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Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined. Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others. Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences.

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Đề 1

I. PHONETICS

Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.

1. A. bake                     B. hang                     C. capture                  D. challenge

2. A. emission               B. awareness             C. possibility             D. success

Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others.

3. A. threaten                 B. accept                   C. anxious                 D. patient

4. A. media                   B. computer               C. employee              D. collection

II. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY

Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences.

5. He _______ at the age of 60 and now he’s living on his pension.

A. resigned                   B. retired                   C. retrained                D. retreated

6. Jack _______ on his grandparents’ farm and he enjoyed his childhood there.

A. brought up                B. grew up                C. settled down          D. came into

7. Tom and Mary have just got _______ and they are getting ready for their wedding.

A. married                    B. divorced                C. split                      D. engaged

8. When you are _______ your twenties, you are in perfect health to do whatever you want.

A. of                            B. on                        C. in                         D. under

9. My family has lived in this village for many _______.

A. categories                 B. descendants           C. generations            D. ancestors

10. How long is it since John _______ collecting memorabilia?

A. starts                        B. started                   C. has started             D. had started

11. Peter _______ in Paris for 4 years, then he _______ to London and _______ there ever since.

A. has lived – has moved – has been                B. lived – has moved – was 

C. lived – moved – has been                            D. had lived – moved – was

12. We _______ the housework all morning. That’s why we are exhausted.

A. have cleaned             B. have been cleaning    C. were cleaning          D. cleaned

13. This camera helps you _______ a perfect image of the landscape you’re enjoying.

A. arrest                        B. captivate               C. capture                  D. catch

14. Open and friendly talks will help you stay on good _______ with your colleagues and boss.

A. relationships             B. terms                    C. boats                     D. networks

15. She’s frustrated that she has to do all the household chores _______ his sister doesn’t.

A. when                        B. that                       C. while                    D. which

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences.

16. Unless you keep your parents informed, they are likely to be more and more distrustful.

A. doubtful                   B. trustworthy            C. strict                     D. reliable

17. An exchange course during secondary years will surely transform your child into a mature teenager.

A. affect                       B. change                  C. develop                 D. train

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences.

18. I was surprised at the profound changes my hometown had undergone over the two decades.

A. negligible                 B. considerable          C. noticeable              D. unavoidable

19. Most teachers easily get irritated by such troublesome behaviours.

A. confused                   B. embarrassed          C. excited                  D. pleased

Make the correct form of the verbs in the brackets.

20. Jack (have) _______ a car crash last weekend and (be) ________ in hospital since then.

21. After a while, John got used to (take) _______ care of himself living in the dormitory.

22. I (just, know) ______ that Jane is in the hospital. I (visit) _______ her this afternoon.

Choose the correct adjectives.

23. She finds reading books bored / boring. She’s interested / interesting in playing sports.

24. Shua looks so tired / tiring. He has just finished the running competition.

25. She forgot her lines in the play and looked so embarrassed / embarrassing.

III. READING

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

Preparing for an exchange course abroad involves a lot of things, one of which should be getting gifts for your hosts. As you are going to be under the same (26)_______ for a while, it would be advisable to (27)_______ good impression on arrival. Your gifts needn’t be (28)_______ expensive or cumbersome, but it is crucial that it be something meaningful. There is a long list of items to choose from: your hometown (29)_______, your handmade gifts, your school tee-shirt. Whatever the gift is, the (30)_______ you present it to your hosts counts even more.

26. A. house                  B. ceiling                  C. home                    D. roof

27. A. make                   B. give                      C. do                        D. get

28. A. both                    B. all                        C. either                    D. neither

29. A. speciality             B. specialist               C. specialisation         D. special

30. A. method                B. way                      C. skill                      D. process

Read the text and choose the correct answers.

Human activities increasingly emit greenhouse gases, which build up in the atmosphere and warm the climate and lead to many changes around the world: in the atmosphere, on land and in the oceans. Many of these changes have positively and negatively affect people, society and the environment, including plants and animals. Major greenhouse gases remain in the atmosphere for dozens (and even hundreds) of years, so their warming effects on the climate last for a long time, affecting both present and future generations. Climate change encompasses not only global warming, i.e. the rising average temperature, but also extreme weather events, shifting wildlife populations and habitats, rising seas and various other impacts. Warmer temperatures mean that there are more and more insects that spread diseases and that heat waves are getting more lethal to humans. Droughts and floods resulting from climate change also pose great threats to agriculture. A recent study shows that for every rise of one degree Celsius crop yields will go down 3 to 7 percent, severely affecting food insecurity.

31. Through their activities, man is creating _______ greenhouse gases.

A. the same amount of                                   B. a greater amount of

C. a smaller amount of                                   D. the greatest amount of

32. The writer agrees with all the following EXCEPT _______.

A. The increase of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere cause warmer weather.

B. Greenhouse gases influence not only plants but also animals.

C. Greenhouse gases are of no use to the earth.

D. Greenhouse gases do not disappear quickly.

33. The word “encompass” means _______.

A. hinder                      B. improve                C. worsen                  D. include

34. Disease-spreading insects are mentioned as an example consequence of _______.

A. extreme weather events                             B. higher temperatures

C. wildlife habitat change                               D. climate change

35. According to the texts, heat waves are becoming _______ to humans.

A. unbearable                B. more familiar         C. less severe             D. dissatisfying

WRITING

Rewrite the following sentences, using the suggestions.

36. When did John start studying Spanish?

How long  _______________________________________?

37. They have never ridden a horse before.

This is  _________________________________________?

38. My sister and I have no difficulty in decorating the house at Xmas.

My sister and I are  _________________________________.

39. The principal visited our class during our test.

While  ___________________________________________.

40. The last time I visited Jenny was 2 years ago.

I haven’t  ___________________________________.

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Đề 2

I. PHONETICS

Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.

1. A. teenager                B. privacy                 C. irritation                D. hatred

2. A. adolescent             B. independence         C. distrust                D. education

Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others.

3. A. figure                   B. drama                   C. ballet                    D. guitar

4. A. kayaking               B. mountaineer          C. instrument             D. dialog

II. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY

Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences.

5. Helen _______ dolls for years and hers is a huge collection now.

A. has collected                  B. has been collecting                            

C. collected                        D. were collecting

6. Peter _______ as a bank manager for 30 years and retired at the age of 65.

A. worked                           B. had been working                                

C. had worked                     D. has worked

7. This is the fourth time we _______ Paris.

A. visited                           B. have been visiting                             

C. has visited                      D. had visited

8. I highly recommend this restaurant. The food is out of this _______.

A. earth                        B. world                    C. planet                   D. universe

9. Sitting in the front _______, I couldn’t enjoy the movie at all.

A. row                          B. desk                     C. line                       D. queue

10. You must see this new film. It _______ your favourite actor.

A. stars                         B. acts                      C. directs                   D. displays

11. We planned a ________ birthday party for him, but he wasn’t _______ at all.

A. surprised – surprising                 B. surprising – surprised                

C. surprising – surprising                D. surprised – surprised

12. With a mobile phone, an exchange student can easily stay in _______ with his family and friends in his home country.

A. communication          B. touch                    C. correspondence      D. contact

13. I don’t think young children _______ be allowed to use mobile phones at mealtime.

A. ought                       B. must                     C. better                    D. should

14. Much to our surprise, we _______ a huge sum of money from our uncle when he died.

A. left                           B. deposited              C. mortgaged             D. inherited

15. My cousin got married and quickly _______ down in Paris.

A. emigrated                 B. closed                   C. settled                   D. lived

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences.

16. I really admire Hellen Keller for all her efforts and determination.

A. doubt                       B. tolerate                 C. respect                  D. trust

17. Teenagers see the world differently and develop their own views.

A. arguments                 B. pictures                 C. sights                    D. opinions

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences.

18. Home (2009) has been made available in different languages so that it will be of educational benefits to a larger audience.
A. unrestricted               B. impractical            C. unusable                D. inaccessible

19. Natural disasters, such as storms, are the direct consequences of climate change. 

A. causes                      B. impacts                 C. root                      D. development

Make the correct form of the verbs in the brackets.

20. I (come) ________ home late. I promise!

21. My parents (get) ________ married in 1999 and they (have) _______ 2 years after.

22. They (know) ______ each other since they (be) ______ young children.

Choose a/an/the to fill in the blanks.

23. My dad is _______ Math teacher. In fact, he is _______ only teacher in our family.

24. She is known as one of ______ most beautiful girls in this town.

25. You can earn about 100$ ______ hour by doing this job, but it also puts high demands on the data quality.

III. READING

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

The most important (26)_______ of a person’s life is the first few years when he/she is a child. It is in these years (27)_______ the brain grows the fastest. The brain makes more than one million new connections every second. In actual fact, it is widely held that 80 percent of the brain is formed by the time a child (28)_______ three. A child needs food, play and love to grow mentally and physically. Half of each meal a baby eats is used to (29)_______ his/her brain. All the energy from the meal is devoted to making the brain connections. A child learns a lot during his/her playtime and develops a sense of security in his/her parent’s love. (30)_______, as parents, one should never underestimate the power of nutritious food, playtime and food.

26. A. part                     B. phase                    C. era                        D. season

27. A. that                     B. when                    C. which                   D. where

28. A. develops              B. becomes                C. turns                     D. has

29. A. build                   B. built                     C. building                D. have built

30. A. However             B. Moreover              C. Lastly                   D. Therefore

Read the text and choose the correct answers.

Sporting memorabilia has always been the craze among fans of all kinds of sports. Collecting sporting memorabilia is a fun and exciting way to show your love and passion for sports. The most common reason for collecting memorabilia is its sentimental value. Memorabilia bring back collectors’ special memories of their favourite teams, players, or sports moments. Some other people take great lengths in pursuing the rare items. They say that the thrill of the search is as rewarding as owning one and that is an adventure of excitement. Some others collect sports memorabilia as a form of investment. Many items get increasingly valuable over time. These are the ones associated with legendary players or historic moments. Ultimately, collecting sports memorabilia is a matter of personal choice depending on individual preferences and motivations. Whatever kind of collectors, it’s undeniable that collecting sporting memorabilia is a way to show our appreciation of the sports we love.

31. What does the passage mainly discuss?

A. The benefits of collecting memorabilia         B. The ways to collect memorabilia

C. The causes of collecting memorabilia           D. The guide to collect memorabilia

32. The word “craze” is closest in meaning to _______.

A. madness                   B. happiness              C. trend                     D. aim

33. Which of the following is NOT true of collecting memorabilia?

A. Most people collect memorabilia for emotional reasons.                

B. It is the best way to show you love a sport.

C. Memorabilia can be a form of investment.

D. Some people try hard to own rare memorabilia.

34. It can be inferred from the passage that _______.

A. memorabilia’s value stays unchanged throughout the years

B. owning one item of memorabilia is the most important

C. what memorabilia to collect reflects collectors’ likes and dislikes

D. memorabilia are collected only for fun and childhood memories

35. What is the tone of the passage?

A. Neutral                     B. Approving             C. Disapproving         D. Sarcastic

WRITING

Rewrite the following sentences, using the suggestions.

36. I have never been to such an impressive toy museum before.

This is _________________________________________.

37. I haven’t been to the cinema for two months.

The last _________________________________________.

38. I hang out with Elena a lot, but now we don’t often meet each other.

I used ___________________________________________.

39. I find getting up early difficult.

I’m _____________________________________________.

40. If I were you, I would try different kinds of food.

I think __________________________________________.

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Đề 3

I. PHONETICS

Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.

1. A. capable                 B. accessible              C. adolescent             D. financial

2. A. stressed                 B. released                C. accessed                D. raised

Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others.

3. A. guilty                    B. upset                    C. worried                 D. social

4. A. impact                  B. release                  C. control                  D. distrust

II. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY

Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences.

5. John _______ with the kids. That’s why he looks exhausted.

A. played                      B. has played             C. has been playing    D. had played

6. John left the lecture early because he _______ a headache.

A. had                          B. used to have          C. was having            D. had had

7. Helen is _______ with working on night shifts. She can easily stay up all night.

A. used                         B. familiar                 C. accustomed           D. aware

8. While we _______ dinner, Jack came. We asked him to join us.

A. had had                    B. were having           C. had                       D. have been having

9. Most parents _______ technology for their children’s distraction from schoolwork.

A. scold                        B. disapprove            C. blame                   D. oppose

10. Her _______ tone means she suspected us of stealing her money.

A. miserable                  B. arrogant                C. accusing                D. confident

11. Social teenagers can easily _______ on with their teachers and classmates.

A. fit                            B. make                    C. live                       D. get

12. Most teenagers prefer being on their own to being in the _______ of their parents.

A. attendance                B. appearance            C. company               D. surveillance

13. It’s an _______ competition. The children are so _______.

A. excited – excited                   B. exciting – exciting

C. excited – exciting                  D. exciting – excited

14. Jack _______ taken to the zoo every month when he was a kid.

A. was used to               B. used to                  C. used to being         D. used to be

15. Is this ______ book that you’re looking for?

A. a                              B. the                        C. an                         D. x

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences.

16. The findings of latest research confirm the harm that greenhouse gases do to the environment.

A. reveal                       B. ignore                   C. question                D. prove

17. I expected him to help me, so his refusal was a real let-down.

A. disappointment          B. excitement            C. opposition             D. encouragement

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences.

18. My mom never believes in psychological consultation and she regards the advice as good in theory.

A. in lessons                  B. in calculations        C. in practice             D. in control

19. Vietnamese ethnic groups have distinct customs, and we can easily tell the apart.

A. different                   B. similar                  C. complicated           D. boring

Make the correct form of the verbs in the brackets.

20. He (live) _______ in New York, but he (move) _______ to Los Angeles last year because of his new job.

21. Can you guess the winner? – I’m not sure, but I think the Red team (become) _______ the winner. Their teamwork is really good.

22. She’s not used to (have) _______ meals without watching something on YouTube.  

Choose the correct answers.

23. They sounded so angry / angrily when knowing that their son hadn’t told her them truth.

24. She is a / the last person who left the room.  

25. Do you find knitting interested / interesting?

III. READING

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

Leisure activities (26)_______ an important part in a teenager’s development. They arouse his or her interests, urging him or her to explore a new world of knowledge. (27)_______ leisure activities, teenagers join in a community of people with the same likes. The network (28)_______ to close friendships which help teenagers through thick and thin. (29)_______, leisure activities make an excellent haven (30)_______ teenagers get away from the stress for a while or let off their steam or anger in a positive way.

26. A. do                       B. play                      C. have                     D. serve

27. A. By                      B. In                         C. On                        D. Through

28. A. forms                  B. refers                    C. causes                   D. leads

29. A. However             B. Thus                     C. Besides                 D. Otherwise

30. A. which                  B. that                       C. whose                   D. where

Read the passage below and choose the correct answers.

It is a common misconception that greenhouse gases only have detrimental effects on the Earth and our world would be a much better place without them. In fact, they play an indispensable role in our ecology. The Earth’s most abundant greenhouse gases include carbon dioxide, methane, ozone, CFCs and water vapour, all of which can be found near the Earth surface. They absorb radiation, heating up the atmosphere. For example, carbon dioxide and water vapour take in infrared radiations coming to the earth. At the same time, they partly reflect these infrared radiations back to the earth’s surface. The process of radiation absorption maintains the temperature of the Earth in a way that makes the green planet habitable for mankind. Without these greenhouse gases and their service, the Earth’s temperature would fall drastically and become uninhabitable.

31. What is the purpose of the text?

A. To inform ways to conserve the earth

B. To deal with a mistaken belief regarding greenhouse gases

C. To emphasise the damaging effects of greenhouse gases

D.  To define and categorise greenhouse effects

32. Radiation absorption makes the earth _______ enough for habitation.

A. cold                         B. hot                       C. stuffy                    D. warm

33. Near the surface of the Earth are _______ types of greenhouse gases.

A. 4                              B. 5                          C. 6                          D. 7

34. The word “drastically” is closest in meaning to _______.

A. gradually                  B. moderately            C. slightly                 D. considerably

35. What is the tone of the passage?

A. Sarcastic                   B. Critical                 C. Complimentary      D. Neutral

WRITING

Rewrite the following sentences, using the suggestions.

36. John started his game of tennis 4 hours ago and he’s still playing.

John has _________________________________________.

37. It is the first time I have ever looked up to a scientist so much.

I have never ______________________________________.

38. I walked to school when I was a child, but now I go to school by bike.

I used ___________________________________________.

39. I haven’t gone to the cinema for about 2 months.

The last __________________________________________.

40. I haven’t seen such a monumental statue before.

This is the first time ________________________________.

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    Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined. Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others. Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences.

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    Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined. Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others. Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following sentences.

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