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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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ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEST
Time: 45 minutes

I. LISTENING
1. Listen to an astronaut talking to his son about spaceflights. Fill each of the gaps in the table with NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS or/and a NUMBER. You will listen TWICE.
 
Year
By America
By the Soviet

1947
a (1) ______ was launched with fruit flies


(2) ______

- The first unmanned Sputnik 1 was launched
- Another (3) ______ Sputnik 2 was launched (with dog Laika)

12 April 1961

The first human spaceflight carried
(4) ____ Yuri Gagarin

20 (5) ______
John Glenn on Mercury Atlas
  

2. Listen to the following radio interview with an education expert. Fill each of the gaps with NO MORE THAN THREE words and/ or a number. You will listen TWICE.
 
THE UK ADVANCED LEVEL EXAMINATIONS
- A Levels = non-compulsory (1) ____________________ - Taken by students who want to go to (2) ____________________ - Preparation takes (3) ____________________ - Most popular subjects (2016): (4) ____________________ - (5) ____________________ of the students had regrets about the subjects taken
II. READING
1. Read the passage and complete the sentences. Circle A, B, or C.
 
Did you ever wonder why it is so difficult for adults to start to learn English or a foreign language? Every year, millions of grown-ups around the world spend a handsome amount of money to learn English but not many of them succeed in becoming fluent English speakers. This is because it is not easy to pick up a new language after a certain age. However, little children learn foreign languages without much difficulty. This is because they have a special ability that helps them learn languages fast. This ability weakens when people grow older. Think of the little time children need to learn their native language. So, if you have the desire to learn English or any other foreign language, you should begin as soon as possible. Remember that the longer you wait, the harder it will become. 1. The best title for the passage would be _____. A. Built-in Abilities for Language B. Languages: the Younger the Better C. Children and Grown-ups 2. The word "grown-ups" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _____. A. adults B. children C. teenagers 3. According to the passage, “a handsome amount of money” means _____. A. good-looking money B. a big sum of money C. a new amount of money 4. Children learn a foreign language fast because _____. A. they have much time to do it B. they are smarter than grown-ups C. they have a special ability 5. If you wish to learn English, you should ______. A. become younger B. learn from children C. begin as soon as possible
2. Read the passage about the differences between American English and British English. Complete the numbered spaces in the table with ONE word from the passage.
 
Danny O’Brian is a junior high school student living in suburban New York. He came to see his friend in London for a few days. He was quite surprised to find that there were subtle differences between American English and British English other than the accent. The biggest difference he found was in vocabulary. He was surprised when he wanted to stand in line to get into the movie theatre, he was asked to "queue" next to the wall. He also learned that "a truck" in Britain is called "a lorry" and "an apartment" is called "a flat", "subway" means "underground" and the hood of a car is called a "bonnet". There is a slight difference in spelling, too. For example, the words "center, color, burned, dialog, realise" were spelled "centre, colour, burnt, dialogue, realize" respectively. Danny also noticed that the American say "I’m going to see a movie with my friends" while the British say "I’m going to see a movie with my mates". The British also say "Cheers!" when they say Goodbye to friends.
Differences
American English
British English

Accent



(1) ______
stand in line
subway
queue
(3) _____

(2) _______
dialog
center
(5) _______
(4) _____,
centre
Cheers!

III. WRITING
1. Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use the word in brackets. You CAN NOT change the word given. Write no more than FIVE words.
 
Here is an example. 0. The bookshop is opposite the
 
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