There are a number of things they can try, such as breathing masks, mouth pieces and surgery.Which of the following is TRUE about the snores?
    They cannot sleep at night.
    They want to be safe from dangerous animals.
    They are unaware of their habit.
    They try to annoy their neighbor.
6. Choose the best answer. Sari Zayed of Davis, California, made headlines in 1994 when a city noise enforcement officer issued Zayed a $50 citation at 1:30 in the morning after a neighbor complained her snoring kept him awake at night. Zayed got the last laugh. He sued for $24,500 for stress, weight loss and emotional strain, an settled out of court $13,500. Snores aren’t trying to keep others awake at night. Most of the time, they don’t even know they snore- they are after all, unconscious at the time. Some anthropologists have suggested that snoring is a primitive way of keeping beasts away at night. Hear, nose and throat doctors take a different view. Doctors take snoring seriously. The most serious form is sleep apnea, in which the sleeper actually stops breathing for periods of at least 10 seconds, hundreds of times a night. During as much as half their sleep time, patients with sleep apnea may show below average concentrations of oxygen in their blood. A lack of oxygen can cause the heart to pump harder and over time can contribute to high blood pressure. During REM sleep, the brain sends out an inhibitor that basically paralyzes the body, presumably to keep you from acting out vivid dreams. When a sleep apnea sufferer’s breathing is cut off, the body rouses itself with a jolt of adrenaline. Breathing resumes, the person falls back to sleep and the whole things starts again. These “micro-arousals” can happen as many as 600 times a night, disrupting a snorer’s sleep cycle. Studies have linked their apnea induced sleepiness to an increase in car accidents. A study by the Mayo Clinic also show that spouses of heavy snorers lose an average of one hour sleep a night. People have been trying to develop a snoring cure as far back as the American Revolution when soldiers sewed small cannonballs into pockets on the back of the snorer-offenders’ uniforms so they would not roll onto their backs. Today, more than 300 anti-snoring devices are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. To reduce your nighttime noise making, try losing weight, avoiding alcohol within three hours before you go to sleep and ironically, getting enough sleep. If that doesn’t work, consult a physician. There are a number of things they can try, such as breathing masks, mouth pieces and surgery.What do you find odd and amusing at the end about the writer’s suggestions?
    Losing weight.
    Avoiding alcohol before sleeping.
    Night time noise making.
    Getting enough sleep.
7. Choose the best answer. Sari Zayed of Davis, California, made headlines in 1994 when a city noise enforcement officer issued Zayed a $50 citation at 1:30 in the morning after a neighbor complained her snoring kept him awake at night. Zayed got the last laugh. He sued for $24,500 for stress, weight loss and emotional strain, an settled out of court $13,500. Snores aren’t trying to keep others awake at night. Most of the time, they don’t even know they snore- they are after all, unconscious at the time. Some anthropologists have suggested that snoring is a primitive way of keeping beasts away at night. Hear, nose and throat doctors take a different view. Doctors take snoring seriously. The most serious form is sleep apnea, in which the sleeper actually stops breathing for periods of at least 10 seconds, hundreds of times a night. During as much as half their sleep time, patients with sleep apnea may show below average concentrations of oxygen in their blood. A lack of oxygen can cause the heart to pump harder and over time can contribute to high blood pressure. During REM sleep, the brain sends out an inhibitor that basically paralyzes the body, presumably to keep you from acting out vivid dreams. When a sleep apnea sufferer’s breathing is cut off, the body rouses itself with a jolt of adrenaline. Breathing resumes, the person falls back to sleep and the whole things starts again. These “micro-arousals” can happen as many as 600 times a night, disrupting a snorer’s sleep cycle. Studies have linked their apnea induced sleepiness to an increase in car accidents. A study by the Mayo Clinic also show that spouses of heavy snorers lose an average of one hour sleep a night. People have been trying to develop a snoring cure as far back as the American Revolution when soldiers sewed small cannonballs into pockets on the back of the snorer-offenders’ uniforms so they would not roll onto their backs. Today, more than 300 anti-snoring devices are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. To reduce your nighttime noise making, try losing weight, avoiding alcohol within three hours before you go to sleep and ironically, getting enough sleep. If that doesn’t work, consult a physician. There are a number of things they can try, such as breathing masks, mouth pieces and surgery.How much did Zayed benefit from her snoring?
    $50
    $24,500
    $13,500
    $3,450
8. Choose the best answer. Sari Zayed of Davis, California, made headlines in 1994 when a city noise enforcement officer issued Zayed a $50 citation at 1:30 in the morning after a neighbor complained her snoring kept him awake at night. Zayed got the last laugh. He sued for $24,500 for stress, weight loss and emotional strain, an settled out of court $13,500. Snores aren’t trying to keep others awake at night. Most of the time, they don’t even know they snore- they are after all, unconscious at the time. Some anthropologists have suggested that snoring is a primitive way of keeping beasts away at night. Hear, nose and throat doctors take a different view. Doctors take snoring seriously. The most serious form is sleep apnea, in which the sleeper actually stops breathing for periods of at least 10 seconds, hundreds of times a night. During as much as half their sleep time, patients with sleep apnea may show below average concentrations of oxygen in their blood. A lack of oxygen can cause the heart to pump harder and over time can contribute to high blood pressure. During REM sleep, the brain sends out an inhibitor that basically paralyzes the body, presumably to keep you from acting out vivid dreams. When a sleep apnea sufferer’s breathing is cut off, the body rouses itself with a jolt of adrenaline. Breathing resumes, the person falls back to sleep and the whole things starts again. These “micro-arousals” can happen as many as 600 times a night, disrupting a snorer’s sleep cycle. Studies have linked their apnea induced sleepiness to an increase in car accidents. A study by the Mayo Clinic also show that spouses of heavy snorers lose an average of one hour sleep a night. People have been trying to develop a snoring cure as far back as the American Revolution when soldiers sewed small cannonballs into pockets on the back of the snorer-offenders’ uniforms so they would not roll onto their backs. Today, more than 300 anti-snoring devices are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. To reduce your nighttime noise making, try losing weight, avoiding alcohol within three hours before you go to sleep and ironically, getting enough sleep. If that doesn’t work, consult a physician. There are a number of things they can try, such as breathing masks, mouth pieces and surgery.What main idea does the writer describe in the forth paragraph?
    The cause of an accident
    Micro-arousal activities
    A snorer’s sleep cycle
    An REM sleep
9. For years, people thought the picture was a ___ Van Gogh; nevertheless, in fact it is a fake one.
    credible
    genuine
    like
    right
10. The judge’s decision is final, ___. Not to do so would be treason.
    nor must we agree with it
    however we are desirous of it
    we mist not be superior from it
    and we mist abide by it
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