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101 Can you explain all the I see on my pay statement? (A) deduct (B) deductions (C) deductibles (D) deducting To deduct [often passive] To deduct sth (from sth) to take away money, points, etc from a total amount SYN To subtract: Ex: The cost of your uniform will be deducted from your wages Deductions (n) the process of taking an amount of sth, especially money, away from a total; the amount that is taken away: Ex: Deductions from your pay for tax, etc Tax deductions Deductible (adj.) that can be taken away from an amount of money you earn, from tax, etc.: Ex: These costs are deductible from profits Tax-deductible expenses (= that you not have to pay tax on) 102 I’m sorry, but this area is to bank personnel only (A) restricted (B) restriction (C) restrict (D) restricts To restrict sth (to sb) to control sth with rules or laws: Ex: Access to the club is restricted to members only Restriction (on sth) a rule or law that limits what you can or what can happen: import / speed / travel, etc restrictions 103 The human resources manager hasn’t arrived ., so please have a seat (A) already (B) still (C) soon (D) yet 104 Management has to make a reasonable offer at the next contract bargaining session (A) promises (B) promise (C) promised (D) promising 136 The use of e-mail has caused an … leap in business communications throughout the world (A) unacceptable (B) implacable (C) inadvertent (D) unimaginable Implacable (adj.) (of strong negative opinions or feelings) that cannot be changed: implacable hatred (of a person) unwilling to stop opposing sb/sth: an implacable enemy Inadvertently (adv.) by accident; without intending to SYN unintentionally: We had inadvertently left without paying the bill Inadvertent (adj.) Inadvertence (n) Unimaginable (formal) (adj.) impossible to think of or to believe exists; impossible to imagine: unimaginable wealth This level of success would have been unimaginable just last year OPP imaginable 137 Because of renovations to our offices, future social will be held in the company cafeteria (A) events (B) reunions (C) councils (D) invocations Event (n) a thing that happens, especially sth important: Ex: The election was the main event of 2004 Reunion (with sb) | reunion (between A and B) the act of people coming together after they have been apart for some time: Ex: an emotional reunion between mother and son Christmas is a time of reunion Council (n) [C+sing./pl v.] a group of people who are elected to govern an area such as a city or county: Ex: a city / county / borough / district council She’s on the local council Invocation (n) (formal) the act of asking for help, from a god or from a person in authority; the act of referring to sth or of calling for sth to appear 138 The last company blood drive was a success that we plan on having one every two months (A) such (B) so (C) too (D) much 139 The staff breathed a sigh of relief when it was announced that there would be no layoffs (A) collected (B) collective (C) collecting (D) collectible Collective [usually before noun] (adj.) done or shared by all members of a group of people; involving a whole group or society: collective leadership / decisionmaking / responsibility Collective memory (= things that a group of people or a community know or remember, that are often passed from parents to children) Collectable (also collectible) (adj.) worth collecting because it is beautiful or may become valuable collectable (also collectible) noun [usually pl.] 140 Consumers are spending less these days reports that the economy is steadily improving (A) in spite (B) because of (C) although (D) despite THANK YOU ... the part of all employees that a company will prosper (A) collaboration (B) collaborative (C) collaborator (D) collaboratively Collaborative (adj.) [only before noun] (formal) involving, or done... defective product with a valid receipt (A) reimbursement (B) premium (C) duplication (D) refund Defective (adj.) having a fault or faults; not perfect or complete SYN faulty: defective goods... (formal) involving, or done by, several people or groups of people working together: Ex1: collaborative projects / studies / research Ex2: a collaborative effort / venture
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Xem thêm: PRACTICE TEST ONE PART v , PRACTICE TEST ONE PART v , Deductions (n) the process of taking an amount of sth, especially money, away from a total; the amount that is taken away: Ex: Deductions from your pay for tax, etc. Tax deductions, Restriction (on sth) a rule or law that limits what you can do or what can happen: import / speed / travel, etc. restrictions, Remarkable (for sth) | remarkable (that … ) (adj.) unusual or surprising in a way that causes people to take notice SYN astonishing, Defective (adj.) having a fault or faults; not perfect or complete SYN faulty: defective goods, Collaborative (adj.) [only before noun] (formal) involving, or done by, several people or groups of people working together: Ex1: collaborative projects / studies / research Ex2: a collaborative effort / venture, (A) The comparative adjective different is always followed by the preposition from. Choices (B), (C), and (D) are therefore incorrect., Periodical (n) a magazine that is published every week, month, etc., especially one that is concerned with an academic subject, Anxious (about sth) | Anxious (for sb) feeling worried or nervous: Ex: He seemed anxious about the meeting. Parents are naturally anxious for their children., Could you please elaborate …… your claim that housekeeping didn’t keep your room clean? (A) on (B) over (C) for (D) into, With globalization now a part of our lives, it is impossible for a country to do business by ….. . (A) itself (B) it (C) its own (D) it’s self, Bold (adj.) brave and confident; not afraid to say what you feel or to take risks:, Mall (n) = shopping mall Let’s go to the mall. Some teenagers were hanging out at the mall., To scrawl (sth) (across / in / on sth) to write sth in a careless untidy way, making it difficult to read SYN To scribble Ex: I tried to read his directions, scrawled on a piece of paper. [v] Someone had scrawled all over my notes., Predilection (n) [usually sing.] predilection (for sth) (formal) if you have a predilection for sth, you like it very much SYN liking, preference, Excitable (adj.) (of people or animals) likely to become easily excited: a class of excitable ten-year-olds Excitability (n), Reunion (with sb) | reunion (between A and B) the act of people coming together after they have been apart for some time: Ex: an emotional reunion between mother and son. Christmas is a time of reunion.