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ĐỀ 24QUESTION 1 -5: Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the word whose main stress I son the syllable in theposition which is different from that of the others. Identify your choice by circling letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet.1. A. appropriate B. emotional C. pronounce D. situation2. A. cultivate B. machine C. terminate D. operate3. A. prediction B. judgment C. intelligent D. compulsion4. A. personal B. entry C. personal D. sampler5. A. accordance B. understand C. acupuncture D. incompleteQUESTION 6 – 35 are incomplete sentences. Choose A, B, C or D as your best choice to complete each sentence andthen identify your choice by circling letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet.6. Did you post that letter for me? – Oh, I’m sorry. I completely forgot. I _______ it immediately.A. ‘m going to do B. are doing C. will do D. would do7. what shall we have for dinner? – I don’t know. I can’t make up my mind. We ____ some fish or chicken.A. are going to B. will have C. are having D. have8. I think Mary ____ the present you bought for her.A. will like B. likes C. is going to like D. liked9. The ceiling in this room doesn’t look very safe. It looks as if it ____ down.A. would fallB. falls C. is going to fall D. is falling10. It’s 1:45 now and I have an interview at 2:00. I ____ late.A. will be B. would be C. ‘m going to be D. am11. He ____ me by asking me stupid questions while I am working.A. annoys B. quarrels C. damages D. interferes12. I am ____ tired to think about that problem at the moment.A. simply B. nearly C. far too D. much more13. I remember ____ the front door when I left home this morning.A. to lock B. locking C. locked D. to have locked14. There was no ____ in waiting longer than an hour so we left.A. good B. point C. worth D. use15. The child was told to eat all his food or ____ he would get no ice-cream.A. in case B. else C. instead D. in fact16. ____ you have no key, you have to get back before I go out.A. although B. provided C. as D. unless17. The question of late payment of bills was ____ again at the board meetingA. risen B. raised C. brought D. taken18. ____ the time you get to the theatre, the play will have finished.A. until B. in C. by D. on19. Since his father died, his closet ____ is his cousin.A. relative B. friend C. person D. neighbor20. James should have stayed out of the sun as his skin is so ____.A. sensible B. sensitive C. insensible D. senseless21. Have you any objections ____ this new road scheme?A. with B. for C. at D. to22. To get a passport, you must send in your birth ____ and two photos.A. certificate B. licence C. paper D. card23. The job was more difficult than I ____ expected it to be.A .would B. had C. have D. might24. She wrapped the small parcel in paper and tied it with ____.A. wire B. string C. rope D. line25. He just couldn’t open he jar ____ hard he tried.A. whatever B. however C. moreover D. even26. Their washing machine was out of ____ so they couldn’t wash any clothes.A. activity B. work C. order D. condition27. Could you ____ me how to use this new telephone?A. explain B. show C. say D. remember28. His wife’s death was a terrible shock and it took him a long time ____ it.A. get round B. come through C. go over D. get over29. They would like to move to New York, but their children will never agree ____ .A. with going B. to go C. with go D. going30. When she looked in her purse she found that her money had been ____ .A. broken B. thieved C. stolen D. robbed31. I have told him never ____ here again.A. come B. comes C. came D. to come32. A good friend will ____ you when you’re having problems.A. stand by B. stand out for C. stand against D. stand in133. The fruit tasted sweet, rather ____ a peach.A. more B. like C. as D. similar34. Her car’s outside so I suppose she ____ have arrived.A. must B. can C. should D. ought35. My sister is an expert on wildlife and its ____.A. conversation B. preservation C. reservation D. conservationQUESTION 36 – 45: Read the following passage carefully and then choose the best option to fit each space.Identify your choice by circling letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet.If you’ve been told by your boss to improve your knowledge of a foreign language you will know that successdoesn’t come quickly. It generally takes years to learn another language well and constant (36) ____ to maintain thehigh standards required for frequent business use. Whether you study in a class, with audiocassettes, computers oron your (37) ____ sooner or (38) ____ every language course finishes and you must decide what to do next if youneed a foreign language for your career.Business audio Magazine is a new product designed to help you continue language study in a way that fits easilyinto your busy schedule. Each audiocassette (39) ____ of an hour – long program packed with business news,features and interviews in the language of your choice. These cassettes won’t teach you how to order meals or askfor directions. It’s (40) ____ that you can do that already. Instead, by giving you an opportunity to hear the languageas it’s really spoken, they help you to (41) ____ your vocabulary and improve your ability to use real languagerelating to, for example, that all- important marketing trip.The great advantage of using audio magazines is that they (42) ____ you to perfect your language skills in waysthat suit your lifestyle. For example, you can select a topic and listen in your car or hotel when away on business.No other business course is as (43) ____ and the unique radio- magazine format is as instructive as it isentertaining. In addition to the audiocassette, this package includes a transcript with a business glossary and astudy (44) ____. The components are structured so that intermediate and advanced students may use themseparately or together, (45) ____ on their ability.36. A. exercise B. performance C. practice D. operation37. A. self B. individual C. personal D. own38. A. after B. then C. later D. quicker39. A. consists B. includes C. contains D. involves40. A. insisted B. acquired C. asserted D. assumed41.A. prolong B. extend C. spread D. lift42. A. allow B. let C. support D. offer43. A. adjustable B. flexible C. convertible D. variable44. A. addition B. supplement C. extra D. manuscript45. A. according B. depending C. relating D. basingQUESTION 46 – 50: Read the following passage carefully and answer the question that follow by circling letter A, B,C or D as the correct answers and then mark your choice on the answer sheet.Every word on a label describing a food, a drug, a cosmetic or a medical device is important in protecting you andyour family from buying an inferior product, from misusing a good one, from being tricked by dangerous quackery,or from unknowingly possessing an item harmful to health.A label must not be misleading. This restriction is somewhat vague and therefore cannot prevent all violations.Although the government tries to eliminate all misleading labels, the consumer must nevertheless be always onguard. Just because a can of sardines has a fancy- sounding foreign name, don’t take for granted that the fish wereimported. It is the law, too, that manufacturers must list their names and places of their business on their labels.Manufacturers must use common names in identifying their products so that anyone can readily understand whathe is buying. Synthetic foods must be prominently labeled as artificial. Food composed of two or more ingredientsmust bear labels listing all ingredients in the order of predominance.46. According to the article, the main purpose of a label is to ____.A. attract the consumer B. protect the consumer C. list the ingredients D. protect the manufacture47. Careful reading of the label will prevent ____.A. misuse of a product B. buying an inferior product C. buying a harmful product D. A, B and C48. The author suggests that ____.A. some label are misleading in spite of government inspection. B. all labels are misleading.C. most labels are vague. D. the government does nothing about misleading labels.49. A foreign name on a label ____.A. is never misleading B. always indicates that the product is an import.C. may lead one to believe that the product is an import. D. is never completely truthful.50. The most important ingredient of a product must be listed ____ .A. first B. last C. in the middle D. as artificialQUESTION 52 – 55: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow by circling letter A,B, C or D as the correct answer and then mark your choice on the answer sheet.Charles Eliot, taking over at Harvard in 1869 at the age of 35, pioneered a break with the traditional curriculum. Theusual course of studies at American universities emphasized classical and humanistic courses, classical languages,mathematics, ethics and rhetoric; and each institution prescribed a rigid program of required courses. Under Eliot’sleadership, Harvard dropped most of its required courses in favour of an elective system and increased its courseofferings to stress the physical and social sciences, the fine arts and modern languages. Soon other institutes in all2sections of the country were following Harvard’s lead. Eliot was also influential in bringing about important reformsin professional education. He renovated the Harvard medical and law schools, raising the requirements andlengthening the residence period, and again the Harvard model affected the other schools. Improved technicaltraining in other professions accompanied the advances in medicine and law. Both state and private universitieshastened to establish schools of architecture, engineering, education, journalism and business.Although Harvard was one of the first universities to found a graduate school, the recognized center for graduatestudy, based on the German system with the highest award, was John Hopkins.51. What did Charles Eliot do at Harvard?A. He started studies under a rigid program. B. He introduced modern studies.C. He removed all classical studies. D. He selected students under an elective system.52. According to the passage, after 1869 students at Harvard were ____.A. given a wide selection of subjects to choose from. B. allowed to choose any subject at all to study.C. required to study physical and social sciences D. unable to follow classical and humanistic courses53. Under Charles Eliot’s influence at Harvard, students who wished to become doctors and lawyers had to ____ .A. study for longer hours. B. conform to a required Harvard modelC. reach a higher academic level D. act in a professional way.54. We understand from the passage that John Hopkins University ____ .A. offers the best graduate prizes B. provides an excellent German educationD. has the oldest established graduate school55. The overall effect of Charles Eliot’s reforms was to ____ .A. standardize professional education B. diminish the other universitiesC. lower the prestige of classical and humanistic studies D. widen the academic curriculumQUESTION 56 -60: In these sentences, each one has four underlined words or phrases marked A, B, C and D.Choose the one word or phrase which must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct by circling letter A,B, C or D and then mark your choice on the answer sheet.56. My friend has just won the first prize in perform folk dance. A B C D57. For welcoming my foreign friends, we are celebrating a big party. A B C D58. We spent a week to preparing for our concert. A B C D59. I prefer to watch a live concert to listening to music on the radio. A B C D60. I often listen music when I have free time. A B C DQUESTION 61 – 70: Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the sentence which has the same meaningas the original one and mark your choice on the answer sheet.61. She turned the radio at 7:30. She was still listening to it when her mother came home at 9:00.A. She has been listening to the radio at 7:30. B. She had been listening to the radio since 7:30. C. She has been listening to the radio after 7:30. D. She has been listening to the radio by 7:30.62. She knows a lot more about it than I do.A. I don’t know as mush about it as she does. B. I don’t know as mush about it as she did.C. I didn’t know as mush about it as she does. D. I didn’t know as mush about it as she did.63. The moon doesn’t have the atmosphere, neither does the planet Mars.A. Neither the moon or the planet Mars has the atmosphere.B. Either the moon nor the planet Mars has the atmosphereC. Neither the moon nor the planet Mars has the atmosphere.D. Either the moon or the planet Mars has the atmosphere.64. The referee was being escorted from the football field by strong police guards.A. Strong police guards were escorting the referee at the football field.B. Strong police guards were escorting the referee into the football field.C. Strong police guards were escorting the referee from the football field.D. Strong police guards were escorting the referee towards the football field.65. The bank manager turned down his request for a home loan.A. His request for a home loan was turned down by the bank manager.B. His request for a home loan was turned up by the bank manager.C. His request for a home loan was turned upside by the bank manager.D. His request for a home loan was turned off by the bank manager.66. Temperature is measured by a thermometer.A. A thermometer is used to measure temperature. B. A thermometer is used for measure temperature.C. A thermometer is used with measure temperature. D. A thermometer is used on measure temperature.67. They think that the owner of the house has gone abroad.A. The owner of the house is thought to go abroad.B. The owner of the house is thought to have been going abroad.C. The owner of the house is thought to have been gone abroad.D. The owner of the house is thought to have gone abroad.368. My suit needs to be cleaned before the interview but I’m busy to do that.A. I must have my suit cleaned before the interview. B. I must clean my suit before the interview.C. I must have my suit to be cleaned before the interview. D. I must have my suit cleans before the interview.69. What a pity I failed the entrance exam.A. I wish I had passed the entrance exam. B. I wish I have passed the entrance exam.C. I wish I will pass the entrance exam. D. I wish I pass the entrance exam.70. Maria eats very little so as not to put on weight.A. Maria eats little very because she wants to lose the weight.B. Maria eats very little because she wants to lose the weight.C. Maria eats very little because she wants weight to lose.D. Maria eats very little because lose the weight she wants to.QUESTION 71 – 80: Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the best sentence which is made up from thegiven cue words and then mark your choice on the answer sheet.71. / know / Linda / mine / engage / friend / you / ? /.A. Do you know that Linda will be engaged with a friend of mine?B. Do you know that Linda will be engaged up a friend of mine?C. Do you know that Linda will be engaged to a friend of mine?D. Do you know that Linda will be engaged for a friend of mine?72. / panic / there / people / building / realize / be / fire /.A. There was panic among people when they realized that the building was on fire.B. There was among people panic when they realized that the building was on fire.C. There was panic among people when they have realized the building that was on fire.D. There was panic among people when they had realized that was on fire the building.73. / stop / driver / car / time / child / save.A. The driver had stopped the car in time to save the child.B. The driver stops the car in time to save the child.C. The driver has stopped the car in time to save the child.D. The driver stopped the car in time to save the child.74. / bad weather / despite / decide / house / build / carry / we /.A. Despite the bad weather we decided to carry out building the house.B. Despite the bad weather we decided to carry off building the house.C. Despite the bad weather we decided to carry up building the house.D. Despite the bad weather we decided to carry on building the house.75. / my brother / I / not think / mistake/ make / that / purpose.A. I don’t think that my brother made that mistake for purpose.B. I don’t think that my brother made that mistake on purpose.C. I don’t think that my brother made that mistake with purpose.D. I don’t think that my brother made that mistake at purpose.76. / made / mind / we / not invite / party / them.A. We made off our mind not to invite them to our party.B. We made up our mind not to invite them to our party.C. We made for our mind not to invite them to our party.D. We made with our mind not to invite them to our party.77. / return / spaceship / Earth / by 6 pm / next Monday.A. The spaceship will have turned to the Earth by 6 pm next Monday.B. The spaceship have returned to the Earth by 6 pm next Monday.C. The spaceship will be returned to the Earth by 6 pm next Monday.D. The spaceship will return to the Earth by 6 pm next Monday.78. / tired / I / too / be / do /to / anything / today.A. I’m too tired doing anything today. B. I’m too tired do anything today.C. I’m too tired to do anything today. D. I’m too tired for doing anything today.79. / we / to / arrange / meet / theatre / at / the / John / to / arrive / fail /.A. We had arranged to meet at the theatre so John failed to arrive.B. We had arranged to meet at the theatre but John failed to arrive.C. We had arranged to meet at the theatre because John failed to arrive.D. We had arranged to meet at the theatre therefore John failed to arrive.80. / be / there / three / students / choose / best / ones / among.A. There are three students be chosen among the best ones.B. There are three students choosing among the best ones.C. There are three students to choose among the best ones.D. There are three students chosen among the best ones.4ĐỀ 24THE KEYS1D 11A 21D 31D 41B 51B 61B 71C2B 12C 22A 32A 42A 52A 62A 72A3B 13B 23B 33B 43B 53C 63C 73D4C 14B 24B 34A 44B 54C 64C 74D5A 15B 25B 35D 45B 55D 65A 75B6C 16C 26C 36C 46B 56D 66B 76B7B 17B 27B 37D 47D 57A 67D 77A8A 18C 28D 38C 48A 58C 68A 78C9D 19A 29B 39A 49C 59A 69A 79B10C 20B 30C 40D 50A 60B 70B 80D5 . be / do /to / anything / today.A. I’m too tired doing anything today. B. I’m too tired do anything today.C. I’m too tired to do anything today. D. I’m. brother / I / not think / mistake/ make / that / purpose.A. I don’t think that my brother made that mistake for purpose.B. I don’t think that my brother
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