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Of course, the so-called traditional American family was always more varied than we has been led to believe, reflecting the very different racial, ethnic, class and religious customs among different American groups.The most recent government statistics reveal that only about one third of all current American Families fit the traditional mold and another third consists of married couples who either have no children or have none still living at home. Of the final one third, about 20 percent of the total number of American households are single people, usually women over sixty � five years of age. A small percentage, about 3 percent of the total, consist of unmarried people who choose to live together; and the rest, about 7 percent are single, usually divorced parents, with at least one child. Today, these varied family types are typical, and therefore, normal. Apparently, many Americans are achieving supportive relationship in family forms other than the traditional one.With what topic is the passage mainly concerned?A. The traditional American family B. The nuclear familyC. The current American familyD. The ideal familyThe writer implies that ______________ .A. there have always been a wide variety of family arrangement in the United Sates.B. racial, ethnic, and religions groups have preserved the traditional family structure.C. the ideal American family is the best structure.D. fewer married couples are having children.The word � current� in line 5 could best be replaced by which of the following?A. typical B. present C. perfectD. traditionalAccording to the passage, married couples whose children have grown or who have no children represent ______________ .A. 1/3 percent of households B. 20 percent of householdsC. 7 percent of households D. 3 percent of households Who generally constitutes a one � person household?A. A single man in his twentiesB. An elderly manC. A single woman in her late sixties D. A divorced woman.Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following sentencesMy mother works _______a nurse in a big hospital. She examines the patients. A. forB. atC. inD. asMy family is the base from which we can go into the world with _______. A. confideB. confidenceC. confidentD. confidingMy mother is a _______woman. She does all the household chores to make us more comfortable. A. caringB. carelessC. harmfulD. boringIn my family, both my parents _______to give us a nice house and a happy home. A. join handsB. get outC. shake handsD. deal withMark enjoys having fun by causing trouble. He�s very _______ boyA. stubbornB. spoiledC. mischievousD. brightAfter a day of hard work, Dad was feeling very __________ and tired.A. stressedB. stressC. stressingD. stressfulMy father ________ to the Golf Club for the past 25 years.A. was belongingB. has belongedC. has been belongedD. has belongingHe ________ for twenty years before he retired last year.A. had been teachingB. has taughtC. was teachingD. has been teachingAfter I __________ from college, I __________ as a teacher.A. had graduated / workB. had graduated / workedC. graduated / workedD. graduate / workI am so happy to hear from Mary because I haven�t seen her ________ last year. A. for B. on C. sinceD. laterMy sister __________ trouble with her motorbike now, so she has to take the bus to work.A. haveB. was havingC. is havingD. hadShe went to the market without ___________ anything.A. buyB. buyingC. askingD. to be asked_________ any letters from him lately?A. Do you receiveB. Have you receivedC. Are you receivingD. Had you received�What�s on television tonight?� � �_______�A. It�s very interestingB. I�d like to go to the cinemaC. We should buy a new TV setD. A documentary at 9.30�Would you like a cup of tea?� _ � _________�A. Yes, I doB. Yes, pleaseC. I�m sorryD. It�s my pleasureMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word which is stressed differently from the rest. 21. A. hospital B. mischievous C. supportive D. suitable 22. A. afternoonB. whenever C. obedient D. solutionMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions23. A. neighbors B. friends C. relatives D. photographs24. A. shiftB. mischievous C. confident D. biologistMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions 25. When you got back, he _______. A. will leave London for New York.B. has left London for New York. C. had already left London for New York. D. leaves London for New York.26. While I was working in the garden, _______.A. my son played video games.B. my wife has cleaned the house. C. my son was playing video games. D. my wife had been cleaning the house. 27. When he was driving to work, he stopped _________.A. to get some petrolB. so to get some petrolC. getting some petrolD. for getting some petrolMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction28. She is looking forward to see her grandparents again soon. A B C D29. During the school year, I�m not allowed to watch television when I�ve finished my homework. A B C D30. Jack is living in Spain now. His Spanish had improved greatly since he moved there A B C DPRACTICE TEST 2Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word(s) for each of the blanks from 1 to 5The United States has many different types of families. While most American families are traditional, (1)��a father, mother and one or more children, 22 percent of all American families in 1998 were headed by one parent, usually a woman. In a few families in the United States, there are no children. These (2)��couples may believe that they would not make good parents; they may want freedom from the responsibilities of childbearing; or, perhaps they (3)��physically able to have children. Other families in the United States have one adult (4)��a stepparent. A stepmother or stepfather is a person who joins a family by marrying a father or motherAmericans tolerate and accept these different types of families. In the United States, people have the right to privacy and Americans do not believe in telling other Americans what type of family group they must belong to. They respect each other�s (5)�� regarding family groups. Families are very important to Americans1. A. consist ofB. consisting ofC. consistingD. including of2. A. childishB. childlikeC. childlessD. childhood3. A. are notB. can�tC. couldn�tD. weren�t4. A. whomB. isC. which isD. who is5. A. idealB. chanceC. choicesD. feelingMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following sentences6. My Dad is always willing to give a hand ______________ cleaning the house.A. withB. ofC. aboutD. in7. These children often share their ______________ secrets with their motherA. personB. personalC. personableD. personally8. Do you think doing the household chores is the ______________ of the women only?A. task B. mission C. responsibilityD. charge9. I am always under ______________ and it is affecting my health.A. workB. pressureC. studyD. relax10. My parents don�t put pressure on me to make ..................... about what to study at university. A. choiceB. a decisionC. a replyD. determination11. My brother is _________ with his new job.A. occupiedB. occupationC. occupationalD. occupy12. You won�t pass the examination ���� you study more.A. unlessB. asC. if D. whether13. By the time they arrive at the theater, the movie ______________.A. is ending B. would endC. will endD. will have ended14. My mother is always the first one ___________up in the morning A. gettingB. getsC. to have got D. to get15. How long ago _________ as a shop assistant? _ Five years ago.A. do you workB. have you workedC. did you workD. were you working16. Working for 12 hours a day _________ her very tired.A. makesB. madeC. makeD. making17. On Saturday evening I ________ go to the cinema _________ stay home watching TV.A. both / andB. neither / andC. either / orD. either / nor18. You have to work overtime today, ___________?A. do youB. have youC. haven�t youD. don�t you19. � How do you usually go to school?� � �______________ �A. Two kilometersB. On footC. Half an hourD. Five days a week20. � Woo! You look great with your new hair � _ � ___________�A. You�re welcomeB. Congratulations C. It�s a pleasure D. Thanks . It�s nice of you to say so Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word which is stressed differently from the rest.21. A. confidentB. importantC. together D. exciting22. A. biologistB. responsibleC. generallyD. securityMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions23. A. batsB. speaksC. nursesD. deaths24. A. choresB. schoolC. teacherD. chopstickMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions25. _______ in Rome than he was kidnapped.A. No sooner he arrived B. Had he no sooner arrivedC. No sooner had he arrived D. No sooner he had arrived26. It is seven years since we _______.A. last talked to DaisyB. have talked to daisyC. last talked DaisyD. talked to last Daisy27. _______, give her this map of the cityA. When Mr. Leat� s wife arrivedB. When Mr. Leat� s wife will arriveC. When is Mr. Leat� s wife arrivingD. When Mr. Leat� s wife arrivesMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction28. My little daughter is going to being taken to day care center. A B C D29. He never goes home before he will finish his work A BC D30. Nowadays, grandparents can live happy with their children and grandchildren. A B C DUNIT 2_ CULTURAL DIVERSITYPRACTICE TEST 3 I. Read the following passage and choose A, B , C or D to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks Many American customs will surprise you , the same thing happens to us when we (1)__________another country . People from various cultures handle many small daily things differently . What a dull world it would be if there were not true ! Some differences are minor , and people soon become accustomed to them . At ( 2 ) ________, for example , some foreign women may be startled at the idea of ( 3)_________their hair cut or styled by men . Visitors may be amazed to see men wearing wigs. People may ( 4)_______the transitory quality of much American life odd , for example , one (5)__________rent art by the week or the entire furnishings of an apartment , form sofa and bed to the last spoon , on less than 8 hours� notice A. comeB. visitC. arriveD. travelA. leastB.allC. firstD. last A. givingB. havingC. showingD. takingA. getB.findC. regardD. putA. shouldB. mustC. canD. shall II. Phonetics Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others in each group A. confide B.sacrifice C. bride D. attitude A.ideaB. dreamC. featureD. leadChoose the word which is stressed differently from the restA appearance B. determineC. maintenance D. romantic A. obligeB. ChineseC. agreeD. conductIII. Choose the appropriate word or phrase for each gap of the following sentences Many American men agree that wives and husbands should ______in each other and share all thoughts A. rely B. maintainC. sacrificeD. confide To make sure a happy marriage , equal ___________is one of the important things that you should appreciate A. maintenance B. attractiveness C. responsibility D. partnership A happy marriage should be based ____________ love.A. inB. atC. onD. byThe Americans are much more concerned than the Indians and the Chinese with physical ______________A. attractionB. attractivenessC. attractivelyD. attractiveThe wedding day was _______________chosen by the parents of the groom A. carelessB. carelesslyC. carefulD. carefullyThe comparison of the four values suggests that young Asians are not __________ as their American counterparts.A. as romanticB. more romanticC. most romanticD. romanticIt is not polite ___________ questions about age, marriage and income.A. askedB. askingC. to askD. for askingThe guests give the newly wedded couples envelopes ___________ wedding cards and money.A. containB. containingC. containedD. to containWhen I _____________this novel , you can have it A. read B. have readC. will have readD. am reading He found a watch in the street, and then he ________ to return it to the loser. A. had triedB. was tryingC. tried D. had been tryingPaper , the main writing material today , ____________by the Chinese A. was inventedB. is inventedC. had been inventedD. was being invented While I ________ to school yesterday morning, I __________ my friend.A. cycled / metB. cycling / meetC. was cycling / metD. cycled / was meetingIf I ________you were sick, I would have come to visit you sooner.A. had knownB. knew C. have knownD. know_ � Is Jane married to Korean?� _ � _____________�A. I think.B. I don�t think so.C. I think not.D. I don�t think that.� I think a happy marriage should be based on love. � . �___________�A. It�s O.K B. I couldn�t agree more .C. You are exactly right .D. B & C are correct. IV. Mark the letter A, B , C or D to show that the underlined part needs correction Graham told Jane that he would see her tomorrow A B C DLast year my little brother got lost while we had gone shopping. A B C DStudents suppose to read all the questions carefully and find out the answers to them. A B C DV. Mark the letter A, B , C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions It�s nearly ten years ______________________A. when she started her teaching career B. since she started her teaching career C. after she began to teach in this schoolD.as her teaching career was started Walking into the room , _____________________A. a burning smell came into my house B. something burning could be smelt by me C. I could smell something burning D. and I smelt something burning This is the first time she has attended such an enjoyable birthday party A. The first birthday party she attended was enjoyable B. She had the first enjoyable birthday partyC. Her attendance at the first birthday party was enjoyable D. She has never attended such an enjoyable birthday party before UNIT 3_ WAYS OF SOCIALIZINGPRACTICE TEST 4I. Read the following passage and choose A, B , C or D to indicate the correct answer for each of the questionsCommunication in general is process of sending and receiving messages that enables humans to share knowledge, attitudes, and skills. Although we usually identify communication with speech, communication is composed of two dimensions - verbal and nonverbal.Nonverbal communication has been defined as communication without words. It includes apparent behaviors such as facial expressions, eyes, touching, tone of voice, as well as less obvious messages such as dress, posture and spatial distance between two or more people.Activity or inactivity, words or silence all have message value: they influence others and these others, in turn, respond to these communications and thus they are communicating.Commonly, nonverbal communication is learned shortly after birth and practiced and refined throughout a person's lifetime. Children first learn nonverbal expressions by watching and imitating, much as they learn verbal skills.Young children know far more than they can verbalize and are generally more adept at reading nonverbal cues than adults are because of their limited verbal skills and their recent reliance on the nonverbal to communicate. As children develop verbal skills, nonverbal channels of communication do' not cease to exist although become entwined in the total communication process.According to the writer, ________.A. Nonverbal language is only used by the deaf and the mute.B. One cannot communicate in both verbal and .nonverbal language. C. Those who can listen and talk should not use nonverbal language.D. People communicate with both verbal and nonverbal language.Which is not included in nonverbal communication?A. words B. spatial distance C. facial expressions D. tone of voiceWe can learn from the text that ________.A. nonverbal can never get any responsesB. most people do not like nonverbal communicationC. even silence has message valueD. touching is not accepted in communicatingHuman beings ________.A. have learnt how to communicate in nonverbal language through booksB. can communicate in nonverbal language only when they are matureC. have learnt how to communicate in nonverbal language since a childD. communicate in nonverbal language much less than they do in verbal languageThe word reading has a close meaning to ________.A. looking at the words that are written B. understandingC. saying something aloud D. expressing II. PhoneticsChoose the word whose underlined part is pronounced from that of the others in each group A. whistleB. oftenC. listenD. waiter A. clapB. waveC. attractD. hand Choose the word that contains the stressed syllable different form the ones in the other wordsA. certainB. coupleC. decideD. equal A. verbalB. precedeC. discussD. supposeIII. Choose the appropriate word or phrase for each gap of the following sentencesWhy don�t you make it bigger and more careful to __________people�s attention ?A. keepB. raiseC. attractD. make You shouldn�t stare ����.people.It�s rude. A. on B. with C. for D. at She paid me a very charming compliment _______my paintings A. in B. onC. ofD. about Non- verbal ________such as waving , nodding or shaking of the head also have cultural meanings A. signsB. signalsC. hintsD. marks In many countries , people signify their agreement by _______________their head A. turningB. raisingC. pointingD. nodding It�s not easy to change people�s ___________towards a certain problem A. attitudeB. ideaC. opinionD. thinking She said that she hadn�t visited the UK _____________ A. before B. agoC. nowD. then I think that everything ____ready for the project procedure by the end of next month A. will have been B. has beenC. had been D. is He will take the dog out for a walk as soon as he ���dinner.A. finish B. finishes C. will finish D. shall have finished Much of London _____________by fire in the seventeenth century A. destroyedB. was destroyedC. has been destroyed D. had been destroyedThe woman __________was not very polite.A. who I spoke toB. to who I spokeC. who I spokeD. I spoke to whomI remember ____________to that place once A. to takeB.takingC. being taken D. to be taken �Thank you very much for a lovely party�. ���������.�A. Have a good dayB. You are welcomeC. ThanksD. Cheers � � That�s a very nice dress you are wearing�. �_________________ �A. I�m glad you like it B. That �s nice C. You�re quite right D. That�s all right IV. Mark the letter A, B , C or D to show that the underlined part needs correction Nancy asked Mary that there was anything interesting on TV to see that night A B C D Body language is quiet and secret , but most powerful language of all A B C DYou must find a more efficiently way of organizing your time A B C DVI.Choose the sentence that has the same meaning as the original one The doctor told me ________________________A. I stay in bed for a few days B. to not stay in bed for a few daysC. I have to stay in bed for a few days D. to stay in bed for a few days � Why don�t you ask the teacher for help ?� Tom asked me A. Tom advised me to ask the teacher for help B. Tom recommended me not to ask the teacher for help C. Tom told me the reason why I did not ask the teacher for help D. Tom suggested that he should ask the teacher for help�How beautiful is the dress you have just bought!� Peter said to Mary. A. Peter promised to say thanks to Mary for her beautiful dress. B. Peter said thanks to Mary for her beautiful dress.C. Peter complimented Mary on her beautiful dress. D. Peter asked Mary how she had just bought her beautiful dress.A. exchange B. change C. purchase D. barterA. find B. noticeC. check D. PRACTICE TEST 5Read the following passage and choose A, B , C or D to complete the passage In Japan, politeness and good manners are very important and business meetings are very formal. Business cards are also important and they (1)_______these at the beginning of a meeting. They always look at them carefully, so you should do the same as they might think you're rude if you don't. A lot of communication is non-verbal. They are very good listeners and may ask a lot of questions to (2)______they understand everything. In a conversation they wait longer before they reply than westerners do, so it's important (3)______speak in those long pauses but to wait for their reply. In their culture it's rude to ask direct questions or to say 'No' or 'I disagree'. In business it takes a long time to (4)______a decision because they have to ask everyone in the company. When they say 'Yes' it may mean 'I understand', not 'I agree', and when they smile it might be because they don't know (5)_______to say. identifyA. to not B. don't C. not D. not toA. get B. make C. take D. gainA. when B. that C. who D. whatChoose the word whose underlined part is pronounced from that of the others in each group A impoliteB. kiddingC. instanceD. physicalA. facial B. communicate C. contact D. carpetChoose the word that contains the stressed syllable different form the ones in the other wordsA. verbalB. excuseC. signal D. whistle A. impolite B. exciting C. attention D. attractingChoose the appropriate word or phrase for each gap of the following sentencesBody language is a potent form of ______ communication.A. verbal B. non-verbal C. tongue D. oral The lecturer explained the problem very clearly and is always _______ in response to questions. A. attention B. attentive C. attentively D. attentivenessPoliteness is very necessary in a common social _________. A. community B. communicationC. compassionateD. competition Small children are often told that it is rude to point _____ other people. A. on B. to C. at D. forRobert said that his father _______ to Dallas the year before.A. goes B. went C. has gone D. had goneHe warned _______ too far.A. her did not go B. her do not go C. her not to go D. she did not goThe guest told the host that _______. A. I must go now B. he must go now C. he had to go now D. he had to go thenThe mother told her son _______________ so impolitely.A. not behavingB. not to behaveC. did not behaveD. not behaveShe said she _______________collect it for me after work.A. wouldB. didC. willD. hadHe asked me where I _________________.A. have studiedB. studyC. am studyingD. studiedThe mother asked her son _______.A. where he has been B. where he had been C. where has he been D. where had he beenThe policeman wanted to know _____.where he had been the previous nightB. where he was last night C. where he was the night before D. where he had been last night Ann asked me _____.A. not to tell any one what�s happened B. not to tell anyone what had happened C. to not tell any one what had happened D. not to tell no one what had happened - �What an attractive hair style you have got, Mary!� _ �_______�A. Thank you very much. I am afraid B. You are telling a lieC. Thank you for your compliment D. I don't like your sayingsLaura: �What a lovely house you have!� Maria: �_____� A. Of course not, it�s not costly B. Thank you. Hope you will drop in C. I think so D. No problem�������Mark the letter A, B , C or D to show that the underlined part needs correction The teacher told the students to don�t discuss the take-home exam with each other. A B C DThe Nelsons asked us look over their plants for them while they were away on vacation.�������������������������������������A��� � B ������������������������������������������ C����������������� DWe were advised not drinking the water in the bottle. A���������������� B���������� C��������� DChoose the sentence that has the same meaning as the original one �I�m sorry I forgot your birthday�, Harry told Mary.A. Harry said sorry to Mary for forgetting her birthday.B. Harry felt sorry to forget Mary�s birthday.C. Harry apologized Mary for having forgotten her birthday.D. Harry really felt a pity not to remember Mary�s birthday.�You damage my laptop, Mike,� said SylviaA. Sylvia said Mike has damaged her laptop�B. Sylvia told Mike to damage her laptop.C. Sylvia threatened Mike to damage her laptop.��������D. Sylvia accused Mike of damaging her laptop.Mike said �We bought these books this morning�.A. Mike said they bought those books that morning. B. Mike said they had bought those books that morning. C. Mike said they have bought those books that morning. D. Mike said they bought those books this morning.UNIT 4 _SCHOOL EDUCATION SYSTEMS PRACTICE TEST 6Read 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 1 to 5.University Entrance Examination is very important in Vietnamese students. High school graduates have to take it and get high results to be admitted to universities. The pressure on the candidates remains very high despite the measures that have been taken to reduce the heat around these exams, since securing a place in a state university is considered a major step towards a successful career for young people, especially those from rural areas or disadvantaged families. In the year 2004, it was estimated that nearly 1 million Vietnamese students took the University Entrance Examination, but on average only 1 out of 5 candidates succeeded. Normally, candidates take 3 exam subjects, and each lasts; 180 minutes for the fixed group of subjects they choose. There are 4 fixed groups of subjects: Group A: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry; Group B: Mathematics, Biology, and Chemistry; Group C: Literature, History, and Geography; Group D: Literature, Foreign Language, and Mathematics.In addition to universities, there are community colleges, art and technology institutes; professional secondary schools, and vocational schools which offer degrees or certificates from a-few-month to 2-year courses. According to Vietnam's Ministry of Education and Training, there are currently 23 non-public universities, accounting for 11% of the total number of universities. These non-public universities are currently training 119,464 students, or 11.7% of the total number of students. The government is planning to increase the number of non-public universities to 30% by 2007.University Entrance Examination in Vietnamese is very _______.A. interesting B. stressful C. free D. easyThe word those refers to _______.A. exam subjects B. young people C. universities D. examinationsIn 2004, the proportion of the students who got success in University Entrance Examination was about _______ percent. A. 5 B. 10 C. 20 D. 50Which sentence refers to the University Entrance Examination in Vietnam?A. Students find it easy to get success in the University Entrance Examination. B. Math is compulsory in the University Entrance Examination. C. Students are not allowed to choose their exam subjects.D. There are four fixed groups of exam subjects for students to choose.According to the passage, _______.A. the Vietnamese government will close all non-public universities by next year.B. the Vietnamese government does not appreciate non-public universitiesC. the Vietnamese government encourages the establishing of non-public universities.D. Vietnamese students have no alternative to continue their higher study besides universities.Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.A. cheerB. chemistC. check D. chatA. helpsB. laughsC. likes D. arrivesChoose the word whose main stress syllable is different from the rest. Circle the corresponding letter A, B, C, or D:A. psychologyB. entertainmentC. mathematicsD. economicsA. differentB. importantC. impressiveD. attractiveMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.I am interested in natural science subjects like mathematics, physics and _________A. literatureB. musicC. chemistryD. geographySecondary education in Hong Kong is largely based on the British education _______.A. level B. work C. base D. systemHe was the only _______ that was offered the job.A. apply B. application C. applicant D. applyingParents can express a _______ for the school their child attends.A. prefer B. preference C. preferential D. preferableYou should find a job to live _______ from your parents.A. dependence B. independence C. independent D. independentlyThe picnic __________ because Peter has just had a traffic accident.A. will cancel B. will be cancellingC. will be cancelled D. will have cancelledThe teacher asked him why he __________ the test.A. doesn�t finishB. hasn�t finishedC. won�t finishD. didn�t finishAfter __________ his homework, Tom went out to play with his friends.A. finishB. to finishC. finishingD. the finish ofI was very surprised __________ that she didn�t pass the exam.A. hearingB. to hearingC. at hearingD. to hearWe were made _________ hard when we were at school.A. to studyB. studyC. studyingD. studiedCarol always wants..............by everyone she meets.A. be admiredB. being admiredC. to being admiredD. to be admiredIf it _______ warm yesterday, we would have gone to the beach.A. was B. were C. had been D. could beThe teacher gave back the papers which __________marked A. was B. has been C. had been D. have been "_______" " Not at all."A. Is it O.K if I sit here ?B. Would it be possible for me to sit here ?C. Mind if I sit here ?D. Can I sit here ?"_______ " " No, that would be fine."A. Are you closing the window ?B. Could you close the window ?C. Would you mind if I closed the window ?D. Would you close the window ?Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions._______ if a war happened?A. What you would do B. What would you do C. What will you do D. What you will doThey are pulling down the old theater. The old theater.............A. is pulled downB. is pulling down C. is being pulled down D. is been pulled downIf Hung studies hard, he won�t fail the exams.Unless Hung fails the exams, he will study hard.Unless Hung studies hard, he will fail the exams.Unless Hung doesn�t fail the exams, he will study hard.Unless Hung doesn�t study hard, he won�t fail the exams.Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.If your mother bought that bike for you, will you be happy ? A B C DDavid�s life often attracts criticism from the Press, but he doesn�t mind being criticizing. A B C D30. We haven�t seen each other from we left school. A B C D UNIT 5 _HIGHER EDUCATIONPRACTICE TEST 7Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word(s) for each of the blanks fron 1 to 5.Children in the Netherlands must be at least four years old to enter primary education. Almost all 4-year-olds (99.3%) in the country indeed attend primary school, (1) _____ this is not compulsory until children reach the age (2) _____ 5. Primary school is free of charge. In most schools, children are grouped by age in mixed ability classes, with one teacher for all subjects. Primary school (3) _____ of 8 groups, thus schooling lasts for 8 years. During the first two years, which (4) _____ kindergarten, children receive an average of 22 hours of education, during the last 6 years children receive an average of 25 hours per week. Schools are open 5 days a week, but children are free on Wednesday afternoon. At the end of primary school, or in group 8, schools advice on secondary school choice. Most schools use a national test to support this advice, for instance the 'Citotoets�, a test (5) ____ by the Central Institute for Test development.A. although B. despite C. in spite D. due toA. of B. on C. in D. forA. includes B. contains C. consists D. composesA. also called B. is also called C. is called also D. is also callingA. develop B. to develop C. developed D. developingMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.A. healthyB. wealthyC. reallyD. weatherA. refusalB. musicC. studentD. studyingChoose the word whose main stress syllable is different from the rest. Circle the corresponding letter A, B, C, or D:A. economicsB. engineeringC. informationD. geographyA. physicistB. digestionC. professorD. discoverMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.To enter that school, you will have to fill in the ___________ form.A. applyB. applicationC. appliedD. applying They are university professors who ______ in the history of the Russian empire.A. special B. specially C. specialize D. specializationHe did not do well at school and left with few _______ qualifications.A. academic B. academy C. academician D. academicallySuch questions provide a useful means of ________ students� interest.A. expressingB. encouragingC. stimulatingD. providingHe may be quick ______ understanding but he isn�t capable ___ remembering anything.A. in /ofB. on / atC. at / ofD. of / atThis school is only for children __________ first language is not English.A. of whomB. whoseC. who isD. whoSchooling is compulsory for all Vietnamese children ___________ from six to fourteen.A. ageB. agedC. at ageD. on ageWe have an exam next week. It is very necessary _________A. study hardB. to study hardC. hard studyD. to hard studyHe went to the cinema ___________ he had done his homework.A. beforeB. untilC. by the timeD. afterIf I were you, I would advise her __________ the new teaching method.A. to tryB. tryC. triesD. tryingI can't stand him. If he _______, I will quit.A. is employed B. employed C. were employed D. had employedYou won�t pass the examination _________you study more.A. unlessB. as long asC. ifD. whetherWhen I was young, I _________to play the guitar by a friend.A. teachB. taughtC. am taughtD. was taught"_______ you turn off the T.V, please ?" " I'd be glad to."A. ShallB. WillC. MayD. Do" Would you mind turning down the volume ?" "_______ "A. Of course.B. I'd be glad to.C. Not at all.D. Yes, sure.Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions._______ more carefully, he would not have had the accident yesterday:A. If Peter driven B. If had Peter drivenC. Had Peter driven D. Unless Peter had drivenIt rains so we can�t go to school.A. If it rains, I could go to school.B. If it didn�t rain, I could go to school.C. If it not rain, I could go to school.D. If it rains, I can go to school.I / not see / him / since / he/ graduate / university /./I didn�t see him since he graduated university.I haven�t seen him since he graduated university.I hadn�t seen him since he graduated university.I don�t see him since he graduated university.Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.The communicative of the ship with the island has been disconnected. A B C DI could understand the French teacher if she speak more slowly A B C DSome diseases can be prevent by exercising regularly. A B C DPRACTICE TEST 8Read 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 1 to 5.What is life like for today�s students? As the university and college terms began, I talked to a few students about their lives.Sarah James is a second year biology student. �Money is a big problem�, said Sarah. �I can eat quite cheaply at the university but I spend quite a lot on transport. I also spend quite a lot on clothes, as I like to wear things that are in fashion�.Colin Peter, who is studying engineering, disagrees. �I don�t spend anything on clothes,� he said, �unless you count climbing boots. I�m very keen on climbing, and you do need special equipment, some of which is very expensive. Luckily, my parents gave me money for my birthday in November. Not much of my money goes on transport, because I have a bicycle.�Diana Bell is a first year fashion student. �I make all my clothes. This should save me money, but in fact, the materials are very expensive. I don�t know how I would manage if I didn�t sell some of the dresses and hats I make to the other students. Everything is expensive�, she said. �That includes the rent, food, transport and heating for the flat in winter.�Jack is a science student in his final year. �What do I spend my money on?� Well, not on clothes, and not a lot on going out in the evening. My rent is expensive, and I suppose I spend quite a lot on books. This passage is from ������������ A. a student�s notebookB. a letter to a friend C. a magazine article D. an advertisementThe aim of the write is to ���������. A. show how students liveB. give advice to students C. explain that students work hardD. complain about students� way of lifeThe students� main problem is ����������. A. deciding what to wearB. living on the money they receive C. finding enough time to studyD. cooking their own foodColin is different from Sarah because �������� A. he doesn�t need to study hardB. he has generous parents who help him C. he is not a second year studentD. his clothes and transport cost lessWhich of the following is TRUE for Diana? A. �I haven�t bought any clothes this year but I�ll have to buy next year when I start work.� B. �I�m going to buy a new pair of boots this winter, after my birthday.� C. �I bought a new jacket and trousers yesterday, so I haven�t any money.� D. �A friend is going to pay me to make a jacket for her, so I will have enough money after all.�Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.A. apply B. university C. identity D. earlyA. final B. applicant C. high D. decideMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions.A. mathematics B. application C. educationD. certificate A available B. majority C. tutorial D. differentlyMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Unless you show your ������, you won�t be able to get into the examination room. A. identity cardB. birthday cardC. birth certificateD. reference letterWhenever something goes wrong, everyone ��������.. it on me. A. chargesB. blamesC. insistsD. accusesShe has made an ������..for the job as a nursery teacher because she likes children. A. applyB. applicantC. applicatorD. applicationWhat is minimum entrance _________for this course? A. condition B. requirement C. certificate D. abilityHe is disappointed at noty being offered the job, but I think he will _________ it.A. turn offB. take afterC. get overD. fill inIf you_____to me, you wouldn�t have got so much trouble.A. listenedB. would listen C. had listenedD. Would have listened_______ here, he would help us with these troubles. A. Were Peter B. If were Peter C. Unless were Peter D. Unless Peter were________you known he was a liar, would you have agreed to support him? A. If B. Since C. Had D. Did It is too bad, Lam isn�t here. If he _____ here, he _____ what to do.A. were / would know B. is / will know C. had been / would have known D. was / would know_____ you work harder, you will be sacked.A. Whether B. IfC. HoweverD. UnlessThe campfire _____ if it _____ last night.A. wouldn�t be cancelled / didn�t rain B. wouldn�t have been cancelled / hadn�t rainedC. would have been cancelled / hadn�t rained D. will be cancelled / rainsWithout the traffic jam on the high way this morning, I _______ late for the meeting. A. would be B. would have been C. hadn't been D. wouldn't have been The resort was full of people. I wish it _______ less crowded. A. was B. were C. would be D. had been _ �Why do you think most people learn English?� _ �______________�A. All of them areB. I heard it was very goodC. Very often it�s to get a better jobD. Because I like it_ �What kind of job would you like?� _ � ______________�A. Is there a good chance of promotion?B. I�m good at computingC. Anytime after next weekD. Anything to do with computers.Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Keep silent or you will wake the baby up.A. If you don�t keep silent, you will wake the baby up.B. If you mustn�t keep silent, you will wake the baby up.C. If you keep silent, you will wake the baby up.D. If you don�t keep silent , you would wake the baby up.The more you study, ______________A. the more knowledge you gainB. the more knowledge do you gainC. you are the more knowledgeableD. you will gain more knowledgeWinning a place at university _________for most students.A. become the most difficultlyB. has become as difficultC. will become more difficultlyD. is becoming more and more difficultMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.If I had eaten lunch, I wouldn�t have been hungry now. A B C DIt was excited to think about how I was at college. A B C DHe studied very hard, so he passed the exam easy. A B C DUNIT 6 _FUTURE JOBSPRACTICE TEST 9Read 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.Preparation is a key to a successful interview. Does the idea of going to a job interview make you feel a little nervous? Many people find that it is the hardest part of the employing process. But it is not really true. The more you prepare and practice, the more comfortable you will feel. You should find out as much as possible about the company before you go to the interview. Understand the products that they produce and the services that they provide. It is also good to know who the customers are and who the major competitors are. Practice makes perfect. It will also make you feel more confident and relaxed. So, practice your answers to common questions. Make a list of questions to ask, too. Almost all interviewers will ask if you have questions. This is a great opportunity for you to show your keenness, enthusiasm, and knowledge.Make a great impression. The interview is your chance to show that you are the best person for the job. Your application or resume has already exhibited that you are qualified. Now it is up to you to show how your skills and experience match this position and this company. The employer will be looking and listening to determine if you are a good fit. He/she will be looking for a number of different qualities, in addition to the skills that you possess. To make the best impression, dress appropriately; express your strengths; arrive early, by about 10-15 minutes; be enthusiastic; shake hands firmly; be an active listener; sit up straight and maintain eye contact; and ask questionsAfter the interview, follow up with a thank-you note. This is a chance for you to restate your interest and how you can benefit the company. Your best bet is to try to time it so that the note gets there before the hiring: decision is made. You should also follow up with a phone call if you do not hear back from the employer within the specified time.The pronoun it refers to ________. A. the job B. the interview C. the interviewerD. the preparationWhat does the writer advise you to practice? ________.A. Asking and answering questions related to the job.B. Making products that the company produces.C. Providing services that the company serves.D. Meeting some customers and competitors.Which should not be shown during your interview?A. Punctuality B. A firm hand shaking C. Being properly-dressed D. WeaknessesYou can show your qualifications in the ________.A. dressing style and punctuality B. competing with the competitorsC. resume and letter of application D. eye contact with the interviewWhich is not included in the writer's advice?A. You should not communicate with the interviewer after the interview.B. You 'should make the best impression in the interview.C. You should write a note to say thanks to the interviewer after the interview,D. You should telephone the interviewer for any information after the interview.Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions. A. interview B. minute C. question D. suitable A. explained B. disappointed C. prepared D. interviewedMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions. A. interviewB. impression C. companyD. formally A. stressful B. pressure C. prepareD. futureMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Qualifications and ���� are two most important factors that help you get a good job. A. politenessB. experienceC. attentionD. impression Being well-dress and punctual can help you create a good _______ on your interviewer. A. impression B. pressure C. employment D. effectiveness _______ is increasing, which results from economic crisis. A. Employment B. Unemployment C. Employ D. UnemployedNot all teenagers are well _______ for their future job when they are at high school. A. interested B. satisfied C. concerned D. preparedIt is very important to make a good impression _________ your interviewer.A. onB. forC. ofD. toIt you do not know something about the more technical aspects of the job, admit it and stress that you are willing _______ A. to learn B. learn C. to be learnedD. learntHe didn�t do it himself. He asked some workmen __________ it for him.A. doB. doingC. didD. to doYou can apply for a better job when you _________more experience.������.A�. will have hadB. have hadC. hadD. had hadNot only __________ the exam but she also got the scholarship.A. did she passB. she passedC.she has passedD. has she passedA man _____________a lot of money in a box got on the bus A. who carriesB. who carryingC. carriedD. carryingDo you remember Mr. Darnell, ��..taught us English Literature ? A. whoB. whomC. thatD. whichMary finally succeeded_________ a good job.A. to getB. getting C. to gettingD. in getting Yesterday we visited the City Museum, ���I�d never been before. A. whichB. thatC. to thatD. to which �Do you think you will get the job?����� - � ����__________������ �A. I know so��B. Well, I hope so C. I think not�� D. Yes, that�s right�My daughter is a very good cook� _ �_________� A. Really, does she?B. Really, has she? C. Really, can she?D. Really, is she?Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.If you just approach the job with the right attitude, ______________. A. things would have turned out B. things will turn out C. things would turn out D. things turns out Love, ____________, comes to everyone at some time in his life. A. who is a wonderful feeling B. when is a wonderful feeling C. that is a wonderful feeling D. which is a wonderful feeling _______________ please get in touch with the police. A. Anyone who saw the accident B. Anyone who would see the accident C. Would anyone who saw the accident D. Would who saw the accident Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.The company did not want to hire a man that experience was so limited. A B C DWe are working, that means that we are contributing goods and services to our society A B C D My children won�t go to bed unless they don�t have some money. A B C DPRACTICE TEST 10Mark the letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet to indicate the correct word(s) for each the blanksEach year , the United States publishes the Occupational Outlook Handbook . This large book (1) ______over 250 kinds of jobs . It describes job duties , working conditions , education needed , and salary . Most important , it gives the job outlook. That is , it tells how (2)________openings there will be for a job in the coming year . If the outlook is excellent , there will be a great (3)_________for workers . There will be more jobs than people . If the outlook is good, the number of jobs and the number of workers will be about the (4)________. If the outlook is poor , there will be more workers than jobs . It will be very difficult to (5)___________work in that kind of job. This chapter will describe the job outlook for some jobs A speaks B. prescribesC. translates D. lists A muchB. manyC. farD.longA. needB. workC. storageD. inquiry A. similarB. alikeC. sameD. likelihoodA. searchB. findC. lookD. prepare Mark the letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions .A. established B. recommended C. concentrated D. invented A. helps B. provides C. documents D. laughs A. match B. chair C. character D. church A. stable B. average C. population D. rateMark the letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions .We took part in a sponsored walk ___________ to support the poor.A. organizedB. organizingC. that organizedD. had organizedIt�s the long winters here ______________really depress most people A. whenB. whichC. thatD. what You are not allowed to use the club's facilities ________ you are a member . A.because ofB. unlessC. becauseD. ifUp to now, we _______ about two thousand English words. A.have learntB. would learnC. learntD. will learnDo you know the restaurant ________ we can have a good meal?A. thatB. whichC. whereD. whatPeter left high school________ the age ______ seventeen. A. at / ofB. of / inC. on / with D. in / for A letter of _________ is sometimes really necessary for you in a job interview.A. recommendB. recommendationC. recommended D. recommenderWhen can students ................... the GCSE examinations?A. follow B. takeC. passD. makeDuring the interview you should ___________on what the interviewer is saying A. lookB. concentrateC. observeD. pay attention I think he is the most suitable _________________for the position A. employerB. traineeC. candidateD. examiner Before _______ for a position, check whether you can fulfill all the requirements from the employer.A. deciding B. applying C. requiring D. demandingDoctors have to assume _______ for human life.A. responsible B. responsibly C. responsibility D. responsibleHer job was so _______ that she decided to quit it.A. interesting B. satisfactory C. stressful D. wonderfulMary: �Shall we have a drink when you finish your class?� _ Peter: � �����.�A. No, we can�t.B. You�re welcomeC. All right.D. You needn�t do that� _ Would you mind if I smoke?� _ � �������..�A. Never mindB. Yes, please don�t C. Not at allD. Yes, please doMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.It seem that the Earth is the only planet _____________A. that can support lifeB. which support the lifeC. that can be supported lifeD. which support lifeAnyone _________________ must apply before next Friday.A. who are interested in the jobB. who is interested in the jobC. who are interesting in the jobD. whose job is interested Some of the people __________ couldn�t come.A. that I invited to my party B. to that I invited my partyC. that I invited my party toD. when I invited to partyMark the letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet to to show the underlined part that needs correction People said that Henry was the last person leaving the burning house. A B C D The woman who daughter I saw yesterday is a doctor. A B C DThings will be better if I will get a job and earn some money so I don�t have to live with my parents. A B C DUNIT 8 _LIFE IN THE FUTUREPRACTICE TEST 11Read 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 form 1 to 5. One of the greatest advantages of robots is that they can work in situations that are dangerous or harmful for human workers. For example, the continuous smell of paint has a harmful effect on painters, but it doesn't "bother" a robot. Robots can work in nuclear power plants and in undersea research stations that might be dangerous for humans. Already, robots are working in the plastics industry and in chemical and industrial equipment industries. One of the most common uses of robots is still in automobile factories. They can do the heavy, unpleasant, or dangerous work. These kinds of industrial robots are not usually "mobile". The work they need to do is brought to them, like cars on an assembly line, for example. The robot industry is a big business. By the middle of the 1990s, Japan led the world in robot production with more than 71,000 industrial robots at work. Both the United States and Japan, as well as other countries, continue to develop more advanced robots. Robots can now be made to perform more complex jobs. Robots can make decisions while they are working and learn from their mistakes. Robots can now see with TV camera "eyes." They can easily hear and can even speak using a voice made by a computer. But it is difficult to make a robot "understand." Thinking and understanding are very human qualities. The robots of the future will probably be very complex. They will be able to perform many humanlike tasks. Robots and other technology will make the future a very interesting place!1. We can infer from the passage that by the middle of the 1990s.A. only Japan had used robots in production B. Japan and the USA were the only countries to use robots C. some countries had used robots in industrial production D. Japan led the world in production thanks to robots 2. Which of the following are robots NOT be able to do? A. To speak using a voice made by a computer B. To think and understand C. To make decisions at work D. To learn from mistakes 3. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true about the robots of the future? A. They will probably be very complicated.B. They will be able to do humanlike tasks. C. They will contribute to making the future more interesting. D. They will replace human workers in all kinds of work. 4. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word "bother" in the first paragraph? A. �cancel�B. �change�C. �upset�D. �terminate�5 One of the greatest advantages of robots is�������������.A. working in dangerous or harmful situation B. working in nuclear power plantsC. working in the plastics industry D. working in factoriesMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions. 6.A. laughedB. forcedC. achievedD. typed7.A. terrorismB. eradicateC. incredibleD. pessimist8. A. shuttleB. contributeC. secureD. future9. A. threatenB. earthC. healthyD. breathe Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 10. Some young people like to earn their own living ___________________.A. in order to be dependent on their parents B. so that be dependent on their parents.C. so as not to be dependent on their parents. D. so as not dependent on their parents.11. It was such a big meal that we couldn't finish it. A. The meal was too very big for us to finish.B. The meal was too big for us to finish it. C. The meal was such big that we couldn�t finish it. D. The meal was too big for us to finish.12. She sings so well that she has been asked to make a record. A. She is such a well dancer that she has been asked to make a record. B. She is such a good dancing that she had been asked to make a record. C. She is such a good danner that she has been asked to make a record D. She is such a well dancing that she has been asked to make a record.Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 13. In the future, fatal diseases will be __________ from the word.A. transmitted B. eradicated C. erased D. abolished14. The worker welcome the new regulation, which become __________ on the first of next month.A. effective B. efficient C. influential D. affection15. Most developing countries are in __________ of capital and technical assistance.A. lack B. need C. shortage D. excess16. Domestic chores are now no longer a ________ thanks to the inventions of electronic devices.A. bound B. weight C. burden D. load17. The more powerful weapons are, the more terrible the _________ is.A. creativityB. historyC. terrorismD. technology18. He _________ for that company for five months when it went bankrupt.A. has been workedB. has workedC. had been working D. was working19. Henry was a studious student. He needed no _______ to work hard.A. encourage B. encouraging C. encouragement D. encouraged20. No one can predict the future exactly. Things may happen _______________.A. expected B. unexpected C. expectedly D. unexpectedly21. We are grateful ________ our teacher.A. atB. inC. onD. to22. John�s parents are very proud __________ him.A. ofB. inC. toD. at 23. When doing the puzzles, you have to read ___________ the questions carefully.A. in B. outC. over D. through 24. For breakfast I had a sandwich and _____ apple. A. the B. a C. anD. no article25. We live in a big house in ______ middle of the village.A. theB. aC. anD. no article26. �Would you like something to eat?� - �����_________I�m not hungry now.���� A. Yes, it is��B. Yes, I would�C. No, no problem��D. No, thanks 27. � I�m afraid I can�t come to your birthday party this weekend!� � �������������A. What a shame ! B. What a pity ! C. Me too. D. What�s happened? Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. 28. I was such nervous that I didn�t think I would pass the exam. A B C D29. It is very difficult for us to preventing forest fires during the drought. A B C D30. Education and training are an important steps in getting the kind of job that you would like to have. A B C D PRACTICE TEST 12Read 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 5. Many environmental experts are (1)�����about the future of our planet. They say that the next few years harmful chemicals will further damage the_____(2)____layer., there will be more losses of irreplaceable tropical rainforests, and serious air pollution will cause the climate itself to change. They also warn us that the developing countries (3)����.. to suffer ecological disasters, while the rich countries consume the vast majority of the world�s fuels. Animals are also at_____(4)____.It�s fear that some endangered species may soon die (5) �����, as their natural disasters are destroyed.A. optimisticB. pessimisticC. stagnantD. powerfulA. oxygenB. dioxideC. carbonD. ozoneA. will continue B. continueC. continuedD. shall continueA. riskB. dangerC. accidents D. unfortunateA. forB. ofC. outD. inMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions. A. breathB. threatenC. healthyD. greatA. linkB. deviceC. wipeD. microA. economyB. contraryC. citizenD. corporationA. eradicateB. astronautC. standardD. fatalMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. The ideal world is a peaceful one. Nobody wants to live under the _____ of terrorism.A. problemB. dangerC. threatD. damageSomeone who is ___ is hopeful about the future or the success of something in particular.A. powerfulB. optimisticC. stagnantD. pessimisticIt is quite incredible that he is unaware of such basic facts .A. unbelievableB. difficultC. disappointedD. imaginableWe have a _______ future ahead with little comfort, food or hope.A. secureB. pessimisticC. promisingD. optimisticMary is so ________ that people tell her all their troubles .A. sympatheticB. dependentC. confidentD. pessimisticMany teenagers show signs of anxiety and _______ when being asked about their future.A. depress B. depression C. depressing D. depressedHe takes pride _______all his achievements A. ofB. inC. onD. for Mary doesn�t mind living ______ her own .A. with B. by C. on D. atMrs. Smith invited Mrs. Lan to have dinner while Mrs. Lan _____ the U.SA. visitB. visitedC. have visited D. was visitingThe headmaster disapproved����� his behaviour.A. with B. by C. on D. ofWhat would you like to have for_____ lunch. A. the B. anC. no articleD. aJohn sat on _____ chair nearest the door. A. theB. a C. an D. no article_ �Would you mind if I smoked ? � _ � _______________� A. Yes , I would B. No, I wouldn�t C.I�d really rather you didn�t D. No, thank you A: � What can I do for you?�B: �___________________.�A. No, You can�tB. Thanks. I�ll do it.C. Thank you, I�m just lookingD.Yes, do it pleaseMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 25. The boy was so lazy that he couldn't stay up late to learn his lessons.A. The boy was lazy enough not to stay up late to learn his lessons.B. The boy was too lazy to stay up late to learn his lessons.C. The boy was lazy enough but he stayed up late to learn his lessons.D. The boy was lazy enough to stay up late to learn his lessons.26. That play was _____.A. interesting enough for her to see again.B. enough interesting for her to see againC. too interesting for her to see again. D. so interesting for her to see again27. �We preserve natural resources. We can use them in the future.� means ______.A. We can use natural resources in the future so that we preserve themB. We preserve natural resources that we can use them in the futureC. We preserve natural resources so that we can use them in the futureD. We preserve natural resources so as to we can use them in the futureMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. 28. Bill is often late for class, which makes his teachers angrily. A B C D29.Despite not being able to speak the language , we succeeded to make ourselves understood A B C D30. All the pupils have done the exercises easy. A B C DUNIT 10 _ ENDANGERED SPECIESPRACTICE TEST 13Read the passage and choose the best answerThe World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is an international non governmental organization for the conservation, research, and restoration of the environment. The organization was formed as a charitable trust on September 11, 1961, in Morges, Switzerland, under the name World Wildlife Fund. It was an initiative of Julian Huxley and Max Nicholson. It is the world's largest independent conservation organization with over 5 million supporters worldwide, working in more than 90 countries, supporting 100 conservation and environmental projects around the world. It is a charity, with approximately 9% of its funding coming from voluntary donations by private individuals and businesses. The group says its mission is "to halt and reverse the destruction of our environment". Currently, much of its work focuses on the conservation of three biomes that contain most of the world's biodiversity: forests, freshwater, ecosystems, and oceans and coasts. Among other issues, it is also concerned with endangered species, pollution, and climate change. The organization runs more than 20 field projects worldwide. In the last few years, the organization set up offices and operations around the world.The World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) is concerned with__________________A. industry B. humanityC. atmosphere D. environment WWF is now working in about ________________A. nineteen countries B. one hundred countries and territoriesC. ninety countriesD. sixty- nine countries and states Nine percent of WWF funding comes from _________________A. governments all over the world B. private individuals and businesses C. the United States D. Canada The word � issues � in passage is closest in meaning to _______________A. problemsB. ideasC. groupsD. missions Which of the following statements is NOT true ?A. WWF is a non- governmental organization B. Its name in the United States and Canada is different C. WWF focuses on conservation of forests D. WWF is also concerned with climate change Choose the word which is pronounced differentlyA. attitude B. survive C. introduce D. humanA. medicine B. priority C. crisis D. primaryA. chemical B. which C. change D. eachA. endangered B. destroyed C. damaged D. providedChoose the best answerMany species of plants and animals are in ���of extinction.A. danger B. endangerC. dangerous D. dangerouslyShe is a famous ............... She is very interested in protecting wild animals from extinction.A. conserve B. conservationist C. conservation D. conservationalCutting down trees causes numerous���to the environment.A. danger B. affects C. influenceD. consequencesMany efforts have been ����..to protect rare animals.A. done B. taken C. made D. given_______ is the protection of environment and natural resources.A. Survival B. Commerce C. Conservation D. ExtinctionWe must try to protect _________ animals, otherwise when a species disappears the whole ecosystem is affected.A. ecologicalB. endangeredC. extinctD. toxicMy mother permitted me to go out at night. She said � You ��.go out tonight.�A. may B. have to C. must D. needAs an orphan, he ���..earn his living aloneA. mayB. might C. had to D. have to� Do you have to buy this hat?�. No , I ����. It isn�t necessary.�A. mustn�t B. won�t C. needn�t D. don�t need����.open the window for you?A. Shall I B. Shall I to C. Should I to D. Do II turned on the fan ����.the room was hot.A. due to B. despite C. even though D. becauseYou_____________use this chemical without gloves . It will burn your skin A. don�t have to B. mustn�t C. needn�t D. must Henry ����into the restaurant when the writer was having dinner.A. was going B. went C. has gone D. goes� Would you like milk or sugar?�- ����������..�.A. No, sugar, please B. No, just a black coffee, pleaseC. Why not milk for me? D. Yes, a lot of milkKate: �Do you think Mary is coming the English club?� _ Jackie: ��������������..�A. I don�t hope soB. I don�t believeC. I believe not soD. I believe notError Identification. We have written to each other when we were in primary school. A B C DI can find my own way there, you needn�t to wait for me. A B C DI have lost one of my gloves, I must have been dropped it somewhere. A B C DComplete the following sentencesIt is a top secret __________________________________. A.You mustn�t tell anyone about it.B .You needn�t tell anyone about it.C. You mightn�t tell anyone about it.D.You won�t tell anyone about it.If you work hard,������������� A. you will eventually succeed B. you would eventually succeed C. you eventually succeeded D. you�d have eventually succeededI think it was the manger _______________A. to whom I was speakingB. who I was speaking to him C. with whom I was speaking D. whom I was speaking with him PRACTICE TEST 14 Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.Nearly 200 of the 1500 native plant species in Hawaii are at risk of going extinct in the near future because they have been (1) _____ to such low numbers. Approximately 90 percent of Hawaii's plants are found nowhere else in the world but they are (2) _____ by alien invasive species such as feral goats, pigs, rodents and non- native plants.The Hawaii Rare Plant Restoration Group is striving to prevent the extinction of the 182 rare Hawaiian plants with fewer than 50 individuals remaining in the (3) _____. Since 1990, (4)_____ a result of their 'Plant Extinction Prevention Program', sixteen species have been brought into cultivationand three species have been reintroduced. Invasive weeds have been removed in key areas and fencing put up in order to (5) ______ plants in the wild.A disappeared B. reduced C. increased D. developedA. guarded B. invested C. conserved D. threatenedA. wild B. atmosphere C. hole D. skyA. so B. due C. as D. butA. derive B. vary C. remain D. protectChoose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.A. temperature B.serious C. awareness D. chemicalA. ability B. agriculture C. development D. contaminateA. disappearance B. vulnerable C.conservation D. generationA. current B. global C.crisis D. mankind Choose the best answerThey eventually realize that reckless ______ of the earth's resources can lead only to eventual global disaster. A. exploit B. exploitable C. exploitation D. exploitativeChemical wastes from factories are _______ that cause serious damage to species habitats.A. pollutes B. pollutants C. pollutions D. pollutersThe air in the city is badly __________ because of its old cars.A. pollutionB. has pollutedC. pollutedD. being pollutedIf an area is _______, all the trees there are cut down or destroyed.A. endangered B. deforested C. contaminated D. pollutedAll the countries of the area have _______ to protect their wildlife but they are rarely enforced.A. efforts B. laws C. results D. reservesMany plants and animals __________ are now in danger of extinction.A. piecesB. numbersC. amountD. species__________ is the natural environment in which plants or animals live.A. HabitatB. HabitantC. ExtinctionD. BiodiversityThe disappearance of one or several species may result in the loss of ________A. universityB. biologyC. biodiversityD. diversityIt_____ rain this evening. Why don't you take an umbrella?A. could beB. must C .might D. had better_____ you carry this bag for me?A. MayB. Should C. WillD. ShallYou ________ take me to the airport . Catherine �s giving me a lift A. mustn�t B. shouldn�t C. mightn�t D. don�t have toMost of the earth�s surface ___________ by water.A. have coveredB. is coveringC. is coveredD. are coveredIt ________very much in summer in our country.A. not rainsB. don�t rainC. doesn�t rainD. isn�t raining�Could I borrow your pen?� ��������..You can use it all day if you like �A. No, please do.B. Of course. C. Not at all. D. Yes , you would .�What would you like to drink ?� _ �__________�A. Thank you B. Coffee , please C. Yes, please D. No, I don�t Writing 25. � -------------- about the eight o�clock flight to Chicago?� - �Not yet� A. Has been an announcement madeB. Has an announcement made C. Has an announcement been madeD. Has been made an announcement26.Tom has just got a new job. ______________A. He will be very pleased. B. He must be very pleased. C.He should be very pleased. D.He might be very pleased.27.Tom painted his room black. It looks dark and dreary. ______________A.He must have chosen another colour. B.He may have chosen another colour.C. He should have chosen another colour. D.He could have chosen another colour. Error Identification28.I was very angry when the bus finally came because I have been waiting a long time for it A B C D 29.He �s the painter who�s last exhibition was such a failure A B C D 30. Our sources of energy will soon end if other sources don�t find. A B C DUNIT 11_ BOOKSPRACTICE TEST 15Read the passage carefully, and then choose the best option of words to answer the questions:Reading, as you know, is a continuous and never ending process. If you do very little reading, or if you read only material that offers no challenge to your comprehension, your reading will be of very little use. Once we reach a certain age, or once our formal schooling is completed, many of us become so restricted in our choice of reading that we rarely read any new type of reading experience. We tend to read only books in our professional or business field, or only inspirational books, or only our favorite newspapers every morning, or only one magazine for which we have developed a preference. And the trouble starts here. You should neither read only for entertainment nor only for information but you should also read for intellectual growth, for mental stimulation, for enriching your background of knowledge, for wisdom, and for broader outlook and mature understanding. What kind of books should you read to continue your intellectual growth, to gain a background for opinion and for judgment? The answer is simple one: Read books in fields you have little or no acquaintance with, books that will open for you new horizons of learning, books that will help you explore new areas of knowledge and experience, books that will make the world and people more understandable to you. Sadly, more and more people today are giving up the printed word in favor of being entertained and informed by watching TV, a popular entertainment ,device present at almost homes. More and more children are being subjected to TV programming, perhaps as a babysitter. More than two hours of TV time per day are now a part of children development, generating physiological and mental problems that are of growing concern among experts. Reading ________.A. completely stops when we finish our schooling B. is an endless process C. is of little useD. should be done a littleAccording to the text, ________.A. new type of reading experience often interests most of us. B. we should only read for entertainmentC. reading for intellectual growth is necessaryD. we should not read for mental stimulationWhat kind of books is recommended? A. Books in fields you have little or no acquaintance with B. Books that will help you explore new areas of knowledge and experience C. Books that will open for you new horizons of learning D. All are correct We can learn from the text that today ________.A. people spend more time watching TV than reading books B. more and more people enjoy readingC. most babysitters prefer watching TV D. most children spend less than 2 hours a day watching TVThe writer ____.A. does not approve of reading process B. advises us to read as little as possibleC. prefers watching TV to reading D. appreciates readingChoose the word whose underlined part is pronounced from that of the others in each group A. typesB. pagesC. bitsD. subjectsA. digestedB. interestedC. killedD. unitedA. authorB. themeC. thrillerD. anotherA. schoolB. bookC. foodD. poolMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Books are still a cheap ............... to get knowledge and entertainment.A. meansB. wayC. methodD. measure Which subject is this book ............... ?A. onB. forC. ofD. upIt is a good book. I think it is interesting enough for you to ............... A. put downB. swallowC. look upD. understandI like ...............books better than ............... films.A. the / theB. � / theC. the / �D. � / �Read the book ............... and you can find the information you need.A. carefulB. carelessC. carefullyD. carelessly I can�t find my book anywhere. I ............... have left it on the train. I am not sure.A. mustB. needn�tC. shouldD. mightThis is the most interesting book ............... A. I readB. I am readingC. I�ve ever readD. I had readI read about the child ............... life was saved by her pet dog.A. whomB. whoC. herD. whose............... he did not attend the English class, he knew the lesson quite well.A. DespiteB. In spite ofC. AlthoughD. BecauseHe has finished reading the book, ............... he?A. hasB. hasn�tC. doesD. doesn�tIt was not until he arrived in class ............... realized he had forgotten his book.A. that heB. heC. and heD. when heThe librarian told us not ............... reference books out of the library.A. takeB. takingC. to takeD. tookIf you wish to learn a language, you ............... class regularly.A. have attendedB. must attendC. have hadD. must have attended_�May I borrow your book?� _ ��............... �� �A. This is my book.�B. Ok. Thank you�������C. I don�t borrow you��D. Here you are�Let�s go to the movie now.� _ �Oh! ............... �A. Good idea!B. I don�t.C. Why�s that?D. I need it.Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. Have you finished with the book I lend you last week? A B C DHer last book is published in over 20 languages years ago. A B C DI borrowed four books on gardening the last time I had gone to the library. A B C DMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. While her father was traveling abroad, ............... A. she writes him often.B. she is waiting for him to return.C. she received postcards from him quite often.D. she had often written postcards to him.It was ............... that I saw it several times.A. such an interesting filmB. so an interesting filmC. such film an interestingD. so interested a film............... , Joe stays in bed and reads magazines.A. Whenever rainingB. As it will be raining C. When it will rain D. Whenever it rainsPRACTICE TEST 16Read the passage carefully, and then choose the best option of words to fill in the blanks:Nearly all the discoveries that have been made through the ages can be found in books. The invention of the book is one of humankind�s greatest achievements, the (1) ............... of which cannot be overestimated. Books are very adaptable providing us with both entertainment and (2)................ The production of books began in Ancient Egypt, though not in a form that is recognizable to us today.The books read by the Romans, however, have some (3) ............... to the ones we read now. Until the (4) ............... of the 15th century, in Europe, all books were written by hand. They were often beautifully illustrated and always rare and expensive. With printing came the possibility of cheap, large-scale publication and distribution of books, making (5)................ more widespread and accessible.A. important B. importantlyC. importanceD. more importantA. newsB. dataC. factsD. informationA. alikeB. likenessC. similaritiesD. sameA. center B. middleC. heartD. coreA. knowledgeB. mindC. brainD. awarenessChoose the word whose underlined part is pronounced from that of the others in each group A delicate B. celebrate C. private D.communicate A. justiceB. culture C. product D. ruleA. footB. woodC. floodD. bookA. characterB. schoolC. chewD. characteristicsMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Go ............... this book because it has the information you need.A. overB. byC. offD. onThey were often ______ illustrated and always rare and expensive A. beautifullyB. beautifyC. beautifulD. beautyBooks that give facts about real events, things or people are called ............... A. novelB. biographyC. romanceD. non-fictionThose books are necessary for your thesis. They are really ............... A. informB. informationC. informerD. informativeAnne says that she reads about half ............... hour a day, at least.A. aB. anC. theD. �My mother ............... a lot of books when she was a child.A. readingB. uses to readingC. used to readD. used to readingI will lend you my book ............... I finish reading it.A. as soonB. whenC. ifD. where�Romeo and Juliet� ............... one of Shakespeare�s best books.A. is consideredB. consideredC. are consideredD. consideredPeter and Paul are very keen ............... books.A. on readB. in readingC. on readingD. at readingUp to now, we ............... about two thousand English words.A. will learnB. learnedC. would learnD. have learnedCharles Dickens, ...books are read all over the world, was not very successful with his career at first.A. whichB. whomC. whoseD. whoYou can take ............... books as you want.A. as manyB. so muchC. too manyD. as muchYou have been reading for four hours. This book ............... be very interesting.A. canB. mightC. mustD. should�What�s on television tonight?� _ � ............... �A. It�s very interesting.B. A documentary at 9.30C. I�d like to go to the cinema.D. We should buy a TV set.�............... � _ �Any time. I mean when I can find free time.�A. When do you often read books?B. Do you read any books in your free time?C. What kinds of books do you read?D. How do you like reading books?Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. Although his family was very poor, but he had good education. A B C DMany people think that this novel writing by Ngo Tat To. A B C DThe people about who the novelist wrote were factory workers and their families.A B C DMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. This is the book ................A. which is bought yesterday morning.B. who bought it yesterday morning.C. I bought yesterday morning.D. that I bought it yesterday morning.Our English lessons are becoming ............... A. difficult and difficult.B. the more difficult.C. more difficult and more difficult.D. more and more difficult.I first started learning French ............... A. since my first holiday in Paris.B. when I went to Paris for a holiday.C. for my first holiday in Paris.D. in two years in Paris.UNIT 12_ WATER SPORTSPRACTICE TEST 17Read the passage and choose the best answer to each of the following questions Aquatic sports � sports involving playing in or upon the water � take various forms. The main activities include swimming, synchronized swimming, diving and water polo. Swimming is the act of moving through the water by using the arms, legs, and body in motion. It is an integral part of almost all water-based activities. In synchronized swimming, the players perform beautiful maneuvers to music and diving. Water polo, on the other hand, is a game where two opposing teams play against each other, attempting to throw a buoyant ball into the opponent�s goal. Underwater activities are less varied, the most popular of which are snorkeling and scuba diving. Snorkeling involves swimming face down just below the water surface while breathing through a slender plastic tube called a snorkel, meanwhile scuba divers carry a big tank of air that allows them to breathe while deep underwater. Aquatic sports have long been acknowledged as excellent ways to take physical exercise. Furthermore, practicing them is known to produce both psychological and physical benefits which help to improve mood states and reduce the risk of many serious diseases. This explains why aquatic sports have become very popular forms of exercise among people of all ages. According to the passage, almost all kinds of aquatic sports involve ��. A. scoring B. using equipment C. musicD. swimming According to the passage, which sport includes playing against an opponent team? A. snorkeling B. synchronized swimming C. scuba diving D. water polo The word acknowledged in line 12 is nearest in meaning to ��. A. accepted B. known C. describedD. explained What can we infer from the passage about aquatic sports? A. Younger people can play aquatic sports better than older people. B. Playing aquatic sports costs a lot of money. C. Underwater activities are less dangerous than swimming. D. Aquatic sports give people many health benefits. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Two kinds of aquatic sports B. The popularity of aquatic sports C .Aquatic sports � kinds and benefits D. Swimming and breathing Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest of the following questions.A. athletics B. thought C. enthusiast D. themselvesA. charityB. chocolateC. chemistryD. chapterChoose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.A. goalie B. movement C. advance D. punishA. vertical B. defensive C. contestant D. opponent Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following In water polo, a player is ��� after committing five personal fouls.A. ejectedB. punishedC. criticizedD. defeatedIn1941, The AAU officially accepted synchronized swimming as a sport for team events.A. competitiveB. competing C. competedD. competitorIn water polo, no player except the ��� can hold the ball with both hands.A. defenderB. attackerC. refereeD. goalieMany young men prefer scuba- diving to water polo because it is ����.A. adventureB. adventurousC. adventuring D. adventurerWhen the tenants failed to pay their bill, the authorities decided to __ the gas supply to the flat. A. cut downB. cut outC. cut offD. cut upThe faster we walk,����.. we will get there.A. the soonestB. the soonC. the more soonD. the soonerHave you read any books ______ Agatha Christie?A. ofB. fromC. byD. withHe turned off the lights before going out _____ waste electricity.A. so as to B. not toC. in order that D. so as not toIt�s the first time he ______________ a car.A. drivesB. droveC. has drivenD. had driven The team ______________ a single match so far this season.A. doesn�t winB. didn�t winC. hadn�t wonD. hasn�t won When he _________, he will tell us about the match.A. arrivesB. will arriveC. arriveD. is arrivePeter doesn�t like scuba- diving. _________ does his brother.A. TooB. NeitherC. NeitherD. SoThe flight to Hanoi-------------- because of the bad weather.A. can postponedB. will be postponeC. can be postponedD. can postponeJason asked me ________me the book the day before.A. if who gave B. if who has given C. who had given D. that who had givenMary: � I�ve got an interview for a job tomorrow.� � Peter: � ���..�A. Thank youB. Same to youC. Good luckD. See you� How well you are playing !� �_________________ �A. Say it again . I like to hear your words B. Thank you too muchC. Many thanks . That is a nice complimentD. I think so . I am proud of myself Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to complete the following questions___________________, I heard a knock on the doorA. While having dinner B. While I had dinnerC. While having had dinner D. While l am having dinnerThe road is _____________________.A. so slippery that we can drive fast B. too slippery for us to drive fastC. so slippery that we couldn�t drive fast D. so slippery for us that we can�t drive fast__________, he would go bushwalking.A. If today is SundayB. If today were SundayC. Unless today was SundayD. Unless today would be Sunday Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlines part that needs correction.You can apply for a better job when you will have had more experience. A����������������������������� B������������������� C� ��������� DNo one in the class likes James because he is an unfriendly and bored person A B C D 30. While they were away at the beach, they allowed their neighbors use their car. A B C DUNIT 13 _ THE 22nd SEA GAMESPRACTICE TEST 18Read the following passage and choose the correct word for each of blanks: The 23rd Southeast Asian Games (also known as the 2005 SEA Games) was a biannual multi-sport event held in the Philippines from November 27, 2005 to December 5, 2005. The games were (1) _____ by 11 countries locating in Southeast Asia. The first gold (2) ____ of the games was awarded to Singapore on November 25th when the Water Polo team came out unbeaten in the round-robin tournaments, with the Philippine team taking the (3) _____ medal and the Malaysian team taking the bronze. The Games were also considered both a spectacular event and a valuable chance for athletes to gain competition experience and preparation (4)____ the upcoming Asian Games and Olympic Games. It was purposed created to (5) ___ friendship, solidarity and understanding among neighboring countries in the region.A. participatingB. participatedC. participationD. to participateA. prizeB. awardC. medalD. presentA. diamondB. metalC. woodD. silverA. toB. ofC. forD. aboutA. strongB. strengthenC. strengthD. to strengthenMark the letter A, B, C, or D on the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest of the following questions.A. events B. spirit C. Asian D. silverA. gold B. region C. organize D. game.Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.A. festival B. enthusiast C. podium D. countrymanA. delegation B. energetic C. participant D. competitionMark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions:The more I got to know Tom, ��.I liked him. A. least B.the less C. the least D. the fewThe rooms in the front ��noisier than those in the back. A. are more B. are littler C. are very D. are muchThis one is prettier , but costs������.as the one. A. as much as B. twice as muchC. as manyD. twice as manyChina is the country with��..population. A. the larger B. the largest C. the more large D. the most largeYou can borrow ��.books as you want, A. as many B. as much C. so much D. too manyJane is the ������.of the two sisters. A. elder B. oldest C. eldest D. more oldThe salary of a bus worker is much higher ��..teacher. A. than a B. than that of a C. comparing to the D. in comparison with theMy list of things gets �����I don�t know when to finish them all. A. less and less B. shorter and shorter C. longer and longer D. more and more difficulty� How many products did you sell? � �����..than we had expected.� A. Less B. LesserC. FewD. FewerThe Asian Games is an occasion when friendship and __________ are built band deepened.A. solidarityB. determinationC. admirationD. rivalJohnny used to be one of the most �________�athletes in my country ���A. succeed��B. success��C. successful��D. successfullyThe 22nd SEA Games consisted of athletes from eleven________countries. ���A. participate��B.participant��C.participation��D.participatingThe athlete had tried his best to����. his SEA GAMES title and records.���A. defend��B. impress��C. carry���D. perform�Is this your watch?� ���������.�A. I�m sorry I�m lateB. It�s nine o�clockC. I won�t be late D. I think it�s Kim�s� �How about going for a cup of coffee?� - ��_______����� �A. That�s a good idea.��� B. Never mind�C. Not at all��D. Yes, I�m goingMark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to Show the underlined part that needs correction:Each of the members of the group were made to write a report every week. A B C DShe feels good than she did several days ago. A B C DWhy don�t you congratulate our son about passing his final exam? A B C DMark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to complete the following questionsI took off my shoes before entering the room �������... A. in order to not dirty the floor B. so that I not dirty the floor C. in order not dirtying the floor D. so as not to dirty the floor What would you do if you�����..?A. are bitten by a snake.B. had been bitten by a snake.C. were bitten by a snake.D. has been bitten by a snakeHoa doesn�t play the guitar as well as Minh.A. Minh plays the guitar as well.B. Hoa doesn�t play the guitar well.C. Hoa doesn�t play the guitar better than MinhD. Minh plays the guitar better than Hoa.UNIT 14 _INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONSPRACTICE TEST 19Read 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 1 to 5.The United Nations International Children�s Fund (or UNICEF) was founded in 1946 to provide emergency food and healthcare to children in countries that had been devastated by World War II. Headquarters in New York city, it provides long term humanitarian assistance to children and mothers in developing countries. UNICEF is currently focused on such problems as basic education and gender equality, child protection from violence, exploitation and abuse, and HIV/AIDS.Its child protection grograms also aim at children who are vulnerable to these abuses when living without parental care. These children are at risk of death, poor physical and mental health, HIV inflection, educational problems and poor parenting skills later in life.Right now, UNICEF is working to help the disabled children in provinces in Central Vietnam. Its first priorities are to find out where children with disabilities live and what their needs are. It will also work to meet disabled children�s immediate needs: help build more centers for disabled children, give them access to medical care and make sure they receive aids like wheelchairs. Half of all children with disabilities are illiterate and most of them do not finish primary school. For the long term, UNICEF is already working with the Vietnamese government to fully integrate those with disabilities into society and to improve the rights of all disabled children.Question 1: What is one of the main tasks of UNICEF?A. It creates opportunities for children to enjoy good educational system abroad.B. It helps the old to have a comfortable life in the society.C. It has problems to help poor and disabled children to have better life and overcome their educational problems.D. It teaches illiterate people in developing countries to read and write.Question 2: Children are at risk of the problems such as ............................. .A. illiteracyB. HIV inflectionC. poor healthD. All are correct.Question 3: According to the passage, being lacked of parental care means that ............................ A. children find it hard to be good parents in the future.B. children become disabledC. UNICEF built centers for themD. children pay more attention to school lifeQuestion 4: UNICEF is now helping the disabled children in provinces in Central Vietnam by ...... A. preventing them from HIV/AIDS inflection C. teaching them about gender equalityB. preventing them with medical care D. finding parents for themQuestion 5 :The word �disabled� in the passage means ........................... . A. unable to speak at all B. unable to hearC. unable to use part of the body in a normal wayD. unable to read and writeMatch the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Question 6: I __________very well with my father now, we never have any arguments. A. go onB. carry onC. get onD. put onQuestion 7: He behaves just like his father. He really takes _______him.A. afterB. on C. offD. withQuestion 8: They are not _____ to take part in this program of the World Health Organization.A. enough oldB. old enoughC. so oldD. as oldQuestion 9: The government ______ the earthquake victims with food, clothes and medicine. A. gave B. provided C. offered D. carried Question 10 : Violent tropical storms ���.occur in western Asia are called typhoons. A. thatB. it C. which itD. when it Question 11: Although they are poor, they have _________ five children well.A. grown upB. taken upC. brought upD. pulled upQuesti�n 12: She refused to _______the traditional woman s role.A. take upB. take overC. take onD. take inQuestion 13: I haven t seen him _______ .A. last yearB. since many years C. for many years D. many years agoQuestion 14: The work of the charity is funded by voluntary ______ .A. movementsB. teenagersC. campaignsD. donationsQuestion 15: In time of peace, the Red Cross gives medical aid and other help to _________ of disasters.A. patientsB. victimsC. soldiersD. refugeesQuestion 16: The acronym of WHO stands for _______________.A. World Healthy OrganizationB. World Health OrganizationC. World Health OrganizingD. World Healthful OrganizationQuestion 17: A _______ funded agency, UNICEF relies on contributions from governments and private donors.A. voluntaryB. volunteerC. voluntarilyD. involuntarilyQuestion 18: Windmills _________ by the Persians around 1500 years ago.A. are invent B. are invented C. were invented D. inventedQuestion 19: � Whose book is it?� � � I don�t know, but I think ________� A. it is JimB. it is Jim�sC. it is belonging to Jim D. it belongs to Jim�sQuestion 20: - Jack: �I don�t like your attitude� - Jill: �I don�t care _________�A. if you don�t like it B. whether you like it or not C. do you like it or notD. you like it or notMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.Question 21: A. children B. technologyC. chemistry D. ChristmasQuestion 22: A. cleanB. head C. beat D. teacherQuestion 23: A. cough �B. though �� C. enough ��D. roughQuestion 24: A. promiseB. deviseC. surpriseD. realiseMatch the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Question 25: The bomb was time to __________________ .A. go off at midnight B. go after at midnight C. take off at midnightD. take after at midnightQuestion 26: My plane leaves at 10.30 a.m.A. My plane takes on at 10.30 a.m.B. My plane takes off at 10.30 a.m.C. My plane goes on at 10.30 a.m.D. My plane goes off at 10.30 a.m.Question 27: Can you take care of my dog while I�m on holiday?A. Can you look after my dog while I�m on holiday?B. Are you able to take after my dog while I�m on holiday?C. Can you look into my dog while I�m on holiday?D. Are you able to take up my dog while I�m on holiday?Mark the letter A, B, C,or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.Question 28: It took me a very long time to recover off the shock of her death A B C DQuestion 29: Tom said that he had seen John the day before but John didn�t see him A B C DQuestion 30: He apologized with me for arriving late. A B C DUNIT 15_ WOMEN IN SOCIETYPRACTICE TEST 20Read the passage below and choose one correct answer for each questionIn developing countries, where three fourths of the world�s population live, sixty percent of the people who can�t read and write are women. Being illiterate doesn�t mean they are not intelligent. It does mean it is difficult for them to change their lives. They produce more than haft of the food. In Africa eighty percent of all agricultural work is done by women. There are many programs to help poor countries develop their agriculture. However, for years, these programs provided money and training for men. In parts of Africa, this is a typical day for a village woman. At 4:45 a.m, she gets up, washes and eats. It takes her a haft hour to walk to the fields, and she works there until 3:00p.m. She collects firewood and gets home at 4:00. She spends the next hour and a haft preparing food to cook. Then she collects water for another hour. From 6:30 to 8:30 she cook. After dinner, she spends an hour washing the dishes and her children. She goes to bed at 9:30 p.m.International organizations and programs run by developed nations are starting to help women, as well as men, improve their agricultural production. Governments have already passed some laws affecting women because of the UNO Decade for Women. The UNO report will affect the changes now happening in the family and society.By whom was the Decade for Women organized?A. by developing countries.B. by the United Nations Organization.C. by the World Health Organization.D. by many African countries.Why do people say women produce more than haft of the food?A. because 80 percent of all agricultural work is done by women.B. because 60 percent of women are illiterate.C. most women are not intelligent.D. all are correct.Why do people say that African women�s lives are hard?A. because these women are busy with housework.B. because they work all day in the fields.C. both A and B are correct. D. none are correct.What do these women do after dinner?A. they always go for a walk. B. they collect water.C. they collect firewood. D. they always wash dishes and their children.It is difficult for them to change their lives. Why?A. because they are illiterate. B. because they enjoy working. C. because they earn money D. they aren�t intelligentChoose the word in each group that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the restA. believed B. considered C. advocated D. controlledA. throughout B. although C. right D. enoughChoose a word in each line that has different stress patternA. deny B. legal C. women D. limitA. human B. mother C. struggle D. beliefChoose the best answer for each of the following sentencesAt any competition, everyone is ________. A. the same B. equal C. common D. significantIf you have the ________ in an election, you have the legal right to indicate your choice.A. status B. individual C. vote D. equalityThanks to labor-saving devices, women have more time to take part in _______ activities. A. society B. social C. socially D. socializeWomen in many countries joined together to seek �..and recognition. A. positions B. independence C. dependence D. fameWomen hate to be ���.in their houses all day. A. held B. compelled C. stayed D. confined We�ve nearly run ��.money.We�ve got very little left. A. out of B. off C. away of D. out withWomen are increasingly involved ________ the public life. A. of B. with C. in D. from-What does "W.W.W" ________ for? Is it short for �world wide web?� A. sit B. stand C. lie D. pointMy father ____________ a pack of cigarettes a day, but now he has given it up.A. used to smokingB. used to smokeC. is used to smokeD. is used to smokingJamie prefers working at home _________ working in an office. A. moreB. thatC. thanD. toHe didn�t even have the intelligence to call ��..an ambulance. A. at B. on C. for D. aboutI would like to apply ______ the position of sales clerk that you advertised in the Sunday newspaper.A. forB. toC. withD. inPlease wake me up at 5.00 A.M tomorrow. I need to leave ����..work early. A. from B. to C. for D. atA:� I didn�t get the job!� B: ' ________________'A. Good heavens! B. That's brilliant! C. Same to you! D. Never mind, better luck next time!�You look nice today. I like your new hairstyle�.� � ������� A. It�s nice of you to say soB. Shall I?. Thanks C. Oh, well done!D. I feel interesting to hear thatChoose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.�The sign on the highway warned drivers�����������. A. for high winds at the bridge B. of high winds in the brige C. about high winds on the bridge D. with high winds over the bridgeDo you know much ��������..? A.about housing prices in this area B. of housing prices at this area C. on housing prices in this area D. with housing prices at this areaPaul is so smart.He graduated���������� A. at the university for just three years B. from the university in just three years C. in the university about just three years D. of the university with just three years Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correctingI wish you were here yesterday. A����� B���� C����� DThe mountain climbers were warned for the avalanche danger. A B C DWe helped at the appliance store by a friendly and knowledgeable salesperson A B C DPRACTICE TEST 21Read the following passage and choose the best answer for each blankThroughout history, women have always aimed for a recognized place in (1) �. Guided by their own field of knowledge and expertise, women like Marie Curie in science, Mary Wollstonecraft in literary writing, Simone de Beauvois in philosophical existentialist debate, and Marie Stopes, in medicine, to name a few, have brought about (2) � awareness of the role of women in any walks of life. These women have helped redefine and consolidate the nature of women's place in society. Today the (3) � of global women's organizations and the impact of women's contributions on society show that progress has been made and the progress in furthering the role of women in society has been some benefit to the (4) � woman. It is true to say that not all women have the same need. The need of the woman who stays at home and raises children will differ widely from the woman who works outside. Nevertheless, in the extensive field of equal opportunities, it would be good to know that access is given to both with equal measure according to the true value of respective abilities. It also would be good to know that the woman at home is recognized as a valued (5) � of society just as much as the one who deals on business outside the home. A. society B. social C. socialize D. socialist A. a B. anC. the D. no articleA. right B. belief C. limit D. spreadA. own B. private C. individual D. personalA. party B. competitor C. partner D. memberChoose the word in each group that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the restA. women ��B. movie��C. lose ��D. prove A. female B. human C.status D.basicPick out the word that has the stress differently from that of the other words:A. financial�B. respectful ��C. percentage ��D. marital A. preventionB. agreementC. satisfyD. experienceChoose the best answer for each of the following sentencesPeople used to consider women to be ��for childbearing and homemaking ���A.regarded���B. suited �C. understood ��D.keptWomen�s status�. in different countries and it depends on the cultural beliefs ���A. varies��B. employ��C. fixes�� D. establishesMost relations between men and women soon ����.into love. ���A. deep�B. deepen��C.deeply��D.depthIn the past, men seemed to ���..their duties at home. ���A.expect���B.inspect��C.neglect��D.collectMy mother used to be one of the most �..women in my village.���A. succeed��B. success��C.successful��D. successfullyWomen are usually more ____________ than men.A. sympathizeB. sympatheticC. sympathy D. sympatheticallyChildren used to�..their parents, now they are inclined to regard them as equal. ��A. look up to ��B. watch out for � C. stand up to �� D. come around to She �s very old and can�t live alone. She needs someone to look����. her��A. for ��B. at ��C. up �� D. afterMary was sacked, _________wasn�t surprising.A. thatB. for thatC. whichD. for whichNo longer _______ clean the floor. I have just bought a vacuum cleaner.A. do I have to B. I do have to C. I have toD. have I to doAfter Mary __________ her degree, she intends to work in her father�s company.A. will finishB. is finishing C. finishes D. will have finished20..Mary and I are looking forward ______________ you.A. of seeing B. for seeing C. to seeingD. to see21.We _______________ for HaNoi on the earliest plane tomorrow.A. leaveB. are leavingC. were leaving22.I�m applying �����..a new management position in my company. ��A to ��B in ��C for �� D with23"I think women should not go to work." - "I ________"A.quite agreeB.a little agreedC.so agreeD.rather agreed24. This room is too dirty.����������..� � �A. Yes, it�s big enough.���B. Yes,let�s tidy this mess.�������C. I agree.It�s not too dirty�����D. I agree.What a neat room!.� Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correcting25. Remember to take over your shoes when you are in a Japanese house. A B C D26. John said that he was going to visit his grandparents tomorrow A B C D27. What are the different between women in old times and women in modern times. A B C DChoose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.�28. When I was young, _____________________ .A. I used to stay up late to study B. I was used to stay up late to studyC. I use to stay up late to study D. I got used to stay up late to study29. The Browns are looking forward�����������.A. for their 20 wedding anniversary. B. to their 20 th wedding anniversary.C. at their 20 wedding anniversary . D. on their 20 th wedding anniversary.30.Sometimes John is afraid to sleep. He often dreams���������..A. with monster and dragon. B. for monsters and dragons.C. in monster and dragon D. about monsters and dragonsUNIT 16 _THE ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONSPRACTICE 22Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word(s) for each of the blanks from 1 to 5.The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was established on August 8, 1967 in Bangkok by the five (1) ______ member of countries, namely, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. Brunei (2) ______ on January 8 1984, Vietnam on July 28 1995, Laos PDR and Myanmar on July 23 1997, and Combodia on April 30 1999. In 2006, the ASIAN has a population of about 560 million, a (3) _____ area of 4.5 million square kilometers, a combined gross domestic (4) _____ of almost US$1,100 billion, and a total (5) ______ of about US$ 1,400 billion.Question 1: A. originB. originalC. primitiveD. traditionalQuestion 2: A. took partB. layC. joinedD. enteredQuestion 3: A. totalB. amountC. sumD. allQuestion 4: A. productB. productionC. produceD. productivityQuestion 5: A. sellingB. buying C. commercialD. tradeMatch the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Question 6: Will you buy a 3D television when they ________ available?A. becomeB. becameC. are becomingD. will becomeQuestion 7: Dave _____ in Manchester for several years before he decided to move to London.A. will have workedB. has workedC. had been workingD. worksQuestion 8: I _______ about him when suddenly he _______ in .A. talk / comeB. talked / cameC. am talking / comeD. was talking / cameQuestion 9: He was ......................... right when he said that the man was guilty.A. reasonB. reasonableC. unreasonableD. reasonablyQuestion 10: My company has _________ a new approach to staff meetings. We now have them standing up!A. adaptedB. adoptedC. addressedD. admittedQuestion 11: The train ______ when we arrived at the station.A. has left alreadyB. had left alreadyC. was already leavingD. had already leftQuesti�n 12: Don t worry. By the time we ______ cooking, they _______ their homework.A. finished / will have doneB. finish / will be doingC. are finished / will doD. have finished / will have doneQuestion 13: He went to the cinema _______ he had done his homework.A. beforeB. untilC. by the timeD. afterQuestion 14: Do you feel ___________ to this kind of job ?A. attract B. attractedC. attractiveD. attractionQuestion 15: 2007 was the 40th anniversary of the _____ of ASIAN. A. foundB. founderC. foundationD. foundingQuestion 16: The population of ASIAN ______ for about 8.7% of the world�s population.A. searchesB. gathersC. accountsD. consistsQuestion 17: Vietnam became the seventh ______ of ASIAN in 1995.A. memberB. officialC. bodyD. lectureQuestion 18: ASIAN was _____ in August 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand.A. discoveredB. constructedC. inventedD. foundedQuestion 19: �How long have you been studying English at this language center?�A. �Don�t mention it please!�B. �I�d rather not say!�C. �For over a year, I think.�D. �It isn�t worth it!�Question 20: �____________________� � Thanks , I will write to you when I come to London �A. Have a go B. Better luck next time C. God bless youD. Have a nice trip Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.Question 21: A. whileB. whyC. whoseD. whereQuestion 22: A. manureB. pastureC. adventureD. measureQuestion 23: A. psychologyB. happenC. protectD. stoppedMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose main stressed syllable is different from the rest.Question 24: A. justiceB. seriesC. stabilityD. currencyMatch the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Question 25: Michael has been looking for a job _______________ .A. when he left schoolB. when he has left schoolC. since he has left school D. since he left schoolQuestion 26: ______________ when it started to rain.A. We was playing for an hourB. We had been playing for an hourC. We has been olaying for an hourD. We are playing for an hourQuestion 27: The doorbell rang, I climbed the stairsA. When the doorbell rang, I climbed the stairs. C. When I climbed the stairs, the doorbell rangB. While I was climbing the stairs, the doorbell rang. D. While the doorbell ringing, I was climbing the stairs.. Mark the letter A, B, C,or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.Question 28: While I am having dinner last night, the lights went out. A B C DQuestion 29: No sooner he had arrived in Rome than he was kidnapped. A B C DQuestion 30: As soon as Mary will graduate next month, she will return to her home town. A B C D� THI TH� GI�A K� (U1 - U8)Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.1. A. anchorB. chemistryC. ChristmasD. cheque2. A. missedB. washedC. hopedD. removed3. A. speakB. headC. meatD. teach4. A. swallowB. narrowC. allowD. throw5. A athlete��B enthusiast ��C southeast �� D northernCircle the best answer from A, B, C or D to complete each sentence below.6. The committee is going to�������..the candidates for this position.A. interviewB. interviewerC. intervieweeD. interviewing7. She has just ���..�his love because he thinks she loves him for his money.A. rejectableB. rejectC. rejectedD. rejection 8. Someone who is ���is hopeful about the future or the success of something in particular.A. powerfulB. optimisticC. stagnantD. pessimistic9. For more than 20 years, the Vietnamese government has pursued the open-door �� and continued to woo foreign investment.A. policyB. wayC. exportD. guideline10. The students failed to meet the necessary ���.for admission to the course.A. fulfillmentsB. qualitiesC. requirementsD. aptitudes11. Job ��..are advertised in Situations Vacant.A. placesB. positionsC. seatsD. vacancies12. Small children are often told that it is rude to point �����.. other people.A. on B. to C. at D. for13. English is an important ��������.. that is required in several national examinations.A. language B. test C. evaluation D. subject14. My girl friend arrived after I �������.for her about half an hour.A. was waitingB. had been waitingC. have been waitingD. have waited15. We ������.. Dorothy since last Saturday. A. don�t seeB. haven�t seenC. didn�t seeD. hadn�t see16. John��������..to return my book the next�Friday.������A. suggested��B. promised��C. proposed� ��D. reminded 17. �����..by your father? A. Did that book write B . Did that book written C. Was that book written D. Was that book be writing18. If it ��������too much trouble, I'd love a cup of coffee.A. hadn't beenB. weren'tC. isn'tD. may not be19. He keeps working �����.. feeling unwell. A. althoughB. because ofC. because D. in spite of20. I think one of ������� biggest problems for me is money. A. a B. an C. the D. no article21. He is very worried ����� his new job because he is not quite prepared �����.. working.A. on / over B. to / off C. about / for D. in / at22. ��������..he gets here soon, we will have to start the meeting without him. A. SupposeB. ProvidedC. UnlessD. If23. The man �����.part in the robbery refused to give any information.A. takenB. takingC. to takeD. who take24. Anyone�����..requires the information can contact at once.A. whoB. whomC. whichD. that25. Pasture ��������� in the 19th century. A. was livingB. livedC. had livedD. has lived26. I am not ready and�������A. she isn�t tooB. neither is sheC. she isn�t eitherD. neither she is27. I�d rather you�����smoke here.A. don�tB. notC. shouldn�tD. didn�t28. Customer:� Waiter! I�d like the menu, please.� _ ����������A. But I don�t likeB. Here are you, sirC. Here you are, sirD. Yes, thank you29. � How about having a drive to the countryside this weekend?� _ ���������A. Not at allB. You are welcomeC. No, thanksD. That�s a good idea.30. Anne: � Make yourself at home.� _ �����������.�A. Yes, can I help you?B. Not at all. Don�t mention at itC. Thanks! Same to youD. That�s very kind. Thank youCircle the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.31. The World Health Organization was established in 7 April 1948. A B C D32. He is said to win the gold medal in bodybuilding last Asian Games. A B C D33. The man whom red car is parked in front of our house is a prominent physician in this town.A B CD34.The mother asked the little boy whether he was sorry for what he has done A B C D 35. Johnny used to be one of most success athletes in my country. ���� ��������������� A B������������������C����������������������� D Circle the correct phrase among A, B, C, or D which best completes the sentence given. 36. ��������.. more carefully, he would not have had the accident yesterday. A. If Peter drivenB. If had Peter driven C. Had Peter drivenD. Unless Peter had not driven37. Peter apologized������� A. me for phoning not earlierB. for not phoning me earlier C. not for phoning me earlierD. not to phone me earlier38. A person ---------------------------- is a lecturer. A. who teach at the university B. teaching at the university C. whom teaches at the university D. that are teaching at the university 39. ----------------------------------, he kept on working.A. Despite he was very tiredB. In spite of he was very tiredC. Though his tirednessD. Although he was very tired40. ----------------------------, you will have trouble crossing the borders of countries.A. Without a passportB. Don�t have a passportC. Having not a passport D. If you didn�t have a passport Circle the letter A, B, C or D the best fits each space below (41-45).Most British people go abroad on holiday, to visit family or on short business trips. People are advised to find out how to get urgent treatment before leaving the U.K. They have to (41) ---------------------- a form which explains what they should do if they fail ill or have an accident, and what arrangements exist in (42) ------------------------ country for medical treatment. The regulations are fairly simple but if people do not have this information, they may (43) -------------------- that private medical care is extremely expensive. It is not unusual for people to discover that they do not have enough money with them to (44) ----------------- the total costs and (45) ---------------------- such circumstances an already difficult situation becomes even more complicated.41. A. put B. bringC. fillD. get42. A. theirB. each C. one D. this43. A. look B. want C. find D. know44. A. pay B. give C. spend D. have45. A. onB. in C. at D. upRead the text and answer the questions below (46-50) by circling A, B, C or D.In the future, genetic engineering will allow us to create the perfect human. It will be hard to get used to. Parents will order a baby who will grow up to become a genius or to have a Miss World appearance. Also, genetic engineering will allow us to mix plants and animals.As computers have advanced, they have helped us remember, calculate, organize, and classify. So it will become be easier to deal with things, and much quicker. At a point in a future time, some may claim that computers become about as smart as Newton or Einstein. More advanced computers will be able to be creative, response to feelings in a feeling way, develop intuition, recognize patterns, and suggest innovative alternatives. There is a hope if we choose to take action. We can select Internet information wisely, choose healthy computer programmes carefully. People will be aware of the important of keeping active, getting outside to do more activities. We will also plan to take a major sacrifice the next time we buy a car, take the bus. Everybody will be more concerned about making environmentally friendly choices, eating healthy, and helping build a healthier society by shopping at better stores that sell better food.Most people will be aware that a happy, loving family is a joy to be part of, a that is a necessary foundation for building a strong society. But it is extremely important for our future that we maintain a healthy perspective. We need to value and appreciate the important of what can be achieved by loving and committed parents. People need a strong foundation, it is vital for our society that we encourage parents to work at creating love, joy, and happiness for their children in a decent, stable, and productive atmosphere.46. How many aspects of in the future are referred in the text?A. OneB. TwoC. ThreeD. Four47. Which aspect is not referred in the text?A. EducationB. ComputersC. FamilyD. Genetic engineering48. The phrase to have a Miss World appearance means that������.A. to become a Miss WorldB. to enter a beauty contestC. to be intelligentD. to be beautiful49. According to the text in the future��������..A. it will be difficult for us to select Internet informationB. people will prefer taking a bus to buying a carC. food will not be sold at shopsD. TV viewers will not be able to escape from seeing a lot of advertising.50. The last paragraph is about�����������A. family and parents� responsibility in the futureB. children�s educationC. children�s healthD. how to build a strong society� THI TH� T�T NGHI�P (2012-2013)M�N TI�NG ANH 12 (CHU�N)TH�I GIAN: 60 PH�TMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.A. scholarB. chemistC. approachD. achingA. synchronizeB. cyclingC. typhoonD. psychologyA. honestB. honourC. hesitateD. exhaustA. impressedB. proposedC. increasedD. passedA. cropsB. farmersC. vehiclesD. fieldsMark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Passengers ------------smoke until the signs have been switched off.A. mustn�tB. can�tC. needn�tD. mightn�tMary Kate and Ashley Olsen _______their first book about twelve years ago. A. were published B. published C. have published D. were publishing The National Curriculum _______ by the government. A. will set B. set C. is setting D. is set When people are driving, they _______ keep their eyes on the road. A. wouldn�tB. shouldn�t C. should D. wouldThe football match was postponed_______ the bad weather. A. in spite B. despite C. because D. because ofThere are -------------- in the universe that we can not count them. A. so many starsB. so much starsC. such stars manyD. such stars muchOur English lessons are becoming---------------------------------A. difficult and difficult B. the more difficultC. more difficult and more difficultD. more and more difficultThe alarm-clock suddenly -------------- in the middle of the night.A. went outB. went onC. went byD. went off-------------- out of the house than it began to rain. A. No sooner I got B. No sooner I had got C. No sooner had I got D. No had I got soonerIf he--------------tennis yesterday, he wouldn�t be tired now.A. didn�t play B. played C. doesn�t play D. hadn�t played He seldom goes to the library, --------------?A. doesn�t heB. does he C. is he D. isn�t heMy sister didn�t get the job_______she had all the necessary qualifications. A therefore B. although C. however D. in spite ofThe famous product is named after the person _______invented it.A. whenB. whoC. whichD. whomMany students are used to ..........................early to review the previous lessons. A. getting up B. get up C. got up D. have gotten up My new neighbor has two children, _______ are very lovely. A. all of whom B. both of whom C. who both of D. both of thatThe story I�ve just read -------------- Jack London.A. was writtenB. wrote by C. was written by D. was written fromShe said she _______.A. was very tired last night B. was very tired the night beforeC. had been very tired last night D. had been very tired the night before�You look great in this new dress.� _ �______�A. With pleasure B. Not at allC. I am glad you like it D. Do not say anything about itMay I borrow your eraser?��� - _________.� � A. This is an eraser.�B. Ok. Thank you������� C. I don�t borrow you��D. Here you areWould you like to have dinner with me?�����- _____________.������A. I�m very happy��B. Yes, I�d love to��C. Yes, so do I �D. Yes, it isA lot of different conservation efforts have been made to save-----------species.A. endangerB. dangerC. dangerousD. endangeredThe Asean was --------------on August 8th, 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand.A. foundedB. begunC. seenD. provedSometimes it is ..............to find suitable books for our children.������A. difficult�B. difficulty�C. difficultly�D. difficultiesWe are a very ��� family. We all have very close relationship with one another.A. strangeB. typicalC. close-knitD. friendlyMrs. Pike was so angry that she made a _______ gesture at the driver.A. rude B. rudeness C. rudely D. rudestRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions:Clothing habits are a matter (31) ��������.preference in the United States. Most people are free to wear (32) ��������they feel comfortable. Business people in large urban areas are likely to wear suits or dresses. While clothing in rural areas is less formal. Most Americans tend to dress casually when not in formal or business situation.When eating , most Americans hold a fork in the hand with which they write. Americans eat away from home often, and usually they (33) ��������.for their own meals when dining with friends.When Americans greet one another, they often exchange a firm handshake.They may greet strangers on the street by saying �Hello� or �Good morning�. Friends often greet each other (34) ��������.�How are you?� and respond � Fine, thanks�Americans do not really expect any other answer to the question � How are you?� because it is a way of saying hello. 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A B C DMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. _______________________________, Ngo decided to settle in Manchester.A. Despite of speaking no EnglishB. Although no speaking EnglishC. Although she couldn't speak EnglishD. Because of not speaking EnglishShe wasn't paying attention; that was why she burnt her finger.--> _________________, she might not have burnt her finger. A. If she had been paying no attentionB. Because she had been paying attention C. Had she been paying attentionD. If she were paying attentionThe last time I saw Rose was three years ago.A.I haven�t seen Rose for three years.B.I haven�t seen Rose three years ago.C.I haven�t seen Rose since three years.D.I hasn�t seen Rose for three years.� Don�t forget to feed the chicken twice a day.�A. He said don�t forget to feed the chicken twice a day.B. He told not to forget to feed the chicken twice a day.C. 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