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13. Information resources

Internet
14. Kérdéssor (vizsgára) / The List of Questions for the Exam



  1. The Subject Matter of Lexicology

  2. Word as a Linguistic Phenomenon

  3. Formal Style

  4. Informal Style

  5. Formal vs. Informal Words

  6. Etymology of English Words

  7. Etymological Doublets

  8. English Word-Building

  9. Affixation

  10. Conversion

  11. Composition

  12. Semi-Affixes

  13. Minor Types of Modern Word-Building

  14. The Study of Meaning and Polysemy

  15. Meaning and Context

  16. Development and Change of Meaning

  17. Broadening and Narrowing of Meaning

  18. Metaphoric Change of Meaning

  19. Metonymic Change of Meaning

  20. Homonyms: definition, sources and classification

  21. Synonyms: criteria, types

  22. The Dominant Synonym

  23. Euphemisms

  24. Antonyms

  25. Classification of Phraseological Units

  26. The Nature of Phraseological Units

  27. Idioms vs. Free-Word Groups

  28. Proverbs

  29. American English Vocabulary

  30. International Words


15. Mintateszt /Test Sample


  1. Pick out one correct variant

  1. Determine the group the International word “Motor” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “sputnik” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “concert” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “constitution” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “evolution” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “phonetics” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “drama” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “parliament” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “decree” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “telegraph” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “meeting” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “pact” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “melody” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “history” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “lecture” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “republic” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “tractor” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “allegro” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “revolution” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “ra­dio” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “dialectics” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “formula” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “gas” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “nylon” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “sport” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “club” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “bank” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “comedy” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “materialism” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “opera” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “jazz” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “civil” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “lyric” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “stadium” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “poet” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “analysis” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “cybernetics” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “satellite” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “rector” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “idea” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “film” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “electron” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “biol­ogy” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “idealism” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “robot” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “computer” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Determine the group the International word “printer” belongs to.

A) scientific B) cultural C) technical D) political

  1. Identify an example of an international word in the following sentence.

Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.

A) Genius B) inspiration C) ninety-nine D) perspiration



  1. Identify an example of an international word in the following sentence.

A psycholo­gist is a man who watches everybody rise when a beautiful girl enters the room.

A) psycholo­gist B) man C) everybody D) room



  1. Identify an example of an international word in the following sentence.

An expert is a man who knows a great deal about very little

A) expert B) man C) deal D) little



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

Mother stopped ladling the broth.

A) Mother B) stopped C) ladling D) broth



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

It’s hardly becoming in a gentleman middle age who’s chained to an invalid bed.

A) hardly B) becoming C) ap­proaching D) chained



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

Our appointment was timed for 10 a.m.

A) appointment B) timed C) for D) Our



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

His wife was dogged by ill health.

A) wife B) dogged C) ill D) health



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

How can you stomach all that?

A) How B) you C) stomach D) all



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

Shouldering their guns, they disappeared into the woods.

A) Shouldering B) guns C) disappeared D) woods



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

The silence extended and she eyed at him.

A) silence B) extended C) eyed D) him



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

They valued their lives.

A) They B) valued C) their D) lives



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

The call echoed down the empty passage like a mocking laughter.

A) echoed B) empty C) passage D) laughter



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

What is money after all!” said Mr. Dombey backing his chair a little.

A) money B) after C) backing D) chair



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

So intolerable did this seem to him that he was very near to telegraphing an excuse and staying up.

A) intolerable B) telegraphing C) excuse D) staying



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

She had wired that it would be Friday.

A) wired B) be C) Friday D) would



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

Pocket your pride, please.

A) Pocket B) your C) pride D) please



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

Sighing he dipped his brush and began to whitewash.

A) Sighing B) dipped C) brush D) began



  1. Identify an example of a converted verb in the following sentence.

For some years now they had not even roomed together.

A) some B) even C) roomed D) had



  1. Odd out the word, which is not a shortening.

A) exams B) pop C) lab D) can

  1. Odd out the word, which is not a shortening.

A) A.B.C. B) TB C) math D) mass

  1. Odd out the word, which is not a shortening.

A) T-shirt B) holes C) M.P. D) hols

  1. Odd out the word, which is not a shortening.

cab B) sis C) bro D) miss

  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “foot” in the following sentence.

Foot and horse attacked the enemy.

A) infantry B) division of unit of verse C) step, pace D) the lower end of the leg



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “foot” in the following sentence.

I didn’t believe he would recover. He had one foot in the grave.

A) infantry B) division of unit of verse C) step, pace D) the lower end of the leg



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “foot” in the following sentence.

George is very tall, about six feet.

A) measure of length B) division of unit of verse C) step, pace D) the lower end of the leg



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “foot” in the following sentence.

How did you get here?” “On foot.”

A) infantry B) division of unit of verse C) step, pace D) the lower end of the leg



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “foot” in the following sentence.

I have been on my feet all day.

A) infantry B) division of unit of verse C) step, pace D) the lower end of the leg



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “foot” in the following sentence.

Dog’s feet are called paws.

A) infantry B) division of unit of verse C) step, pace D) the lower end of the leg



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “foot” in the following sentence.

He saw the print of a man’s foot on the sand.

A) infantry B) division of unit of verse C) step, pace D) the lower end of the leg



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “foot” in the following sentence.

She stood at the foot of the twisted old bed.

A) infantry B) division of unit of verse C) step, pace D) bottom



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “foot” in the following sentence.

Find Exercise 5 at the foot of page 120.

A) infantry B) division of unit of verse C) step, pace D) bottom



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “foot” in the following sentence.

She waited at the foot of the stairs.

A) infantry B) division of unit of verse C) step, pace D) bottom



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

Would you set your hand to this document?

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) handwriting D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

He writes a legible hand.

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) handwriting D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

The property in no longer in my hand.

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) power, possession, responsibility D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

All hands on deck!

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) workman, member of a ship’s crew D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

He is an old hand in this sort of work

A) signature B) skill C) person who does something, performer D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

Do you think we have a hand in it?

A) signature B) skill C) person who does something, performer D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

The street was tree-lined on either hand.

A) signature B) position, direction C) person who does something, performer D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

A young woman in a red sweater stood with one hand on the mantel-piece.

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) handwriting D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

When we saw a farmhouse that looked promising we stopped to ask if they wanted a couple of hands.

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) workman, member of a ship’s crew D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

Was he just not ready to show his hand?

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) workman, member of a ship’s crew D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

His watch had gilt hands.

A) signature B) indicator on the dial of a watch C) skill D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

A trawler hand died in a fire on board the Irish trawler yesterday.

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) workman, member of a ship’s crew D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

All hands of the works were dismissed.

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) workman, member of a ship’s crew D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

It would be like trying to make the hands of a clock move backwards to its ticking.

A) signature B) indicator on the dial of a watch C) skill D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

Everything’s got into the hands of those awful old men.

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) power, possession, responsibility D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

His hand came to a pause on the cat’s back, and he glared at me.

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) power, possession, responsibility D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “hand” in the following sentence.

They never overpaid their hands.

A) signature B) a part of the human arm C) workman, member of a ship’s crew D) applause



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “head” in the following sentence.

Mr. Dombey put his hand on the child’s head.

A) a part of the human body B) person, intellect C) talent D) ruler, chief



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “head” in the following sentence.

In the centre of the room stood the head of the family, old Jolyon himself.

A) a part of the human body B) person, intellect C) talent D) ruler, chief



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “head” in the following sentence.

He might readily fit into some depart­ment as head or assistant.

A) a part of the human body B) person, intellect C) talent D) ruler, chief



  1. Determine the meaning of the noun “head” in the following sentence.

Under a two-column head was the full story that had hap­pened.

A) a part of the human body B) person, intellect C) talent D) the top something



II.


Write out the italicized words into two columns: colloquial and slang









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