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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined partdiffers from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Question 1:

A. bad

B. fan

C. calm

D. cat

Question 2:

A. google

B. giraffe

C. girl

D. garage

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

Question 3:

A. justice

B. survey

C. campaign

D. knowledge

Question 4:

A. tropical

B. commercial

C. mysterious

D. disastrous

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

Question 5: To all intents and_________, we are already confronting the challenges of the future.

A. purposes

B. views

C. plans

D. aims

Question 6: “What happened to the plane?” “It had hardly touched down__________it burst intoflames.”

A. than

B. that

C. while

D. when

Question 7: “Isn’t your class picnic today?” “No, ourplans for the picnic________”

A. fell through

B. fell down

C. fell off

D. fell over

Question 8: Although thunder and lightning are produced at the same time, light waves travelfaster________, so we see the lightning before we hear the thunder.

A. do sound waves

B. than sound waves are

C. than sound waves do

D. sound waves

Question 9: On checking them out, I found that I was mentioned in the article, which did meno_______at all.

A. harm

B. harmfully

C. adverse

D. adversely

Question 10: Such investments are beyond the________of a small farmer's family.

A. abilities

B. means

C. capitals

D. earnings

Question 11: _____ was expected, these discussions raised temperatures in the chapter hall.

A. Such

B. So

C. As

D. That

Question 12: Your products________an advantage through color and brilliance, for example, forautomotive coatings and many other applications.

A. gain

B. earn

C. achieve

D. win

Question 13: I’d rather you __________say anything to John about his conversation.

A. didn’t

B. don’t

C. hadn’t

D. won’t

Question 14: She was also__________from school, after teachers said she would be a ‘bad influence’on the other girls.

A. excluded

B. exiled

C. extracted

D. expelled

Question 15: Seeing the children playing hide and seek in the school yard,_________.

A. I thought of the times long ago when I did the same thing

B. one of the children hid behind a huge tree

C. it had a lot of fun

D. my friends called me to pick them up at the bus stop

Question 16: It's_________that you would send your child out to cross the street without first giving alesson in safe crossing.

A. likable

B. alike

C. unlikely

D. likely

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

Question 17: “What qualities do you have that make you a suitable candidate for this post?”“________”

A. Well, I have a lot if qualifications that match.

B. I’m highly qualified for the post.

C. I used to work in a similar position for two years

D. I consider myself to be trust worthy, responsible and punctual.

Question 18: Jenny: “Hi, Mark. Long time no see. What’s going on?"

Mark: “______”.

A. So-so.

B. I’m going to see a movie

C. I saw you yesterday.

D. Good morning.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines eachpair of sentences in the following questions.

Question 19: The city made major improvements in the old waterfront area. As a result, it is a greatattraction today.

A. The city is a great attraction today, making major improvements in the old waterfront area.

B. Without major improvements made in the old waterfront area, the city wouldn’t be a greatattraction.

C. But for major improvements made in the old waterfront area, the city is a great attraction.

D. Despite major improvements made in the old waterfront area, the city is a great attraction.

Question 20: We cannot create a rule-based ASEAN. We don’t have means of drafting,interpreting and enforcing rules.

A. Having means of drafting, interpreting and enforcing rules, it is impossible to create a rule-based ASEAN.

B. It is impossible to create a rule-based ASEAN community with means of drafting, interpreting andenforcing rules.

C. Not having means of drafting, interpreting and enforcing rules, we are unable to create a rule-based ASEAN.

D. To have means of drafting, interpreting and enforcing rules, we are able to create a rule- based ASEAN.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaningto each of the following questions.

Question 21: It will take some time before the impact of the new legislation is brought home to theperson in the street.

A. In the future street people will be able to take advantage of the new legislation for long.

B. The new legislation will affect home lives of many people in the city for a long time.

C. The new law will be effective only for the people who are brought home to work.

D. It will take some time before the impact of the new legislation is felt by ordinary people.

Question 22:1 don’t mind whether we go to the seaside or not this year.

A. I wouldn’t mind going to the seaside this year.

B. I am looking forward to going to the seaside this year.

C. It doesn’t make any difference to me whether we go to the seaside or not this year.

D. For me, we shouldn’t go to the seaside this year.

Question 23: The weather was so dismal that they had to cancel the picnic immediately.

A. The weather was too dismal that the picnic was cancelled immediately.

B. So dismal was the weather that they had to cancel the picnic immediately.

C. The picnic would be cancelled immediately since the weather was dismal.

D. The weather was enough dismal for them to cancel the picnic immediately.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, R, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate thecorrect answer to each of the questions from 24 to 30.

People have been donating blood since the early twentieth century to help accident victims andpatients undergoing surgical procedures. Usually a pint of whole blood is donated, and it is thendivided into platelets, white blood cells, and red blood cells. People can donate blood (for red bloodcells) about once every two months.

Transfusing the blood from the donor to the recipient is straightforward. It involves taking the bloodfrom a donor’s arm vein by means of a hypodermic syringe. The blood flows down from the containerby gravity. This is a slow process and may last as long as 2 hours to complete the infusion of bloodinto the recipient. The patient is protected from being infected during the transfusion. Only sterilecontainers, tubing, and needles are used, and this helps ensure that transfused or stored blood is notexposed to disease causing bacteria.

Negative reactions to transfusions are not unusual. The recipient may suffer an allergic reaction or besensitive to donor leukocytes. Some may suffer from an undetected red cell incompatibility.

Unexplained reactions are also fairly common. Although they are rare, other causes of such negativereactions include contaminated blood, air bubbles in the blood, overloading of the circulatory systemthrough administration of excess blood, or sensitivity to donor plasma or platelets.

Today, hospitals and blood banks go to great lengths to screen all blood donors and their blood. Alldonated blood is routinely and rigorously tested for diseases, such as HIV, hepatitis B, and syphilis.When the recipient is a newborn or an infant, the blood is usually irradiated to eliminate harmfulelements. Donated blood is washed, and the white blood cells and platelets removed.

Storing the blood sometimes requires a freezing process. To freeze the red blood cells, a glycerolsolution is added. To unfreeze the, the glycerolis removed. The ability to store blood for long periodshas been a boon to human health.

Question 24. The word "it" refers to___________.

A. surgical procedures

B. accident victims

C. a pint of whole blood

D. surgery patients

Question 25. According to the passage, how often can people donate blood for red blood cells?

A. Every four months

B. Every three monthC. Every two months

D. Every month

Question 26. All of the following are mentioned as potential negative reactions to transfusionEXCEPT__________.

A. Sensitivity to donor leukocytes

B. Air bubbles in the blood

C. Allergies

D. Red-cell incompatibility

Question 27. What answer choice is closest in meaning to the word “undetected”?

A. not illustrated

B. not captured

C. not found

D. not wanted

Question 28. What can the phrase "go to great length" best replaced by?

A. irradiated

B. rigorously

C. routinely

D. removed

Question 29. Based on the information in the passage, what can be inferred about blood transfused toinfants and newborns?

A. It is treated with radiant energy.

B. It is not treated differently from adults.

C. It is not dangerous for children.

D. It is rigorously tested as blood for adults

Question 30. What does the author imply in the passage?

A. Storing blood benefits mankind.

B. Clotting cannot be prevented.

C. Freezing blood destroys platelets.

D. Transfusing blood is a dangerous process.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, II, C or I) on your answer sheet toindicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35.


Percy Ross was born in 1916 in Michigan. His parents has come to the USA from Latvia and Russiaand the family were poor. But Percy soon showed a talent (31)_________ business and made a(32)_______in the fur trade and auction business. Then disaster struck and he lost all his money. Buthe soon made a fortune again - this time by manufacturing plastic bags. In 1969, he sold his plastic bagcompany for millions of dollars.

Ross started giving away in 1977: he gave $50,000 to 50 Vietnamese refugees so that they couldmake a new home in the USA. (33) ________ he held a Christmas party tor 1,050 poor children in theAmerican town of Minneapolis. Ross bought a bike for every one of the 1,050 children at the party.

After these first experiences of giving money away, Ross decided to do it on a (34)________basis.He started a newspaper column called “Thanks a Million”, and later a radio show, in order to(35)_________his money. It took years, but Ross finally succeeded in giving away his entire fortune.

(Source: Solutions - Intermediate)

Question 31.

A. for

B. of

C. On

D. with

Question 32.

A. fortune

B. money

C. budget

D. earnings

Question 33.

A. But

B. Then

C. Yet

D. Though

Question 34.

A. frequent

B. usual

C. occasional


Question 35.

A. give away

B. take away

C. give in

D. take in

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning tothe underlined word(s) in each of the following question.

Question 36: You must drive it home to him that spending too much time playing computer gameswill do him no good.

A. make him understand

B. allow him to stay

C. let him drive his car

D. give him a lift home

Question 37: The company paid its workers undeservedly, which made them let down.

A. Emotional

B. optimistic

C. disappointed

D. satisfied

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning tothe underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 38: People sometimes choose partners who compensate for their own shortcomings.

A. benefits

B. strengths

C. flaws

D. disadvantages

Question 39: Mr Lane urged any parents who have concerns about the disease to seek medical help at once.

A. immediately

B. right way

C. forthwith

D. in due course*

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needscorrection in each of the following questions.

Question 40: Endemic diseases are diseases that habitual infect only those persons living within certain geographical limits.

A. Endemic diseases

B. that

C. habitual infect

D. living within

Question 41: There are only ten children in the class at the moment but it could be twice that after Christmas.

A. There are

B. in the class

C. twice

D. after Christmas

Question 42: When I got to the cinema Jack had been waiting for me.

A. to

B. the

C. had been

D. for

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate thecorrect answer to each of the questions from 43 to 50.

In addition to improved physical health, sport plays a primarily positive role in youth development,including improved academic achievement, higher self- esteem, fewer behavioural problems, andbetter psychosocial development. Many studies focus on the effects of sport on the five “C’ s” -competence, confidence, connections, character, and caring The many facets of playing sport - thediscipline of training, learning teamwork, following the leadership of coaches and captains, learning tolose - provide lifelong skills for athletes.

The literature on youth sport stresses the positive effects of participation in learning the important lifeskills of goal setting and time management combined with enjoyment; the development of a strongsense of morality; and the development of an appreciation of diversity. Studies have shown thatchildren and youth participating in sport, when compared to peers who do not play sport, exhibit highergrades, expectations, and attainment; greater personal confidence and self-esteem; greater connectionswith school — that is, greater attachment and support from adults; stronger peer relationships; moreacademically oriented friends; greater family attachment and more frequent interactions with parents;more restraint in avoiding risky behaviour; and greater involvement in volunteer work.

Sport provides opportunities for children and youth to engage in valuable and positive relationshipswith adults. Thus, it is a missed opportunity for children who are “gated” - or not included in sport -during early stages of childhood because they are less well behaved than other children. These childrenare being prevented from participating in the very thing that could help them learn to control andregulate their behaviour. Sport provides an opportunity for children to safely navigate and negotiatebetween right and wrong as they learn to interact with peers and adults. Research by Taliaferro et al.suggests that playing sport can even protect against suicide risk in youth. Compared to nonathletes,male athletes exhibit lower levels of hopelessness and suicidal ideation. Young males involved inmultiple sports seem to gamer even more protection in this regard. Similar results were found for girls.Research on the role of exercise in adults confirms that it improves mood and alleviates many forms ofdepression. Bartko and Eccles found that youth who are highly involved in sport are more“psychologically resilient,” that is, better able to recover from problems. Eccles et al. found that sportparticipation protects young athletes against social isolation.

(Adaptedfrom: Sport is a way of life, Sun Star Baguio, Jan 10, 2017)

Question 43: What is NOT mentioned as a factor contributing to lifelong skills for athletes?

A, Leading other people

B. Learning to obey rules

C. Learning to accept failure

D. Working well together as a team

Question 44: According to the passage what is NOT increased by playing sports?

A. Having success in studying

B. Eating fresh, nutritious food

C. Having good mental states

D. Feeling happy with your own abilities

Question 45: According to the passage, sport players benefit from___________.

A. scoring a lot of goals

B. enjoying success

C. acknowledging differences

D. suffering time pressure

Question 46: Which of the followings is NOT mentioned as a benefit for teenagers playing sport incomparison with those who do not?

A. Having more friends

B. Doing more volunteer work

C. Having more self-control

D. Being more self-confident

Question 47: What does the word “gated” in the third paragraph mean?

A. Staying outside the stadium gate

B. Being kept away from playing sports

C. Being locked inside the house

D. Being excluded from the school’s sport team

Question 48: Which of the followings is NOT prevented as a result of playing sports?

A. Being separate from the society

B. The feeling of being without hope

C. Suffering economic decline

D. Thinking of killing oneself deliberately

Question 49: Whose study suggests that sport players are more able to feel better after unpleasantevents than others?

A. Taliaferro et al.’s

B. Bartko and Eccles’s

C. Taliaferro and Bartko

D. Eccles et al.’s

Question 50: What is the best title for the passage?

A. Tips for youth to play sport in a beneficial way.

B. Advantages and disadvantages of playing sport.

C. Causes and effects of problems in playing sport.

D. Psychological and social benefits of playing sport.

Đáp án

1. C2. B3. C4. A5. A6. D7. A8. C9. A10. B
11. C12. A13. A14. D15. A16. C17. D18. A19. B20. C
21. D22. C23. B24. C25. C26. B27. C28. B29. A30. A
31. A32. A33. B34. D35. A36. A37. C38. B39. D40. C
41. C42. C43. A44. B45. C46. A47. B48. C49. B50. D


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