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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5: Only after he _______ the job as a computer programmer did he realise how much he loved it.
A. would leave.
B. was leaving.
C. had left.
D. has left.
Question 6:If you didn’t have to leave today, I _______ you around the city.
A. have shown
B. will show
C. would show
Question 7: By the year 2060, many people currently employed _______the job.
A. have lost
B. will be losing
C. will have lost
D. are losing
Question 8: Nam is motivated to study _______he knows that a good education can improve his life.
A. so that
Question 9: We should make full use _______the Internet as it is an endless source of information.
Question 10: _______to the national park before, Sue was amazed to see the geyser.
A. Being not
B. Not having been
C. Not being
D. Having not been
Question 11: Since he failed his exam, he had to_______for it again.
Question 12: The new students hope _______ in many of the school’s social activities.
B. being included
C. to include
D. to be included
Question 13: The _________ dressed woman in the advertisement has a posed smile on her face.
Question 14: Students can _________ a lot of information just by attending class and taking good notes of the lectures.
Question 15: Tim’s encouraging words gave me_______to undertake the task once again.
A. a point
B. an incentive
C. a resolution
D. a target
Question 16: ________ the two sisters, Mary is _________.
A. Of/ the prettier
B. Between/ the prettiest
C. Of/ prettier
D. Between/ prettier
Question 17: It’s important to know about how developed countries have solved the urbanization problems and _______ some solutions to those in Viet Nam.
Question 18:________ one of the most beautiful forms of performance art, ballet is a combination of dance and mime performed to music
A. Being considering
D. To consider
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 19: The government decided to pull down the old building after asking for the ideas from the local residents.
Question 20: Her hair is the envy of the office.
A. to be criticised by others
B. to be hated by others
C. to be the fashion of others
D. to be liked and wanted by others
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 21:The storm was unexpected. No one was prepared for it so some people couldn’t excape and got injured.
A. may be avoided
B. should be followed
C. can be predicted
D. must be prevented
Question 22: She was to wet behind the ears to be in charge of such demanding tasks.
A. lack of responsibility
B. full of experience
C. without money
D. full of sincerity
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges.
Question 23: Jack is talking to Mary about watching TV.
- Jack: _______?
- Mary: Not now, but I used to.
A. Do you watch TV very often
B. Won’t you have some tea
C. Are you going to bed
D. Did you enjoy it
Question 24: John was in Hanoi and wanted to send a parcel to his parents. He asked a local passer-by the way to the post-office.
- John: “Can you show me the way to the nearest post office, please?”
- Passer: -by: “_______”
A. No way! I hate him.
B. Just round the corner over there.
C. Look it up in a dictionary!
D. There’s no traffic near here.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
The warming ot the Earth is caused by exhaust gas from automobile engines, factories and power (25) _______. Carbon dioxide goes up into the atmosphere, and it form a kind of screen that keeps or allows the sunshine in but stop the Earth heat (26) _______ getting out. It works like a greenhouse, that’s why we call (27) _______the Green House effect.
Because ot this effect, the Earth is getting warmer alt the time. This (28) _______ in temperature will cause big changes to the world’s climate. The sea level will increase as the ice (29) _______ the poles will melt.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions.
In todays competitive world, what responsible parent would not want to give their children the best possible start in life? For this reason, many parents want their children, often as young as ten months old, to become familiar with computers. They seem to think that if their children grow up with computers, they will be better equipped to face the challenges of the future.
No one has proved that computers make children more creative or more intelligent. The truth may even be the opposite. Educational psychologists claim that too much exposure to computers, especially for the very young, may negatively affect normal brain development. Children gain valuable experience of the world from their interaction with physical objects. Ten- month-old babies may benefit more from bumping their heads or putting various objects in their mouths than they will from staring at eye-catching cartoons. A four-year-old child can improve hand-eye coordination and understand cause and effect better by experimenting with a crayon than by moving a cursor around a computer screen. So, as educational psychologists suggest, instead of government funding going to more and more computer classes, it might be better to devote resources to music and art programs.
It is ludicrous to think that children will fall behind if they are not exposed to computers from an early age. Time is too precious to spend with a "mouse". Now is the time when they should be out there learning to ride a bike. There will be time later on for them to start banging away at keyboards.
Question 30: What would be an appropriate title for this passage?
A. Never too early to start
B. Let kids be kids
C. Computers in schools
D. More computers mean brighter future
Question 31: Children who spend a lot of time on their computers __________.
A. do not necessarily make more progress than those who dont.
B. tend to like music and art more than those who dont.
C. will suffer from brain damage.
D. tend to have more accidents than those who dont.
Question 32: The pronoun “they” in paragraph 2 refers to ________.
Question 33: What is TRUE according to the passage?
A. It is better for children to take computer lessons than art lessons.
B. Parents should not put off buying a computer for their children.
C. Computers seriously harm childrens eyesight.
D. There is no evidence that children who use computers are cleverer than those who do not.
Question 34: The word "ludicrous" paragraph 3 mostly means __________.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
Over millions of years, the world’s climate has undergone a series of dramatic changes that have most likely resulted from oscillations, or pendulum-like swings, in the rotation of the Earth. One such dramatic climate change was what is commonly called the Ice Age and was in reality a series of phases of colder and warmer weather that commenced approximately two million years ago. What we today refer to as the Ice Age was in reality a series of weaker and stronger glacial periods during which sheets of ice expanded and moved varying distances south followed by interglacial periods when the glaciers melted to varying degrees and retreated to the north. These successive periods of colder and warmer weather have had striking effects on the world’s landscape and on the life forms that inhabit the land. Each glacial period in the series of colder and warmer phases had a different impact, depending on how far south the ice extended, how long it lasted before melting, and how much it changed the landscape and sea levels.
The effect on the world’s landscape that resulted from the changing climate was dramatic. Vast sheets of glacial ice in the northern latitudes of the world cut deep u-shaped valleys that still exist today and caused huge boulders and enormous amounts of clay and dust to be deposited across North America, Europe, and Asia and to reshape the landscape of these areas. As the glacial sheets of ice crept southward on the northern continents, they trapped large amounts of water. This served to reduce the amount of moisture in the atmosphere that could fall as rain or snow, reducing the amount of rainfall and leading to further aridity and the expansion of deserts in the tropical and subtropical regions. In addition, with so much water held in the glacial ice, the sea level fell, resulting in the exposure of land that today is covered with water. During glacial periods there was a land bridge from France to England, the islands of Japan and Java were connected to the Asian mainland, and Asia was linked to North America over what is today the Bering Strait. Then, during interglacial periods, when the glacial ice retreated to the north, more water became available as glaciers melted. Vegetation expanded with the increase in rainfall, and coastlines changed with the increase in ocean water; during interglacial periods, many areas that today are landmasses were covered with water.
Prehistoric people seem to have adapted well to these environmental changes. They moved from place to place in response to climatic changes. They could be found living in the grasslands of Asia, in the forests of southeast Asia, and in the temperate areas of southern Europe, and they moved into and out of the more northerly regions as the glacial regions retreated and advanced. Their diet changed to adapt to the changes in plant and animal life during succeeding glacial and interglacial periods, and the use of stone tools, the building of shelters, and the use of clothing came about during this period. It was these sorts of adaptations that enabled humans to survive and progress while many other species failed to survive and thrive during this period in the way that prehistoric people did.
(Adapted from “Climate Change”)
Question 35: What is stated about the Ice Age in paragraph 1?
A. It caused the rotation of the Earth to swing
B. It was a period of sustained intensely cold weather
C. It came about as a result of variation in the Earth’s rotation
D. It lasted for two million years
Question 36: Which of the sentences below expresses the essential information in the highlighted sentence in paragraph 1?
A. During the Ice Age, there were periods when the glaciers moved forcefully and other periods when the movement of glaciers was weaker.
B. During glacial periods, the glaciers moved to colder areas in the north, while during interglacial periods, glaciers moved toward the south.
C. During the Ice Age, glaciers tended to freeze north of the equator and melt south of the equator.
D. The Ice Age really consisted of colder glacial periods and warmer interglacial periods.
Question 37: The word “striking” in paragraph 1 could best be replaced by _________.
Question 38: All of the following are mentioned in paragraph 1 as affecting the impact of a glacial period EXCEPT _________.
A. the amount of area that was covered with ice
B. the length of time that a glacier lasted
C. the effect that a glacier had on the geography of the land
D. the effect that a glacier had on the chemistry of the water
Question 39: It is NOT true according to paragraph 2 that during glacial periods ________.
A. France and England were connected
B. Japan was a cluster of distinct islands
C. Java was attached to Asia
D. North America and Asia were connected
Question 40: According to paragraph 3, prehistoric people ________.
A. failed to adapt to environmental changes
B. tended to stay in one place during the Ice Age
C. lived only in the grassland areas of Asia
D. were living in the less frigid parts of Europe
Question 41: The phrase “in response to” in paragraph 3 could be replaced by _________.
A. to provide an answer to
B. in reaction to
C. resulting in
D. with knowledge of
Question 42: What is NOT true about prehistoric people, according to paragraph 3?
A. They made changes in what they ate.
B. They used basic tools.
C. They did not live out in the open.
D. They did not wear clothing.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheeᴣt to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 43: The Smiths travel rarely to the United States by plane.
A. The Smiths
B. travel rarely
D. by plane
Question 44: Facebook.com’s server IP address could not find in Google Chrome browser because of the error of Internet connection.
B. could not find
C. because of
D. Internet connection
Question 45: Whenever my close friend has some troubles solving the thorny problems, I am willing to give him an arm.
D. an arm
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 46: When he picked up my book he found that the cover had been torn.
A. Picked up, he found that the cover of the book was torn.
B. The cover had been torn when his book was picked up.
C. Picking up his book, the cover had been torn.
D. On picking up the book, he found that the cover had been torn
Question 47: “I would be grateful if you could send me further information about the job.”, Lee said to me.
A. Lee thanked me for sending him further information about the job.
B. Lee felt great because further information about the job had been sent to him.
C. Lee politely asked me to send him further information about the job.
D. Lee flattered me because I sent him further information about the job.
Question 48: It is possible that the fire in the ship was started by a bomb.
A. They say that a bomb started the fire in the ship
B. The fire in the ship might have been started by a bomb
C. It will be said the fire in the ship had been started by a bomb
D. The fire in the ship is known to have been started by a bomb
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 49: She didn’t take her father’s advice. That’s why she is bored with her work.
A. If she took her father’s advice, she wouldn’t be bored with her work.
B. If she had taken her father’s advice, she wouldn’t have been bored with her work.
C. If she had taken her father’s advice, she wouldn’t be bored with her work.
D. If she takes her father’s advice, she won’t be bored with her work.
Question 50: Quang won a scholarship. We are excited about that fact.
A. We’re excited about Quang’s having won a scholarship.
B. Quang’s excited about a scholarship’s having won us.
C. The fact being excited us had won Quang a scholarship.
D. We won Quang’s excitement about the fact of a scholarship
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