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NĂM HỌC 2014 -2015
Thời gian làm bài: 180 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề.
(Đề thi có 12 câu, gồm 4 trang)

Part A : PHONETICS ( 5pts )
I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest in the same line. (2pts)
1. A. teenage
B. dosage
C. voyage
D. carriage

2. A. monkey
B. hunger
C. hunter
D. banker

II. Identify the word whose stressed pattern is different from that of the others. (3pts)
3. A. instrument
B. indispensable
C. stimulate
D. symphony

4. A. preserves
B. tropical
C. climate
D. temperature

5. A. satisfaction
B. mathematics
C. opportunity
D. mathematician

Part B : LEXICAL AND GRAMMAR ( 45 pts )
I. Choose the option A, B, C or D to indicate the word or phrase which best completes each sentence.(15pts)
6. The criminal was sentenced to death because of _______ of his crime.
A. the severity B. the complexity C. a punishment D. the importance
7. “ So how are things at school, Tim? “________________________”
A. Oh, pretty good, actually . B. Well, I can’t agree with you.
C. It’s my pleasure. D. I was not very good at it.
8. Laura is very thin, _______her young sister, who is quite heavy.
A. dissimilar to B. unlikely C. unlike D. dislike
9. Please_______and see us some time. You’re always welcome.
A. come to B. come about C. come away D. come around
10. The proposal has not met with_______.agreement.
A. voluntary B. universal C. informal D. effective
11. A child`s vocabulary_______.through reading.
A. expands B. expends C. expels D. exposes
12. We_______friends even after we grew up and left home.
A. became B. made C. struck up D. remained
13. This picture book, the few pages _____ are missing, is my favorite.
A. for which B. of that C. to which D. of which
14. I am_______ tired to think about that problem now.
A. much more B. far too C. nearly D. very
15. My neighbour _______ me a cup of coffee.
A. begged B. suggested C. offered D. invited
16. Why don’t the police take _______ measures against crime?
A. effective B. affective C. ineffective D. effecient
17. What happened ___ their car broke down on the motorway so they didn’t get to Jo’s wedding on time.
A. to be that B. being that C. was that D. to that
18. War stole his youth and his home, _______.
A. as a result B. moreover C. however D. furthermore
19.- “Do you like frog’s legs?” - “_______ them, I don’t really know.”
A. Never try B. Not to have try C. Never having tried D. Never had tried
20. My friend has _______ for a bargain.
A. a sharp ear B. a keen eye C. a strong head D. a keen ear
II. The following passage contains 10 errors. Find and correct them (10pts)
Who were the people responsible for collection and sending plants from one country to another? And why did they do it? Initially they were travelers with other purposes: traders, colonists, pilgrims and missionaries have all been important in providing new plants for English gardens. They sent back indigenous wild plants, or sometimes, as in the cases of visitors to China and Japan, plants which have been cultivated and improved for hundreds of years. This worked, of course, in both directions: English gardens were making in the most unlikely places. Travelers did not always recognize an interesting plant on seen it – interesting, that is, to the collector at home. So in the 16th and 17th century, attempts were made to collect on a most professional basis, either by patrons sending collections into the field, or by subscriptions to finance local enthusiasts in the most promised areas. By 1611 John Tradescant was traveling and collecting in France and other parts of Europe. Lately, Peter Collinson, a London merchant, who had seen the richness of the plant material
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