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Câu hỏi (50 câu)
Câu 1
Mã câu hỏi: 158945

Indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation: symbol, synonym, identify, ecology

  • A. symbol
  • B. synonym
  • C. identify
  • D. ecology
Câu 2
Mã câu hỏi: 158946

Indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation: disease, business, design, domestic

  • A. disease
  • B. business
  • C. design
  • D. domestic
Câu 3
Mã câu hỏi: 158947

Choose the best answer that best fits each blank (A, B, C, or D) in the following questions

If only motorists.......drive more carefully!

  • A. should
  • B. shall
  • C. would
  • D. might
Câu 4
Mã câu hỏi: 158948

She tried to set.......a few minutes each day for her exercises.

  • A. about
  • B. down
  • C. aside
  • D. in
Câu 5
Mã câu hỏi: 158949

I didn’t know.......my answer was right or wrong.

  • A. that
  • B. whenever
  • C. unless
  • D. whether
Câu 6
Mã câu hỏi: 158950

Your mother scarcely goes to dancing balls, .......?

  • A. has she
  • B. isn’t she
  • C. doesn’t she
  • D. does she
Câu 7
Mã câu hỏi: 158951

Now my father.......at night.

  • A. is used to working
  • B. used to work
  • C. was used to work
  • D. used to working
Câu 8
Mã câu hỏi: 158952

People convicted of murder in Britain are no longer.......to death.

  • A. sent
  • B. judged
  • C. sentenced
  • D. punished
Câu 9
Mã câu hỏi: 158953

The young men were.......guilty of shoplifting.

  • A.

    convicted

  • B. condemned
  • C. accused
  • D. found
Câu 10
Mã câu hỏi: 158954

A(n).......has been ordered into why so many safety rules were broken! Just before the accident occurred.

  • A. inquiry
  • B. query
  • C. research
  • D. search
Câu 11
Mã câu hỏi: 158955

The film-maker of “Cô Ba Sai Gon”, .......in the landscape of Hue, decided to make new one.

  • A. is interested
  • B. interested
  • C. was interested
  • D. interesting
Câu 12
Mã câu hỏi: 158956

The girl, .......father is a chef at a famous restaurant, cannot cook.

  • A. which
  • B. whose
  • C. who
  • D. whom
Câu 13
Mã câu hỏi: 158957

There was nothing they could do.......leave the car at the roadside where it had broken down.

  • A. but
  • B. than
  • C. unless
  • D. instead of
Câu 14
Mã câu hỏi: 158958

Cold temperatures, short growing seasons, and heavy snows prevent.......at high elevations.

  • A. trees to grow
  • B. trees growth
  • C. the growth of trees
  • D. trees to be grown
Câu 15
Mã câu hỏi: 158959

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

My brother says that he only enjoys to watch Sydney from the skywalk

  • A. to watch
  • B. only
  • C. skywalk
  • D. says
Câu 16
Mã câu hỏi: 158960

In England, young and old people are fond for watching football.

  • A. are
  • B. for
  • C. young
  • D. In
Câu 17
Mã câu hỏi: 158961

The children are boring with watching the same programme everyday.

  • A. watching
  • B. same
  • C. boring
  • D. The
Câu 18
Mã câu hỏi: 158962

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

Dad finished his meal. He left for work immediately.

  • A. As soon as Dad had finished his meal, he left for work immediately.
  • B. As soon as Dad left for work immediately, he finished his meal
  • C. As having finished his meal, Dad left for work immediately.
  • D. Dad left for work immediately as soon as he finished his meal.
Câu 19
Mã câu hỏi: 158963

The boy is talking to a girl with golden hair. He is my best friend.

  • A. The boy, whom a girl with golden hair is talking to, is my best friend.
  • B. The boy, who is talking to a girl with golden hair, is my friend.
  • C. My best friend is the boy, who is talking to a girl with golden hair.
  • D. The boy talking to a girl with golden hair is my best friend.
Câu 20
Mã câu hỏi: 158964

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 20 to 26.

DANGEROUS JOURNEY

  It's an astounding feat: Every summer, three billion birds of some 300 species-songbirds, waterbirds, and many others- migrate from northern Africa to Europe and Asia. In the winter, they return to Africa’s warmer shores. As they travel from one place to another, they navigate using the sun, the stars, smells, and land forms to help them find their way.

  Both large and small birds travel thousands of kilometers, often stopping at locations along the way to rest. In late fall in the northern hemisphere, for example, golden orioles fly from northern to southern Europe, and then cross the Mediterranean Sea into Africa. The birds often stop at different oases in northern Africa before flying almost 1,600 kilometers (over 1,000 miles) across the Sahara Desert and then on to central and southern Africa.

  The birds migration is long and difficult, and some of the animals inevitably die during each trip. However, it is not this twice-a-year journey that poses the greatest risk to these animals. The main threat to the birds' survival comes from human hunters. All over the Mediterranean, millions of migrating birds are killed for food, profit, and sport every year. As a result, bird populations are dropping all over the region.

  In nations along the Mediterranean, many migratory birds are illegally trapped or shot. In addition to traps, hunters also use electronic calls to catch birds. This tool, which a hunter can operate from a cell phone, mimics bird sounds and is very effective in attracting the animals-so effective that in some countries, bird populations have plummeted. “There are no birds," says one Albanian man. "We walk for hours without seeing any. It's really scary." Some hunters also use nets to capture birds as they fly close to the sea. The nets are high-going from ground level to just over 3 meters (11 feet)- and invisible to the birds, allowing hunters to trap hundreds of birds at a time.

  Working for Change

   Countries all over the Mediterranean are aware that bird populations are in danger, and many are working to address this problem. In the European Union, hunting migratory birds is illegal in some countries, while in others, it is strictly controlled-the birds can only be hunted at a certain time of year. This hasn’t completely stopped bird poaching in Europe, but more nature-protection groups are making sure that laws are obeyed. The organization WWW Italy, for example, works with volunteers to stop poachers and destroy birdsong devices that attract birds. This has been successful in many places throughout the country. Sicily, for example, was once a hot spot for illegal bird hunting. Today, it has mostly eliminated poaching, and birdwatching is becoming popular on the island.

  Across the Mediterranean, another group-Nature Conservation Egypt-is working to increase protection of its country’s natural scenery and wildlife, including its migratory birds. As part of a current project, the organization is trying to promote activities such as eco-tourism along the coasts. The hope is that, as more tourists come to visit

protected natural areas, there will be an incentive to care for the birds and their habitats. If this happens, say conservationists, bird populations will quickly return to normal.

  Wildlife organizations around the Mediterranean are helping to bring about change. Hunting bans are working, says Martin Schneider-Jacoby, a bird specialist for the German organization EuroNatur. But there is still more to do. Conservationists hope to stop hunting and restore bird habitats all over the Mediterranean. If this can be done, the birds' numbers will increase. There’s a long way to go. Schneider-Jacoby says, but like an oasis in the desert after a long journey, there is hope.

This reading is mainly about.......

  • A. how tourism is causing a drop in bird population
  • B. how birds are being hunted worldwide
  • C. dangers to migrating birds in the Mediterranean
  • D. problems caused by migrating birds
Câu 21
Mã câu hỏi: 158965

The purpose of the first paragraph is to describe.......

  • A. how many birds travel large distances to and from Africa
  • B. how migrating birds are able to use stars as a tool for navigation
  • C. why some birds migrate while others do not
  • D. why bird numbers are starting to drop in the Mediterranean
Câu 22
Mã câu hỏi: 158966

Why has bird-watching become popular in Sicily?

  • A. Birdsong devices are attracting more birds to the area.
  • B. There is now very little poaching of birds.
  • C. Some extremely rare birds have been seen in Sicily.
  • D. The weather has changed and become more pleasant.
Câu 23
Mã câu hỏi: 158967

Which of these statements would Martin Schneider-Jacoby probably agree with the most?

  • A. It’s likely that bird populations will continue to decrease.
  • B. More countries need to ban hunting to restore bird numbers.
  • C. The only way to increase bird populations is to allow limited hunting.
  • D. There needs to be more protection of desert oases.
Câu 24
Mã câu hỏi: 158968

What is Nature Conservation Egypt doing to protect the birds?

  • A. banning birdsong devices
  • B. eliminating hunting
  • C. allowing hunting only at a certain time
  • D. promoting eco-tourism
Câu 25
Mã câu hỏi: 158969

What is the biggest danger to migrating birds?

  • A. crossing the Sahara Desert
  • B. lack of food
  • C. storms in the Mediterranean
  • D. being hunted by humans
Câu 26
Mã câu hỏi: 158970

Which of these is NOT mentioned as a way of attracting and catching birds?

  • A. bird calls
  • B. traps
  • C. offering food
  • D. nets
Câu 27
Mã câu hỏi: 158971

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning tothe underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

People are more inclined to put their hands in their pockets to help children.

  • A. boast of riches
  • B. count on money for life
  • C. give money to charity
  • D. sane money for later use
Câu 28
Mã câu hỏi: 158972

The meeting began with the passing the hat around.

  • A. collecting money for charity
  • B. electing the chairman
  • C. asking for new opinion
  • D. sharing personal ideas
Câu 29
Mã câu hỏi: 158973

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions

Ask Tina to cook the meal? Come off it, she can hardly boil an egg!

  • A. No way!
  • B. Hurray!
  • C. Bless you!
  • D. Go ahead!
Câu 30
Mã câu hỏi: 158974

There are 348 people on the books at the cement works.

  • A. employed
  • B. given pay
  • C. made redundant
  • D. awarded
Câu 31
Mã câu hỏi: 158975

Indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position primary stress: generalize, comfortable, maternity, beautifully

  • A. generalize
  • B. comfortable
  • C. maternity
  • D. beautifully
Câu 32
Mã câu hỏi: 158976

Indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position primary stress: wonderful, attendance , enjoyment, detective

  • A. wonderful
  • B. attendance
  • C. enjoyment
  • D. detective
Câu 33
Mã câu hỏi: 158977

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 33 to 40.

WHAT MAKES AN OLYMPIC CHAMPION?

  How does a person become an Olympic champion-someone capable of winning the gold? In reality, a combination of biological, environmental, and psychological factors, as well as training and practice, all go into making a super athlete.

  Perhaps the most important factor involved in becoming an elite athlete is genetics. Most Olympic competitors are equipped with certain physical characteristics that differentiate them from the average person. Take an elite athlete's muscles, for example. In most human skeletal muscles (the ones that make your body move), there are fast-twitch fibers and slow-twitch fibers. Fast-twitch fibers help us move quickly.

  Olympic weightlifters. for example, have a large number of fast-twitch fibers in their muscles-many more than the average person. These allow them to lift hundreds of kilos from the ground and over their heads in seconds.

  Surprisingly, a large, muscular body is not the main requirement to do well in this sport. It is more important to have a large number of fast-twitch fibers in the muscles.

  The legs of an elite marathon runner, on the other hand, might contain up to 90 percent slow-twitch muscle fibers. These generate energy efficiently and enable an athlete to control fatigue and keep moving for a longer period of time. When we exercise long or hard, it's common to experience tiredness, muscle pain, and difficulty breathing. These feelings are caused when the muscles produce high amounts of lactate and can't remove it quickly enough. Athletes with many slow-twitch muscle fibers seem to be able to clear the lactate from their muscles faster as they move. Thus, the average runner might start to feel discomfort halfway into a race. A trained Olympic athlete, however, might not feel pain until much later in the competition for some Olympic competitors, size is important. Most male champion swimmers are 180 cm (six feet) or taller, allowing them to reach longer and swim faster. For both male and female gymnasts, though, a smaller size and body weight mean they can move

with greater ease, and are less likely to suffer damage when landing on the floor from a height of up to 4.5 meters (15 feet).

  Some athletes' abilities are naturally enhanced by their environment. Those raised at high altitudes in countries such as Kenya, Ethiopia, and Morocco have blood that is rich in hemoglobin. Large amounts of hemoglobin carry oxygen around the body faster, enabling these athletes to run better. Cultural factors also help some athletes do well at certain sports. Tegla Loroupe, a young woman from northern Kenya, has won several marathons. She attributes some of her success to her country's altitude (she trains at about 2,400 meters, or 8,000 feet) and some to her cultural background. As a child, she had to run ten kilometers to school every day. “I'd be punished if I was late," she says.

  Although genetics, environment, and even culture play a part in becoming an elite athlete, training and practice are needed to succeed. Marathon runners may be able to control fatigue and keep moving for long periods of time, but they must train to reach and maintain their goals. Weightlifters and gymnasts perfect their skills by repeating the same motions again and again until they are automatic. Greg Louganis, winner of four Olympic diving gold medals, says divers must train the same way to be successful: "You have less than three seconds from takeoff until you hit the water, so it has to be reflex. You have to repeat the dives hundreds, maybe thousands, of times.”

  Training this way requires an athlete to be not only physically fit but psychologically healthy as well. "They have to be," says Sean McCann, a sports psychologist at the Olympic Training Center in the U.S. ‘‘Otherwise, they couldn’t handle the training loads we put on them. [Athletes] have to be good at setting goals, generating energy when they need it, and managing anxiety "

  How do athletes adjust to such intense pressure? Louganis explains how he learned to control his anxiety during a competition: "Most divers think too much…," he says. "They're too much in their heads. What worked for me was humor. I remember thinking about what my mother would say if she saw me do a bad dive. She'd probably just compliment me on the beautiful splash.

What is this reading mainly about?

  • A. the size of a super athlete
  • B. factors that make someone a super athlete
  • C. the different muscle types of a super athlete
  • D. how to qualify for the Olympics
Câu 34
Mã câu hỏi: 158978

The word more in line 9 refers to.......

  • A. muscles
  • B. fast-twitch fibers
  • C. Olympic weightlifters
  • D. average people
Câu 35
Mã câu hỏi: 158979

When lactate builds up in their muscles, people feel.......

  • A. dizziness
  • B. pain
  • C. strength
  • D. energy
Câu 36
Mã câu hỏi: 158980

What is the main idea of the sixth paragraph (“Although genetics…”)?

  • A. Marathon runners must train hard to succeed.
  • B. Genetics is an important part of athletic success.
  • C. Divers must train to be successful.
  • D. Success in sports comes from a lot of practice
Câu 37
Mã câu hỏi: 158981

What advantage do athletes from high-altitude countries have?

  • A. more muscles in their legs
  • B. hemoglobin-rich blood
  • C. lower amounts of lactate in their muscles
  • D. a strong sense of culture
Câu 38
Mã câu hỏi: 158982

What statement would diver Greg Louganis probably agree with?

  • A. Athletes cannot perform well unless they are under pressure
  • B. It’s important to joke around with your teammates before you perform any sport
  • C. A professional athlete should never feel anxiety
  • D. It’s key to practice and train hard, but try not to take things too seriously.
Câu 39
Mã câu hỏi: 158983

The word differentiate is closest in meaning to.......

  • A. distinguish
  • B. similarize
  • C. make even
  • D. equalize
Câu 40
Mã câu hỏi: 158984

Having a lot of slow-twitch muscle fibers is particularly important for.......

  • A. divers
  • B. cyclists
  • C. weightlifters
  • D. table tennis players
Câu 41
Mã câu hỏi: 158985

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 41 to 45.

   How would you like to attend a university that teaches you how to find inner peace in stressful times, or how to be happy without ...(41)... money? For many  students, doing a degree not only opens their minds to new academic ideas, but also to new ways of living as they meet people from different backgrounds and live independently at the same time. But why not address lifestyle choices in the lecture theatre too? That’s the philosophy at Alfred University in New York, USA, where optional seminar-style classes in recent years ...(42)... Movement and Stillness: Yoga and Meditation; Happiness and Stinginess, and the Good Life on a Dollar a Day. The latter ...(43)... on the idea that capitalist society was built on a lie - that you will be happy if you spend money. Alfred students have also studied the reasons behind the success of popular culture hits such as the Harry Potter books and the TV show The Sopranos in the sessions, which are held in the evening. The classes have been popular with students. One ...(44)... that they created an environment where learning for fun was put first, while another said he enjoyed ...(45)... around people who knew not to  take life too seriously, but took their studies seriously.

(41)..................

  • A. earning
  • B. making
  • C. spending
  • D. saving
Câu 42
Mã câu hỏi: 158986

(42)..................

  • A. including
  • B. adding
  • C. together
  • D. with
Câu 43
Mã câu hỏi: 158987

(43)....................

  • A. focused
  • B. relied
  • C. based
  • D. centered
Câu 44
Mã câu hỏi: 158988

(44)....................

  • A. told
  • B. spoke
  • C. meant
  • D. said
Câu 45
Mã câu hỏi: 158989

(45)..................

  • A. collecting
  • B. being
  • C. going
  • D. turning
Câu 46
Mã câu hỏi: 158990

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

In a ball room.

~ Chuck: “What do you think of horror films?”

~ Phil: “.............”

  • A. I haven’t seen them for a long time.
  • B. I just saw a film last night.
  • C. Oh, I find them really disgusting.
  • D. Oh, my god!
Câu 47
Mã câu hỏi: 158991

At a café.

~ Joe: "............."

~ Todd: “Classical music.”

  • A. What kind of music do you like?
  • B. How many kinds of music do you know?
  • C. Do you like pop music?
  • D. How often to you listen to music?
Câu 48
Mã câu hỏi: 158992

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.

Choosing a suitable job is really important to adolescents.

  • A. Choosing a suitable job for adolescents is a really important affair.
  • B. The choice of a suitable job for adolescents is really important.
  • C. It is of great importance for adolescents to choose a suitable job.
  • D. It is really important to choose a suitable job for adolescents.
Câu 49
Mã câu hỏi: 158993

Nobody apart from my sister thought I would win the scholarship.

  • A. Nobody thought I would win the scholarship and nor did my sister.
  • B. I would win the scholarship, which my sister hadn’t thought of before.
  • C. My sister was the only person who thought I would win the scholarship.
  • D. Everyone including my sister thought I would win the scholarship.
Câu 50
Mã câu hỏi: 158994

The headmaster made him stay behind after class.

  • A. The headmaster had him stay behind his class room.
  • B. After class he was made to stay behind the headmaster.
  • C. He was made to stay behind after class by the headmaster.
  • D. He was made to follow the headmaster after leaving the class.

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