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Linh Phương

I. Read the following text and decide which answer best fits each numbered blank.

        I'm Linh and now I (1) _____________ at a high school in the United States. My biggest challenge in the United States is the language (2) _____________. I (3)_____________ English for five years but I still face difficulties in communication. For all the time, I feel nervous to understand what other people were saying and why they were laughing. (4)_____________I go to see an American movie, I still can't understand the actors. Maybe because spoken English has a lot of idioms

and communication (5)_____________ may happen due to cultural differences.

        Leaving home and (6) _____________ to study in a new country can be a stressful experience. However, I have learned some ways to overcome my problem. First, I usually tell people that I am learning English in case they don't understand me. Second, I listen (7)_____________. If I don't understand something for the first time, I'm not afraid (8) _____________ questions as many times as it is necessary. Watching people speak also help me to add new words to my vocabulary. Finally, my big fear is public speaking, so I decided (9) _____________down what I want to speak. This is good because I already have some words and sentences in my mind, instead of (10) _____________ during the presentation.

1. A. am studying          B. study               C. studies             D. will be studying

2. A. difficulties             B. world               C. barrier              D. communication

3. A. study                     B. studies             C. have studied    D. studied

4. A. When                    B. Which              C. Who                 D. Why

5. A. barrier                             B. breakdown       C. interaction       D. distance

6. A. travelling               B. travel               C. to travel           D. travels

7. A. careful                             B. carefully           C. careless            D. carelessly

8. A. to raise                            B. raises               C. raise                 D. raising

9. A. write                      B. to write            C. writing             D. writes

10. A. think                             B. to think            C. thinks              D. thinking

II. Read the following text and answer the questions by choosing the option A, B, C or D.

BENEFITS OF VIDEO CONFERENCING

        Video conferencing is the technology that allows you to hold meetings with people who are in different places while seeing them and talking to them in real time. It is different from simple video calling, which is often one-to-one video communication. In the past, video conferencing needed complex and expensive equipment. Today, it's easy to join in a video conference on your computer or smart phone with Internet connectivity. Moreover, video conferencing is also an important tool for people who work away from the office, often at home because it helps to save time and money for them.

        Video conferencing can help teachers in teaching, too. Video conferencing is a great way of learning and sharing knowledge beyond distance. Courses can take place with the teacher and each different student living in a different location. This will help education spread even to remote mountainous areas.

1. Video conferencing helps people _____________.

        A. send message                                          B. send snail mail     

        C. send snail mail                                        D. hold meetings

2.     How does video conferencing help people?

        A. It helps connect people in different places in real time.

        B. It helps connect people in different places in future time.

        C. It helps connect people in same places in real time.

        D. It helps connect people in same places in future time.

3.     What can people do with video conferencing?

        A. People can see and touch each other.

        B. People can see and use telepathy.

        C. People can see and talk to each other.

        D. People can talk and touch each other.

4.     Which statement below is NOT TRUE?

        A. Video calling is often one-to-one communication

        B. Video conferencing can happen between many people.

        C. In the past, video conferencing needed simple equipment.

        D. Today, video conferencing only needs smartphone with Internet connectivity.

5.     How can video conferencing help people who work away from the office?

        A. It saves time.                                          B. It saves money.

        C. It saves time and money.                        D. None of them.

6.     Who will get benefits from video conferencing?

        A. farmer                                                     B. teacher                 

        C. engineer                                                  D. housewife

7. What is the advantage of studying through video conferencing?

        A. Teacher can start class late.

        B. Teacher doesn't know his/her students.

        C. Teacher and students can be in same places.

        D. Teacher and students can be in different places.

8.     What does the word "mountainous" mean?

        A. a place has rivers                                    B. a poor place

        C. a place has mountains                            D. a far place

Dương Minh

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

Inventions That Changes Our World

People have been inventing things for years. Paper was invented about 2,000 years ago. The wheel was invented more than 5,000 years ago. What would life be like without paper to write on or bikes to ride? Those inventions have made life easier.

Airplane

The Wright Brothers invented the first airplane in December 1903. That makes 2003 the 100th anniversary! Before the airplane was invented, most people traveled by cars, boats, and trains. Today, airplanes help people travel faster. How do airplanes help you?

Telephone

Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876. Before the telephone was invented, people kept in touch by writing letters or talking in person. Today the telephone makes it easier for people to talk to one another. How do telephones help you?

Automobile

The first four-wheeled gas-powered car was invented by Karl Benz in 1891. Before people had cars, they couldn’t travel easily. They walked or rode horses for short trips. They took trains or boats for long trips. Today cars are one of the main ways people travel. How do cars help you?

Computer

People worked for years to make the first computer. It was built in 1946. The first computer was called ENIAC. Today computers are an important part of many people’s lives. People use computers as tools to write, get information, and much more. How do computers help you?

Question: Before the invention of automobiles, people walked or rode horses for long trips.

A. True

B. False

Dương Minh

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

Inventions That Changes Our World

People have been inventing things for years. Paper was invented about 2,000 years ago. The wheel was invented more than 5,000 years ago. What would life be like without paper to write on or bikes to ride? Those inventions have made life easier.

Airplane

The Wright Brothers invented the first airplane in December 1903. That makes 2003 the 100th anniversary! Before the airplane was invented, most people traveled by cars, boats, and trains. Today, airplanes help people travel faster. How do airplanes help you?

Telephone

Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876. Before the telephone was invented, people kept in touch by writing letters or talking in person. Today the telephone makes it easier for people to talk to one another. How do telephones help you?

Automobile

The first four-wheeled gas-powered car was invented by Karl Benz in 1891. Before people had cars, they couldn’t travel easily. They walked or rode horses for short trips. They took trains or boats for long trips. Today cars are one of the main ways people travel. How do cars help you?

Computer

People worked for years to make the first computer. It was built in 1946. The first computer was called ENIAC. Today computers are an important part of many people’s lives. People use computers as tools to write, get information, and much more. How do computers help you?

Question: Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876.

A. True

B. False

Dương Minh

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

Inventions That Changes Our World

People have been inventing things for years. Paper was invented about 2,000 years ago. The wheel was invented more than 5,000 years ago. What would life be like without paper to write on or bikes to ride? Those inventions have made life easier.

Airplane

The Wright Brothers invented the first airplane in December 1903. That makes 2003 the 100th anniversary! Before the airplane was invented, most people traveled by cars, boats, and trains. Today, airplanes help people travel faster. How do airplanes help you?

Telephone

Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876. Before the telephone was invented, people kept in touch by writing letters or talking in person. Today the telephone makes it easier for people to talk to one another. How do telephones help you?

Automobile

The first four-wheeled gas-powered car was invented by Karl Benz in 1891. Before people had cars, they couldn’t travel easily. They walked or rode horses for short trips. They took trains or boats for long trips. Today cars are one of the main ways people travel. How do cars help you?

Computer

People worked for years to make the first computer. It was built in 1946. The first computer was called ENIAC. Today computers are an important part of many people’s lives. People use computers as tools to write, get information, and much more. How do computers help you?

Question: The wheel was invented more than 5 thousands years ago.

A. True

B. False

Dương Minh

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

Inventions That Changes Our World

People have been inventing things for years. Paper was invented about 2,000 years ago. The wheel was invented more than 5,000 years ago. What would life be like without paper to write on or bikes to ride? Those inventions have made life easier.

Airplane

The Wright Brothers invented the first airplane in December 1903. That makes 2003 the 100th anniversary! Before the airplane was invented, most people traveled by cars, boats, and trains. Today, airplanes help people travel faster. How do airplanes help you?

Telephone

Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876. Before the telephone was invented, people kept in touch by writing letters or talking in person. Today the telephone makes it easier for people to talk to one another. How do telephones help you?

Automobile

The first four-wheeled gas-powered car was invented by Karl Benz in 1891. Before people had cars, they couldn’t travel easily. They walked or rode horses for short trips. They took trains or boats for long trips. Today cars are one of the main ways people travel. How do cars help you?

Computer

People worked for years to make the first computer. It was built in 1946. The first computer was called ENIAC. Today computers are an important part of many people’s lives. People use computers as tools to write, get information, and much more. How do computers help you?

Question: Before the airplane was invented, people traveled around on foot

A. True

B. False

Dương Minh

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

Inventions That Changes Our World

People have been inventing things for years. Paper was invented about 2,000 years ago. The wheel was invented more than 5,000 years ago. What would life be like without paper to write on or bikes to ride? Those inventions have made life easier.

Airplane

The Wright Brothers invented the first airplane in December 1903. That makes 2003 the 100th anniversary! Before the airplane was invented, most people traveled by cars, boats, and trains. Today, airplanes help people travel faster. How do airplanes help you?

Telephone

Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876. Before the telephone was invented, people kept in touch by writing letters or talking in person. Today the telephone makes it easier for people to talk to one another. How do telephones help you?

Automobile

The first four-wheeled gas-powered car was invented by Karl Benz in 1891. Before people had cars, they couldn’t travel easily. They walked or rode horses for short trips. They took trains or boats for long trips. Today cars are one of the main ways people travel. How do cars help you?

Computer

People worked for years to make the first computer. It was built in 1946. The first computer was called ENIAC. Today computers are an important part of many people’s lives. People use computers as tools to write, get information, and much more. How do computers help you?

Question: People use computers as tools to write, get information.

A. True

B. False

Dương Minh

Choose the letter A, B, C or D to complete the passage below

There is a lot of controversy surrounding the invention __________ (6) the telephone. There have been court cases, books, and articles generated about the subject. Of course, Alexander Graham Bell is the father of the telephone. After all it was his design that was first __________ (7), however, he was not the first inventor to come up __________ (8) the idea of a telephone.

Antonio Meucci, an Italian immigrant, began developing the design of a talking telegraph or telephone __________ (9) 1849. In 1871, he filed a caveat (an announcement of an invention) for his design of a talking telegraph. Due to hardships, Meucci could not renew his caveat. His role in the invention of the telephone was overlooked until the United States House of Representatives __________ (10) a Resolution on June 11, 2002, honoring Meucci's contributions and work. You can read the resolution (107th Congress, H Res 269) on Congress.gov.

To make matters even more interesting some researchers suggest that Elisha Gray, a professor at Oberlin College, applied for a caveat of the telephone on __________ (11) same day Bell applied for his patent of the telephone- these gentlemen didn’t actually visit the Patent Office, their lawyers did __________ (12) their behalf. In Historical First Patents: The First United States Patent for Many Everyday Things (Scarecrow Press, 1994), Travis Brown, reports that Bell’s lawyer got to the patent office first. The date was February 14, 1876. He was the fifth entry of that day, __________ (13) Gray’s lawyer was 39th. Therefore, the U.S. Patent Office ___________ (14) Bell with the first patent for a telephone, US Patent Number 174,465 rather than honor Gray's caveat. _________, (15) some authors dispute this story and suggest that there was malfeasance by certain individuals at Patent Office, and possibly Bell himself.

Question 12:

Aat

B. on

C. for

D. with

Dương Minh

Choose the letter A, B, C or D to complete the passage below

There is a lot of controversy surrounding the invention __________ (6) the telephone. There have been court cases, books, and articles generated about the subject. Of course, Alexander Graham Bell is the father of the telephone. After all it was his design that was first __________ (7), however, he was not the first inventor to come up __________ (8) the idea of a telephone.

Antonio Meucci, an Italian immigrant, began developing the design of a talking telegraph or telephone __________ (9) 1849. In 1871, he filed a caveat (an announcement of an invention) for his design of a talking telegraph. Due to hardships, Meucci could not renew his caveat. His role in the invention of the telephone was overlooked until the United States House of Representatives __________ (10) a Resolution on June 11, 2002, honoring Meucci's contributions and work. You can read the resolution (107th Congress, H Res 269) on Congress.gov.

To make matters even more interesting some researchers suggest that Elisha Gray, a professor at Oberlin College, applied for a caveat of the telephone on __________ (11) same day Bell applied for his patent of the telephone- these gentlemen didn’t actually visit the Patent Office, their lawyers did __________ (12) their behalf. In Historical First Patents: The First United States Patent for Many Everyday Things (Scarecrow Press, 1994), Travis Brown, reports that Bell’s lawyer got to the patent office first. The date was February 14, 1876. He was the fifth entry of that day, __________ (13) Gray’s lawyer was 39th. Therefore, the U.S. Patent Office ___________ (14) Bell with the first patent for a telephone, US Patent Number 174,465 rather than honor Gray's caveat. _________, (15) some authors dispute this story and suggest that there was malfeasance by certain individuals at Patent Office, and possibly Bell himself.

Question 10:

A. pass

B. passed

C. passing

D. to pass

Dương Minh

Choose the letter A, B, C or D to complete the passage below

There is a lot of controversy surrounding the invention __________ (6) the telephone. There have been court cases, books, and articles generated about the subject. Of course, Alexander Graham Bell is the father of the telephone. After all it was his design that was first __________ (7), however, he was not the first inventor to come up __________ (8) the idea of a telephone.

Antonio Meucci, an Italian immigrant, began developing the design of a talking telegraph or telephone __________ (9) 1849. In 1871, he filed a caveat (an announcement of an invention) for his design of a talking telegraph. Due to hardships, Meucci could not renew his caveat. His role in the invention of the telephone was overlooked until the United States House of Representatives __________ (10) a Resolution on June 11, 2002, honoring Meucci's contributions and work. You can read the resolution (107th Congress, H Res 269) on Congress.gov.

To make matters even more interesting some researchers suggest that Elisha Gray, a professor at Oberlin College, applied for a caveat of the telephone on __________ (11) same day Bell applied for his patent of the telephone- these gentlemen didn’t actually visit the Patent Office, their lawyers did __________ (12) their behalf. In Historical First Patents: The First United States Patent for Many Everyday Things (Scarecrow Press, 1994), Travis Brown, reports that Bell’s lawyer got to the patent office first. The date was February 14, 1876. He was the fifth entry of that day, __________ (13) Gray’s lawyer was 39th. Therefore, the U.S. Patent Office ___________ (14) Bell with the first patent for a telephone, US Patent Number 174,465 rather than honor Gray's caveat. _________, (15) some authors dispute this story and suggest that there was malfeasance by certain individuals at Patent Office, and possibly Bell himself.

Question 6:

A. of

B. to

C. with

D. for

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