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Five: Multiple Choice (Page 1, 2)
1 A well-protected house:
A is less likely to be burgled.
regarded as a challenge by most criminals.
C is a lot of bother to maintain.
D is very unlikely to be burgled.
2 According to the
writer, we should:
A avoid leaving our house empty.
B only go out when
we have to.
C always keep the curtains closed.
D give the impression
that our house is occupied when we go out.
3 The writer thinks
that hiding a key under a doormat or flower pot:
A is a predictable place
to hide it.
B is a useful place to hide it.
C is imaginative.
is where you always find a spare key.
4 Gaining entry to a house
through a small window:
A is surprisingly difficult.
B is not as difficult
as people think.
C is less likely to happen than gaining entry through a door.
D is tried only by very determined burglars.
5 According to the
writer, window locks, security locks and burglar alarms:
A cost a lot of money
but are worth it.
B are good value for money.
C are luxury items.
D are absolutely essential items.
6 The writer argues that fitting
a chain and an eye hole:
A will prevent your home being burgled.
you having to invite people into your home.
C is only necessary for elderly
D gives you time to check if the visitor is genuine.
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