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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
Câu 1: A child________ to talk does not learn by being correct all the time.
Câu 2: I don't know if I will pass the examination but I'm going to_________.
Câu 3: Their company is associated__________ finance.
Câu 4: Unfortunately, we are unable to____________amendments to an order by telephone.
Câu 5: One thing I love about you is you always__________ at my jokes.
Câu 6: The main problem with TV advertisements is that they are_________ expensive and our budget isn't very big.
Câu 7: Many companies now advertise their new products by distributing free_________ in public places.
Câu 8: The new beverage company offers a wide______ of flavours in their drinks.
Câu 9: Some businesses use famous cartoon___________to advertise their products.
Câu 10: You looked a bit________ out. Are you worried about something?
Câu 11: I think you may find your mobile phone in the bathroom. That's_______ you often leave it.
Câu 12: I tried to call Phil on his mobile many times but it just put me straight to the_________.
Câu 13: The first thing you should do when you lost your bank card is to call bank and ask them to close your__________.
Câu 14: Anthony was named___________ his uncle.
Câu 15: - "Oh no! I can't find my credit card!" - "_____________________"
Câu 16: -"____________________" - "Yeah, not bad, I suppose."
Câu 17: This is Amanda, who has just taken over from Mike_________the accountant executive for this product.
Câu 18: Michael will be the person who handles the__________ of the product.
Câu 19: I suggest full-page colour_____________in all magazines.
Câu 20: It is sometimes a good idea to have a celebrity___________ in an an election campaign.
Câu 21: I asked him how long it would take the business to make___________.
Câu 22: I don't often make important decisions__________ I have talked to my parents.
Câu 23: Their business plan looks good, but whether they can come true is___________ story.
Câu 24: Nancy has to travel a lot in her new job. She is on the__________all the time.
Câu 25: I will be interviewing up to 5 people. It will probably take__________the whole Morning.
Câu 26: Rob had been looking for a good location for his business since August and now I reckon he has_________ the perfect place.
Câu 27: Sarah is going to give a__________ at the conference in Boston next November.
Câu 28: There is a___________area between the seafront and the lane.
Câu 29: -"Do you know that this house is haunted?" -"____________________________"
Câu 30: Rob said he could raise half of the money for his business plan and asked if I could_________ with the other half.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part of question that needs correction.
Câu 31: My mother always says that kitchen is the most important place in the house.
Câu 32: Your internet service is something I would like to bring for your attention today.
Câu 33: Paul Smiths has been a happy customs of our company for more than 12 years.
Câu 34: When I signed up for the broadband service 3 months ago, I expected a tremendously improvement in Internet access speed.
Câu 35: A sudden surge in Internet traffic can cause to delays in Internet access.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate t underlined sound that is pronounced differently from the other words each of questions.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate tbe sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the questions.
Câu 41: As a doctor, you have to make efforts not to let your patients down.
Câu 42: Either Jeans or Jane has to clean up the house this weekend.
Câu 43: Dean is going to have two mechanics look at his car.
Câu 44: Maria said: "My hair never grows!"
Câu 45: I haven't visited Sean for ages.
Câu 46: I could have asked Jimmy to lend me the book.
Câu 47: We want to acknowledge receipt of your book yesterday.
Câu 48: If I had been a bit more careful, I would have not dropped the vase.
Câu 49: Tim sometimes feels torn between his bothers.
Câu 50: Mind your head as the ceiling is very low.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks.
A large family of mice lived in Farmer Jack's barn. (51)________was plenty to eat (grain and corn) and room to play in the fields. The mice could have lived very happily and comfortably (52)_________for one thing. Farmer Jack had a cat. Many cats are (53)___________to sleep all day and not bother with such trivial things as a family of mice. But not this cat. He was keenly (54)__________in mice and would love to make one or two his meal. The mice lived in fear. Each knew that at any (55)_______the cat might pounce on one of them. The eldest mouse called a council meeting. Each mouse was to offer ideas on (56)________the cat problem. The mice were silent (57)________they pondered how they could outwit their enemy. At (58)________, one spoke up. He explained that the problem was that the cat could sneak up on them. (59)__________they put a bell on his neck, they would hear him coming and be able to escape. Everyone cheered at the idea, excepit the eldest mouse. He wrinIcled his nose and sighed. The others looked at him puzzled. "Yes," he said slowly, "belling the cat is a good idea. But there's just one problem. (60)_______of you is going to do it?" All the mice. lowered their heads, realizing that many things are easier said than done.
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Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on year answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
With a UPS receiver, you need never be lost again. Whether you are driving in a new city or climbing a mountain path, you can use UPS (Global Positioning System) to find out exactly where you are. In recent years, the development of very small and inexpensive receivers has made possible all kinds of other uses. Many cars now come equipped with GPS receivers and computerized maps to show where you are. Parents or pet owners put receivers on their children or their dogs so they cannot be lost. However, what makes GPS so usefill-the way it allows us to keep track of people and things-could also make it dangerous if it is used for the wrong purposes. Some organizations that are concerned about rights to privacy have argued that there should be limits to who can use GPS and for what purpose. In the United States, several cases have been brought to court to question the right of the government or private companies to track people "without their knowledge".
One important case came up in 2003 before the Supreme Court in the state of Washington. Under American laws protecting the right to privacy, the government or the police are not allowed to investigate a person's private life if there is no evidence that he or she has committed a crime. In the Washington case, the police had wanted to learn more about the habits of a man they suspected, so they hid a GPS receiver in his car. Lawyers for the suspect argued that this was illegal because it went against his right to privacy. The Washington Supreme Court agreed. In their view, hiding a GPS receiver in a car was like putting an invisible police officer in the back seat This was acceptable practice only if the police already had evidence that the suspect had been involved in a crime and if they had permission from a judge. Otherwise, it could not be used.
In 2005, another interesting case involving GPS was brought before the Supreme Court in Connecticut. This case involved a rental car company that decided to use GPS technology to prevent customers from driving their cars too fast. They hid GPS receivers in all their rental cars, which allowed them to know where each car was at any time. The receivers could also be used to calculate the speed at which a car moved from one place to another. If the car was driven faster than 80 miles per hour (120 km hour), the driver was charged an extra $150. Though the rental contract did mention GPS in very small print, customers were not told about it or about the extra charge. One customer who was charged 450 for speeding three times became very angry, and he decided to bring the rental company to court. In his view, the rental company had used GPS to spy on him illegally and the charges were unfair. The Connecticut Supreme Court agreed that this use of GPS was not acceptable and told the rental company to return the 450. According to the judges, the rental company should have informed the driver about the existence of a GPS receiver in the car and about the speeding charge.
Câu 61: The passage is written to__________.
Câu 62: GPS is used to locate______________.
Câu 63: According to the passage, the wrong use of GPS is______________.
Câu 64: Some of organizations are concerned that the use of GPS in some cases may violate_____________.
Câu 65: The phrase "without their knowledge" means_______________.
Câu 66: The word "case" in the first line of the second paragraph refers to______________.
Câu 67: According to the passage, the word "privacy" can be used interchangeably with____________.
Câu 68: According te the Washington Supreme Court, hiding a GPS receiver to investigate a person's habit without prior evidence that he had been involved in a crime is___________.
Câu 69: The Connecticut Supreme Court thought that hiding a GPS receiver in the car without the customer's knowing it is_________________.
Câu 70: The word "they" in line 4 of the last paragraph refers to_____________.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C. or D se year answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the question.
In the early years after the invention of lasers, scientists called thirst a solution looking for a problem." It was obvious that lasers were vex! special, but it took scientists a while to find practical applications for them. Over time, hundreds of uses have been found for lasers in many areas of science and technology. They are used in the newest telecommunication systems, in computer printers, and in compact disc players. They are also used in show business to create special lighting effects. But where lasers have made the most difference is undoubtedly in the world of medicine, where they can be used for many tasks that require fine precision.
First, doctors can use lasers as cutting tools. Surgeons prefer lasers to surgical knives for certain operations because laser beams can be made much narrower than a knife blade. Also, with lasers, doctors can work more quickly than with metal tools, and so there is less risk of infection. Furthermore, a laser beam produces heat, which helps to close off the skin or tissue being cut into and reduces bleeding. Thus, lasers have proved extremely useful in the fine surgery required to reconstruct veins and arteries. They are also used in surgery to remove certain kinds of brain or liver cancers. Doctors are experimenting with ways to find cancer in various parts of the body through the use of a colored liquid that colors only the cancerous areas. Then they can use lasers designed for that color to find the cancer and burn it away. This removes the disease from the body but damages nothing else.
Lasers have also dramatically changed the work of eye doctors. Poor vision is one of the most common medical problems in the world, and until recently the only way to correct it was with eyeglasses or contact lenses. Now many vision problems can be corrected permanently with laser surgery. This surgery has made an enormous difference for people who were practically blind without their glasses or contact lenses. After a lifetime of worrying about breaking or losing their glasses or lenses, they can see normally without them. For eye surgery, doctors need to be extremely precise and extremely quick. A • They use what is known as a cool laser, which produces beams that can cut out 39 millionths of an inch of tissue in 12 billionths of a second. In other words, this kind of laser is so precise it could cut into a strand of hair without cutting all the way through. B• In vision surgery, these lasers are used on a part of the eye called the cornea, which is the transparent covering on the outside. When the cornea is not perfectly round, we cannot see clearly. C • The process takes only a few minutes and because the laser is cool, there is little pain D •
Câu 71: What is the best title of the passage?
Câu 72: In which of the following fields lasers are NOT used?
Câu 73: According to the passage, in which field do lasers make the greatest change?
Câu 74: Why do surgeons prefer lasers to surgical knives?
Câu 75: What can be inferred about surgical knives?
Câu 76: What is one of the advantages of laser surgery in comparison with eyeglasses or contact lenses?
Câu 77: Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of eye laser surgery?
Câu 78: Look at the gaps • in the final paragraph of the passage. Where does the following sentence best fit? To improve vision, the doctor shapes the cornea with a laser until it is more round.
Câu 79: What does the word "this" in line 12 of the second paragraph refer to?
Câu 80: Which of the following best paraphrases the first sentence of the final paragraph?