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  1. ĐỀ 01: Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. Question 1: A. boxes B. washes C. watches D. goes Question 2: A. fly B. hobby C. energy D. ordinary Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from that of the others. Question 3: A. novel B. poet C. equal D. unique Question 4: A. primary B. religion C. tropical D. friendliness Choose the word/ phrase (A, B, C, D) that best fits the space in each sentence. Question 5: The train ___half an hour ago. A. has been leaving B. left C. has left D. had left Question 6: Vietnamese people are very ___. A. friend B. friendless C. friendly D. friendship Question 7: Maryam was really ___by the beauty of Ha Noi. A. impressed B. impress C. impression D. impressive Question 8: Nam wanted to know what time___ A. does the movie begin B. did the movie begin C. the movie begins D. the movie began Question 9: Linda likes wearing___clothes because they look so beautiful. A. colour B. colourfully C. colourful D. colourless Question 10: - A: Could you show me the way to ___city center. – B: Turn right. Then turn left. A. the B. a C. an D. no article Question 11: John gave you the book yesterday, ___? A. did he B. didn’t he C. did John D. didn’t it Question 12: Children get a lot of “lucky money” ___New Year’s Day. A. on B. for C. since D. by Question 13: Can you ___the light? It is getting dark. A. go on B. go off C. turn off D. turn on Question 14: Thang has applied for a ___in a new company. A. career B. work C. job D. task 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 Question 15. Jane invites Mary to go to the cinema. - Jane: “Would you like to go to the cinema with me this weekend?” - Mary: “___.” A. Yes, I’d love to. B. Yes, I do C. I agree with you D. Yes, it is Question 16: Peter has just passed the driving test. - Tony: Let me congratulate you on the driving test with high results. - Peter: ___. A. Yes, we do. B. That’s very kind of you C. No, we don’t D. That’s a good idea. Read the following letter and choose the option (A, B, C, D) to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks. Singapore is an island city of about three million people. It’s a beautiful city with lots of parks and open spaces. It’s also a very (1) ___city. Most of the people (2) ___in high-rise flats in different parts of the island. The business district is very modern with lots of high new office buildings. Singapore also (3) ___some nice older sections. In Chinatown, there are rows of old shop houses. The government buildings in Singapore are very beautiful and date from the colonial days. Singapore is famous (4) ___its shops and restaurants. There are many good shopping centers. Most of the goods are duty free. Singapore’s restaurants sell Chinese, Indian, Malay and European food, and the prices are quite reasonable. Question 17: A. large B. dirty C. small D. clean Question 18: A. modern B. modernize C. modernization D. modernly Question 19: A. have B. has C. had D. will have Question 20: A. in B. on C. at D. for Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each of the following questions If you enjoy cycling for pleasure, doing it in London can be a shock. There are not enough lanes especially for bikes, and making your way through the traffic can be very risky. But if you have great passion, cycling in London can be exciting, and it is an inexpensive way of keeping fit if you live there. Some cyclists don’t mind spending a lot of money on expensive bikes. However, if you just want a basic bike that is only for occasional
  2. use, there are many cheap choices. Several markets have cheap bikes on sale which may not be impressive to look at but should be satisfactory. You should buy a cycling helmet if you want to cycle in London. Wearing a cycling helmet is not compulsory in Britain, but it is a good idea to wear one for protection. Question 21: What is the main idea of the passage? A. Cycling helmetsB. Cheap bicycles C. Bicycle marketsD. Cycling in London Question 22: According to the passage, cycling in London is A. easyB. difficultC. tiringD. boring Question 23: The word “it” in line 3 refers to A. cyclingB. passionC. excitementD. doing exercise Question 24: According to the passage, all the followings are true EXCEPT that A. It is compulsory to wear a helmet when cycling in Britain. B. Some bikes in London are cheap. C. There are not many lanes especially for bikes. D. Some cyclists don’t want to buy expensive bikes. Choose the underlined part (A, B, C, D) that needs correcting. Question 25: Miss Linda, whom is so kind, is my old best friend. A BC D Question 26: Mr. Jones likes watching action movies and go out with his friends in the weekend A B C D Question 27: Last night, I went to bed early because of I was very tired. A B C D Question 28: The movie on TV last night made me feel boring A B C D Complete the sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one. Question 29. If someone doesn’t put the coal in, the fire will go out. Unless___ Question 30: They send two million books to America every year. Two ___ ___ Question 31: This book is more beautiful than that blue one That blue book is ___ Question 32: I started to play the piano as a musician for a local music band five years ago I have___ Combine the sentences with the given word(s) in brackets! Question 33: The man is my new boss. He is talking to the lady over there. (who) Question 34: It rains today. I won’t go camping with you. (If) ĐỀ 2 Choose the word (A, B, C, D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. Question 1. A. misses B. catches C. washes D. cooks Question 2. A. family B. symbolize C. crazily D. happily Choose the word (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from that of the others. Question 3. A. picnic B. water C. amount D. plastic Question 4. A. vacation B. century C. friendly D. million Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 5. A disastrous earthquake ___ in Ecuador two weeks ago. A. happens B. happened C. is happening D. will happen Question 6. Mary was really ___ by the beauty of Hanoi. A. impress B. impression C. impressive D. impressed Question 7. I suggest ___ up the beach. A. clean B. to clean C. cleaning D. cleaned Question 8. Mr. Long said that he___ in Ho Chi Minh City. A. will live B. is living C. has lived D. lived Question 9. I’m very ___ that you have won the first prize.
  3. A. excite B. excited C. exciting D. excitedly Question 10. She hasn’t play ___ badminton for a long time. A. a B. an C. the D. no article Question 11. Your sister works in a foreign company, ___she? A.isn’t B. didn’t C.wasn’t D. doesn’t Question 12. An Giang will have temperatures ___ 24oC and 33oC tomorrow. A. at B. between C. in D. with Question 13. Mrs. Mai forgot to ___ the faucet when she left for work. A. turn up B. turn down C. turn on D. turn off Question 14. If he had enough money, he ___ a new car. A. would buy B. bought C. buys D. will buy Question 15. “I think we should take a shower instead of a bath to save energy. ” –“ ___ ” A. Great! Don’t do that. B. Well done! C. That’s a good idea. D. OK. I don’t want to. Question 16. Mother: “That’s a delicious cake, Quyen!” Quyen: “___” A. Great idea! B. Thanks, mom! C. Not at all. D. That’s right! Read the following passage and choose the option A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks New Year is one of the most important (17)___ in the United States. On New Year's Eve, most people go to the parties. At twelve o'clock (18)___ night, everyone says "Happy New Year" and they wish their friends and relatives good luck. New Year's Eve is usually a long night to this holiday children dress as witches, ghosts or others. Most children go from house to house asking for candy or fruit. (19)___ the people at the house do not give them candy, the children will (20)___ a trick on them. But this hardly ever happens. Many people give them candy or fruit. Question 17. A. festivals B. meetings C. contests D. courses Question 18. A. on B. at C. in D. for Question 19. A. Whether B. So C. Although D. If Question 20. A. say B. tell C. play D. speak Read the passage below and choose the best answer (A, B, C or D): Garbage is a serious problem in the U.S. Every year, Americans produce about 308 billion pounds of garbage. A lot of the garbage goes to the landfills. But many landfills do not have room for all the garbage. One talk to the garbage problem is recycling. Half of all the garbage in the U.S can be recycled and use again. Recycling helps the landfills problem and saves enough energy too. When people recycle newspapers, they save trees. When they recycle glass, plastic or cans, they save oil and electricity. Recycling is good for everything. Question 21. How many pounds of garbage do Americans produce every year? A. about 208 billion pounds of garbage. B. about 308 billion tons of garbage. C. about 308 billion pounds of garbage. D. about 308 million pounds of garbage. Question 22. The phrase “the U.S.” in the line stands for A. United nations B. Americans C. the United states D. United Kingdom Question 23. What does recycling help? A. the garbage problem B. the landfills problem and saves enough energy C. to save energy D. the garbage problem and recycling Question 24. When they recycle glass, plastic or cans, they can save A. everything B. oil and gas C. energy D. oil and electricity Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions. Question 25. The typhoon may damage the water pipes who supply water to our home. A B C D Question 26. You are healthy if you go to bed early. A B C D Question 27. Because the book was expensive, my brother decided to buy it. A B C D Question 28. I was so boring that I didn’t want to do anything yesterday A B C D Complete the sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one
  4. Question 29. Unless you speak loudly, he won’t hear you. If you ___. Question 30. Many students have received this scholarship since 2004 This scholarship___ Question This ruler isn’t as cheap as that one. That ruler___ Question We visited our old school 5 years ago. We haven’t ___ Combine each pair of sentences into one by using the word in brackets. Question 33 The teacher is loved by all students. He is considerate and generous. (who) ___ Question 34 That woman doesn’t come here on time. She will lost her job. ( If ) ___ ĐỀ 3 Choose the word (A, B, C, D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. (0.5 point) Question 1: A. hours B. fathers C. dreams D. thinks Question 2: A. dead B. scream C. meat D. heat Choose the word (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from the others. (0.5 point) Question 3: A. creature B. funnel C. typhoon D. faucet Question 4: A. wonderful B. effective C. ordinary D. marvelous Choose the word/ phrase (A, B, C, D) that best fits the space in each sentence. (2.5 points) Question 5: My father___for the car factory since 1995. A. worked B. was working C. has worked D. is working Question 6: The Internet is a very fast way to get___. A. inform B. informationC. informatic D. informative Question 7: My grandmother used to ___us folktales. A. tell B. to tell C. told D. telling Question 8: Mr. Long said that he___in Ho Chi Minh City. A. has lived B. lives C. will live D. lived Question 9: She felt very___because of her good result. A. happy B. happiness C. happily D. unhappy Question 10: An Giang province is located to___west of the Mekong Delta. A. a B. an C. the D. no article Question 11: Your sister works in a foreign company, ___she? A. isn’t B. doesn’t C. wasn’t D. didn’t Question 12: Tomorrow the director will have a meeting___8:00 am to 10:00 am. A. between B. from C. among D. in Question 13: We should___all the lights before going out. A. turn down B. turn up C. turn on D. turn off Question 14: He has many good qualities. He is nice, friendly and___. A. lazy B. impolite C. sociable D. stuborn 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. (0.5 point) Question 15: Peter and Mary are attending a party. - Peter: “Would you like a piece of cake?” – Mary: “___”. A. Yes, I would. B. Yes, I do like. C. Yes, please D. Yes, of course. Question 16: "Mum. I’ve got 600 on the TOEFL test" - "___" A. Good way! B. You are right. C. Oh, hard luck! D. Good job! Read the following letter and choose the option phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks. (1.0 point) Last week I went to an International Food Festival taking place in Hai Phong. Because the festival only took place for one day, hundreds of people crowded into it. It was the (17) ___food festival I had ever seen. There are thirty countries participation in the festival. They brought with them traditional specialities which reflected their unique national (18) ___. I was really impressed by the Cobb salad. It is an American garden salad (19) ___from chopped salad greens, tomato, bacon, chicken breast, hard-boiled egg, avocado, cheese, and red-wine vinaigrette. (20) ___the salad requires quite a few ingredients, it is not quick to make.
  5. Question 17: A. smallest B. big C. biggest D. small Question 18: A. cooking B. food C. foods D. cuisine Question 19: A. make B. made C. making D. to make Question 20: A. Because B. But C. Although D. So Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each of the following questions. (1.0 point) After inventing dynamite, Swedish-born Alfred Nobel became a very rich man. However, he foresaw its universally destructive powers too late. Nobel preferred not to be remembered as the inventor of dynamite, so in 1895, just two weeks before his death, he created a fund to be used for awarding prizes to people who had made worthwhile contributions to mankind. Originally there were five awards literature, physics, chemistry, medicine and peace. Economics was added in 1968, just sixty-seven years after the first awards ceremony. Nobel’s original legacy of nine million dollars was invested, and the interest on this sum is used for the awards which vary from $30,000 to $125,000. Every year on December 10, the anniversary of Nobel’s death, the awards are presented to the winners. Sometimes politics plays an important role in the judges’ decisions. Americans have won numerous science awards, but relatively few literature prizes. No awards were presented from 1940 to 1942 at the beginning of World War II. Some people have won two prizes, but this is rare; others have shared their prizes. Question 21. All of the following statements are true EXCEPT: A. awards vary in monetary value. B. ceremonies are held on December 10 to commemorate Nobel’s invention. C. politics plays an important role in selecting the winners. D. a few individuals have won two awards. Question 22. The passage implies that Nobel’s profession was in ___ A. economics B. medicine C. literature D. science Question 23. The word “worthwhile” is closest in meaning to ___ A. economic B. prestigious C. valuable D. trivial Question 24. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Alfred Nobel became very rich when he invented dynamite. B. Alfred Nobel created awards in six categories for contributions to humanity. C. Alfred Nobel left all his money to science. D. Alfred Nobel made lasting contribution to humanity. Choose the underlined part (A, B, C, D) that needs correcting. (1.0 point) Question 25: The boy who is sitting next to the window are my close friend. A B C D Question 26: When my cat heard a noise in the bushes, she stopped moving and listen intently A B C D Question 27: Although he has a very important job, but he isn’t particularly well-paid. A B C D Question 28: This is the most interested movie that I have ever seen. A B C D Complete the sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one. (2.0 points) Question 29: If she doesn’t come here, we will go without her.  Unless___ Question 30: They will build a new museum in the city.  A new museum___ Question 31: She can’t cook meals as well as her mother.  Her mother ___ Question 32: It’s ten years since I last saw my form teacher.  I haven’t ___ Combine two sentences with the given word(s) in brackets. (1.0 point) Question 33: My sister is an intelligent student. She always get good grades at school. (who) ___ Question 34: He doesn’t eat anything. He will be hungry. (If) ___ Đề 04
  6. Choose the word (A, B, C, D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. (0.5 point) Question 1: A. proofs B. books C. points D. days Question 2: A. prevent B. suggest C. meteor D. separate Choose the word (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from that of the others. (0.5 point) Question 3: A. garbage B. parade C. collapse D. typhoon Question 4: A. pollution B. energy C. tornado D. consumer Choose the word/phrase (A, B, C, D) that best fits the space in each sentence. (3.0 points) Question 5: My father ___for the car factory since 1995. A. worked B. was working C. has worked D. is working Question 6: The children felt___when their mother was coming back home. A. excitement B. excitedly C. excited D. exciting Question 7: Don't forget___the door when you go out. A. locking B. for locking C. to lock D. lock Question 8: He said he___come back later. A. will be B. will C. would be D. would Question 9: He found the visit to the gallery quite___ A. depressing B. depressed C. depress D. depresses Question 10: Would you like to hear ___story about an English scientist? A. the B. an C. a D. no article Question 11: The air-hostess knows the time she has been here, ___? A. does she B. doesn’t she C. isn’t it D. did she Question 12: Was your new English teacher born___1976? A. on B. in C. at D. since Question 13: Please ___your cigarette. I’m allergic to smoke. A. put in B. put off C. put up D. put out Question 14: Buckingham Palace is a major tourist___ A. attraction B. entertainment C. construction D. accommodation Question 15: Two office workers are talking at work during the break time. - An: “Let's go out for some coffee now.” - Peter: “ ” A. That's a fine day B. That's a good trip C. Yes, please D. That's a good idea Question 16: Mary is at Mai’s birthday party. - Mary: “What a delicious cake!” - Mai: “ ” A. No, I don't think so. C. Thanks, I'm glad you like it. B. I'd prefer it very much D. I’m sorry. I did it badly. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks. (1.0 point) Tet is a national and family festival. It is an occasion for every Vietnamese to have a good time while thinking about the last year and the next year. At Tet, spring fairs (17) . organized, streets and public buildings are brightly decorated and almost all shops are (18) .with people shopping for Tet. At home, everything is tidied, special food is cooked, offerings of food, fresh water, flowers and betel are made on the family altar’ with burning joss-sticks scenting the air. First-footing is made when the first visitor comes and children are given lucky money wrapped (19) a red tiny envelope. Tet is also time for peace and love. During Tet, children often behave (20) and friends, relatives and neighbors give each other best wishes for the new year. Question 17: A. is B. was C. are D. will be Question 18: A. called B. decorated C. organized D. crowded Question 19: A. on B. in C. for D. at Question 20: A. badly B. bad C. well D. good Read the passage carefully, then circle the best answer (A, B, C or D). (1.0 point) Ted Robinson has been worried all the week. Last Tuesday he received a letter from the local police. In the letter he was asked to call the station. Ted wondered why he was wanted by the police but he went to the station yesterday, and now he is not worried any more. At the station, he was told by a smiling policeman that his bicycle had been found. Five clays ago, the policeman told him, the bicycle was picked up in a small village four hundred miles away. It is now being sent to his home by train. Ted was most surprised when he heard the news.
  7. He was amused too, because he never expected the bicycle to be found. It was stolen twenty years ago when Ted was a boy of fifteen! Question 21: What happened to Ted last week? A. He lost his bicycle. B. He received a letter from his friend. C. He called the local police. D. He was asked to go to the local police station. Question 22. The policeman who met Ted at the station was A. friendly B. impolite C. generous D. reserved Question 23. Where was the bicycle found? A. At the station B. In a village C. On the train D. In a city Question 24. Ted was surprised when he heard the news because A. his bicycle was found five days ago. B. he believed that the police would find his bicycle. C. he didn't think his bicycle would be found. D. his bicycle is being sent to his home by train. Choose the underlined part (A, B, C, D) that needs correcting. (1.0 point) Question 25. She have played as a professional tennis player since 1990s. A B C D Question 26. Many people believe that New York is the most great city in America. A B C D Question 27. Despite of the heavy snow, she went out for some coffee. A B C D Question 28. The holiday was so disappointed that we decided to ask for our money back. A B C D Complete the sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one. (2.0 points) Question 29: Unless it rains, I will go for a walk with you. => If . Question 30: A group of three young Vietnamese has built a new online library website. => A new online library website . Question 31: That action movie was more thrilling than this honor one. => This horror movie is Question 32: She has not visited her grandparents for 3 months. => She last Combine the two sentences with the given words in bracket. (1.0 point) Question 33: The man is a famous writer. He has just left the hall. (Who) => ___ Question 34: Someone doesn’t put the coal in. The fire will go out. (If) => ___ Đề 05 Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: Question 1: A. talks B. hopes C. laughs D. levels Question 2: A. private B. irrigate C. guidance D. environment Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from that of the others: Question 3: A. account B. compare C. typhoon D. notice Question 4: A. innovation B. effectively C. efficiency D. communicate Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C, or D) that best completes each sentence: Question 5: He to Ha Noi ten days ago. A. has gone B. went C. was going D. goes Question 6: His classmates love him because he is very A. friend B. friendly C. friendship D. more friendly Question 7: My grandmother used to us folktales. A. tells B. told C. telling D. tell Question 8: She asked him where he from. A. was B. is C. were D. has been Question 9: She broke the vase because she was A. careful B. carefully. C. careless D. carelessly Question 10: Her father is English teacher. A. a B. an C. the D. No article Question 11: Your father doesn't work in a bank, he?
  8. A. is B. isn't C. does D. doesn't Question 12: I was delighted my presents. A. at B. in C. with D. of Question 13: Remember to turn . the light when leaving the office. A. off B. up C. for D. on Question 14: The car he has just bought is very expensive. A. who B. whose C. whom. D. which Choose the letter (A, B, C, or D) to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges: Question 15: Lan and Hoa are at the airport. Lan: “Bye!” - Hoa: “ ” A. See you lately B. Thank you C. Meet you again D. See you later Question 16: Two students are talking about their plan. - A: “Would you like to go camping with me next Sunday?” - B: “ ” A. Yes, I’d love to B. Yes, please C. No, thanks D. Yes, I would Choose the underlined part (A, B, C, or D) that needs correcting: Question 17: Lan and Hoa has known each other since 1983, haven't they? A B C D Question 18: If it rains this afternoon, I will stay at home and watching TV. A B C D Question 19: My sister broke the glass because her carelessness A B C D Question 20: Are you interesting in learning English? A B C D Choose the best option (A, B, C or D) to complete the passage below To really understand the culture, you must speak the language. There is a (21) to learn English all over the world now. It is true that English has become the (22) language of business, aviation and communication. (23) leading countries in the world speak English. If we know English, we can communicate and read books (24) English. We can learn and understand more about the modern technology and science from these advanced countries. Question 21: A. wish B. fashion C. trend D. habit Question 22: A. national B. regional C. local D. international Question 23: A. Most B. Few C. Much D. Little Question 24: A. by B. in C. with D. about Read the following passage, then choose the correct answer to each of the following questions: Well, I think that living in Bangkok is very exciting. I haven't lived here all my life. My family came here when I was three. But now it is my home. Nearly all my friends live here. It is our capital city, and very big. From morning till night there are crowds of people on the main streets. Some parts of the city are very noisy. I have a long journey to school every day, but I don't mind because it is so exciting. There is always something happening in the streets. There are all kinds of people selling things: fruit, flowers, cooked food, clothes - everything you can imagine. I really enjoy the excitement of the crowded streets and large modern buildings. I love walking around the streets on the weekend with some other boys from my class. Question 25: When did the writer move to Bangkok? A. When he was three months old. B. At the age of three. C. When he was in grade three. D. At the age of thirteen. Question 26: What does the word “main” in paragraph 2 mean? A. quiet B. minor C. major D clean Question 27: Why doesn’t the writer mind the long journey to his school? A. Because he travels by bus. B. Because he can enjoy cooked food. C. Because he is selling goods. D. Because he can see many interesting things in the streets. Question 28: Which of the following sentences is NOT true? A. The writer was born in Bangkok. B. Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand. C. The writer’s house is very far from his school. D. Most streets in Bangkok are crowded and busy.
  9. Complete the sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one: Question 29: If the man doesn’t arrive, we will start the conference without him. => Unless Question 30: My parents will sell the house in the country. => The house in the country . Question 31: That action movie was more thrilling than this horror one. => This horror movie is Question 32: We have learned English for 4 years. => We started Combine the two sentences with the given word in brackets: Question 33: That is a book. It is about wild animals. (which) Question 34: A lot of small fish will die. We don’t stop using electricity to catch fish. (if) Đề 06 Choose the word (A, B, C, D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. (0.5 pt) Question 1: A. helps B. laughs C. cooks D. finds Question 2: A. favorite B. exciting C. flashlight D. highland Choose the word (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from that of the others. (0.5 pt) Question 3: A. clever B. window C. water D. permit Question 4: A. passover B. volcano C. slavery D. charity Choose the word/phrase (A, B, C, D) that best fits the space in each sentence. (3.0 pts) Question 5: Tom ___ in the bank for 10 years since he graduated from University. A. worked B. has worked C. was working D. works Question 6: She felt very ___ because of her good result. A. happy B. happiness C. happily D. unhappy Question 7: I suggest that we should ___ the school principal. A. met B. to meet C. meeting D. meet Question 8: He asked the children ___ too much noise. A. not to make B. not making C. don't make D. if they don't make Question 9: Linda likes wearing ___ clothes. A. colour B. colourfully C. colourful D. colourless Question 10: Playing ___ game was one of his hobbies when he was a child. A. the B. an C. a D. no article Question 11: You have a ticket for the film,___? A. have you B. haven’t you C. do you D. don’t you Question 12: President of the United States of America Donald J. Trump visited to Hanoi, Vietnam, from November 11 ___12, 2017. A. to B. between C. on D. in Question 13: What are you looking ___? My picture book. I’ve lost it. A. on B. off C. in D. for Question 14: We are talking about the preservation of . resources. A. nature B. natural C. naturally D. naturalize Question 15: Lan:“___” Mai : “Yes, please.” A. Why don’t we go to coffee bar? B. Can you pass me the salt, please? C. Would you like a cup of coffee? D. Do you mind if I sit here? Question 16: Nam: “Can you believe that we will inhabit Mars in 20 years?” Lan: “___. But it is possible.” A. Cool B. Sounds interesting C. Great D. I am not sure about that Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks. (1.0 pt) Tet is a national and family festival. It is an occasion for every Vietnamese to have a good time while thinking about the last year and the next year. At Tet, spring fairs (17) ___ organized, streets and public buildings are brightly decorated and almost all shops are (18) ___ with people shopping for Tet. At home, everything is
  10. tidied, special food is cooked, offerings of food, fresh water, flowers and betel are made on the family altar with burning joss-sticks scenting the air. First-footing is made when the first visitor comes and children are given lucky money wrapped (19) ___ a red tiny envelope. Tet is also time for peace and love. During Tet, children often behave (20)___ and friends, relatives and neighbors give each other best wishes for the new year. Question 17: A. is B. was C. are D. will be Question 18: A. called B. decorated C. organized D. crowded Question 19: A. on B. in C. for D. at Question 20: A. badly B. bad C. well D. good Read the passage carefully, then circle the best answer (A, B, C or D). (1.0 pt) There are deserts all over the world. They can be found in Africa, China, South America, and North America. In some places, deserts are growing. This is a serious problem because deserts destroy farmland and ruin land where animals live. When people cannot grow food or find animals to eat, they have to leave their homes. Sometimes, nature can cause deserts to spread. Wind can move sand away from deserts and onto useful land. When there is no rain for a long time, plants die and deserts grow. However, human can also cause deserts to grow. This is called desertification, and it happens in many ways. One way is when people cause too much air pollution, which can make an area hotter. Hotter weather can reduce the amount of rain as well. Too many people in one area can also damage the land. In addition, having many animals can harm the land. When large animals like cows walk on soil too much, they turn it into dust. The wind easily blows this dust away. Trees help hold water in the ground. When people cut down too many trees, less water stays in the ground, and the soil is ruined. All of these things can speed up desertification. To stop deserts from growing, people must think of ways to treat the land better. Question 21: How do humans cause desert growth? A. By moving sand B. By causing pollution C. By planting trees D. By eating only vegetables Question 22:.Where are deserts found? A. All around the world B. On useful land C. The United States and China D. Africa and South America Question 23: How can humans stop desert growth? A. By cutting down trees B. By having fewer children C. By raising more cows D. By using bicycles less Question 24:Which is NOT a cause of desert growth? A. Many animals B. No rain C. Using land too much D. No wind Choose the underlined part (A, B, C, D) that needs correcting. (1.0 pt) Question 25: The quality of the recordings are not very good. A B C D Question 26: Campers often participate in fishing, hunting, swimming and to watch wildlife. A B C D Question 27: Despite Jane is only 10 years old, he cooks very well. A B C D Question 28: We are reading an interested book in the library this week. A B C D Complete the sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one. (2.0 pts) Question 29: If we don’t reduce the use of water and electricity, we’ll have to pay more this month.  Unless ___. Question 30: People spend a lot of money on clothes.  A lot of money ___. Question 31: That action movie is more thrilling than this horror one.  This horror movie is ___ Question 32:She last wrote to me seven months ago.  She hasn’t ___. Combine the two sentences with the given word(s) in brackets (1.0 pt) Question 33: A man has two daughters. He is the president of the USA. (who)  ___ Question 34: We pollute the water. We have no fresh water to use. (if)  ___
  11. Đề 07 Choose the option A,B,C or D whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: (0.5 mark) Question 1. A. looks B. moves C. gains D. plays Question 2. A. umbrella B. uniform C. uncle D. run Choose the option A, B, C or D whose main stress is placed differently from that of the others (0.5 mark) Question 3. A. reduce B. erupt C. replace D. movie Question 4. A. pollution B. collection C. celebration D. suggestion Choose the word/phrase A,B,C or D that best fits the space in each sentence: (2.5 marks) Question 5. My aunt ___ in the factory since she was 25 years old. A. has worked B. worked C. works D. was working Question 6. Most of them think that Vietnamese people are very ___. A. friend B. friendly C. friendliness D. friendship Question 7. I suggest ___ a picnic on the weekend. A. to have B. having C. had D. have Question 8: Mary said she ___ there the day before. A. is B. had been C. will be D. would be Question 9. He thought the visit to the gallery was ___. A. depressing B. depressed C. depress D. depression Question 10. We often watch ___ television in the evening. A. the B. a C. an D. no article Question 11. You don’t like tea, ___? A. do you B. don’t you C. does she D. doesn’t she Question 12. Tomorrow, the director will have a meeting ___ 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM. A. between B. during C. among D. from Question 13. ___ the radio for me, will you? I want to listen some English songs. A. turn left B. turn right C. turn on D. turn off Question 14. ___ is a festival which is decorated with colorful eggs. A. Passover B. Christmas C. Easter D. Thanksgiving 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 (0.5 mark) Question 15. Two office workers are talking at work during the break time. Peter: “Let's go out for some coffee now.” Tim: “___” A. That's a fine day B. That's a good trip C. Yes, please D. That's a good idea Question 16. Lan and Hoa are talking about the trip to Chau Doc city next week. Hoa: “ How far is it from Long Xuyen city to Chau Doc city?” Lan: “___” A. 60 kilometers B. One hour C. By bus D. 9 AM Read the following pasage and choose the option (A, B, C, or D) to indicate the corect word or pharse that best fits each of the numbered blanks: (1.0 mark) Taylor Swift is a country music star. She was born on December 13. 1989. She was born in Pennsylvania, USA. She is a singer and a (17) . Her music is a mix (18) country music and pop. She started playing the guitar when she was 12 years old. She writes songs and sings. When she was 11 years old, she moved to Nashville. In 2006 at the age of 16 she (19) her first album. Fans love her music and her (20) too. She is a fantastic musician and she is very beautiful and intelligent too. Taylor Swift is fantastic! Question 17. A. music B. composer C. musical D. compose Question 18. A. of B. in C. for D. with Question 19. A. released B. discharged C. escaped D. throw away Question 20. A. person B. personal C. personalize D. personality Read the following passage and choose the best answers to each of the following questions: (1.0 mark) Two popular traditions at Christmas are: decorating the home and singing the Christmas carols. The home is the center of the Christmas celebration. Inside, an evergreen tree is usually placed in the corner of the living room. Children and their parents wrap string of colorful lights around the tree, they hang ornaments on the branches. A star often crowns the top. Careful- wrapped gifts are placed beneath. Outside, families often string lights around the windows and wind light around trees and shrubs in the front yard. As the families decorate their homes, they often put on Christmas record. Almost every family has at least one
  12. favorite album. School children of all ages perform Christmas concerts for their parents and communities. On Christmas’ Eve, family members gather around Christmas tree to sing traditional songs such as Jingle bells and Silent night and then give presents to each other. Question 21. What is the popular traditions at Christmas? A. playing games with other. B. singing Christmas carols. C. eating Christmas pudding. D. drinking wine. Question 22. Where is the evergreen put? A. In the middle of the living room. B. In the middle of the bedroom. C. In the corner of the living room. D. In the corner of the bedroom. Question 23. How do they decorate on the top of the Christmas tree? A. They wrap string of colorful lights. B. They crown a star on the top. C. They hang ornaments. D. They wrapped gifts. Question 24. The word “ they” in the passage refers to___ ? A. the windows B. trees C. lights D. the families Choose the underlined part (A, B, C or D) that needs correcting. (1.0 mark ) Question 25. Florida, which is known to be the Sunshine State, attract many tourists every year. A B C D Question 26. Recycling helps the landfills problem and helping enough energy too. A B C D Question 27. Although loving her boyfriend very much, she decided to go abroad last year. A B C D Question 28. The boy was so frightening by the film that he couldn’t sleep last night. A B C D Complete the sentences so that it has similar meaning to the original one: (2.0 marks) Question 29. If you do not study hard, you will fail the exam. Unless___. Question 30. They have wrapped the package carefully since they posted it. The package ___. Question 31. Nowhere is more comfortable than my home. My home ___. Question 32. I began eating when it started to rain. I have___. Combine the two sentences with the given word(s) in brackets: (1.0 mark) Question 33. I will have enough money. I can buy a new house. (If) ___. Question 34. This girl is very friendly. She lived next door to us. (who) ___. Đề 8 Choose the option (A,B,C,D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the othes. Question 1. A. kilometers B. legs C. lets D. jeans Question 2. A. religion B. divide C. primary D. comprise Choose the option(A,B,C,D) whose main stress is placed differently from that of others Question 3. A. advice B.daughter C. pastime D. summer Question 4. A. redution B. popular C. financial D. romantic Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C, or D) that best fits the space in each sentence Question 5. He ___to Ha Noi ten days ago. A. has gone B. went C. was going D. goes Question 6. The children felt ___when their mother was coming back home. A. excitement B. excitedly C. excited D. exciting Question 7.I suggest ___a picnic on the weekend A. to have B. having C. had D. have Question 8. The teacher told his students ___laughing. A. stop B. stopping C. to stop D. stopped Question 9: They always do their work ___ A. care B. careful C. carefully D. careless Question 10 –“What does your father do?” -“He’s ___ engineer.
  13. A. a B. the C. an D. x Question 11. Nam didn’t go to school yesterday, ___? A. did he B. didn’t he C. did Nam D. didn’t Nam Question 12. My sister is very fond ___eating chocolate candy. A. at B. about C. of D. with Question 13. She’d love to go to the party, but she had to ___ the baby in the evening. A. look for B. look at C. look after D. look up Question 14. If you park your car in the wrong place, you must pay a(n) ___. A. ticket B. attention C. fee D. fine 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 Question 15: L an : I need a favor. Mai : ___ A. How can I help you? B. No. thank you. C. That’s very kind of you. D. Yes, please. Question 16 : Nam : I won’t play ball in the room. I promise. Nam’s mother : ___ A. I’m afraid not B. Don’t forget C. You’re welcome D. No, I don’t mind Read the following passage and choose the option ( A,B,C,D) to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks. SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) is a deadly disease. Science haven't found the (17)___of this disease. SARS is dangerous because it develops quickly. Patients normally have a high fever, a sore throat, and cough. Their body temperature is (18)___38°C. Antibiotics cannot cure SARS, and scientists are looking (19) ___ a vaccine to prevent the disease. Before they can find one, it is important to have a (20) ___lifestyle. You should keep fit, have plenty of fresh air, and eat lot foods with vitamin C. Question 17. A. reason B. cause C. source D. ground Question 18. A. above B. below C. more D. on Question 19. A. into B. up C. after D. for Question 20. A. healthy B. health C. healthily D. unhealthy Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each of the following questions. An increasing number of people are now going on holiday to Egypt. Last year, for example, about one and a half million tourists visited Egypt. The population of Egypt is about fifty million and the capital is El Qahira (Cairo), a busy city of just under nine million people. Although the weather is hot and dry and most of the country is desert, the average temperature from October to March is not too high. The most interesting sights are the pyramids at Giza. However, it is also pleasant to visit Alexandria, Port Said and several other places. Question 21.According to the passage, how many people visited Egypt last year ? A. 1 million B. 1.5 million C. 9 million D. 15 million Question 22. Cairo is ___ A. another name of Egypt B. a busy city of 50 million people C. the capital of Egypt D. the name of a pyramid Question 23. What does the word “desert” in line 5 mean ? A. a kind of meal B. large forest C. land surrounded by seas D. large area with sand Question 24. Which of the following sentences is NOT true ? A. more and more people go to Egypt on holiday. B. El Qahira has about 9 million inhabitants. C. It is hot and dry in Egypt. D. The temperature in October is highest in the year in Egypt. Choose the underlined part (A,B,C,D)that needs correcting. Question 25. I was very exciting when I knew I was going to Australia. A B C D Question 26.Nha Trang, that has a long beach, attracts many foreign visitors. A B C D Question 27.She leaned over and try to pick her paddle up. A B C D Question 28.Mai didn’t go to the zoo with her friends last Sunday because her sickness A B C D Complete the sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one.
  14. Question 29. My sister started learning English 5 years ago.-> My sister has ___ Question 30. If you don’t study hard , you may fail the exam.-> Unless ___ Question 31. Peter isn’t as careful as Jack. -> Jack is ___ Question 32 Our boss has suggested a new idea ->A new idea ___ Combine the two sentences with the given word(s) in brackets Question 33. I went to see the film Titanic. I enjoyed it very much. (which) ___ Question 34. You see a used can in the road. What will you do ? ( If) ___ Đề 9 Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others (0.5 point) Question 1: A. studies B. washes C. leaves D. lives Question 2: A. meat B. heat C. weak D. head Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from that of the others. (0.5 point) Question 3: A. freedom B. capture C. typhoon D. nuclear Question 4: A. engineer B. occassion C. volcano D. attractive Choose the word/phrase (A, B, C, D) that best fits the space in each sentence. (3.0 points) Question 5: Mai in Ha Noi for 3 years. A. has lived B. is living C. lives D. lived Question 6: He shouted and looked at me when I broke the vase A. angry B. anger C. angrier D. angrily Question 7: He suggested .me a dictionary. A. give B. giving C. to give D. gave Question 8: Maryam asked him if she to the village. A. went B. will go C. has gone D. goes Question 9: We were really by the beauty of Ha Long Bay. A. impress B. impression C. impressed D. impressive Question 10: Playing football was one of his hobbies when he was a child. A. the B. an C. a D. no article Question 11. My sister never comes to class late, ? A. does she B. doesn’t she C. is she D. isn’t she Question 12: President of the United States of America Donald J. Trump visited to Hanoi, Vietnam, from November 11 12, 2017. A. on B. between C. to D. in Question 13: Remember to the light when leaving the office. A. turn in B. turn on C. turn down D. turn off Question 14: A lot of sea creatures will be preserved if people stop using ___ for fishing. A. hurricane B. dynamite C. celebration D. environment Choose the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges. Question 15: Mai and Lan are attending a party. - Mai: "Would you like a glass of green tea?" - Lan: " .” A. I think so. B. I'm not sure. C. No, thanks. D. It’s my pleasure. Question 16: Mary is at Hoa’s birthday party. -Mary: “What a delicious cake!” -Hoa: “ ” A. Not at all. B. It’s very kind of you. C. You’re welcome. D. It’s not bad. Read the following passage and choose the option (A, B, C, D) to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks. (1.0 point) We are all destroying the Earth. The Sea and the rivers are too dirty to swim. There is so (17) ___ smoke in the air that it is unhealthy to live in many of the word’s cities. In one well-known city, for example, gases from the cars (18) ___ the air so much that the policemen have to wear oxygen masks. We have cut down so many (19) ___ that there are now vast areas of wasteland all over the world. As a result, farmers in parts of Africa can’t grow enough to eat. In certain countries in Asia, there is so little rice. Moreover, we do not take enough (20) ___ of the countryside. Wild animals in India are in danger now because we have killed too many for them to survive.
  15. Question 17: A. a little B. much C. many D. a few Question 18: A. pollute B. pollution C. polluted D. pollutant Question 19: A. herbs B. grass C. wood D. trees Question 20: A. action B. worry C. care D. step Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each of the following questions (1.0 point) The Invention of the phonograph happened quite by accident. Thomas Edison moved to Menlo Park, New Jersy in 1876, where he established an industrial research laboratory. There, Edison was working on a carbon telephone transmitter to improve the existing Bell telephone system. In that laboratory a year later, Edison invented the phonograph while he was trying to improve a telegraph repeater. He attached a telephone diaphragm to the needle in the telegraph repeater; in this way, he was able to reproduce a recording that could be played back. After he made some improvements to the machine, he tested it. He recited” Mary Had a Little Lamb” into the machine and played his voice back to a very surprised audience. Question 21: What is the best title for the passage? A. Thomas Edison's many inventions. B. Improvements in telephone and telegraph. C. The History of Menlo Park. D. An accidental invention. Question 22: In what year did the invention of phonograph occur? A. 1876 B. 1877 C. 1878 D. 1879 Question 23: What was Edison working on when he created the phonograph? A. A telegraph repeater. B. A telegraph diaphragm. C. A telephone repeater. D. A telephone diaphragm. Question 24: According to the passage, how was the phonograph made? A. With a telephone needle and recorder. B. From a recording of a telegraph. C. From a combination of telephone and telegraph part. D. With only a telegraph repeater. Choose the underlined part (A, B, C, D) that needs correcting. (1.0 point) Question 25: The bridge which were built about 100 years ago is going to be collapsed. A B C D Question 26: At the summer camp last year, children swam, rode horses, and were playing baseball. A B C D Question 27: Though the heavy snow, she went out for some coffee. A B C D Question 28: The film was so bored that all the audience had gone home before it ended. A B C D Complete the sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one. (2.0 points) Question 29: If he doesn’t work harder, he will lose his job. => Unless Question 30: He has read the instructions carefully. => The instructions . Question 31: He doesn’t play the guitar as well as Henry. => Henry Question 32: We haven’t met him for two weeks. =>We last Combine the two sentences with the given words in bracket. (1.0 point) Question 33: The novel is boring. My sister bought the novel yesterday. (which) => . Question 34: I will have free time. I will visit you. ( If ) => Đề 10 Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. Question 1. A. hopes B. talks C. laughs D. levels Question 2. A. many B. make C. fake D. cake Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
  16. Question 3. A. garbage B. problem C. technique D. sewage Question 4. A. impression B. separate C. official D. successful Choose the word/ phrase (A, B, C, D) that best fits each space in each sentence. Question 5. He ___with his friends in an apartment in Ha Noi since last month. A. living B. has lived C. is living D. lived Question 6. There’s no___to book tickets in advance. There are always plenty of seats. A. problem B. matter C. need D. demand Question 7. He decided ___part in the volunteer activities. A. taking B. to take C. took D. to be taken Question 8. Ba said he ___some good marks last semester. A. get B. gets C. got D. will get Question 9. I want every one to listen ___. This is an important announcement. A. care B. careful C. careless D. carefully Question 10. My younger bother works in ___factory which produces household appliances. A. a B. the C. an D. no article Question 11. You like watching documentary, ___ ? A. do you B. don’t you C. are you D. aren’t you Question 12. The soccer match begins ___4.30 p.m. Let’s meet outside the stadium. A. at B. in C. on D. from Question 13. Mai has to ___her younger sister, so she can’t hang out with us. A. look up B. look at C. look for D. look after Question 14. Solar ___are placed on the roof of a house to get energy from the Sun. A. boards B. panels C. bars D. sheets Choose the word/ phrase (A, B, C, D) that the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchange. Question 15. Two friends are talking in their class. Nam: I think we should put garbage bins in the school yards. Ba: “___” A. No, we don’t B. That’s a good idea. C. Not at all D. Thank you. Question 16. Mary and Anna are at the party. Mary: Your dress looks beautiful. Anna: “___” A. Yes, please B. No, thanks C. Thank you. D. You, too Read the following passage and choose the best option (A, B, C, D) that best fits each blank: Our arrival in New York was very spectacular. Its sky scrapers and the Statue of Liberty that make a (17) ___sight. New York has a population of over seven million and it’s probably the world’s most famous city. The inhabitants of the “Big Apple” come from many (18)___ countries. There are more nationalities in New York (19) ___in any other places on the earth. It also has more tourists than any other cities except London, especially in the summer. Visitors come from all (20) ___and have a wonderful time. There are so many sights for them to get excited about. Thy can visit some of the best museums in the world or the charming little streets of Greenwich Village. Question 17. A. sad B. beautiful C. horrible D. cold Question 18. A. same B. young C. old D. different Question 19. A. than B. rather C. as D. to Question 20. A. in B. from C. over D. of Read the following passage and choose the best answer (A, B, C, D) to each of the following questions. Everyone wants a job that pays well. Some people stop school early because they want to start earning cash right away. Others spend years and years studying in school in order to get a better job. Which is best? Actually, studies show that in most jobs, the higher your education, the higher your earning power. For example, in the United States, high school graduates can make about $30,400 a year. The people who do not finish high school average only $23,400 a year. Just having a document that says you finished high school means an extra $7,000! If you stay in school, you can make more money. A person who goes to college and gets a bachelor’s degree can make an average of $52,200. With a master’s degree, he or she can make about $62,000. And studies show that if a person gets a PhD, he or she can make $89,000 or more a year. Of course, people with different occupations have different salaries. If you want to work and make more money, spend more time in school.
  17. Question 21. Why does the passage say some people stop high school early? A. They do not have a lot of money. B. They do not like going to school. C. They do not want to work hard. D. They want to start making money. Question 22. The underlined phrase "earning power" in the passage probably means A. ability to make money B. power to spend money C. getting education D. earning reputation Question 23. According to the passage, how can a person earn more money? A. By stopping high school B. By staying in school for a long time C. By working a part-time job in high school D. By starting a small business Question 24. Which of these ideas is mentioned in the passage? A. Everyone should get a master’s degree. B. Graduating high school is important. C. A person should do the same job their whole life. D. A person with a PhD will not earn a lot of money. Choose the underlined part (A, B, C, D) that needs correcting. Question 25. My father usually gets up early and then go to his office at eight. A B C D Question 26. Despite Nam is young, he behaves well with others. A B C D Question 27. We were swimming in the river when it begins to rain. A B C D Question 28. The children are interesting in the cartoon they watched last night. A B C D Complete the sentence so that it has a similar meaning as the first one: Question 29. Come soon or you may not meet the pop star.  If ___ Question 30. The fire destroyed many houses.  Many houses ___ Question 31. Jane is the most intelligent in the club. No one in the club___ Question 32. I last came to this town three years ago.  I haven’t ___ Combine the two sentences with the given words in brackets Question 33. This is the book. You gave it to me yesterday. (which) ___ Question 34. You come soon. You will catch the bus. (If) ___ Đề 11 Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. Question 1. A. tide B. bill C. miss D. shift Question 2. A. stops B. works C. cuts D. rains Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from the others Question 3. A. minimize B. volcano C. generous D. celebrate Question 4. A. reduce B. expect C. weather D. pollute Choose the word/ phrase (A, B, C, D) that best fits each space in each sentence. Question 5. She ___ television at 8 o’clock last night. A. was watching B. will watch C. watched D. watches Question 6. Mr. Smith asked me ___ more time practicing listening and reading. A. to spend B. spend C. spending D. spent Question 7. Ann asked her mother ___ have a new bicycle. A. if she can B. if she could C. can she have D. could she have Question 8. Language are usually intended to encourage student ___. A. interact B. interaction C. interactive D. interactional Question 9. Most tourists are really impressed by the ___ of Ha Long A. beauty B. beautiful C. beautify D. beautifully Question 10. On our journey to Phu Tan, we will cross ___ Hau river. A. a B. an C. the D. ( no article) Question 11. Listen to what I am saying, ___ you? A. don’t B. can C. do D. will Question 12. –“ When did they first meet ?” –“ ___ a rainy dai ___ May.”
  18. A. At – on B. On – in C. In – in D. On - on Question 13. If we ___ wasting electricity, we will have to pay a lot next month. A. come on B. turn on C. live on D. go on Question 14. There are some cracks in the water pipes. Why don’t you call a ___ to replace the pipe? A. mechanic B. electrician C. plumber D. scientist Choose the word/ phrase (A, B, C, D) that the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchange. Question 15. The classroom looks dirty. Lan: “Why don’t we clean the classroom floor every Saturday?” - Linh: “___” A. Sorry. B. Good idea. C. You, too. D. No, thanks. Question 16. Jenny is wearing a nice dress. Daisy: “What a nice dress, Jenny!” Jenny: “___” A. No, thanks. B. Thank you. C. Yes, let’s. D. Alright. Read the following passage and choose the best option (A, B, C, D) that best fits each blank: Garbage is what someone leaves behind that they do not want to use anymore. It can also be called (17) ___or rubbish. A definition of garbage is anything left behind at a place where you used (18) ___but are not anymore. In modern home and businesses, however, garbage is normally separated and put where it can be (19) ___ and taken to a place designed to hold, burn, or recycle garbage. Smoke is a cloud of very small, solid parts. It is made when people burn something. Smoke is can be bad because if it goes (20) ___the lungs of a person, it can kill them. Most people think that they are always able to see smoke, but it can also be invisible. Question 17. A. food B. jewelry C. energy D. waste Question 18. A. been B. to be C. being D. be Question 19. A. collection B. collector C. collected D. collect Question 20. A. into B. from C. off D. on Read the following passage and choose the best answer (A, B, C, D) to each of the following questions. I often hear or read about “natural disasters” – the eruption of Mount St. Helen, a volcano in the state of Washington; Hurricane Andrew in Florida; the floods in the American Midwest; huge fires; and so on. But I’ll never forget my first personal experience with the strangeness of nature-“the London Killer Fog” of 1952. It began on Thursday, December 4, when a high-pressure system (warm air) covered southern England. With the freezing-cold air below, heavy fog formed. Pollution from factories, cars, and coal stoves mixed with the fog. The humidity was terrible high, there was no breeze at all. Traffic (cars, trains, and boats) stopped. People couldn’t see, and some walked onto the railroad tracks or into the river. It was hard to breathe, and many people got sick. Finally, on Tuesday, December 9, the wind came and the fog went away. But after that, even more people got sick. Many of them died. Question 21. Which “natural disaster” isn’t mentioned in the text? A. a volcano B. a hurricane C. a tornado D. a flood Question 22. The word “it” in line 3 refers to: A. The killer B. The fog C. The writer D. The nature Question 23. Why did the traffic stop? A. Because of the rain B. Because of the heavy fog C. Because of the windy weather D. Because of the humid weather Question 24. The word “breeze” in line 6 is CLOSEST in meaning to ___ A. smoke B. wind C. rain D. fog Choose the underlined part (A, B, C, D) that needs correcting. Question 25. Children was playing outdoor last night when it began to rain heavily. were A B C D Question 26. I think the best way to reduce garbage is to recycle and reused things. reuse A B C D Question 27. Although the bad weather, they had a wonderful holiday. In spite of A B C d Question 28. Of course, action movies are excited. That’s why I like them. exiciting A B C D Complete the sentence so that it has a similar meaning as the first one:
  19. Question 29. If we don’t keep our environment clean, we won’t enjoy healthy life. Unless ___ Question 30. You must wash this sweater with warm water. This sweater ___ Question 31. Hai Van tunnel is the longest in Viet Nam. No other tunnel is ___ Question 32. We began learning English when we were in grade three. We have ___ Combine the two sentences with the given words in brackets Question 33. Do you know the celebration? It is called Ok Om Bok. (which) ___ Question 34. People save energy. There will be no shortage of electricity. ( If ) ___ Đề 12 Choose the option whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others. Question 1: A. packs B. adds C. works D. waits Question 2: A. arrive B. sight C. prison D. fine Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from that of the question Question 3: A. mirror B. garbage C. forecast D. reply Question 4: A. primary B. satisfy C. attraction D. remedy Choose the word/ phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits the space in each sentence. (0,25m/each) Question 5: My brother is a factory worker. He___for the motorbike factory for 10 years. A. worked B. works C. has worked D. is working Question 6: He drives very ___He is sure to have an accident. A. care B. carelessly C. careful D. carefully Question 7: Tuan suggests ___to the movie theater at the weekend. A. go B. to go C. went D. going Question 8: The teacher asked me why I ___learning English. A. liked B. will like C. like D. have liked Question 9: Air ___is a big problem in many cities in the world. A. pollute B. polluted C. pollution D. polluter Question 10: Should we play ___football when we are ill? A. a B. an C. the D. no article Question 11: Your sister is working in a foreign company, ___she? A. isn’t B. is C. does D. doesn’t Question 12: Nam goes to his office every day except Sunday. ___Sundays he stays at home. A. In B. On C. At D. From Question 13: She can’t join with us because she must ___her baby brother. A. look at B. look up C. look after D. look for Question 14: If you study hard, you ___good marks. A. will get B. gets C. got D. get Make the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges. Question 15: Lisa: "I think we should use “green” bags instead of plastic bags to protect the environment" => June:"___" A. No! Don't do that. B. Well done! C. That's a good idea! D. OK. I hope so. Question 16: Lan is talking to her friend, who has just bought a new dress. - Lan: “You have got a beautiful dress!” - Hoa: “ ___” A. I do B. Thank you C. You, too. D. Okay Read the following letter and choose the option (A, B, C, D) to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
  20. Halloween is a fun and spooky holiday. It is on the night of October 31st. It is (17)___in many English speaking countries. On Halloween you can make a Jack – O’ – Lantern. This is pumpkin with a silly and scary face. There are other decorations, like bats, black cats, and skeletons, too! On this day, children (18)___colourful costumes. They go to each people’s home. The people give (19)___ candy. Children say “Trick or treat!” to ask (20)___candy. Question 17: A. prevented B. celebrated C. played D. made Question 18: A. wear B. take C. hold D. bring Question 19: A. they B. their C. them D. that Question 20: A. with B. about C. after D. for Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each of the following questions. How can scientists predict earthquakes? Earthquakes are not scattered anywhere but happen in certain areas. They happen in places where pieces of the earth’s surface meet. For example, earthquakes often occur on the west-coast of North and South America, around the Mediterranean Sea, and along the Pacific coast of Asia. Another way to predict earthquakes is to look for changes in the earth’s surface, like a sudden drop of water level in the ground. Some people say animals can predict earthquakes. Before earthquakes people have seen chickens sitting in trees, fish jumping out of the water, snakes leaving their holes and other animals acting strangely. After an earthquake happens, people can die from lack of food, water and medical supplies. The amount of destruction caused by an earthquake depends on where it happens, what time it happens and how strong it is. It also depends on types of building, soil conditions and population. Of the 6000 earthquakes on the earth each year, only about fifteen cause great damage and many deaths. Question 21. The passage mainly discusses about . A. how to predict earthquakes B. how strong earthquakes are C. the damage caused by earthquakes D. strange animal behaviors Question 22. The word “They” in paragraph 1 refers to . A. pieces B. areas C. scientists D. earthquakes Question 23. Looking for can help predict earthquakes. A. drops of water B. water beneath the earth’s surface C. changes in the earth’s surface D. water currents Question 24. After an earthquake, as a result of people may die. A. lack of information B. lack of food C. lack of friendship D. lack of knowledge Choose the underlined part (A, B, C or D) that needs correcting. Question 25: Nam is looking for a book who tells about traditional festivals of American peoples. A B C D Question 26: Mr. Jones is going to collect all the bags and took them to the garbage dump. A B C D Question 27: My sister broke the glass last week because her carelessness. A B C D Question 28: The film was so bored that all the audience wanted to go home before it ended. A B C D Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one. Question 29: If you don’t come soon, you may not meet us.  Unless___ Question 30: The fire has destroyed many houses in the village.  Many houses___ Question 31: His friends can’t play football as well as Ba.  Ba can___ Question 32. It’s about 5 years since I last visited my uncle.  I haven’t___ Combine the two sentences with the given word(s) in brackets. (0,5m/each) Question 33: My sister is a hard-working student. She always does her homework before going to class. (who)  ___ Question 34: The man doesn’t arrive. We will start the party without him. (if)
  21.  ___ Đề 13 Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. Question 1: A. stopped B. lived C. played D. arrived Question 2: A. arrive B. prison C. sight D. fine Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from the others Question 3: A. promote B. confuse C. rescue D. compose Question 4: A. average B. instruction C. dominant D. decorate Choose the word/ phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits the space in each sentence Question 5: The pagoda next to my house ___ nearly one thousand years ago. A. built B. has been built C. was built D. builds Question 6: The Internet is very fast way to get ___. A. inform B. information C. informaticsD. informative Question 7: My brother enjoys ___ badminton with his friends after school. A. play B. played C. playing D. to play Question 8: I asked him where he ___ from. A. come B. came C. will come D. has come Question 9: He is a good football player. He plays football ___. A. good B. bad C. well D. badly Question 10: The earth moves around ___ sun every 365 days. A. a B. an C. the D. no article Question 11: The teacher didn’t seem to be happy about our tasks, ___? A. didn’t they B. did they C. didn’t he D. did he Question 12: President Ho Chi Minh was born ___ Nghe An ___ May 19th 1890. A. in/ on B. in/ at C. on/ in D. at/ in Question 13: My shoes are dirty. I’d better take them ___ before I come in. A. off B. out C. up D. away Question 14: If you want to save money, you should ___ the amount of water your family use. A. reduce B. increase C. adapt D. repair Make the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges. Question 15: John and Daisy are attending to the party. John: “Would you like some tea?” - Daisy: “ ___. I’m thirsty.” A. Not at all B. Yes, let’s C. Yes, I would D. Yes, please Question 16: Dung will have a picnic on this weekend. Thu : “ Have a nice weekend, Dung!” – Dung: “ ___, the same to you. ” A. Well – done B. Thanks C. That’s a good idea D. Great Read the following letter and choose the option (A, B, C, D) to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks. Large forests are important to us in many ways. They give us wood (17) ___ building and heating. They are a home for many kinds of plants and animals. And for many city people, forests are a place to go for a vacation. People can (18) ___ about nature there. They can enjoy fresh air and sleep in a(n) (19) ___ place. But there is one more reason (20) ___ forests are important to everyone. The leaves on the trees in a forest help to clean the air. Dirty air is a serious problem in many parts of the world. Without our forests, this problem might be much worse. Question 17: A. to B. for C. from D. about Question 18: A. learn B. talk C. research D. reuse Question 19: A. interesting B. noisy C. exciting D. quiet Question 20: A. what B. that C. why D. when Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each of the following questions.
  22. Thanksgiving is celebrated in the US on the fourth Thursday in November. For many Americans it is the most important holiday apart from Christmas. Schools, offices and most businesses close for Thanksgiving, and many people make the whole weekend a vacation. Thanksgiving is associated with the time when Europeans first came to North America. In 1620 the ship the Mayflowers arrived, bringing about 150 people who today are usually called Pilgrims. They arrived at the beginning of a very hard winter and could not find enough to eat, so many of them died. But in the following summer Native Americans showed them what foods were safe to eat, so that they could save food for the next winter. They held a big celebration to thank God and the Native Americans for the fact that they had survived. Today people celebrate Thanksgiving to remember these early days. The most important part of the celebration is a traditional dinner with foods that come from North America. The meal includes turkey, sweet potatoes (also called yams) and cranberries, which are made into a kind of sauce or jelly. The turkey is filled with stuffing or dressing, and many families have their own special recipe. Dessert is pumpkin made into a pie. On Thanksgiving there are special television programs and sports events. In New York there is the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, when a long line of people wearing fancy costumes march through the streets with large balloons in- the shape of imaginary characters. Thanksgiving is considered the beginning of the Christmas period, and the next day many people go out to shop for Christmas presents. Question 21: In the United States, Thanksgiving is ___. A. a religious celebration held by Christians only B. celebrated as a public holiday C. more important than Christmas D. apart from Christmas Question 22: What does the word “it” in line 1 refer to? A. Thanksgiving B. Christmas C. November D. Thursday Question 23: All of the following statements are mentioned EXCEPT ___. A. People usually have traditional dinners on Thanksgiving. B. People celebrate Thanksgiving to thank God. C. There are lots of entertainments on Thanksgiving. D. People go to for religious services on Thanksgiving. Question 24: On Thanksgiving ___. A. People join in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade B. People have turkey, yams and pumpkin pies are served C. People go out to shop for Christmas presents. D. People wear coloured carnival masks matching through the streets Choose the underlined part (A, B, C or D) that needs correcting. Question 25: Mumps are a very common disease which usually affects children. A B C D Question 26: I suggest collecting and given lessons to poor children. A B C D Question 27: I am tired now because of I stayed up late to watch an interesting film on TV last night. A B C D Question 28: The children should be encouraging to realize their full potential. A B C D Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one. Question 29. If you don’t practice speaking English every day, you can’t improve your English. →Unless ___ Question 30: They can’t grow rice in such poor soil →Rice ___ Question 31. He isn’t as brilliant as his younger sister. →His younger sister is ___ Question 32. She has worked in this company for 10 years. →She started___ Combine the two sentences with the given word(s) in brackets Question 33. Minh is very kind. We have known him for a long time. (whom) ___
  23. Question 34. The house is nice and large. I buy it for my son. (If) ___ Đề 14 Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. Question 1: A. cat B. man C. fan D. car Question 2: A. stages B. finishes C. resources D. styles Choose the option (A, B, C, D) whose main stress is placed differently from the others Question 3: A. climate B. campus C. control D. capture Question 4: A. exhibition B. habitable C. application D. academic Choose the word/ phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits the space in each sentence Question 5: If you ___ in my position, what would you do? A. are B. will be C. were D. would be Question 6: Maryam was really ___ by the beauty of Ha Noi. A. impress B. impressed C. impression D. impressive Question 7: You all know that you mustn’t ___ the room before the end of the test. A. leave B. leaves C. left D. leaving Question 8: He said he ___ come back later. A. will be B. will C. would be D. would Question 9: He found the visit to the gallery quite ___ A. depressing B. depressed C. depress D. depresses Question 10: ___ there have been many changes in our country, it still remains a developing one. A. However B. Despite C. Because D. Although Question 11: We will start our trip ___ 6 o’clock ___ the morning. A. in/ on B. at/ in C. on/in D. in/ at Question 12: The teacher had to leave early, ___ she? A. didn’t B. mustn’t C. hasn’t D. shouldn’t Question 13: I ___ the job despite the attractive salary. A. turn off B. turn on C. turn down D. turn up Question 14: The cat was afraid when it saw its ___ in the mirror. A. picture B. reflection C. look D. sightseeing Make the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges. Question 15: - "Let’s meet outside the art gallery." “___” A. Yes, let us do it. B. When can I go there? C. I’d like to go to the concert. D. Yes. Is 8.30 all right? Question 16: “ What a beautiful hat you have! I like it. “ - “ ___” A. You look nice B. Oh, It’s old C. Thanks D. Great Read the following letter and choose the option (A, B, C, D) to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks. There can’t be many people who are unaware of e-mail, even if they have never actually sent one. (17) ___ there are some similarities between e-mail and letters, there are also many differences. The first is that e-mail is delivered instantly, so it can be a very effective means of (18) ___ when speed is important. This speed means that e-mail is more practical for communicating over large distances. Another difference is that e- mail tends to be relatively informal. People are much more (19) ___ to use language which they would consider unsuitable for a formal letter. Words spelled incorrectly in an e-mail are less likely to be checked than in a letter. One explanation for this is that (20) ___ e-mail seems to be less permanent than something written on paper. We can be sure that the future development of e-mail will have all kinds of unexpected effects on the way we communicate. Question 17: A. Besides B. Since C. Although D. Even Question 18: A. communication B. transport C. travelling D. entertainment Question 19: A. likes B. liked C. like D. likely Question 20: A. a B. an C. the D. no article
  24. Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each of the following questions. Every year several thousand people died in the car accidents in Great Britain. And between one and two hundred thousand people are hurt. There are rules to make the roads safe, but people do not always obey the rules. They are careless. If everybody obeys the rules, the road will be much safer. How can we make the roads safer? Remember this rule. In Great Britain, traffic keeps to the left. Cars, buses and bikes must all keep to the left side of the road. In most other countries, traffic keeps to the right. Before crossing the road, stop and look both ways. Look right and left. Then, if you are sure that the road is clear, it is safe to cross the road. If you see small children or very old people, help them to cross the road. We must teach our children to cross the road safely. We must always give them a good example. Small children must not play in the street. Question 21: If you ride a bike in Great Britain, you must ride ___. A. on the right side of the road B. on the left side of the road C. in the middle of the road D. behind the buses Question 22: Which of the following is NOT true, according to the passage? A. Few people die in the traffic accidents in Great Britain. C. Cars kill many people every year. B. In our country traffic keeps to the right. D. Streets are not safe places for playing. Question 23: What does it mean by "The road is clear."? A. The road is not noisy. B. The road is very clean. C. There is no car or bus running. D. You can see clearly on the road. Question 24: What does the word them in line 9 refer to? A. people B. Great Britain C. Countries D. children Choose the underlined part (A, B, C or D) that needs correcting. Question 25: The car which he has just bought are very expensive. A B C D Question 26: Mr. Jones is going to collect all the bags and took them to the garbage dump. A B C D Question 27: Despite she is poor, she always buys us nice presents. A B C D Question 28: I don’t know why my father finds horse – riding very excited A B C D Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one. Question 29. If he didn’t ride his bike carefully, he would an accident. Unless ___ Question 30: They built this pagoda 100 years ago. This pagoda ___ Question 31. My grandfather is the oldest in my family. No one in my family ___ Question 32. When did she start preparing for her overseas study? How long ___? Combine the two sentences with the given word(s) in brackets Question 33. The house is very beautiful. Its door is colourful. (whose ) ___ Question 34: He wants to be healthy. He can do exercise every day. ( If) ___