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12099162 Kính chào các thầy, cô. Khi cài đặt phần mềm , trên PowerPoint và Word sẽ mặc định xuất hiện menu Bộ công cụ Violet để thầy, cô có thể sử dụng các tính năng đặc biệt của phần mềm ngay trên PowerPoint và Word. Tuy nhiên sau khi cài đặt phần mềm , với nhiều máy tính sẽ...
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Họ và tên thí sinh:……………………………………………………………………. SBD:…………………………

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 01. A. absence B. arrive C. absorb D. apologize
Question 02. A. dogged B. crooked C. naked D. backed
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 03. A. approach B. panda C. income D. current
Question 04. A. confidence B. celebrate C. effective D. handicapped
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 05. All of the plants now raised on farms________ from plants that________ wild.
A. had been developed/ once were grown B. have been developed/ once grew
C. have been developed/ have grown D. had been developed/ once grew
Question 06. We________ more time with our children before they left for university. We were too busy with our jobs to think about that.
A. wish we spent B. were supposed to be spending
C. would like to have spent D. regret that we didn't spend
Question 07. Though she lost her job last month, she still wanted to save________ so she said that she had left it willingly.
A. mouth B. face C. reputation D. fame
Question 08. The final winner will be the one who breaks through________ and survives till the last minutes.
A. obstacles B. difficulty C. hindrance D. impediment
Question 09. Your store needs a bold sign that will catch the________ of anyone walking down the street. That may help to sell more products.
A. eye B. peek C. flash D. glimpse
Question 10. No matter how busy I may be, I shall be there tonight come what________.
A. may B. might C. can D. could
Question 11. Organizations may qualify for exemption from income tax if they________ exclusively as charities.
A. operated B. operate C. had operated D. are operated
Question 12. I used to be nervous when my father asked me to give him my school________.
A. diploma B. certificate C. report D. background
Question 13. Simon Lake drew the inspiration________ La submarine of undersea travel and exploration from Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.
A. at B. by C. for D. of
Question 14. Parents should start teaching them how to manage more complicated duties________ children graduate from toddlerhood and move toward preschool.
A. yet B. when C. and D. so
Question 15. Ecotourism is any type of tourism to relatively________ natural areas for the enjoyment of natural, cultural and historical features.
A. disturbed B. disturb C. undisturbed D. disturbance
Question 16. Different activities should be carried out to raise________ awareness of our people about ecotourism.
A. a B. an C. the D. 0 (zero article)
Question 17. ________ perform a function that requires water to perform that function, you had better give that water to the body in advance of the event.
A. What you want to B. Any time you want to C. Unless you want to D. You want to
Question 18. There are other problems of city life which I don't propose to________ at the moment.
A. go into B. go around C. go for D. go up
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 19. In the 1960s, the World Health Organization (WHO) began a campaign to get rid of the mosquitoes that transmit the disease malaria.
A. minimize B. develop C. eradicate D. appreciate
Question 20. A father will be his child's role model. He will be the example for his child of what husbands and fathers are like.
A. someone that others admire and follow B. someone that others share interest with
C. someone that others love and live with D. someone that others are fond of with
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 21. For many couples, money is the source of arguments, frustration. When it comes to finances and relationships, sharing the financial burden is important.
A. benefit B. responsibility C. aid D. difficulty
Question 22. Aren't you putting the cart before the horse by deciding what to wear for the wedding before you've even been invited to it?
A. doing things in the wrong order B. do things in the right order
C. knowing the ropes D. upsetting the apple cart
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
Human beings are extremely diverse in very many ways. People differ (23)_________ opinions, race, nationality, gender, age, sexuality, ethnicity, class, religion, lifestyle and so much more, yet at the very basic we are all human species. Ideally, all people feel (24)_________ and joy despite the differences. Today, the changes in time and technology have made is extremely impossible for any group of people to live without interacting with others outside their group. Often people of different cultural and geographical (25)_________ meet in international conferences, education exchange programs, sports, etc.
Sadly, the history of mankind discriminating against each other based on cultural differences has been with us for ages. So many people have died or have been denied their rights (26)_________ individual greed. Properties and economies have also been destroyed due to lack of understanding. Unfortunately, some of these occurrences are visible even today, perpetuated by people who little understand the importance of the (27)_________ of our diversity.
Question 23. A. from B. by C. in D. with
Question 24. A. pain B. pained C. painful D. painless
Question 25. A. backgrounds B. settings C. identities D. surroundings
Question 26. A. because of B. thanks to C. despite D. as a result
Question 27. A. specialty B. uniqueness C. identity D. sustainability
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 28. The innovators behind objects like the cellphone or the helicopter took inspiration from work like "Star Trek" and “War of the Worlds”.
A. innovators B. objects like C. or the helicopter D. work
Question 29. How many people know that the Brooklyn Bridge, built in 1883, were the world's first suspension bridge?
A. the Brooklyn Bridge B. built in C. were D. suspension bridge
Question 30. It is said that the accident seemed to have destroyed completely his confidence.
A. is said B. the C. seemed to have D. destroyed completely
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.
The best explainer videos are realized by great background score. When was the last time you watched a silent movie? Never? Not for a while? A long while? Even if you remember watching one, it would still have had a background score, or you've accidentally pressed the mute button!
The importance of background music and sound effects for your explainer video, therefore, cannot be overstated. You may not need a full blown orchestra or classy jazz tones to create the mood, but whether going for a subtle effect, a professional demonstration or simply trying to attract customers, music is a must. Explainer videos have the emotional quotient working for them and music is just going to add more to make the viewers relate to the pain points you are highlighting in your video. Imagine if your favorite video game has no background music or sound effects to back the amazing graphics? Would you play it with the same feel and excitement? Nah! Same is the case with your explainer videos. They need to and should have apt sound effects to make them worth your viewer's time.
While the focus of explainer videos production is more on passing the desired information and explaining technical and complex procedures easily, it doesn't mean you'll be distracting your viewers with the background music. The sound effects and music is not going to take the message away from your explainer, it's just going to enhance it and turn it more watchable and share-able. Even if your video doesn't require a background score, it must include some sound effects or else it would be not so good an experience for those who choose to watch it.
Question 31. Which best serves as the title for the passage?
A. The importance of background music and sound effects.
B. The influence of silence and background music on memory.
C. Inside the booming business of background music.
D. How to choose the background music for your explainer videos?
Question 32. The word “score” in paragraph 1 can be replaced by___________.
A. grove B. mark C. instrument D. music
Question 33. According to paragraph 2, what is the main purpose for using background music?
A. Sound helps build and sustain relationships between films and viewers.
B. Background music can control how the audience should react to a scene.
C. Background music can influence both everyone's mood and choices.
D. A musical atmosphere can actually motivate people to do risky things.
Question 34. The word “it” in paragraph 3 refers to___________.
A. score B. video C. sound D. background
Question 35. According to paragraph 3, what is the fundamental and typical use of explainer videos?
A. It is used to distill wide-ranging and complex ideas into a viewer-friendly package.
B. Businesses use them to quickly introduce themselves and their importance.
C. It is designed as a means to stimulate both auditory and visual senses.
D. It helps the customers with their daily life problems with scientific information.
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.
In our connected globalized world, the languages which dominate communications and business, Mandarin, Hindi, English, Spanish and Russian amongst others, are placing small languages spoken in remote places under increasing pressure. Fewer and fewer people speak languages such as Liki, Taushiro and Dumi as their children shift away from the language of their ancestors towards languages which promise education, success and the chance of a better life. While to many parents, this may appear a reasonable choice, giving their offspring the opportunity to achieve the sort of prosperity they see on television, the children themselves often lose touch with their roots. However, in many places the more reasonable option of bilingualism, where children learn to speak both a local and a national language, is being promoted. This gives hope that many endangered languages will survive, allowing people to combine their links to local tradition with access to wider world culture.
While individuals are free to choose if they wish to speak a minority language, national governments should be under no obligation to provide education in an economically unproductive language, especially in times of budget constraints. It is generally accepted that national languages unite and help to create wealth while minority regional languages divide. Furthermore, governments have a duty to ensure that young people can fulfil their full potential, meaning that state education must provide them with the ability to speak and work in their national language and so equip them to participate responsibly in national affairs. People whose language competence does not extend beyond the use of a regional tongue have limited prospects. This means that while many people may feel a sentimental attachment to their local language, their government's position should be one of benign neglect, allowing people to speak the language, but not acting to prevent its eventual disappearance.
Many PhD students studying minority languages lack the resources to develop their language skills, with the result that they have to rely on interpreters and translators to communicate with speakers of the language they are studying. This has a detrimental effect on the quality of their research. At the same time, they have to struggle against the frequently expressed opinion that minority languages serve no useful purpose and should be allowed to die a natural death. Such a view fails to take into account the fact that a unique body of knowledge and culture, built up over thousands of years, is contained in a language and that language extinction and species extinction are different facets of the same process. They are part of an impending global catastrophe which is beginning to look unavoidable.
(Adapted from Complete Advanced by Guy Brook – Hart and Simon Haines)
Question 36. Which of the following could best serve as the main topic of the passage?
A. The threat to minority languages in different parts of the world.
B. The domination of business languages all over the world.
C. The shift from regional to national languages in many countries.
D. The benefits of national languages in modern world.
Question 37. According to the first paragraph, why do many parents consider the change towards national languages a reasonable choice?
A. Because not many people nowadays are familiar with the language of their ancestors.
B. Because children now can learn to speak both a local and a national language.
C. Because their children may achieve education, success and better living condition.
D. Because their children may help to combine their links to local tradition with world culture.
Question 38. What does the word “This” in the first paragraph refer to?
A. the more reasonable option B. the place where children can use bilingualism
C. the opportunity to achieve prosperity D. the promotion of bilingualism
Question 39. The word “constraints” in the second language is closest in meaning to___________.
A. investments B. restrictions C. crises D. depressions
Question 40. What can be inferred from the sentence “their government's position should be one of benign neglect” in paragraph 2?
A. People who are not members of the government will be allowed to speak local languages.
B. It's better to allow these minority languages to die naturally by neglecting them.
C. The government does not appreciate the importance of minority languages.
D. The local people will be neglected if they use their ancestors' languages.
Question 41. What is the influence of the shortage of minority language resources on many PhD students mentioned in paragraph 3?
A. These students are unable to persuade people to use the language they are learning.
B. Their qualified research is unlikely to complete.
C. They will have many difficulties in understanding these languages.
D. They have to become interpreters and translators of these languages themselves.
Question 42. The word “facets” in the last paragraph could be best replaced by___________.
A. aspects B. problems C. procedures D. products
Question 43. Which statement is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Local languages can't unite and create as much wealth as national languages.
B. State education is obligatory to ensure young people to speak and work in regional languages.
C. Lack of language skills causes a negative effect on the quality of PhD students' research.
D. Each citizen has their right to decide whether they want to speak a minority language or not.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 44. "Please don't leave until I come back", Sarah said.
A. Sarah suggested not leaving until she comes back.
B. Sarah asked us to leave until she came back.
C. Sarah told us not to leave until she came back.
D. Sarah offered to leave until she came back.
Question 45. The weather has been terrible recently. I am very depressed now.
A. If the weather had not been terrible lately, I wouldn't be so depressed now.
B. If the weather hasn't been terrible recently, I won't be so depressed now.
C. If the weather hadn't been terrible recently, I wouldn't have been so depressed now.
D. If the weather had been more terrible recently, I would be depressed now.
Question 46. I eat a lot. I cannot keep fit.
A. The less I eat, the fitter I become. B. I eat more and become fitter and fitter.
C. The more I eat, the less fit I become. D. I become fit not only because I eat a lot.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the option that best completes following exchanges.
Question 47. Ann and Bob are looking forward to their summer time.
- Ann: “I like to work part-time for a non-profit organization this summer.”
- Bob: “_____________________.”
A. Me too. I'm thinking of applying for 'Hope'. B. I do, but I don't have enough time for studying.
C. That's great. You have been coming of age. D. Is that all? How about using time wisely?
Question 48. Phuc and Thomas are talking about job.
- Phúc: “I am offered the job at Vietravel.” - Thomas: “_______________.”
A. Good Heavens! B. Congratulations! C. Good luck! D. Better luck next time!
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 49. We came in the room. Our boss was sitting in the front desk.
A. We came in the room, our boss was sitting in the front desk.
B. When we came in the room, our boss had been sitting in the front desk.
C. When we came in the room, in the front desk was sitting our boss.
D. Hardly had we come in the room when our boss sat in the front desk.
Question 50. Sara's classmates said that she littered on the school yard. She denied it.
A. Sara denied having littered on the school yard.
B. Sara denied her friends' littering on the school yard.
C. Having littered on the school yard, Sara's classmates denied it.
D. As Sara denied it, her classmates said that she littered on the school yard.
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