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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. bats B. dates C. days D. speaks
Question 2: A. confide B. install C. kidding D. rim
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 3: A. conserve B. achieve C. employ D. waver
Question 4: A. perseverance B. application C. agriculture D. dedication
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 5: The nominating committee always meets behind closed doors, lest its deliberations become
known prematurely.
A. privately B. safely C. publicly D. dangerously
Question 6: We managed to get to school in time despite the heavy rain.
A. later than expected B. earlier than a particular moment
C. early enough to do something D. as long as expected
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 7: Today’s scientists have overcome many of the challenges of the depth by using more
sophisticated tools.
A. complicated B. worldly C. experienced D. aware
Question 8: Suddenly, it began to rain heavily, so all the summer hikers got drenched all over.
A. very tired B. completely wet C. refreshed D. cleansed
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each
of the following exchanges.
Question 9: Tim and Alice are tatking about pets.
-Tim: “Oh! What a beautiful cat. What do you think?”
-Alice: “ . Dogs are more loyal than cats.”
A. That’s right
B. I think I’d rather get a dog.
C. I can’t agree with you more
D. Thank you. That’s really encouraging
Question 10: Two friends Diana and Anne are talking about their upcoming exams.
- Diana: “Our midterm exams will start next Tuesday, are you ready?”
- Anne: “ ”
A. I’m half ready. B. God save you.
C. Thank you so much D. Don’t mention it!
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the
following questions.
Question 11: People are advised to smoking because of its harm to their health.
A. cut down on B. cut off C. cut in D. cut down
Question 12: I think you’d be good at this job. Why don’t you it?
A. take care of B. apply for C. take after D. put off
Question 13: UNESCO was established to encourage collaboration nations in the areas
education, science, culture, and communication.
A. between - in B. among – in C. among- of D. between-of
Question 14: We live in a large house in middle of the village.
A. a B. an C. the D. 
Question 15: Ben asked Jane where the previous Sunday.
A. has she been B. she had been C. had she been D. she has been
Question 16: Each of us must take for our own actions.
A. ability B. responsibility C. possibility D. probability
Question 17: Nam Cao is a realistic writer, but he still used a lot of romance in his
stories.
A. On my part B. On the contrary C. On the other hand D. On the whole
Question 18: Many villages were by the floods last year.
A. looked after B. taken out C. come up D. wiped out
Question 19: In many families, the most important decisions are by many women.
A. done B. given C. arrived D. made
Question 20: Thanks to the women’s liberation, women can take part in activities.
A. social B. socially C. socialize D. society
Question 21: When my mother is busy preparing dinner, my father often gives her a hand the
housework.
A. on B. with C. for D. about
Question 22: If my cousin an alarm, the thieves wouldn’t have broken into his house.
A. installs B. have installed C. had installed D. installed
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 from 23 to 27.
I had never been to Denmark before, so when I set out to catch the ferry in early May, I little suspected
that by the end of the trip I’d have made such lasting friendships. Esjberg is a (23) port
for a cyclist’s arrival, where tourist information can be obtained and money changed. A cycle track leads
(24) town and down to Ribe, where I spent my first night. The only appointment I had to
keep was a meeting with a friend who was flying out in June. I wanted to use my time well, so I had
planned a route which would include several small islands and various parts of the countryside.

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In my (25) , a person travelling alone sometimes meets with unexpected hospitality,
and this trip was no (26) . On only my second day, I got into conversation with a cheerful
man who turned out to be the local baker. He insisted that I should join his family for lunch, and, while
we were eating, he contacted his daughter in Odense. Within minutes, he had (27) for me
to visit her and her family. Then I was sent on my way with a fresh loaf of bread to keep me going, and
the feeling that this would turn out to be a wonderful holiday.
Question 23: A. capable B. ready C. favorable D. convenient
Question 24: A. into B. upward C. out of D. upon
Question 25: A. information B. experience C. knowledge D. observation
Question 26: A. exception B. difference C. exchange D. contract
Question 27: A. fixed B. ordered C. settled D. arranged
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 from 28 to 34.
The iPhone was released in 2007. E-books reached the mainstream in the late 1990s. Printed books have
been around since the 1450s. But how did writing move around before then? After all, a book - electronic
or not - is simply a mechanism for making written information portable. And our ancestors were as eager
to take their reading on the go as we are. Here are some ways that people used to record information and
carry it around.
In Mesopotamia, in the 3rd millennium BCE, various ancient peoples began scribbling on small tablets
that were several inches long. Scribes used a stylus to make marks on wet clay tablets, w hich were then
dried outside or baked so as to make them long-lasting. Some particularly important texts ran across
multiple tablets. The type of writing used by these scribes was cuneiform, and it sustained the production
of these tablets for some 2,000 years.
The Chinese also created tablets that were made from bamboo or wood and were lashed together with
the equivalent of rope. Records suggest that these may have emerged by 1300 BCE, if not before, but
many simply rotted away or otherwise decayed. The emperor Shihuangdi also didn’t help in 213 BCE
when he ordered that most books not in his possession be burned. During roughly the same time, the
Chinese also created scrolls made of silk, though these scrolls were not always rolled into a cylindrical
form; some of the documents written on silk that were found, for example, at Mawangdui, an
archaeological site in southeastern China that dates to the 2nd century BCE, were found folded into
rectangles. The texts on these tablets and scrolls covered a wide range of topics, from medicine to poetry
to philosophy.
Wax tablets were a riff on the ancient Mesopotamian clay tablets, courtesy of the ancient Greeks and
Romans. Clay tablets could be awkward to work with; papyrus could be a pain to prepare and store. But
filling a wooden block with hot wax that, after it cooled, provided a smooth soft writing surface? Simple.
And cheap too. Permanence was a bit of a problem, but it was also an advantage: the wax could be
remelted or scraped smooth, and the tablet was ready for use again. The Greeks and the Romans, and
medieval Europeans after them, used these tablets for some important legal documentation, but their
primary advantage was flexibility—very much like a paper (or electronic) tablet today.
(Source: https://britannicalearn. com)
Question 28: What does the passage mainly discuss?
A. Ways people sent their information to others

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B. Different kinds of ancient people’s books
C. Tablet as the most important material in making e-books.
D. Ways people Took Their Reading on the Go
Question 29: According paragraph 1, a book is simply defined as .
A. a system for making written information transportable
B. an electronic mechanism for making written information portable
C. a mechanism for recording important information long-lasting
D. a way of recording information.
Question 30: The word “them" in paragraph 2 refers to
A. ancient peoples B. scribes C. clay tablets D. important texts
Question 31: The word “emerged" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to
A. appeared B. invented C. discovered D. found
Question 32: According the passage, Chinese people .
A. created bamboo tablets and silk scrolls almost simultaneously
B. created bamboo tablets before they used silk scrolls
C. created silk scrolls very roughly before they used bamboo tablets
D. didn’t use silk scrolls until they created bamboo tablets
Question 33: The word “roughly” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to
A. violently B. harshly C. approximately D. severely
Question 34: Which of the following material is considerably similar to a paper people write on today?
A. clay tablets B. bamboo tablets C. wood tablets D. wax tablets
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 from 35 to 42.
What geologists call the Basin and Range Province in the United States roughly coincides in its
northern portions with the geographic province known as the Great Basin. The Great Basin is surrounded
on the west by the Sierra Nevada and on the east by the Rocky Mountains; it has no outlet to the sea. The
prevailing winds in the Great Basin are from the west. Warm, moist air from the Pacific Ocean is forced
upward as it crosses the Sierra Nevada. At the higher altitudes it cools and the moisture it carries is
precipitated as rain or snow on the western slopes of the mountains. That which reaches the Basin is air
wrung dry of moisture. What little water falls there as rain or snow, mostly in the winter months,
evaporates on the broad, flat desert floors. It is, therefore, an environment in which organism battle for
survival. Along the rare watercourses, cottonwoods and willows eke out a sparse existence. In the upland
ranges, pinion pines and junipers struggle to hold their own.
But the Great Basin has not always been so arid. Many of its dry, closed depressions were once filled
with water. Owens Valley, Panamint Valley, and Death Valley were once a string of interconnected lakes.
The two largest of the ancient lakes of the Great Britain were Lake Lahontan and Lake Bonneville. The
Great Salt Lake is all that remains of the latter, and Pyramid Lake is one of the last briny remnants of the
former.
There seem to have been several periods within the last tens of thousands of years when water
accumulated in these basins. The rise and fall of the lakes were undoubtedly linked to the advances and
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during those times. Climatic changes during the Ice Ages sometimes brought cooler, wetter weather to
mid-latitude deserts worldwide, including those of the Great Basin. The broken valleys of the Great Basin
provided ready receptacles for this moisture.
Question 35: What is the geographical relationship between the Basin and Range Province and the Great
Basin?
A. The Great Basin is in the northern part of the Basin and Range Province.
B. The Great Basin is west of the Basin and Range Province.
C. The Great Basin is larger than the Basin and Range Province.
D. The Great Basin is mountainous; the Basin and Range Province is flat desert.
Question 36: According to the passage, what does the Great Basin lack?
A. Dry air B. Access to the ocean
C. Winds from the west D. Snow
Question 37: The word “prevailing” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to .
A. most frequent B. occasional C. gentle D. most dangerous
Question 38: It can be inferred that the climate in the Great Basin is dry because .
A. the winds are not strong enough to carry moisture
B. the weather patterns are so turbulent
C. the altitude prevents precipitation
D. precipitation falls in the nearby mountains
Question 39: Why does the author mention Owens Valley, Panamint Valley, and Death Valley in the
second paragraph?
A. To give examples of depressions that once contained water.
B. To explain their geographical formation.
C. To compare the characteristics of the valleys with the characteristics of the lakes.
D. To explain what the Great Britain is like today.
Question 40: The word “the former” in paragraph 2 refer to .
A. Lake Lahontan B. Lake Bonneville
C. The Great Salt Lake D. Pyramid Lake
Question 41: The word “accumulated” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to .
A. dried B. flooded C. collected D. evaporated
Question 42: According to the passage, the Ice Ages often brought about .
A. wetter weather B. warmer climates C. broken valley D. desert formation
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 43: Lisa always reminds me of my youngest sister.
A. My youngest sister’s name is Lisa.
B. I always think of Lisa, my youngest sister.
C. Whenever I see Lisa, I think of my youngest sister.
D. It is Lisa who is my youngest sister.
Question 44: People rumor that the president has been suffering from a rare disease.

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A. It was rumored that the president has been suffering from a rare disease.
B. The president is rumored to have been suffering from a rare disease.
C. A rare disease is rumored to be causing sufferings to the president.
D. The president has been rumored to suffer from a rare disease.
Question 45: California attracted people from many countries when gold was discovered in I848.
A. Discovered in 1848, gold was attractive to people in Cali font ia.
B. Discovered in California in 1848, gold attracted people from many countries there.
C. Gold in California was discovered in 1848 after many people came here.
D. When people are attracted to California, they discovered gold in 1848.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs
correction in each of the following questions.
Question 46: Anew school with (A) more than 50 classrooms (B) have just been (C) built in our (D) local
area.
Question 47: The doctor (A) advised him to avoid (B) eating fatty foods, (C) having more fresh
vegetables and drink (D) much water.
Question 48: Since (A) poaching is becoming more (B) seriously, the government has imposed (C)
stricter laws to prevent (D) it.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each
pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 49: Mr. Smith is a professor. His car was stolen yesterday.
A. His car was stolen yesterday, he is a professor.
B. Mr. Smith, who his car was stolen yesterday, is a professor.
C. Mr. Smith, who is a professor, his car was stolen yesterday.
D. Mr. Smith, whose car was stolen yesterday, is a professor.
Question 50: My motorbike cannot start in the mornings. I think I will get the garage to repair it.
A. My motorbike cannot start in the mornings, so 1 will have it repaired.
B. My motorbike which I will have it repaired cannot start in the morning.
C. My motorbike which I will get it repaired cannot start in the mornings.
D. My motorbike I will get it repaired which cannot start in the mornings.

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ANSWER KEY
Câu 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Đáp án C A D C C A A B B A
Câu 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Đáp án A B C C B B D D D A
Câu 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Đáp án B C D C B A D D A C
Câu 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
Đáp án A A C D A B A D A A
Câu 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50
Đáp án C A C B B B C B D A

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