CAE Reading and Use of English Practice Test 5

CAE Reafing and Use of English Test 5

CAE Reading and Use of English Part 3

For questions 17-24, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line. There is an example at the beginning (0).

Sleeping: Not as Simple as it Seems

It seems our 0 PERSONALITY is affected by many things, including the position we sleep in! This is because our sleeping position partly determines how we feel when we wake up. To 17 , people who sleep on their backs with their arms stretched out typically awake feeling 18 , and eager for the day ahead. Conversely, those who sleep face down with arms outstretched awake feeling fatigued, as this position seems to generate a sense of losing control. 19 those who sleep lying straight tend to show signs of 20 , although whether this is simply because they feel stiff in the morning is 21 ! Most people appear to sleep on their side with their knees drawn up, often described as ‘the foetal position’. Actually, this is 22 because although the position is often said to denote stress, people who sleep like this awake feeling 23, having somehow worked through their problems. It’s unclear what it means if you are a 24 sleeper and change your position frequently!


0. PERSON
17. CLEAR
18. VITAL
19. APPEAR
20. STUBBORN
21. DEBATE
22. SURPRISE
23. FRESH
24. REST

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