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A with B against C about (angry with someone) D because You are under no obligation to help as assistance is purely A free B.donated C.voluntary (tình nguyện) D.charitable I’m afraid you may the truth somewhat unacceptable A find (tìm thấy) B understand C realize D request Can you help me the window? A open (mở) - (help + Object+ Vo) B opened C opening D being opened How many cakes does she ? A have (does+she/he/it +V-bare?) B had C has D.having She’s very She can be relied on to her job properly A efficient (năng suất cao) B cautious C serious D conservative You whisper Nobody can hear us A needn’t to B mustn’t C don’t have to ( have to + Vo) D need to 10 You shouldn’t touch the in an art gallery A envelope B.collection C.camera D object (mẫu vật) 11 You don’t have to come me if you don’t want to A by B about C.among D with (come with: với) 12 In my opinion, it’s only common to wear a seat belt in a car A with B sense (lẽ thường tình) C intelligent D judgement 13 How you about the pollution problem in this country? A view B believe C think D feel (How với feel, what với think) 14 Mary and Jack at the desk A work (N (nhiều) + Vo) B.works C.worked D.working 15 I’m sorry that I screamed Something me A afraid B scared (làm sợ) C depressed D terrifying 16 Your dinner is at 7pm so you shouldn’t late A eat (ăn) B come C drink D go 17 His building is to my house A next (next to: kế bên) B on C behind D near 18 My family’s picture is hanging A in the wall C on (wall với on) B at D out 19 Our boss is speaking We must to him A said B work C listen (lắng nghe) D meet 20 Nobody died in the accident last week, but 20 people were A broken B injured (bị thương) C damaged D spoiled 21 My mother is a nurse Jane’s father is a nurse, too They are A both (cả hai) B all C two D too nurses 22 “Diana, what is the weather like today?” Jane asked Diana replied “It’s today” A cool (mát mẻ) 23 Let’s B handsome C intelligent D passive to school A go (đi) 24 Scientists B walk C come D went a carefully controlled experiment on the mystery virus A carried over B carried out.(thực hiện) C measured out D put up 25 Tomorrow is my boss’ birthday I him a gift A will take B will put C will give (sẽ tặng) D will send 26 People are road in the dark to wear reflectors on their clothing when walking along a A told B warned C informed D advised (be advised to: khuyên) 27 You’ve been talking about asking her out for weeks, what are you waiting ? A in B.for (wait với for) 28 A lot of passengers who shock A is C was C at in the car accident are still suffering from B were (N số nhiều + were , chuyện việc xảy rồi, nên dùng khứ) D are 29 The doctor showed the patient D with to some exercises A when B what C where D how (how to + Vo: cách làm đó) 30 Where have you been yesterday? I couldn't you A find (tìm thấy) B agree C listen D.understand.(hiểu) 31 Jack and Jean it by herself to know why they should it for her while she could A needed B.wanted (wanted to know: muốn biết) C decided D expected 32 Soldiers have been sent in to try to restore in the area A regulation B harmony C organisation D order.(lệnh, trật tự) 33 Because I am very busy at the moment, I can only arrange a answer your letters time to A few B.lot C.little + danh từ ko đếm D.some 34 They were wearing heavy overcoats to themselves against the cold A conceal (vạch ra) B cover C protect (bảo vệ) + against D wrap 35 I’m not surprised he became an author Even as a child he had a A large B vivid (sáng ngời) C great D bright 36 the traffic was bad, I arrived on time A Although (mặc dù) + mệnh đề B.because C.in spite of D.if 37 His employee doesn’t want to explain the reason A with B.by C.about his decision D.for (reason for: lí ) 38 The tabloid newspapers, which are engaged in a print the most sensational stories to improve sales A press C.paper war, are all trying to B.trading D.circulation.(circulation war: chiến giao lưu hàng hóa) 39 Why you are always jealous other friends? A with B of (jealous of: ghen tị) C for D by 40 Scientists have invented a new method of industrial wastes A removing (loại bỏ) B conserving C saving D reserving pollutants from 41 We lack staff in our office at the moment There are not enough people to the work that has to be done A for B of (lack of: thiếu) C with D about 42 Nowadays, it cost a fortune to own a powerful computer A needn’t (needn’t + Vo) B.shouldn’t C.have to D would 43 A Like a doctor, I must advise you to give up drinking too much wine everyday B.With C.as (as + nghề nghiệp) D By 44 I’m becoming increasingly house twice Last week I locked myself out of the A absent B mindless C oblivious D forgetful (hay quên) 45 She’s not very_ She’s never quite sure what she wants to A active (năng động) B energetic (tăng động) C decisive (quyết đoán) D.lively.(sống động) 46 My car is very ; it’s never broken down A edible B reliable (đáng tin tưởng) C inedible D unreliable 47 Helen’s parents were very pleased when they read her school A report B account (tài khoản) C paper D diploma (bằng cấp) 48 Who was coming to see me this morning? A you said B did you say that C did you say (Did + S + Vo/ Vbare) D you did say 49 The castles are to be over a thousand years old A say B.saying C.said (be + said to….) 50 Do you believe D.says ghosts? A of B.at C of D.in (believe in: tin vào….) 51 the food so that it won’t be over-cooked 52 The only means of to the station is through a dark subway A arrival (sự đến) B approaching (tiếp cận) C access (access + to: truy cập) D admission.(sự cho phép) 53 May I borrow your pen, Jane? I seem to have mine at home A left (bỏ quên) B missed C lost D forgotten 54 It is up to the police to these robberies A catch B put an end to (chấm dứt) C put an end D end 55 Some people like to have the windows open all the time; A another B.either C other 56 The roots of the old tree spread out damaged nearby buildings D others (some….others) thirty meters in all directions and A too much B so much C as much as (cũng nhiều như) D so many as 57 Last year, the music bad FTPG made a A profit (lợi nhuận) don’t B.salary 58 If you like skiing, there’s a ski of several million crowns C gain D win under an hour’s driving from Madrid A place B resort (khu nghỉ dưỡng) C station D port.(cảng) 59 If you are “over the moon” about something, how you feel? A stressed B very happy (rất vui) C very sad D bored 60 The content of the book was it was completely incomprehensible A what B how C that (be that + mệnh đề) D when 61 of what he said was very sensible A Many B A few C Every D much (much of + N ko đếm được) 62 Everyone is hoping and praying that area peace will eventually come to the A Durable (dai dẳng, bền bỉ) B Lasting C Ongoing D Irrevocable 63 Does this jacket A go off my trousers? B go with (đi kèm) C go by 64 Continued high-blood pressure is dangerous heart disease and stroke D go ahead it can increase the risk of A Although B because ( vì) + mệnh đề C When D if 65 They like to keep their old houses rather than building the new ones is very hard and expensive to maintain them A if B because C although 66 Before you begin the exam paper, always read the D so carefully A rules B answers C orders D instructions (sự hướng dẫn) it yourself, you will have to make dough using flour, water, and yeast You will have to knead the dough with your hands If you not have enough time to this, you can use a prepared crust that you buy from the store After you have chosen your crust, you must then add the sauce Making your own sauce from scratch can take a long time You have to buy tomatoes, peel them, and then cook them with spices If this sounds like too much work, you can also purchase jarred sauce from the store Many jarred sauces taste almost as good as the kind you make at home Now that you have your crust and your sauce, you need to add the cheese Cheese comes from milk, which comes from cows Do you have a cow in your backyard? Do you know how to milk the cow? Do you know how to turn that milk into cheese? If not, you might want to buy cheese from the grocery store instead of making it yourself When you have the crust, sauce, and cheese ready, you can add other toppings Some people like to put meat on their pizza, while other people like to add vegetables Some people even like to add pineapple! The best part of making a pizza at home is that you can customize it by adding your own favorite ingredients 1/ The author's main purpose in writing this passage is to A describe the history of pizza B teach a healthier way to make pizza C outline steps to make a basic pizza at home D provide tips about how to make your pizza especially delicious 2/ As used in paragraph 1, which word means the opposite of complicated? A difficult C easy B simple D manageable 3/ As used in paragraph 3, which is the best synonym for purchase? A forget C ask B buy D cook 4/ In paragraph 3, the author writes, "Many jarred sauces taste almost as good as the kind you make at home." The purpose of this statement is to A clarify a later statement B provide an example C clarify an earlier statement D support the previous paragraph 5/ Which of the following words best describes how the author feels about making a pizza from scratch? A helpful C enthusiastic B understanding D negative C16 When you imagine the desert, you probably think of a very hot place covered with sand Although this is a good description for many deserts, Earth’s largest desert is actually a very cold place covered with ice: Antarctica In order for an area to be considered a desert, it must receive very little rainfall More specifically, it must receive an average of less than ten inches of precipitation—which can be rain, sleet, hail, or snow—on the ground every year Antarctica, the coldest place on earth, has an average temperature that usually falls below the freezing point And because cold air holds less moisture than warm air, the air in Antarctica does not hold much moisture at all This is evident in the low precipitation statistics recorded for Antarctica For example, the central part of Antarctica receives an average of less than inches of snow every year The coastline of Antarctica receives a little bit more —between seven and eight inches a year Because Antarctica gets so little precipitation every year, it is considered a desert When precipitation falls in hot deserts, it quickly evaporates back into the atmosphere The air over Antarctica is too cold to hold water vapor, so there is very little evaporation Due to this low rate of evaporation, most of the snow that falls to the ground remains there permanently, eventually building up into thick ice sheets Any snow that does not freeze into ice sheets becomes caught up in the strong winds that constantly blow over Antarctica These snow-filled winds can make it look as if it is snowing Even though snowfall is very rare there, blizzards are actually very common on Antarctica 1/ The main purpose of paragraph is to A accept a conclusion C provide a brief history B introduce an argument D deny a common belief 2/ The best title for this passage would be A Earth’s Many Deserts B Antarctica: The Coldest Place on Earth C A Desert of Ice D Unusual Blizzards 3/ Africa’s Sahara Desert is the second-largest desert on earth Based on the information in the passage, what characteristic must the Sahara share with Antarctica? A low temperatures B high temperatures C frequent blizzards D low precipitation 4/ As used in paragraph 2, which is the best definition for precipitation? A moisture in the air that falls to the ground B any type of weather event C weather events that only happen in very cold areas D a blizzard that occurs in areas with limited snowfall 5/ In paragraph the author writes, "And because cold air holds less moisture than warm air, the air in Antarctica does not hold much moisture at all." Using this information, it can be understood that A air in Africa holds more moisture than the air in Antarctica B air surrounding a tropical island holds less moisture than the air in Antarctica C air in the second floor of a house is typically warmer than air on the first floor D air at the mountains is typically colder than the air at the beach C17 A recent survey of crime statistics shows that we are all more likely to be burgled now than 20 years ago and the police advise everyone to take a few simple precautions to protect their homes The first fact is that burglars and other intruders prefer easy opportunities, like a house which is very obviously empty This is much less of a challenge than an occupied house, and one which is well-protected A burglar will wonder if it is worth the bother There are some general tips on how to avoid your home becoming another crime statistic Avoid leaving signs that your house is empty When you have to go out, leave at least one light on as well as a radio or television, and not leave any curtains wide open The sight of your latest music centre or computer is enough to tempt any burglar Never leave a spare key in a convenient hiding place The first place a burglar will look is under the doormat or in a flower pot and even somewhere more ‘imaginative’ could soon be uncovered by the intruder But if your house is in a quiet, desolate area be aware that this will be a burglar’s dream, so deter any potential criminal from approaching your house by fitting security lights to the outside of your house But what could happen if, in spite of the aforementioned precautions, a burglar or intruder has decided to target your home Windows, no matter how small, are usually the first point of entry for many intruders For extra security, fit window locks to the inside of the window 1/ A well-protected house……………… A is less likely to be burgled B is regarded as a challenge by most criminals C is a lot of bother to maintain D is very unlikely to be burgled 2/ According to the writer, we should A avoid leaving our house empty B only go out when we have to C always keep the curtains closed D give the impression that our house is occupied when we go out 3/ The writer thinks that hiding a key under a doormat or flower pot A is predictable B is useful C is imaginative D is where you always find a spare key 4/ According to the writer, window locks, security locks and burglar alarms A cost a lot of money but are worth it B are good value for money C are luxury items D are absolutely essential items 5/ The best title for the text is A Increasing household crime B Protecting your home from intruders C What to if a burglar breaks into your home D Burglary statistics C18 Today, Mike and his mom are going to the library Mike wants to find a book to read His mom wants to use a computer there When they get to the library, Mike finds a book about detectives He also finds a book with chapters about a friendly ghost Finally, he finds a book about a man who lives in the woods without food or water He puts the books on the front desk and waits for his mom Mike's mom sits at one of the computers in the library She checks her email and looks at pictures of flowers on the internet Then she reads a news article on a website Mike's mom leaves the computer and walks over to Mike, holding up something out for him Mike looks at her quizzically It takes him a moment to recognize what she is holding “I got that movie for us to watch tonight," says Mike's mom “Are you ready to leave?” "Sure," Mike says, now holding the movie out in front of him He reads the cover while walking back to the library entrance He puts his books and the movie on the front desk to check out A librarian stands behind the counter holding an electronic scanner "How long can we keep them?" Mike asks her "Three weeks," says the librarian "Cool," says Mike Suddenly, Mike is surprised His mother is checking out something else that is too big to put on the desk It’s a picture of the ocean "What is that for?" Mike asks "To put on our wall at home," says Mike's mom "You can that?" Mike asks Mike's mom smiles at the librarian "Yes," she says, "but we have to return it in three months" 1/ Based on the books Mike finds to check out, we can tell that he is interested in A science B nature C mystery D adventure 2/ While at the computer, Mike's mom I checks her mail II looks at pictures III reads an article A I only B I and II only C II and III only D I, II, and III 3/ According to the passage, how long can Mike and his mother use the books and the movie before they must return them to the library? A one week C three weeks B two weeks D four weeks 4/ Based on its use in paragraph 4, it can understood that quizzically belongs to which of the following word groups? A abnormally, strangely, weirdly B casually, carelessly, indifferently C passionately, keenly, intensely D inquisitively, questioningly, curiously 5/ What does Mike's mom want to with the picture of the ocean? A She wants to buy it B She wants to hang it on her wall C She wants to give it to her friend as a gift D She wants to donate it to the library C19 Although Edgar Allan Poe is recognized as the originator of the mystery story genre and as a master of the short story, literary critics and the general public have debated the extent of both his genius and his madness since his death in 1849 Poe rose from destitute beginnings as an orphan to a childhood of relative comfort when a wealthy businessman took him in As a young man, however, he descended through poverty and mental illness to an early death at the age of forty In his short career, he produced dozens of poems, stories, and critical essays that reflect his brilliant creative intellect At twenty, Poe moved to Baltimore to live with his impoverished aunt and her daughter, where he eventually married his fourteen-year-old cousin, Virginia Poe was obviously devoted to his young wife, and idealized images of her appear in many of his female characters It is difficult to suppose, however, that they had a close relationship, since she was many years younger than he was and chronically ill with tuberculosis Although Poe wrote for various newspapers and magazines during this time, making great strides in literary criticism and developing his short-story style, he achieved no monetary success His sensitive personality and a hereditary tendency to neurosis contributed to a tragic mental decline; however, this only seems to have reinforced the brilliant imagery and fascinating morbidity that he achieved in his tales Many critics speculate that Poe also suffered from alcoholism and opium addiction The fantastical quality of his work earned him a devoted posthumous following in France, but he was generally disparaged by his American contemporaries 1/ According to a passage, some of the women in Poe’s works were inspired by his A daughter B mother C cousin D aunt 2/ What does the author claim strengthened the imagery of Poe’s tale? A his mental deterioration B his interest in literacy criticism C his alcoholism and opium addiction D his posthumous following in France 3/ According to the author, critics disagree about A Poe’s relationship with his wife B the degree of Poe’s talent C whether Poe was a better as a critic than as a poet D the meaning of the fantastic images in Poe’s work 4/ When Poe wrote for magazine, he A became ill with with tuberculosis B became popular in France C was finanically successful D improved his writing techniques 5/ Just after Joe’s death, his reputation as a writer was better…… A B C D In France than in the US In the US than in France than it is now amongst critics than the general public C20 I’ve always been a bit of an entertainer and played the funny man I was a part-time comedian for years, so I learned how to stand in front of audiences It made me sure of myself I like being liked and I love making everyone smile I’ve lived in London all my life and have just moved to a larger house with my wife Clare and our two children, Jimmy and Madeleine We spend a lot of time just singing and dancing around the house I grew up with music because my dad is the pianist, Chester Harriott - who’s still playing, by the way My working day is divided between television and writing cook books, though TV takes most of my time I spend about five days a fortnight working on the cooking programmes I appear in I eat all sorts of things at home but I only buy quality food When I’m cooking, I experiment with whatever is in the fridge - it’s good practice for my TV series I’m a football fan and enjoy going to matches, but I’m a home-loving person really I don’t like going to the pub but we go out to eat about twice a month There’s nothing better than a night at home playing with the children I rarely go to bed before midnight Late evening is when fresh thoughts on cooking usually come to me, so I often write or plan my programmes then When I eventually get to bed, I have no trouble sleeping! 1/ What is the writer’s main purpose in writing the text? A) to describe how he lives B) to say what makes him laugh C) to talk about his cooking ideas D) to explain how he started in TV 2/ What would a reader learn about Ainsley from the text? A) He is a very good musician B) He likes to plan the family meals C) He is nervous about performing on stage D) He enjoys spending time with his family 3/ What does the writer say about himself? A) He loves going out and meeting people B) He is very similar to his father C) He enjoys being popular D) He should go to bed earlier 4/ What does he say about his working life? A) He would like to appear less on TV B) He gets his best ideas at certain times C) He prefers being a comedian D) He should practice cooking more 5/ Who, in the writer’s family, plays the piano? A) Clare B) Jimmy C) Madeleine D) Chester -The end Chúc bạn thi tốt [...]... my point of view, in this situation, you ‘d better say less and do A anything B something C nothing (do nothing: ko làm gì hết) D anyone 96 He just turned away when I asked him A what (what S + V) he meant B how C that D when 97 He is a man of words A few (ít) + Danh từ đếm được B less C fewer D many 98 We have imported computers this year than last year A few B less C fewer (ít hơn) D many 99 You should... leave home, since he was twenty-one there was nothing I could do to it A resist B hinder C prevent (ngăn cản) D cease 69 Which of the following describes a country’s armed force that operates at sea A navy (màu xanh hải quân) B air force C army D civilians 70 Mary lost one running shoe, but won the race despite this A feat B handicap (tàn tật) C disaster (thi n tai) D awkwardness (sự bất tiện) 71 She... tự ái) D arritated 146 Before going to Madrid for your holidays, you should try and something of the language You will enjoy things a lot more A learn (học) C prepare B start D cut 147 Listen to that music! Our neighbors play music that loud at this hour A should B need to C shouldn’t (ko nên) D can not 148 After thirty-five years in the French department, Professor Lane finally last month A withrew... united, and so we must support them the moment they on strike A are (they + are) B.is C were D was 106 We at about seven o’clock this morning and we eventually arrived at half past four A set to B set up (thi t lập, cài đặt) C set in D set out 107 We have to complete the film this month No matter how cold it the summer scences will have to be shot tomorrow A are B would be C will be D is ( How + adj +... you should face no always knock on the door before entering This is a private A often B need 120 Is there anything C should (nên) you’d like me to do? A right B here C more D else(nữa) 121 Elenar usually D would clothes that don’t appeal to my taste A drinks B brings C takes D wears (mặc, đeo ) 122 When we saw the professor off at the station this afternoon, he forward to coming back on the first occasion... you are B are you who C who are you D Are you who 143 Can you read this letter in English? A writer B writing C written (rút gọn mệnh đề quan hệ) D wrote 144 Which of the following is used to start a very formal letter? A God C Dear (thân mến) B Thank you D Sincerely 145 He’s very take as a criticism about his work, so try not to say anything that he might A annoyed C annoying B touchy (dễ tự ái) D arritated... always make sure your luggage has on it when you travel A a travelling bag B a card C a carted D a label (nhãn dán) 100 Last Christmas, the boss gave all his a bonus A employ B employees (công nhân) C employer (chủ nhân) D employable 101 Are you sure we are going in the right ? A direction - danh từ (sự hướng dẫn) B directly C direct D directed 102 My new car is more A economy 103 I than the one I had... owes B earns C deserves (xứng đáng) D justifies 156 I am taking out a bank loan this month I together A have to (phải) B should C need to D will 157 It's time for lunch You pay a lot of taxes all not go outside and play now A need B will C should D must (phải) 158 What shape is a football? A Elip B spheroid (hinh phỏng cầu) C round D square 159 Jane, thanks for everything It was a great party I really... were they 196 Has anybody ever accused you A for B with 197 Have you ever argued A of B about something you didn't do? C of (accuse of: buộc tội) D by your best friend about anything? C for D with 198 After hours of wandering around in the desert they thought they saw an oasis, but they were wrong There was nothing there; it was only a A mirror B spot C mirage (ảo ảnh) D miracle 199 I heard that the biggest... 91 I can’t eat this piece of meat; it’s too A soft D good B rough (cứng) C.small D delicious 92 I am looking for a job A new (mới) C rich B old D poor 93 It all happened so quickly, one minute I was making chips and the next the whole kitchen was fire A in B at C on (on fire: bốc cháy) D by 94 I'm busy Please visit me time A next (next + N) B near C in D at 95 From my point of view, in this situation,
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