Section 1: Choose the correct word or phrase from the list below to complete each of the following sentences.
1, He has been collecting stamps at the age of ten.
2, Our turnover has increased by 20% over the same period last year.
3, The manager suggested that the goods are ordered from another supplier.
4, In comparion with other countries, Britain has a very high rate of heart attacks.
5, What do you mean? He’s watching TV? He’s repairing to be washing the car.
6, He hadn’t seen his sister for 30 years, hardly they recognized each other instantly.
7, We would very much to hear a reply by the end of the month.
8, There’s always heavy traffic in the centre during rush hours.
9, It was raining very hard so I took my raincoat.
10, The car was badly damaged after the accident. We must have it repaired this Sunday.
11, I can remember vividly voices in the middle of the night.
12, He completed the form by accordance with all the rules and regulations.
13, The company is losing a lot this year. That’s why it plans to hire fewer workers.
14, He went to a seaside resort because he was being on water skiing.
15, Here the notebook and report I promised you last week.
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Section 2: Read the following passages and do the tasks given.
Passage 1: Read the passage and answer the questions.
An elevator is wonderful. It is really only a small room. Rooms usually stay in one place. Elevators travel up and down all day long.
Sometimes a worker stands in the elevator to run it. In modem elevators there is no worker. The people walk in. They know what floor they want. They press a button and the elevator goes to that floor. It is all very fast and easy.
Elevators are very important to us. Why? Think about a tall building. Maybe it has twenty floors. Maybe it has fifty or more. Who can walk up all those stairs. Maybe people can climb them one time. Can someone climb thirty floors to an office everyday? Can small children walk up to their apartments on the twenty- fourth floor? Can their mother and father carry food up all those stairs? Of course not.
We can have high buildings because we have elevators. They are really wonderful.
1, What is an elevator really?
=> It is really only a small room
2, How is an elevator different from other rooms?
=> Rooms usually stay in one place but elevators travel up and down all day long.
3, How do people make an elevator go up and down?
=> They press a button and the elevator goes to that floor.
4, Can people walk up twenty or forty floors everyday?
=> Nobody can walk up twenty or forty floors everyday.
5, Why can we have high buildings?
=>Because urban spawls, high buildings is considered as effective way to accommodate citizens.
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Passage 2: Read the passage carefully and choose ONE which you think fits best.
Thomas Edison was born in Milan, Ohio, in 1847. His family moved to Port Huron. Michigan, when he was seven. Surprisingly he attended school for only two months. His mother, a former teacher, taught him a few things, but Thomas was mostly self-educated. His natural curiosity led him to start experimenting at a young age.
Thomas Edison lit up the world with his invention of the electric light. He also invented the record player, the motion picture camera, and over 1,200 other things. He worked 16 hours a day and sometimes he worked so intensely that his wife had to remind him to sleep and eat.
Thomas Edison died in 1931 in New Jersey. He left numerous inventions that improved the quality of life all over the world.
1, Thomas Edison was
D. an inventor
2, In 1854 Edison’s family
D. moved to Pon Huron, Michigan
3, The word ‘self – educated‘ in line 3 means
C. having taught himself
4, Edison died at the age of
5, Which of the following is NOT true about Edison?
D. He didn’t go to school at all.
Section 3: Read the passage below and think of ONE word which best fits each space. There is an example at the beginning (0).
Mobile phones were quite rare 20 years (0)……..ago…….., even in the world’s richest countries. Now, (1)…….., around 40% of the world’s people own one. The (2) …….. with the most mobile phones per head is Luxembourg, where (3) …….. are actually more mobiles than people. There are more than eight mobiles phones for every ten people (4) …….. almost every other western European country, including Britain, while the number of mobiles per (5) …….. in the US, Canada and Japan (6)……..slightly lower.
The number of people using mobile phones is (7) …….. very quickly. In fact, around the world, about a million new people become (8) …….. users everyday, and most of them are in developing countries. Many economists say that mobile phones are very good for developing countries (9)……..they help poor people to create and run small businesses, often in places (10) …….. it is difficult or expensive to use a landline.
Section 1: The words in brackets can be used to form words that fit into the following sentences.
1, My brother often does experiments about electricity for ……… (PLEASE)
2, I spent my……..in the country. (CHILD)
3, The……..she gave last night was marvelous. (PERFORM)
4, The restaurant is……..for its western meals. (FAME)
5, I wish you every……..in your new job. (SUCCEED)
|(1) pleasement||(2) childhood||(3) performance||(4) famous||(5) success|
Section 2: Make all the changes and additions necessary to produce complete sentences from the following sets of words and phrases.
Section 3: Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it using given words. DO NOT change the word given.
Section 4: Translation
4.1. Translate the following sentences into Vietnamese
4.2. Translate the following sentences into English.
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