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VII. Mark the letter A, B, c, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.61. We travelled away from (A) the city and towards (B) the countryside where several classical houses (C) caught our eyes (D).62. My brother is an archaeologist who has been (A) travelling around the world on search of (B) historical (C) remains (D).63. The chauffeur (A) who was hired to drive Mr Williams around daily (B) was reprimanded (C) for not picking him (D) on time.

64. The students are told solving (A) the same type of sums many times to ensure (B) that they able (C) to do them correctly when they encounter (D) them.

65. Today’s farmers have increased (A) milk production greatly (B) through improved (C) methods of breeding, feeding, and manage (D) dairy cattle.

66. Despite of (A) many attempts to introduce a (B) universal language, not ably (C) Esperanto and idiom Neutral, the effort has met with very little success (D).

67. The modem detective story, in which (A) a detective solves a crime (B) by discovering and interpretation (C) evidence is considered to have (D) originated with Edgar Allan Poe’s “The murders in the Rue Morgue” in 1841.68. Orchestrating musical (A) works requires a understanding (B) of the range and characteristics (C) of each instrument (D).

69. The black leopard is very (A) dark that its spots (B) are (C) difficult to see (D).

70. The astronomy (A) is the oldest science (B), but it continues (C) to be at (D) the forefront of scientific thought.

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VII. Mark the letter A, B, c, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.

61. We travelled away from (A) the city and towards (B) the countryside where several classical houses (C) ⇒ rustic houses caught our eyes (D).

62. My brother is an archaeologist who has been (A) travelling around the world on search of (B) ⇒ in search of historical (C) remains (D).

63. The chauffeur (A) who was hired to drive Mr Williams around daily (B) was reprimanded (C) for not picking him (D) ⇒ picking him up on time.

64. The students are told solving (A) ⇒ to solve the same type of sums many times to ensure (B) that they able (C) to do them correctly when they encounter (D) them.

65. Today’s farmers have increased (A) milk production greatly (B) through improved (C) methods of breeding, feeding, and manage (D) ⇒ managing dairy cattle.

66. Despite of (A) ⇒ Despite many attempts to introduce a (B) universal language, not ably (C) Esperanto and idiom Neutral, the effort has met with very little success (D).

67. The modem detective story, in which (A) a detective solves a crime (B) by discovering and interpretation (C) ⇒ interpreting evidence is considered to have (D) originated with Edgar Allan Poe’s “The murders in the Rue Morgue” in 1841.

68. Orchestrating musical (A) works requires a understanding (B) ⇒ an understanding of the range and characteristics (C) of each instrument (D).

69. The black leopard is very (A) ⇒ so dark that its spots (B) are (C) difficult to see (D).

70. The astronomy (A) ⇒ Astronomy is the oldest science (B), but it continues (C) to be at (D) the forefront of scientific thought.

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VII. Mark the letter A, B, c, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.

61. We travelled away from (A) the city and towards (B) the countryside where several classical houses (C) caught our eyes (D).

62. My brother is an archaeologist who has been (A) travelling around the world on search of (B) historical (C) remains (D).

63. The chauffeur (A) who was hired to drive Mr Williams around daily (B) was reprimanded (C) for not picking him (D) on time.

64. The students are told solving (A) the same type of sums many times to ensure (B) that they able (C) to do them correctly when they encounter (D) them.

65. Today’s farmers have increased (A) milk production greatly (B) through improved (C) methods of breeding, feeding, and manage (D) dairy cattle.

66. Despite of (A) many attempts to introduce a (B) universal language, not ably (C) Esperanto and idiom Neutral, the effort has met with very little success (D).

67. The modem detective story, in which (A) a detective solves a crime (B) by discovering and interpretation (C) evidence is considered to have (D) originated with Edgar Allan Poe’s “The murders in the Rue Morgue” in 1841.

68. Orchestrating musical (A) works requires a understanding (B) of the range and characteristics (C) of each instrument (D).

69. The black leopard is very (A) dark that its spots (B) are (C) difficult to see (D).

70. The astronomy (A) is the oldest science (B), but it continues (C) to be at (D) the forefront of scientific thought.

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A. raising B. growing C. gaining D. rising 59. After ________ to make a speech at the ceremony, John stayed up late to write it down. A. telling B. having told C. being told D. has told 60. The dentist told him to open it mouth _________. A. broad B. ide ư C. broadly D. idely ư 61. Venice, ________ has o lot of old houses built on water, is a city in Italy. A. where B. which C. that D. whose 62. Twenty miles _________ a long way to walk. A. are B. was C. is D. were 63. The children enjoy ________ soccer after school. A. to play B. play C. played D. playing 64. Jenny said that she had to leave ________. A. the following day B. tonight C. this afternoon D. now 65. My sister has just bought a small house ________ of the town. A. in the district B. in the edge C. in the suburb D. on the outskirts 66. She forgot ________ off the gas before going out. A. turning B. to turn C. turn D. turned 67. My youngest brother always wanted to be an actor when she ________ up. 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She could find the book _______ at the library_______ at the bookstore. A. rather/than B.so/as C. such/as D. neither/nor 77. After I _______ the grass, it _______ to rain. A. have water/ will begin B. water/ began C. had watered/ began D. had watered/ will have begun 78. He is the most effective _______ in the city. A. action B. act C. activist D. activity 79. I am _______ of making excuses for your rudeness to our friends. A. annoyed B. worried C. tired D. angry 80. Please don’t disturb me _______ there is something urgent. A. if B. or C. otherwise D. unless
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I. Write the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 1. How long have you been looking for____________? A. employee 2. To____________ photography professionally requires a lot of skills. A. do B. make C. commit 3. We made her an excellent offer, but she____________ it. A. turned B. rejected C. accepted B. employer C. employment D. employ D. carry D. denied 4. That old building is going to be____________ and a new library will be built in its place. A. pushed off B. pulled down C. pushed in D. pulled through 5. You are not allowed to bring coffee into the examination room, ____________? A. do you B. aren’t you C. don’t you D. are you 6. When we met that day in Paris, I didn’t know that he was married____________ Barbara. A. with 7. This is____________ the most difficult job I have ever tackled. A. by far B. by the way C. by all means B. to C. in D. of D. by rights 8. ____________ about gene-related diseases has increased is welcome news. A. Scientific knowledge C. Through scientific knowledge B. It was scientific knowledge D. That scientific knowledge 9. Members of the rock group were asked to modify their behavior____________ leave the hotel. A. or else B. unless C. lest D. in case 10. He___________ to the doctor after the accident, but he continued to play instead. A. should have gone C. needn’t have gone B. shouldn’t have gone D. must have gone 11. Richard has invited Ann to his study group tonight, but she has refused. What would Richard be most likely to say in response to Ann’s refusal? Ann: “I’m afraid I can’t go tonight. I’m just not in the mood for it!” Richard: “____________________!” A. Off you go B. You are out C. Suit yourself D. Good for you 12. ____________ to the Senate than he began to face some of the realities of being a U.S. senator. A. No sooner had Obama been elected C. No sooner had Obama elected B. No sooner Obama had been elected D. No sooner Obama had elected 13. Vietnam’s renowned rocker Tran Lap, ____________ died of cancer on 17 March 2016, will be honored with a posthumous medal for his contribution to the country’s music industry. A. that 14. ____________ his brother, Tom is active and friendly. A. Dislike B. Alike C. Unlike B. who C. whom D. whose D. Liking 15. Through generations, despite many____________, some Huong Canh families have successfully preserved their traditional job of clay pot and tile making. A. out and about 16. ____________ awful coffee she makes! A. What B. What a B. odds and ends C. ins and outs C. How a D. ups and downs D. How 17. I told them to keep quiet but they continued____________ a noise. A. to make B. making C. to do D. doing 18. We are going to stay with____________. A. a relative of we B. relative of us C. a relative of ours D. one of our relatives' 19. Regular exercise and good diet will bring____________ fitness and health. A. about B. up C. to D. from 20. Mike: “I have bought you a toy. Happy birthday to you!” Jane: “____________________” A. The same to you. B. Have a nice day! C. What a pity! D. What a lovely toy! Thanks.

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