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Henry Ford



Henry Ford ___ a man whose ideas changed the world. He was born in 1863 on a farm near Detroit, USA. But when he was a boy, he ____ to live on the farm because he hated farming and he adored machines. In 1896 he built his ___ automobile. In 1903 he started the Ford Motor Company. At that time the automobile was a toy of rich people. Henry Ford decided ____ the situation. The company ____ the Model T Ford in 1908. It was small and ___ than many other cars. Even people who were not rich ____ buy it.

1. BE
2. NOT WANT

3. ONE
4. CHANGE

5. MAKE

6. CHEAP


7. CAN





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Summerhill is in Leisten in Suffolk. It’s 1)___ than seventy years old. There 2)___ only seventy students, aged from five to sixteen. The children have classes usually according to their age, sometimes according to their interests. Every Saturday the students and the teachers have a meeting where they make 3) __ own rules and laws. Students can either 4) ___ to the lessons or spend their time playing. A.S. Neil who 5) ___ this school in 1921 believes that his school is possibly the 6) ___ school in the world. Parents should pay for the teaching. It 7)___ about £6,000 a year to go there.

1. MANY

2. BE


3. THEY

4. GO


5. FOUND

6. HAPPY


7. COST




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Many years ago there lived a man whose stories became some of the 1)___ stories in the world.

Now he 2)____as Mark Twain but his real name was Samuel Clemens. He was born in 1835 and 3)___ up in the little town of Hannibal, Missouri. The people in Hannibal 4)___ much money. In the town lived a boy named Tom Blankenship who had no home no parents. No one said to him that he must 5)___ to school. The children 6) ____ him because he knew many exciting stories.

When Sam 7)___ twelve his father died.

1. FUNNY


2. KNOW

3. GROW


4. NOT HAVE
5. GO

6. ADORE


7. BE





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It often happens that one kind of sport gives birth to another. This is the case for bandy. It probably originated as a form of field hockey on ice and is the 1______ likely ancestor of modern ice hockey.

MORE

The origin of the sport is not known. "Bandy" was often used as a term for any game 2_______ with a stick and a ball. The players pushed the wooden ball with the stick.

PLAY

Bandy was originally a form of field hockey, held on grass during the summer and on ice during the winter. By the 1890s it 3________ mostly an ice sport.

BECOME

Modern bandy 4_______ in England about 1800 in Bury Fen.

CREATE

The region had many marshes that froze quickly during the winter and were 5_____ than ponds because they're obviously shallower.

SAFE

A Bury Fen player introduced bandy to Sweden in 1894, and it 6_____ quickly to other Scandinavian countries, as well as Switzerland, Germany, and Russia.

SPREAD

The Bandy World Championships have been held since 1957 with Russia and Sweden dominating. Another major international tournament is the World Cup in Lusdal, Sweden. This annual tournament 7_____ in October with the best club teams from each country competing.

HOLD



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The life of Mary Quant.

Mary Quant was born in 1934. When she was young, there 1) ___ no teenage fashions. Young 2) ___ were dressed like grown-ups or little girls. At thirteen, she designed her own school uniform. She 3) ___ short dresses and long socks. After school, Mary went to Goldsmith’s College in London. She 4) ___ the college but she met her future husband. Like Mary he wore unusual clothes.

The 1960s are often called the “Swinging Sixties.” During these years 5) ___ designs became very popular. Everyone loved her mini-skirts and coloured tights. Her fashion shows differed a lot from what they 6) ___ before.

At the age of 37, Mary had a son. ‘It was the 7) ___ thing that ever happened to me’, she says. In 1966, Mary 8) ____ a special medal given by the Queen.








  1. BE

  2. WOMAN

  3. WEAR




  1. NOT ENTER



  1. MARY

  2. BE

7. IMPORTANT

8. AWARD





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Robert Baden-Powell

Robert Baden-Powell was the man who 1)___ the scouting movement. He had a great military career. He got his training in India and Africa. Robert Powell 2) ___ an officer in the war between the British and Boers in South Africa. Here he 3) ____ world-famous because he held a key town, Mafeking, for 217 days against a big enemy force.

Baden-Powell came home to England as the 4) ___ hero of the Boer War. He decided 5) ____ his fame and to help British boys to become

6) ____ men.

He developed his ideas. He based 7) ____ on his own experiences. He established the 8) ___ Boy Scout camp in 1907. Then he published the book ‘Scouting for boys’. Thousands of boys 9) ___ it and decided to become Scouts.





  1. FOUND

2. BE


3. BECOME


  1. GREAT

  2. USE

  3. GOOD

  4. THEY

  5. ONE

  6. BUY



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What’s a Bruegel?

Many stolen painting have a strange history. But one of the 1) ___ was that of a painting by the famous sixteenth-century painter Bruegel, 2) ___ from the Courtauld Institute in London in the eighties.

The four thieves who had stolen the painting, didn’t know how much it cost. The 3) ___ art expert who came to see the painting said it was priceless and 4) ___ name the exact price. The gang telephoned another art expert who told them that the painting was worth ₤ 2-3 million.

They then tried 5) ___ the painting back to the gallery from which it

6)___. The gallery contacted the police and a meeting

7)___. The gang asked for the money to be brought in two suitcases in unmarked banknotes. However, the meeting 8) ___ place.

A short time later the four were arrested. The police 9) ___ the painting on top of a wardrobe. When the gang were told they were arrested in connection with Bruegel, one of 10) ____ said, ‘What’s a Bruegal? I thought it was rubbish.’





  1. STRANGE

  2. STEAL



  1. ONE

  2. NOT CAN

5. SELL


6. STEAL

7. ARRANGE

8. NOT TAKE

9. FIND
10. THEY






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April Fools’ Joke.

A few years ago there 1) ___ a very unclear photograph of a man on the front page of The Guardian newspaper. The article said that it was the 2)___ picture ever taken and that it was at least seventy or more years

3) ___ than any other photo in the world. Somebody in Japan discovered it hidden in a cave where it had been untouched for over two centuries. Apparently an unknown Japanese scientist 4) ___ a special technique for making photographic negatives before anybody in Europe.

A special exhibition 5) ___ just for the public to view it in London. The reason for that short viewing was because the negative was so old and 6) __ be in the light for very long. When people 7) ___ there, there was nothing to see.

The article had been 8) ___ on the first of April, which is April Fools’ Day, the day when people play jokes on 9) ____ friends





  1. BE

2. ONE


3. OLD


  1. INVENT




  1. ARRANGE

  2. CAN

  3. GO

8. WRITE


9. THEY



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From the history of Golf.

Nobody really knows where the game of golf was 1) ___played. The Romans played a game with wooden sticks and a leather ball 2) ___ with feathers, but the details are not known.

In the fifteenth century, golf first 3) ___ in the written history of Scotland. In 1457 The Scottish parliament was displeased with the number of people 4) ____ golf instead of training for the army and the game

5)___.


However, by 1503 even the King 6)___ playing golf again.

Mary, the Queen of Scots, 7) ___ to have been the first woman-golfer. People say she played a few rounds of golf after her husband was murdered.






  1. ONE

  2. FILL




  1. APPEAR




  1. PLAY

  2. BAN

  3. START

  4. THINK


KEY

The life of Mary Quant

  1. WERE

  2. WOMEN

  3. WORE

  4. DID NOT ENTER

  5. MARY’S

  6. HAD BEEN

  7. MOST IMPORTANT

  8. WAS AWARDED


Robert Baden-Powell

  1. FOUNDED

  2. WAS

  3. BECAME

  4. GREATEST

  5. TO USE

  6. BETTER

  7. THEM

  8. FIRST

  9. BOUGHT

What’s a Bruegel?

  1. STRANGEST

  2. STOLEN

  3. FIRST

  4. COULD NOT

  5. TO SELL

  6. HAD BEEN STOLEN

  7. WAS ARRANGED

  8. DID NOT TAKE

  9. FOUND

  10. THEM


April Fools’ Joke.

  1. WAS

  2. FIRST

  3. OLDER

  4. HAD INVENTED

  5. WAS ARRANGED

  6. COULD

  7. WENT

  8. WRITTEN

  9. THEIR


From the history of Golf.

  1. FIRST

  2. FILLED

  3. APPEARED

  4. PLAYING

  5. WAS BANNED

  6. HAD STARTED

  7. IS THOUGHT

  • 1______
  • 3________
  • 7_____
  • From the history of Golf.