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  The last time I went to a restaurant was about 2 months ago
Read the following talks about eating out and answer the question below:

1.The last time I went to a restaurant was about 2 months ago. My wife and I wanted to celebrate our wedding anniversary with a good meal so we went to an expensive Italian restaurant in downtown Lisbon. We both had pasta to start and for the main course my wife ordered a steak and I chose fish. For dessert we both ate chocolate cake topped with fresh cream. Delicious!

2. I went to a restaurant yesterday evening with my sister’s children. It wasn’t very expensive and the menu was very limited. We all had a burger and French fries, and drank cola. It wasn’t very good.

3. My boyfriend loves spicy food so this restaurant was perfect. The waiters were all really friendly and polite, and they played traditional sitar music which was very relaxing. The menu offered vegetarian dishes as well as meat dishes served with rice and a sauce – it depended on how hot you wanted it! I chose a mild beef curry but my boyfriend had a lamb ‘vindaloo’ – he also drank 2 liters of water!!

4. My class at the university went there last weekend. It’s a very popular type of restaurant in my country. It generally offers one type of food (a kind of bread with cheese and tomato sauce) which you then choose what ingredients to add on top of it. I asked for olives and mushrooms on mine and my classmates each had something different so we could taste a piece of each person’s meal.

 
  Question: In which text did the person visit an Indian restaurant? a. Paragraph 3 b. Paragraph 4 c. Paragraph 1    
  Question: In which text did the person eat pizza? a. Paragraph 1 b. Paragraph 4 c. Paragraph 3  
 
  Question: In which text did someone eat seafood? a. Paragraph 4 b. Paragraph 1 c. Paragraph 3    
  Question: In which text did the person eat fast food? a. Paragraph 2 b. Paragraph 3 b. Paragraph 3    
  Question: In which text didn’t the person enjoy their meal? a. Paragraph 3 b. Paragraph 1 c. Paragraph 2    
  Question: Which restaurant was cheap? a. Paragraph 2 b. Paragraph 1 c. Paragraph 4    
  Question: In which text did the person eat fast food? a. Paragraph 4 b. Paragraph 3 c. Paragraph 2    
  Question: In which paragraph did the person go there for a special occasion? a. Paragraph 1 b. Paragraph 3 c. Paragraph 4    
x Question: In which text did the person talk about the atmosphere of the restaurant? a. Paragraph 3 b. Paragraph 4 c. Paragraph 1    
  The building company Hong Kong Housing
The building company Hong Kong Housing is building a new suburb in Shanghai, a city with a population of more than 15 million people. But this suburb is not like other parts of Shanghai. It is a little piece of England. The name of the new area is “English Town”. The manager of Hong Kong Housing, Shi Guangsheng, says many people in this area of China want to buy an English house and live in an English town.

“This town is like Bristol or Chester. There is an English square and there are pigeons to feed like in Trafalgar Square, London. There are four English-style pubs and you can buy English beer to drink. There is a canal and you can row a boat there like in Cambridge.”

Are there any cricket fields? “No, there aren’t any places to play cricket because nobody in Shanghai can play this game. But there is a football stadium like those in England. And the thing we are very proud of is our shopping street. There are several shops where you can buy traditional English food like fish and chips or Christmas Pudding.”

The rich Shanghai businessman can do some gardening too. For with every house in “English Town”, there is an English lawn and there are long gardens with ponds and tall hedges.

But there is one problem. The houses in this part of town cost a minimum of $400,000!

 
  Question: “English Town” is in a Chinese city. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Question: There are a variety of birds on the square. a. TRUE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Question: Shi Guangsheng feels proud about the English-style shops. a. NOT GIVEN b. FALSE c. TRUE     
  Question: Most houses have a lawn. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Question: There aren’t any cricket fields in the new development. a.FALSE b.TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Question: These houses are only for English people to buy. a. NOT GIVEN b. TRUE c. FALSE    
  Question: There are a variety of birds on the square a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE    
  Question: Some houses cost millions of dollars a. NOT GIVEN b. TRUE c. FALSE    
  Question: These houses are only for English people to buy. a. NOT GIVEN b. TRUE c. FALSE    
  Question: The English pubs look like pubs in Cambridge. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Question: “English Town” is in a Chinese city. a. TRUE b. NOT GIVEN c. FALSE    
             
  Considering their wedding cost over $20,000
Considering their wedding cost over $20,000 and took a year and a half to organize, you would be surprised to hear that Richard and Victoria Hammond now intend to forget it. Well, almost.

“It was a wonderful wedding, an unbelievable day,” says Victoria. “But we have so much we want to do together now, we are both looking to the future.” Her husband, banker and amateur race driver Richard, agrees. “Both our minds are now fixed firmly on the future. I’ll never forget our wedding ceremony or the reception we had at a cliff-side hotel afterwards, but there’s so much we want, so many hopes. Our marriage is so much more important than the wedding.”

“At the moment, we are still living with my parents,” explains Victoria, “so our first wish is to find our own place. We intend to start looking for a new house with all the modern conveniences in the suburbs in the new year.” Both Victoria and husband Richard have a lot of siblings. Do they intend to add to the extended Hammond family? “We plan on having two or three children ourselves,” Richard tells me. “Victoria is just wonderful with children and I can get 3 years paternity leave from my work, which is just perfect.”

The young couple has just returned from a two-week honeymoon spent in an authentic Scottish castle. Both the newly-weds are big travel lovers and Richard hopes this will continue. “I would like to go travelling as much as possible together. Travelling with someone else is such a sharing experience. I think it’s sad to experience all the wonderful places in the world and have no-one else there.” Victoria also has another great travel ambition that she might have to do alone. “I have always been fascinated by safari and my real wish is to go on safari. Richard has no interest in wildlife though.”

And what about the marriage itself? In a world with such a high divorce rate, how do Richard and Victoria hope to avoid all the problems that beset so many other couples? Richard explains thoughtfully that “our ambition is to always talk to each other. If you stop communicating, what chance do you have?” His wife goes along with that completely. “I hope that we can speak about things, but also not expect everything to be easy. I think many people expect the wedding to be the end of getting to know each other. I think it’s the start.”

 
  Statement: They got married in a dramatic location. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Statement: The wedding was expensive. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN      
  Statement: Victoria and Richard have been married for about a year and a half. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE    
  Statement: Their first ambition is to find a house to live in. a. TRUE b. NOT GIVEN c. FALSE    
  Statement: Victoria wants an old fashioned house. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    Q  
  Statement: Richard and Victoria have identical tastes regarding vacations. a. FALSE
b. NOT GIVEN
c. TRUE    
  Statement: Victoria thinks she now knows Richard sufficiently well. a. NOT GIVEN b. FALSE c. TRUE    
  Statement: They both have many brothers and sisters. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE    
  Statement: Richard hopes to make talking an important part of their marriage. a. NOT GIVEN b. FALSE c. TRUE    
  Statement: Richard can temporarily leave his job to look after his children. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Statement: Victoria thinks she now knows Richard sufficiently well. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE    
  Come and sail on a Crystal Cruise ship

Come and sail on a Crystal Cruise ship. We have three ships: The Crystal Queen, The Crystal Princess, The Crystal Palace.

Come and sail in luxury on cruises around the Caribbean Sea for 7 or 14 days.

Our seven-day cruise costs $2000 and our two-week cruise is $3500.

A typical one week cruise

Day One – departure from Miami

Day Two – free day in Nassau, in The Bahamas

Day Three – near Haiti

Day Four – visit Puerto Rico and Antigua

Day Five – free day in Barbados

Day Six – free day in Port of Spain, Trinidad

Day Seven – travel to Caracas, Venezuela

Day Eight – fly home.

All food and drink is included in the price of your cruise (except for alcoholic drinks). Our cruise ships all have a casino, a cinema, a five-star restaurant, a theatre, a library and a fully equipped gymnasium.

If you prefer to go on a cruise in another part of the world, we also organize cruises in the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean.

Our ships carry over 2000 passengers and we have nearly 600 crew members.

So come on board today for the holiday of a lifetime!Call immediately: 020-4455832

 
  Statement: The cruise finishes in a different country. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Statement: You can go on a cruise for two weeks. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN   Our seven-day cruise costs $2000 and our two-week cruise is $3500.  
  Statement: The cruise may start in Spain. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Statement: You have a free day in Antigua. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Statement: The company only does cruises in the Caribbean. a. NOT GIVEN b. TRUE c. FALSE   If you prefer to go on a cruise in another part of the world, we also organize cruises in the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean.  
  Statement: There are three different ships in the Crystal Cruises company. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
29 Statement: The ship doesn’t travel to Venezuela. a. NOT GIVEN b. FALSE c. TRUE    
  You can keep fit while you are on board the cruise ship. TRUE FALSE NOT GIVEN    
  Your cruise starts in The Bahamas b. FALSE b. TRUE NOT GIVEN    
  There is a cinema on board each ship. TRUE FALSE NOT GIVEN    
  The cruise may start in Spain TRUE FALSE NOT GIVEN    
30 For one group of children aged between ten and fifteen

For one group of children aged between ten and fifteen, Saturdays are spent learning the art of serious cooking. Their weekly lessons in small classes are so popular that there is a waiting list of 30 children who want to do the course. Parents pay $ 280 for the course where their children can have fun and learn how to make good food,

Class member Bill, aged ten, says, ‘I love my mum’s cooking and now I can do it better than her. The teachers make us laugh, especially when we sit down with them to share the good we’ve made’.

Flora is twelve, and she’s having problems preparing onions. ‘I love cooking. I did a meal for ten friends which they really enjoyed. Then my mum suggested I take up a hobby, instead of doing nothing at weekends. I was happy staying at home, so I wasn’t too keen at first. I’m really glad I decided to come, though’.

Their teacher, Phillipe, says, ‘It’s great fun. Children pay attention and remember things better than adults, although the kitchen isn’t always as tidy when they’re cooking! As adults, we’re always learning more about food. If parents interest their children in cooking while they are young, they’ll have enough skill to make food for themselves when they leave home.

 
31 Question: Why did Flora join the course? a. She felt bored at weekends, with nothing to do. b. She wanted to learn to cook a big meal. c. Her mother wanted her to develop an interest.    ‘I love cooking. I did a meal for ten friends which they really enjoyed. Then my mum suggested I take up a hobby, instead of doing nothing at weekends. I was happy staying at home, so I wasn’t too keen at first. I’m really glad I decided to come, though’.  
32 Question: What does Phillipe say about his young students? a. They will be confident about cooking in the future. b. They keep the kitchen cleaner than adults do c. They have a good memory but don’t always listen.    
33 Question: What is the writer trying to do in the text? a. warn parents not to expect too much from their children. b. describe how some children spend their spare time. c. advertise schools that teach people how to cook.    
  What does Phillipe say about his young students? They will be confident about cooking in the future.        
  Why did Flora join the course? Her mother wanted her to develop an interest.        
  Why did Flora join the course? why the classes are so successful.        
  What is the writer trying to do in the text? describe how some children spend thei        
  What can a reader find out from this text? a. how much one lesson costs. b. which dishes students prefer to cook on the course. c. why the classes are so successful.    
34 Siem Reap is a small town near the world famous temple of Angkor Wat

Siem Reap is a small town near the world famous temple of Angkor Wat. The town is charming and worth exploring, with some fine examples of Khmer and French colonial architecture set among the more modern developments. Nowadays, visitors are flocking in, using it as a base for visits to the nearby temples.

From the 9th to the 14th centuries, when Europe was still struggling out of the Dark Ages, the Cambodian Empire of Angkor covered most of present-day Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and Thailand. The heart of this empire during the 12th century was the ancient capital of Angkor Thom, near present day Siem Reap, the site of the world’s largest temple complexes, which were rediscovered in 1861.This spectacular city was built over 30 years under the reign of King Suryavarman II (1113-1150). The area covers about 400 square kilometres and is full of the finest examples of Khmer art and architecture. Tourists are always amazed at the scale of the place.

In Angkor Wat you will find more than 100 stone monuments and temple buildings, each of which contains countless statues, sculptures and reliefs that have weathered extremely little over the last 800 years. To see the whole thing can take several days. The most important temples to visit in the area are Angkor Wat, especially at sunrise or sunset; Angkor Thom, the remains of the capital; Ta Prohm, a palace overgrown by jungle; and Bayon.

Visas are required to enter Cambodia. You can obtain one on arrival at Siem Reap International Airport for $20, and 1 passport photo is required per person. You will also need another passport photo for the Angkor Temple Entrance Pass. Please ensure you take comfortable walking shoes, light clothing and plenty of water to drink as it is very hot there. The most commonly accepted currency in Cambodia is the US dollar.

 
35 Statement: It takes you around 10 days to see the whole stone work. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
36 Statement: Most people visit Siem Reap because of the temples in the area. a. NOT GIVEN b. FALSE c. TRUE    
37 Statement: Dawn and dusk are particularly good times to visit Angkor Wat. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
38 Statement: It took few years to build the capital. a. TRUE b. NOT GIVEN c. FALSE    
39 Statement: In the 9th to the 14th centuries, Europe was more advanced than Cambodia. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE    
40 Statement: The stonework of Angkor Wat is in poor condition today. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
41 Statement: Angkor Wat was the capital of the Cambodian empire. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE    
42 Statement: You will need a couple of passport photos. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
43 The makers of a controversial computer game

The makers of a controversial computer game about bullying have decided to go ahead and launch it despite calls for it to be banned. In the game, players take on the role of a new students at a school and have to fight the bullies, by punching them or hitting them with a baseball bat.Critics have said that the game encourages violence, but the makers deny this and say that, while there is violence in the game, it is just an amusing look at school life, besides which, the violence in the game is directed against the bullies to protect pupils who are being bullied. The makers also say that players will learn to stand up to bullies.A British politician, a former minister, has called for it to be banned as it might affect the way young people perceive violence.Anti-bullying charities have said that the game might make people respond violently to bullies, which might make things more complicated and result in injuries.

 
44 Statement: The game is set in a university. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE    
45 Statement: The makers of the computer game decided not to release it a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE      
46 Statement: In the game, the player takes on the role of a bully. a. NOT GIVEN b. FALSE c. TRUE      
47 Statement: The politician used to be a minister. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN      
48 Statement: Only critics agree that the game encourages violence. a. TRUE b. NOT GIVEN c. FALSE    
49 Statement: A British politician has spoken in favour of the game. a. TRUE b. NOT GIVEN c. FALSE    
50 Statement: The anti-bullying charity thinks the game is good because it might make pupils stand up to bullies a. NOT GIVEN b. FALSE c. TRUE   Anti-bullying charities have said that the game might make people respond violently to bullies, which might make things more complicated and result in injuries. 10500287  
51 Statement: The politician thinks it might make young people look at violence differently. a. TRUE b. NOT GIVEN c. FALSE   12084169 9503292  
  Statement: The anti-bullying charity thinks the game is good because it might make pupils stand up to bullies. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
52 Orbis is an organization

Orbis is an organization which helps blind people everywhere. It has built an eye hospital inside an aeroplane and flown it all over the world with an international medical team. Samantha Graham, a fourteen-year-old schoolgirl from England, went with the plane to Mongolia, Samatha tells the story of Eukhtuul, a young Mongolian girl.

Last year, when Eukhtuul was walking home from school, she was attacked by boys with sticks and her eyes were badly damaged. Dr Duffey, an Orbis doctor, said that without an operation she would never see again, I thought about all the everyday things I do that she couldn’t , things like reading schoolbooks, watching television, seeing friends, and I realized how lucky I am’.

‘The Orbis team agreed to operate on Eukhtuul and I was allowed to watch, together with some Mongolian medical students. I prayed the operation would be successful. The next day I waited nervously with Eukhtuul while Dr Duffey removed her bandages. ‘In six months your sight will be back to normal’, he said. Eukhtuul smiled, her mother cried, and I had to wipe away some tears, too!’

‘Now Eukhtuul wants to study hard to become a doctor. Her whole future has changed, thanks to a simple operation. We should all think more about how much out sight means to us.

 
53 Question: What is the writer’s main purpose in writing this text? a. to describe a dangerous trip b. to report a patient’s cure. c. to explain how sight can be lost.    
54 Question: What can a reader learn about in this text? a. the difficulties for blind travelers. b. the life of schoolchildrent in Mongolia. c. the international work of some eye doctors.    
55 Question: What is the result of Eukhtuul’s operation? a. After some time she will see as well as before. b. She can see better but will never have normal eyes. c. She can already see perfectly again.    
56 Question: After meeting Eukhtuul , Samantha felt a. grateful for her own sight. b. surprised by Eukhtuul’s courage. c. proud of the the doctor’s skill.    
57 Some scientists have predicted that healthy adults

Some scientists have predicted that healthy adults and children may one day take drugs to improve their intelligence and intellectual performance. A research group has suggested that such drugs might become as common as coffee or tea within the next couple of decades.

To counter this, students taking exams might have to take drugs tests like athletes. There are already drugs that are known to improve mental performance, like Ritalin, which is given to children with problems concentrating. A drug given to people with trouble sleeping also helps people remember numbers.

These drugs raise serious legal and moral questions, but people already take vitamins to help them remember things better, so it will not be a simple problem to solve. It will probably be very difficult to decide at what point a food supplement becomes an unfair drug in an examination.

 
58 Statement: Coffee is as common as tea. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
59 Statement: Students could have to take intelligence drugs tests. a. NOT GIVEN b. TRUE c. FALSE    
60
Statement: Ritalin is effective for those with problems concentrating.
a. NOT GIVEN b. FALSE c. TRUE    
61 Statement: Food supplements are unfair. a. NOT GIVEN b. TRUE c. FALSE    
62 Statement: A sleeping pill helps people remember numbers. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE    
63 Question: Biofuels might a. drive food prices down b. have little or no impact on food prices c. drive food prices up    
64 Statement: Intelligence pills are already as common as coffee or tea. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
65 Statement: Only children will take pills to improve their intellectual performance. a. TRUE b. NOT GIVEN c. FALSE    
66 Statement: Vitamins to help people study are illegal. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
             
67 Leading investors have joined the growing chorus

Leading investors have joined the growing chorus of concern about governments and companies rushing into producing biofuels as a solution for global warming, saying that many involved in the sector could be jeopardising

future profits if they do not consider the long-term impact of what they are doing carefully.It is essential to build sustainability criteria into the supply chain of any green fuel project in order to ensure that there is no adverse effect on the surrounding environment and social structures. The report produced by the investors expresses concern that many companies may not be fully aware of the potential pitfalls in the biofuel sector.Production of corn and soya beans has increased dramatically in the last years as an eco-friendly alternative to fossil fuels but environmental and human rights campaigners are worried that this will lead to destruction of rain forests. Food prices could also go up as there is increased competition for crops as both foodstuffs and sources of fuel. Last week, the UN warned that biofuels could have dangerous side effects and said that steps need to be taken to make sure that land converted to grow biofuels does not damage the environment or cause civil unrest. There is already great concern about palm oil, which is used in many foods in addition to being an important biofuel, as rain forests are being cleared in some countries and people driven from their homes to create palm oil plantations.An analyst and author of the investors’ report says that biofuels are not a cure for climate change but they can play their part as long as governments and companies manage the social and environmental impacts thoroughly. There should also be greater measure taken to increase efficiency and to reduce demand.

 
68 Question: ____ are worried about the boom in biofuels. a. Only these leading investors b. Many people c. Few people    
69 Question: Environmentalists believe that increased production of corn and soya a. has destroyed rain forests. b. may lead to the destruction of rain forests c. will lead to the destruction of rain forests    
70 Question: The increased production of palm oil a. just affects the environment b. affects both people and the environment c. just affects people    
71 Early morning in California

Early morning in California, and Elizabeth Safran, a public relations consultant, is dealing with a huge number of e-mails. Everybody in the small company works from home and relies on e-mails and instant messaging to stay in touch. Elizabeth worries about her work-life balance and thinks that ‘technology makes us more productive, but everyone is working all the time – weekends, evenings. It is too much.’

Five o’clock Friday afternoon in the , Paul Renucci, managing director of a systems integration company, switches off his computer. He now works at home and is off to pick up his children. In the past, it would take him two hours to get home from the office.

Ms Safran and Mr Renucci represent different side of a modern problem: the capacities of the latest communications technologies, such as e-mails, texts, messaging and video conferencing, make it difficult to draw the line between work and leisure and raise important questions about the nature of ‘flexible working’- where employees can work where and when they choose.

There are three issues here. First, does the rise of portable, networked devices such as the Blackberry and Palm Treo really damage an individual’s work and life? Second, what is the effect of these devices on traditional workplace relationships? And third, how do individuals manage them?

A Microsoft survey found that where flexibility had increased, so had productivity and employee morale, together with lowered stress levels and staff turnover.

However, individuals can suffer technology-related stress as work moves into their free time and from the complexity of the gadgets they must use, such as mobile phones where manufacturers try to persuade customers upgrade more frequently.

 
72 Statement: Technology can be stressful for individuals. a. NOT GIVIEN b. FALSE c. TRUE      
73 Statement: Those working with flexibility find it difficult to get spare time. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVIEN    
74 Statement: Workers mentioned in the text mainly use emais for their work connection. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVIEN c. TRUE      
75 Statement: The staff in Elizabeth Safran’s company all work in the head office. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVIEN    
76 Statement: It takes Paul a long time to get to work. a. NOT GIVIEN b. TRUE c. FALSE    
77 Statement: Elizabeth is happy with the way she works. a. NOT GIVIEN b. TRUE c. FALSE    
78 Statement: it used to take Paul Renucci hours to get to work. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVIEN    
79 Statement: A Microsoft survey reported that increase in flexibility leads to increase in productivity. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVIEN c. TRUE    
80 Shambo, the bull at the centre of a three-month legal fight

Shambo, the bull at the centre of a three-month legal fight, has been killed. After a positive test for TB, an order was made for his slaughter, in keeping with the law. However, the multi-faith community where he lived went to court to try to save him as he was a sacred animal to Hindus.A High Court judge said that the order to kill him was unlawful, but the decision was overturned in the Appeal Court. Police had to be called in as worshippers had formed a human shield around the animal to stop him being taken away. Opinion is very divided on the issue- some believe that he was a danger to the national herd and needed to be killed, while others feel that religious beliefs should be respected and the community had offered to provide sufficient measures to ensure that he would not infect any other animals if he contracted the disease as they planned to isolate him. The authorities cut through the security fence and led the bull away. The following morning they announced that he had been given a lethal injection.

The debate on the issue is unlikely to end with the death of Shambo and may widen into a debate about the policy of killing cows that test positive for TB.

 
81 Statement: Shambo was definitely ill with TB. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
82 Statement: The debate on Shambo’s death would cease soon. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE    
83 Statement: Police went in because there were violent protests. a. NOT GIVEN b. FALSE c. TRUE    
84 Statement: Shambo was injected with a poison. a. FALSE b. NOT GIVEN c. TRUE    
85 Statement: They want the pigeons to move out of the city centre. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Jose Craveirinha found out about Maria when he saw an article about her role in a football team        
  Statement: The community did not do much to try to save him. a. NOT GIVEN b. TRUE c. FALSE   However, the multi-faith community where he lived went to court to try to save him as he was a sacred animal to Hindus.  
  tatement: Everybody feels that he needed to be killed.Bottom of Form a. NOT GIVEN b. TRUE c. FALSE   Opinion is very divided on the issue- some believe that he was a danger to the national herd and needed to be killed, while others feel that religious beliefs should be respected and the community had offered  
  Statement: Shambo lived in a religious community. a. NOT GIVEN b. TRUE c. FALSE    
86 Liverpool city council want to clear the city of fat pigeons

Liverpool city council want to clear the city of fat pigeons. They say that that people are feeding the birds, which makes them fat. The pigeons get bigger because their normal diet would consist of seeds and insects, not high-fat junk food they are eating in the city centre.

The council want people to know that everyone who feeds the pigeons is responsible for the streets being so crowded with these birds. They hope to encourage the birds to move away from the city centre and into parks and open spaces.

Ten robotic birds have been brought into the city centre to scare the pigeons away and visitors are asked not to give the pigeons any food. The mechanical birds – known as ‘robops’ – will sit on the roofs of buildings. They can be moved around to different locations. They look like a peregrine falcon, which is a bird that kills pigeons. They even make noises and flap their wings to scare the pigeons. They hope that the pigeons will go away before the city becomes the European Capital of Culture in two years.

 
87 Statement: The robotic birds can move around the city centre. a. NOT GIVEN b. FALSE c. TRUE    
88 Statement: Pigeons are fatter in Liverpool than in other cities. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
89 Statement: They want the pigeons to move out of the city centre. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Liverpool is the European Capital of Culture  FALSE a. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Pigeons get fat because they eat seeds and insects  FALSE a. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Visitors shouldn’t feed the pigeons a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
  The robotic birds can move around the city centre.  FALSE a. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
  According to the council, everyone is to blame for the numbers of pigeons.  FALSE a. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
  Statement: Visitors shouldn’t feed the pigeons. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN   The council want people to know that everyone who feeds the pigeons is responsible for the streets being so crowded with these birds.  
  Statement: According to the council, everyone is to blame for the numbers of pigeons. a. NOT GIVEN b. TRUE c. FALSE   1  
  Statement: Robops are the other name of the mechanical birds. a. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
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In 1988, Maria Mutola was playing football

In 1988, Maria Mutola was playing football as the only girl in an all-boys team in a local competition in Mozambique. ‘We won’, she said. ‘At first, no one thought it was a problem that I was a girl. But then the team we beat complained’.

The story appeared in a local newspaper and Jose Craveirinha, who had encouraged other African athletes, learnt about Maria. He went to meet her and found her kicking a ball around outside the football club. He realized immediately that she was fast. ‘He talked to me about athletics. I had no idea what he meant. The only sport I knew about was football. Then he bought me running shoes and took me training. It was such hard work and my legs really ached.’ But Jose visited her parents and persuaded them she could be successful and this would help end their poverty. They agreed to let him take her away to train.

In 1991, she finally accepted and invitation to train in the United States. She had refused previously because she knew she would miss her family. Her background was unlike those of the girls she met in the US. She explains, ‘They were good athletes but, while I worried about my parents having enough to eat, they worried about dresses and make-up. They knew very little about me and even less about my problems. But I knew I was lucky to be there. The trainers were brilliant and I learn a lot.

Today, Maria still runs and for most of the year she lives happily in South Africa with her mother.

 
91 Question: What is the writer trying to do in the text? a. describe how Maria became a top athlete b. give information about Mozambique c. persuade more Africans to take up athletics.    
92 I bumped into him ——— I went to the other evening. Parties this booklet  the table the main road on a diner  this country his pocket the top end  
93 they live——— so there’s a lot of traffic going fast Parties this booklet  the table on the main road a diner  this country his pocket the top end  
94 it will be the biggest event of its kind ever held——– Parties this booklet  the table the main road a diner  in this country his pocket the top end  
95 I know that people like to dress up———but that is ridiculous on Parties this booklet  the table the main road a diner  this country his pocket the top end  
96 bill lived —- of my street Parties this booklet  the table the main road a diner  this country his pocket in the top end  
97 the information—– is out of date Parties in this booklet  the table the main road a diner  this country his pocket the top end  
98 he put his hand —– and took out some coins Parties this booklet  the table the main road a diner  this country  at his pocket the top end  
99 who’s moved my briefcase? I left it —- Parties this booklet  on the table the main road a diner  this country his pocket the top end  
100 Question: What can a reader find out from this text? why the classes are so successful a. which dishes students prefer to cook on the course. b. how much one lesson costs.    
101 Statement: You can keep fit while you are on board the cruise ship. TRUE b. FALSE c. NOT GIVEN    
102 Statement: There is a cinema on board each ship. They will be confident about cooking in the future.        
103 Statement: Your cruise starts in The Bahamas. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN   Day One – departure from Miami  
104 Question: Why did Flora join the course? Her mother wanted her to develop an interest.        
105 Jose Craveirinha found out about Maria when he saw an article about her role in a football team b. he saw an article about her role in a football team. c. he went to watch a local football competition.    
  Question: What does Maria say about the girls she met in the United States? a. Their training programs were less demanding than hers. b. Their experiences of life were very different from hers. c. They did not make full use of their abilities.   They were good athletes but, while I worried about my parents having enough to eat, they worried about dresses and make-up. They knew very little about me and even less about my problems.  
  Statement: There is a cinema on board each ship. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN   All food and drink is included in the price of your cruise (except for alcoholic drinks). Our cruise ships all have a casino, a cinema, a five-star restaurant, a theatre, a library and a fully equipped gymnasium.  
  Question: When Jose first introduced Maria to athletics, she a. didn’t know what was involved. b. was keen to learn everything he knew. c. was worried about being injured.   He talked to me about athletics. I had no idea what he meant. The only sport I knew about was football  
106 Shambo, the bull at the centre of a three-month legal fight, has been killed. After a positive test for TB, an order was

made for his slaughter, in keeping with the law. However, the multi-faith community where he lived went to court to

try to save him as he was a sacred animal to Hindus.A High Court judge said that the order to kill him was unlawful,

but the decision was overturned in the Appeal Court. Police had to be called in as worshippers had formed a human

shield around the animal to stop him being taken away. Opinion is very divided on the issue- some believe that he

was a danger to the national herd and needed to be killed, while others feel that religious beliefs should be respected

and the community had offered to provide sufficient measures to ensure that he would not infect any other animals if

he contracted the disease as they planned to isolate him. The authorities cut through the security fence and led the

bull away. The following morning they announced that he had been given a lethal injection.

The debate on the issue is unlikely to end with the death of Shambo and may widen into a debate about the policy of

killing cows that test positive for TB.

 
107 Everybody feels that he needed to be killed. FALSE TRUE NOT GIVEN    
108 The debate on Shambo’s death would cease soon. FALSE TRUE NOT GIVEN    
109 Shambo was injected with a poison FALSE TRUE NOT GIVEN    
110 Police went in because there were violent protests. FALSE TRUE NOT GIVEN    
111 The community did not do much to try to save him. FALSE TRUE NOT GIVEN    
112 Statement: The case went to more than one court. a. FALSE b. TRUE c. NOT GIVEN    
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Đáp an viết 2  
 
STT Nội dung câu hỏi Phương án 1 Phương án 2 Phương án 3 Phương án 4  
1 Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

of the danger

so as to warn

we shouted

everyone

a. 3241 b. 1324 c. 3142 d. 1234 So as to + infinitive = purpose (ĐỂ)

Chúng tôi hét to lên để cảnh báo nguy hiểm cho mọi người.

2 Choose the best answer:

He should think positively …………….. miss any opportunities.

a. not as to b. in order not to c. as so not to d. that in order to In order not to + infinitive = purpose (NHẰM không/ phủ định)

Anh ấy cần suy nghĩ tích cực nhằm không bỏ lỡ cơ hội nào.

Câu trả lời đúng là:

3 A few may have understood that …………… a culture, or the people from that culture, you must first speak the language. b. so as to understand a. as to c. in order that d. to that
So as to + ìninitive = purpose (ĐỂ)

Một số người có lẽ hiểu được rằng để hiểu một nền văn hóa, hay người dân sống trong nền văn hóa đó, bạn cần phải sử dụng ngôn ngữ.

4 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

She says she would like to have been put in a higher class.

a. She wishes she was put in higher class. b. She wishes she will be put in higher class. c. She wishes she had been put in higher class. d. She wishes she is put in higher class. Mong muốn một điều trái với một việc đã làm/ xảy ra trong quá khứ: Wish + Clause (had done)

Câu trả lời đúng là:

5 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Many people think Steve stole the money.

b. Many people think the money is stolen by Steve. a. The money is though to be stolen by Steve. c. Steve is thought to have stolen the money. d. It was not Steve who stole the money. Be thought to have + P2: câu bị động – người ta nghĩ là…đã làm gì
6 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He never has enough money.

a. His money is always not enough. b. He is always lack of money. c. He usually needs money. d. He is always short of money. Be short of st: thiếu cái gì
7 Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

just in time

the thunderstorms

we arrived at the hotel

so as to avoid

a. 3124 b. 3241 c. 3214 d. 3142 So as to + ìninitive = purpose (ĐỂ)

Chúng tôi đến khách sạn vừa kịp để tránh cơn sấm.

8 Choose the best answer:

They are going to Spain …………… Spanish.

b. for learning a. to learn c. for that they learn d. so to learn To + infinitive = purpose (ĐỂ)

– NOTE:

1. for doing sth: only used to refer to things rather than people.

2. that is the reason why FOR LEARNING cannot be used in this case.

Họ sắp sang Tây Ban Nha để (họ = chỉ người) học tiếng TBN.

9 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He could not afford to buy the car.

a. He bought the car because it was inexpensive. b. He had enough money but he didn’t buy the car c. He bought the car though it was expensive. d. He couldn’t buy the car because it was too expensive. Afford to + V: đủ tiền để làm gì
10 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘Have you ever been to Japan?’ he asked me.

a. He asked me if Japan was visited by me. b. He wanted to know whether I had been to Japan c. He told me if I had gone to Japan. d. He asked me if I had ever been to Japan. Chuyển từ câu trực tiếp sang gián tiếp. Đổi thì hiện tài hoàn thành -> quá khứ hoàn thành.
11 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:
There is always trouble when he comes to visit us
a.whever he comes to visit us, there is trouble b.whever he comes to visit us, there is trouble c.whever he comes to visit us, there is trouble d.whever he comes to visit us, there is trouble  
12 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:
their dog was so fierce  that noboby would visit them
they have such a fierce dog that nobody would visit them they had such a fierce dog that nobody would visit them their dog was too fierce that nobody would visit them they had  a such  fierce dog that nobody would visit them  
13 which is not used to make a suggestion ? I think we will meet at a café why don’t  we meet a café ? we could meet at a café we should meet  at a café  
14 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:
I’m waiting for the bus.it is late
the bus which I’m waiting is late the bus for that  I’m waiting  is late the bus whom I’m waiting  for is late the bus I’m waiting for is late  
15 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:
Every student is required to write an essay on the topic.
they require every student write an essay on the topic every student might an essay on the topic every student  must an essay on the topic every student  should an essay on the topic  
16 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence
The people watched the game.None of them will ever forget it.
None of the people that watched the game will ever forget it. Nobody that watched the game will ever forget it None of the people that watched the game will ever forget it and Nobody that watched the game will ever forget it The people watched that the game none of whom will ever forget it  
17 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence
The girl just said hello.she is Tom’s youngest sister.
The girl just said hello is Tom’s youngest sister. The girl,who just said hello, is Tom’s youngest sister The girl is saying  hello is Tom’s youngest Sister The girl who just said hello is Tom’s youngest sister.  
18 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence
I had better get back at work
it’s high time I got back to work It’s high time I get back to work I would like to go back to work I would rather  got to back  
19 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence
“you had better not lend him any more  money,Elizabeth’s said John
John advised Elizabeth’s not lend him  any more money John advised Elizabeth not to lend him any money John advised Elizabeth not to lend him any more money John advised Elizabeth not lending him any more money  
20 please check for damage before signing the delivery note don’t sign the delivery note without being  checked don’t sign the delivery note without check don’t sign the delivery note after checking don’t sign the delivery note but checking  
21 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence
“if I were you, I wouldn’t go” he said
he advised me never to go he advised me against going he asked me not to go he told me to stay with me  
22 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence
The doctor recommended…
That my father eat more fist  and not drinks wine My father that to eat more fist and not to drink wine my father eating more fish and no  drinking wine That my father eating  more fish and no drinking wine.  
23 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence
in spite of all our efforts, we failded in the final match.
whatever efforts we had made, we weren’t able to win in the final match we failed in the final match as  a result of all our great effort. although we  tried  very hard, we failed in the final match we made all out efforts so that  we could gain success in the final the match.  
24 “have you even been to  Japan ?”he  asked me he told me  if I had gone  to Japan he asked me if Japan was visited by me he want to know whether I had been  to Japan he asked me if I had ever  been  to Japan  
25 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence
The Jumper you knitted for my daughter no longer fits her
My daughter has grown out of that jumper you knitted for me My daughter has grown out that jumper you knitted for her My daughter grew out of that jumper you kitted for her My daughter will grow out of that jumper you kitted for her  
26 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

My brother and I went to that school

a. I went to that school and so did my brother. b. I went to that school and so my brother did, too. c. I went to that school and so my brother did. d. I go to that school and my brother, too. So + auxiliary verb + S: cũng thế.
27 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

His eel soup is better than any other soups I have ever eaten.

a. His eel soup is the worst of all soups I have eaten. b. I have ever eaten many soups that are better than his eel soup. c. Of all the soups I have ever eaten, his eel soup is the best d. His eel soup is good but I have ever eaten many others better. Đápánđúnglà: Of all the soups I have ever eaten, his eel soup is the best

So sánh hơn so sánh tuyệt đối.

28 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Bad habits can do harm to our health.

a. Bad habits can be harmless to our health. b. Bad habits cannot be harmful to our health. c. Bad habits can be harmful to our health. d. Bad habits can be harmful with our health. Đápánđúnglà: Bad habits can be harmful to our health.

Do harm to = be harmful to: gây hại cho

29 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘How beautiful is the dress you have just bought!’ Peter said to Mary.

a. Peter promised to buy Mary a beautiful dress. b. Peter said thanks to Mary for her beautiful dress. c. Peter asked Mry how she had just bought her beautiful dress d. Peter complimented Mary on her beautiful dress. How + adj: dung trong câu thán.

Compliment Sb on St: khen ai vì cái gì

30 Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

has

to protect him

the minister

a bodyguard

a. 3142 b. 3241 c. 2134 d. 1234 o + ìninitive = purpose (ĐỂ)

Ngài bộ trưởng có vệ sĩ để bảo vệ mình.

31 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I think it’s necessary to tell Tim about it at once.

a. Tim might be told about it at once. b. Tim should be told about it at once. c. Tim must be told about it at once. d. Tim may be told about it at once.  
32 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The noise next door did not stop until after midnight.

a. The noise next door stopped at midnight. b. It was until after midnight that the noise next door stopped. c. It was not until after midnight while the noise next door stopped. d. It was not until after midnight that the noise next door stopped It was not until … that + Clause…Mãi cho đến… thì…
33 Choose the best answer:

He should think positively …………….. miss any opportunities.

a. not as to b. as so not to c. that in order to d. in order not to In order not to + infinitive = purpose (NHẰM không/ phủ định)

Anh ấy cần suy nghĩ tích cực nhằm không bỏ lỡ cơ hội nào.

34 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Although his leg was broken, he managed to get out of the car.

a. Despite his broken leg, he managed to get out of the car. b. In spite of his leg was broken, he managed to get out of the car. c. Despite his leg was broken, he managed to get out of the car. d. Despite his leg broken, he managed to get out of the car.  
35 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I find it impossible not to worry about Lan.

a. I’m unable to worry about Lan. b. I can’t do nothing to help Lan although I feel worried about her. c. I feel worried about Lan, but can’t do anything to help. d. I can’t help feeling worried about Lan. Can’t help + V-ing: không thể không làm gì
36 Choose the best answer:

Some students want to learn English …………….. get a job abroad.

a. for that they b. in order to c. for d. for to n order to + infinitive = purpose (NHẰM)

Một vài sinh viên muốn học tiếng Anh nhằm kiếm việc ở nước ngoài.

37 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

They are not allowed to go out in the evening by their parents.

a. Going out in the evening is permitted by their parents. b. Their parents do not want them to go out in the evening. c. Although their parents do not allow, they still go out in the evening. d. Their parents never let them to go out in the evening. Đápánđúnglà: Their parents do not want them to go out in the evening

Be allowed to + V: được cho phép làm việc gì.

38 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘Have you ever been to Japan?’ he asked me.

a. He wanted to know whether I had been to Japan. b. He asked me if I had ever been to Japan. c. He asked me if Japan was visited by me. d. He told me if I had gone to Japan.  
39 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The last time I went to the museum was a year ago.

a. I have not been to the museum for a year. b. At last I went to the museum after a year. c. A year ago, I often went to the museum. d. My going to the museum lasted a year. Đápánđúnglà: I have not been to the museum for a year

Qúa khứ đơn hiện tại hoàn thành.

40 Choose the best answer:

Lan is going to study harder …………… fail the exam.

a. as so not to b. so as not to c. in not order to d. that so not to So as not to + ìninitive = purpose (ĐỂ không / phủ định)

Lan sẽ học hành chăm chỉ hơn để không bị trượt kỳ thi.

41 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He never has enough money.

a. He usually needs money. b. His money is always not enough c. He is always lack of money. d. He is always short of money. Be short of st: thiếu cái gì
42 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He said he was not guilty of stealing the car.

a. He said he wouldn’t steal the car. b. He refused to steal the car. c. He denied that he had stolen the car. d. He denied be guilty of stealing the car. Deny + V-ing/ Clause: phủ nhận đã làm việc gì
43 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

You’d better take a taxi; it was raining hard outside.

a. She advised us to take a taxi because it was raining. b. She didn’t lend us any raincoats but a taxi. c. She gave us a lift because it was raining heavily. d. You’d better take a taxi in case it was raining. Đápánđúnglà: She advised us to take a taxi because it was raining

Had better + V: tốt hơn hết nên làm việc gì

44 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I have not met her for three years.

a. During three years, I met her once. b. I did not meet her three years ago. c. It is three years when I will meet her. d. The last time I met her was three years ago. Hiện tại hoàn thành quá khứ đơn
45 Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

do read

to understand

the general meaning

the whole passage first

a. 2314 b. 4231 c. 2413 d. 1423 To + ifninitive = purpose (ĐỂ)
46 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Barry continued to smoke even though we had advised him to quit.

a. Barry took our advice so he stopped smoking. b. Barry did not quit smoking because of our advice. c. Despite being told not to smoke, Barry continued to do d. If we had advised Barry, he would have quit smoking. Đápánđúnglà: Despite being told not to smoke, Barry continued to do.

Despite + Noun/ V-ing: mặc dù…nhưng

47 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The furniture was so expensive that I didn’t buy.

a. The furniture was too expensive for me to buy. b. The furniture was not cheap enough that I didn’t buy. c. The furniture was too expensive that I didn’t buy. d. The furniture was such expensive that I didn’t buy. S + be + too + adj (for sb) to do st: cái gì đó quá… nên (ai đó) không thể làm gì…
48 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

My husband didn’t leave the car key, so I couldn’t pick him up at the station.

a. If my husband had left the car key, I could have picked him up at the station. b. If my husband had left the car key, I could pick him up at the station. c. If my husband left the car key, I could have picked him up at the station. d. Unless my husband had left the car key, I could have picked him up at the station. Câu điều kiện dạng 3”

If – Clause (past perfect) + Main Clause (would/ could have done)

49 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

It is essential that we meet him at the airport.

a. He should be met at the airport. b. He must be met at the airport c. He might be met at the airport. d. He may be met at the airport. It is essential that…: Diễn tả sự bắt buộc.
50 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I do apologize for my forgetting your birthday.

a. I am not sorry at all because I remember your birthday. b. I did forget your birthday. c. I never apologize for my forgetting birthday. d. I am really sorry I forgot your birthday. To apologize for + V-ing = Be sorry for + V-ing: xin lỗi vì đã làm gì.
51 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

This is the first time I attend such an enjoyable wedding party.

a. The first wedding party I attended was enjoyable. b. I have never attended an enjoyable wedding party before. c. I had the first enjoyable wedding party. d. My attendance at the first wedding party was enjoyable. Have/ has never + P2 … before: chưa từng làm … trước đây.
52 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

When they arrived, the good seats were already taken.

a. They arrived late enough to get good seats. b. They didn’t get good seats because they arrived too late c. We couldn’t get good seats although we arrived early. d. They had to stand for the whole show. Because + clause: diễn tả nguyên nhân.
53 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Chuck denied breaking the window.

a. Chuck said that he hadn’t broken the window. b. Chuck was determined not to break the window. c. Chuck refused to break the window. d. Chuck didn’t break the window.  
54 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘You stole the jewels!’ the inspector said to him.

a. The inspector said you stole the jewels. b. The inspector accused him of stealing the jewels. c. The inspector accused of stealing the jewels. d. The inspector accused him stole the jewels. Accuse sb of doing st: kết tội ai đã làm việc gì
55 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He never suspected that the money had been stolen.

a. At no time did he suspect that the money had been stolen. b. At any time did he suspect that the money had been stolen. c. At no time he suspected that the money had been stolen. d. At no time did he suspect that the money was stolen. At no time = Never: nếu để đầu câu thì phải đảo ngữ (at no time did he…)
56 Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

the staff

not to delay the project any further

are working at weekends

so as

a. 1342 b. 4321 c. 3124 d. 3142  
57 She says she would like to have been put in a higher class. a. She wishes she is put in higher class. b. She wishes she was put in higher class. c. She wishes she had been put in higher class. d. She wishes she will be put in higher class. Mong muốn một điều trái với một việc đã làm/ xảy ra trong quá khứ: Wish + Clause (had done)
58 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.

a. People wanted to get away, so the meeting began early. b. There was not enough time to hold the meeting. c. The meeting was planned to start in a short time. d. The meeting lasted much longer than usual. Pressure of time: áp lực về mặt thời gian.
59 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

If you want my advice, I would forget about buying a new house.

a. If I were you, I won’t buy a new house. b. If I were you, I would forget about buying a new house. c. If I were you, I didn’t buy a new house. d. If I were you, I will forget about buying a new house. IF I were you…: dùng khi đưa ra lời khuyên (với cấu trúc của câu điều kiện dạng 2)
60 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

It wasn’t necessary for us to get a visa for Singapore.

a. We needn’t get a visa for Singapore. b. We mayn’t get a visa for Singapore. c. We mustn’t get a visa for Singapore. d. We shouln’t get a visa for Singapore. Not necessary = needn’t
61 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I am very interested in the book you lent me last week.

a. It was the interested book which you lent me last week.
b. The book that you lent me last week interests me a lot. c. The book is interesting enough for you to lend me last week. d. The book which you lent me last week is too interesting to read Mệnh đề quan hệ với THAT: thay thế cho người/ vật đứng trước nó.
62 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

They don’t mind which film they go to.

a. Which film they go to isn’t minded b. It doesn’t matter to them which film they go to. c. They don’t like any films that they will go to see. d. They don’t mind watching any film.  
63 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Housewives do not have to spend a lot of time doing housework any more.

a. Never have housewives spent as much time doing housework as they do now. b. Housework will never be done by housewives any more. c. No longer do housewives have to spend a lot of time doing housework. d. Housewives have to spend more and more time to do housework. No longer + auxiliary V + S + V: …không còn…nữa (đảo ngữ)
64 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Their dog was so fierce that nobody would visit them.

a. Their dog was too fierce that nobody would visit them. b. They had a such fierce dog that nobody would visit them. c. They had such a fierce dog that nobody would visit them. d. They had such fierce dog that nobody would visit them. Such + (a) noun phrase that: …đến nỗi mà…
65 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The girl just said hello. She is Tom’s youngest sister.

a. The girl, who just said hello, is Tom’s youngest sister b. The girl just said hello is Tom’s youngest sister. c. The girl who just said hello is Tom’s youngest sister. d. The girl is saying hello is Tom’s youngest sister. Mệnh đề quan hệ xác định với đại từ Who – thay thế cho người đứng ngay trước nó.
66 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Because it was an interesting novel, I stayed up all night to finish it.

a. I stayed up all night to finish the novel, therefore, it was interesting. b. So interesting was the novel that I stayed up all night to finish it. c. Though it was an interesting novel, I stayed up all night to finish it. d. Unless it were an interesting novel, I would stay up all night to finish it.  
67 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I’m waiting for the bus. It is late.

a. The bus which I’m waiting is late b. The bus for that I’m waiting is late. c. The bus whom I’m waiting for is late. d. The bus I’m waiting for is late. Đại từ quan hệ WHICH: thay thế cho vật đứng ngay trước nó.
68 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Sarah wore dark glasses so that no one would recognize her.

a. Sarah wore dark glasses so that not to be recognized. b. Sarah wore dark glasses so as everyone would not recognize her. c. Sarah wore dark glasses in order no one would recognize her. d. Sarah wore dark glasses to avoid being recognized. …to do st: động từ nguyên thể có ‘to’ dùng với nội dung chỉ mục đích (… để…)
69 elect the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

There is always trouble when he comes to visit us.

a. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble. b. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble.
c. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble.
d. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble.  
70 Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

Rob and Sophia Craven

but they are going to

live in England

move to California

a. 2413 b. 1423 c. 4312 d. 1324 Conjunction BUT and Future time clause: BE GOING to do sth

Rob và Sophia Craven sống ở Anh nhưng họ sẽ chuyển đến California

71 Choose the best answer:

I ………. after the children while they are staying here. I know my duty.

a. I’m looking b. I’ll be looking c. I will going to look d. am going to look onjunction WHILE and Future time clause: BE GOING to do sth
Tôi sẽ trông bọn trẻ khi họ ở đây. Tôi biết nhiệm vụ của mình.
72 Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

send you some postcards

when

I’ll

I’m on holiday,

a. 1423 b. 2143 c. 2431 d. 3241 Conjunction WHEN and Future time clause: WILL do sth

Khi (nào) đi nghỉ tôi sẽ gửi ảnh cho anh.

73 Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

a sea-side holiday

at the end of June

after the school year ends

we are going to have

a. 3412 b. 3214 c. 2431 d. 4213 Conjunction AFTER and Future time clause: BE GOING TO do sth

Chúng tôi sẽ có kỳ nghỉ ở biển vào cuối tháng 6 sau khi năm học kết thúc

74 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Every student is required to write an essay on the topic.

a. They require every student write an essay on the topic. b. Every student must write an essay on the topic c. Every student might write an essay on the topic. d. Every student should write an essay on the topic. Be required to do = Must: chỉ sự bắt buộc
75 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Their teacher is making them study hard.

a. They are made study hard by their teacher. b. They are being made study hard by their teacher. c. They are made to study hard by their teacher. d. They are being made to study hard by their teacher. Be made to do st: bị buộc/ khiến phải làm việc gì
76 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

They got success since they took my advice.

a. My advice stopped them from getting success. b. But for taking my advice, they would not have got success. c. If they did not take my advice, they would not get success. d. They took my advice, and failed.  
77 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Even though it was raining heavily, the explorers decided to contitnue their journey.

a. It rained so heavily that the explorers could not continue their journey. b. The heavy rain could not prevent the explorers from continueing their journey. c. If It had rained heavily, the explorers would not have continued their journey. d. The explorers put off their journey due to the heavy rain. Prevent sb from doing st: ngăn trở ai làm việc gì
78   a. The heavy snow made the roads slippery. b. Thanks to the slip of the roads, it snowed heavily. c. It snowed too heavily to make the roads sippery. d. The heavy snow prevented the roads from being slippery. Make + Noun + Adj: làm cho…
79 Choose the best answer:

– Could you tell Tom to ring me, please?

– Yes, ……… him when I meet him tomorrow.

a. I tell b. I am telling c. I’ll tell d. I won’t telling Conjunction WHEN and Future time clause: WILL do sth

– Cậu làm ơn bảo Tôm điện cho tôi nhé.

– Được, tôi sẽ nói khi gặp cậu ấy vào ngày mai.

Câu trả lời đúng là:

80 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

There is always trouble when he comes to visit us.

a. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble. b. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble c. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble. d. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble. Whenever + Clause: bất kì khi nào…
81 ut the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

I receive my salary

She said that

as soon as

she’ll pay you back next week

a. 1432 b. 1324 c. 2413 d. 2431 Conjunction AS SOON AS and Future time clause: WILL do sth

Tôi sẽ trả anh vào tuần tới ngay sau khi tôi nhận lương.

82 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

This house was built years ago. It is still in very good shape.

a. This house, which was built years ago, is still in very good shape b. This house, building years ago, is still in very good shape. c. This house which was built years ago is still in very good shape. d. This house, which built years ago, is still in very good shape. Mệnh đề quan hệ không xác định đứng sau dấu phẩy, cung cấp thêm thông tin cho đối tượng đứng trước nó, có thể bỏ đi mà vẫn đảm bảo nghĩa của câu.
83 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He cannot afford a new computer.

a. Therefore, he would buy a new computer. b. The new computer is so expensive but he can buy it. c. The new computer is so expensive that he cannot buy it. d. So, he would buy a new computer. Đápánđúnglà: The new computer is so expensive that he cannot buy it.

Afford + Noun: đủ tiền mua cái gì

84 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

They don’t mind which film they go to.

a. They don’t mind watching any film. b. They don’t like any films that they will go to see. c. It doesn’t matter to them which film they go to. d. Which film they go to isn’t minded. It doesn’t matter to sb + clause: Việc gì đó với ai không quan trọng/ không thành vấn đề
85 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

They don’t mind which film they go to.

a. Which film they go to isn’t minded. b. It doesn’t matter to them which film they go to c. They don’t like any films that they will go to see. d. They don’t mind watching any film. It doesn’t matter to sb + clause: Việc gì đó với ai không quan trọng/ không thành vấn đề
86 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

There is always trouble when he comes to visit us

a. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble. b. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble. c. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble. d. Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble.  
87 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The roads were slippery because it snowed heavily.

a. The heavy snow made the roads slippery b. It snowed too heavily to make the roads sippery.
c. The heavy snow prevented the roads from being slippery.
d. Thanks to the slip of the roads, it snowed heavily. Make + Noun + Adj: làm cho…
88 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I had better get back to work.

a. It’s high time I got back to work. b. I would rather got to work. c. It’s high time I get back to work. d. I would like to go back to work. It’s high time + Clause (past simple tense): đã đến lúc cần phải làm việc gì
89 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I haven’t been to Bristol for three years.

a. The last time I have been to Bristol was three years ago b. The last time I was to Bristol was three years ago. c. The last time I went to Bristol would be three years ago. d. The last time I went to Bristol was three years ago. Mệnh đề có trạng ngữ chỉ thời gian đi kèm với AGO thì chia động từ ở thì QKĐ
90 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘If I were you, I would take a break’, Tom said to Daisy.

a. Tom suggested not taking a break. b. Tom wanted to take a break with Daisy. c. Tom wanted to take a break, and so did Daisy. d. Tom advised Daisy to take a break If I were you… là câu khuyên bảo ở dạng điều kiện loại 2.
91 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Every student is required to write an essay on the topic.

a. Every student must write an essay on the topic b. Every student might write an essay on the topic. c. Every student should write an essay on the topic. d. They require every student write an essay on the topic. Đápánđúnglà: Every student must write an essay on the topic

Be required to do = Must: chỉ sự bắt buộc

92 elect the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The people watched the game. None of them will ever forget it.

a. Nobody that wached the game will ever forget it. b. The people watched the game none of whom will ever forget it. c. None of the people that watched the game will ever forget it. d. None of the people that watched the game will ever forget it & Nobody that wached the game will ever forget it  
93 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

She locked the door so as not to be disturbed.

a. She locked the door for her not to be disturbed. b. She locked the door to be not disturbed. c. She locked the door in order that she wouldn’t be disturbed. d. She locked the door so that not to be disturbed As (not) to + V/ in order that + Clause: để không…
94 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The doctor suggested that I should rest.

a. The doctor advised me resting. b. The doctor advised I to rest. c. The doctor advised me should rest. d. The doctor advised me to rest. Advise sb to do st: khuyên ai nên làm gì
95 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He remembered, and so did she.

a. He didn’t forget and either did she b. He didn’t forget and neither did she. c. He didn’t forget and neither she did. d. He didn’t forget and nor did she. Neither + auxiliary Verb + S: cũng thế (Dùng với nghĩa phủ định – Anh ấy không quên và cô ấy cũng thế)
96 elect the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Fewer people came to the meeting than we had expected.

a. There were more people at the meeting than we had expected. b. We had expected more people to come to the meeting c. Too many people came to the meeting. d. There were not enough seats for all people as we had expected. Đápánđúnglà: We had expected more people to come to the meeting

Fewer More

97 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He cannot afford a new computer.

a. So, he would buy a new computer. b. The new computer is so expensive that he cannot buy it c. The new computer is so expensive but he can buy it. d. Therefore, he would buy a new computer. Đápánđúnglà: The new computer is so expensive that he cannot buy it.

Afford + Noun: đủ tiền mua cái gì

98 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Mary tried to keep calm although she was very disappointed.

a. Disappointed as she was, Mary tried to keep calm. b. Mary lost her temper because of her disappointment. c. Feeling disappointed, Mary tried to keep calm, but she failed. d. Mary was too disappointed to keep calm. Adj + as + S + auxi V: mặc dù
99 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

They did not let me in because I was not a member of the club.

a. They invited me although I was not a member of the club. b. They did not allow me to enter because I was not a member of the club. c. They invited me to the club as if I had been a member. d. They asked me to get out of the club because I was not a member. Đápánđúnglà: They did not allow me to enter because I was not a member of the club

Allow sm to do: cho phép ai làm gì.

100 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He is sorry now that he didn’t invite Molly to his party.

a. He wishes he will invite Molly to his party. b. He wishes he invited Molly to his party. c. He wishes he had invited Molly to his party. d. He wishes he would invite Molly to his party. Mong muốn một điều trái với quá khứ: Wish + Clause (had done)
101 Choose the best answer:

Don’t touch the dog. It ………….. hurt you if you don’t get close to it.

a. won’t hurt b. doesn’t hurt c. is not hurting d. will hurt  
102 Choose the best answer:

Well, if you are having another, I ………… have one too.

a. ’ll b. will be having c. am going to have d. am having Conditional structure IF and Future time clause: WILL do sth

Được, nếu cậu ăn thêm thì tôi cũng sẽ ăn xuất nữa.

103 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I did not understand what the lecturer was saying because I had not read his book.

a. I found it very difficult to understand what the lecturer said in his book. b. I would have understood what the lecturer was saying if I had read his book.
c. The lecturer’s book which I had not read was difficult to understand.
d. What the lecturer wrote and said was too difficult for me to understand. Câu điều kiện dạng 3:

if + S + past perfect, S + would have + P2

\ Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Because they made too many mistakes, they failed in the exam.

a. They made too many mistakes for them to fail in the exam. b. They made so many mistakes that they failed in the exam. c. They made such many mistakes that they failed in the exam. d. They made very many mistakes that they failed in the exam. So + adj + that: đến nỗi mà
105 Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

while Peter is here.

until he he has gone.

we won’t say anything

we will wait

a. 3241 b. 3142 c. 4123 d. 3421 Conjunction UNTIL an WHILE; and Future time clause: WILL do sth

Chúng tôi sẽ không nói gì trong khi Peter ở đây. Chúng tôi sẽ đợi đến khi anh ấy rời đi.

106 Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

a sea-side holiday

at the end of June

after the school year ends

we are going to have

a. 3214 b. 2431 c. 3412 d. 4213 Conjunction AFTER and Future time clause: BE GOING TO do sth

Chúng tôi sẽ có kỳ nghỉ ở biển vào cuối tháng 6 sau khi năm học kết thúc

107 Choose the best answer:

Sure, ……….. the windows this afternoon before I the guests arrive

a. I will be cleaning b. I’ll clean c. I clean d. I am going to clean  
108 ow my duty. am going to look

I’m sure he didn’t know that his brother was seriously ill.

He didn’t know that his brother was seriously ill. – SAI b. He couldn’t possibly have known that his brother was seriously ill. c. He couldn’t possibly have knew that his brother was seriously ill. d. He couldn’t possibly know that his brother was seriously ill. Could have done: dùng để phỏng đoán một điều gì đó có thể đã xảy ra trong quá khứ.
109 Would you mind not smoking here? I’d rather you not to smoke in here. SAI I’d rather you don’t smoke in here. SAI b. I’d rather you didn’t smoke in here a. I’d rather you not smoke in here. Would rather sb did st/ didn’t do st: muốn ai đó làm (không làm) việc gì đó
110 The sooner you stop smoking cigarettes the better you’ll feel. When you stop smoking, you’ll begin to feel bette a. Though you feel better, you still smoke. b. As soon as you feel better, you’ll try to stop smoking. c. You feel so much better since he stopped smoking. So sánh kép: the sooner…the better
111 How long haven’t you seen Peter? When did you last see Peter? b. When are you going to see Peter? a. When haven’t you seen Peter? c. When will you and Peter see each other again? How long (present perfect) when …last (past simple)
112 What …… doing at nine o’clock yesterday evening? did Peter       4231
Ngày nay ở đây là nhà còn 100 năm trước đây là rất nhiều cây xanh.
113 1.there are houses here,
2.there were a lot of green trees,
3.but a hundred years ago,
4.these days
4132 a. 3421 b. 2143 d. 2431 Ngày nay ở đây là nhà còn 100 năm trước đây là rất nhiều cây xanh.
114 I ………. after the children while they are staying here. I know my duty. am going to look        
115 In spite of heavy rain, my brother went to work Although it rained heavily, my brother went to work.        
116 The bridge was so low that the bus couldn’t go under it It was so a low bridge that the bus couldn’t go under it. – SAI        
117 This will be the orchestra’s first performance outside London This will be the first time the orchestra has played outside London.        
118 Quang is very good at drawing. His father is a famous painter Quang’s father, who is a famous painter, is very good at drawing. SAI Quang, whose father is a famous painter is very good at drawing – SAI      
119 In spite of all our efforts, we failed in the final match. Although we tried very hard, we failed in the final match a. Whatever efforts we had made, we weren’t able to win in the final match. b. We made all our efforts so that we could gain success in the final match. d. We failed in the final match as a result of all our great efforts. In spite of + Noun/ V-ing: mặc dù… nhưng
120 Mark …… smoking last month, and he started playing tennis again last week Stopped       Stopped (Mark bỏ thuốc tháng trước và anh bắt đầu chơi tennis trở lại vào tuần trước.)
121 What particular impressed me was her excellent command of English. I was particularly impressed by her excellent command of English a. I particularly impressed by her excellent command of English. b. I was particularly impressed with her excellent command of English. d. I was particularly impressed when her excellent command of English. Be impressed by st/ sb: bị ấn tượng bởi ai/ cái gì.
122 1.watching it,
2.flew away and disappeared,
3.it suddently,
4.as we were
4132 b. 1234 c. 2341 d. 3142 Khi chúng tôi đang ngắm nó thì nó bỗng dưng bay đi và biến mất.
123 Have you ever been to Japan?’ he asked me. He wanted to know whether I had been to Japan       Chuyển từ câu trực tiếp sang gián tiếp.
Đổi thì hiện tài hoàn thành -> quá khứ hoàn thành
124 1.I receive my salary, 2.She said that, 3.as soon as, 4.she’ll pay you back next week 2431 a. 2413 b. 1432 d. 1324 Conjunction AS SOON AS and Future time clause: WILL do sth
Tôi sẽ trả anh vào tuần tới ngay sau khi tôi nhận lương
125 1.Rob and Sophia Craven, 2.but they are going to, 3.live in England, 4.move to California 1324 a. 1423 b. 2413 c. 4312 Conjunction BUT and Future time clause: BE GOING to do sth Rob và Sophia Craven sống ở Anh nhưng họ sẽ chuyển đến California
126 Their dog was so fierce that nobody would visit them.: They had such a fierce dog that nobody would visit them a. They had such fierce dog that nobody would visit them. c. Their dog was too fierce that nobody would visit them. d. They had a such fierce dog that nobody would visit them. Such + (a) noun phrase that: …đến nỗi mà…
127 Could you tell Tom to ring me, please? – Yes, ……… him when I meet him tomorrow. I’ll tell Conjunction WHEN and Future time clause a. I tell b. I am telling d. I won’t telling : WILL do sth
– Cậu làm ơn bảo Tôm điện cho tôi nhé.
– Được, tôi sẽ nói khi gặp cậu ấy vào ngày mai.
128 I had better get back to work It’s high time I get back to work. SAI I would like to go back to work. SAI      
129 The people watched the game. None of them will ever forget it. None of the people that watched the game will ever forget it & Nobody that wached the game will ever forget it a. None of the people that watched the game will ever forget it. c. The people watched the game none of whom will ever forget it. d. Nobody that wached the game will ever forget it.  
130 The girl just said hello. She is Tom’s youngest sister The girl who just said hello is Tom’s youngest sister.        
131 Even though it was raining heavily, the explorers decided to contitnue their journey heavy rain could not prevent the explorers from continueing their journey       Prevent sb from doing st: ngăn trở ai làm việc gì
132 1.send you some postcards, 2.when, 3.I’ll, 4.I’m on holiday, 2431 a. 3241 b. 1423 c. 2143 Conjunction WHEN and Future time clause: WILL do sth. Khi (nào) đi nghỉ tôi sẽ gửi ảnh cho anh
133 1.a sea-side holiday, 2.at the end of June, 3.after the school year ends, 4.we are going to have 3412 b. 3214 c. 4213 d. 2431 Conjunction AFTER and Future time clause: BE GOING TO do sth
Chúng tôi sẽ có kỳ nghỉ ở biển vào cuối tháng 6 sau khi năm học kết thúc
134 Athough old-age pensions have risen considerably, they haven’t kept pace with the cost of living Despite the fact that old-age pensions have risen considerably, they haven’t kept pace with the cost of living        
135 I didn’t hear the phone because when it rang, I …….. a shower in the bathroom. was having a. had b. having c. have had Past Continuos

Tôi đã không nghe thấy tiếng điện thoại vì khi nó kêu tôi đang tắm trong buồng tắm.

136 It is still cold but it was colder yesterday. Yesterday was more cold than today. SAI b. It isn’t cold as yesterday. c. It isn’t as cold as it was yesterday. d. It is colder than it was yesterday. So sánh hơn so sánh bằng
137 The jumper you knitted for my daughter no longer fits her. My daughter has grown out of that jumper you knitted for her. b. My daughter grew out of that jumper you knitted for her. c. My daughter has grown out that jumper you knitted for her. d. My daughter will grow out of that jumper you knitted for her. Grow out of + clothes: không mặc vừa (quần áo)
138 Let’s go for a walk in the park’ said Andrew Andrew suggested that they should go for a walk in the park. b. Andrew suggested that they would go for a walk in the park. c. Andrew suggested going for a walk in the park. d. Andrew suggested that they went for a walk in the park. Suggest (that) sb (should) do st: gợi ý, đề xuất ai làm việc gì đó
139 No one in the class is taller than Dave Dave is the tallest student in the class        
140 Despite his inexperience in the field, John applied for the job. John applied for the job even though he has no experience in the field. a. John was unable to do the job because he was inexperienced. b. John did not apply for the job because of his inexperience in the field. d. John applied for the job because he has experience in the field. Even though + clause: mặc dù…nhưng
141 The result of the match was never in doubt. At no time was the result of the match never in doubt. a. At any time the result of the match was never in doubt. b. At no time the result of the match was never in doubt. c. At not time the result of the match was never in doubt. At no time = never: nếu để đầu câu phải đảo ngữ (at no time was the result…)
142 1.but yesterday, 2.today, 3.I was so sad, 4.I am happy 2413 b. 1234 c. 3412 d. 4321 Past Simple: BE

Hôm nay tôi vui nhưng hôm qua tôi buồn.

143 When we arrived the airport, we ……….. the taxi to the city centre. took a. are took b. taked c. were taking Past Simple: irregular verb

Khi đến sân bay, chúng tôi bắt tắc xi về trung tâm thành phố.

144 Helen can play the piano better than Elizabeth Elizabeth cannot play the piano as well as Helen        
145 They …… in the country. bought a big old house b. buyed a big old house c. bought an old big house d. buyed an old big house Past Simple: irregular verb

Họ đã mua 1 cái cây lớn ở quê.

146 ‘Leave my house now or I’ll call the police’ shouted the lady to the man The lady threatened to call the police if the man didn’t leave the house. b. The lady said that she would call the police if the man didn’t leave her house. c. The lady told the man that should would call the police if he didn’t leave her house. d. The lady informed the man that she would call the police if he didn’t leave her house.  
147 If the homework is difficult, I will ask you for help. Unless the homework is easy, I will ask you for help a. Unless the homework isn’t difficult, I won’t ask you for help. b. Unless the homework is easy, I won’t ask you for help. c. Unless the homework is difficult, I will ask you for help.  
148 They cancelled all flights because of fog All flights were cancelled because of fog        
149 He was sentenced to six months in prison for his part in the robbery He received a six-month sentence for his part in the robbery.        
150 Madeleine wears high heels to look taller In order to look taller, Madeleine wears high heels.        
151 I’m sorry. You have to wait for some time.
Mrs Johnson …………… .
a. hasn’t arrived yet b. have jusst arrived c. haven’t arrvived already d. have already arrived  
152 You had better not lend him any more money, Elizabeth’ said John. John advised Elizabeth not to lend him any more money. a. John advised Elizabeth not to lend him any more money. b. John advised Elizabeth not lending him any more money. c. John advised Elizabeth not to lend him any money.  
153 I applied for the job but was turned down. My application for the job was turned down. b. My application of the job was turned down. c. My application for the job was accepted. d. My application with the job was turned down. Application for st (the job…): sự nộp hồ sơ xin …
154 I’m sorry I didn’t phone him yesterday I wish I had phoned him yesterday        
155 1.I just wanted, 2.I remember, 3.being so impatient, 4 to disappear and 1423        
156 You haven’t tided up this room for weeks It’s weeks since you tided up this room.        
157 What is a negative adverb –  inhappily – imnormally      
158 I started work for the company a year ago I have been working for the company for a year. a. I have been work for the company for a year. b. I have been working for the company for a year ago. d. I worked for the company last year.  
159 This furniture is so old that it’s not worth keeping This is such old furniture that it’s not worth keeping      
160 Somebody might have stolen your car Your car might have been stolen by somebody a. Your car might have been stolen. b. Somebody might have been stolen your car. c. Your car might be stolen.  
161 I used to live alone  – I lived by myself and I was used to it        
162 The accident happened because the train driver ignored a warning light If the train driver hadn’t ignored a warning light, the accident wouldn’t happen If the train driver hadn’t ignored a warning light, the accident wouldn’t happen. If the train driver hadn’t ignored a warning light, the accident wouldn’t happen    
163 People must not leave bicycles in the hall Bicycles must not be left in the hall.        
164 Tom is younger than he looks Tom isn’t as old as he looks        
165 Why didn’t I get a computer before?’ thought the office manager The office manager wondered why he hadn’t got a computer before.        
166 1.have arrived, 2.the dirrectors, 3.half an hour ago, but, 4.they đin’t stay long 2134 a. 4123 b. 2413 c. 4312 Các giám đốc đã đến chừng nửa giờ trước nhưng họ không ở lại lâu.
167 I haven’t been to a concert for over a year The last time I went to a concert was over a year ago.        
168 I’m very tired. …………….. over hundred miles today.  I drove a. I’ve driven c. I was driving d. I’m been driven  
169 Why don’t you meet to discuss the pay offer? I suggest you should meet.        
170 Here’s my report. ……………… it at last. I finished a. I has finished c. I’ve finished d. I’ve finishing Đây là bản báo cáo của tôi. Cuối cùng thì tôi cũng hoàn thành nó.
171 When did you last ride a bike? How long is it since you ride a bike? b. How long is it since you rode a bike? c. How long ago have you riden a bike? d. How long is it when you rode a bike? When … last (past simple) how long … (present perfet)
172 Peter always feels …………. unhappy at school because he cannot find a good way to communicate with his classmates seriously        
173 I haven’t seen that coat before. How …….. you had it? long have a. just have b. ever have d. much have Present Perfect

Tôi chưa từng thấy cái áo khoác này bao giờ. Cậu có nó từ khi nào vậy?

174 1.in the mirror one morning, 2.totally unrecognisable, 3.I remember looking, 4.and my face was 3142 a. 4123 b. 2341 d. 2431 Tôi nhớ nhìn cái mặt mình trong gương vào một buổi sáng và thấy hoàn toàn không nhận ra mình.
175 I was late for work because the bus broke down. Due to a bus break-down, I was late for work. a. Since the bus broke into pieces, I was late for work. b. As the bus was broken, I was late for work. c. Due to the fact that the bus was broken, I was late for work. Break down: dùng ở dạng chủ động – bị hỏng.
176 Handicapped people find shopping in supermarkets difficult It is difficult for handicapped people to shop in supermarkets a. It is difficult for handicapped people shopping in supermarkets. b. It is difficult with handicapped people to shop in supermarkets. d. It is difficult for handicapped people shop in supermarkets. It is difficult for sb to do st: làm việc gì đó thì khó đối với ai…
177 Although he didn’t speak Dutch, Bod decided to settle in Amsterdam. In spite of being unable to speak Dutch, Bod decided to settle in Amsterdam. a. In spite of not to speak Dutch, Bod decided to settle in Amsterdam. b. In spite being unable to speak Dutch, Bod decided to settle in Amsterdam. d. In spite of unable to speak Dutch, Bod decided to settle in Amsterdam. In spite of + noun phrase/ V-ing: mặc dù…nhưng…
178 The Prime Minister was determined to remain in office. The Prime Minister had no intention of giving up office. a. The Prime Minister had not intention of giving up office. c. The Prime Minister had any intention of giving up office. d. The Prime Minister had intention of giving up office. Have no intention of doing st: không có dự định làm gì
179 Where are you spending your holidays?’ Janet asked us Janet asked us where we were spending our holidays.        
180 I haven’t eaten this kind of food before This is the first time I have eaten this kind of food.        
181 Susan felt sick, because she ate four cream cakes If Susan hadn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t have felt sick a. If Susan hasn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t have felt sick. b. If Susan hadn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t have felt ill. d. If Susan hadn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t feel sick.  
182 Without this treatment, the patient would have died. If he hadn’t followed this treatment, the patient would have died.        
183 My career as a teacher began 14 years ago I have been a teacher for 14 years now.        
184 No one in our club can speak English as fluently as Mai. Mai speaks English the most fluently in our club a. Mai speaks English as fluently as other people in our club. b. Mai speaks English more fluently than no one in our club. c. Mai is the worst English speaker in our club. As… as so sánh tuyệt đối.
185 What a pity you failed your driving test! I wish you had passed your driving test a. I wish you will pass your driving test. c. I wish you passed your driving test. d. I wished you didn’t fail your driving test. Wish + Clause (Past perfect): mong muốn điều trái quá khứ
186 I usually drive to work, but today I go by bus Instead of driving to work, I go buy bus today        
187 They are building a new high way around the city A new high way is being built around the city a. A new high way around the city is being built. c. A new high way is been built around the city. d. Around the city a new high way is being built.  
188 People believed he won a lot of money on the lottery He is believed to have won a lot of money on the lottery        
189 The woman was too weak to lift the basket She was so weak that she couldn’t lift the basket        
190 Handicapped people find shopping in supermarkets difficult. It is difficult with handicapped people to shop in supermarkets a. It is difficult for handicapped people to shop in supermarkets. c. It is difficult for handicapped people shopping in supermarkets d. It is difficult for handicapped people shop in supermarkets.  
191 ‘How old is your little boy?’ said the nurse to Mrs Bingley The nurse asked Mrs Bingley how old her little boy was.        
192 ‘If I were you, I would get in touch with the boss’ He suggested keeping in touch with the boss.        
193 Roses can’t possibly grow in such poor ground. It is impossible to grow roses in such poor ground a. It is impossible to grow roses in poor ground. b. It is impossible to grow roses in a poor ground. c. It is impossible not to grow roses in such poor ground. It is impossible to do st: việc gì đó không khả thi (không làm được)
194 Helen can play the piano better than Elizabeth. a. Elizabeth cannot play the piano as well than Helen. b. Elizabeth cannot play the piano as good as Helen. c. Elizabeth cannot play the piano better than Helen. d. Elizabeth cannot play the piano as well as Helen.  
195 The result of the match was never in doubt. a. At no time was the result of the match never in doubt. b. At no time the result of the match was never in doubt. c. At any time the result of the match was never in doubt. d. At not time the result of the match was never in doubt.  
196 No, we ……… . Philip and I were in Portugal in the summer. a. not be there b. did were there
c. didn’t be there
d. weren’t there Past Simple: BE (negative )

Chúng tôi đã không ở đó. Philip và tôi đã ở Bồ Đào Nha vào mùa hè này.

197 The value of sterling has fallen considerably in the past week. a. There has been a considerable fall in value of sterling in the past week. b. There has been a considerable fall in the value of sterling in the past week. c. There was a considerable fall in the value of sterling in the past week. d. There has been a considerable fall in the value of sterling past week. Viết lại câu chuyển từ động từ có trạng từ bổ nghĩa (has fallen considerably) sang danh từ (trước đó là tính từ – a considerable fall)
198 Having been served lunch, … a. It was discussed by the committee members the problem. c. A discussion of the problem was made by the members of the committee. b. The committee members discussed the problem d. the problem was discussed by the members of the committee. Present participle clause: (Ing-Clause: mệnh đề phân từ hiện tại đề đàu câu với nghĩa sau khi…)
199 This will be the orchestra’s first performance outside London. a. This will be the first time the orchestra performed outside London. b. This will be the first time the orchestra has played outside London. c. This will be the first time the orchestra played outside London. d. This will be the first time the orchestra will play outside London. This will be the first time… + Clause (have done): đây sẽ là lần đầu tiên… + Clause (chia thì hiện tại hoàn thành)
200 His second attempt on the world record was successful. a. He broke the world record with his second attempt. b. He breaks the world record on his second attempt. c. He broke the world record on his second attempt. d. He broke the world record by his second attempt. On one’s second attempt: sau nỗ lực lần thứ hai
201 Would you mind not smoking here?
a. I’d rather you not to smoke in here.
b. I’d rather you didn’t smoke in here.
c. I’d rather you don’t smoke in here. d. I’d rather you not smoke in here. Would rather sb did st/ didn’t do st: muốn ai đó làm (không làm) việc gì đó
202 No one in the class is taller than Dave. a. Dave is tallest student in the class. b. Dave is the tallest student in the class c. Dave is taller student in the class. d. Dave is the taller student in the class. So sánh hơn so sánh tuyệt đối.
203 The bridge was so low that the bus couldn’t go under it. a. It was so a low bridge that the bus couldn’t go under it. b. It was such a low bridge that the bus couldn’t go under it. c. It was a such low bridge that the bus couldn’t go under it.   So + adj + that = such + noun + that: đến nỗi mà
204 Let’s go for a walk in the park’ said Andrew. a. Andrew suggested that they would go for a walk in the park b. Andrew suggested going for a walk in the park. c. Andrew suggested that they should go for a walk in the park. d. Andrew suggested that they went for a walk in the park. Suggest (that) sb (should) do st: gợi ý, đề xuất ai làm việc gì đó
205 Mark …… smoking last month, and he started playing tennis again last week. a. is stopping b. stops c. stopped d. is stopped Mark bỏ thuốc tháng trước và anh bắt đầu chơi tennis trở lại vào tuần trước.
206 The crowd became increasingly angry at the long delay. a. The longer the delay was, the angrier the crowd became. b. The crowd became very angry because the delay was so long. c. The more increasingly the crowd became, the longer the delay was. d. The more the crowd became angry at the delay, the longer they feel. So sánh kép: the longer…the angrier…
207 The doctor recommended … a. That my father eating more fish and no drinking wine. b. My father that to eat more fish and not to drink wine. c. My father that eating more fish and no drinking wine. d. That my father eat more fish and not drinks wine. Cấu trúc giả định: Recommend that + S + V (nguyên thể): đề xuất, khuyên
208 Athough old-age pensions have risen considerably, they haven’t kept pace with the cost of living. a. Despite the fact that old-age pensions have risen considerably, they haven’t kept pace with the cost of living. b. The cost of living is so high that they couldn’t keep with it. c. The cost of living hasn’t been kept with no matter how high the old age pensions are. d. Old-age pensions may have risen considerably, but they haven’t kept pace with the cost of living. Although + clause = despite the fact that + clause: mặc dù…nhưng…
209 Nancy isn’t used to walking so far. a. Nancy isn’t accustomed to walking very far. b. Nancy needed help to walk so far. c. Nancy used to walk farther. d. Nancy doesn’t like to walk so far. Be used to + V-ing = Be accustomed to + V-ing: quen với việc gì
210 The crowd became increasingly angry at the long delay. a. The more the crowd became angry at the delay, the longer they feel. b. The longer the delay was, the angrier the crowd became. c. The more increasingly the crowd became, the longer the delay was. d. The crowd became very angry because the delay was so long. So sánh kép: the longer…the angrier…
211 In spite of heavy rain, my brother went to work. a. Although it rained heavily, my brother went to work. b. In spite it rained heavily, my brother went to work. c. Although of heavy rain, my brother went to work. d. Despite it rained heavily, my brother went to work. In spite of + Noun/ V-ing: mặc dù…nhưng
212 The chairman requested that… a. With more carefulness the problem would be studied. b. The problem was more carefulness studied. d. The members studied more carefully the program. c. The members study the problem more carefully. Request that S + V (nguyên thể): thức giả định: yêu cầu, đề nghị
213 It is still cold but it was colder yesterday. a. Yesterday was more cold than today. b. It isn’t as cold as it was yesterday. c. It isn’t cold as yesterday. d. It is colder than it was yesterday. So sánh hơn so sánh bằng
214 well, when we

in the sky

saw a strange object

were driving home last night, we

a. 4321 b. 3412 c. 2341 d. 1432 Ồ, khi chúng tôi lái xe về nhà đêm qua, chúng tôi đã nhìn thấy một vật thể lạ trên bầu trời
215 I would prefer you not to smoke in here. a. I’d rather you shouldn’t smoke in here. b. I’d rather you didn’t smoke in here. c. I’d rather you don’t smoke in here. d. I’d rather you not to smoke in here. Would rather sb did not to do = would prefer sb not to do
216 Quang is very good at drawing. His father is a famous painter a. Quang’s father, who is a famous painter, is very good at drawing b. Quang, whose father is a famous painter, is very good at drawing. c. Quang whose father is a famous painter is very good at drawing. d. Quang, whose father is a famous painter is very good at drawing.  
217 People should send their complaints to the office. a. Complaints should ben send to the office. b. Complaints should be sent to the office. c. Their complaints to the office should be sent. d. Complaints are sent to the office. Should + be + P2: bị động với Should
218 He was sentenced to six months in prison for his part in the robbery. a. For his participation in the robbery, he had been in prison for six months. b. He received a six-month sentence for his part in the robbery. c. He received a six months in prison for his part in the robbery. d. For his participation in the robbery, a prison had been given to him for six months Six-month sentence: án tù sáu tháng
219 As soon as I receive my result, I will phone you. a. After receiving my result, I will call you. b. I will ring you the moment I receive my result c. Sooner or later after I receive my result, I will give you a ring. d. I will make you a phone call while I get my result. As soon as + clause: mệnh đề thời gian: ngay khi…
220 Choose the best answer:

For a while, I was …………… unhappy.

a. unbelievingly b. believably c. unbelievably d. believingly Nhưng chỉ trong một lúc thôi, tôi thấy mình bất đến không thể tin nổi.
221 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

My career as a teacher began 14 years ago.

a. I have been a teacher for 14 years now. b. I was a teacher for 14 years. c. For 14 years have I been a teacher. d. I have started teaching for 14 years now. Past simple present perfect
223 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘How old is your little boy?’ said the nurse to Mrs Bingley.

a. The nurse asked Mrs Bingley how old her little boy is. b. The nurse asked Mrs Bingley how old her little boy was. c. The nurse asked Mrs Bingley how age her little boy was. d. The nurse asked Mrs Bingley how old was her little boy. Câu hỏi gián tiếp, trợ động từ không đứng trước chủ ngữ như trong câu hỏi trực tiếp (the nurse asked…how old her little boy was)
224 ‘You had better not lend him any more money, Elizabeth’ said John. a. John advised Elizabeth not to lend him any money. b. John advised Elizabeth not lending him any more money. c. John advised Elizabeth not lend him any more money. d. John advised Elizabeth not to lend him any more money.  
225 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I started work for the company a year ago.

a. I have been working for the company for a year ago. b. I worked for the company last year. c. I have been work for the company for a year. d. I have been working for the company for a year. S + have/ has + been V-ing: thì hiện tại hoàn thành tiếp diễn
226 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

We didn’t have enough money, so we didn’t go on holiday.

a. If we had had enough money, we could go on a holiday. b. If we had enough money, we could have gone on a holiday. c. If we had had enough money, we could have gone on a holiday. d. If we had had enough money, we would go on holiday. Câu điều kiện dạng 3:

If (past perfect) – Main clause (Would have + P2)

227 Choose the best answer:

I’m sorry. You have to wait for some time.

Mrs Johnson …………… .

a. hasn’t arrived yet b. have already arrived c. have jusst arrived d. haven’t arrvived already Present Perfect

Xin lỗi, xin ngài chờ một lát. Bà Johnson vẫn chưa đến.

228 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The Prime Minister was determined to remain in office.

a. The Prime Minister had no intention of giving up office. b. The Prime Minister had intention of giving up office. c. The Prime Minister had any intention of giving up office. d. The Prime Minister had not intention of giving up office. Have no intention of doing st: không có dự định làm gì
229 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

People believed he won a lot of money on the lottery.

a. He was believed to win a lot of money on the lottery. b. He is believed that he won a lot of money on the lottery. c. He is believed to have won a lot of money on the lottery. d. He won a lot of money on the lottery, it is believed. Bị động chủ động

(S + be + believed/thought/ guesed… + to + V/ have + P2)

230 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Maria didn’t apply for the job in the library and regret it now.

a. Maria wishes she has applied for the job in the library. b. Maria wishes she would apply for the job in the library.
c. Maria wishes she applied for the job in the library.
d. Maria wishes she had applied for the job in the library.  Wish + Clause (had done): mong muốn một điều trái với quá khứ
231 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Handicapped people find shopping in supermarkets difficult.

a. It is difficult with handicapped people to shop in supermarkets. b. It is difficult for handicapped people to shop in supermarkets. c. It is difficult for handicapped people shop in supermarkets. d. It is difficult for handicapped people shopping in supermarkets. It is difficult for sb to do st: làm việc gì đó thì khó đối với ai…
232 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Why don’t you meet to discuss the pay offer?

a. I suggest you should meet. b. I suggest you would meet. c. I suggest you had a meeting. d. I suggest you need to meet.  
233 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I started work for the company a year ago.

a. I have been work for the company for a year. b. I have been working for the company for a year. c. I worked for the company last year. d. I have been working for the company for a year ago. S + have/ has + been V-ing: thì hiện tại hoàn thành tiếp diễn
234 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Roses can’t possibly grow in such poor ground.

a. It is impossible to grow roses in poor ground. b. It is impossible to grow roses in such poor ground. c. It is impossible not to grow roses in such poor ground. d. It is impossible to grow roses in a poor ground. It is impossible to do st: việc gì đó không khả thi (không làm được)
235 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Susan felt sick, because she ate four cream cakes.

a. If Susan hadn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t have felt sick. b. If Susan hadn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t feel sick. c. If Susan hasn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t have felt sick. d. If Susan hadn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t have felt ill. Câu điều kiện dạng 3: If (had done) – Clause (would have done)
236 Choose the best answer:

I haven’t seen that coat before. How …….. you had it?

a. much have b. just have c. ever have d. long have Tôi chưa từng thấy cái áo khoác này bao giờ. Cậu có nó từ khi nào vậy?
237 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I didn’t spend as much money as my friend did.

a. My friend spent more money than I did. b. My friend spent much money than me. c. My friend spent more money than I . d. My friend spend more money than I do So sánh bằng so sánh hơn
238 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Stop talking or you won’t understand the lesson.

a. If you don’t stop talking, you wouldn’t understand the lesson. b. If you hadn’t sotpped talking, you wouldn’t understand the lesson. c. If you hadn’t stopped talking, you wouldn’t have understood the lesson. d. If you don’t stop talking, you won’t understand the lesson. Câu điều kiện dạng 1:

If (Present simple) – Main clause (Will)

239 Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

This furniture is so old that it’s not worth keeping.

a. This is such old furniture that it’s not worth be kept. b. This is a such old furniture that it’s not worth keeping. c. This is such old furniture that it’s not worth keeping. d. This is such an old furniture that it’s not worth keeping. Such + noun phrase that + clause: … đến nỗi mà…
  What is a negative adverb a. imnormally b. ilnormally c. abnormally d. innormally  
  Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

I just wanted

I remember

being so impatient

to disappear and

a. 3421 b. 1423 c. 2341 d. 2134 Adverbs of DEGREE

Tôi đã từng muốn biến mất và nhớ mình đã cố kiên trì đến mức nào.

  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

People must not leave bicycles in the hall.

a. Bicycles in the hall must not left. b. Bicycles must not be left in the hall. c. Bicycles must been not left in the hall. d. Bicycles in the hall must not being left. Must not be + P2: bị động với Must ở dạng phủ định.
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

You haven’t tided up this room for weeks.

a. Its weeks when you tide up this room. b. It’s weeks since you tided up this room. c. Its’ weeks when you tided up this room. d. It’s weeks since you tide up this room. Present perfect past simple (It is + time since…)
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I haven’t eaten this kind of food before.

a. This is the first time I eat this kind of food. b. This is the first time I have eaten this kind of food. c. I never eat this food before. d. This is the first time I ate this kind of food. This is the first time + Clause (Present perfect)
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The students’ bad behavior should have been severely punished.

a. The students deserved severe punishement because their bad behavior. b. The students deserved severe punishement thanks for their bad behavior. c. The students deserved severe punish for their bad behavior. d. The students deserved severe punishement for their bad behavior. Deserve + noun phrase: đáng bị (phạt)
  Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

the staff

not to delay the project any further

are working at weekends

so as

a. 3142 b. 4321 c. 1342 d. 3124 So as not to + infinitive = (ĐỂ không /phủ định)

Đội ngũ nhân viên làm cả cuối tuần để không trì hoãn dự án thêm chút nào nữa.

  It’s impossible to cross the road because of the traffic. a. The traffic makes everyone impossible to cross the road. b. The traffic makes it be impossible to cross the road. c. The traffic makes it impossible to cross the road. d. The traffic makes people to cross the road. Make it impossible to do st: khiến cho không làm được việc gì
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

How long have Catherine and Henry been engaged?

a. When Catherine and Henry got engaged? b. When were Catherine and Henry get engaged? c. When have Catherine and Henry got engaged? d. When did Catherine and Henry get engaged? How long: hỏi về khoảng thời gian – trong trường hợp này dùng hiện tại hoàn thành, khi hởi với When (thường hỏi cho mốc thời gian) thì dùng thì quá khứ đơn.
  Choose the best answer:

But if you stay calm and deal with the situation ………… and sensibly, things will not get out of hand.

a. logically b. logicly c. illogically d. logicality Nhưng khi bạn giữ bình tĩnh và xử lý tình huống một cách lô gic và hợp lý thì mọi chuyện sẽ không tuột khỏi tầm tay.
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The woman was too weak to lift the basket.

a. The woman lifted the basket, so she wans’t very weak. b. The woman shouldn’t have lifted the basket because she was so weak. c. Although she was weak, she could lift the basket. d. She was so weak that she couldn’t lift the basket. So + adj + that + clause: đến nỗi mà
  Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

I just wanted

I remember

being so impatient

to disappear and

a. 2341 b. 2134 c. 1423 d. 3421  
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I’m not very good at gardening, I’m afraid.

a. I am afraid of working in the garden. b. I’m not much of a gardener, I’m afraid. c. I’m scared to work in the garden. d. I regret that I bad at gardening. To be not much of: không giỏi về…
  Choose the best answer:

The Prime Minister …….. Lutin University. He spoke to the students there ealier today.

a. was visiting b. was visited c. have visited d. has visited  
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

What a pity you failed your driving test!

a. I wish you will pass your driving test. b. I wished you didn’t fail your driving test. c. I wish you passed your driving test. d. I wish you had passed your driving test. Wish + Clause (Past perfect): mong muốn điều trái quá khứ
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I’m sorry I didn’t phone him yesterday.

a. I wish I had phoned him yesterday. b. I wish I would phone him yesterday. c. I wish I have phoned him yesterday. d. I wish I phoned him yesterday. Wish + Clause (Past perfect): mong muốn điều trái với quá khứ.
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

When did you last ride a bike?

a. How long is it since you rode a bike? b. How long is it since you ride a bike? c. How long is it when you rode a bike? d. How long ago have you riden a bike?  
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘Would you like to stay for dinner?’ she asked me.

a. She asked me if I liked to stay for dinner b. She invited me to stay for dinner. c. She offered me dinner. d. She was very kind to offer me dinner. Would you like: câu mời

Invite sb to do: mời ai làm gì

  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Why don’t you meet to discuss the pay offer?

a. I suggest you need to meet.
b. I suggest you should meet. c. I suggest you had a meeting. d. I suggest you would meet. Suggest sb (should) do st: gợi ý, đề xuất ai làm việc gì
  Choose the best answer:

Though he did work hard, he ………….. found the content of his boss.

a. hardly b. hard c. hardily d. hardest Forrmation of ADVERRB

Mặc dù anh ấy làm việc khá cần cù nhưng anh ấy hiếm khi tìm thấy sự hài lòng của ông chủ.

  What kind of word is it?

UNLIKELY

a. a negative adjective
b. a positive adjective
. a negative adverb
d. a positive adverb ADVERBS and ADJECTIVES
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘Why didn’t I get a computer before?’ thought the office manager.

a. The office manager wondered why he hadn’t got a computer before. b. The office manager wondered why he didn’t get a computer before. c. The office manager wondered why hadn’t he got a computer before. d. The office manager wondered why didn’t he got a computer before.  
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I usually drive to work, but today I go by bus.

a. Although I can drive to work, I go by bus today. b. Although I can go by bus, I drive to work today. c. Instead of going by bus, I drive to work today. d. Instead of driving to work, I go buy bus today. Instead of + V-ing: thay vì làm việc gì
  Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

I haven’t been

for about a year

to the car wash

this car is filthy

a. 4132 b. 1234
c. 3214
d. 2413 It isn’t my intention to…tôi không định…/ chủ ý…

Tôi không cố ý khiến bạn buồn.

  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘If I were you, I wouldn’t go’ he said.

a. He asked me not to go. b. He advised me against going. c. He advised me never to go. d. He told me to stay with me. f I were you…: dùng để đưa ra lời khuyên

Invite sb against + V-ing: khuyên ai không nên làm gì

  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He was sentenced to six months in prison for his part in the robbery.

a. He received a six-month sentence for his part in the robbery. b. For his participation in the robbery, a prison had been given to him for six months c. He received a six months in prison for his part in the robbery. d. For his participation in the robbery, he had been in prison for six months. Six-month sentence: án tù sáu tháng
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

The children coulnd’t go swimming because the sea was very rough.

a. The sea was too rough for the children go swimming. b. The sea was too rough for the children not to go swimming. c. The sea was too rough for the children to go swimming. d. The sea was too rough for the children to go swim.  
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Jane is a better cook than Betty.

a. Betty can cook as good as Jane. b. Betty can’t cook as well as Jane. c. Betty can cook well as Jane. d. Betty cooks less than Jane.  
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘I will pay back the money, Gloria’, said Ivan.

a. Ivan promised to pay back Gloria’s money. b. Ivan offered to pay Gloria the money back. c. Ivan apologized to Gloria for borrowing her money. d. Ivan suggested paying back the money to Gloria. Promise to do: hứa làm việc gì
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

John Speke failed to find the source of the River Nile.

a. John Speke didn’t succeed for finding the source of the River Nile. b. John Speke didn’t succeed at finding the source of the River Nile. c. John Speke didn’t succeed with finding the source of the River Nile. d. John Speke didn’t succeed in finding the source of the River Nile. Fail to do st = not succeed in doing st: thất bại khi làm việc gì đó
  Choose the best answer:

This program must be new. I ……… seen it before.

a. have since b. have never c. have ever d. have yet Chương trình này nhất định là mới. Tôi chưa từng xem nó trước đây.
  Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:

I’ve ever

the first time

lived way from home

this is

a. 4231
b. 4213 c. 3214 d. 2413 Đây là lần đầu tiên tôi từng sống xa nhà.
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Tom went to Scotland last Friday and is still there.

a. Tom has been in Scotland for lat Friday. b. Tom has been in Scotland last Friday. c. Tom has been in Scotland since last Friday d. Tom went to Scotland since last Friday. Đápánđúnglà: Tom has been in Scotland since last Friday

Past simple present perfect

  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘You should have finished the report by now’ – John told his secretary.

a. John reminded his secretary of finishing the report on time b. John scolded his secretary for not having finished the report. c. John reproached his secretary for not having finishsed the report. d. John said that his secretary had not finished the report.  
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

They are building a new high way around the city.

a. A new high way is been built around the city.
b. A new high way around the city is being built.
c. A new high way is being built around the city. d. Around the city a new high way is being built. Passive voice (present continuous)
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

She knows a lot more about it than I do.

a. I don’t know as much as she does. b. I don’t know as much about it as she does.
c. I don’t know much about it as she does.
d. I know less than she does. More …than as … as
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

You should clean this room every day.

a. This room should be clean everyday. b. This room should be cleaned every day. c. This room should clean every day d. This room should been cleaned everyday. Should be + P2: bị động dùng với Should
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

He started learning French six years ago.

a. He has learned French for six years. b. It is six years since he has learnt French. c. He hasns’t learnt French for six years. d. It was six years ago did he start learning French Past simple present perfect
  He said he was anxious about the plight of the homeless. a. He showed concern for the plight of the homeless. b. He shows concern for the plight of the homeless. c. He showed concern with the plight of the homeless. d. He showed concerns for the plight of the homeless. Show concern for sb/ st: thể hiện sự quan tâm/ lo lắng cho ai, cái gì
  ‘I was not there at the time’ he said. a. He denied being there at the time. b. He denied that he wasn’t there at the time. c. He denied that there at the time. d. He denied not being there at the time. Deny + V-ing: phủ nhận đã làm gì
  Peter always feels …………. unhappy at school because he cannot find a good way to communicate with his classmates. a. seriously b. exactly c. absolutely d. extremely Peter luôn cảm thấy rất buồn khi đến trường vì cậu ấy không thể tìm được cách giao tiếp với bạn cùng lớp của mình.
  He was sentenced to six months in prison for his part in the robbery. a. He received a six-month sentence for his part in the robbery. b. For his participation in the robbery, he had been in prison for six months. c. For his participation in the robbery, a prison had been given to him for six months d. He received a six months in prison for his part in the robbery. Six-month sentence: án tù sáu tháng
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

I used to live alone.

a. I was used to living by myself b. I am used to living alone.
c. I lived by myself but I no longer do it now.
d. I lived by myself and I was used to it.  
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

‘Where are you spending your holidays?’ Janet asked us.

a. Janet asked us where we was spening our holidays. b. Janet asked us where we were spending our holidays.
c. Janet asked us where you were spending your holidays.
d. Janet asked us that where we were spending our holidays. Trực tiếp gián tiếp: Present continuous past continuous
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Please check for damage before signing the delivery note.

a. Don’t sign the delivery note after checking.
b. Don’t sign the delivery note without checking.
c. Don’t sign the delivery note but not checking.
d. Don’t sign the delivery note without being checked. Without doing st: không làm việc gì đó
  Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:

Madeleine wears high heels to look taller.

a. Madelein wants high heels to make her taller.
b. Madeleine buys high heels to look taller. c. In order to look taller, Madeleine wears high heels d. So that to look taller, Madeleine wears high heels. In order to + V: diễn tả mục đích
  You should clean this room every day. a. This room should be clean everyday. b. This room should been cleaned everyday
c. This room should be cleaned every day.
d. This room should clean every day.  
  1. boiling in Athens

2. it was

3. last week

4. absolutely

a. 2341 b. 2413 c. 4123 d. 3421 Adverbs of DEGREE

Trời đã cực nóng ở Athen vào tuần trước.

  How do you know about this? ………….. you? a. Who told b. Who have told c. Who did tell d. Who has told  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Đáp án đọc 2  
 
STT Nội dung câu hỏi Phương án 1 Phương án 2 Phương án 3 Phương án 4    
1 The ticket will cost… a. 9 pounds b. 5 pounds c. 37 pounds   You are listening to Radio South. Here is some information about a pop concert. The group Red River will come to London soon. They will be in London from the twenty-eight of October to the second of November. After that they will be in Oxford from the fourth of November until the ninth. Tickets are quite expensive – they cost thirty-seven pounds each, but half of that money will go to a children’s hospital. Tickets will sell quickly for this famous band so book early. To book a ticket for a London concert, telephone two-eight-three, double 0 – six – five between ten a.m. and ten p.m. Have a credit card number ready. The London concerts will be in South Bank Hall. It’s very easy to find. The best way to get there is to take the train. The concert hall is in Trinity Street. That’s T-R-I-N-I-T-Y Street. See you there.  
2 During Diane’s trip to London… a. It rained b. It snowed c. It was windy      
3 After the meal, Diane and her friends … a. Walked by the water b. Saw a film c. Sat and talked  
 
 
4 Diane says the restaurant was… a. expensive b. quiet c. full      
5 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. B b. C c. A      
6 The centre number is… a. 793220 b. 792020 c. 793200   This is the Mill House Health Centre. The Health Centre is closed until eight o’clock tomorrow morning, but here is some important information. To make an appointment with one of the doctors you can phone us tomorrow. The number is seven nine three double two 0. The Health Centre is always very busy early in the morning so please do not phone before eight-thirty. If you want to get medicine, Padley’s Chemist’s Shop, that’s a PADLEYS, is open until ten p.m, every evening this week, including Sundays. Take the 77 bus to the High Street. The stop is right outside the shop. If you need to see a doctor now, please go to the accident department at University Hospital. They are open twenty-four hours a day for accidents and emergencies. Thank you for calling the Mill House Health Centre this evening. Our doctors and nurses will be pleased to answer any more of your questions tomorrow.

Câu trả lời đúng là:

 
7 Which street should you take the bus to? a. Height Street b. High Street c. Hifi Street   This is the Mill House Health Centre. The Health Centre is closed until eight o’clock tomorrow morning, but here is some important information. To make an appointment with one of the doctors you can phone us tomorrow. The number is seven nine three double two 0. The Health Centre is always very busy early in the morning so please do not phone before eight-thirty. If you want to get medicine, Padley’s Chemist’s Shop, that’s a PADLEYS, is open until ten p.m, every evening this week, including Sundays. Take the 77 bus to the High Street. The stop is right outside the shop. If you need to see a doctor now, please go to the accident department at University Hospital. They are open twenty-four hours a day for accidents and emergencies. Thank you for calling the Mill House Health Centre this evening. Our doctors and nurses will be pleased to answer any more of your questions tomorrow.  
8 What should they bring to the museum? a. pencils b. food c. pens   Right, listen carefully, everyone. I want to tell you about our school trip. We are going to go on Saturday. I hope you can all come. As you know, we’re going to visit the film museum. There are lots of very interesting things there about the cinema and how films are made. We’ll have to leave at 8.45 so don’t be late. We’ll get there by bus. Please meet me in the car park. You all know where that is, don’t you? and when we return, the bus will leave you at the shool entrance. Tell your parents, won’t you?

What’s next? Oh yes, the cost. It’ll be six pounds seventy pence each, OK? Remember to get the money from your parents. Now, I’m going to give you some work to do at the museum. You’ll need to write things down, so take a pencil with you. we’ll have lunch in the museum café so you needn’t bring any food with you. well, I think that’s everything.

 
9 How will they get to the museum? a. By car b. By bus c. By train    
10 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. C b. A c. B      
11 What is the name of the chemist’s? a. PADLEYS b. BADLEYS c. PADNEYS   This is the Mill House Health Centre. The Health Centre is closed until eight o’clock tomorrow morning, but here is some important information. To make an appointment with one of the doctors you can phone us tomorrow. The number is seven nine three double two 0. The Health Centre is always very busy early in the morning so please do not phone before eight-thirty. If you want to get medicine, Padley’s Chemist’s Shop, that’s a PADLEYS, is open until ten p.m, every evening this week, including Sundays. Take the 77 bus to the High Street. The stop is right outside the shop. If you need to see a doctor now, please go to the accident department at University Hospital. They are open twenty-four hours a day for accidents and emergencies. Thank you for calling the Mill House Health Centre this evening. Our doctors and nurses will be pleased to answer any more of your questions tomorrow.  
12 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. A b. B c. C   Is the copy machine working? -> No, the repairman hasn’t arrived yet.  
13 Why shouldn’t you call the centre before 8.30? a. Because it’s too busy b. Because it is too early c. Because it is closed then   This is the Mill House Health Centre. The Health Centre is closed until eight o’clock tomorrow morning, but here is some important information. To make an appointment with one of the doctors you can phone us tomorrow. The number is seven nine three double two 0. The Health Centre is always very busy early in the morning so please do not phone before eight-thirty. If you want to get medicine, Padley’s Chemist’s Shop, that’s a PADLEYS, is open until ten p.m, every evening this week, including Sundays. Take the 77 bus to the High Street. The stop is right outside the shop. If you need to see a doctor now, please go to the accident department at University Hospital. They are open twenty-four hours a day for accidents and emergencies. Thank you for calling the Mill House Health Centre this evening. Our doctors and nurses will be pleased to answer any more of your questions tomorrow.  
14 Diane went to London by… a. car b. Underground c. bus      
15 What time are they going to leave? a. 8.15 b. 8.45 c. 8.35   Right, listen carefully, everyone. I want to tell you about our school trip. We are going to go on Saturday. I hope you can all come. As you know, we’re going to visit the film museum. There are lots of very interesting things there about the cinema and how films are made. We’ll have to leave at 8.45 so don’t be late. We’ll get there by bus. Please meet me in the car park. You all know where that is, don’t you? and when we return, the bus will leave you at the shool entrance. Tell your parents, won’t you?  
16 A part of the money will be spent on… a. A hospital b. Children’s library c. Children’s books   You are listening to Radio South. Here is some information about a pop concert. The group Red River will come to London soon. They will be in London from the twenty-eight of October to the second of November. After that they will be in Oxford from the fourth of November until the ninth. Tickets are quite expensive – they cost thirty-seven pounds each, but half of that money will go to a children’s hospital. Tickets will sell quickly for this famous band so book early. To book a ticket for a London concert, telephone two-eight-three, double 0 – six – five between ten a.m. and ten p.m. Have a credit card number ready. The London concerts will be in South Bank Hall. It’s very easy to find. The best way to get there is to take the train. The concert hall is in Trinity Street. That’s T-R-I-N-I-T-Y Street. See you there.  
17   a. A b. B c. C   Should I hire Mr. Mathers, or should I hire Mr. Williams? -> I’d go for the candidate with the most experience.  
18 How much is the ticket? a. £7.60 b. £6.17 c. £6.70   Right, listen carefully, everyone. I want to tell you about our school trip. We are going to go on Saturday. I hope you can all come. As you know, we’re going to visit the film museum. There are lots of very interesting things there about the cinema and how films are made. We’ll have to leave at 8.45 so don’t be late. We’ll get there by bus. Please meet me in the car park. You all know where that is, don’t you? and when we return, the bus will leave you at the shool entrance. Tell your parents, won’t you?

What’s next? Oh yes, the cost. It’ll be six pounds seventy pence each, OK? Remember to get the money from your parents. Now, I’m going to give you some work to do at the museum. You’ll need to write things down, so take a pencil with you. we’ll have lunch in the museum café so you needn’t bring any food with you. well, I think that’s everything.

 
19 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. C b. A c. B   Who is coming to the mortgage and insurance presentation? -> Ian and Brian will be joining you  
20 The London concert will be held in…. a. Shout bang Hall b. South bank Hall c. Sound band Hall   You are listening to Radio South. Here is some information about a pop concert. The group Red River will come to London soon. They will be in London from the twenty-eight of October to the second of November. After that they will be in Oxford from the fourth of November until the ninth. Tickets are quite expensive – they cost thirty-seven pounds each, but half of that money will go to a children’s hospital. Tickets will sell quickly for this famous band so book early. To book a ticket for a London concert, telephone two-eight-three, double 0 – six – five between ten a.m. and ten p.m. Have a credit card number ready. The London concerts will be in South Bank Hall. It’s very easy to find. The best way to get there is to take the train. The concert hall is in Trinity Street. That’s T-R-I-N-I-T-Y Street. See you there.  
21 They will be in London from… a. 28th October b. 9nd November c. 4th November      
22 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. B b. A c. C   Is the copy machine working? -> No, the repairman hasn’t arrived yet.  
23 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. A b. B c. C   Who is coming to the mortgage and insurance presentation? -> Ian and Brian will be joining you.  
24 During Diane’s trip to London… a. It was windy b. It rained c. It snowed      
25 What should they bring to the museum? a. pens b. pencils c. food   Right, listen carefully, everyone. I want to tell you about our school trip. We are going to go on Saturday. I hope you can all come. As you know, we’re going to visit the film museum. There are lots of very interesting things there about the cinema and how films are made. We’ll have to leave at 8.45 so don’t be late. We’ll get there by bus. Please meet me in the car park. You all know where that is, don’t you? and when we return, the bus will leave you at the shool entrance. Tell your parents, won’t you?

What’s next? Oh yes, the cost. It’ll be six pounds seventy pence each, OK? Remember to get the money from your parents. Now, I’m going to give you some work to do at the museum. You’ll need to write things down, so take a pencil with you. we’ll have lunch in the museum café so you needn’t bring any food with you. well, I think that’s everything.

 
26 Diane says the restaurant was… a. expensive b. quiet c. full      
27 How much is the ticket? a. £6.70 b. £6.17 c. £7.60      
28 After the meal, Diane and her friends … a. Walked by the water b. Sat and talked c. Saw a film      
29 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. A b. C c. B   Is your father home? -> Yes, just a minute please.  
30 Why shouldn’t you call the centre before 8.30? a. Because it’s too busy b. Because it is too early c. Because it is closed then   This is the Mill House Health Centre. The Health Centre is closed until eight o’clock tomorrow morning, but here is some important information. To make an appointment with one of the doctors you can phone us tomorrow. The number is seven nine three double two 0. The Health Centre is always very busy early in the morning so please do not phone before eight-thirty. If you want to get medicine, Padley’s Chemist’s Shop, that’s a PADLEYS, is open until ten p.m, every evening this week, including Sundays. Take the 77 bus to the High Street. The stop is right outside the shop. If you need to see a doctor now, please go to the accident department at University Hospital. They are open twenty-four hours a day for accidents and emergencies. Thank you for calling the Mill House Health Centre this evening. Our doctors and nurses will be pleased to answer any more of your questions tomorrow.  
31 How will they get to the museum? a. By bus b. By train c. By car   Right, listen carefully, everyone. I want to tell you about our school trip. We are going to go on Saturday. I hope you can all come. As you know, we’re going to visit the film museum. There are lots of very interesting things there about the cinema and how films are made. We’ll have to leave at 8.45 so don’t be late. We’ll get there by bus. Please meet me in the car park. You all know where that is, don’t you? and when we return, the bus will leave you at the shool entrance. Tell your parents, won’t you?

What’s next? Oh yes, the cost. It’ll be six pounds seventy pence each, OK? Remember to get the money from your parents. Now, I’m going to give you some work to do at the museum. You’ll need to write things down, so take a pencil with you. we’ll have lunch in the museum café so you needn’t bring any food with you. well, I think that’s everything.

 
32 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. B b. C c. A   What is he going to talk about? -> it says in the program.  
33 What time will the centre open tomorrow? a. 8 pm b. 8 am c. 18   This is the Mill House Health Centre. The Health Centre is closed until eight o’clock tomorrow morning, but here is some important information. To make an appointment with one of the doctors you can phone us tomorrow. The number is seven nine three double two 0. The Health Centre is always very busy early in the morning so please do not phone before eight-thirty. If you want to get medicine, Padley’s Chemist’s Shop, that’s a PADLEYS, is open until ten p.m, every evening this week, including Sundays. Take the 77 bus to the High Street. The stop is right outside the shop. If you need to see a doctor now, please go to the accident department at University Hospital. They are open twenty-four hours a day for accidents and emergencies. Thank you for calling the Mill House Health Centre this evening. Our doctors and nurses will be pleased to answer any more of your questions tomorrow.  
34 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. B b. A c. C   What did you decide about the fax machine? -> We’re going to buy a new one.  
35 What is the name of the chemist’s? a. BADLEYS b. PADLEYS c. PADNEYS   This is the Mill House Health Centre. The Health Centre is closed until eight o’clock tomorrow morning, but here is some important information. To make an appointment with one of the doctors you can phone us tomorrow. The number is seven nine three double two 0. The Health Centre is always very busy early in the morning so please do not phone before eight-thirty. If you want to get medicine, Padley’s Chemist’s Shop, that’s a PADLEYS, is open until ten p.m, every evening this week, including Sundays. Take the 77 bus to the High Street. The stop is right outside the shop. If you need to see a doctor now, please go to the accident department at University Hospital. They are open twenty-four hours a day for accidents and emergencies. Thank you for calling the Mill House Health Centre this evening. Our doctors and nurses will be pleased to answer any more of your questions tomorrow.  
36 What time are they going to leave? a. 8.15 b. 8.45 c. 8.35   ight, listen carefully, everyone. I want to tell you about our school trip. We are going to go on Saturday. I hope you can all come. As you know, we’re going to visit the film museum. There are lots of very interesting things there about the cinema and how films are made. We’ll have to leave at 8.45 so don’t be late. We’ll get there by bus. Please meet me in the car park. You all know where that is, don’t you? and when we return, the bus will leave you at the shool entrance. Tell your parents, won’t you?

What’s next? Oh yes, the cost. It’ll be six pounds seventy pence each, OK? Remember to get the money from your parents. Now, I’m going to give you some work to do at the museum. You’ll need to write things down, so take a pencil with you. we’ll have lunch in the museum café so you needn’t bring any food with you. well, I think that’s everything.

 
37 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. C b. B c. A   Where is the new accountant going to work? -> He’ll have an office on the fifth floor.  
38 When are they going to go on the trip? a. Friday
b. Saturday
c. Sunday   Right, listen carefully, everyone. I want to tell you about our school trip. We are going to go on Saturday. I hope you can all come. As you know, we’re going to visit the film museum. There are lots of very interesting things there about the cinema and how films are made. We’ll have to leave at 8.45 so don’t be late. We’ll get there by bus. Please meet me in the car park. You all know where that is, don’t you? and when we return, the bus will leave you at the shool entrance. Tell your parents, won’t you?

What’s next? Oh yes, the cost. It’ll be six pounds seventy pence each, OK? Remember to get the money from your parents. Now, I’m going to give you some work to do at the museum. You’ll need to write things down, so take a pencil with you. we’ll have lunch in the museum café so you needn’t bring any food with you. well, I think that’s everything.

 
39 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. B b. C c. A   How long will the Computer Conference last? -> All weekend  
40 What is the best way to get to the concert? a. Bus b. Train c. Car   You are listening to Radio South. Here is some information about a pop concert. The group Red River will come to London soon. They will be in London from the twenty-eight of October to the second of November. After that they will be in Oxford from the fourth of November until the ninth. Tickets are quite expensive – they cost thirty-seven pounds each, but half of that money will go to a children’s hospital. Tickets will sell quickly for this famous band so book early. To book a ticket for a London concert, telephone two-eight-three, double 0 – six – five between ten a.m. and ten p.m. Have a credit card number ready. The London concerts will be in South Bank Hall. It’s very easy to find. The best way to get there is to take the train. The concert hall is in Trinity Street. That’s T-R-I-N-I-T-Y Street. See you there.  
41 Diane and her friends ate… a. Mexican food b. Spanish food c. Chinese food      
42 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. B b. A c. C   I’m leaving for the airport in half an hour. -> Well, have a safe flight.  
43 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. B b. C c. A   Where is the new accountant going to work? -> He’ll have an office on the fifth floor.  
44 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement.         Should I hire Mr. Mathers, or should I hire Mr. Williams? -> I’d go for the candidate with the most experience.  
45 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement.         Is the copy machine working? -> No, the repairman hasn’t arrived yet.  
46 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement.         Who is coming to the mortgage and insurance presentation? -> Ian and Brian will be joining you  
47 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement.         Is your father home? -> Yes, just a minute please.  
48 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement.         What did you decide about the fax machine? -> We’re going to buy a new one.  
49 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement.         How long will the Computer Conference last? -> All weekend  
50 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. A b. B c. C   I’d like you to type this letter this afternoon or by tomorrow morning.-> OK, I can get it done after lunch.  
51 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. C b. A c. B   Will the office be open tomorrow afternoon? -> No, we’re closing early for the holiday.  
52 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. A b. B c. C   Is the copy machine working? -> No, the repairman hasn’t arrived yet.  
53 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. A b. C c. B   May I borrow your pen? -> Sure, but I need it back.  
54 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. A B C   Why did the meeting last so long? -> there were a lot of items to discuss.  
55 You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. B b. A c. C   I perfect this book  
  You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. C b. A c. B   I’ve proofread this book, so I’m going to mail it. -> Wait. I need to take a look first.  
  You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. C b. B c. A   Who is coming to the mortgage and insurance presentation? -> Ian and Brian will be joining you.  
  You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. A.yes, let me to myoffice b.i hate five day C. I have opening at the eleven   Is 11 o’clock or 2 o’clock on Friday better for you? -> I have an opening at eleven.  
  You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. A b. C c. B   When did you need the budget spreadsheets by? -> As soon as possible.  
  You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. C b. A c. B   Will the office be open tomorrow afternoon? -> No, we’re closing early for the holiday.  
  You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. A b. C c. B   What is he going to talk about? -> it says in the program.  
  You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. A b. C c. B I meeting…   When were you in New York?x  
  You will hear a question statement followed by three responses A, B, C. Select the best response to the question or statement. a. A b. B c. C   How many copies of this handout do you want made for the meeting? -> Twenty-five should be enough.  
 

 

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