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Người gửi: Nguyễn Thọ Cương (trang riêng)
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Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 1 to 10
It is estimated the (1) _____ number is not known that worldwide some 60,000 newspapers exists, with a (2) _____ circulation of nearly 500 million. However, the number of readers is (3) _____ greater-as many as three times the circulation figure.
This is because newspapers are shared, some are posted, and (4) _____ placed in libraries and other (5) _____ places. Worldwide, about 8,000 of these newspapers are dailies. About a third of all newspapers are published in North America, (6) _____ third in Europe, and the (7) _____ third in the rest of the world. Countries with the highest newspaper (8) _____ are Britain, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Japan, and the United States. Europe has nearly half of the world`s total newspaper circulation, North America about a quarter, and the rest of the world another quarter. Taking the world (9) _____, the average circulation of dailies per 1,000 persons is about 100, but there are many parts of the world where the modern newspaper is (10) _____ ever seen.
Question 1: A. exact B. correct C. precise D. right
Question 2: A. mixed B. combined C. connected D. linked
Question 3: A. even B. far C. more D. very
Question 4: A. another B. the others C. others D. the rest
Question 5: A. open B. common C. shared D. public
Question 6: A. the other B. the next C. another D. the last
Question 7: A. extra B. left C. spare D. remaining
Question 8: A. readers B. buyers C. readership D. subscribers
Question 9: A. as a whole B. generally C. on general D. in all
Question 10: A. almost B. not C. seldom D. scarcely

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 11 to 20
The fertile valleys of the river Nile straddle the hot desert land of Egypt. Rain is relatively scarce, and the summers are scorching hot. Nevertheless the strip of land, known as the Cultivation, on either side of the Nile is reputed to be one of the most fertile places in the world. Its rich black soil is the result of accumulation of silt deposited by the annual flooding of the Nile thousands of years ago. From June to October, the river overflowed its banks. Modern damps were then constructed to control the flooding. The floodwaters left behind a rich sticky black mud which made it suitable for the cultivation of crops. As long as the soil was well irrigated, two or three crops could be grown in one season. Its rich soil led to the growth and rise of the brilliant civilization of the ancient Egyptians on the Nile valley more than 5000 years ago. The earliest Egyptians had acquired the skills to till the land along the banks, drawing along the Nile became wealthy, they embarked on projects of digging ditches and constructing dams to control the floods. In about 3100 BC, the whole Egypt was united under the reign of King Menes. He and his descendants made up Egypt`s first ruling family, or dynasty. His rule led to the great development of the arts like writing, painting, architecture, and crafts. Egyptian power and influence were to last for the next 2000 years. The Egyptian kings had absolute powers. The king possesses all the land, and the peasants had to surrender part of their crops to the king. An army of officials and scribes did the task of collecting the exact amount of due from the individual farmers. Crops and livestock were often seen at the storehouses surrounding the royal palaces. In return for their uphill task, the king paid his officials and dishes out funds for huge irrigation projects. Egypt`s trade with the outside world stretches far and wide. In return for gold, copper, gemstones, and building stones, it purchases the goods that it did not have. Timber, resins, oils, silver and slaves came from Lebanon. From Deria and Anatolia came horses, while the blue stone called lapis lazuli was imported from Mesopotamia. Strong forts were constructed to protect overland trade routes. Egypt held Nubia in the south for almost 800 years. It served as Egypt`s most vital source of gold and slaves.
Question 11: The civilization of the ancient Egyptians was brought about by _____.
A. Egypt`s first ruling family
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