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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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Người gửi: Đỗ Nguyễn Mai Huỳnh
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEST
Time: 45 minutes

I. LISTENING
1. Listen to Minh predicting the future. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F. You will listen TWICE.
 
1. There will be flying cars and robots.
T
F

2. Everything will be green.
T
F

3. We will use more energy from the sun.
T
F

4. We will not like touch screen.
T
F

5. A serious sickness will be cured.
T
F

2. Listen to a talk between Tom and Lee about the Hungry Ghosts Festival. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F. You will listen TWICE.
 
1. The Hungry Ghosts Festival is celebrated in China.
T
F

2. It’s the day when Chinese people have a holiday.
T
F

3. Some ghosts are friendly, some harm people.
T
F

4. People make food and invite ghosts in.
T
F

5. Tom feels it’s an interesting festival.
T
F

II. READING
1. Read the passage and answer each question. Circle A, B, or C.
 
The Shichi-go-san Festival
Shichi-go-san is a Japanese festival. The Japanese celebrate it on 15 November every year. This is because people believe it is a day of good luck for all Japanese people.
Shichi-go-san means “seven-five-three” and the festival is for children who are seven, five and three. The Japanese think these ages are very important years. Japanese parents celebrate Shichi-go-san as their boys turn three and five and their girls turn three and seven.
At the age of seven, a girl wears obi - the piece of cloth worn round the waist over the kimono - for the first time. At the age of five, a boy wears his first hakama pants – the pants that Samurai wore in the past - in public. The age of three is important for the Japanese too.They think it is time children can let their hair grow.
On this day, children often dress up like the adults in the ancient times and pretend to be grown up themselves.
1. Who will probably celebrate the Shichi-go-san Festival?

   A. a seven-year-old boy

   B. a three-year-old boy

   C. a five-year-old girl


2. Who will NOT celebrate the Shichi-go-san Festival?

   A. a five-year-old girl

   B. a five-year-old boy

   C. a seven-year-old girl


3. Who wears obi for the first time?

    A. a five year-old girl

    B. a seven-year-old boy

    C. a seven-year-old girl 


4. At what age can a Japanese child let the hair grow?

    A. five years old

    B. three years old

    C. seven years old


5. Why do the Japanese celebrate it on 15 November?

    A. Because they think the day brings luck to them.

    B. Because the day brings luck to them.

    C. Because children dress up like the adults in the ancient times on the day.

2. Read about traffic problems in two cities. Match the city with its problem.
 
A. Ho Chi Minh City B. Bangkok

 In Ho Chi Minh City, it is not strange to see the sight of a street that is crowded with vehicles. People cannot move and their health is affected by polluted air from exhausted fumes. What are the reasons? The citizens in the city use many personal vehicles to go from one place to another. They aren`t used to transporting by public transports. May be because the bus drivers are careless, impolite to them or the taxi fare is too high for some people.
Bangkok is world renowned for its terrible traffic problems, so getting around on the roads is a bit of a nightmare. In my opinion, there are 3 main causes of Bangkok traffic jams. First, the quality of public transportation is low. Bus is of low quality and causes congestion. Second, the BTS and MRT are not enough for users. Finally, the most important cause of traffic jam is car accidents. Bad bus drivers cause accidents frequently and make the road stuck for hours.
PROBLEMS 1. It has low quality public transport. 2. It costs a lot to go by taxi
 
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