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ĐỀ THI VÀ ĐÁP ÁNA.MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST I. PHONOLOGY: Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced different from that of the others.1. A. deservedlyB. supposedlyC. markedlyD. determinedly 2. A. merchantB. commercialC. sergeantD. term3. A. lemonadeB. facadeC. brigadeD. parade 4. A. hallelujahB. jabberwockyC. majestic D. conjunctive5. A. choreographB. archaicC. christianityD. chivalryAnswer : 1. D2. C3. B 4. A5. DPick out the word that has the stress syllable differently from that of the other words.6. A. unaffectedB. unanimousC. unaccountableD. unambiguous 7. A. availableB. environmentC. alternativeD. entertainment 8. A. accompanyB. comfortableC. interviewD. dynamism 9. A. arithmeticB. lunaticC. allergicD. magnetic 10. A. proficiencyB. ceremonyC. mortalityD. expectancy Answer : 6. B7. D8. A9. B10. BII. VOCABULARY: (5pts)Circle the best answer (A, B, C, or D) to complete each unfinished sentence. 11. Don’t make a(n) ……………. decision. Think about it first.A. snapB. abruptC. spontaneousD. careless12. People become less ……………. to new ideas as they grow older.A. receptiveB. availableC. hospitableD. attractive13. The children’s bad behavior in class ……………. their teacher beyond endurance.A. disturbedB. exasperatedC. distractedD. aroused14. If she wins the prize again this year, it’ll be a real ……………. in her cap.A. nutshellB. gemstoneC. featherD. landmark15. Turning on his ……………. lights would have altered other drivers to his presence.A. dangerB. riskC. hazardD. peril16. Journalists were ……………. around the hotel, waiting to interview the star.A. millingB. trudgingC. staggeringD. sauntering17. My father hates television and is always ……………. the disappearance of the art of conversation.A. grieving B. moaningC. complainingD. lamenting18. Because so much wheat has been sold to other countries, local supplies are ……………. .A. expandedB. depletedC. apprehendedD. preoccupied19. Would you like to try out this ……………. shaver?A. electricB. electricalC. electronicD. electrified20. The papers were easy to find because the files were ……………. organized.A. progressivelyB. intimatelyC. ironicallyD. meticulouslyAnswer : 11. A12.A13.B14.C15. C16.D17.D18.B19.A20. D SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO TỈNH ĐĂKLĂK TRƯỜNG THPT : NGÔ GIA TỰ KỲ THI OLYMPIC 10-3 LẦN THỨ I ĐỀ THI ĐỀ NGHỊ MÔN : TIẾNG ANH ; LỚP : 11 ĐỀ THI VÀ ĐÁP ÁN A.MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST I PHONOLOGY: Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced different from that of the others A deservedly B supposedly C markedly D determinedly A merchant B commercial C sergeant D term A lemonade B facade C brigade D parade A hallelujah B jabberwocky C majestic D conjunctive A choreograph B archaic C christianity D chivalry Answer : D C B A D Pick out the word that has the stress syllable differently from that of the other words A unaffected B unanimous C unaccountable D unambiguous A available B environment C alternative D entertainment A accompany B comfortable C interview D dynamism A arithmetic B lunatic C allergic D magnetic 10 A proficiency B ceremony C mortality D expectancy Answer : B D A B 10 B II VOCABULARY: (5pts) Circle the best answer (A, B, C, or D) to complete each unfinished sentence 11 Don’t make a(n) …………… decision Think about it first A snap B abrupt C spontaneous D careless 12 People become less …………… to new ideas as they grow older A receptive B available C hospitable D attractive 13 The children’s bad behavior in class …………… their teacher beyond endurance A disturbed B exasperated C distracted D aroused 14 If she wins the prize again this year, it’ll be a real …………… in her cap A nutshell B gemstone C feather D landmark 15 Turning on his …………… lights would have altered other drivers to his presence A danger B risk C hazard D peril 16 Journalists were …………… around the hotel, waiting to interview the star A milling B trudging C staggering D sauntering 17 My father hates television and is always …………… the disappearance of the art of conversation A grieving B moaning C complaining D lamenting 18 Because so much wheat has been sold to other countries, local supplies are …………… A expanded B depleted C apprehended D preoccupied 19 Would you like to try out this …………… shaver? A electric B electrical C electronic D electrified 20 The papers were easy to find because the files were …………… organized A progressively B intimately C ironically D meticulously Answer : 11 A 16.D 12.A 17.D 13.B 18.B 14.C 19.A 15 C 20 D III- GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURES: (5 pts) Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences: 21 The principal will declare the ceremony open as soon as all the graduates and guests ……… A will have sat B have been seated C will be sitting D have seated 22 ……… have made communication faster and easier through the use of email and the Internet is widely recognized A It is that computers B That computers C Computers that D That it’s computers 23 She ……… the flowers If she had, they wouldn’t have died A may not have watered B shouldn’t have watered C can’t have watered D might not have watered 24 The curriculum at a public school is as good ……… of any private school A or better than B as that or better than C as or better than that D as or that better than 25 This was when he evolved the working method ……… A which he has never departed B from which he has never departed C for which he has never departed D in which he has never departed 26 Your request that the test ……… has been denied A delayed B delaying C be delayed D being delayed 27 Of the two drivers, Mr Blake is very experienced and ……… A the others are not B the other is not C another is not D other is not 28 Thank you, but I ……… now A not like any coffee B would not rather have any coffee C not care for any coffee D would not like no coffee 29 According to the World Health Organization, ………… there to be an outbreak of any of the six most dangerous disease, this could be cause for quarantine A were B they were C there were D were they 30 She’s objecting to ……… my money on the project A me invest B my investing C I invest D me invested Answer : 21 B 26 C 22.B 27.B 23.C 28.C 24.C 29.A 25 B 30 B IV PREPOSITIONS AND PHRASAL VERBS: (5 pts) 31 The government stopped the local companies from importing fake milk powder ……… of public health A in the interest B to the best C for the attention D on the safe side 32 It was very difficult to ……… what he was saying above the noise of the traffic A make out B make off C make of D make up 33 You cannot take a day off now because there’s no one to ……… you A make up B go in for C take D stand in for 34 It took the parents a long time to ……… their children’s games A catch up with B catch up C catch on to D catch out 35 When Mrs John was leaving the building, she …… sight of two suspicious looking men quarrelling at the car park A got B caught C lost D took 36 There are still some occurrences of strange behavior among monkeys that biologists find difficult to …… for A run B account C stand D reason 37 Dick loves making plans, but unfortunately they never seem to ……… A cut off B go off C make off D come off 38 Half of Martha’s class has ……… flu A got down to B come up with C gone down with D taken up with 39 John ……… from social activity because he felt embarrassed with people A held back B held on C held off D held out 40 If you want to arrive before it is dark, you must ……… A go ahead B go on C press ahead D press on Answer : 31.A 36.B 32.A 37.D 33.D 38.C 44.C 39.A 35.B 40.D V READING COMPREHENSION (10pts) Read the following passages and choose the correct answer to each question Passage Although oil and gasoline remain important energy sources, it is natural gas that currently supplies around 25 percent of America’s energy needs A recent study shows that natural gas use was roughly 22 trillion cubic feet (TCF) annually Natural gas demand is increasing at phenomenal rates because of its ability to create cleaner fuel for electrical power Experts predict that annual demand is likely to increase to almost 32 TCF in less than a decade At a consumption rate of 32 TCF per year, the United States would only have about a five-year supply of natural gas Known natural gas reserves in North America are quickly becoming exhausted In fact, in the past thirty years, known supplies have dwindled from almost 300 TCF to around 150 TCF It is no wonder that natural gas has become a controversial and critical topic of discussion among politicians, business leaders, and consumers It is apparent that the United States will need to drastically increase imports of natural gas to relieve shortages One way that economists believe this can be done is by importing liquid natural gas Experts predict that liquid natural gas imports will increase by almost 500 percent in a few short years Currently, the country imports very little liquid natural gas The process of transporting liquid natural gas is complicated and expensive This is the most obvious reason why America has been reluctant to choose liquid natural gas over other energy sources Converting natural gas into liquid natural gas involves cooling natural gas as it is collected to -260°F this transforms the gas into a liquid, which is then injected into a specially designed vessel for transport When the liquid natural gas reaches its destination, the liquid is reheated into its original gaseous state and allowed to flow into a pipeline Even though new technology has considerably decreased transportation costs for liquid natural gas, it is still often uneconomical This is especially true for nations with other energy sources One of the largest misconceptions about liquid natural gas is that it is an abundant source of natural gas While liquid natural gas imports continue to increase, the public demand for natural gas increases at an even higher rate Even though the United States has several facilities that can process liquid natural gas, these facilities are consistently unable to obtain enough liquid natural gas to operate at their fullest capacity Even when liquid natural gas is obtainable, there is a fear that low natural gas prices in the United States will make liquid natural gas uneconomical Most business leaders and politicians are reluctant to create new facilities to process liquid natural gas because these facilities are expensive and risky This limits the capacity to process liquid natural gas even if it becomes more readily available The United States also faces competition from Asia in securing liquid natural gas Competition for liquid natural gas will most likely become even more ferocious as other populous countries like Japan and China become more desperate for fuel sources Some of the more daring politicians and business leader believe that building new liquid natural gas facilities will help companies and consumers take advantage of future increased liquid natural gas imports Currently, Canada is the largest liquid natural gas supplier for the United States However, liquid natural gas imports from Canada will decrease considerably in the next decade as Canadian consumption increases and supplies of natural gas dwindle Therefore, consumers and business leaders should not rely on liquid natural gas to solve America’s energy needs and consumers should continue to expect high prices as demand grows and supplies decline 41 According to the passage, current known North American supplies of natural gas are ……… A sufficient to provide the United States wit natural gas for the next thirty years B down approximately 50 percent rom thirty years ago C decreasing at a rate of 25 percent per year D extremely difficult to access 42 The author of the passage would most likely agree with which of the following statements? A Liquid natural gas will never be a viable source of energy in the United States B America’s energy needs will not be met by the use of liquid natural gas alone C The populations of Japan and China are growing too quickly to be served by the liquid natural gas D Until another reliable energy source is discovered, liquid natural gas is the best solution to the world’s energy problems 43 One of the main ideas of the passage is that …………… A energy sources are dwindling around the world B natural gas supplies one-quarter of America’s energy needs C liquid natural gas takes millions of years to form D the known supply of liquid natural gas is limited 44 It can be inferred from the second paragraph that America’s reluctant to choose liquid natural gas over other energy sources will ……………… A not prevent America from importing more liquid natural gas from other countries B induce Japan and China to build new liquid natural gas processing facilities C most likely continue until the cost and problems associated with liquid natural gas can be reduced D lead to a decrease in the current demand for liquid natural gas in other countries, such as Canada 45 According to the passage, which of the following countries supplies the most liquid natural gas to The United States? A Japan B China C Canada D Asia 46 According to the third passage, misconceptions exist about liquid natural gas regarding …… I its abundance II the expense of converting it III public demand for it A I only B II only C II and III only D I,II, and III 47 As it is used paragraph1, the word phenomenal most nearly means ……………… A annual B efficient C extraordinary D inconsequential 48 The passage states that all of the following are reasons for America’s reluctance to choose liquid natural gas EXCEPT A the expense of transporting liquid natural gas B the increasing demand for liquid natural gas C the difficulty in processing liquid natural gas D the possibility of low natural gas prices 49 Which of the following is true about natural gas? A It currently supplies more than half of America’s energy needs B The United States has an unlimited supply of natural gas C Canada is the world’s largest exporter of natural gas D Annual demand for natural gas is increasing at a rapid rate 50 As it is used in paragraph 2, the word vessel most nearly means …………… A process B source C facility D container Answer : 41.B 46.A 42.B 47.C 43.D 48.B 44.C 49.D 45.C 50.D Passage Television, like language, can be a cultural challenge for better or worse, and this is what it is in many of its activities, whether voluntarily or, on occasion, involuntarily Although it may sometimes be soothing, television is often provocative in the sense that it gives information and arouses interest That being said, the new means of broadcasting and communicating throughout the world increases the complexity of television even further An important question is what television is there to and to say In actual fact, however, the issue does not seem to have been put in this way by all governments and their officials, nor by private television companies Since the primary aim is to get an audience (and who would want to make television programs nobody looked at?), programs are becoming more and more standardized The cultural challenge represented by television must not turn into a challenge to culture At all events, television carries messages which influence, and will increasingly influence, trends in societies one way or another Either television will contribute to enriching our culture or to enabling some of these cultures to dominate others Undoubtedly there are outstanding events, such as broadcasts of major occasions, but the outof-the-ordinary nature of a cultural message soon becomes part of lie, part of the every air breathed by those to whom the messages are sent Living in a world of painting, literature and music is a very different thing from the stardom of a composer, writer or performer While the heads of television channels sometimes display boldness, they not seem to find it necessary to so when it comes to music (with the occasional exception), because they themselves are not convinced of the emotional impact of music on television And yet, in spite of all obstacles, music is a challenge through its daily presence This represents a victory for whom? Pure music – that is to say, music soberly presented through the playing of the performers – goes down very well on the small screen Its presence on television makes it part of everyday life Let us be optimistic and hope that those in charge of television of whatever kind are aware of the importance of their function over and above audience surveys and ratings and that they will call primarily on the talents of cultural people and give them priority over the salesman 51 What is the effect of television according to the author? A it causes intellectual laziness B it makes the viewers think C it is harmful to society D it confuses the viewers 52 Television’s function is to make people ……………… A confused of what is happening B more interested in what is happening C more culturally oriented D more educated in society 53 In the author’s opinion, what is wrong with the attitude of some governments to television? A they not think it is important B they not pay enough attention to its function C they not use it effectively D they have too much control over it 54 The influence that television may have it possibly ………………… A ignored by almost everybody B greatly considered by governments C a substantial benefit for private companies D an enrichment and also a challenge to cultures 55 The author thinks that television programs are in danger of …………… A trying to please too many people B preventing the development of society C losing their effect on our culture D declining in popularity 56 What are the heads of television not convinced of its impact? A music B literature C fine arts D painting 57 According to the author, the heads of the television channels ……………… A have an adventurous approach to presenting music B broadcast only important musical event C not think music is effective on television D not want music to be part of everyday life 58 Music has become ………………… A very important to television program producers B very important to policy makers C part of the cultural message D part of daily life 59 What does the author hope will be the future of television? A more popular programs will be broadcast B television controllers will change their attitude C audience will go on increasing D the right kind of program-makers will be appointed 60 The best tittle for this passage is ……………… A television and its programs B the influence of television on governments and companies C the impact of television on culture D the standardization of television programs Answer : 51.B 56.A 52.B 57.C 53.B 58.C 44.D 59.D 55.A 60.C VI GUIDED CLOZE TEST (10pts) Read the text below and decide which answer best fits each space Passage 1: According to a magazine article I read recently, we (61) ……… live in an age of increasing leisure Not only are more and more people reaching retirement age with their taste for enjoyment and even adventure relatively (62) ……… but the working week is becoming shorter and the opportunities for leisure are becoming greater and greater all the time Not to mention the fact that people (63) ……… to spend less time travelling to work or may even be working from home What I can’t understand, however, is who these people are As far as I can (64) ……… the whole thing is another one of (65) ………… journalistic fictions I admit that there are a lot of retired people (66) ……… but I am not sure that all of them are dashing about learning hang-gliding or sailing single-handed (67) ………… the world My own parents seem to (68) ………… most of their time gazing at the television And as for the shorter working week, I wish someone (69) ………… remind my company about it I seem to be working longer and longer hours all the time The little leisure time I have is eaten into by sitting in the traffic jams or waiting for trains to (70) ……… up at rain-swept platforms I haven’t noticed any dramatic improvements in my lifestyle either, but perhaps I just have to wait until I get my pension 61 A presently B at the moment C now D at this time 62 A present B survived C free D intact 63 A use B tend C have D demand 64 A concern B imagine C expect D tell 65 A the B those C these D some 66 A in our days B in these times C nowadays D now and again 67 A round B over C through D into 68 A have B use C save D spend 69 A would B to C had D might 70 A keep B line C show D set Answer : 61.C 66.C 62.D 67.A 63.B 68.D 64.D 69.A 65.B 70.C Passage 2: Many of the things we depend on receiving information from other people (71) ……… and communicated In the past this information used to be kept on paper (72) …… for example, books, newspapers, and timetables Now more and more information is put on computers Computers play a role in our everyday lives, sometimes (73) ……… us even realizing it Consider the use of computers in both shops and offices Big shops, especially (74) ……… stores with branches all over the country, have to deal with large (75) ……… of information They have to (76) ……… there are enough goods on the shelves for customers to buy, they need to be able to re-order before stocks (77) ………., to decide which things are selling well and so on All these processes are performed quickly and efficiently by computers A lot of office work in the past involved information on paper Once it had been dealt with by people, the paper was put (78) ………… for future reference This way of working was (79) ………… particularly easy or fast A (80) ………… system is much more efficient 71 A progressed B processed C dealt D handled 72 A in the form of B under the pressure of C in the style of D on behalf of 73 A making B not C regardless D without 74 A train B linked C chain D serial 75 A numbers B quantities C chunks D amounts 76 A make sure B account for C divide into D assure that 77 A fall behind B call on C run out D put off 78 A on B aside C in D up 79 A much B no C less D not 80 A computerized B computerizing C computer’s D computing Answer : 71.B 76.A 72.A 77.C 73.D 78.B 74.C 79.D 75.D 80.A B WRITTEN TEST I CLOZE TEST (20 pts) Fill in each blank in the following passages with ONE suitable word to make meaningful passages CLOZE TEST : We live in a culture that values participation over ability : the karaoke culture In broadcasting, it seems we cannot escape the vogue for “access TV”, “people shows” and “video diaries” (1) …………… is our apparent obsession with documenting our own lives (2) ………… , in future, programmes will be replaced by cameras in every room, so that we can watch (3) ……………… endlessly on TV In the countless shows that fill our daytime schedules, the audience has become the star The (4) ……………… with this “inclusive” culture is that it knows (5) ……………… bounds The public make programmes, the public participate in programmes, the public become performers Anybody can it! But there is a world of (6) ……………… between enjoying something and joining in If we all join in, what is the point of artists or experts? If everything is accessible, (7) …………… can be no mystery, no mystique Is there not a beauty in knowledge, a pleasure in learning from a true expert? I love listening to a genius and learning from (or even just appreciating) his or her skill (8) …………… assume then that I can “have a go at” their craft would be monstrous impudence on my part worse still is the dismissal of something difficult or demanding (9) ……………… “elitist” We don’t (10) ……………… to a brilliant glassblower, juggler or plasterer as “elitist”, yet because we all use words and can all sing, anyone who aspires to greatness in these arts is considered elitist by some people Answer : such difference that 7.there ourselves to 4.trouble/problem as 5.no 10.refer CLOZE TEST When a child learns how to read and write, he must access the schema developed in his (11) ………… As he reads, the child creates pictures in his mind and uses (12) ……………… and points of reference to put the story together Television images not go (13) ………….…… a complex symbolic transformation The mind does not have to decode and manipulate during the television experience Watching television and playing video games not (14) ……………… a child’s skills in word recognition, decoding, vocabulary, spelling or high-level thinking The connection between television’s effects (15) ……………… children’s reading abilities and decline in their writing skills is clear : there is no question in the minds of educators that a student who cannot read with the true comprehension will never learn to write well Writing, after (16) …………………., is book talk, and you only learn book talk by reading It has been shown that reading stimulates brain activity While reading, we (17) ………………… settings, characters and we become part of the world of the story (18) ………………… , it has been shown that watching television prevents brain activity Children who watch too much television are (19) ………………… socially developed and have problems maintaining concentration Reading , (20) ………………… of watching television, enriches our lives, develops the imagination, and intellect, and is less brain deadening Reading is good for us, it makes one a better person Answer : 11 brain 16 all 12 imagination 17.imagine 13 through 14.develop 15.on 18 conversely 19 less 20.instead II WORD FORMS (20 pts) PART : Give the correct form of words in bracket Its …………………… …… makes food distribution difficult (ACCESS) How ………………………… the book is ! it is so interesting that I can hardly stop reading it (PUT) We ………………………… how long it would take us, so the ceremony was over by the time we arrived (JUDGE) His boss told him off because he had behaved ………………………… (RESPONSIBLE) The local TV company was stopping ………………………… to ask their opinion about the new shopping center (PASS) ………………………… is useful when companies want to know the profiles of the employees they are going to employ (GRAPH) I wasn’t paying attention and ………………………… I threw the receipt in the dustbin (THINK) During that time, I always felt I was in competition with myself and that led to a lot of ……………………… … , a lot of problems (ILLUSION) Newspapers blamed the chaos after the flood on the …………………… …… of the local officials (ADMINISTER) 10 Travelling in big cities is becoming more and more ……………… every day (TROUBLE) Answer : inaccessibility unputdownable misjudged irresponsibly passers-by graphology thoughtlessly disillusionment maladministration 10 troublesome PART : Supply each gap with the correct form of the word given in the box PROBLEM HOUSE IDENTIFY ADVANTAGE GANG POPULATION OCCUPATION POOR EXPOSE THIEVES Many young people from (11) ………………………… social classes join gangs Gangs are groups of individuals who share a common (12) ………………………… Some anthropologists believe the gang structure is one of the most ancient forms of human organization Gangs are often associated with criminal activities Street gangs tend to be (13) ……………………… with young people from low income or (14) ………………………… homes In contrast, organized crime gangs such as the Italian – American Mafia usually (15) ……………………… the middle or upper class stratum of society Gangs usually take over a territory in a city or suburb They call this territory their ‘turf’ One common criminal activity on their turf is “ providing protection” This is a common style of extortion in which a gang provides protection from its own members for money Since the 1970s, many gangs have been associated with selling drugs The most (16) ………………………… substance associated with gangs is crack cocaine They are also known to commit burglaries, car (17) ………………………., and armed robberies Individual members of gangs are usually referred to as (18) …………………… These members frequently join in their teens This is often the result of early (19) ………………… to drugs and violence Low-income (20) ………………… projects and poor neighborhoods are ideal locations for gangs to exist and thrive Answer : 11 disadvantaged 12 identity 13 populated 14 impoverished 15 occupy 16 problematic 17 theft 18 gangsters 19 exposure 20 housing III ERROR IDENTIFICATION (10 pts) : The following passage contains 10 errors Find, underline and correct them Write your answers in the space provided below Health food is a general term applying to all kinds of foods that are considered more healthy than the types of foods widely sold in the supermarkets For example, whole grain, dried beans, and corn oil are health foods A narrower classification of health foods is natural food This term is used to distinguish between types of the same food Fresh fruit is a natural food, but can fruit, with sugar and other additives, are not The most precise term of all and the narrowest classification within health foods is organic food, used to describe foods that have grown on a particular kind of farm Fruits and vegetables that are grown in gardens treated only in organic fertilizers, that are not sprayed with poisonous insecticides, and that are not refine after harvest, are organic foods At choosing the type of food you eat, then, you have basic two choices : inorganic, processed foods, or organic, unprocessed foods A wise decision should include investigation of the allegations that processed foods contain chemicals, some of them are proven toxic, and that vitamin content is greatly reduced in processed foods …………………………………… …………………………….……… ……………………………………… ………………………………….….… ………………………………… …… ………………………… …….…… …………………………………… … …………………….…… ………… …………………………………… … 10 …………………………… ….….… Answer : applying -> applied healthy -> healthful can fruit -> canned fruit are not -> is not have grown -> have been grown only in -> only with refine -> refined at choosing -> in choosing basic -> basically 10 some of them -> some of which IV SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION: (20 pts) 10 Rewrite the following sentences with the given words or beginning in such a way that their meanings remain unchanged You MUST NOT change the given words in any way She was embarrassed when she realized that everyone was listening to her singing Much ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Success in the academic field depends on your ability to amass qualifications The more ………………………………………………………………………………………… I left without saying goodbye since I didn’t want to disturb her Rather ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Experts say that the fall in the birth rate between 1964 and 1977 caused the drop in the number of school leavers The drop …………………………………………………………………………………………… I fully intended to find out who is responsible for the graffiti (INTENTION) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… Bill changed his ways when he came out of prison (LEAF) Bill has ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 7.Robert was offended when he was left out of the team (EXCEPTION) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… Mary was born in a small village very far away from the city (NOWHERE) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… I enjoy being the boss of a small company (FISH) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 10 I felt relaxed at Gita’s house because her parents greeted me so warmly (EASE) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… Answer : Much to her embarrassment, she realized that everyone was listening to her singing The more qualifications you are able to amass, the more success you will have in the academic field Rather than disturb the meeting, I left without saying goodbye The drop in the number of school leavers is said to have been caused by the fall in the birth rate between 1964 and 1977 I have every intention of finding out who is responsible for the graffiti Bill has turned over a new leaf since he came out of prison Mary was born in a small village in the middle of nowhere Robert took exception to being left out of the team I enjoy being a big fish in a small pond 10 Gita’s parents put me with my ease with the warmth of their greeting THE END ! - , 11 ...ĐỀ THI VÀ ĐÁP ÁN A.MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST I PHONOLOGY: Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced... VOCABULARY: (5pts) Circle the best answer (A, B, C, or D) to complete each unfinished sentence 11 Don’t make a(n) …………… decision Think about it first A snap B abrupt C spontaneous D careless... the files were …………… organized A progressively B intimately C ironically D meticulously Answer : 11 A 16.D 12.A 17.D 13.B 18.B 14.C 19.A 15 C 20 D III- GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURES: (5 pts) Choose the
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