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December 25 2020 11
Test 1
I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
1. A. responsible
B. homemaker
C. mow
D. overworked
2. A. bathe
B. finance
C. program
D. cat
3. A. lifting
B. routine
C. split
D. divide
4. A. clothes
B. fold
C. groceries
D. iron
5. A. duty
B. clusters
C. rubbish
D. washing-up
II. Pick out the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others. Circle A, B, C or D.
1. A. Private
B. Provide
C. Arrange
D. Advise
2. A. Resurface
B. Knowledge
C. Technical
D. Export
3. A. Medical
B. Entertainment
C. Atmosphere
D. Suburb
4. A. Recipe
B. Cinema
C. Similar
D. Expertise
5. A. Indicate
B. Forefinger
C. Procedure
D. Enemy
III. Choose the best options to fill in the blanks.
1. My mother is ____ for taking care of the home and the family.
A. responsible B. takes the responsibility
C. take the duty
D. Both B & C are correct.
2. Women usually manage ____ better than men do.
A. household finances
B. household machines
C. housewives
D. houseplants
3. My parents ____. My mother usually does more housework than my father.
A. divide chores equally
B. split chores unequally
C. don't share housework equally
D. Both B & C are correct.
4. Equal share of household duties helps increase ____.
A. job satisfaction
B. couple satisfaction C. wedding satisfaction
D. marital satisfaction
5. It's not easy to gain ____ between husbands and wives, even in developed countries.
A. equal chore
B. chore equally
C. chore equal
D. chore equity
6. He decided that he wanted to be a ____ while his wife worked full-time.
A. homemaker
B. house husband
C. housewife
D. Both A & B are correct
7. Negotiation and conflict ____ skills are very important to every woman in modern life.
A. resolution
B. revolution
C. renovation
D. communication
8. My sunflower seeds must be ____ twice a day so that they will sprout in a few days.
A. watered
B. dried
C. picked
D. spread
9. People are waiting for a ____ system with better doctors and facilities in this country.
A. health care
B. educational
C. entertainment
D. transportation
10. Stress is the number 1 cause of ____, in other words, unhealthy sleep patterns.
A. stomach ache
B. flu
C. cold
D. sleeplessness
11. If you feel sleepy all the time, you are having ____.
A. sleeplessness
B. sleepiness
C. a toothache
D. a headache
Test 2
I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
1. A. guest
B. manage
C. prodigy
D. teenager
2. A. achievement
B. charity
C. chorus
D. franchise
3. A. renowned
B. talented
C. gifted
D. learned
II. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
1. A. single
B. music
C. contest
D. release
2. A. platinum
B. sonata
C. anthem
D. smash
3. A. compose
B. purchase
C. release
D. increase
4. A. version
B. process
C. modest
D. contestant
5. A. instrument
B. platinum
C. debut
D. album
6. A. eliminate
B. nominate
C. originate
D. passionate
III. Choose the best options to fill in the blanks.
1. They are producing more and more ____ in the USA and they will soon spread to all parts of the world.
A. real TV shows
B. reality TV shows
C. actuality TV shows
2. Ho Chi Minh has been considered one of the ____ of the world.

A. culture figures
B. cultural figures
C. cultural images
3. The boy showed his talent for playing the piano at the age of five, so he was considered an ____.
A. infant prodigy
B. infant artist
C. infant talent
4. The first episode of the film is going to be ____ next Sunday.
A. aired
B. announced
C. transmitted
5. Many folk songs which ____ in rural areas are still favored nowadays.
A. resulted
B. proceeded
C. originated
6. Nicholas Sparks is a ____ author. People love and respect him for his novels and personalities.
A. notorious
B. renowned
C. remarked
7. Four artists have been ____ for the prize, but only one can win it.
A. offered
B. decided
C. nominated
8. His song quickly became a ____ among Vietnamese young people.
A. phenomenon
B. phenomenal
C. situation
9. Trinh Cong Son is a ____ composer in Vietnam. Many Vietnamese people can sing his songs.
A. prominent
B. famous
C. Both A & B are correct.
10. The young singer has ____ several singing competitions, but she still desires to compete in The Voice of
Vietnam this year.
A. sung
B. conquered
C. achieved
IV. Choose the words/ phrases that are SAME in meaning to the underlined parts.
1. The band's debut album was a smash hit.
A. great success
B. failure
C. disappointment
2. The young singer is also passionate about composing.
A. good at
B. enthusiastic
C. indifferent
3. Some contestants are truly talented and make relentless efforts.
A. hard-working
B. incompetent
C. gifted
4. In this round, the contestants have to form pairs and choose a song to perform
with their partners.
A. supporters
B. competitors
C. spectators
5. This TV series has different versions all over the world.
A. originals
B. copies
C. categories
6. His latest single was released last month. Many people had been waiting for it.
A. produced
B. finished
C. launched
V. Choose the options that best fit the blanks.
1. David had to practice hard to compete with other contestants, for it was a highly ____ round.
A. competitive
B. passionate
C. eliminate
D. competitor
2. The Idol program ____ consists of auditions, semi-finals and finals.
A. franchise
B. step
C. round
D. process
3. Can you play any ____? - Yes. I can play the flute and the guitar.
A. musical tools
B. pieces of music
C. musical instruments
D. musical devices
4. Two of the four contestants will be ____ after tonight's show.
A. composed
B. removed
C. eliminated
D. terminated
5. Bach made significant ____ in classical music.
A. innovations
B. creativity
C. strangeness
D. newness
6. That company ____ her into signing a five-year contract.
A. deceived
B. pretended
C. made
D. defrauded
7. What are the major ____ of that famous composer?
A. smash hits
B. biographies
C. rating lists
D. achievements
8. American Idol was ____ in 2002 and soon became a phenomenal entertainment series.
A. launched
B. aired
C. published
D. Both A & B are correct.
VI. Choose the options that best fit the blanks.
1. The boys are playing games, ____ the girls are watching TV.
A. so
B. nor
C. and
2. I tried my best in the final test, ____ the result was not as good as I expected.
A. but
B. so
C. for
3. He lost the key, ____ he couldn't get into the house.

A. yet
B. or
C. so
4. She loves comedies, ____ her husband is interested in action films.
A. for
B. yet
C. or
5. You must do well in the test, ____ you will not graduate.
A. so
B. or
C. for
6. Pop music is so popular, ____ the melody is simple and memorable.
A. for
B. so
C. and
7. I should practice more for the competition, ____ my health hasn't been excellent recently.
A. and
B. so
C. but
8. You can go to the movies with me, ____ you can go to the concert alone.
A. and
B. or
C. so
Test 3
I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others'.
1. A. disadvantaged B. handicapped
C. bored
D. annoyed
2. A. donation
B. priority
C. hopeless
D. low-income
3. A. development
B. dedicated
C. devoted
D. describe
4. A. development
B. improvement
C. documentary
D. environment
5. A. organisation
B. disadvantaged
C. meaningless
D. obvious
II. Choose the word that has the underlined partpronounced differently from the others'.
1. A. rural
B. surprise
C. successful
D. volunteer
2. A. application
B. benefit
C. non-profit
D. narrow-minded
3. A. reference
B. remote
C. reaction
D. creation
4. A. area
B. market
C. martyr
D. archaeology
5. A. development
B. demonstrate
C. dedicated
D. delicate
III. Choose the options that best fit the blanks.
1. Your music is very ____. Can't you just stop it?
A. annoying
B. interesting
C. annoyed
D. bored
2. If you can do something to help others, you will find your life ____.
A. meaningful
B. meaningless
C. helpless
D. interested
3. Some of the students were ____ at English, so volunteer teachers had to try very hard.
A. hopeless
B. hopeful
C. endless
D. excited
4. She wishes she could do some _____ work this summer.
A. voluntarily
B. volunteerism
C. volunteer
D. volunteering
5. Life is sometimes very harsh for ____ families in big cities.
A. lowly-income
B. low-income
C. highly-income
D. high-income
6. The local government provides financial support to the children of ____ parents.
A. needful
B. needed
C. need-blind
D. needy
7. This charity provides financial support and mental comfort to ____ children.
A. advantaged
B. disadvantaged
C. advantageous
D. disadvantageous
8. You can ____ books, clothes, medicine and money to this charity.
A. donor
B. donate
C. devote
D. dedicate
IV. Choose the sentence which is closest in meaning with the given one.
1. It took her two hours to do housework yesterday.
A. She spent two hours to doing housework yesterday.
B. It took her two hours doing housework yesterday.
C. She spent two hours doing housework yesterday.
D. Do housework yesterday took him two hours.
2. The weather is very cold, so they can't go swimming.
A. The weather is so cold that they can't go swimming.
B. The weather isn't cold enough for them to go swimming.
C. The weather is too cold for them going swimming.
D. It is so a cold weather that they can't go swimming.
3. My friend is living in Moscow. I received this letter from him.
A. My friend, whom I received this letter, is living in Moscow.
B. My friend, from whom I received this letter, is living in Moscow.

C. My friend whom I received this letter from is living in Moscow.
D. My friend, that I received this letter, is living in Moscow.
4. They saw the children play football in the street.
A. The children were being seen to play football in the street.
B. The children were seen to playing football in the street.
C. The children were seen play football in the street.
D. The children were seen to play football in the street.
5. I have never been to France before.
A. It's the first time that I've gone to France. B. It's the first time that I went to France.
C. It's the first time that I've been to France. D. It's the first time that I was to France.
6. It's a pity that you didn't tell us about this.
A. I wish you told us about this.
B. I wish you had told us about this.
C. I wish you would tell us about this.
D. I wish you have told us about this.
7. He's getting them to mend the windows.
A. He's having the windows to mend.
B. He's having to mend the windows.
C. He's having to be mended the windows. D. He's having the windows mended.
8. It started to rain at 2 o'clock and it is still raining.
A. It has been raining at 2 o'clock.
B. It has been raining since 2 o'clock.
C. It has been raining for 2 o'clock.
D. It has been raining in 2 o'clock.
9. They made her hand over her passport.
A. She was made to hand over her passport. B. She was made hand over her passport.
C. She was handed over to make her passport. D. She was handed over for her passport to make.
10. I tried to eat the cake, but it was too sweet.
A. It was such a sweet cake that I couldn't eat it.
B. It was so sweet cake that I couldn't eat it.
C. The cake was too sweet that I couldn't eat it.
D. The cake was very sweet that I couldn't eat it.
11. My brother and I went to that school.
A. I went to that school and my brother, too.
B. I went to that school and so my brother did.
C. I went to that school and so did my brother.
D. I went to that school and so my brother did, too.
12. She said to us: "Don't be late again."
A. She said to us not to be late again.
B. She told us to be not late again.
C. She told to us not to be late again.
D. She told us not to be late again.
13. I often get up early in the morning.
A. I am used to getting up early in the morning.
B. I am used to get up early in the morning.
C. I used to get up early in the morning.
D. I used to getting up early in the morning.
14. Getting a good job doesn't interest him.
A. He isn't good at getting an interesting job.
B. He isn't interested in getting a good job.
C. He is only interested in getting a good job.
D. Even a good job isn't suitable to him.
15. The garden is too small to play football in.
A. The garden is so small not to play football in. B. The garden is small enough to play football in.
C. The garden isn't big enough to play football in.D. The garden is such small that they can't play football in.
. Choose the underlined words or phrases (A, B, C or D) that are incorrect in standard English.
1. It took me so many time to learn that lesson three months ago.
A
B
C
D
2. My father has retired since three years and he is now living on his pension.
A
B
C
D
3. Mrs. Brown's children are used to be picked up after school everyday.
A
B
C
D
4. My father asked us not to spend too much time play computer games.
A
B
C
D
5. They played so good game of tennis last night that they surprised their audience.
A
B
C
DV.
V. Choose the underlined words or phrases (A, B, C or D) that are incorrect in standard English.
1. It took me so many time to learn that lesson three months ago.
A
B
C
D
2. My father has retired since three years and he is now living on his pension.

A
B
C
D
3. Mrs. Brown's children are used to be picked up after school everyday.
A
B
C
D
4. My father asked us not to spend too much time play computer games.
A
B
C
D
5. They played so good game of tennis last night that they surprised their audience.
A
B
C
D
T est 4

I. Choose the word / phrase CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part.
1. I want to buy a printer but I'm afraid it's bulky.
A. small
B. inconvenient
C. expensive
D. big and heavy
2. It's more economical to buy this car than that jet ski.
A. cost-effective
B. expensive
C. insensitive
D. wasteful
3. You should store your data on Dropbox in case your computer collapses.
A. breaks down
B. destroys
C. runs out of power
D. contains viruses
4. This technology has some drawbacks that need improving.
A. benefits
B. disadvantages
C. strong points
D. qualities
5. The Ig Nobel prize is awarded to good-for-nothing inventions.
A. useless
B. helpful
C. practical
D. applicable
6. This device imitates the movements of the mockingbirds.
A. inspires
B. steals
C. mimics
D. contrasts
Test 4
Choose the options that best fit the blanks.
1. I ____ this washing machine for five years now. It looks old, but it still works well.
A. have
B. had
C. is having
D. have had
2. Have you ever read the Wuthering Heights? - Oh. That's my favourite. I ____ it many times, at least four.
A. read
B. have read
C. was reading
D. used to read
3. People's lives ____ a lot thanks to the inventions of these devices.
A. was changed
B. has been changed
C. have changed
D. is changed
4. She ____ volleyball at high school but she didn't like it.
A. has played B. played
C. was playing
D. has been playing
5. The first actual robot ____ invented in 1961.
A. was
B. has been
C. used to
D. were
6. Where do you live? – I ____ in Boston. I ____ there for ten years now.
A. live – have lived B. live – am living
C. have lived – live
D. live – live
7. Until now, the disease ____ over thirty thousand people worldwide.
A. has killed
B. killed
C. kills
D. is killing
8. Liverpool football club ____ 18 Premier League titles so far.
A. won
B. used to win
C. win
D. has won
9. I'm sorry. Mark isn't here now. He ____ to the post office.
A. went
B. goes
C. has been
D. has gone
10. ____ you ____ the shoplifter to the police yet?
A. Do – report B. Have – reported C. Are – reporting
D. When – reported
Choose the best answer to fill in the blank.
Several famous people are left-handed, (1) ____ Julius Caesar, Napoleon, and Albert Einstein.
Queen Victoria of England was also left-handed, (2) ____ Prince Charles. Paul Mc Cartney of the Beatles
plays (3) ____ guitar the opposite way from other guitarists because he is left-handed. Marilyn Monroe, the
famous American star was also a leftie. Are you a leftie (4) ____ you write with your right hand? To
understand (5) ____ it is necessary to look at the brain. The brain is (6) ____ into two hemispheres. The left
hemisphere of the brain (7) ____ the right side of the body, and the right hemisphere controls the left side.

Both of the sides of the body receive the same information (8) ____ the brain because the two hemispheres
are connected. (9) ____, in the right handed people, the left hemisphere is stronger. In the left-handed
people, it is the right hemisphere (10) ____ is stronger.
1. A. such as
B. so as
C. so that
D. such that
2. A. is so and
B. and
C. and so is
D. and is so
3. A. a
B. an
C. the
D. no article
4. A. as
B. because
C. even
D. even though
5. A. leftie
B. lefthandedness
C. left-handed
D. lefthander
6. A divided
B. cut
C. subtracted
D. separated
7. A. conquers
B. controls
C. contrasts
D. consists
8. A. on
B. to
C. from
D. for
9. A. In order that
B. Therefore
C. Never
D. However
10. A. who
B. whom
C. that
D. where
III. Choose the sentence which is closest in meaning with the given one.
1. Second prize was awarded to an unknown author from Pastra.
A. An award of second prize was given an unknown author from Pastra.
B. An unknown author from Pastra was awarded second prize.
C. An unknown author from Pastra was awarded with the second prize.
D. Unknown author was awarded second.
2. I used to live alone.
A. I lived by myself but I no longer do it now.
B. I lived by myself and I was used to it.
C. I am used to living alone.
D. I was used to living by myself.
3. I was late for work because the bus broke down.
A. As the bus was broken, I was late for work.
B. Due to a bus break-down, I was late for work.
C. Since the bus broke into pieces, I was late for work.
D. Due to the fact that the bus was broken, I was late for work.
4. "If I were you, I would get in touch with the boss.", he said.
A. He suggested that I would get in touch with the boss.
B. He suggested keeping in touch with the boss.
C. He recommended that I should get in touch with the boss.
D. He wished he were me so that he could get in touch with the boss.
5. I'm not very good at gardening, I'm afraid.
A. I'm not much of a gardener, I'm afraid.
B. I regret that I bad at gardening.
C. I'm scared to work in the garden.
D. I am afraid of working in the garden.
6. We started cooking for the party four hours ago.
A. We began to cook for the party for four hours.
B. We have been cooking for the party for four hours.
C. We cooked for the party for four hours.
D. We cooked for the party four hours ago.
7. The boatmen were able to escape just before the boat sank.
A. The boatmen could escape just before the boat sank.
B. The boatmen attempted to escape just before the boat sank
C. The boatmen succeeded to escape just before the boat sank.
D. The boatmen managed to escape just before the boat sank.
8. It may be possible for you to go there without a visa.
A. It may not be impossible for you to go there without a visa.
B. You may be possible to go there without a visa.
C. It may be unnecessary for you to get a visa to go there.
D. You may find it possible to get a visa to go there.
9. Please don't use the shower after midnight.
A. Would you mind not to use the shower after midnight?
B. Would you like to use the shower after midnight?
C. I don't want you to use the shower.
D. Would you mind not using the shower after midnight?

10. It would be better if you did not bring your dog in here.
A. I'd rather you hadn't brought you dog in here.
B. I wish you hadn't brought your dog in here.
C. I'd rather you didn't bring your dog in here.
D. You have brought your dog in here, which is against the rules.
11. The car is more expensive than it ought to be.
A. The car ought to be expensive.
B. The car shouldn't be so cheap.
C. The car looks like an inexpensive automobile. D. The car costs more than it should.
12. Jane hardly ever enjoys eating vegetables.
A. She enjoys eating vegetables.
B. She has fun growing vegetables.
C. She almost never eats vegetables.
D. She sells vegetables for living.
13. We had several guests at our house over the holidays.
A. We were guests at our friend's house.
B. Several people visited us during the holidays.
C. The holidays were over by the time our guests arrived.
D. We guessed that several people would come.
14. I can't believe that he did it without telling me first.
A. I can't believe what he told me.
B. He told me that he did it first.
C. He didn't believe that I told him first.
D. He didn't inform me before he did it.
15. It is too late to change it, so leave it the way it is.
A. It can't be altered at this point.
B. We should change it before he finds it out.
C. We can't leave it the way it is.
D. He should approve the changes before he
leaves.
I. Find the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently rom the others.
1. A. grammar
B. damage
C. drama
D. mammal
2. A. operate
B. personal
C. interact
D. receiver
3. A. foot
B. moon
C. food
D. pool
4. A. protection
B. education
C. exception
D. question
5. A endanger
B. condition
C. handkerchief
D. dangerous
II. Find the word whose stressed pattern is different from the others in each group.
1. A. afternoon
B. tomorrow
C. banana
D. umbrella
2. A. sorrow
B. passion
C. native
D. complaint
3. A. brilliant
B. harbour
C. mature
D. difficult
4. A. government
B. disappoint
C. audience
D. talented
5. A. important
B. experience
C. different
D. continue
B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR
I. Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) which best completes each sentence.
1. Never ____ off till tomorrow what you can do today.
A. put
B. set
C. do
D. turn
2. Do you need some more paper? – No, thanks. I ____.
A. have still a piece left
B. have a piece still left
C. still have a piece left
D. have left a piece still
3. Not until he came into light ____ him.
A. I only recognized
B. did I recognized
C. did I recognize
D. I didn't
recognize
4. I was very tired; ____, I determined to walk on to the next village.
A. therefore
B. however
C. and
D. for
5. ____ Mary, give her my love.
A. If you saw
B. Should you see
C. Do you see
D. By seeing
6. ____ more carefully, he wouldn't have been in the hospital now.
A. Had he driven
B. If he drove
C. If he drives
D. If he hadn't
driven
7. More than 50 films ____ in Hanoi since June.
A. have been shown
B. were shown
C. show
D. has been shown
8. You must lend me the money for the trip. ____, I won't be able to go.

A. Consequently
B. Nevertheless
C. Otherwise
D. Although
9. - When can I take my holiday? – ____.
A. It's for you.
B. How you like.
C. After your wish.
D. It's up to you
10. I shall do the job to the best of my ____.
A. capacity
B. knowledge
C. talent
D. ability
. Read the passage below and choose the correct option marked A, B, C or D to answer the questions.
I left school at fifteen. I was an academically bright lad who was urged by some of his teachers not to
leave, but I wanted out to see life, and I didn't want to reach beyond the expectation of the friends who left
school with me. I worked for a year in a laundry, as a van-boy delivering dry cleaning,
On turning sixteen I applied to be, and eventually began working as a trainee heating engineer with a
medium-sized company in East Belfast. The first months were boring. The work was not demanding but I
found the environment of the factory annoying. I remember my first week. I left the factory to meet up with
a friend and I realized that I had forgotten to collect my wages. My friend thought I was an idiot. After many
months working in the factory, I was sent off to college to study for my Certificate in Heating Engineering. I
found the classroom routine unpleasant and I remember feeling a sense of limitation. Five years of this- to
end up as a heating engineer and continue with that for the foreseeable future was not an exciting thought.
Although I had left school against the advice of my teachers I had, without telling anyone, tried to
continue my studies in literature at evening classes. It was a boring walk from one end of the city to another
and to sit amongst adults was confusing. I was the youngest in the class, so the companionship I knew at
school was absent. I put up with it for a short period. It was too long a walk on cold winter's nights and it
was hard to concentrate on Shakespeare with wet shoes and soaking trousers. So I carried on reading books
and started writing poetry at home.
By chance, I won some prizes and literary awards in national competitions. A young woman from a
TV company came to the college one day. She told me in the quiet of the corridor that I had won a national
poetry award. I stared at her in astonishment and disbelief. She wanted to make a short film about me, to
which I said: 'No, I couldn't do that? Not that I had any real excuse. I was just frightened. She eventually
persuaded me that I should do it the following day.
1. One reason why the writer left school at the age of fifteen was that he ____.
A. thought he would get a good job
B. didn't get on well with his teachers
C. had no other choice
D. didn't want to be different from his friends
What did the writer feel while he was training to be a heating engineer?
A. He was capable of doing something better. B. He preferred the college to the factory.
C. He didn't receive enough money.
D. He might fail to qualify as a heating engineer.
3. What did the writer find when he attended the evening classes?
A. The behavior of the other students annoyed him.
B. He was out of place among the other students.
C. The studies were less interesting than he expected. D. He learned more when he studied at home.
4. What does "it" in 'I put up with it for a short period.' refer to?
A. literature
B. the walk
C. the evening class
D. companionship
5. Why at first did the writer refuse to appear in the film?
A. He thought someone else should be in it.
B. He wanted more time to think about it.
C. He felt he didn't deserve it.
D. He was taken by surprise.
 
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