Test for Unit 2
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others.
Complete the passage using the words and phrases given.
In developing countries, urbanisation usually occurs when people (1) to urban areas on a massive scale. There are a number of factors that attract people to urban areas. First, many industries are located in cities and offer opportunities of (2) jobs. There are also more educational institutions providing courses and training in a wide range of subjects and skills. People are also attracted to urban areas because of better health care, (3) transportation, and available services.
However, these many benefits of urban life do not apply to all. Rapid population increases and unplanned growth create an urban (4) with negative economic, social, and environmental consequences. For example, in Ethiopia the rate of urban growth often strains the capacity of local and national government to provide (5) residents with even the most basic services of housing, water supply, sewerage, and solid waste disposal.
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Complete the following sentences, using the correct form of the verbs in brackets. NO contraction forms.
a. It's important that she (remember) to take her medicine twice a day.
b. John insists that Sarah (invite) to the wedding; otherwise he will not attend.
c. The monk insisted that the tourists (not enter) the temple until they had removed their shoes.
d. The number of urban inhabitants (rise) by 15% from 1990 to 1995.
e. It is crucial that the people of the city (allow) to voice their concerns over the new hotel.