Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions .
Câu 1: She’s suffering from a _______ of iron and needs to take a course of tablets.
Câu 2: I was most_________ of his efforts to help me during the crisis.
Câu 3: Paul used to give away some of his allowance to help others in need, ______ ?
A. didn’t he
B. usedn’t he
C. doesn’t he
D. wasn’t he
Câu 4: - “Well, I hope you enjoyed your meal.” - " ______ "
A. Oh, absolutely delicious.
B. No problem.
C. Yes, that’s very interesting.
D. Yeah, that’s right.
Câu 5: Be careful of this word. It is often ______ by English leamers.
Câu 6: Pete___________ to the operating theatre when the police arrived and arrested him.
A. was taking
B. was being taken
C. was taken
D. had taken
Câu 7: Tom doesn’t know much about computing ____ his brother is an expert at it.
D. in contrast
Câu 8: “If only we_________ about this service before!”
A. had known
C. could know
D. could have known
Câu 9: When things are difficult, Larry can always cheer people up because he has such a good sense of _________ .
Câu 10: This is the third time James______ the volunteer program to the village.
C. has joined
D. has been joining
Câu 11: - “I wonder if you could help me?” - " _________ "
A. No, what is it?
B. Really? How nice.
C. I’ll do my best. What’s the problem?
D. Don't mention it.
Câu 12: Professor Alan insisted that every student____ their report by Friday.
D. had finished
Câu 13: Some learners of English have _____ ideas in writing.
A. trouble expressing
B. difficult in expressing
C. problems with
D. difficulty to express
Câu 14: John explained to the police that he had ______ and asked them to find it for him.
A. had his car steal
B. had his car stolen
C. stolen his car
D. had his car to steal
Câu 15: By the time I come back, you _______ your assignments.
A. will finish
B. will be finishing
C. have finished
D. will have finished
Câu 16: James___________ a university lecturer; he’s too young.
A. must be
B. mustn’t be
C. can’t be
D. shouldn’t be
Câu 17: _____________ she says, we won’t believe her any more.
Câu 18: - “Would you like to have noodles, spaghetti, or something different?” - " ___________ "
A. Anything will do.
B. Yes, please.
C. Never mind.
D. I’m afraid not.
Câu 19: Not every student is aware of __________ of the English language.
B. an importance
C. its importance
D. the importance
Câu 20: Five thousand dollars_______ big sum of money. It’s worth trying.
A. are a
C. is a
D. would be
Câu 21: Although Jane is a new comer, she gets _______ with her colleagues in the department.
A. on quite well
B. off well
Câu 22: The cut on his leg took a very long time _______ .
A. to cure
C. to heal
D. for healing
Câu 23: He had changed so much since the last time we met that _________ him.
A. could recognise
B. could hardly recognise
C. couldn't have recognised
D. don’t recognise
Câu 24: The situation has become acutely ______ .
Câu 25: Hamlet, ___________ Shakespeare in 1600, is considered by many to be his greatest work.
A. which written by
B. that was written by
C. written by
D. writing by
Câu 26: Peter and Julie had to_______ their farewell party until next weekend because of the awful weather.
A. put off
B. pick up
C. put aside
Câu 27: Her brother was offered the manager’s job, but he ________ He said he didn’t want the responsibility.
A. tumed it off
B. threw it away
C. turned it down
D. put it off
Câu 28: There are ___________ believe that our lives and health are influenced by the moon.
A. some people
B. some that
D. those who
Câu 29: I’ll call you as soon as I______ in Paris.
A. will arrive
B. will have arrived
D. am arriving
Câu 30: Don’t___________ the kettle; it’s still hot.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction in each of the questions .
Câu 31: As we all know, a change in the economy of a country such as the US can affect the people all over the world.
A. a change
B. a country
C. can affect
D. the people
Câu 32: Not until I was on my way to the airport that I realised I had left my passport at home.
A. Not until
B. on my way
C. that I realised
D. at home
Câu 33: In spite of their size, multinational corporations often make products at lower costs than local industries can.
A. In spite of
C. lower costs
Câu 34: There are less infectious diseases these days thanks to medical advances.
A. There are
C. thanks to
Câu 35: This is the store in where you can buy anything you need for your project.
A. in where
C. need for
D. your project
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions .
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 .
Câu 41: When he was asked for more information about the burglary, the man appeared quite upset.
A. When asking for more information about the burglary, the man appeared quite upset.
B. On being asked for more information about the burglary, the man seemed quite upset.
C. Being asked for more information about the burglary, the man was quite upset as he appeared.
D. The man appeared quite upset, asking for more information about the burglary.
Câu 42: You must keep your room tidy.
A. You need keeping your room tidy.
B. It is essential that you kept your room tidy.
C. Your room must be kept you tidy.
D. You are obliged to keep your room tidy.
Câu 43: The play started as soon as we arrived at the theatre.
A. No sooner we had arrived at the theatre than the play started.
B. Hardly had we arrived at the theatre when the play started.
C. Scarcely had we arrived at the theatre than the play started.
D. Not until we arrived at the theatre did the play start.
Câu 44: I waited for them until 7:00 and then gave up.
A. I waited for them until 7:00, which then I gave up.
B. Waiting for them until 7:00, and then I gave up.
C. I waited for them until 7:00, at which point I gave up
D. I gave up waiting for them until 7:00.
Câu 45: It’s no use asking her for help.
A. It’s not worth asking her for help.
B. There’s no point in asking her for help.
C. It's no good to ask her for help.
D. We have no trouble asking her for help.
Câu 46: As he earned more money, Mike bought more clothes.
A. When Mike earned a lot of money, he bought more and more clothes..
B. The more money Mike eamed, the better clothes he bought.
C. The most money Mike earned, the most clothes he bought.
D. The more money Mike earned, the more clothes he bought
Câu 47: It’s impossible that John is at school right now.
A. John can’t be at school right now.
B. John mustn’t be at school right now.
C. John mightn’t be at school right now.
D. John shouldn’t be at school right now.
Câu 48: Before I had a bike, I used to walk to school.
A. I no longer go to school by bike.
B. Now I ride a bike to school instead of walking.
C. I didn’t use to go to school on foot until I had a bike.
D. I didn’t use to have a bike when I was at high school.
Câu 49: The plane couldn’t take off because of the heavy rain.
A. The heavy rain prevented the plane from landing.
B. It is impossible for the plane to take off in the heavy rain.
C. The heavy rain made impossible for the plane to take off.
D. The heavy rain stopped the plane from taking off.
Câu 50: Astrology greatly interests him.
A. He takes a keen interest in astrology.
B. He finds astrology very interested.
C. He is very interesting in astrology.
D. Astrology is the subject he enjoys the most.
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 from 51 to 60.
Public awareness of the value of recycling materials such (51) _______ plastic, paper, and glass is increasing daily in all corners of the globe. In some countries these efforts are being (52) _______ by the local governments and in others, by individuals. Participation in these programs is at an all-time high.
In the small town of Truro in eastern Massachusetts, for example, space in the local landfill has run out; therefore, residents have had to think of new ways to (53) _______ of their trash. With no room for items such as newspaper, bottles, and old lumber at the landfill, local residents have come up with many (54) _______ programs to recycle and / or reuse what was once (55) _______ of as only trash. For instance, yard waste such as leaves and grass which used to be thrown in the landfill is now broken down and made (56) _______ compost used by local people as fertilizer in their gardens. In addition, (57) _______ plastics, newspapers, bottles and cans are sold to a recycling company, thereby bringing in revenue for the town. The most popular local innovation, though has been the founding of a “swap shop.” This is a building to which people bring their unwanted clothing, books, and toys so that others who need them can (58) _______ them.
Since there is so much (59) _______ in all the recycling programs, the dump is seen as a place to meet with friends and neighbours and catch up on local news. There is even an annual September evening “dump dance,” where locals dance to live music and have picnics by candlelight at the dump. This has become a high light of the summer vacation season.
As humankind continues to (60) _______ and the population grows, recycling efforts become even more important. These efforts must continue so that we will soon see new innovations and ideas concerning the use of recycled materials.
Câu 51: Question 51: A. like B. as c. alike D. with
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 United Nations
In one very long sentence, the introduction to the U.N. Charter expresses the ideals and the common aims of all the peoples whose govemments joined together to form the U.N.
“We the peoples of the U.N. determined to save succeeding generations form the scourge of war, which twice in our lifetime has brought untold suffering to mankind, and to reaffirm faith in fundamental rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and of women and of nations large and small, and to establish conditions under which justice and respect for the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law can be maintained, and to promote social progress and better standards of life in large freedom, and for these ends, to practise tolerance and live together in peace with one another as good and security, and to ensure, by the acceptance of principles and the institution of methods, that armed force shall not be used, save in the common interest, and to employ intemational machinery for the promotion of economic and social advancement of all peoples, have resolved to combine our efforts to accomplish these aims.”
The name ‘United Nations’ is accredited to U.S. President Pranklin Roosevelt, and the first group of representatives of member states met and signed a declaration of common intent on New Year’s Day in 1942. Representatives of five powers worked together to draw up proposals, completed at Dumbarton Oaks in 1944. These proposals, modified after deliberation at the conference on International Organisation in San Francisco which began in April 1945, were finally agreed on and signed as the U.N. Charter by 50 countries on 26 June 1945. It was not until that autumn, however, after the Charter had been ratified by China, France, the U.S.S.R., the U.K. and the U.S. and by a majority of the other participants that the U.N. officially came into existence.
The essential functions of the U.N. are to maintain international peace and security, to develop friendly relations among nations, to cooperate internationally in solving international economic, social, cultural and human problems, promoting respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms and to be a centre for co-coordinating the actions of nations in attaining these common ends.
No country takes precedence over another in the U.N. Each member’s rights and obligations are the same. All must contribute to the peaceful settlement of international disputes, and members have pledged to refrain from the threat or use of force against other states. Though the U.N. has no right to intervene in any state’s internal affairs, it tries to ensure that non- inember states act according to its principles of international peace and security. UN members must offer every assistance in an approved UN action and in no way assist states against which the U.N. is taking preventive or enforcement action.
Câu 61: The first stated aim of the U.N. was ________ .
A. to supervise peace treaties.
B. to revive international laws.
C. to prevent a third world war.
D. to assist a ‘third world’ countries.
Câu 62: Under its Charter, the U.N. guarantees ________ .
A. never to use arms.
B. to employ international machines.
C. better standards of life.
D. to promote economic and social advancement.
Câu 63: The word succeeding in the passage can best be replaced by______ .
Câu 64: According to the passage, President Roosevelt _________ .
A. probably devised the name ‘The United Nations’.
B. was given the name ‘The United Nations’.
C. established ‘The United Nations’.
D. was a credit to ‘The United Nations'.
Câu 65: Dumbarton Oaks was the place where _________ .
A. the U.N. first met.
B. representatives of five powers formulated basic suggestions.
C. the final proposals were agreed on and the Charter signed.
D. 50 countries signed the U.N. Charter.
Câu 66: The U.N. came into existence fully in _________ .
Câu 67: The essential functions of the U.N. _________ .
A. are limited to discussions and debates.
B. include co-coordinating actions where necessary.
C. are only concerned with human rights.
D. are economic and cultural.
Câu 68: Large member countries like China and the U.S. _______.
A. have precedence over small countries like France.
B. have more freedom in the U.N. than France.
C. provided 75% of U.N. running costs.
D. have the same rights and duties as other members.
Câu 69: A country’s domestic policies ________ .
A. cannot be forcibly changed by the U.N.
B. are often investigated by the U.N.
C. are often enforced by the U.N.
D. are not allowed to benefit from U.N. advice or assistance.
Câu 70: A member country cannot ally itself with _________ .
A. other U.N. member countries.
B. other countries not members of the U.N.
C. countries defying the U.N.
D. states against which the U.N. has ever taken preventive or enforcementaction.
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.
There are many theories about the beginning of drama in ancient Greece. The one most widely accepted today is based on the assumption that drama evolved from ritual. The argument for this view goes as follows. In the reginning, human beings viewed the natural forces of the world, even the seasonal changes, as unpredictable, and they sought, through various means, to control these unknown and feared powers. Those measures which appeared to bring the desired results were then retained and repeated until they hardened into fixed rituals. Eventually stories arose which explained or weiled the mysteries of the rites. As time passed some rituals were abandoned, but the stories, later called myths, persisted and provided material for art and drama.
Those who believe that drama evolved out of ritual also argue that those rites contained the seed of theater because music, dance, masks, and costumes were almost always used. Furthermore, a suitable site had to be provided for performances, and when the entire community did notparticipate, a clear division was usually made between the "acting area” and the "auditorium." In addition. there were performers, and, since considerable importance was attached to avoiding mistakes in the enactment of rites, religious leaders usually assumed that task. Wearing masks and costumes, they often impersonated other people, animals, or supematural beings and mimed the dcsired effect - success in hunt or battle, the coming rain, the revival of the Sun - as an actor might. Eventually such dramatic representations were separated from religious activities.
Another theory traces the theater’s origin from the human interest in storytelling. According to this view; tales (about the hunt, war, or other feats) are gradually elaborated, at first through the use of impersonation, action, and dialogue by a narrator and then through the assumption of each of theroles by a different person. A closely related theory traces theater to thosedances that are primarily rhythmical and gymnastic or that are imitations of animal movements and sounds.
Câu 71: What does the passage mainly discuss?
A. The origins of theater
B. The role of ritual in modern dance
C. The importance of storytelling
D. The variety of early religious activities
Câu 72: The word "they" in paragraph 1 reters to _________ .
A. seasonal changes.
B. natural forces.
D. human beings.
Câu 73: What aspect of drama does the author discuss in the first paragraph?
A. The reason drama is often unpredictable.
B. The seasons in which dramas were performed.
C. The connection between myths and dramatic plots.
D. The importance of costumes in early drama.
Câu 74: Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a common element of theater and ritual?
Câu 75: The word "considerable" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _________ .
Câu 76: The word "enactment" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ________ .
Câu 77: The word "they" in paragraph 2 refers to__________ .
Câu 78: According to the passage, what is the main difference between ritual and drama?
A. Ritual uses music whereas drama does not.
B. Ritual is shorter than drama.
C. Ritiial requires fewer performers than drama.
D. Ritual has a religious purpose and drama does not.
Câu 79: The passage supports which of the following statements?
A. No one really knows how the theater began.
B. Myths are no longer represented dramatically.
C. Storytelling is an important part of dance.
D. Dramatic activities require the use of costumes.
Câu 80: Where in the passage does the author discuss the separation of the stage and the audience?
A. The last sentence of paragraph 1.
B. The second sentence of paragraph 2.
C. The last sentence of paragraph 2.
D. The second sentence of paragraph 3.