General Elementary English Test - 30

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1. You have to have a really ________ mind in order to get your head round some of today's computing technology.


2. When you look at the modern office today you could compare the changes with those that took place in the industrial ________ in the 19th century.


3. Shortly after he was dismissed from the firm he decided to ________ himself up in his own business.


4. Laptop computers are becoming more and more ________ in the business world.


5. I understand that I can make it possible for both my computers to share the same programs by means of ________ .



6. Despite all the alterations that are taking place in the department store, the management wanted to explain it was business as ________ .


7. The theme of the second film is quite simply a ________ of the first.


8. The film was the first to show conditions in which poor people lived and as such was to ________ future directors.


9. But then you all have turned ________ tonight and that proves there is growing interest in our ideals.


10. Fellow citizens I am honoured to be ________ to speak to you tonight about my party.


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Things Psychology Tells You About Yourself

7 plus or minus 2

You may have heard about the 7 plus or minus two rule. Psychology tells us that you can only store between 5 and 9 chunks of information in your short term memory at a time. A chunk, however, can consists of several pieces of related data. Consider your phone number. It has a country code, area code, and then one or two more sets of numbers. Although this can be over 14 numbers long, it is usually grouped into several chunks and therefore falls well into our short memory range.

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