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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions from 1 to 3.
Câu 1: She has not been taken to the zoo for a long time.
A. The last time she was taken to the zoo was a long time ago.
B. After a long time she has not taken to the zoo.
C. They did not take her to the zoo a long time before.
D. She has been taken to the zoo a long time ago.
Câu 2: "My mother hasn't played any sport since last year" Ly told.
A. Ly told my mother hadn't played any sport since the previous year
B. Ly told her mother hadn't played any sport since the following year that day
C. Ly told her mother hasn't played any sport since the following year.
D. Ly told her mother hadn't played any sport since the previous year.
Câu 3: I am pretty sure Dan is at home because the lights are on.
A. Dan needn't be at home because the lights are on.
B. Dan must be at home because the lights are on.
C. Dan may be at home because the lights are on.
D. Dan can't be at home because the lights are on.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 4 to 10.
For Sean O'Brien, it was just an ordinary night out with friends. He knew that people sometimes mocked him for being overweight, and he was usually able to shrug it off. But this time, as well as laughing at him in person, someone decided to publicly fat-shame him by posting a video of him dancing online, with a hurtful comment. Sean was completely unaware of it, but the post about him was shared widely, and it prompted a wave of abuse from immature Internet trolls.
However, as well as the cyberbullies, other people were watching. A group of women in California, who were campaigning to encourage people to have a positive body image whatever their size, decided to take action. They put out a message on Twitter, inviting Sean on an all-expenses- paid trip from London to Los Angeles, to meet and dance with them. When Sean's friends first told him about the search for dancing man, he figured it was a bit of nonsense which would soon blow over, and decided not to bother doing anything about it.
But the movement got bigger and bigger. Sean rethought his decision, made contact, and the women - all 1,700 of them - started raising money to throw him an extra-special party in LA. He went to the party in California. Sean had assumed that just a few people would turn up, but he realised his mistake as soon as he saw over 1,000 people queuing to get into the nightclub! Sean danced all night and the story of how he and the women's group in California took a stance against cyberbullying was reported aroun the world. As a result of the event, some of the women set up Dance Free Movement, an online forum where anyone who felt they had been bullied or victimized could receive support. The 'dancing man' himself has become a fundraiser for several anti-bullying charities.
Sean commented in an interview at the time that he was amazed that something which started out so badly, had become such a positive movement. He said that he had actually never really thought about the people who posted the original images, concluding that they must have their own insecurities, to put the spotlight on someone else so maliciously. Sean certainly had the last laugh. We are often told that the best idea is not to give bullies any attention, but it may be that the best way to deal with cyberbullying is to act as these women did and be brave enough to make it clear that we are uncomfortable with this kind of behaviour, that we disagree with what is being said and that bullying is completely unacceptable.
(Adapted from High Note by Rachael Roberts and Caroline Krantz)
Câu 4: Which best serves as the title for the passage?
A. An Inspirational Story of a Disabled Man
B. The Dancing Man Has the Last Laugh
C. Negative Impacts of Cyberbullying on Teenagers
D. Online Bullies Have Been Silenced!
Câu 5: The word "prompted" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to .
A. compared B. terminated C. triggered D. discouraged
Câu 6: According to paragraph 1, Sean O'Brien didn't realise that .
A . his dance video was leaked by his casual friends
B. he was laughed by some Internet users for his awkward behaviour
C. he became a victim of body shaming on the Internet
D. he was teased by some of his acquaintances for being overweight
Câu 7: The word "them" in paragraph 2 refers to .
A. expenses B. Sean's friends C. cyberbullies D. women
Câu 8: The phrase "blow over" in paragraph 2 mostly means .
A. provide genuine pleasure B. gradually become less strong
C. become a controversial topic D. incite intense hatred
Câu 9: Which of the following is true about Sean O'Brien according to the passage?
A. He wasn't required to pay any costs to join the dance party in California.
B. He established an online forum for those who got cyberbullied like him.
C. He wasn't taken aback by the number of people joining his dance party.
D. He accepted the offer by a group of women in California without hesitation.
Câu 10: Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
A. Sean wasn't brave enough to raise his voice against cyberbullies.
B. Most Internet users now enjoy hiding their identities online.
C. It was nothing new for Sean to be ridiculed for his weight.
D. Sean's case is rather different from other cases of cyberbullying.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges from 11 to 12.
Câu 11: Peter is in a restaurant.
• Waiter: "Would you like to order now?"
• Peter: " . I'm hungry now."
A. No, a table for five B. Yes, not now
C. It is delicious D. Yes, I would like a beef salad
Câu 12: Nam and Nga are talking about women at workplace.
• Nam: "I think women can now manage their family life and career very well."
• Nga: “ . Some women are excellent at everything they do."
A. Oh come on! That is nonsense B. I totally disagree
C. I am not so sure D. I completely agree
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions from 13 to 14.
Câu 13: A. decide B. inspire C. manage D. prefer
Câu 14: A. interpret B. distinguish C. determine D. stimulate
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the the following questions from 15 to 29
Câu 15: That customer demanded _______ the manager when he was not given a refund.
A. see B. saw C. seeing D. to see
Câu 16: Every child _________ with love, care and opportunities to study and develop.
A. to provide B. should provide
C. provide D. should be provided
Câu 17: John decided to join __________ army and become a soldier so that he could fight for the country.
A. Ø (no article) B. a C. an D. the
Câu 18: She has a ________ vocal range than Taylor Swift - an American singer-songwriter.
A. worse B. worst C. bad D. the worse
Câu 19: He's addicted _______ coffee and cannot do anything in the morning until he's had some.
A. to B. from C. at D. on
Câu 20: The Fansipan Mountain, _________ as "The Roof of Indochina", is the highest mountain in Hoang Lien Son range.
A. known B. was known C. knowing D. is known
Câu 21: Frank ________ on his computer when there was a sudden power cut.
A. work B. will work C. was working D. works
Câu 22: You'll definitely believe in what he said ________.
A. when you see it yourself B. when you saw it yourself
C. when you were seeing it yourself D. when you will see it yourself
Câu 23: She worked as an assistant in the firm for several years before she finally left to seek her _______ as an independent contractor.
A. chance B. fortune C. luck D. opportunity
Câu 24: Before the 1950s, urbanization mainly occurred in more ______ developed countries.
A. economically B. economy C. economize D. economic
Câu 25: Teenagers like to follow the latest trends in fashion,________?
A. doesn't he B. does it C. don't they D. did they
Câu 26: According to the __________ of the contract, tenants must give six months notice if they intend to leave.
A. laws B. details C. rules D. terms
Câu 27: The woman was __________ from hospital yesterday only a week after her operation.
A. ejected B. evicted C. elevated D. discharged
Câu 28: I'm so sad to hear that Mara and John __________ - I thought those two would be together forever.
A. went over B. broke up C. put on D. got into
Câu 29: We are straining every __________ for the upcoming national high school exam.
A. brain B. nerve C. skin D. cell
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions from 30 to 32.
Câu 30: At the moment, the multinational corporation is in the process of upgrading their departments.
A. their B. multinational C. is D. process
Câu 31: When someone gets preferable treatment, they are treated much better than other people a therefore often have more advantageous opportunities.
A. advantageous B. better C. preferable D. therefore
Câu 32: Years ago, mothers often stayed at home and have greater control of children than fathers did.
A. mothers B. at C. than D. have
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 33 to 37.
Australians place a high value on independence and personal choice. This means that a teacher or course tutor will not tell students what to do, but will give them a number of options and suggest they work out which one is the best in their circumstances. It also means that they are expected to take action if something goes wrong and seek out resources and support for themselves.
Australians are also prepared to accept a range of opinions rather than believing there is one truth. This means that in an educational setting, students will be expected to form their own opinions and defend the reasons for that point of view and the evidence for it.
Australians are uncomfortable with differences in status and hence idealise the idea of treating everyone equally. An illustration of this is that most adult Australians call each other by their first names. This concern with equality means that Australians are uncomfortable taking anything too seriously and are even ready to joke about themselves.
Australians believe that life should have a balance between work and leisure time. As a consequence, some students may be critical of others who they perceive as doing nothing but study. Australian notions of privacy mean that areas such as financial matters, appearance and relationships are only discussed with close friends. While people may volunteer such information, they may resent someone actually asking them unless the friendship is firmly established. Even then, it is considered very impolite to ask someone what they earn. With older people, it is also rude to ask how old they are, why they are not married or why they do not have children. It is also impolite to ask people how much they have paid for something, unless there is a very good reason for asking.
Câu 33: Which best serves as the title for the passage?
A. Things to do in Australia B. Australian culture
C. A story about Australia D. Australian culture shock
Câu 34: The word "them" in paragraph 1 refers to .
A. circumstances B. options C. Australians D. students
Câu 35: In paragraph 3, most adult Australians call each other by their first names because .
A. Australians restrict class discrimination
B. Australians get on well with each other
C. Calling each other by their first names makes them friendlier
D. Australians are difficult to remember people's surnames
Câu 36: The word "critical" in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to .
A. complimentary B. faultfinding C. grateful D. appreciate
Câu 37: Which of the following is NOT true, according to the passage?
A. Students in Australia will be expected to form their own opinions.
B. Australians are prepared to accept a range of opinions.
C. Asking someone what they earn is considered fairly polite.
D. A teacher or course tutor will not tell students what to do.