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600 Từ vựng TOEIC– Lesson 44: Museums
Words in Context 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 44: Museums
Read the following passage and write the words in the blanks below.
|acquire criticism leisure significant admire expressing responded specialize collected fashion schedule spectrum|
Museums are places to view and (1) _____ the great works oi art. AII large cities, and even many small cities, have good art museums in which you will find a wide (2) _____ of paintings, sculptures. drawings, and prints.
Museums attempt to collect and display a broad range of examples of how, throughout time, men and women have (3) _____ to what they have seen, thought and felt by (4) ______ themselves through materials like stone, clay, and paint, or ink and paper. The artist imposes an order on these materials that is (5) _____. Some styles of art or particular objects are in (6) _____ for only a while, and others earn positive (7) _____ over time and are seen as enduring classics. Museums collect the best of these works for the public to see.
When you go to a museum, be sure to (8) _____ plenty of time to see the art without feeling rushed. If you are lucky enough to live near a museum, you can come back again at your (9) _____. Some museums show a broad collection of art from different times and cultures, often (10) _____ and donated by their generous patrons. Other museums (11) _____ in displaying art from a certain period, say from the ancient world, or by a certain group or nationality of people, like by Native Americans.
The operations of many museums are paid for by the government, and these museums are often tree to the public; other museums must charge each person upon entry. These lees help the museum operate and (12) _____ more works.
Word Families 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 44: Museums
Word Practice 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 44: Museums
Part 1 Photo
Look at the picture and listen to the sentences. Choose the sentence that best describes the picture.
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Part 2 Question—Response
Listen to the question and the three responses. Choose the response that best answers the question.
Part 3 Conversation
Listen to the dialogue. Then read each question and choose the best answer.
4. What are the speakers discussing?
(A) A drawing.
(B) A sculpture.
(C) A painting.
(D) A photograph.
5. What does the man like about it?
(A) The size.
(B) The colour.
(C) The style.
(D) The subject.
6. What does the woman say about the museum?
(A) The admission fee is too expensive.
(B) They should acquire more works.
(C) It's not very interesting.
(D) The collection is varied.
Part 4 Talk
Listen to the talk. Then read each question and choose the best answer.
7. When does the lecture series at the museum begin?
(A) Next month.
(B) Next week.
(C) This month.
(D) This week.
8. How can you ﬁnd out the schedule of guided tours?
(A) Visit the main gallery.
(B) Press two.
(C) (30 online.
(D) Speak with an operator.
9. What is the topic of the print exhibit?
(C) African art.
(D) Nineteenth-century art.
Part 5 Incomplete Sentences
Choose the word that best completes the sentence.
10. The museum was lucky to be given a collection of works by such an _____ artist.
11. Once Mimi began _____ pottery, her husband gave her pieces as gifts.
12. The curator’s _____ of the museum’s fund-raising plan seemed short-sighted.
13. We have been asked to _____ to the proposal by the end of the month.
14. The museum offers a _____ of guided tours.
15. After becoming a _____ in Egyptian tomb painting, the art historian lost her interest in other kinds of art.
Part 6 Text Completion
Thank you for visiting the Museum of History. This brochure has been developed to provide you with information to make your visit more enjoyable.
Viewing the Exhibits
Our main exhibits are located on the first and second floors of the museum. They cover all aspects of local history up to the present and are organized in chronological order. You are invited to join one of our regular guided tours at no extra charge, or you can visit the exhibits on your own and view them at your _____ (16).
School groups and other groups that wish to visit the museum may _____ (17) special group tours. Please contact the Museum Tour Office for more information.
The Museum Bookstore is located on the first floor next to the cafeteria. This store specializes in books about local history. Gift items are also for sale. In _____ (18) to the requests of many of our visitors, the bookstore hours have been extended. It is now open daily from 10:00 AM. until 6:00 PM.
(C) to schedule
(D) have schedule
Part 7 Reading Comprehension
Most visitors to our city spend time visiting some of the many museums that we are famous for. The City Art Museum, Museum of History, National University Museum of Scientiﬁc Research. and the Hall of Presidents are among the most popular destinations for museumgoers. The National Transportation Museum, currently undergoing renovations, is scheduled to reopen next year with a larger number of exhibits and extended hours.
Visitors to the City Art Museum can admire the collection of paintings by local artists as well as famous art works from around the world. The museum’s collection covers a wide spectrum of artists and styles, and critics have called it one of the most signiﬁcant in the world. Art classes pored at the museum provide both the serious and the casual student of art with opportunities to explore the world of artistic expression. The Museum of History features rotating exhibits focusing on various aspects of our nation’s history, and a permanent collection of portraits of our nation’s presidents. This summer's special exhibit focuses on the history of fashion. The National University Museum of Scientific Research specializes in exhibits on research undertaken at the university. It also features a special hands-on exhibit for children.
All museums have the same entrance price: $10 for adults and $5 for children. A special $35 weekly pass, available at any museum, allows the holder entrance to all city museums for a week. This pass is especially recommended to visitors from out of town as it provides the opportunity to visit all the museums at leisure.
19. Who is this brochure for?
(A) Museum employees.
20. Where can portraits of presidents be seen?
(A) City Art Museum.
(B) Museum of History.
(C) National University Museum.
(D) Hall of Presidents.
21. What is the price of a one-day museum ticket for an adult?
22. The word admire in the second paragraph, line 1 is closest in meaning to
(A) look at
(B) look to
(C) look up
(D) look for
23. The word significant in the second paragraph, line 4 is closest in meaning to
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