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Môn: TIẾNG ANH
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs

from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
1: A. stopped
B. started
C. liked
D. watched
2: A. donate
B. organise
C.  involve
D. laptop
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other
three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
3: A. avoid
B. enjoy
C. provide
D. happy
4: A. advantage
B. internet
C. biography
D. invention
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs
correction in each of the following questions.
5: They are excited about go on holiday in Da Lat.
A. are
B. excited
C. go
D. in
6: The lives of advantaged students are often very different from those of their more
wealthy peers.
A. The
B. advantaged
C. different for
D. their
7: It takes them two hours travelling to Hanoi by car.
A. travelling
B. hours
C. takes
D. by car.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the
following questions.
8: We …………………….English for 8 years.
A. learned
B. are learning
C. learn
D. have learned
9: I want to participate in this contest, …………..my parents do not allow me to.
A. and
B. or
C. so
D. but
10: I enjoy ………………..game show “Who wants to be a millionaire”
A. listening
B. watching
C. watched
D. listened
11: Doing volunteer work helps us be ………… of global problems that we are facing.
A. aware
B. devote
C. communicate
D. dedicate
12: While my children …………. badminton, it suddenly started to rain.
A. played
B. are playing
C. were playing
D. have played
13: Tomorrow I ………… my relatives with my parents.
A. have visit
B. am going to visit
C. will be visited
D. visit
14: He let me ………… without saying anything.
A. to go
B. go
C. going
D. went
15: This washing machine is …………..now because there is no electricity here.
A. useful
B. meaningful
C. hopeful
D. useless
16: This washing machine is used for ………. clothes.
A. washing
B. washed
C. wash
D. to wash
17: We set up this organization to donate money for………people.
A. portable
B. rich
C. disadvantaged
D. healthy
This
charity
group
raises
money
to
build
more
schools
in
the________
areas.
18:
A. charity
B. volunteer
C. remote
D. benefit
19: A letter ……..by my mother now.
A. is being written
B. is writing
C. write
D. is written
20: Most people consider it women's …….. to take care of children and do housework.
A. limit
B. responsibility
C. relationship
D. respect
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to
complete each of the following exchanges.
21: Doctor: “When did the pain start?” Clair: “………………………”

A. About 2 weeks ago
B. Every morning C. For a month D. From me
22: Tom:“I think I will choose a new laptop rather than a smartphone”
Mary : -"__________, Tom!"
A. Congratulation B. I hope so
C. Not really
D. What a wise choice
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning
to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
23: I got the teaching job in the Happy Child Charity Centre just by chance.
A. accidentally
B. purposefully C. easily
D. immediately
24: Every month, the volunteer group go to remote and mountainous areas to help those in

need.

A. empty

B. faraway

C. crowded

D. poor

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in
meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
25: Even the best invention may have disadvantages. A laptop, for example, is

expensive so many people cannot afford it.
A. advantages
B. disadvantages C. shortcomings D. weaknesses
26: Many people are afraid that computers with superhuman intelligence will
destroy humanity.
A. awareness
B. perception
C. stupidity
D. wisdom

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in
meaning to each of the following questions.
27: This is the first time Peter went abroad.
A. Peter ever has gone abroad before
B. Peter has ever gone abroad before
C. Peter never has gone abroad before
D. Peter has never gone abroad before
28: It is meaningful to save some pocket money for charity work.
A. Nobody thinks it is meaningless to loose money for charity work.
B. Saving some pocket money for charity work is a meaningful thing to do.
C. It means that we have to save some pocket money for charity work.
D. We means to save some pocket money for charity work.
29: They were interviewing her for the job.
A. She has been interviewed for the job.
B. She was interviewed for the job
C. She was being interviewed for the job. D. She was interviewed for the job
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines
each pair of sentences in the following questions.
30: He sang very badly. Everyone left the room.
A. Everyone left the room so he sang very badly.
B. He sang very badly, so everyone left the room.
C. He sang very badly but everyone left the room.
D. He sang very badly or everyone left the room.
31: I was so busy. I could not come to her birthday party.
A. I was too busy to come to her birthday party.
B. I came to her birthday party so I was too busy.
C. I was busy enough to come to her birthday party.
D. Her birthday party made me really busy.
32: We like the computer. We bought it yesterday.

A. We like the computer which we bought it yesterday
B. We like the computer which we bought yesterday.
C. We like the computer we bought which yesterday
D. The computer we like we bought yesterday.

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
Nowadays, amid the storming development of high-tech devices such as smartphones or e-book
readers, people seem to neglect the existence of certain inventions that date back thousands of
years. One of those is the mirror.
People grew a desire to see themselves as they saw their reflections in the surface of water. Around
the 600s BC, the first mirrors were made from natural materials such as polished stones. After a
while, people started to use bronze, gold and silver to make mirrors. These metals were heavy, so
mirrors had very modest sizes. Ruling-class people, especially ladies, used them as a fashionable
accessory. Hardly did they go out without a mirror. In the 1st century, the first glass mirrors were
invented by the Romans and were made bigger to allow people to look at the whole body. However,
not everyone cherished the mirror. Some people were irritated to find themselves ugly looking at the
mirror, and there were rumors that what they saw in the mirror were reflections of sins and demons.
Nowadays, despite technological advancement, mirrors still play important roles in various modernday fields, such as surgery, transport, architecture and so on. In fact, mirrors are utilized in
technology and have inspired the inventions of several devices such as cameras or satellites.
33: When were the first mirrors made?
A. In the first century
B. In the 600s B.C.
C. Four thousand years ago
D. Thousands of years
34: What were the first materials for making mirrors?
A. Plastic
B. Glass
C. Metal such as bronze, gold and silver
D. Stones
35: What was TRUE about metal mirrors?
A. They were very heavy.
B. They were small.
C. They were extremely expensive.
D. They were cheap.
36: What was TRUE about glass mirrors?
A. They were cheaper than metal mirrors.
B. They were not favored because they broke easily.
C. They were bigger than metal mirrors.
D. They were smaller metal mirrors.
37: The word “them” in bold in paragraph 2 refers to............
A. metals
B. Ruling-class people
C. ladies
D. mirrors
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate
the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Taylor Swift is a country music star. She was born on December 13, 1989 in
Pennsylvania, USA. She is a ……(38)…………….and a composer. Her music is a mix of
……..(39)…….. music and pop. She started playing the guitar when she was 10 years old.
She write s songs and sings. When she was 11 years old, she ……(40)……..to Nashville. In
2006, at the age of 16, she …..(41)…… her first album. Fans love her music and her ……
(42)……… too. She is a fantastic musician and she is very beautiful and intelligent too.
Taylor Swift is fantastic!
38: A. music
B. singer
C. musical
D. compose
39: A. country
B. city
C. town
D. village
40: A. moves
B. have moved
C. moved
D. was moving
41: A. released
B. discharged
C. escaped
D. throw away
42: A. person
B. personal
C. personalize D. personality

Choose the best answers to the following questions.
Music has been integral to our lives. Not all types of music have favourable effects, for example, if
it is too loud or noisy or it distracts us from our work. However, in general, surprising benefits for
health of music exposure have been discovered.
Overall, music has beneficial effects in pain relief. Listening to music can reduce sensation caused
by chronic pain by up to 21% and depression by 25%. Music therapy, therefore, has been applied
together with medication to reduce pain during childbirth and surgeries.
Research also shows that music also modifies heartbeat and blood pressure within a positive
range. The heart beats faster as we listen to lively music and when the music slows, so do our
heart and breath rate. In another study, old people suffering from high blood pressure reported
significantly lower blood pressure as a result of listening to calm music after 30 minutes.
Apart from all those benefits, other effects are related to better sleep, strengthened memory and
better general health. Most researchers conclude that our preference of music doesn't play the
main role, but the tempo and the theme of the music we are exposed to are the most important
factors that affect the remedy results.
43. What is the best title for the passage?
A. How music affects our brain
B. Music can reduce pain
C. Helpful health effects gained from music
D. Emotional and physical benefits of music
44. What is TRUE according to the passage?
A. All types of music can producbenefite positive results on health.
B. Music hasn't replaced medicines during childbirth.
C. 25% of sensation caused by pain can be reduced by music.
D. Lively music is not good for heartbeat.
45. How does slow music modify heartbeat?
A. It makes the heart beat faster.
B. It makes heartbeat slow.
C. It makes our heart beat slowly and then fast.
D. It doesn't actually make any changes to heartbeat.
46. What is the effect of music on people with high blood pressure?
A. Their blood pressure is slightly lowered.
B. Their blood pressure is greatly lowered.
C. Their blood pressure is lowered after listening to exciting music.
D. They can take less medicine.
47. What is NOT TRUE according to the passage?
A. We only achieve the best results when listening to our favourite type of music.
B. Music can help us have better memory.
C. Music can improve our general health.
D. Researchers have determined the most important factors in music therapy.
48. What are the most important elements in music therapy?
A. The speed and theme of the music
B. The rhythm and sound of the music
C. The type and sound of the music
D. The rhythm and theme of the music

49. The word “it” refers to……………
A. effects
B. lives
C. music
D. types
50. The word "benefit" is closest in meaning to _____.
A. disadvantages B. negative
C. difficulties

D. advantages
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