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1. Đề số 1

Read the following passage and mark A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the blanks.

What make a good souvenir?

            On my desk at home, I have a collection of souvenirs; objects that remind me of places I’ve visited and important events in my life. These objects include a model boat that I saw being carved from a piece of wood on a Caribbean island, a piece of lava that emerged hot from a volcano in the year I was born, and a shell (1) _____ on my favourite childhood beach.

            Unlike everything else, from which memory and detail fades, it is as if the longer you hold on to certain objects, the (2) ________ their associations with the past become, and the sharper the recollections that gather around them. They are, (3) ________, real souvenirs, encapsulations not only of the place, but of your time in the place. But these days, the term “real souvenirs” sounds like a contradiction in terms, and this is because the objects sold to tourists as souvenirs are often cheap mass-produced imports that have nothing to do with the place at all.

            It’s often the (4) _____ that the best souvenirs, like my shell, are found rather than purchased, but browsing for souvenirs can also be a fun holiday activity. But if you are buying souvenirs on holiday this summer, make sure they (5) ________  the reality test. A good souvenir is not just made in the area where it is bought, it also says something about the culture of that area. It is something made by local people using sustainable local materials, and because you are effectively supporting the local economy, it shouldn’t come too cheap, either.

Question 1.

A. come across                B. found out

C. picked up                     D. bumped into

Question 2.

A. larger                          B. wider

C. harder                          D. greater       

Question 3.

A. therefore                     B. whereas

C. however                       D. otherwise

Question 4.

A. point                           B. case 

C. fact                              D. truth

Question 5.

A. pass                            B. win

C. take                            D. beat

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 6. Many countries share the view that drastic measures must be taken to stop the pollution of the seas.

A. The pollution of the seas can only be prevented provided that many countries follow the same policy.

B. By putting into practice a series of precaution it is generally believed that the pollution of the seas will be prevented.

C. The sea will, it seems, continue to be polluted unless this agreement is accepted by a majority of the countries.

D. A lot of countries agree that it is essential to take strong action to put an end to the pollution of the sea.

Question 7. As Keanu Reeves became more famous, it was more difficult for him to avoid newspaper reporters.

A. The more famous Keanu Reeves became, the more difficult for him it was to avoid newspaper reporters.

B. The more Keanu Reeves became famous, the more difficult for him it was to avoid newspaper reporters.

C. The more famous Keanu Reeves became, the more difficult for him to avoid newspaper reporters it was.

D. The more famous Keanu Reeves became, the more difficult it was for him to avoid newspaper reporters.

Question 8. Much as George loved travelling in Asia, he decided not to go to Iraq because of his fears of terrorism.

A. As Iraq had become a high-risk terrorism spot, George, who normally loved Asia, was afraid to go there.

B. Even though George liked touring Asia very much, he was afraid of terrorism in Iraq, so he chose not to go there.

C. Although George liked touring Asia, ever since the threat of terrorism started, he hadn’t been to Iraq.

D. George would have gone to Iraq if he hadn’t been scared of terrorism so much because Asia was his favorite travel spot.

Question 9. The man in that painting reminds me of my uncle.

A. There are some likeness between my uncle and the man in that painting.

B. My uncle and the man in that painting were very alike.

C. The man in that painting bears a strong resemblance to my uncle.

D. In that painting the man has something similar to my uncle.

Question 10. She never lets her daughter participate in an activity unless it is under the supervision of an adult.

A. The only activities in which she allows her daughter to take part are those watched over by a grown-up.

B. If an older person is in attendance, she usually agrees to her daughter’s participation in activities.

C. She always takes her daughter to activities which are supervised by grown-ups.

D. As long as she herself is present at the activity, she permits her daughter to join in.

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.

            In 1752, Benjamin Franklin made his textbook experiment with a brass key and a silk kite that he flew in a thunderstorm to prove that lightning and electricity are the same thing. In 1920, a kite-flying championship for families and individuals was held in London. These two seemingly unrelated events underscore the fact that kites can be flown for both pleasure and scientific purposes. For example, in the 1800s weather bureaus flew kites to record temperature and humidity at certain altitudes. On one occasion, ten kites were strung together and flown at a height of four miles to lift men and carry cameras aloft.

            The kite’s ability to fly depends on its construction and the way that its line is attached. The familiar diamond – shaped kite flies when its covered face is aligned against the wind flow. The line attached to the nose of the kite pulls it into the wind, thus creating the necessary angle for the lift force. If the kite’s construction and the angle of the air stream are correct, the kite will encounter greater pressure against its face and lower pressure against its back. The difference in the pressure creates a lift that causes the kite to rise until it hangs level from its bridle. Its angle against the wind should be sufficiently large or small to create maximum lift to overcome both drag and gravity. The towing point to which the line is attached is important because it sets the kite’s angle relative to the air flow. Although the kite must be headed up and into the wind with a velocity of 8 to 20 miles per hour, it can maintain its position through a tail, a rudder, a keel, vents, or tassels.

Question 11. What is the main topic of the passage?

A. What makes kites stay up in the air.                                 

B. How kites can be utilized.

C. What parts kites consist of.                                               

D. Why kites are were spurned.

Question 12. The word “aloft” in the reading passage is closet in meaning to _____.

A. for the analysis                  

B. in the flood

C. in flight                             

D. for amusement

Question 13. According to the passage, the kite flies when its nose is ______.

A. pointed away from the ground                                         

B. balanced with the tail

C. pointed into the wind flow                                                           

D. aligned parallel to the wind flow

Question 14. What is necessary condition for the kite to fly?

A. The kite must be sufficiently strong to withstand great pressure.

B. The kite must be diamond-shaped, and the wind of a certain velocity.

C. The pressure against its back must be lower than the pressure against its face.

D. The pressure of the air flow must be lower than the weight of the kite.

Question 15. According to the passage, the line of the kites is important because it _____.

A. lifts the kite’s cover and frame into the air space

B. contributes to the shape of the kite and extends it

C. conveys the direction of the wind and the air flow

D. determines the angle between the kite and the air flow

Question 16. The phrase “headed up” in the passage is closet in meaning to ______.

A. diverted                              B. directed

C. drafted                               D. dropped

Question 17. The paragraph following the passage most would likely discuss _____.

A. fiberglass kites flown in competition

B. the cords and wires needed for kite flying

C. elements of kite design and composition 

D. bowed kites curved on their faces

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following question.

Question 18. As the years passed, Joe’s memories of his terrible experience _____ away, and he began to lead a normal life again.

A. got                               B. backed 

C. faded                            D. passed

Question 19. People should eat _____ and do _____ to reduce the risk of heart disease.

A. less and less fat / the more exercise                                  

B. less fat / more exercise

C. the less fat / the more exercise                                          

D. the lease fat / the most exercise

Question 20. We all seem to have a different opinion, so let’s Joey decide, ___________?

A. shall we                             B. do we 

C. are we                                D. will we

Question 21. I suppose I found it hard at my new school because I just _____ to the situation.

A. wasn’t used                                   

B. wasn’t getting used                       

C. used not                            

D. didn’t use

Question 22. In no way ______ that people will be prevented from organizing peaceful protests.

A. this law means                   

B. means this law                  

C. this law does mean           

D. dose this law mean

Question 23. It’s about time Mrs. Richard apologized to me _____ me a gossip in front of everybody.

A. to have called                    

B. that she called                   

C. of calling                          

D. for having called

Question 24. He looked at me as if I _____ from the moon.

A. had just landed                 

B. have just landed                

C. would land                        

D. would have landed

Question 25. The elaborate bridal costumes of the coastal Indians are ____ from mother to daughter.

A. put through                        

B. taken after                         

C. parted with                        

D. handed down

Question 26. I can’t believe that Sabina is going to ______ on that parachute jump. Of course, she’s doing it for charity.

A. bear a charmed life                                                           

B. raise the alarm

C. risk life and limb                                                               

D. take sensible precautions

Question 27. Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is _____; if it was destroyed no amount of money could ever replace it.

A. worthless                           

B. valueless                            

C. priceless                             

D. invaluable

Question 28. Although he _____ to Ernest Hemingway, I think his books are unique.

A. often has been compared                                                  

B. has often compared

C. has often been compared                                                  

D. has been often comparing

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 29. Paris is the ideal place to learn French; it’s a beautiful and hospitable city with Institutions for high quality linguistic teaching.

A. noticeable                          

B. friendly

C. affectionate                          

D. natural

Question 30. The Extension Program first established in 1873 at Cambridge University has successfully withstood changing popular trends.

A. sponsored                  B. endured 

C. stabilized in                D. extended

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.

Question 31.

A. priority                     B. habitat 

C. protection                 D. essential

Question 32.

A. marvelous                 B. assistance 

C. armchair                    D. argument

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 33. Slang can be defined as a set of lexical, grammatical, and phonological regularities used in informal speech.        

A. informative                        

B. official

C. situational                          

D. casual

Question 34. The emergence of supersonic travel opened new horizons for the military, tourism, and commerce.      

A. simplicity                           

B. disappearance                    

C. urgency                             

D. profitability

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.

Question 35.

A. intellectual                B. philosopher

C. discriminate               D. enlightenment

Question 36.

A. undergraduate          B. administrative

C. disadvantage             D. agricultural

Question 37.

A. emergency                B. activity

C. vulnerable                  D. initiative 

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.

            The official residence of the president of the United States is the White House, located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, in Washington, D.C. The Commissioners of the District of Columbia held a meeting in 1792 and decided to hold a contest for the best design for the Presidential House. James Hoban, an architect born in Ireland, was the winner. His bid for the construction of the mansion asked for $200,000, but the final cost of the building came to twice that amount. The work on the project began during the same year, and the grounds of approximately one and a half miles west of the Capitol Hill were chosen by Major Pierre-Charles L’Enfant, who was in charge of city planning. However, the construction continued for several more years, and George Washington had stepped down as president before the building was habitable. When John Adams, the second president of the United States and his wife Abigail moved in 1800, only six rooms had been completed.

            The grey sandstone walls of the house were painted white during construction, and the color of the paint gave the building its name. The building was burned on August 24, 1814, and James Hoban reconstructed the house for President James Monroe and his family, who moved there in 1817. The north portico was added to the building in 1829, water pipes were installed in 1833, gas lighting in 1848, and electricity in 1891. In 1948, inspectors announced that the building was so dilapidated that it was beyond repair and suggested that it was cheaper to construct a new one than repair the existing dwelling. However, the national sentiment was to keep the original form intact, and Congress appropriated $5.4 million dollars for repairs. In 1961, Jacqueline Kennedy launched a program to redecorate the rooms and appointed a Fine Arts Committee to make choices of furnishing and colors.

            The house of the president accords its residents a great deal of space. The living quarters contain 107 rooms, 40 corridors, and 19 baths. The White House contains a doctor’s suite, a dentist’s office, a large solarium, a broadcasting room, and a two-floor basement for storage and service rooms. The office in which the president works is not located in the White House, but in a separate building called the West Wing. The White House stands on 16 acres of parklike land and overlooks a broad lawn, flower gardens, and wood groves.

Question 38. The word “contest” is closest in meaning to _____.

A. hearing                              

B. concourse                          

C. computation                      

D. competition         

Question 39. What does the passage imply about the cost of the White House construction?

A. It did not adhere to the original estimate.

B. It was proposed at the meeting of the commissioners.

C. It was not included in the architectural design.

D. It was considered excessive for the presidential home.

Question 40. The word “grounds” is closest in meaning to _____.

A. high ground                  B. site

C. several lots                   D. hills

Question 41. It can be inferred from the passage that _____.

A. George Washington contributed to the White House design

B. George Washington never lived in the White House

C. The White House was excluded from the city planning

D. George Washington often used the White House steps

Question 42. The author of the passage implies that the construction of the main White House building continued _____.

A. up to 1800                         

B. after 1800

C. until 1814                          

D. until 1792

Question 43. What can be inferred about the White House from the information in the second paragraph?

A. Running water was installed in the second half of the 19th century.

B. Each president added new features to the building’s conveniences.

C. Few changes occurred in the structure in the first half of the 20th century.

D. The building was modernized extensively during one decade.

Question 44. In line 20, the word “launched” is closest in meaning to _______.

A. stopped                  B. worked 

C. began                     D. requested

Question 45. The passage mentions all of the following White House premises EXCEPT _____.

A. hallways                     B. kitchen

C. medical offices             D. storage rooms

Mark the letter A, B, C or D in your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following questions.

Question 46. Will you have time for some sightseeing?

A. No, I’m afraid not. I’ve got to run to the airport right after the meeting.

B. Yes, I go to the gym and I do a bit of jogging, but only to keep fit. How about you?

C. Yes, it’s fantastic. Great location & a comfortable bed – that’s all you need, isn’t it?

D. No, I’ve been here before on business. It’s a great city.

Question 46. I’m just here to read for fun. I can’t believe I’ve gone this long without reading The Catcher in the Rye.

A. Oh, so long. And don’t take it seriously.

B. I love that book. Some people think it’s overrated, but completely disagree.

C. It really was! I knew you looked familiar.

D. Ah, the American Pageant. That film taught me everything I needed to know about American History.

Mark the letter A, B, C or D in your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Question 48. Some people believe that humans will never use away all the natural resources of our Earth.

A. never                  B. natural resources

C. use away              D. believe that

Question 49. Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, disappeared on June 1937 while attempting to fly around the world.

A. the Atlantic                B. on

C. to fly solo                  D. attempting

Question 50. Owing to their superior skill, highly competitive athletes have been known to win contests and break records even when suffered from injuries, physical disorders, and infections.

A. when suffered                   

B. highly competitive             

C. have been known              

D. Owing to

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2. Đề số 2

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.

Question 1: The aircraft carrier is indispensable in naval operations against sea or shore based enemies.  

A. novel                      B. unnecessary

C. exotic                     D. vital

Question 2: People are now far more materialistic than their predecessors years ago.

A. monetary                B. greedy

C. object-oriented       D. spiritual

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.

You will make the interview process easier for the employer if you volunteer relevant information about yourself. Think about how you want to present your (3)_______, experiences, education, work style, skills, and goals. Be prepared to supplement all your answers with examples that support the statements you make. It is also a good idea to review your résumé with a critical eye and identify areas that an employer might see as limitations or want further information. Think about how you can answer difficult questions (4)_______ and positively, while keeping each answer brief.

An interview gives the employer a (5)_______ to get to know you. While you do want to market yourself to the employer, answer each question with an honest response.

Never say anything negative about past experiences, employers, or courses and professors. Always think of something positive about an experience and talk about that. You should also be (6)_______. If you are genuinely interested in the job, let the interviewer know that.

One of the best ways to show you are interested in a job is to demonstrate that you have researched the organization prior to the interview. You can also (7)_______ interest by asking questions about the job, the organization, and its services and products.

Question 3:

A. pressures               B. practices

C. promotions             D. strengths

Question 4:

A. accurately               B. hardly

C. rightly                    D. sharply

Question 5:

A. change                    B. way

C. chance                    D. practice

 Question 6:

A. enthusiasm              B. enthusiastic

C. enthusiast               D. enthusiastically

Question 7:

A. show                       B. appear

C. conceal                   D. cover

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 8. He was successful because he was determined to pursue personal goals. He was not talented

A. In addition to his determination, his talent ensured his success in pursuing his goals.

B. His determination to pursue personal goals made him successful and talented.

C. It was his determination to pursue personal goals, not talent, that contributed to his success.

D. His success lay in his natural ability, not in his determination to pursue personal goals.

Question 9. There was a serious flood. All local pupils couldn’t go to school on that day.

A. The serious flood prevented all local pupils not go to school on that day.

B. The serious flood hindered all local pupils from going to school on that day.

C. The serious flood made all pupils from not going to school on that day.

D. The serious flood  caused all local pupils not go to school on that day.

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 10: I would willingly have lent you the money myself if only I’d known you needed it.

A. I would lend you the money willingly if I were convinced that you really required it.

B. As I realized just how necessary the loan was to you, I naturally lent you what you needed.

C. Had I realized that you were in need of such a loan, I would gladly have lent it to you myself.

D. I was under no obligation to offer you a loan, but nevertheless did so gladly.

Question 11: The scene is set in Normandy, but most of the characters in this novel are Londoners.

A. In the novel, the action moves backwards and forwards between Normandy and London.

B. The story is about Normandy, but the leading characters are all Londoners.

C. The main characters in the novel are Londoners on a sightseeing holiday in Normandy.

D. In this novel, the story takes place in Normandy but the majority of the characters are from London.

Question 12. We got caught in a traffic jam so we were among the last to arrive.

A. Most people got there before us as we were held up by the traffic.

B. The late arrivers all put the blame on the heavy traffic.

C. The traffic was so heavy that nearly everyone arrived late.

D. There was such a congestion on the roads that I thought we never would get there.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.

Question 13: When Susan invited us to dinner, she really showed off her culinary talents. She prepared a feast – a huge selection of dishes that were simply mouth-watering.

A. having to do with food and cooking

B. relating to medical knowledge

C. involving hygienic conditions and diseases

D. concerning nutrition and health

Question 14: The works of the English theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking helped pave the way for the framework of general relativity and theoretical prediction of black holes dynamics and mechanics.

A. terminate                B. lighten 

C. initiate                    D. prevent

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part needs correction.

Question 15: A professor of (A) economy and history at our university (B) developed a new theory of the relationship (C) between historical events and (D) financial crises.

Question 16: The Mediterranean, a large sea (A) surrounded by land, is a mile (B) depth (C) on the average and more than (D) 2000 miles long.

Question 17: If you record people (A) spoke a (B) disappearing language, you can (C) keep important information (D) about both the language and its speaker.

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.      

Question 18: Ken and Tom are high-school students. They are discussing where their study group will meet.

Ken: “Where is our study group going to meet next weekend?” – Tom: “___________.”

A. Studying in a group is great fun.

B. We are too busy on weekdays.

C. Why don’t you look at the atlas?

D. The library would be best.

Question 19: Peter: “Do you think that we should use public transportation to protect our environment?” – Jerry: “__________.”

A. Yes, it’s an absurd idea.

B. There’s no doubt about it.

C. Of course not. You bet.

D. Well, that’s very surprising!

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

Researchers in the field of psychology have found that one of the best way to make an important decision, such as choosing a university to attend or business to invest in, involves the utilization of a decision worksheet. Psychologists who study optimization compare the actual decisions made by people to theretical ideal decisions to see how similar they are. Proponents of the worksheet procedure believe that it will yield optimal, that is, the best decisions. Although there are several variations on the exact format that worksheets cam take, they are all similar in their essential aspects.

     Worksheets require defining the problem in a clear and concise way and then listing all possible solutions to the problem. Next, the pertinent considerations that all possible solutions to the problem. Next, the pertinent considerations that will be affected by each decision are listed, and the relative importance of each consideration or consequence is determined. Each consideration is assigned a numerical value to reflect its relative importance. A decision is mathematically calculated by adding these values together. The alternative with the highest number of points emerges as the best decision.

    Since most important problems are multifaceted, there are several alternatives to choose from, each with unique advantages and disadvantages. One of the benefits of a pencil and paper decision-making procedure is that it permits people to deal with more variables than their minds can generally comprehend and remember. On the average, people can keep about seven ideas in their minds at once. A worksheet can be especially useful when the decision involves a large number of variables with complex relationships. A realistic example for many college students is the question “What will I do after graduation?” A graduate might seek a position that offers specialized training, pursue an advanced degree, or travel abroad for a year.

     A decision-making worksheet begins with a succinct statement of the problem that will also help to narrow it. It is important to be clear about the distinction between long-range and immediate goals because long-range goals often involve a different decision than short-range ones. Focusing on long-range goals, a graduating student might revise the question above to “What will I do after graduation that will lead to a successful career?”

Question 20: According to decision-worksheet theory, an optimal decision is defined as one that

A. has the fewest variables to consider

B. uses the most decision worksheet

C. has the most points assigned to it

D. is agreed to by the greatest number of people

Question 21: Which of the following terms is defined in the passage?

A. Proponents (paragraph 1)

B. Optimal  (paragraph 1)

C. Variables  (paragraph 3)

D. Long-range goals (paragraph 4)

Question 22: The word “essential”  in paragraph  1  is closest in meaning to

A. introductory          B. fundamental

C. changeable           D. beneficial

Question 23: The author states that “On the average, people can keep about seven ideas in their minds at once” (paragraph 3) to explain that

A. people can learn to keep more than seven ideas in their minds with practice

B. most decisions involve seven steps.

C. human mental capacity has limitations.

D. some people have difficulty making minor as well as major decisions.

Question 24: The word “it”  in paragraph  4  refers to

A. worksheet               B. problem

C. distinction               D. decision

Question 25: What does the passage mainly discuss?

A. A comparison of actual decisions and ideal decisions.

B. Research on how people make decisions.

C. A tool to assist in making complex decisions.

D. Differences between long-range and short-range decision making.

Question 26: Of the following steps, which occurs BEFORE the others in making a decision worksheet?

A. Listing the consequences of each solution.

B. Writing down all possible solutions.

C. Deciding which consequences are most important.

D. Calculating a numerical summary of each solution.

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1

2

3

4

5

B

D

D

A

C

6

7

8

9

10

B

A

C

B

C

11

12

13

14

15

D

A

A

C

A

16

17

18

19

20

B

A

D

B

C

21

22

23

24

25

B

B

C

B

C

26

27

28

29

30

B

C

D

C

A

31

32

33

34

35

B

D

C

C

C

36

37

38

39

40

B

D

D

C

D

41

42

43

44

45

D

C

A

D

A

46

47

48

49

50

C

D

D

A

B

3. Đề số 3

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.

Question 1.

A. needed              B. formed 

C. trusted               D. recorded

Question 2.

A. hope                 B. hour 

C. home                D. holiday

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your sheet answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 3. The boy waved his hands to his mother, who was standing at the school gate, to        her attention.

A. attract                B. pull 

C. follow                  D. pay

Question 4. A(n)                      child means a child who behaves badly and saddens his parents.

A. active                  B. hard-working

C. obedient              D. mischievous

Question 5. They agree that  a wife should maintain her                  and appearance after marriage.

A. beautiful                 B. beautifully

C. beauty                    D. beautify

Question 6. He rose from his chair and                           her warmly.

A. protected                 B. embraced

C. replaced                   D. appreciated

Question 7. David has just sold his                car and intends to buy a new one.

A. white old Japanese

B. Japanese old white

C. old white Japanese

D. old Japanese white

Question 8. Christopher Columbus    America more than 500 years ago.

A. discovered                 B. has discovered 

C. had discovered           D. discovers

Question 9. Joe has stopped ______football. He thinks he’s too old.

A. play                           B. playing

C. played                        D. to play

Question 10. The people live in this town are very friendly.

A. who                            B. where 

C. which                          D. when

Question 11. Fee-paying schools are  often called “independent schools”, “private schools” or “   schools”

A. college                        B. primary

C. secondary                   D. public

Question 12. More and more investors are pouring money into food and beverage start-ups

A. an                               B. the

C. Ã˜                                D. a

Question 13. The trees                   .

A. were grown by John yesterday in the backyard

B. were grown in the backyard yesterday by John

C. were grown in the backyard by John yesterday

D. in the backyard were grown yesterday by John

Question 14. The academic year in England is 3 terms.

A. divided into                   B. based on

C. believed in                    D. shared with

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your sheet answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

Question 15. – David: “Good morning, Mr Deakin. How are you?”

– Mr Deakin: ”            . And you?”

A. I’m busy now

B. I’m fine. Thank you   

C. I’m going home

D. I’m having a class now

Question 16.  – Anna: Congratulations! You did great.   – Susan: 

A. Thank you. That’s a nice compliment. 

B. It’s my pleasure

C. You’re welcome

D. That’s okay

Circle the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following sentences.

Question 17. When we were children we were very close, but as we grew up we just drifted apart.

A. became less hospitable

B. became less generous

C. became less friendly

D. became less serious

Question 18. The student service centre will try their best to assist students in finding a suitable part-time job.

A. make                            B. provide

C. allow                            D. help

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 19. Sorry, I can’t come to your party. I am snowed under with work at the moment.

A. relaxed about                B. busy with  

C. interested in                  D. free from

Question 20. He found the course difficult so he had to spend most of his time on study.

A. memorable                     B. easy  

C. interesting                     D. hard

ĐÁP ÁN

1

2

3

4

5

B

B

A

D

C

6

7

8

9

10

B

C

A

B

A

11

12

13

14

15

D

C

C

A

B

16

17

18

19

20

A

C

D

D

B

21

22

23

24

25

D

A

B

B

A

26

27

28

29

30

C

A

A

B

A

31

32

33

34

35

C

D

D

A

C

36

37

38

39

40

B

C

A

C

D

41

42

43

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45

A

D

C

D

A

46

47

48

49

50

B

A

C

D

C

4. Đề số 4

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.

Question 1:

A. change                 B. champagne

C. channel                 D. choice

Question 2:

A. cities                     B. areas 

C. envelops                D. days

(249245) Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on you answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions.

Question 3:

A. ornamental           B. computer

C. courageous            D. industrial

Question 4:

A. identity                B. modernize

C. impressive            D. emotion

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:  I haven’t read any medical books or articles on the subject for a long time, so I’m ________with recent developments.

A. out of reach 

B. out of the condition

C. out of touch

D. out of the question

Question 6:  Kate didn’t enjoy the roller coaster ride because it was________ experience of her life.

A. the most terrifying

B. the most terrified 

C. a most terrified

D. far more terrifying

Question 7:  I assume that you are acquainted ________this subject since you are responsible ________writing the accompanying materials.

A. to/for                           B. with/for 

C. to/to                            D. with/with

Question 8:   Everyone in both cars________injured in the accident last night, ________?

A. was/weren’t they        B. were/ weren’t they

C. was/ wasn’t he            D. were/ were they

Question 9:  When the Titanic started sinking, the passengers were________.

A. horrifying                    B. apprehensive

C. panic-stricken             D. weather-beaten

Question 10:   Jack has a collection of ________.

A. old valuable Japanese postage stamps 

B. old Japanese valuable postage stamps

C. valuable Japanese old postage stamps

D. valuable old Japanese postage stamps

Question 11:  By appearing on the soap powder commercials, she became a ________ name.

A. housekeeper                B. housewife

C. household                    D. house

Question 12:  Jenny: “Was Linda asleep when you came home?”

                Jack:   “No. She ________TV.”

A. watched

B. had watched 

C. was watching

D. has been watching

Question 13:  This class,_____is a prerequisite for microbiology, is so difficult that I would rather drop it.

A. that                             B. when

C. where                          D. which

Question 14:  During the campaign when Lincoln was first a(n)________ for the Presidency, the slaves on the far-off plantations, miles from any railroad or large city or daily newspaper, knew what the issues involved were.

A. competitor                  B. contestant

C. applicant                     D. candidate

Question 15:   Peter: “What________ your flight?”      

Mary: â€œThere was a big snowstorm in Birmingham that delayed a lot of flights.”

A. held up                        B. postponed up

C. delayed up                   D. hung up

Question 16:   ________ his poor English, he managed to communicate his problem very clearly.

A. Because                      B. Even though 

C. Because of                  D. In spite of

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

Question 17:    Jane is talking to Billy about the meeting.

Jane: â€œIs everybody happy with the decision?”

Billy: â€œ__________________”

A. That sounds like fun.  

B. Yes, it is certainly.

C. No, have you? 

D. Not really.

Question 18:   Lucy is asking for permission to play the guitar at Pete’s home.

Lucy:  “Is it all right if I play the guitar in here while you’re studying?”

Pete:  “_________________”

A. Oh, I wish you wouldn’t. 

B. Well, I’d rather not.

C. Well, actually, I’d prefer it if you didn’t.

D. Well, if only you didn’t.

ĐÁP ÁN

1

2

3

4

5

B

C

A

B

C

6

7

8

9

10

A

B

A

C

D

11

12

13

14

15

C

C

D

D

A

16

17

18

19

20

D

D

C

B

A

21

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25

A

B

B

C

C

26

27

28

29

30

D

B

D

C

B

31

32

33

34

35

D

A

D

A

D

36

37

38

39

40

D

B

C

B

D

41

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45

B

C

B

D

D

46

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49

50

A

B

C

C

B

5. Đề số 5

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 question.

Question 1: The mountainous region of the country is thinly populated. It has only 300 inhabitants.

A. sparsely                   B. greatly

C. densely                    D. largely

Question 2: Josh may get into hot water when driving at full speed after drinking.

A. get into trouble                  

B. stay safe                

C. fall into disuse       

D. remain calm

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 question.

Question 3: This company’s new products have tripled its profits in only one year.

A. The company has greatly increased the number of new products.

B. The company has increased its profits 100 percent

C. The company’s profits are three times higher this year than last year.

D. The company has had an unprofitable year.

Question 4: Viet Nam carried out an intensive training program for its athletes, but the results were not as high as expected.

A. There is no expectation for Vietnamese athletes to win due to lack of training.

B. Whereas Vietnamese athletes were intensively trained, their performance was below expectation.

C. Vietnamese athletes were intensively trained carefully, and they won all the matches.

D. It might not be possible for Vietnamese athletes to get good results because their training was not careful.

Question 5: Though he had known about it well in advance, he pretended to be surprised at having a birthday party.

A. He acted surprised about being given a birthday party, but he had known about it a long time before

B. Despite only pretending to be surprised at the birthday party, he had actually been completely unaware of it.

C. He knew about the birthday party a long time before, yet he wasn’t pretending when he acted surprised.

D. He was quite surprised at their throwing him a birthday party, though he could have found out it well before.

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 6: Smallpox is a dangerous disease. Malaria is a dangerous disease.

A. Smallpox is a dangerous disease, and so is malaria.

B. Malaria is a dangerous disease, but smallpox is not.

C. Neither smallpox nor malaria is a dangerous disease.

D. Either smallpox or malaria is a dangerous disease.

Question 7: The dogs watch the chicken coop. The dogs protect the chickens from wolves.

A. Protecting the chickens from wolves, the dogs watch the chicken coop from them.

B. They protect the chickens from wolves as the dogs watch the chicken coop.

C. The dogs watch the chicken coop to protect the chickens from wolves.

D. Watching the chicken coop because the dogs protect chickens from wolves.

Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions

Any list of the greatest thinkers in history contains the name of the brilliant physicist Albert Einstein. His theories of relativity led to entirely new ways of thinking about time, space, matter, energy, and gravity. Einstein’s work led to such scientific advances as the control of atomic energy, even television as a practical application of Einstein’s work.

In 1902 Einstein became an examiner in the Swiss patent office at Bern. In 1905, at age 26, he published the first of five major research papers. The first one provided a theory explaining Brownian movement, the zig-zag motion of microscopic particles in suspension. The second paper laid the foundation for the photon, or quantum, theory of light. In it he proposed that light is composed of separate packets of energy, called quanta or photons, that have some of the properties of particles and some of the properties of waves. A third paper contained the “special theory of relativity” which showed that time and motion are relative to the observer, if the speed of light is constant and the natural laws are the same everywhere in the universe. The fourth paper was a mathematical addition to the special theory of relativity. Here Einstein presented his famous formula, E = m(cc), known as the energy mass equivalence. In 1916, Einstein published his general theory of relativity. In it he proposed that gravity is not a force, but a curve in the space-time continuum, created by the presence of mass.
Einstein spoke out frequently against nationalism, the exalting of one nation above all others. He opposed war and violence and supported Zionism, the movement to establish a Jewish homeland in Palestine. When the Nazis came to power in 1933, they denounced his ideas. He then moved to the United States. In 1939 Einstein learned that two German chemists had split the uranium atom. Einstein wrote to President Franklin D. Roosevelt warning him that this scientific knowledge could lead to Germany developing an atomic bomb. He suggested the United States begin its own atomic bomb research.

Question 8: According to the passage l, Einstein’s primary work was in the area of

A. chemistry                B. biology 

C. physics                   D. math

Question 9: Which of the following inventions is mentioned in the passage as a practical application of Einstein’s discoveries?

A. Radio                     B. Television

C. Automobiles           D. Computer

Question 10: According to the passage, Einstein supported all of the following except

A. nationalism

B. the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine

C. atomic bomb research in the United States.

D. the defeat of the Nazis.

Question 11: According to the passage in which country did Einstein live in 1930s?

A. Switzerland                       

B. the United States  

C. Germany               

D. Israel

Question 12: The word “exalting”  in the passage is closest in meaning to              

A. criticism                  B. elimination

C. support                   D. elevation

Question 13: It is clear from the tone of the passage that the author feels

A. Einstein’s work in physics was somewhat tarnished by his conservative political views.

B. Einstein’s work in physics, though theoretically impressive, led to few practical applications.

C. Albert Einstein was one of the most brilliant thinkers in history.

D. Einstein’s theories have been consistently proven incorrect.

Question 14: According to Einstein, light is composed of separate packets of energy called

A. electrons                 B. photoelectrons

C. gamma rays            D. quanta

ĐÁP ÁN

1

2

3

4

5

C

B

C

B

A

6

7

8

9

10

A

C

C

B

A

11

12

13

14

15

B

D

C

D

C

16

17

18

19

20

D

C

D

D

B

21

22

23

24

25

C

A

B

D

A

26

27

28

29

30

B

C

B

D

C

31

32

33

34

35

A

C

B

B

C

36

37

38

39

40

A

B

A

B

B

41

42

43

44

45

A

B

D

D

A

46

47

48

49

50

B

D

B

C

B

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