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III.Vocabulary and Grammar:Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences.

1.A child comes to his parents to see that they ………….his needs, desires, and ambition.

Agree b. respect c. admire d. worry

2. Children learn from how they see their parents …………; when parents are getting along well, their relationship supports their child’s development.

Involve b. influence c. affect d. interact

3.Knocking on closed doors before entering can be a great way for children to practice ……………behaviors.

Respecting b. respectful c. respective d. respected

4.Parents should teach children about ………..by establishing a rule about knocking on closed doors before entering.

Loneliness b. care c. privacy d. peace

5.Going into any argument, both sides know that either one is going to change the other’s ………..

Head b. mind c. brain d. feeling

5. During the examination, students …………..keep silent and focus on their own papers.

Need b. can c. might d. have to

6. We ………..make decisions together about what to do for special events such as birthdays.

Should b. shouldn’t c. Must d. mustn’t

7. Parents ………….ask too many questions about where children go and what they do

Should b. shouldn’t c. must d. mustn’t

8. You ………….discuss family issues with all family members, including children.

Must b. mustn’t c. have to d. don’t have to

9. You ……….put the knife in your mouth- it’s very dangerous.

Have to b. don’t have to c. must d. mustn’t

11. My grandfather is the most conservative person in my family.

a. innovative b. update c. averse to change d. open-minded

12.Some parents care a lot about the appropriate behavior when having a meal with other people. That is

why they want to teach their children good …………………. from a very early age.

a. table manners b. behave c. attitude d. knowledge

13. I do not mind at all. You _______ apologize.

a. shouldn't b. needn't c. mustn't d. oughtn't to

14. It's time for you to stop relying _______ your parents.

A.on B. in C. at

15. She strives _____________ a balance between studies and relationships.

A. on B. at C. for

16. Yoga and meditation help to improve the ability to cope ________ stress and anxiety.

A. about B. with C. for

17. He must have suffered ________ the flu for a long time.

A.from B. at C. in

18. ________ The quality of being able to be trusted to do what somebody wants or needs

A. reliability B. responsibility C. decisiveness

19. ________ Doing everything on your own without others' help

A. self- esteem B. self- confident C. self-reliant

20. She was excited ________ a letter from her mother last week.

A. to receive B. receive C. receiving

21. It is ________ of him to help the poor.

A. generous B. generously C. Generosity

22. If you have any problems, go to Ann. She’ll always...................................a sympathetic ear

A. give B.bring C.lend D.borrow

23. Teenage depression is a ..................................problem that impacts every aspect of a teen’s life.

A. dangerous B.serious C. Bad D.harmful

24. They were finally ......................................with each other, after not speaking for nearly five years.

A. reconciled B. persuaded C. Interested D. Fond

25. Rapid changes in personality, falling grades, constant sadness, anxiety, or sleep problems could indicate depression, bullying, or another...............................................health issue.

A. emotion B.emotional C.feeling D.nervous

26. Teenagers do not have to work and......................................on their favorite study, club activities and going out

A. gather B.bring C.concentrate D.depend

27. With their many similar tastes, he found her a most............................................companion.

A. sympathetic B.kind C.approved D.interested

28. The fact that teens focus more on their friends may leave their parents.............................................hurt.

A. believing B.thinking C.giving D.feeling

29. He is 16, but he often ................................younger.

A. seems B.remains C.makes D.suggests

30.Understanding the impacts of dating on teen years can help parents in their................................with teens

A. access B.expression C.communication D.behaviour

31. The courses try to get young people to feel...................................in applying new skills in order to live independently.

A.sure B. confident C.excited D.interesting

32. Teens should have the ability to...................................................loneliness.

A. deal B.cope with C. Set up D. Look afer

33. General.....................................skills are part of being independent and responsible

A. house B.housekeeper C. Housekeeping D.house-making

34. During our courses, you write an independent living plan to meet individual needs, such as......................, meal planning, and financial management

A. self – esteem B.self – examination

C.self – fulfilment D. Self – expression

35. Parents can teach their teen to.........................................to achieve positive outcomes.

A. affect B.succeed C.encourage D.strive

36. Effective ..................................skills help you break each project down into the achievable tasks.

A. time-keeping B. time – consuming

C. Time – management C. Time –line

37. When teens learn how to use their time............................, they not only get more tasks accomplished, but they also feel good about themselves and their abilities

A. wise B.wisely C. in wisdom D. Of wisdom

38. Setting money aside for emergencies helps you be sure ……………your rent and bills on time.

a. to pay b. about paying c. that to pay d. to be paid

39. With a “ To Do” list, you are less …………..to forget to do tasks.

a. like b. alike c. likely d. likely than

40. Messy desks and drawers take you much time …………..through piles of documents.

a. search b. on searching c. searching d. to search

41. Parents should learn how to teach their children personal ………….

a. Time-management b. time management c. timeline d. Timekeeping

42.Over the past few years, in both the USA and the UK, the number of multi-generational households with three or four generations living ………….has increased.

a.Under the same roof b. under the same building

c. on the same roof d. just the same

43. It is important for children to learn self-sufficiency, developing high self-esteem and be …………..from early on in life.

a.Motivated b. motivational c. motive d. motivating

44. Independent learners become ………….adults who have faith in their abilities to succeed achieve and overcome challenges.

a.Confident b. over-confident c. confidential d. reluctant

45. Parents and teachers play a ………role in helping children become independent.

a.Final b. quick c. deciding d. decisive

46. When independence becomes your …………, it leads to the 4C’s: confidence, competence, creativity, and character.

A.Priority b. variety c. importance d. action

47. The natural desire to protect children can make parents …………

a.Over-protecting b. over-protective c. Protectively d. protectiveness

48. A …………skilled person can work, learn and recreate collaboratively with others.

a.Sociable b. social c. socially d. society

49. I was …………..to recognize that I could work more effectively with my time log.

a.Willing b. fond c. Determine d.amazed

50. Breaks provide valuable rest …………you to think creatively.

a. Able b. enable c. enabling d. to enable
 

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III.Vocabulary and Grammar:Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences.

1.A child comes to his parents to see that they ………….his needs, desires, and ambition.

Agree b. respect c. admire d. worry

2. Children learn from how they see their parents …………; when parents are getting along well, their relationship supports their child’s development.

Involve b. influence c. affect d. interact

3.Knocking on closed doors before entering can be a great way for children to practice ……………behaviors.

Respecting b. respectful c. respective d. respected

4.Parents should teach children about ………..by establishing a rule about knocking on closed doors before entering.

Loneliness b. care c. privacy d. peace

5.Going into any argument, both sides know that either one is going to change the other’s ………..

Head b. mind c. brain d. feeling

5. During the examination, students …………..keep silent and focus on their own papers.

Need b. can c. might d. have to

6. We ………..make decisions together about what to do for special events such as birthdays.

Should b. shouldn’t c. Must d. mustn’t

7. Parents ………….ask too many questions about where children go and what they do

Should b. shouldn’t c. must d. mustn’t

8. You ………….discuss family issues with all family members, including children.

Must b. mustn’t c. have to d. don’t have to

9. You ……….put the knife in your mouth- it’s very dangerous.

Have to b. don’t have to c. must d. mustn’t

11. My grandfather is the most conservative person in my family.

a. innovative b. update c. averse to change d. open-minded

12.Some parents care a lot about the appropriate behavior when having a meal with other people. That is

why they want to teach their children good …………………. from a very early age.

a. table manners b. behave c. attitude d. knowledge

13. I do not mind at all. You _______ apologize.

a. shouldn't b. needn't c. mustn't d. oughtn't to

14. It's time for you to stop relying _______ your parents.

A.on B. in C. at

15. She strives _____________ a balance between studies and relationships.

A. on B. at C. for

16. Yoga and meditation help to improve the ability to cope ________ stress and anxiety.

A. about B. with C. for

17. He must have suffered ________ the flu for a long time.

A.from B. at C. in

18. ________ The quality of being able to be trusted to do what somebody wants or needs

A. reliability B. responsibility C. decisiveness

19. ________ Doing everything on your own without others' help

A. self- esteem B. self- confident C. self-reliant

20. She was excited ________ a letter from her mother last week.

A. to receive B. receive C. receiving

21. It is ________ of him to help the poor.

A. generous B. generously C. Generosity

22. If you have any problems, go to Ann. She’ll always...................................a sympathetic ear

A. give B.bring C.lend D.borrow

23. Teenage depression is a ..................................problem that impacts every aspect of a teen’s life.

A. dangerous B.serious C. Bad D.harmful

24. They were finally ......................................with each other, after not speaking for nearly five years.

A. reconciled B. persuaded C. Interested D. Fond

25. Rapid changes in personality, falling grades, constant sadness, anxiety, or sleep problems could indicate depression, bullying, or another...............................................health issue.

A. emotion B.emotional C.feeling D.nervous

26. Teenagers do not have to work and......................................on their favorite study, club activities and going out

A. gather B.bring C.concentrate D.depend

27. With their many similar tastes, he found her a most............................................companion.

A. sympathetic B.kind C.approved D.interested

28. The fact that teens focus more on their friends may leave their parents.............................................hurt.

A. believing B.thinking C.giving D.feeling

29. He is 16, but he often ................................younger.

A. seems B.remains C.makes D.suggests

30.Understanding the impacts of dating on teen years can help parents in their................................with teens

A. access B.expression C.communication D.behaviour

31. The courses try to get young people to feel...................................in applying new skills in order to live independently.

A.sure B. confident C.excited D.interesting

32. Teens should have the ability to...................................................loneliness.

A. deal B.cope with C. Set up D. Look afer

33. General.....................................skills are part of being independent and responsible

A. house B.housekeeper C. Housekeeping D.house-making

34. During our courses, you write an independent living plan to meet individual needs, such as......................, meal planning, and financial management

A. self – esteem B.self – examination

C.self – fulfilment D. Self – expression

35. Parents can teach their teen to.........................................to achieve positive outcomes.

A. affect B.succeed C.encourage D.strive

36. Effective ..................................skills help you break each project down into the achievable tasks.

A. time-keeping B. time – consuming

C. Time – management C. Time –line

37. When teens learn how to use their time............................, they not only get more tasks accomplished, but they also feel good about themselves and their abilities

A. wise B.wisely C. in wisdom D. Of wisdom

38. Setting money aside for emergencies helps you be sure ……………your rent and bills on time.

a. to pay b. about paying c. that to pay d. to be paid

39. With a “ To Do” list, you are less …………..to forget to do tasks.

a. like b. alike c. likely d. likely than

40. Messy desks and drawers take you much time …………..through piles of documents.

a. search b. on searching c. searching d. to search

41. Parents should learn how to teach their children personal ………….

a. Time-management b. time management c. timeline d. Timekeeping

42.Over the past few years, in both the USA and the UK, the number of multi-generational households with three or four generations living ………….has increased.

a.Under the same roof b. under the same building

c. on the same roof d. just the same

43. It is important for children to learn self-sufficiency, developing high self-esteem and be …………..from early on in life.

a.Motivated b. motivational c. motive d. motivating

44. Independent learners become ………….adults who have faith in their abilities to succeed achieve and overcome challenges.

a.Confident b. over-confident c. confidential d. reluctant

45. Parents and teachers play a ………role in helping children become independent.

a.Final b. quick c. deciding d. decisive

46. When independence becomes your …………, it leads to the 4C’s: confidence, competence, creativity, and character.

A.Priority b. variety c. importance d. action

47. The natural desire to protect children can make parents …………

a.Over-protecting b. over-protective c. Protectively d. protectiveness

48. A …………skilled person can work, learn and recreate collaboratively with others.

a.Sociable b. social c. socially d. society

49. I was …………..to recognize that I could work more effectively with my time log.

a.Willing b. fond c. Determine d.amazed

50. Breaks provide valuable rest …………you to think creatively.

a. Able b. enable c. enabling d. to enable
1.A child comes to his parents to see that they ………….his needs, desires, and ambition.

Agree b. respect c. admire d. worry

2. Children learn from how they see their parents …………; when parents are getting along well, their relationship supports their child’s development.

Involve b. influence c. affect d. interact

3.Knocking on closed doors before entering can be a great way for children to practice ……………behaviors.

Respecting b. respectful c. respective d. respected

4.Parents should teach children about ………..by establishing a rule about knocking on closed doors before entering.

Loneliness b. care c. privacy d. peace

5.Going into any argument, both sides know that either one is going to change the other’s ………..

Head b. mind c. brain d. feeling

5. During the examination, students …………..keep silent and focus on their own papers.

Need b. can c. might d. have to

6. We ………..make decisions together about what to do for special events such as birthdays.

Should b. shouldn’t c. Must d. mustn’t

7. Parents ………….ask too many questions about where children go and what they do

Should b. shouldn’t c. must d. mustn’t

8. You ………….discuss family issues with all family members, including children.

Must b. mustn’t c. have to d. don’t have to

9. You ……….put the knife in your mouth- it’s very dangerous.

Have to b. don’t have to c. must d. mustn’t
12.Some parents care a lot about the appropriate behavior when having a meal with other people. That is

why they want to teach their children good …………………. from a very early age.

a. table manners b. behave c. attitude d. knowledge

13. I do not mind at all. You _______ apologize.

a. shouldn't b. needn't c. mustn't d. oughtn't to

14. It's time for you to stop relying _______ your parents.

A.on B. in C. at

15. She strives _____________ a balance between studies and relationships.

A. on B. at C. for

16. Yoga and meditation help to improve the ability to cope ________ stress and anxiety.

A. about B. with C. for
 

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III.Vocabulary and Grammar:Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences.
1.A child comes to his parents to see that they ………….his needs, desires, and ambition.

Agree b. respect c. admire d. worry

2. Children learn from how they see their parents …………; when parents are getting along well, their relationship supports their child’s development.

Involve b. influence c. affect d. interact

3.Knocking on closed doors before entering can be a great way for children to practice ……………behaviors.

Respecting b. respectful c. respective d. respected

4.Parents should teach children about ………..by establishing a rule about knocking on closed doors before entering.

Loneliness b. care c. privacy d. peace

5.Going into any argument, both sides know that either one is going to change the other’s ………..

Head b. mind c. brain d. feeling

5. During the examination, students …………..keep silent and focus on their own papers.

Need b. can c. might d. have to

6. We ………..make decisions together about what to do for special events such as birthdays.

Should b. shouldn’t c. Must d. mustn’t

7. Parents ………….ask too many questions about where children go and what they do

Should b. shouldn’t c. must d. mustn’t

8. You ………….discuss family issues with all family members, including children.

Must b. mustn’t c. have to d. don’t have to

9. You ……….put the knife in your mouth- it’s very dangerous.

Have to b. don’t have to c. must d. mustn’t
12.Some parents care a lot about the appropriate behavior when having a meal with other people. That is

why they want to teach their children good …………………. from a very early age.

a. table manners b. behave c. attitude d. knowledge

13. I do not mind at all. You _______ apologize.

a. shouldn't b. needn't c. mustn't d. oughtn't to

14. It's time for you to stop relying _______ your parents.

A.on B. in C. at

15. She strives _____________ a balance between studies and relationships.

A. on B. at C. for

16. Yoga and meditation help to improve the ability to cope ________ stress and anxiety.

A. about B. with C. for
 
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