Choose the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage.
The country is more beautiful than a town and more pleasant to live in. Many people think so, and go to the country for the summer holidays though they cannot live there all the year round. Some have a cottage built in a village so that they can go there whenever they can find the time.
English villages are not all alike, but in some ways they are not very different from one another. Almost every village has a church, the round or square tower of which can be seen from many miles around. Surrounding the church is the church yard, where people are buried.
The village green is a wide stretch of grass, and houses or cottages are built round it. Country life is now fairly comfortable and many villages have running water brought through pipes into each house. Most villages are so close to some small towns that people can go there to buy what they cant find in the village shops.
1. When do city people often go to the country?
A. At the weekends.
B. All the year round.
C. At Christmas.
D. The summer holidays.
2. What is the advantage of city people when they have a cottage built in the village?
A.They can have their houses rented.
B. They can go to the country at weekends.
C. They can go there whenever they can find the time.
D. All are correct.
3. What does almost every village here?
A. a church
B. round and square tower
C.Both A and B
4.How is the country life now?
B. quiet comfortable
5. What can villagers do when their villages are close to small towns?
A. Thay can go their to buy whatever they want
B. They can go their to buy cheaper things
C. They can go their to buy what they can’t find in the village shops.