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Section I: Pronunciation
Choose the word whose the underlined part is pronounced differently from the other three.
A. says B. plays C. days D. raise
A. feather B. leather C. feature D. measure
A. vanish B. variety C. champion D. miraculous
A. nature B. natural C. volcano D. waste
A. maximum B. anxiety C. examination D. complexion
Section II: Vocabulary and Grammar
Choose the best answer from A, B, C, D to complete each of the following sentences.
I am …………of making excuses for your rudeness to our friends.
A. annoyed B. worried C. tired D. angry
He finished the paintings …………for the exhibition.
A. in good time B. for the time being
C. from time to time D. time after time
Hello. Is that 21045? Please put me………to the manager.
A. across B. up C. over D. through
So little………..that the neighbors could not settle their differences.
A. they agreed B. agreed did they C. did they agree D. they did agree
Which do you want, this pen or that one? – I want……..
A. both B. all C. them D. other
Twenty miles…………a long way to walk.
A. are B. was C. is D. were
It’s difficult to pay one’s bill when prices keep………….
A. raising B. growing C. gaining D. rising
After………to make a speech at the ceremony, John stayed up late to write it down.
A. telling B. having told C. being told D. has told
The dentist told him to open his mouth………..
A. broad B. wide C. broadly D. widely
Venice,………has a lot of old houses built on water, is a city in Italy.
A. where B. which C. that D. whose
Fill in each gap in each sentence with the correct form of the word in capital letters.
Television can make things more…………because it brings both sounds and pictures. ( MEMORY)
Tim is one of the ……on a boat trip on Lake Michigan. ( PARTICIPATE)
Professor Smith has joined the company in an……….capacity. (ADVISE)
They were so alike. It’s sometimes impossible to…………between them. (DIFFERENT)
Saving energy means reducing ………….bills. (HOUSE)
……….who spend most of their time in front of a computer don’t have enough time for studying and playing sports. (YOUNG)
We must all protect the environment to………..a better world for our grandfather. (SURE)
The ………….of the trains and the buses causes frustration and annoyance. (FREQUENT)
A label on a package of food must not be………….(LEAD)
Some people believe that traveling by plane is………..safer than other form of travel. (CONSIDER)
There are 10 mistakes in the passage. Find and correct them.

Hawaii was the last state join the United States. It became the 50th state in August 21st , 1959. Hawaii is the southernmost state in the country. It also is the only state making up entirely of islands. Hawaii is nicknamed the Aloha State. Aloha is a greeting by the Hawaiian language. It can mean “hello” or “goodbye”. Most Hawaiians would probably say that aloha is the expression of welcome. Million of tourists visit Hawaii to enjoy its mild climate and sparkling beaches. Hawaii is made up of 8 majority islands and 128 islets (small islands). Honolulu, where is on the island of Oahu, is the capital of Hawaii and its largest city. About three-fourth of Hawaii’s people live on Oahu. About three-fourth of Hawaii’s people live on Oahu. The island of Hawaii is large of the islands. It is sometimes called the Big Island.
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Section IV: Reading
Choose the correct answer to complete the passage.
In the modern world, there is a wealth of leisure activities to choose from. Entertainment industries …(1)… for your leisure time. You can watch TV, listen to music, go to an art gallery or concert or, of course, read a book. Sometimes it seems that reading is …(2)… because, …(3) …you’re a fast reader, it can take a plentiful amount of time to finish a novel, for example. But in the modern world, time is something that can be in short supply.
Book publishers haven’t been… (4) …to realized this and are now selling a product which needn’t take up a much of your time but still tells you an excellent story. The new product is the audio book – cassette recordings of short novels, often read by well-known personalities or the authors themselves. Audio books are …(5)… new but people are becoming more aware of them and sales are increasing …(6)…
One of the attractions of audio books is that they’re… (7)… listening to the radio, only better. You can listen to what you want and when you want, and you won’t ever… (8)… anything. Much of their appeal …(9)… in their flexibility. For some people, audio books can be much more enjoyable way of …(10) …knowledge than reading.
A. chase B. compete C. oppose D. pursue
A. neglected B. declined C. lessened D. disposed.
A. in spite B. no matte C. regardless of D. even if
A. behind B. slow C. delayed D. overdue
A. partly B. approximately C. roughly D. relatively
A. ever since then B. all the time C. up until now D. from then on
A. as B. same C. like D. both
A. pass B. lack C. miss D. lose
A. stands B. belongs C. bases D. lies
A. grasping B. catching C. gaining D. raising.

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Fill in each gap with one suitable word.
An important development of English outside Great Britain occurred …(1)…the colonization of North American. American English may be considered to …(2)…the English spoken in Canada, …(3)…the Canadian variety retains some features of British pronunciation, spelling, and vocabulary . The most distinguishing differences …(4)…American English and British English are in pronunciation and vocabulary. There are slighter …(5)… in spelling, pitch, and stress as well.
…(6)…American English also has a tendency to be more rigid in matters of grammar and syntax, but at the same…(7)… appears to be more tolerant of the use of neologisms. Despite these differences, it is often difficult to determine – apart from context –…(8)…serious literary works …(9)…been written in Great Britain or the U.S./Canada or , for that matter, in Australia, New Zealand, …(10)… South Africa.
Your answers:
1. …………..
2. ……………
3……………..
4. …………….
5. ……………..

6. …………
7. ……………
8. ……………
9. …………….
10. ……………..


III. Read the following passage and choose the correct answers:
In the 1950s The Beatles were probably the most famous pop group in the whole world. Since then, there have been a great many groups that have achieved enormous fame, so it is perhaps difficult now to imagine how sensational The Beatles were at that time. They were four boys from the north of England and none of them had any training in music. They started by performing and recording songs by black Americans and they had some success with these songs. Then they started writing their own songs and that was when they became really popular. The Beatles changed pop music. They were the first pop group to achieve great success from songs they had written themselves. After that it became common for groups and singers to write their own songs. The Beatles did not have a long career. Their first hit record was in 1963 and they split up in 1970. They stopped doing live performances in 1966 because it had become too dangerous for them - their fans were so excited that they surrounded them and tried to take their clothes as souvenir! However, today some of their songs remain as famous as they were when they first came out. Throughout the world, many people can sing part of a Beatles song if you ask them.
1. The passage is mainly about …………………
A. how the Beatles became more successful than other groups
B. why the Beatles split up after 7 years
C. the Beatles’s fame and success
D. many people’s ability to sing a Beatles song
2. The four boys of the Beatles …………………..
A. came from the same family
B. came from a town in the north of England
C. were at that same age
D. received good training in music
3. The word ‘sensational’ is closest in meaning to ………….
A . notorious B. bad C. shocking D. popular
4. The first songs of the Beatles were ………………..
A. written by themselves. B. broadcast on the radio
C. paid a lot of money B. written by black Americans
5. What is not true about the Beatles?
A. The members had no training in music.
B. They had a long stable career.
C. They became famous when they wrote their own songs.
D. They changed pop music.
6. The Beatles stopped their live performances because …………..
A. They had earned enough money.
B. They did not want to work with each other.
C. They spent more time writing their own songs
D. they were afraid of being hurt by fans.
7. The year 1970 was the time when …………..
A . they split up B. They changed pop music
C. they started their career D. They stopped singing live
8. What the fans of Beatles often did was ………………
A. sing together with them B. take their clothes as souvenir
C. ask them to write more songs D. ask them why they would separate
9. Some songs of the Beatles now ……………….
A. are still famous as they used to be B. became too old to sing
C. are sung by crazy fans C. are the most famous
10. The tone of the passage is that of …………………
A. admiration B criticism C. neutral D. sarcasm

Section IV: Writing
I. Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means exactly the same as the first one.
Please don’t interrupt me when I’m talking.
I’d rather…………………………………..
He didn’t succeed in his career until he was 50.
It wasn’t …………………………………………….
He has been a journalist for 10 years.
His career……………………………………
As Michael became more famous, it was more difficult for him to avoid newspaper reporters.
The more……………………………………………………………….
I regret saying that to him.
I wish………………………………………………………………….
“If I were you, I would phone her immediately”. John said to Bill.
John……………………………………………………………….
I’m sure she didn’t see a ghost.
She can’t……………………………………………………………
He doesn’t know much about life in America.
Little……………
 
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