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    I. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR
    Part 1 : Supply the correct verb tense.
    Last week I (walk)(1) .................................. home after playing tennis when it (start)(2).............................. raining very heavily. "Oh, no. I (get)(3) ............................... soaked before I (reach)(4).................................home." I thought " I wish I (remember)(5) ...................... to bring my raincoat." But unfortunately I (leave)(6) ............................... it at home. " How stupid of me! I always (get)(7) ................................... to bring it with me." Luckily just then a friend of mine passed in her car and offered me a lift. "(You go)(8) .................................. home? she asked me, "or (you want)(9) ..................................... to go for a drink?" " I think I'd rather you (take)(10) ................................... me home." I said.
    Part 2: Complete each sentence with a phrase from box A followed by a phrase from box B. Do not use any phrase more than once.
    A B
    clear up
    keep on advertising
    picked out
    rush into
    ring you back
    burst into tears
    is getting on well
    will be taking off
    got over
    brought him up
    as she waved goodbye.
    when I get home.
    anything
    in his new job.
    her tragic loss.
    until we find someone suitable.
    on her farm in Cornwall.
    in two hours' time
    the best display.
    his room before doing his homework
    1. I'll ...............................................................................................................................................

    2. The plane ...................................................................................................................................
    3. The boy was told to ...................................................................................................................
    4. Tom's grandmother ....................................................................................................................
    5. It was a long time before she ...................................................................................................
    6. John ............................................................................................................................................
    7. We'll have to ..............................................................................................................................
    8. The competition judges ..............................................................................................................
    9. Daisy ..........................................................................................................................................
    10. Think about it. Don't ................................................................................................................
    II. READING

    Part 1: Read the following passages carefully, then choose the ONE best answer to each question
    Passage 1:

    At the age of sixty-five, Laura Ingalls Wilder began writing a series of novels for young people based on her early experiences on the American frontier(linh vuc) . Born in the state of Wiscosin in 1867, she and her family were rugged (khó nhọc) pioneers(người đi đầu) . Seeking(theo đuổi ) better farm land, they went by covered wagon(xe ngựa) to Missouri in 1869, then on to Kansas the next year, returning to Wisconsin in 1871, and traveling on to Minnesota and Lowa before settling(bố trí) permanently(cố định) in South Dakota in 1879. Because of this continuing moving, Wilder's early education took place sporadically(không thương xuyên) in a succession of one-room schools. From age thirteen to sixteen she attended school more regularly although she never graduated.
    At the age of eighteen, she married Almanzo James Wilder. They bought a small farm in the Ozarks, where they remained for the rest of their lives. Their only daughter, Rose, who had become a nationally known journalist, encouraged her mother to write. Serving as agent and editor, Rose negotiated(đàm phán thương lượng) with Harper's to publish her mother's first book, Little House on the Big Woods. Seven more books followed, each chronicling her early life on the plains. Written from the perspective(triển vọng, tiền đồ) of a child, they have remained popular with young readers from many nations. Twenty years after her death in 1957, more than 20 million copies had been sold, and they had been translated into fourteen languages. In 1974, a weekly television series, "Little House on the Prairie ", was produced based on the stories from the Wilder books.
    1. What is the main topic of the passage?
    A. American pioneer life B. Children's literature
    C. A weekly television series D. Wilder' s career
    2. Laura Ingalls Wilder began writing novels
    A. when she was a child on the frontier B. right after she moved to the Ozarks
    C. when she was a young mother D. after her sixty-fifth birthday
    3. The author mentions all of the following events in the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder EXCEPT
    A. She went west by covered wagon B. She graduated from a one-room school
    C. She married Almanzo Wilder D. She had one daughter
    4. Wilder's early education took place
    A. with great success B. for a long time
    C. at irregular intervals D. in a very efficient way
    5. Written from the perspective of a child, they have remained popular... THEY refers to
    A. the plains B. many nations C. more books D. young readers
    6. It can be referred from the passage that
    A. Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote scripts for the television series.
    B. the Wilders were not happy living in the Ozarks.
    C. Wilder's daughter was not a successful writer.
    D. the Wilders books have a universal appeal.
    7. Laura Ingalls Wilder died in
    A. 1967 B. 1957 C. 1947 D. 1977
    8. Laura Ingalls Wilder's family lived forever in South Dakota since
    A. 1867 B. 1869 C. 1879 D. the age of 65
    Passage 2:
    As trees grow old they add a new ring for each year, this discovery, it seems, was first made by Leonardo da Vinci, the famous Italian painter and scientist. It took a long time, however, before the serious study of tree rings started; this was done in Arizona by Andrew Ellicott Douglas.
    Douglas developed a simple technique for dating trees called cross-dating and for a period of over twenty years continued the study of tree rings. He spent much of his time in logging camps near Flagstaff.
    The Douglas method has been used by many scientists. Some of them used it to examine logs in Indian pueblo ruins; they were able to date the buildings right back to the tenth century. Others used it to date the world's oldest living trees, the bristlecone pines.
    1. What can be inferred from the first paragraph?
    A. Leonardo made many discoveries.
    B. Leonardo was famous as a painter
    C. Leonardo was interested in the aging process
    D. Leonardo became famous because of his tree ring discovery.
    2. What also can be inferred from the first paragraph?
    A. Leonardo started the serious study of tree rings.
    B. Leonardo's discovery was not developed for many years.
    C. Tree rings were studied in Arizona for a long time after Leonardo.
    D. Douglas was a famous Arizona scientist.
    3. What can be inferred from the second paragraph?
    A. The term cross-dating was invented by Douglas.
    B. An uncomplicated method of tree-dating was discovered by Douglas.
    C. It took Douglas 20 years to developed a tree-dating technique.
    D. The technique of cross-dating was developed near Flagstaff.
    4. What also can be inferred from the second paragraph?
    A. Logging camps are good places for studying tree rings.
    B. Douglas spent 20 years near Flagstaff.
    C. Douglas spent most of his life studying tree rings.
    D. There are courses for studying tree rings near Flagstaff.
    5. What can be inferred from the last paragraph?
    A. The Douglas method has been used since the 10th century.
    B. Indians used the Douglas method to examine loggs.
    C. The earliest known trees can be dated by the Douglas method.
    D. Indians used bristlecone pines to construct their buildings
    6. What can be inferred from the last paragraph?
    A. American Indians lived in the region investigated nearly a thousand years ago.
    B. The Douglas method can be used to date all the 10th century ruins.
    C. Scientists dated the bristlecone pine to the 10th century.
    D. The Indian pueblo ruins were not as old as the bristlecone pines.
    7. What was involved in the passage?
    A. Leonardo spent much of his time in logging camps near Flagstaff.
    B. Leonardo spent much of his time in logging.
    C. Leonardo spent much of his time in examining logs.
    D. None is correct.
    Part 2: Fill in each numbered space with ONE suitable word
    Six years ago when I was a student, I was (1)........................... of money. So once a week I (2) ................... to go home to see my parents and get a decent meal. Although I had a good relationship with my mother, I never got (3) ......................... well with my father. I could never live up to his high expectations of me. One day I did a (4)........................ terrible thing. I stole some money from him. I asked him if he (5)..................... lend me ten pounds. He refused saying he had (6)...................... given me enough and it was (7) ...................... I became more responsible with money. You know what it is like (8)...............................a student. I'd run out of money and wanted to take a girl out. When he refused I (9) ....................... him of being mean. and we had a terrible row. He left the house and I was (10) ...................... angry that I stole ten pounds from his wallet.
    When he (11) ..................... out that the money was gone, he (12) ............................ who had (13) .................... it and banned me from the house. (14) ......................... then I have returned but he has never really forgiven me and still (15) ........................ down on me for (16) .................... I did. My mother is very upset and I really (17) ........................ to work towards creating a happy relationship with my father for (18) ......................... own sakes. Half of me wants to say: " Sorry, Dad" while (19)...................... other half still thinks he is ridiculous (20)................. having kept this attitude up for so long.
    III. WRITING
    Part 1: Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence.

    1. In the briefcase you will find a map, a file and a calculator.
    The briefcase..........................................................................................................
    2. Pierre emigrated to Brazil in 1991 and is still there.
    Pierre has ...............................................................................................................
    3. Are you sure that jacket is the right size for you?
    Does that jacket ....................................................................................................?
    4. There may be some delay in obtaining the permit.
    Perhaps there .........................................................................................................
    5. I gave Ted the message, but he already knew about it.
    I needn't ..................................................................................................................
    6. He is a fascinating lecturer because he knows a lot about his subject.
    His wide .................................................................................................................
    7. I'd prefer you to sign the contract without any further delay.
    I'd rather ................................................................................................................
    8. Lola said she was sorry she had not attended the meeting.
    Lola apologized for ................................................................................................
    9. We know that feudalism lasted for hundreds of years in Europe.
    Feudalism ...............................................................................................................
    10. I was very sorry I wasn't able to see him off at the station.
    If only .....................................................................................................................
    Part 2: In most lines of this text there is one unnecessary word. It is either grammatically wrong or does not make sense. Write the unnecessary words on the spaces on the right. Tick (ü) any lines that are correct.
    In the United Kingdom women can see 1.................................
    their doctor on the average five times a 2................................
    year, compared with a men who visit 3.................................
    their doctor about three times a year. 4.................................
    Two out of three women leave from their 5................................
    GP's surgery clutching a prescription. Yet 6................................
    women have been taking tablets without 7................................
    knowing that what effect they may have on 8................................
    their bodies, because of a scientific anomaly – 9...............................
    the most drugs are tested on the men. In addition, 10.............................
    there are well-known examples of the way drugs 11.............................
    and other substances should work differently 12.............................
    in women. The different balance of the fat and 13.............................
    muscle in men's and women's bodies affects to 14.............................
    the speed with which alcohol is absorbed and 15.............................
    broken down, for example. It is being predicted 16............................
    that natural remedies will continue to gain 17.............................
    in the popularity as women, in particular, are 18.............................
    become more aware of the possible side-effects 19.............................
    of which the powerful drugs currently being prescribed 20.............................
    ĐÁP ÁN
    I. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR
    Part 1.
    1. was walking 3. will get 5. had remembered 7. am always getting 9. do you want
    2. started 4. reach 6. had left 8. Are you going 10. took
    Part 2.

    1. I'll ring you back when I get home.
    2. The plane will be taking off in two hours' time.
    3. The boy was told to clear up his room before doing his homework.
    4. Tom's grandmother brought him up on her farm in Cornwall.
    5. It was along time before she got over her tragic loss.
    6. John is getting on well in his new job.
    7. We'll have to keep on advertising until we find someone suitable.
    8. The competition judges picked out the best display.
    9. Daisy burst into tears as she waved goodbye.
    10. Think about it. Don't rush into anything.
    II. READING: 35 points
    Passage 1.
    (8 points)
    Q #12345678
    KeyDDBCCDBC
    Passage 2. (7 points)
    Q #1234567
    Key CBBACBD
    Part 3.
    1. short 4. very 7. time 10. so 13. done 16. what 19. the
    2. had 5. could 8. being 11. found 14. since 17. try 20. in
    3. on 6. already 9. accused 12. knew 15. looked 18. our
    III. WRITING

    1. In the briefcase you will find a map, a file and a calculator.
    The briefcase..........................................................................................................
    1. The briefcase contains a map, a file and a calculator.
    2. Pierre emigrated to Brazil in 1991 and is still there.
    Pierre has ...............................................................................................................
    2. Pierre has been living/lived in Brazil since 1991.
    3. Are you sure that jacket is the right size for you?
    Does that jacket ....................................................................................................?
    3. Does that jacket really fit you?
    4. There may be some delay in obtaining the permit.
    Perhaps there .........................................................................................................
    4. Perhaps there will be some delay in obtaining the permit.
    5. I gave Ted the message, but he already knew about it.
    I needn't ..................................................................................................................
    5. I needn't have given Ted the message because he already knew about it.
    6. He is a fascinating(hấp dẫn, lôi cuốn ) lecturer because he knows a lot about his subject.
    His wide .................................................................................................................
    6. His wide knowledge of his subject makes him/means he is a fascinating lecturer.
    7. I'd rather you signed the contract without any further delay.
    I'd rather ................................................................................................................
    7. I'd prefer you to sign the contract without any further delay.
    8. Lola said she was sorry she had not attended the meeting.
    Lola apologized for ................................................................................................
    8. Lola apologized for not attending/ having attended the meeting.
    9. We know that feudalism lasted for hundreds of years in Europe.
    Feudalism ...............................................................................................................
    9. Feudalism is known to have lasted for hundreds of years in Europe.
    10. I was very sorry I wasn't able to see him off at the station.
    If only .....................................................................................................................
    10. If only I had been able to see him off at the station.
    Part 2. (20 points)
    1...can......................... 11.... ......................
    2....the......................... 12.....should..............
    3....a............................ 13.....the....................
    . 4.... ......................... 14.....to......................
    5....from...................... 15.........................
    6............................... 16.....being................
    7............................... 17...........................
    8....that.......................... 18.....the.....................
    9.............................. 19....are......................
    10...the........................ 20....which.................
     
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