PART III CLOZE [15 MIN]
A person's home is as much a reflection of his personality as theclothes he wears, the food he eats and the friends with whom he spends histime. Depending on personality, most have in mind a(n) "(31) ______home". But in general, and especially for the student or new wage earners,there are practical (32) ________ of cash and location on achieving that idea.
Cash (33) ________, in fact, often means that the only way of (34)_________ when you leave school is to stay at home for a while until things (35)_________ financially. There are obvious (36) ________of living athome-personal laundry is usually (37) _________ done along with the familywash; meals are provided and there will be a well-established circle of friendsto (38) _________. And there is (39) _________ the responsibility for payingbills, rates, etc.
On the other hand, (40) _________ depends on how a family gets on.Do your parents like your friends? You may love your family-(41) _________doyou like them? Are you prepared to be (42) __________ when your parents askwhere you are going in the evening and what time you expect to be back? If youfind that you cannot manage a(n) (43) _________, and that you finally have themoney to leave, how do you (44) _________ finding somewhere else to live?
If you plan to stay in your home area, the possibilities are (45)_________well-known to you already. Friends and the local paper are always (46)_________. If you are going to work in a (47) _________ area, again there arethe papers-and the accommodation agencies, (48) _________ these should beapproached with (49) _________. Agencies are allowed to charge a fee, usuallythe (50) ________ of the first week's rent, if you take accommodation they havefound for you.
31. A. ideal B. perfect C. imaginary D. satisfactory
32. A. deficiencies B.weaknesses C. insufficiencies D. limitations
33. A. cut B. shortage C. lack D. drain
34. A. getting over B.getting in C. getting back D. getting along
35. A. improve B. enhance C. develop D. proceed
36. A. concerns b.issues C. advantages D. problems
37. A. still B. always C. habitually D. consequently
38. A. call in B. callover C. call upon D. call out
39. A. always B. rarely C. little D. sometimes
40. A. little B.enough C. many D. much
41. A. and B. but C. still D. or
42. A. tolerant B.hostile C. indifferent D. good-tempered
43. A. agreement B.consensus C. compromise D. deal
44. A. go about B. goover C. go in for D. go through
45. A. seldom B. less C. probably D. certainly
46. A. dependent B. a goodsource of information C. of greatvalue D.reliable
47. A. familiar B. cold C. humid D. new
48. A. though B. while C. since D. as
49. A. enthusiasm B.hesitation C. caution D. concern
50. A. same B.equivalent C. equal D. simiarity