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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.

1.      A. passed             B. watched                  C. played                             D. washed

2.      A. proofs             B. books                      C. points                              D. days

3.      A. encourage        B. proud                     C. enough                 D. young           

Mark the letter A, B, c, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

4. A. reflection                B. division                   C. industry                        D. remember   

5. A. interviewer           B. concentrate             C. comfortable                 D. technology

B. VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR

Mark the letter A, B, c, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 

6.  He _______________ in the cafe when she came.

    A. sat                 B. has sat                     C. has been sitting               D. was sitting   

7. All of us were _____________ that he came first. He hasn’t been working hard so far.

    A. surprising             B. to surprise               C. surprised                 D. to be surprised 

8. She _______________ up some Spanish when she was living in Mexico.

    A. took                      B. looked                    C. picked                                 D. learnt

9. The boy _______________ eyes are brown is my friend.

    A. whose                             B. who                        C. whom                D. which

10. Get me some stamps, ____________________?

    A. have you                    B. will you                  C. do you                     D. don’t you      

11. There is no _____________ for us to call and tell him what he should have done.

 A. necessity                B. necessary                C. necessarily                  D. necessitate

12. Where is Huong?  ~ She’s out. She said she ____________ back soon.

    A. is                         B. was                         C. came                           D. would be    

13. By the time their babies arrive, the Johnsons hope _______ painting the nursery.

   A. have finished               B. finished                   C. to finish                D. finish

14. This is __________ the most difficult job I have ever tackled.
   A. by rights                         B. by all means            C. by far                 D. by the way 

15. ________________ she’s young, she’s the most famous artisan in the village.

 A. When            B. Although                C. Whereas                              D. In order to

16. I _____________ my former teacher for over 10 years..
   A. won’t see                B. didn’t see                C. haven’t seen                 D. don’t see 

17.  If people drove more carefully, there _________ fewer accidents.
A. would have been                B. would be                 C. will be                D. would been 

18. The thief denied ________________ my camera.
A. taken           B. to take                     C. take                                     D. taking

19. Is English a(n) _______________ language in your country?

  A. mother                              B. official                    C. living                                  D. old

20. The book ___________ Amelie is reading now is about the Big Bang theory.

  A. which                     B. who                        C. where                                 D. what

21. The good news is more money _____________ on education in the next five years.

A. will spend              B. will be spent           C. spends                        D. is spent

22.  Mary: “What about having a drink?’            

Alan: “________________.”
A. Me too                B. Good idea               C. Go ahead, please            D. Help yourself

23. - “I was worried about Chemistry, but Mr Brown gave me an A!” 

     - “__________________” 

A. Don’t worry about it. 

B. Congratulations! That’s a difficult course. 

C. Mr Brown is a very good teacher. 

D. Good luck to you! 

Mark the letter A, B, c, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. 

24. It is imperative that they arrive on time for the lecture. They mustn’t be late. 

  A. necessary              B. suggested                C. hoped                   D. intended 

Mark the letter A, B, c, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. 

25. These shoes are made of imitation leather, so they are not expensive. 

A. natural                                B. valuable                  C. man-made                   D. cheap 

Mark the letter A, B, c, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions. 

26. Even though being ill, Phong still went to school last Monday.      

         A                         B                       C                             D

27. My brother enjoys to read detective stories in his free time. 

                           A             B                      C           D

28. It is say that he speaks English very well. 

             A      B          C                             D

29. He had so many homework that he could not go to the movies.  

 A        B                                            C                       D

30. Have you ever met the student is standing over there?   

                       A            B               C                 D

C. READING

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, c, or D to indicate the correct word that best fits each of the numbered blanks. 

In England, there is a traditional belief that whoever first arrives at the threshold of the household will bring good luck to the family for the coming year. The tradition is (31) _______ ‘First Footing’. As part of ‘First Footing’ tradition, English people pray for a young, healthy, handsome, and dark-haired male to be their first footer of the New Year. A woman, a blonde, or a red-colored person is not welcome for the day, (32) _______they are considered to bring bad luck for the entire year. 

Moreover, if that person carries coal, money, bread, salt, or holy mistletoe with him, then it is considered to be a (33) _______ of good luck and prosperity for the rest of the year. Traditionally, the first footer is meant to follow certain customs and traditions. One of them is that the first footer (34) _______always enter the house from the front door, and exit from the back door. Also, the first footer should place the fuel (as carried along) on the fire, should place the loaf on the table, and should (35) _______water on the head of the householder. Tradition also calls for gifting of the mistletoe by the visitor to any household member. 

31. A. called                            B. known                     C. thought                   D. believed 

32. A. although                       B. yet                           C. whereas                  D. as 

33. A. notice                           B. sign                         C. warning                  D. coming 

34. A. may                              B. would                     C. should                     D. could 

35. A. flow                              B. flood                       C. pour                        D. empty 

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, c, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. 

The price of holidays can fluctuate a great deal throughout the year, so you can save a lot if you are flexible with your travel dates and avoid peak holiday times. It can be also cheaper if you book well in advance. Before your departure, make sure you get as much information about your destination as you can. Find out if you require any special visas or permits to travel there. Think about spending money as well. Will you be able to access your own money easily enough or will you need to take cash with you? Think about eating larger lunches and smaller evening meals to help your money go further, as lunch is generally cheaper. Make sure that you keep sufficient identification with you at all times. It may also help to email a copy of your passport details to yourself, 

in case it is lost or stolen. Label your suitcases clearly so that they can be easily identified as yours. It can be useful to store a copy of your itinerary in a prominent place in your suitcase so that the airline will know where to find you if your luggage gets lost. Be sure to pack any medication or other essential items in your hand luggage. If your flight is delayed, or your luggage is lost, these can be difficult to obtain in an airport or foreign country.

36. Which can be the best title for the passage?

A. Travel procedures                                      B. Travel advice

C. How to adjust travel dates                         D. Protect your luggage

37. Which one of these is NOT advisable according to the passage?

A. Research your destination                         B. Always bring identification

C. Apply for visas if necessary                       D. Save money by cutting out dinner

38. According to the passage, your luggage should be ___________.

A. stored in a safe place                                  B. tagged in case of being lost

C. packed with your passport                         D. painted a bright colour

39. The underlined word ‘it’ refers to your ___________.

A. identification          B. luggage                   C. passport