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: It was a thrilling day for Gagarin in 1959 when, after 2 years, he_______ an exciting new programme.
B. was chosen for
C. was chosen
D. had chosen
Câu 2: Children shouldn’t be allowed to waste time________________________ Computer games.
B. to play
C. having played
D. to have played
Câu 3: When the police investigate a crime, they______________________ evidence such as fingerprints, hair, or clothing.
A. look after
B. look for
C. look up for
D. look into
Câu 4: The city has___________________ of young consumers who are sensitive to trends, and can therefore help industries predict the potenlial risks and success of Products.
A. a great level
B. a high tendency
C. a high proportion
D. a high rate
Câu 5: “Do you fancy going to a movie this evening?”
A. Not so bad. And you?
B. I'm sorry. I don’t know that.
C. That would be nice.
D. Not at all. Go ahead.
Câu 6: Our community has started a movement to stop____________.
B. garbage disposal
D. throwing away
Câu 7: My friend has read quite a lot of books and_____________________ a lot of
knowledge in different fields.
Câu 8: “Well, it’s been nice talking to you,”
A. Yes, nice to have met you too.
B. Nice to meet you too.
C. Have you been here long?
D. oh, yes, I’m afraid so.
Câu 9: Prices are rising quickly everywhere. The______________________ seems to go up every day.
A. Standard of living
B. quality of life
C. annual income
D. cost of living
Câu 10: ___________________ amino acids that serve as the basic building blocks of all proteins.
A. It was about twenty
B. For about twenty of
C. About twenty are
D. There are about twenty
Câu 11: The child has been deprived___________________ affection for so long that he hardly knows how to respond to love.
Câu 12: Tom had a lucky escape. He____________________ killed.
A. could have been
B. must have been
C. should have been
D. had been
Câu 13: Gary should take more pride___________________ his work.
Câu 14: By taking out a 12-month subscription, you can be up-to-date with________ and current affairs.
A. intemational problems
B. global questions
C. global issues
D. world matters
Câu 15: It was____________________ he had gone to bed that he remembered he had sotne homework to do.
A. not until
B. only before
D. not after
Câu 16: I'd rather you________too much time surfing the Internet.
A. not spend
B. not to spend
C. didn't spend
D. don’t spend
Câu 17: There’s almost no place_______________________ that isn’t affected by pollution.
A. on earth
B. on the world
C. on the earth
D. in the earth
Câu 18: “Did you hear about the robbery the other day?”
A. Oh, no!
B. Yes, it was great.
C. No, what happened?
D. Oh, sure. Thanks.
Câu 19: Two players _____________________ off the field during last Sunday’s match.
A. were sending
B. were being sent
C. were sent
D. had been sent
Câu 20: ____________________ cold and exhausted, Andrew manage to walk home.
C. In spite of
Câu 21: “We’ve been here before.”
A. Oh, have we?
B. No, we didn't
C. How lovely!
D. How nice!
Câu 22: “These trousers look nice. Can I___________, please?”
A. try them
B. try it on
C. try on them
D. try them on
Câu 23: Marie Curie was the first woman___________two Nobel prizes.
A. who awarded
B. to be awarded
D. that was awarding
Câu 24: Lucy is dancing down the Street_______________ she’s so happy!
A. because of
D. due to
Câu 25: Tom____________________ things round the house, which is annoying.
A. always leaves
B. has always left
C. is leaving
D. is always leaving
Câu 26: It’s about time you_____________________ whether to enter university or get a job.
C. have to decide
D. are deciding
Câu 27: _______________ had he finished his dinner when he realised he had forgotten his wallet.
A. No sooner
B. Not until
C. No longer
Câu 28: By the year 2020, it_____________ possible to travel faster than the speed of light.
A. may be
B. must be
C. should be
D. might have been
Câu 29: The Statue of Liberty is probably_____________ sight in New York City.
A. most famous
B. the most famous
C. a more famous
D. the more famous
Câu 30: Nam tries to study English well ________________ he can enter a university in the United States.
A. in order to
B. so as that
C. so that
D. so as to
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: I had a paper to write; although my brain had stopped working for the night.
A. a paper
D. the night
Câu 32: Jack had to skip breakfast; otherwise, he will be late for class.
A. skip breakfast
C. will be
D. for class
Câu 33: Single life offers more freedom of choice; marriage offers more secure.
A. Single life
B. of choice
Câu 34: Most young people prefer the city, as there wasn’t many to do in the country.
C. many to do
D. the country
Câu 35: No sooner had they returned home from the holiday when Tony had to leave for a business trip.
A. had they
D. for a
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: Tim was humiliated by the whole experience.
A. Tim found the whole experience humiliated.
B. The whole experience was humiliating for Tim.
C. The hole experience made Tim humiliating.
D. Tim experienced something wholly humiliated.
Câu 42: Tom couldn't say a word as he was so shocked at what he heard.
A. Tom who was so shocked at what he heard couldn't say a word.
B. Tom was so shocked at what he heard to say a word
C. Tom so shocked at what he heard couldn’t say a word.
D. So shocked at what he heard, Tom couldn’t say a word.
Câu 43: Most students are aware of the importance of English.
A. Not every student is aware of the importance of English.
B. Not a single student is unaware of the importance of English.
C. All students are aware of the importance of English.
D. Almost all students are aware of the importance of English.
Câu 44: An aspirin may help you feel better.
A. Try to take an aspirin; it may help you feel better.
B. Try taking an aspirin; you’ll feel better.
C. You will feel better after you take an aspirin.
D. You should try an aspirin when you feel better.
Câu 45: “No, no, you really must stay a bit longer!” said the boys.
A. The boys denied my staying a bit longer.
B. The boys refused to let me stay a bit longer.
C. The boys didn't agree to let me stay a bit longer.
D. The boys insisted on my staying a bit longer.
Câu 46: I’m sure that they are hungry now.
A. It’s possible that they are hungry now.
B. They must be hungry now.
C. They must have been hungry.
D. They are told to be hungry now.
Câu 47: I find your smoking in here very annoying.
A. I wish you wouldn’t smoke in here!
B. I’d rather you not smoke in here
C. If only you hadn’t smoked in here.
D. Your smoking in here makes me annoy.
Câu 48: They believe that the director is well over seventy.
A. The director is believed that he is well over seventy.
B. It is believed that the director is well over seventy.
C. The director is well over seventy.
D. It is believed to be over seventy for the director.
Câu 49: Tigers are under threat of extinction and something must be done quickly.
A. Nothing is done and tigers are in danger of extinction.
B. Tigers would have become extinct if nothing had been done.
C. Tigers will become extinct unless something is done quickly.
D. Although something must be done quickly, tigers are in danger of extinction
Câu 50: The original version of that song sounds much better.
A. That version of the song doesn’t sound as well as the original one.
B. That version of the song doesn’t sound as good as the original one.
C. The last version of the song sounds the best.
D. No other song sounds as good as the original version of that song.
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
Bonfire Night is (51)_______________________all over Britain on November 5th. The festival dates from 1605 when a man (52)__________ Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament. He was caught and hanged, (53)_________ the other conspirators.
Preparations for Bonfire Night usually start weeks before the event (54)_________ . Children go from house to house (55)______________ old furniture, newspapers and anything (56)__________ which will burn for their bonfires. They make a ‘guy’, a figure which (57)____________ Guy Fawkes,from an old sack and wheel it round the streets asking for money which they use to buy fireworks.
On the day itself, as soon as it is dark, the guy is put on top of the bonfire, which is then (58)___________ . Fireworks are set off and everyone (59)_________ the display as they stand round the fire (60)__________ warm and eating baked potatoes and hot dogs.
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Câu 51: ___________________(51)
Câu 52: __________________(52)
D. referred to
Câu 53: _______________________(53)
A. along with
C. associated with
D. related to
Câu 54: _____________________(54)
Câu 55: _____________________(55)
Câu 56: ____________________(56)
Câu 57: ________________(57)
Câu 58: _____________________(58)
Câu 59: ________________________(59)
Câu 60: _____________________(60)
C. to stay
D. to hold
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
Aaron spelling is said to be the richest and most successful television producer in Hollywood and, in a city famous for its wealth, his wife Candy is the biggest spender. They recently paid more than 10 million for the huge house the famous American singer, Bing Crosby, used to live in. Then they had it torn down so that an even bigger, more wonderful mansion could be built. Not only will it have a more luxurious swimming pool, but there will be an indoor ice-skating rink and a private zoo as well. Will come to at least $25 million.
They say that a few years ago, on a typically warm Californian Christmas Eve, Candy had a huge amount of real snow delivered to the Spelling mansion and spread all over the green lawns so that their :"children could enjoy 'a white Christmas'.
Not long ago, Candy decided she needed a few more clothes. She had a whole fashion show flown out to her from New Yolk, along with the designer and three models. Not only did she buy the entire collection but — so the story goes at least — the bags and hats the models travelled with, as well. A lot of people in Hollywood wonder what she is going to boy next. "What more can she possibly want?" others ask.
Martin and Rebecca Granger used to teach in a tough secondary school in London. Two years ago, they moved to a small cottage in Cornwall, in the extreme south-west of England. 'We got tired of trying to make kids learn things they had no interest in,' Martin says. Martin's mother died, leaving the cottage to them. 'It was in a terrible state when we came. There were leaks in the roof. There wasn't even an indoor too. Rebecca and I have rebuilt the place with our own hands.'
It is a pleasant, small place by the sea. In their large garden they grow most of their own vegetables and keep a goat. They also make all their own clothes. 'Money is still a problem, but we've learned to get by on very little,' Rebecca says. She does some part-time teaching in a school in a village nearby. Martin paints water-colour of the wild Atlantic and the brilliant sunsets they see almost every day. He has sold a few recently.
Câu 61: Aeron and Candy Spelling are now living in____________
A. the house that belonged to Bing Crosby.
B. a house they paid more than $10 million for.
C. a more luxurious house than the one they bought.
D. a house that needed a lot of repairs.
Câu 62: The real snow Candy wanted for Christmas was_____________
A. brought to her home from elsewhere.
B. placed on the edge of the lawns.
C. manufactured at her own home.
D. manufactured at her own home.
Câu 63: A short while ago, Candy decided to_____________.
A. fly to New York to buy some clothes.
B. fly to New York to buy some clothes.
C. employ a fashion designer and fashion models permanently.
D. purchase every single item in a fashion show.
Câu 64: Martin and Rebecca Granger moved to a small cottage in Cornwall because they___________
A. couldn't find a teaching job in London.
B. wanted to teach outside London.
C. found teaching salaries too low in London. found teaching salaries too low in London.
D. wanted a change from their life in London.
Câu 65: The cottage they moved to in Cornwall____________
A. had belonged to a distant relative.
B. was bought for them by Martin’s mother.
C. was in a dreadful condition.
D. was in a small village.
Câu 66: After Martin and Rebecca had moved to the cottage, they spent some time_________.
A. creating a large garden.
B. renovating the building themselves
C. looking for suitable work.
D. finding help to make the place habitable.
Câu 67: They are thinking of emigrating to New Zealand because__________
A. they are seeking freedom from the rat race.
B. they cannot manage on what they earn.
C. the no longer happy where they are.
D. they want to live in an even more remote place.
Câu 68: The word it in paragraph 4 refers to_____________.
B. the cottage.
C. the roof.
D. the place.
Câu 69: The word 'emigrate' in the passage is closest in meaning to_________
B. leave their country to live in ...
C. pay a visit to ...
D. move to work in ...
Câu 70: By contrasting the two families, the writer suggests that people________.
A. do not need a lot of money to be happy.
B. are rarely satisfied with their houses.
C. need to be kept busy.
D. often find living in the country unpleasant.
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
Water Sports in Hawaii
If you enjoy water sports, Hawaii is the place for you! You can go swimming all year round in the warm water. You can go sport fishing from the shore or from a boat. If you like boats, you can go sailing, canoeing, or windsurfing. Or, you can also try some other water sports that are especially popular in Hawaii: surfing, snorkeling and scuba diving.
Surfing is a sport which started in Hawaii many years ago. The Hawaiians called it "he'enalu," which means "to slide on a wave." If you want to try surfing, you need, first of all, to be a good swimmer. You also have to have an excellent sense of balance. You must swim out from the beach with your surfboard under your arm. When you get to where the waves begin to break, you wait for a calm moment. Then you try to stand up on the board. The wave will begin to rise under you. You must try to steer the board with your feet so you stay on top of the wave. The important thing is to keep your balance and not fall down. If you can manage this, you will have an exciting ride all the way in to the shore.
Scuba diving and snorkeling are two ways to get a close look at the beauty lying below the surface of the ocean. The waters off the Hawaiian Islands are clean, clear, and warm. They contain hundreds of kinds of colorful fish. The undersea world is made even more colorful by the coral reefs of red, gold, white, and light purple. Among these reefs there may be larger fish or sea turtles.
Scuba diving allows you to see the most interesting undersea sights. "SCUBA" means "Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus," that is, equipment for breathing and swimming around far under water. In Hawaii, you can take special courses to learn how to scuba dive. After the courses, you can get a certificate that will allow you to dive alone. Since it can be dangerous, proper instruction and great care are always necessary when you are scuba diving.
If you are less adventurous, you might try snorkeling instead of scuba diving. Less equipment is needed, just a face mask, a breathing tube (snorkel), and Hippers for your feet. It only takes a few minutes to learn how to snorkel. Although you cannot dive deep into the water, you can swim with your face below the surface. Breathing through the tube, you float on the surface and keep yourself moving with your flippers. Even from the surface like this, there will be plenty of color and beauty to see.
Câu 71: This passage is about_______________.
A. water sports around the world.
C. tourist activities in Hawaii.
D. water sports in Hawaii
Câu 72: You can infer from this passage that_____________
A. water sports are all expensive.
B. you need to take a course for all water sports.
C. everyone can find a way to enjoy sports on the water.
D. swimming in Hawaii can be dangerous.
Câu 73: You can go deep under water when you are_________.
B. scuba diving.
Câu 74: According to the passage, surfing__________.
A. began as a sport in 1943.
B. was invented by the native Hawaiians.
C. requires expensive equipment.
D. is very dangerous.
Câu 75: If you want to try surfing, you________________.
A. need to be a good swimmer.
B. should not go out into deep water.
C. wait for a windy day.
D. should go to Australia.
Câu 76: The water around the Hawaiian Islands is___________.
A. often quite cold.
B. full of colorful things to see.
C. usually very dark.
D. full of dangerous fish.
Câu 77: The word this in paragraph 2 refers to____________.
A. standing on the board.
B. keeping balanced and not falling down.
C. an exciting ride.
D. staying on top of the wave.
Câu 78: According to the passage, scuba diving_____________.
A. is an ancient Hawaiian water sport.
B. requires special equipment and training.
C. is the only way to see the fish underwater.
D. requires good balance.
Câu 79: The word proper in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to________________.
D. short and clear
Câu 80: According to the passage, snorkeling_____________.
A. requires more expensive equipment than scuba diving.
B. can be dangerous.
C. is an easy way to see the underwater life.
D. was invented in ancient times.