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  1. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions. 1. A. played B. followed C. attracted D. achieved 2. A. said B. health C. heart D. spread Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions. 3. A. solution B. graduate C. citizen D. capable 4. A. legal B. protect C. gender D. failure Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. 5. I was going to mention the argument we had last night, but then I decided to let sleeping dogs lie. A. leave somebody alone B. disturb somebody C. lie to somebody D. ignore a problem 6. Despite the deep antipathy between them, the two sides have managed to negotiate an agreement. A. worry B. feeling C. friendship D. hostility 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. 7. Many private businesses in the country take part in these afforestation projects as a means of reducing the carbon emissions of the company. A. reforestation B. forestry C. forestation D. deforestation 8. Many new manufacturing techniques were perfected, enabling the city's factories to mass-produce their pens. A. produced in great numbers B. produced with high cost C. produced in small numbers D. produced with low cost 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. 9. Nga and Daisy are looking at advertisements for different clubs at their university. -Nga: “How about this one? Are you interested in becoming an MC?” -Daisy: “___.” A. You’re joking. I hate standing in front of people. B. Yes, I’d love to. I like the poster the most. C. Oh no. I’m not a speaker. I’m a listener. D. Never mind. Let’s go to the club tonight. 10. Sam is talking to Jane. - Sam: “Thank you for the delicious meal.” - Jane: “___.” A. I’m glad you like it B. It’s too hard C. Thank you, too D. I hope so Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. 11. Diagnosis of substance use disorders and addicted behaviours are growing worldwide. A. Diagnosis B. use C. addicted D. growing worldwide 12. When Bob was a little boy, he likes to play hide-and-seek, make toys and draw pictures. A. was B. play C. likes D. draw
  2. 13. It is rumoured that Brett and Cathy have been cut from the cast just because James doesn’t like her. A. It is B. cut C. just D. her 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. 14. He saved the wrong phone number. He couldn’t call her. A. If he saved her phone number, he could have called her. B. He wished he had her correct phone number so that he could call her. C. As long as he had saved her phone number, he couldn’t call her. D. If only he hadn't saved a wrong phone number and he could have called her. 15. The men were exhausted. They could hardly continue climbing the mountain. A. The man were so exhausted that they could continue the journey. B. Such were the men’s exhaustion that they could hardly continue climbing the mountain. C. Exhausted as the man were, they tried to continue climbing the mountain. D. So exhausted were the men that they could hardly continue climbing the mountain. 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. 16. It is compulsory for you to show your ID card when you enter the building. A. You are going to show your ID card when you enter the building. B. You can show your ID card when you enter the building. C. You had better show your ID card when you enter the building. D. You have to show your ID card when you enter the building. 17. Liz last tidied her room two weeks ago. A. Liz didn’t tidy her room for two weeks. B. Liz hasn’t tidied her room for two weeks. C. Liz has tidied her room for two weeks. D. Liz won’t tidy her room in two weeks. 18. "We're having a get-together party this Saturday. Why don't you come?" David said to us. A. David suggested we come to a get-together party this Saturday. B. David invited us to a get-together party that Saturday. C. David wanted to know why we didn’t come to a get-together party that Saturday. D. David asked us why not come to a get-together party that Saturday. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 19. Rescue teams in Turkey and Syria have made great efforts in the hope of finding ___ in the rubble of thousands of buildings toppled by a catastrophic earthquake this Monday. A. survival B. survivors C. surviving D. survive 20. Last month, several Ho Chi Minh City's tourism products ___ among the top 20 unique tours promising interesting experiences for travelers in Vietnam. A. have been listed B. listed C. were listed D. were listing 21. ___ I disliked the detective heartily, I nevertheless was secretly impressed at his talent. A. However B. Because C. Although D. Despite 22. My best friend has gone to Germany for further education since she ___ upper secondary school. A. had finished B. finished C. finishes D. is finishing 23. The seminar will begin ___.
  3. A. when all the participants were arriving B. after all the participants had arrived C. by the time all the participants arrived D. as soon as all the participants arrive 24. A K-pop idol’s pulling power can be so strong that when they recommend or wear a product, it’s often guaranteed to immediately ___ . A. sell off B. sell up C. sell out D. sell in 25. Videos of celebrities ___to Vietnamese pop star Hoang Thuy Linh's "See Tinh" (See Love) have gone viral in South Korea and China and many other countries. A. danced B. to dance C. dance D. dancing 26. The five members of that group wanted to go for a trip to the Himalayas, but Jones, the sixth member, upset the ___ cart by denying to go. A. apple B. orange C. carrot D. tomato 27. Teenagers often experience negative peer pressure related ___ alcohol and drug use. A. to B. with C. for D. on 28. Vietnam Airlines plans to ___ flying on five Chinese routes next month, meaning nine out of its 10 routes to the destination are back to operation after the pandemic. A. return B. resume C. recommend D. resurrect 29. Women used to stay at home to take care of the children, but that's no longer the ___. A. regulation B. law C. rule D. norm 30. The more talkative she was, ___ tired I became. A. the more B. the more than C. far more D. more than 31. His father won’t let him play games anymore, ___? A. is he B. will he C. can he D. won’t he 32. John hopes that his fiancée will be happy with this ___ ring. A. small diamond engagement B. diamond engagement small C. small engagement diamond D. engagement small diamond 33. The desperate race to save people trapped under the rubble in northern Syria ___ unique challenges to international aid groups and local volunteers. A. makes B. creates C. gets D. poses Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. ChatGPT is an AI language model developed by OpenAI. It is a conversational AI model trained on a massive amount of text data sourced from the internet, which enables it to generate human-like text and respond to various prompts. The model is based on the transformer architecture and is a variant of the GPT (Generative Pretrained Transformer) series of models. ChatGPT is fine-tuned for conversational AI applications, such as chatbots, voice assistants, and customer service agents. The model is capable of understanding the context of a conversation and can generate appropriate responses in real-time. It can answer questions, summarize text, provide recommendations, and engage in casual conversations, among other things. One of the key strengths of ChatGPT is its ability to generate human-like text. This allows it to be used in a variety of applications, including customer service, content creation, and entertainment. The model can also be utilized for specific tasks or domains, such as finance, healthcare, or travel, making it even more effective.
  4. In conclusion, ChatGPT is a highly advanced AI language model that has the potential to revolutionize the way we interact with computers. It can generate human-like text and respond to prompts in a conversational manner, making it an attractive option for businesses and developers looking to build conversational AI applications. 34. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage? A. The Benefits of ChatGPT in AI Applications B. An Introduction to OpenAI's ChatGPT C. The Advancements in Generative Pretrained Transformers D. The Potential of ChatGPT in Revolutionizing Human-Computer Interactions 35. What is the main purpose of ChatGPT? A. To generate human-like text B. To classify images C. To summarize videos D. To recognize speech 36. The word “fine-tuned” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to___. A. sound-modified B. voiced C. adjusted D. rejected 37. The word “it” in paragraph 3 refers to ___. A. strength B. Chat GPT C. ability D. text 38. Which of the following is true about ChatGPT's training data? A. It is sourced from a small amount of text data. B. It is sourced from offline text data. C. It is sourced from a massive amount of text data from the internet. D. It is sourced from text data from a limited number of websites. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. Happiness is a feeling of contentment, joy, and satisfaction that is (39) ___ by individuals. It is a subjective and personal experience that varies from person to person. The sources of happiness can be many, ranging from small things like spending time with loved ones, engaging in hobbies and interests, or accomplishing a personal goal, to bigger things like success in one's career or financial stability. Research has shown that a key factor in determining happiness is having strong social relationships and feeling connected to (40) ___. Happiness can also be influenced by one's outlook on life and the ability to maintain a positive (41) ___, even in the face of adversity. People (42) ___ engage in practices such as gratitude, mindfulness, and physical activity have been found to experience increased levels of happiness. In conclusion, happiness is a complex and multi-faceted emotion that can be influenced by a variety of factors. It is important to find and pursue the things that bring us joy and fulfillment in life, (43) ___ to cultivate a positive outlook and strong relationships with others. 39. A. met B. experienced C. shared D. encountered 40. A. others B. another C. everyone D. each 41. A. view B. perspective C. backgrounds D. scenario 42. A. that B. whose C. whom D. when 43. A. also B. besides C. too D. as well as 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 following questions from 39 to 45.
  5. Whether you’re put off by student loans, you need a break from education, or you’re keen on starting work straight after school – going to university is not always the right choice for everyone. And you might be surprised at the career prospects available to those without a degree. If you’re considering not going to university, here are a few options of what you could do next. If you’ve just finished school and you don’t have any work experience, traineeships and internships are a great way to prepare yourself for your future career. Traineeships usually last from six weeks to six months, and are offered exclusively to 16-23 year olds. Not only do they provide essential work preparation training, they’re also the perfect opportunity to gain the practical skills and experience needed to move onto an apprenticeship or job. While internships are similar to traineeships, they are available to people of all ages – and usually focus more on providing practical work experience, rather than guided training and work preparation. School leaver programmes are becoming a popular choice for A-level students who aren’t interested in university, but still want the learning and training that’s involved with further education. These programmes are designed to give school leavers the chance to earn a qualification whilst working part-time or full-time (and earning a wage). The exact structure of a school leaver programmes will largely depend on the company you work for. School leaver programmes could last anything from three to seven years, and are most common in industries like accountancy, finance, retail, engineering, and IT. . If you’re keen to start work straight away, an entry-level job could be well within your reach. And you may be surprised at what kinds of jobs are available. Whether you want to start a career in education, you’re interested in breaking into the marketing industry, or you’re passionate about IT – you don’t always need extensive experience or qualifications to start a career in your preferred sector. And with many employers providing on-the-job training for new recruits, you’ll be able to learn a range of key skills to help you progress within the industry. (Adapted from 44. Which of the following is the main idea of the passage? A. The importance of obtaining a degree for career prospects B. The benefits of traineeships and internships for school leavers C. The availability of career prospects for those who do not attend university D. The importance of work experience for future career prospects 45. The word “prospects” in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to ___. A. benefits B. chances C. incomes D. disadvantages 46. According to paragraph 2, which of the following is NOT provided by traineeships? A. work preparation B. practical skills C. work experience D. degrees 47. The word “they” in paragraph 2 refers to ___. A. traineeships B. internships C. practical skills D. people of all ages 48. According to paragraph 3, school leaver programmes are ___. A. designed for university students who want to earn a qualification whilst working full-time. B. a training initiative for those who are interested in university but want to work part-time. C. a popular choice for students who are not interested in university but still want the learning and training that’s involved with further education. D. are a common choice for those in industries such as education, marketing, and IT. 49. The phrase “breaking into” in the last paragraph most probably means
  6. ___. A. running B. stopping C. taking part in D. keeping on 50. According to the passage, which statement is TRUE? A. Internships bring more benefits to people than traineeships. B. School leavers may have to spend from three to seven years on training before being employed. C. New employees may make a progress in their job thanks to the training when being recruited. D. You have to prepare quite carefully before running the business by yourself.