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Тести з англійської мови (Рівень І) – 330

Курс 1 модуль 1

  1. He … a student.

    1. am

    2. is

    3. did

    4. does

    5. are

  2. They … doctors.

    1. is

    2. did

    3. are

    4. do

    5. am

  3. I … a nurse.

    1. do

    2. is

    3. are

    4. am

    5. does

  4. She … a neurologist, she is a cardiologist.

    1. doesn’t

    2. aren’t

    3. wasn’t

    4. isn’t

    5. didn’t

  5. They … from Ukraine.

    1. is

    2. did

    3. have

    4. are

    5. am

  6. He … an intern, he is an independent doctor.

    1. aren’t

    2. doesn’t

    3. didn’t

    4. hasn’t

    5. isn’t

  7. … she a surgeon?

    1. are

    2. is

    3. am

    4. did

    5. do

  8. … they interns?

    1. do

    2. did

    3. are

    4. is

    5. was

  9. I … a nurse, I am a doctor.

    1. isn’t

    2. am not

    3. don’t

    4. doesn’t

    5. didn’t

  10. We … students of the Medical University.

    1. are

    2. is

    3. do

    4. did

    5. does

  11. The stomach and esophagus … the organs of the digestive system.

    1. is

    2. have

    3. are

    4. do

    5. did

  12. The brain … the organ of the nervous system.

    1. does

    2. do

    3. did

    4. is

    5. are

  13. The liver … the organ of the cardiovascular system.

    1. is

    2. are

    3. aren’t

    4. isn’t

    5. did

  14. The heart and blood vessels … the organs of the digestive system.

    1. aren’t

    2. are

    3. isn’t

    4. don’t

    5. did

  15. The pancreas … the organ of the nervous system.

    1. isn’t

    2. aren’t

    3. didn’t

    4. doesn’t

    5. don’t

  16. There … two nurses in the ward.

    1. does

    2. is

    3. was

    4. do

    5. are

  17. There … a doctor in the laboratory.

    1. are

    2. did

    3. do

    4. is

    5. does

  18. There … two injures on his body.

    1. is

    2. are

    3. was

    4. did

    5. does

  19. There … a stethoscope on the table.

    1. did

    2. do

    3. is

    4. are

    5. does

  20. There … three microscopes on the desk.

    1. did

    2. do

    3. is

    4. are

    5. does

  21. … there any patients in the ward?

    1. does

    2. is

    3. do

    4. did

    5. are

  22. … there a pen on the table?

    1. did

    2. do

    3. are

    4. is

    5. does

  23. … there any medicines in the drug store?

    1. is

    2. do

    3. are

    4. did

    5. was

  24. … there any sugar in the tea?

    1. are

    2. is

    3. did

    4. do

    5. has

  25. There … no medicines in the drug store.

    1. are

    2. is

    3. did

    4. does

    5. do

  26. There … any blood on his wound.

    1. isn’t

    2. aren’t

    3. didn’t

    4. am not

    5. don’t

  27. There … no problems with his health.

    1. are

    2. did

    3. is

    4. am

    5. was

  28. There … no pain in her stomach.

    1. are

    2. is

    3. did

    4. don’t

    5. isn’t

  29. There … some books for this student.

    1. is

    2. do

    3. are

    4. did

    5. am

  30. … there any medicines against flu in this drug store?

    1. did

    2. is

    3. are

    4. do

    5. does

  31. Cells … protoplasm.

    1. contains

    2. containing

    3. did contained

    4. contain

    5. are contain

  32. Chromosomes … the heredity makeup.

    1. determining

    2. determine

    3. determines

    4. did determine

    5. is determine

  33. Glands … of epithelial tissues.

    1. consists

    2. consist

    3. consisting

    4. are consist

    5. is consisting

  34. Muscle tissues … the ability to contract.

    1. has

    2. having

    3. did had

    4. have

    5. am having

  35. Cytoplasm … responsible for the cell function.

    1. is

    2. are

    3. am

    4. am being

    5. are being

  36. Scientists … three groups of muscular tissue.

    1. distinguish

    2. distinguishes

    3. distinguishing

    4. did distinguished

    5. is distinguishing

  37. The bones of the skull … the brain and structures related to it.

    1. did protected

    2. protects

    3. protecting

    4. is protecting

    5. protect

  38. A joint ... a coming together of two or more bones.

    1. are

    2. is

    3. am

    4. do

    5. did

  39. Nerve fibers under the skin … as receptors for sensation.

    1. acts

    2. acting

    3. did act

    4. act

    5. is acting

  40. The larynx … the vocal cords.

    1. contain

    2. containing

    3. contains

    4. am containing

    5. are contain

  41. Each bronchus … to a separate lung.

    1. lead

    2. leading

    3. is leading

    4. leads

    5. are leading

  42. The right lung … two lobes.

    1. have

    2. has

    3. having

    4. are having

    5. am having

  43. The air … to the mouth through the nose.

    1. come

    2. is coming

    3. comes

    4. came

    5. are coming

  44. From the larynx the air … to the trachea.

    1. passes

    2. pass

    3. passing

    4. are passing

    5. did passed

  45. The human heart … less than a pound.

    1. weighs

    2. weigh

    3. are weighing

    4. is weighing

    5. was weigh

  46. During diastole the atria … with blood.

    1. fills

    2. filling

    3. was fill

    4. are fill

    5. fill

  47. Blood … nutrients and hormones.

    1. transport

    2. did transported

    3. transporting

    4. transports

    5. are transporting

  48. Arteries … blood away from the heart.

    1. carries

    2. carrying

    3. did carried

    4. carry

    5. is carrying

  49. Thrombocytes … an important role in the formation of clots.

    1. plays

    2. play

    3. playing

    4. is playing

    5. did play

  50. Leukocytes … their number in case of disease.

    1. changes

    2. change

    3. is change

    4. changing

    5. is changing

  51. The digestive system … with the mouth.

    1. begin

    2. begins

    3. begun

    4. beginning

    5. is begin

  52. The cheeks … the wall of the oral cavity.

    1. forms

    2. forming

    3. did formed

    4. form

    5. is forming

  53. The liver … bile.

    1. manufacture

    2. manufacturing

    3. am manufacturing

    4. manufactures

    5. did manufacture

  54. Special cells in the pancreas … insulin.

    1. produces

    2. produce

    3. producing

    4. is producing

    5. has produced

  55. From the oral cavity the food … to the pharynx.

    1. go

    2. goes

    3. going

    4. goed

    5. are going

  56. The cellular components of blood … erythrocytes, leukocytes and platelets.

    1. includes

    2. including

    3. include

    4. did included

    5. is include

  57. Nerve tissue … the work of the organism.

    1. control

    2. is control

    3. controls

    4. did controlled

    5. are controlling

  58. An organ … of various tissues.

    1. Consist

    2. Consisting

    3. did consisted

    4. Consists

    5. are consisting

  59. A pediatrician … children.

    1. treat

    2. treating

    3. are treating

    4. treats

    5. did treated

  60. Vitamin D … the passage of calcium through the lining of the small intestine.

    1. helping

    2. help

    3. did helped

    4. is help

    5. helps

  61. Today the weather is better … yesterday

    1. As

    2. So

    3. From

    4. Than

    5. Not

  62. My work is … bad as yours.

    1. Than

    2. So

    3. As

    4. Like

    5. Not

  63. This organ is similar … that.

    1. Than

    2. So

    3. To

    4. Like

    5. Not

  64. The heart is different … other internal organs.

    1. To

    2. From

    3. With

    4. But

    5. As

  65. It looks … rain.

    1. To

    2. With

    3. Like

    4. But

    5. As

  66. The brain is not … hard as the bone.

    1. Like

    2. To

    3. With

    4. As

    5. But

  67. The cartilage is … than the bone.

    1. More soft

    2. Softer

    3. Soft

    4. Softest

    5. More softer

  68. I speak English … than John.

    1. Bad

    2. Worse

    3. Badly

    4. More bad

    5. More worse

  69. This task is as … as the previous one.

    1. Dumber

    2. Dumbest

    3. More dumb

    4. Dumb

    5. Most dumb

  70. A car is … than a plane.

    1. Slow

    2. Slower

    3. Slowest

    4. More slower

    5. Slowly

  71. This guy is … of all our friends.

    1. Strong

    2. Stronger

    3. The strongest

    4. Most strong

    5. Most strongest

  72. This is … answer I’ve ever heard.

    1. Good

    2. The best

    3. Better

    4. Most good

    5. Most best

  73. Classes of anatomy are … than those of English.

    1. Important

    2. More important

    3. Importanter

    4. Most important

    5. Least important

  74. He is … teacher we’ve ever had.

    1. Bad

    2. Worse

    3. The worst

    4. More bad

    5. Most worst

  75. This girl is … than her friends.

    1. Smartest

    2. Smarter

    3. More smart

    4. More smarter

    5. Smart

  76. Cardio- means

    1. head

    2. cell

    3. leg

    4. heart

    5. brain

  77. Hepato- means

    1. head

    2. nose

    3. ear

    4. liver

    5. life

  78. Gastro - means

    1. nerve

    2. finger

    3. stomach

    4. nail

    5. elbow

  79. Entero– means

    1. rays

    2. intestine

    3. view

    4. fear

    5. fever

  80. Ophthalmo–means

    1. kidney

    2. cancer

    3. eye

    4. skin

    5. normal

  81. Oto– means

    1. ear

    2. mouth

    3. tongue

    4. eye

    5. side

  82. Dermato – means

    1. skin

    2. destruction

    3. production

    4. foot

    5. mucous membrane

  83. Stomato– means

    1. mouth

    2. eye

    3. liver

    4. body

    5. attraction

  84. Neuro- means

    1. urinary system

    2. death

    3. growth

    4. nervous system

    5. development

  85. Uro– means

    1. destruction

    2. knee

    3. urinary system

    4. humpback

    5. curve

  86. Gyneco– means

    1. man

    2. woman

    3. delivery

    4. difficult

    5. specialist

  87. Histo– means

    1. lung

    2. tissue

    3. lobe

    4. heart

    5. pancreas

  88. Radio-means

    1. tooth

    2. tissue

    3. intestine

    4. rays

    5. jaw

  89. Onco- means

    1. tumor

    2. heel

    3. treatment

    4. top

    5. across

  90. Bio- means

    1. life

    2. cheek

    3. neck

    4. spine

    5. nerve

  91. Suffix –logist means

    1. record

    2. specialist

    3. life

    4. growth

    5. spasm

  92. Suffix –logy means

    1. recording

    2. surgical cutting

    3. science

    4. surgical removal

    5. making a new opening

  93. Suffix –cyte means

    1. small

    2. cell

    3. heart

    4. gene

    5. disease

  94. Suffix –genesis means

    1. disease

    2. development

    3. health

    4. specialist

    5. organism

  95. Suffix –pathy means

    1. tissue

    2. bone

    3. disease

    4. cartilage

    5. skin

  96. Osteo- means

    1. skin

    2. bone

    3. brain

    4. joint

    5. finger

  97. Arthro- means

    1. head

    2. wrist

    3. joint

    4. pelvis

    5. ankle

  98. Costo- means

    1. head

    2. brain

    3. shoulder

    4. rib

    5. nail

  99. Vertebro- means

    1. skull

    2. vertebra

    3. leg

    4. arm

    5. rib

  100. Cranio- means

    1. thigh

    2. skull

    3. vertebra

    4. muscle

    5. joint

  101. Thoraco- means

    1. skeleton

    2. chest

    3. heart

    4. lung

    5. stomach

  102. Sacro- means

    1. intestine

    2. sacrum

    3. brain

    4. larynx

    5. pharynx

  103. Skeleton- means

    1. leg

    2. knee cap

    3. skeleton

    4. finger

    5. lower back

  104. Myo- means

    1. skin

    2. skeleton

    3. shoulder

    4. muscle

    5. elbow

  105. Dermo- means

    1. woman

    2. skin

    3. normal

    4. cell

    5. nucleus

  106. The combining form for heart is

    1. dermo-

    2. cardio-

    3. neuro-

    4. uro-

    5. gyneco-

  107. The combining form for liver is

    1. gastro-

    2. dermato-

    3. hepato-

    4. spermato-

    5. histo-

  108. The combining form for stomach is

    1. pulmono-

    2. gastro-

    3. radio-

    4. bio

    5. necro

  109. The combining form for intestine is

    1. cardio-

    2. hepato-

    3. entero-

    4. pancreato-

    5. onco-

  110. The combining form for eye is

    1. dermato-

    2. ophthalmo-

    3. spondylo-

    4. cranio

    5. oto

  111. The combining form for ear is

    1. oto-

    2. stomato-

    3. histo-

    4. myo-

    5. neuro-

  112. The combining form for skin is

    1. dermato-

    2. stomato-

    3. hepato-

    4. onco-

    5. carcino-

  113. The combining form for mouth is

    1. stomato-

    2. gastro-

    3. pancreato-

    4. entero-

    5. latero-

  114. The combining form for nervous system is

    1. uro-

    2. cardio-

    3. neuro-

    4. gastro-

    5. radio

  115. The combining form for urinary system is

    1. uro-

    2. neuro-

    3. cranio-

    4. olecrano-

    5. histo

  116. The combining form for woman is

    1. osteo-

    2. ribo-

    3. gyneco-

    4. myo-

    5. arthro-

  117. The combining form for tissue is

    1. stomato-

    2. -pathy

    3. –genesis

    4. histo-

    5. onco-

  118. The combining form for rays is

    1. bio-

    2. radio-

    3. stomato-

    4. gyneco-

    5. oto-

  119. The combining form for tumor is

    1. oto-

    2. onco-

    3. stomato

    4. hepato-

    5. gastro-

  120. The combining form for life is

    1. onco-

    2. bio-

    3. vertebro-

    4. spondylo-

    5. histo-

  121. The suffix for cell is

    1. -cyte

    2. -genesis

    3. -pathy

    4. -ist

    5. -itis

  122. The suffix for development is

    1. –genesis

    2. –cyte

    3. -pathy

    4. -logy

    5. -logist

  123. The suffix for disease is

    1. –ist

    2. -pathy

    3. -logy

    4. –cyte

    5. -genesis

  124. The suffix for specialist is

    1. –pathy

    2. –logist

    3. -genesis

    4. -cyte

    5. –logy

  125. The suffix for science is

    1. -itis

    2. -oma

    3. –logy

    4. –genesis

    5. –pathy

  126. The combining form for bone is

    1. ribo-

    2. osteo-

    3. thoraco-

    4. uro-

    5. neuro-

  127. The combining form for joint is

    1. bio-

    2. hepato-

    3. cardio-

    4. onco-

    5. arthro-

  128. The combining form for rib is

    1. oto-

    2. skeleto-

    3. gyneco-

    4. opththalmo-

    5. costo-

  129. The combining form for vertebra is

    1. vertebro-

    2. thoraco-

    3. entero-

    4. gastro-

    5. radio-

  130. The combining form for skull is

    1. cranio-

    2. osteo-

    3. costo-

    4. stomato-

    5. arthro-

  131. The combining form for sacrum is

    1. ophthalmo-

    2. sacro-

    3. oto-

    4. gastro-

    5. histo-

  132. The combining form for chest is

    1. costo-

    2. thoraco-

    3. onco-

    4. bio-

    5. micro-

  133. The combining form for skeleton is

    1. cardio-

    2. cranio-

    3. skeleto-

    4. uro-

    5. neuro-

  134. The combining form for muscle is

    1. bio-

    2. costo-

    3. osteo-

    4. myo-

    5. gasto-

  135. The combining form for skin is

    1. stomato-

    2. gastro-

    3. uro-

    4. dermato-

    5. histo-

  136. Bile is a liquid produced by the…

    1. heart

    2. liver

    3. kidneys

    4. lungs

    5. spleen

  137. The parts of your body with which you see are…

    1. breasts

    2. hands

    3. eyes

    4. legs

    5. ears

  138. The organ in your chest that pumps the blood around your body is the…

    1. spleen

    2. stomach

    3. liver

    4. heart

    5. tongue

  139. The first part of digestion occurs in the…

    1. rectum

    2. spleen

    3. liver

    4. bowels

    5. stomach

  140. …. is discharged through the urethra

    1. Tears

    2. blood

    3. Bile

    4. Sweat

    5. urine

  141. Abnormal growth of tissue, whether benign or malignant, is called

    1. skin

    2. inflammation

    3. plaque

    4. wound

    5. tumor

  142. Osteo- means

    1. bone

    2. nerve

    3. cell

    4. joint

    5. ear

  143. Dentists treat

    1. teeth and gums

    2. lungs

    3. heart

    4. bones

    5. kidneys

  144. The cartilage surrounds the

    1. muscle

    2. joint

    3. vessel

    4. duct

    5. cell

  145. The thigh is a top part of a human

    1. arm

    2. body

    3. leg

    4. head

    5. abdomen

  146. The joint connecting the hand with the forearm is the…

    1. thigh

    2. rib

    3. ankle

    4. wrist

    5. calf

  147. Fetus usually lies in the…

    1. brain

    2. uterus

    3. stomach

    4. ovary

    5. spinal cord

  148. Ophthalmology studies…

    1. heart

    2. eyes

    3. nerves

    4. kidneys

    5. bones

  149. A process of giving birth to a new organism is…

    1. respiration

    2. contraction

    3. examination

    4. reproduction

    5. division

  150. Gynecology studies the diseases of…

    1. women

    2. men

    3. animals

    4. plants

    5. birds

  151. Connective tissue …. two organs together

    1. reacts

    2. joins

    3. destroys

    4. transmits

    5. stimulates

  152. The central and most important part of a cell is a…

    1. skin

    2. cytoplasm

    3. nucleus

    4. protoplasm

    5. tissue

  153. A part of an organism with a specific vital function is an

    1. joint

    2. cavity

    3. bone

    4. organ

    5. fiber

  154. Lymph or glandular secretions are carried through

    1. organs

    2. capillaries

    3. ducts

    4. veins

    5. arteries

  155. … forms part of the muscular, nervous, connective, or other tissue

    1. nerve

    2. fiber

    3. muscle

    4. vessel

    5. tendon

  156. Sebaceous relates to…

    1. saliva

    2. sebum

    3. scalp

    4. sore

    5. water

  157. Calcium is a…

    1. branch of science

    2. chemical element

    3. part of the body

    4. connective tissue

    5. disease

  158. Cervical means pertaining to the…

    1. arm

    2. neck

    3. brain

    4. trachea

    5. bone

  159. Sacrum forms the lower part of the…

    1. vertebral column

    2. neck

    3. arm

    4. scull

    5. parietal bone

  160. Lumbar relates to the …

    1. lower back

    2. chest

    3. knee

    4. head

    5. arm

  161. To digest means to … food

    1. break down

    2. taste

    3. repair

    4. heat

    5. protect

  162. Nerve is a… cell

    1. ball like

    2. conus shaped

    3. square shaped

    4. thread like

    5. tubelike

  163. Entero- relates to the …

    1. liver

    2. intestine

    3. brain

    4. bladder

    5. chest

  164. A nurse … patients

    1. treats

    2. looks after

    3. studies

    4. entertain

    5. looks for

  165. Genetic relates to …

    1. gender

    2. game

    3. a gene

    4. a gram

    5. general

  166. A doctor specializing in newborn babies is a…

    1. neonatologist

    2. pediatrician

    3. pedodontist

    4. obstetrician

    5. gynecologist

  167. Virology deals with the study of

    1. vacuum

    2. viruses

    3. vertebra

    4. valves

    5. veins

  168. Orthodontics treats irregularities in…

    1. eyes

    2. ears

    3. teeth

    4. heart beats

    5. muscle movements

  169. Glands which secrete hormones belong to the … system

    1. nervous

    2. cardiovascular

    3. genitourinary

    4. endocrine

    5. musculoskeletal

  170. Histology studies the structure of…

    1. bones

    2. vessels

    3. human body

    4. skin

    5. tissues

  171. Psychiatry studies … illnesses

    1. mental

    2. contagious

    3. children’s

    4. internal

    5. urological

  172. Radiology uses … to treat diseases

    1. x-rays

    2. molecules

    3. bacteria

    4. sunlight

    5. vitamins

  173. Micro- means…

    1. big

    2. small

    3. middle

    4. giant

    5. large

  174. A substance used for medication is a …

    1. drum

    2. dove

    3. drug

    4. dose

    5. door

  175. Anatomy studies the … of the body

    1. diseases

    2. structure

    3. tissues

    4. height

    5. weight

  176. Physiology studies the …. living organisms

    1. structure of

    2. functions of

    3. vaccination of

    4. chemical processes in

    5. treatment of

  177. Cryobiology studies the effects of … on living organisms

    1. high temperatures

    2. different temperatures

    3. low temperatures

    4. fluctuation of temperatures

    5. room temperature

  178. Abnormal body conditions are studied by…

    1. anatomy

    2. histology

    3. pathology

    4. physiology

    5. chemistry

  179. Diseases of the skin are treated by a…

    1. ophthalmologist

    2. obstetrician

    3. dermatologist

    4. urologist

    5. cardiologist

  180. Sick children are treated by a…

    1. obstetrician

    2. cardiologist

    3. surgeon

    4. pediatrician

    5. pathologist

  181. Heart diseases are treated by a…

    1. physiologist

    2. pathologist

    3. urologist

    4. cardiologist

    5. gynecologist

  182. Kidney diseases are treated by a…

    1. cardiologist

    2. microbiologist

    3. neurologist

    4. nephrologist

    5. pediatrician

  183. The diseases of the nervous system are treated by a…

    1. gynecologist

    2. nephrologist

    3. urologist

    4. neurologist

    5. pathologist

  184. Therapy means…

    1. study

    2. treatment

    3. operation

    4. isolation

    5. graduation

  185. Oral surgery deals with the diseases of the…

    1. bones

    2. mouth

    3. heart

    4. vessels

    5. skin

  186. Dentistry deals with the diseases of the...

    1. ears

    2. bones

    3. teeth

    4. eyes

    5. kidneys

  187. Pulmonary diseases pertain to the…

    1. lungs

    2. heart

    3. throat

    4. spleen

    5. back

  188. Internist is a

    1. a doctor who treats inner organs

    2. cardiologist

    3. biologist

    4. endocrinologist

    5. neurologist

  189. The physiology of the blood is studied by a

    1. urologist

    2. ophthalmologist

    3. ENT specialist

    4. Dentist

    5. hematologist

  190. Physical injuries are treated by a …

    1. hematologist

    2. cardiologist

    3. urologist

    4. nephrologist

    5. traumatologist

  191. Epidemiology studies the … of diseases

    1. occurrence

    2. treatment

    3. onset

    4. outcome

    5. crisis

  192. Cancer is treated by a(n)…

    1. oncologist

    2. gynecologist

    3. ENT specialist

    4. endocrinologist

    5. hepatologist

  193. Urology studies the disorders of the … system

    1. cardiovascular

    2. urinary

    3. digestive

    4. musculoskeletal

    5. reproductive

  194. Pharmacology is a study of

    1. cells

    2. drugs

    3. diseases

    4. bacteria

    5. nerves

  195. Gastroenterology is a study of disorders of the

    1. heart

    2. stomach and intestines

    3. lungs

    4. liver

    5. kidneys

  196. … bones are in the wrist and ankle and are of small, irregular shape.

    1. red

    2. wonderful

    3. short

    4. warm

    5. black

  197. … tissue composes the bones of the fetus.

    1. protective

    2. long

    3. cartilage

    4. proper

    5. short

  198. Proper supply of calcium and phosphorus is necessary for the … of a bone.

    1. pleasure

    2. formation

    3. translation

    4. decision

    5. education

  199. The body is covered by the … .

    1. eye

    2. organ

    3. skin

    4. gland

    5. tongue

  200. Small, rounded bones are called … bones.

    1. connective

    2. short

    3. bronchial

    4. sesamoid

    5. long

  201. … is the organ of hearing.

    1. mouth

    2. eye

    3. liver

    4. ear

    5. nose

  202. A specialist in skin diseases is known as a … .

    1. surgeon

    2. dentist

    3. neurologist

    4. dermatologist

    5. gynecologist

  203. … muscles are responsible for our internal organs.

    1. smooth

    2. beautiful

    3. interesting

    4. bacterial

    5. cardiac

  204. The … protects the organism from bad external influences.

    1. throat

    2. hand

    3. organ

    4. leg

    5. skin

  205. … is the study of the urinary system.

    1. biology

    2. radiology

    3. psychiatry

    4. urology

    5. oncology

  206. The organ that produces bile is called a … .

    1. stomach

    2. ear

    3. liver

    4. brain

    5. tongue

  207. General practitioners are also known as … .

    1. teachers

    2. family doctors

    3. pilots

    4. managers

    5. lawyers

  208. … is the study about life.

    1. Stomatology

    2. Cardiology

    3. Microbiology

    4. Biology

    5. Hepatology

  209. The heart is located behind the …

    1. sternum

    2. patella

    3. pelvic bone

    4. clavicle

    5. scapula

  210. The heart consists of four…

    1. chambers

    2. atria

    3. ventricles

    4. types of cells

    5. membranes

  211. Two upper chambers of the heart are called …

    1. Ventricles

    2. Veins

    3. Arteries

    4. Atria

    5. Valves

  212. Two lower chambers of the heart are called …

    1. Atria

    2. Veins

    3. Ventricles

    4. Arteries

    5. Valves

  213. The heart is located in the …

    1. Head

    2. Chest

    3. Abdomen

    4. Neck

    5. Pelvis

  214. … studies the cardiovascular system.

    1. A urologist

    2. A cardiologist

    3. A gynecologist

    4. A pulmanologist

    5. A gerontologist

  215. … is a disease of the heart.

    1. Encephalopathy

    2. Gastropathy

    3. Cardiopathy

    4. Nephropathy

    5. Pathology

  216. Cardiomegaly is enlargement of the …

    1. Liver

    2. Brain

    3. Arm

    4. Heart

    5. Cartilage

  217. Cardiomyopathy is a disease of the …

    1. Aorta

    2. Vein

    3. Atrium

    4. Heart muscle

    5. Brain

  218. … is a process of making a picture of the heart.

    1. Cardioplasty

    2. Cardiography

    3. Cardiomegaly

    4. Cardiopathy

    5. Cardiology

  219. The function of the heart is to pump the …

    1. Bile

    2. Blood

    3. Urine

    4. Saliva

    5. Air

  220. The function of the … is to pump the blood

    1. Liver

    2. Lungs

    3. Brain

    4. Testicles

    5. Heart

  221. The chambers of the heart are separated by the …

    1. Blood

    2. Lungs

    3. Eyes

    4. Rectum

    5. Septum

  222. … is relaxation of the heart muscles.

    1. Diastole

    2. Systole

    3. Blood

    4. Liver

    5. Bile

  223. … is contraction of the heart muscles.

    1. Systole

    2. Diastole

    3. Blood

    4. Liver

    5. Bile

  224. … is the middle layer of the heart, consisting of cardiac muscle

    1. Myocardium

    2. Liver

    3. Eye

    4. Atrium

    5. Vein

  225. Endocardium is the inner layer of the …

    1. Heart

    2. Stomach

    3. Intestines

    4. Kidneys

    5. Lungs

  226. Epicardium is one of the three layers of tissue that form the wall of the …

    1. Stomach

    2. Heart

    3. Intestines

    4. Kidneys

    5. Lungs

  227. A collection of cells is called … .

    1. cavity

    2. tissue

    3. portion

    4. tube

    5. fluid

  228. . The … is protected by the skull.

    1. heart

    2. pancreas

    3. brain

    4. gallbladder

    5. stomach

  229. An … is a doctor who treats diseases of the internal organs.

    1. dentist

    2. pediatrician

    3. internist

    4. psychologist

    5. ophthalmologist

  230. Neurology is the study of the … .

    1. cardiovascular system

    2. respiratory system

    3. nervous system

    4. digestive system

    5. female reproductive system

  231. There are the fibers of cardiac muscles in the … .

    1. abdomen

    2. brain

    3. mouth

    4. heart

    5. eye

  232. The … is the smallest structural unit of all living organisms.

    1. cell

    2. organ

    3. vessel

    4. tube

    5. gland

  233. He would like to … in neurology.

    1. specialize

    2. see

    3. live

    4. eat

    5. hear

  234. An institution of higher education is a … .

    1. faculty

    2. school

    3. department

    4. lyceum

    5. university

  235. Calcium helps to form the … .

    1. tubes

    2. ducts

    3. veins

    4. tubules

    5. bones

  236. Four small bones form the … .

    1. coccyx

    2. fiber

    3. skin

    4. foot

    5. heart

  237. Cells can … independently.

    1. exist

    2. contract

    3. vaccinate

    4. transmit

    5. contain

  238. Hepatologist specializes in the study of the … .

    1. heart

    2. liver

    3. bone

    4. skin

    5. nose

  239. Glands … of epithelial tissue.

    1. form

    2. break

    3. consist

    4. conduct

    5. provide

  240. Penicillin was discovered by … .

    1. E. Jenner

    2. V. Vorobyov

    3. A. Fleming

    4. N. Bokarius

    5. I. Mechnikov

  241. Bones … in body movement.

    1. understand

    2. include

    3. contain

    4. assist

    5. listen

  242. Several tissues in the skin aid to … the temperature of the body.

    1. hear

    2. pump

    3. maintain

    4. separate

    5. secrete

  243. Several kinds of tissue compose … .

    1. signs

    2. organs

    3. symptoms

    4. substances

    5. groups

  244. During the first two or three years of medical school students … pre-clinical subjects.

    1. form

    2. forget

    3. bring

    4. study

    5. give

  245. The medical university … only the top level students.

    1. spends

    2. accepts

    3. treats

    4. lasts

    5. explains

  246. After …from medical school comes one or two years of internship.

    1. organization

    2. celebration

    3. graduation

    4. holidays

    5. concentration

  247. The woman does not have … of this disease.

    1. books

    2. buses

    3. hostels

    4. signs

    5. glasses

  248. The applicants of the medical university … several entrance exams.

    1. make

    2. apply

    3. divide

    4. pass

    5. read

  249. At the 6th year of study the students specialize in one of the main … .

    1. shelves

    2. years

    3. branches

    4. computers

    5. glasses

  250. … is the period of work under the supervision.

    1. competition

    2. internship

    3. holiday

    4. concert

    5. pregnancy

  251. Students … medical practice after the final exams.

    1. feel

    2. start

    3. pay

    4. appear

    5. apply

  252. In the USA after graduation from medical school the student … the title of Doctor of Medicine.

    1. goes

    2. does

    3. receives

    4. finds

    5. writes

  253. During the internship, the intern lives at the hospital and receives low … .

    1. purpose

    2. work

    3. salary

    4. cell

    5. effort

  254. A dentist treats your … .

    1. bones

    2. eyes

    3. ears

    4. teeth

    5. lungs

  255. They learn English to … in international scientific conferences.

    1. write

    2. learn

    3. buy

    4. become

    5. participate

  256. The students from other towns usually live in a … .

    1. hospital

    2. hostel

    3. polyclinic

    4. university

    5. school

  257. Our students must … lectures and practical classes.

    1. prefer

    2. realize

    3. attend

    4. promote

    5. give

  258. Mark Twain … many interesting characters in his novels.

    1. prevented

    2. earned

    3. created

    4. came

    5. arrived

  259. The nurse gave her an … to soothe the pain.

    1. injection

    2. lecture

    3. textbook

    4. apple

    5. ticket

  260. In the USA students receive a … after final exams.

    1. salary

    2. degree

    3. book

    4. application

    5. present

  261. A … is trained to treat people who are ill.

    1. electrician

    2. hairdresser

    3. doctor

    4. architect

    5. president

  262. … is the science about the structure of human and animal bodies.

    1. Biology

    2. Anatomy

    3. Cardiology

    4. Physiology

    5. Ophthalmology

  263. A … is a department of a university.

    1. hotel

    2. faculty

    3. shop

    4. café

    5. room

  264. … studies the functions of the body.

    1. Chemistry

    2. Microbiology

    3. Physiology

    4. Psychology

    5. Anesthesiology

  265. The … of his disease is unknown.

    1. food

    2. aspirin

    3. syringe

    4. cause

    5. phone

  266. Most cases of measles … in the winter and spring.

    1. do

    2. sneeze

    3. occur

    4. use

    5. carry

  267. She … a doctor on her disease.

    1. began

    2. put

    3. consulted

    4. swam

    5. did

  268. Skeletal muscles … the bones of our body.

    1. harm

    2. smell

    3. recommend

    4. move

    5. try

  269. … is the study of the glands of internal secretion.

    1. Dermatology

    2. Oncology

    3. Radiology

    4. Endocrinology

    5. Proctology

  270. A joint is a coming together of two or more … .

    1. tumors

    2. bones

    3. places

    4. subjects

    5. candidates

  271. Skeleto- means … .

    1. gland

    2. skeleton

    3. bone

    4. chest

    5. rib

  272. … of cancer is one of the most complex aspects of medical care.

    1. Walking

    2. Prescribing

    3. Curing

    4. Practicing

    5. Writing

  273. Bio- means … .

    1. skin

    2. life

    3. heart

    4. tumor

    5. ear

  274. Sir Alexander Fleming is famous for discovering …

    1. Koch’s bacilli

    2. Penicillin

    3. X-rays

    4. Ultrasound waves

    5. Antiseptic method

  275. The 1st two or three years of the medical school are called ... years

    1. Pre-clinical

    2. Graduation

    3. Duration

    4. Residency

    5. Degree

  276. The eye specialist is called ...

    1. Ophthalmologist

    2. Gynecologist

    3. Pathologist

    4. Dentist

    5. Translator

  277. L.L. Girschman was a well-known …

    1. Pathologist

    2. Dentist

    3. Ophthalmologist

    4. Biochemist

    5. Physiologist

  278. The history of Kharkiv National Medical University began in …

    1. 1905

    2. 1815

    3. 1890

    4. 1994

    5. 1805

  279. Sir Alexander Fleming worked in the fields of …

    1. Bacteriology and chemotherapy

    2. Anatomy and pathology

    3. Neurology

    4. Genetics and embryology

    5. Reproductive medicine

  280. Edward Jenner is famous for inventing …

    1. Anesthesia

    2. Vaccination

    3. Intravenous injections

    4. Sterilization method

    5. Titration

  281. A department within a university is called …

    1. Shop

    2. Patient

    3. Faculty

    4. Teacher

    5. Student

  282. The treatment and study of illnesses and injuries is called …

    1. Sterilization

    2. Structure

    3. Attitude

    4. Medicine

    5. Ability

  283. After the graduation medical students in the USA receive …of Doctor of Medicine

    1. the hat

    2. the hostel

    3. the instrument

    4. the title

    5. apartment

  284. In Great Britain undegraduate medical education lasts …

    1. 7 days

    2. 6 hours

    3. 5 years

    4. 8 weeks

    5. 4 centuries

  285. After the graduation British medical students are … a title of Bachelor of Medicine

    1. asked

    2. awarded

    3. answered

    4. reacted

    5. cut

  286. Internship in Great Britain lasts …

    1. 3 years

    2. Half a year

    3. 1 year

    4. 3 months

    5. 5 years

  287. After internship British young doctors can work only as …

    1. Surgeons

    2. Neurologists

    3. General practitioners

    4. Pathologists

    5. students

  288. To specialize British medical students should undergo …

    1. Duration

    2. Supervision

    3. Entrance examination

    4. Residency

    5. Medication

  289. After …future doctors in Britain receive Certificate of Experience

    1. the degree of Master of Surgeon

    2. internship

    3. the postgraduate qualification

    4. writing a thesis

    5. working as doctors independently

  290. The academic year in Ukraine is divided into two…

    1. Departments

    2. Terms

    3. Faculties

    4. Facilities

    5. Years

  291. The study at medical faculty in Ukraine occupies

    1. 5 years

    2. 4 years

    3. 6 years

    4. 7 years

    5. 3 years

  292. The academic year in Ukraine begins on …

    1. October, 1

    2. November, 1

    3. August, 1

    4. September, 1

    5. September, 15

  293. Ukrainian students have a lot of practical work in

    1. Hospitals and out-patient departments

    2. Entrance examination

    3. Passing the finals

    4. Lectures

    5. The end of each term

  294. ..... is not required for practice in Ukraine

    1. Scientific degree

    2. Internship

    3. Diploma of physician

    4. Medical training

    5. Attendance

  295. Graduates from dental faculty can not work in …

    1. Orthodontics

    2. Ophthalmology

    3. Oral surgery

    4. Prosthodontics

    5. Esthetic dentistry

  296. The students who want to take part in the scientific research work in …

    1. General medicine

    2. Internship

    3. A team

    4. Students’ Scientific Society

    5. A shop

  297. Sir Alexander Fleming was born in …

    1. England

    2. Australia

    3. Russia

    4. China

    5. France

  298. Kharkov University was founded by …

    1. V. P. Vorobyov

    2. I. Mechnikov

    3. V. N. Karazin

    4. V. Ya. Danilevsky

    5. V. Paladin

  299. Ukrainian students can work as doctors only after

    1. Supervision

    2. Internship

    3. Entrance exams

    4. The end of each term

    5. Writing a thesis

  300. The... of Kharkov National Medical University are located in 6 buildings

    1. Degrees

    2. Qualifications

    3. Departments

    4. Departures

    5. Relapses

  301. Brain belongs to the … system

    1. Digestive

    2. Nervous

    3. Reproductive

    4. Respiratory

    5. Endocrine

  302. Stomach belongs to the …system

    1. Respiratory

    2. Cardiovascular

    3. Lymphatic

    4. Digestive

    5. Reproductive

  303. The … is the part of the digestive system

    1. Skin

    2. Eye

    3. Body

    4. Ear

    5. Liver

  304. The bone is a part of the .. system

    1. Musculoskeletal

    2. Reproductive

    3. Integumentary

    4. Endocrine

    5. Cardiovascular

  305. The heart belongs to the … system

    1. Digestive

    2. Cardiovascular

    3. Musculoskeletal

    4. Reproductive

    5. Endocrine

  306. Intestine is a part of the … system

    1. Digestive

    2. Integumentary

    3. Endocrine

    4. Musculoskeletal

    5. Reproductive

  307. The nerve belongs to the … system

    1. Reproductive

    2. Endocrine

    3. Nervous

    4. Musculoskeletal

    5. Digestive

  308. The mouth is a part of the …system

    1. Cardiovascular

    2. Reproductive

    3. Endocrine

    4. Digestive

    5. Musculoskeletal

  309. Cartilage belongs to the … system

    1. Musculoskeletal

    2. Nervous

    3. Reproductive

    4. Endocrine

    5. Digestive

  310. A joint is a part of the .. system

    1. Musculoskeletal

    2. Reproductive

    3. Nervous

    4. Digestive

    5. Endocrine

  311. ... is a part of musculoskeletal system

    1. Liver

    2. Heart

    3. Intestine

    4. Nerve

    5. Pelvis

  312. ... is a part of musculoskeletal system

    1. Kidney

    2. Intestine

    3. Heart

    4. Mouth

    5. Muscle

  313. The esophagus belongs to the … system

    1. Endocrine

    2. Digestive

    3. Urinary

    4. Respiratory

    5. Cardiovascular

  314. Trachea is a part of the ... system

    1. Reproductive

    2. Cardiovascular

    3. Respiratory

    4. Urinary

    5. Digestive

  315. ... is a part of the reproductive system

    1. Brain

    2. Kidneys

    3. Lungs

    4. Gallbladder

    5. Uterus

  316. Gallbladder belongs to the … system

    1. Reproductive

    2. Cardiovascular

    3. Integumentary

    4. Respiratory

    5. Digestive

  317. Urethra belongs to the … system

    1. Cardiovascular

    2. Respiratory

    3. Musculoskeletal

    4. Urinary

    5. Reproductive

  318. Ureteres belong to the … system

    1. Endocrine

    2. Urinary bladder

    3. Cardiovascular

    4. Reproductive

    5. Respiratory

  319. Spinal cord belongs to the … system

    1. Urinary

    2. Nervous

    3. Reproductive

    4. Respiratory

    5. Cardiovascular

  320. Veins belong to the … system

    1. Cardiovascular

    2. Reproductive

    3. Urinary

    4. Nervous

    5. Respiratory

  321. Bronchi belong to the … system

    1. Respiratory

    2. Cardiovascular

    3. Reproductive

    4. Urinary

    5. Nervous

  322. Bladder is a part of the … system

    1. Cardiovascular

    2. Reproductive

    3. Respiratory

    4. Endocrine

    5. Urinary

  323. Ovaries belong to the … system

    1. Reproductive

    2. Urinary

    3. Cardiovascular

    4. Respiratory

    5. Musculoskeletal

  324. Testes belong to the … system

    1. Urinary

    2. Cardiovascular

    3. Respiratory

    4. Digestive

    5. Reproductive

  325. Tendons belong to the … system

    1. Musculoskeletal

    2. Reproductive

    3. Urinary

    4. Cardiovascular

    5. Respiratory

  326. Arteries belong to the … system

    1. Musculoskeletal

    2. Cardiovascular

    3. Reproductive

    4. Urinary

    5. Endocrine

  327. A rib is a part of the … system

    1. Cardiovascular

    2. Musculoskeletal

    3. Reproductive

    4. Urinary

    5. Endocrine

  328. The skull is a part of the …system

    1. Endocrine

    2. Reproductive

    3. Musculoskeletal

    4. Urinary

    5. Cardiovascular

  329. Coccyx is a part of the …system

    1. Digestive

    2. Cardiovascular

    3. Reproductive

    4. Musculoskeletal

    5. Urinary

  330. Vertabrae belong to the … system

    1. Digestive

    2. Respiratory

    3. Reproductive

    4. Urinary

    5. Musculoskeletal

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