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Finish each sentence in such a way that it means exactly the same as the one printed before it

Part 1: Rewrite the following sentences without changing the meaning

IV. Finish each sentence in such a way that it means exactly the same as the one printed before it

14. It is thought that the prisoner escaped by climbing over the wall.

A.The prisoner is thought to escape by climbing over the wall B. The prisoner is thought to be escaped by climbing over the wall C. The prisoner is thought to have escaped by climbing over the wall.

15. John Smith is a farmer. I bought his land.

A. John Smith is a farmer which I bought his land.

B. John Smith is a farmer whose land I bought.

C. John Smith is a farmer who I bought his land.

16. My father watches the news on TV every evening.

A. It is my father that watches the news on TV every evening.

B. It is the news that my father watches on TV every morning.

C. It is every morning that my father watches the news on TV.

Choose the best part (A, B, C or D) to complete the sentence.

17.A / an ____ is a person who is trained for traveling in a spacecraft.

A. astronaut B. scientist C. engineer D. technician

18.Your parents are living over one thousand kilometers away from you, __________?

A. do they B. are they

C. aren’t they D. don’t they

19. Hue helped me a lot with my study last semester.

A. It was Hue that helped me a lot with my study last semester.

B. It was Hue that has helped me a lot with my study last semester.

C. It was Hue that had helped me a lot with my study last semester.

D. It was Hue that was helped me a lot with my study last semester.

20. It was in 1875 __________ joined the staff of the astronomical observatory at Harvard University.

A. Anna Winlock, who B. that Anna Winlock C. as Anna Winlock D. Anna Winlock then

21. These ideas have now been completely discarded.

Which word has the CLOSEST meaning to the underlined word.

A. come up with B. got rid of C. put forward

D. put into practice

22. How many athletes took part _________ the 2006 Asian games?

A. in B. for C. at D. on

23. This is Mrs. Green, _________ son is my student A. who

B. whose C. that D. they

24. This firm, ____ employs five hundred people, makes video recorders.

A. that B. which C. who D. whom

25. Historian Barbara Tuchman was the first woman ______ president of the Academy of Arts and Sciences.

A. whose election as B. to elect C. was elected D. to be elected

26. Nobody helps me to send this document to my office, _____?

A. does he B. do they

C. don’t they D. doesn’t she

27..Lisa has been able to play the flute since she was six, ____?

A. can’t she B. isn’t she C. wasn’t he D. hasn’t she

28. A:“ How are you doing, buddy?”. B: “………….”

A. I’m reading book B. I’m good.Thanks C. I’m riding a bike D. I’m watching film

Read the passage and fill in each gap with a correct word.

Plants supply man with food, clothing, and shelter - his most important needs. Many of our most useful medicines are also made from (29)... . In addition, plants (30)...beauty and pleasure to our lives. Most people enjoy the smell of flowers, the sight of a waving grain field, and the quiet of a forest. (31)..., not all plants are useful to man. Weeds that grow in fields and gardens choke off useful plants. Tiny bits of pollen from certain plants cause (32)...diseases as asthma and hay fever. Other plants destroy millions of .dollars worth of crops yearly.

29.

A. plants B. platation C. planting D. planted

30.

A. cause B. send

C. add D. bring

31.

A. Although B. Therefore C. However D. Moreover

32.

A. the B. any C. same D. such

Supply the correct word form.

33. Bob only collects stamps from……….. envelopes DISCARD

34. John is very………. in reading comics.

INTEREST

35. We use solar energy for our……….. life DAY

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(Đề số 8)

Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others

1.

A. handbags B. fans C. tickets D. robs

2.

A. ducked B. opened C. laughed D. dressed

3.

A. exhibition B. happen C. inhabit D. highly

Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from that of the others

4.

A. potential B. official

C. cosmonaut D. ecologist

5.

A. excursion B. gravity C. generate D. passenger

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

6. I………since I was seven A. can swim

B. could swim C. have been able to swim D. was able to swim

7. How many people participated in the global Internet vote?

A. applied for B. filled in C. looked for D. America

8. NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space…………is an American government organization concerned with spacecraft and space travel

A. Attraction B. Assignment C. Administration D. America

9. The path was made by walkers…………the mountains each year A. crossed

B. crossing

C. they crossed D. which they crossed

10. “Excuse me, but there is something about…………immediately A. that I must speak to you

B. that I must speak to you about C. which I must speak to you D. which I must speak you about it

11. The use of more natural and renewable energy sources is needed to take the burden off our current dependence on…………

A. solar energy B. nuclear energy C. wind energy D. fossil fuels

12. A place crash in March 1968 made Gagarin’s desire…………

A. for B. of C. to D. with

13. If I…………English when I was at university, I…………for this job now A. learnt/ would apply

B. learnt/ would have applied C. had learnt/ could apply

D. had learnt/ could have applied

14. You need English to travel around…………world because it is a language almost everybody understands

A. a B. an C. the D. no article

15. It was in Dalat…………I met my old friend A. which

B. where C. whom D. that

16. Not only…………the book, but also remember what he had read A. he read

B. does he read C. did he read D. he reads

17. He went back to work in his country after he…………his course on advanced Engineering in London

A. finishes B. was finishing C. has finished D. had finished

18. The Asian Games…………held for the…………of developing intercultural knowledge and friendship within Asia

A. is- purpose B. are- purpose C. are- benefit

D. are- objective

19. Do you like watching a horror film, Frankenstein, for example?

No, I don’t. It’s…………scaring but also boring A. either

B. both C. not D. not only

20. They never came to class late, …………

A. neither B. so did we C. we did either D. neither we did

21. The last person to leave the room must turn off the lights A. The last person, who left the room, must turn off the lights

B. The last person, who left the room must turn off the lights C. The last person whom leaves the room must turn off the lights D. The last person who leaves the room must turn off the lights

22. He was admired by the people…………

A. whose he worked with B. he worked with them C. with that he worked D. with whom he worked

23. “………” They were held in 1958 in Japan A. When were the 3rd Asian Games held?

B. When and where was the 3rd Asian Games held?

C. Where were the 3rd Asian Games held?

D. When and where were the 3rd Asian Games held?

24. Choose the sentence which has the closest meaning to the original on Alfred Nobel invented dynamite

A. It was Alfred Nobel that dynamite was invented B. It was Alfred Nobel that was invented dynamite C. It was dynamite that Alfred Nobel was invented D. It was dynamite that was invented by Alfred Nobel

25. The show/ attracted/ the children/ by/ performed/ the animals/ were/ by

A. The children were attracted by the show to have been performed by the animals B. The children attracted by the show which was performed by the animals

C. The show performing by the animals attracted the children

D. The children were attracted by the show performed by the animals 26. Select the antonym of the underlined word in this sentence Recreation and entertainment are very important to people anywhere in the world A. insignificant

B. weak C. unfamiliar D. poor

Identify the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order to make the sentence correct

27. Forty years after (A) Yuri Gagarin became the first man in orbit (B), Dennis Tito, an American businessman has become (C) the world (D) first space tourist

28. The earth has resources enough to support billions of its inhabitants.

29. He was offered (A) the job despite (B) he had (C) no experience (D).

30. The only (A) good way to getting (B) achievement in learning (C) English is to practice (D) it as frequently as possible.

Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage

Hobbies are activities in which one (31) …………strictly entertainment. They help one to maintain a mental and emotional balance. A hobby can be almost anything. Music is most popular. For example, many people all over the world play piano simply for (32) …………and fun in their free hours, and they do not play (33) …………

Sports provide other (34) …………hobbies. Bicycling, running, tennis, ping-pong, and countless other sports are (35) …………by millions of people during their leisure time.

31.

A. play B. knows C. participates D. enjoys

32.

A. training B. educating C. earning

D. relaxing 33.

A. carefully B. professionally C. excellently D. interestingly 34.

A. normal B. strange C. favorite D. various 35.

A. enjoyed B. participated C. played

D. competed

Read the text carefully and then choose the correct answer

Forty - two years ago, two Americans landed on the moon, taking the human race to another planet for the first time. On July 16, 1969 Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins climed into Apollo 11 .The unit’s Saturn V rocket, equipped with the most powerful engines ever built, blasted them into space. Their trajectory took them around the Earth and toward the moon when a third-stage rocket fired. Two modules-the Eagle, for landing, and the Columbia, a command and service center- entered the moon’s orbit on July 19. Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, piloting the Eagle landing module, stepped down on the moon on July 20,1969.The third US astronaut ,Michael Collins ,was in the orbiting command module overhead. “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind”, said Armstrong. The words were seared into the memories of the 600 million some people- about 1/5 of our planet’s population at that time-who watched the broadcast transmitted from the lunar surface. And for a time it seemed the impossible was just the

beginning.

36. What was the name of the module that landed on the moon?

A. the Columbia B. Saturn V C. the Eagle D. the Earth

37. Which is not mentioned about Apollo 11?

A. It belonged to the USA B. It was launched 42 years ago

C. It had the most powerful engines at the time D. It failed to land on the moon

38. Apollo 11…………

A. had two men on board B. had no man on board

C. was launched on July 16, 1969 D. was launched on July 20, 1969

39. Which sentence is not true?

A. Michael Collins did not step down on the moon

B. Neil Armstrong was too excited to say anything when he was on the moon C. Only two astronauts of the crew of three stepped on the moon

D. There were 600 million people watching the scenes sent from the moon 40. Relative pronoun who refers to…………

A. the TV viewers B. Neil Armstrong C. the astronauts D. the Earth’s population

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(Đề số 9) I. PHẦN TRẮC NGHIỆM

LISTENING

Listen to a conversation between Alan and Betty about freetime and decide whether the statements are true (T) or false (F). You will hear the recording twice

Question 1. Betty has played the piano since she was 17.

Question 2. The highest grade of piano is grade 8.

Question 3. She usually practises the piano once a day.

Question 4. Betty occasionally goes camping with other girls at Guides.

Listen to a conversation between Dave and Maria and choose the best answer A, B, C or D to each question below. You will hear the recording twice.

Question 5. What does the man want to do after he graduates?

A. He wants to become a teacher.

B. He hopes to go on to graduate school.

C. He would like to work at a hotel.

D. He hasn’t decided yet.

Question 6. What is the woman majoring in?

A. history B. English C. computer science B. French

Question 7. Where does the man work part-time?

A. at a bakery B. in a library C. at a restaurant D. at a bookshop

Question 8. What thing did the man NOT say about his job?

A. His co-workers are friendly.

B. He works long hours.

C. The job is okay.

D. The pay is the best.

LANGUAGE

Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Question 9.

A. human B. happen C. helpful D. honor

Question 10.

A. common

B. century C. country D. collect

Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 11. Neil Armstrong, the first person to _____foot on the moon, reported that the surface of the moon was fine and powdery.

A. set

B. take C. put D. get

Question 12. The top three world sports ____are apparently the Olympic Games, FIFA World Cup and the Rugby World Cup.

A. parties B. happenings C. events D. contests

Question 13. Everybody agreed that the party was a big _______.

A. successful B. successfully C. success D. succeed

Question 14. The school uses a combination of modern and _____ methods for teaching reading.

A. traditional B. customary C. accomplished D. renewable

Question 15. Harriet Shaw was the name of the girl _______he wanted to give a valentine’s present to.

A. which B. whom C. whose D. what

Question 16. Your sister doesn’t like coffee, _______?

A. doesn’t your sister B. doesn’t she

C. does your sister D. does she

READING

Read the passage and choose the correct option A, B, C, or D that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Before man had flown in space, it was thought that his physical and mental capabilities might be affected by long periods of weightlessness, and that he might

be (17) _____ by high levels of radiation. Yuri Gagarin's first space flight (18) ______April, 1961 showed that man could live in space and, although the journey only lasted for 108 minutes, it gave encouragement to those (19) ____ in

the future of manned space flight. In fact, most of the early fears about man's health in space have proved groundless, and (20) _____several odd medical effects have been observed, none has seriously affected man's ability for useful work.

Question 17.

A. endangered B. danger

C. dangerous D. dangerously Question 18.

A. at B. on

C. in D. for

Question 19.

A. tired B. interested C. fond D. bored

Question 20.

A. because B. because of C. despite D. although

Read the passage and choose the correct answer A, B, C, or D to each question

The hobby of collecting consists of acquiring specific items based on a particular interest of the collector. These collections of things are often highly organized, carefully cataloged, and attractively displayed. Since collecting depends on the interests of the individual collector, it may deal with almost any subject. The depth and breadth of the collection may also vary. Some collectors choose to focus on a

specific subtopic within their area of general interest: for example, 19th century postage s tamp, milk

bottle labels from Sussex, or Mongolian harnesses and tack. Others prefer to keep a mor e general

collection, accumulating Star Trek merchandise, or stamps from all countries of the world . Some collections are capable of being completed, at least to the extent of owning one sample of each possible item in the collection (e.g. a copy of every book by Agatha Christie). Collectors who specifically try to assemble complete

collections in this way are sometimes called “completist”. Upon completing a particular collection, they may stop collecting, expand the collection to include related items, or begin an entirely new collection. The most popular fields in collecting have specialized commercial dealers that

trade in the items being collected, as well as related accessories. Many of these dealers s tarted as

collectors themselves, then turned their hobby into a profession. There are some limitation s on collecting, however. Someone who has the financial means to collect stamps might not be able to collect sports cars, for example.

Question 21. The passage mainly discusses ________.

A. a particular collection

B. some limitations on collecting C. the hobby of collecting

D. the benefits of collecting

Question 22. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage as a collector's item?

A. stamps

B. books C. goods D. accessories

Question 23. The word “Others” in the passage refers to________.

A. milk bottle labels B. collectors

C. collections D. stamps

Question 24. Collecting may deal with almost any subject because ________.

A. it has a wide range of subjects B. it depends on the collector's interests

C. it is often classified into different categories D. it is based on a particular interest of the collector WRITING

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction.

Question 25. It (A) was the boy (B) which (C) visited his grandparents (D) last Sunday.

Question 26. We are (A) responsibly (B) for the changes in (C) the environment (D).