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Người gửi: Đỗ Nguyễn Mai Huỳnh
Ngày gửi: 19h:30' 05-05-2019
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Time: 45 minutes

1. Listen to an interview with an Olympic swimming champion – Jackson Avery. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F. You will listen TWICE.
1. Jackson won in the 500-metre competition.

2. Jackson went running every day before the event.

3. Jackson ate a normal diet.

4. Jackson didn’t have a trainer.

5. Jackson needed to balance between training and rest.

2. Listen to the interview with John Adams, a travel writer. Circle the best answer A, B or C. You will listen TWICE.
1. How many countries has John been to?

    A. 15
B. 50
C. 200

2. What does John say about Ha Noi?

    A. It has everything.

    B. Its nightlife is exciting.

    C. Its food is great.

3. What is John’s favourite city?

    A. New York  

    B. Pagan

    C. Bangkok

4. John says Pagan is the best place to ___________.

    A. see historic temples
B. meet people
C. see the sun rise

5. What does John say about Angkor Wat?

    A. It has more tourists than Pagan.

    B. It is the most impressive.

    C. It has more temples than Pagan.

1. Read the following passage about the Statue of Liberty in New York. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F.
The Statue of Liberty is situated in New York Harbour. It was a gift to the United States from the people of France. The statue`s 300 copper pieces were transported to America on a ship. In 1886, the statue was the tallest iron structure ever built. From the ground to the top, it measures 93 metres. Lady Liberty holds a torch in one hand and a tablet in the other. On the tablet is the date of America’s first Independence Day, July 4, 1776. A broken chain lies at her feet. The statue is a symbol of freedom. Approximately four million people visit the statue each year. The statue will be celebrating its 130th birthday in October 2016.

1. The Statue of Liberty was built in the United States.

2. The Statue of Liberty is the tallest iron structure now.

3. The statue was brought to America in separate pieces.

4. The statue is an icon of freedom.

5. The Statue of Liberty is 130 years old.

2. Read the following passage about crazy sports. Fill each of the gaps with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.
CRAZY SPORTS  Royal Soccer Two soccer matches are held every year in a small village in England. The teams include everyone in the village. There is no specific rule. Just be careful not to kill anyone! We don’t know when the game started. Chess Boxing This game is popular in Finland. You need to be both smart and strong, because players play chess and then box against each other. There are 11 rounds. Winning comes from either a checkmate or a knockout. This game was first seen in a 1991 movie. Cheese Chase This game is held in a small corner of the British Isles. It involves 20 competitors chasing a block of cheese down the hill. Whoever gets the cheese wins. The game is at least 200 years old.
How to play?

Royal Soccer
no (2) ___________

Chess Boxing
(1) ___________
combination of chess and
(3) ___________
since 1991

Cheese Chase
British Isles
chase a (4) ___________ down the hill
since (5) ___________ years ago

1. For each question, complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use the word in brackets. You CANNOT change the form of the word given. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.
1. Peter hasn’t been to Viet Nam.     Peter ____________________ to Viet Nam. (NEVER) 2. Sydney is not as hot as Rio de Janeiro.     Rio de Janeiro is ____________________ Sydney. (HOTTER) 3. New York is larger than São Paolo. Tokyo is larger than New York.     Tokyo is ____________________ among


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