Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.
A. processor B. congestion
C. tourism D. assignment
A. determine B. versatile
C. dynamite D. profile
A. fabric B. laptop
C. patent D. imitate
Choose the word whose stress is placed differently from that of the others.
A. disabled B. invalid
C. obvious D. creative
A. swimming pool B.beef tomato
C. bus stop D. sunrise
A. volunteer B. engineer
C. committee D. referee
II. VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR
Choose the best option to complete the following sentences.
Question 7. Do you want a powerful iPad or a ………………… one – the iPad Air or the iPad Mini?
A. carrying B. portable
C. porter D. travelling
Question 8. The boat rudder was first invented to steer large ships which ………………. the Chinese to build huge ships as early as 200 AD.
A. made B. let
C.enabled D. kept
Question 9. The Tesla Coil is used…………………….extremely powerful electrical fields.
A. to create B. to solve
C. to offer D. to permit
Question 10. As a volunteer, you participate in helping our society…………………..the needs of people from all walks of life.
A. require B. meet
C. see D. catch
Question 11. The school has no……….for the teaching of music.
A. facilities B. services
C. prevalence D. utensils
Question 12. My uncle has just bought a table made of glass and steel. I have never seen such a modern thing like that before.
A. broken B. deplorable
C. low-tech D. high-tech
Question 13. If you can do something to help others, you will find your life.............. .
A. meaningful B. meaningless
C. helpless D. interested
Question 14. Jane is a wonderful singer. Her mother tells me that she ……………….professionally since she was four.
A. has been sung B. was singing
C. is singing D. has been singing
Question 15. He ………… off alone a month ago, and ………… of since.
A. set/ hasn’t been heard
B. was setting/hasn’t heard
C. set/ hasn’t heard
D. was setting/ hadn’t been heard
Question 16. Engineers…………..the finished bionic contact lenses on rabbits for up to twenty minutes
A. have yet tested
B. have already tested
C. have performed
D. have done
Question 17. Eastman Kodak Company ………………… many OLED equipped products since 1987
A. produces B.produced
C. is produced D. has produced
Question 18. People join and volunteer……………………they believe the cause is right, and this is the highest level of motivation.
A. or B. because
C. so D. but
Question 19. 3-D printing………………….complex tools and components.
A. uses for producing
B. uses to produce
C. is used for production
D. is used to produce
Question 20. Lan: “How do you find Hanoi? - Justin: “_____________”
A. Are you liveing here?
B. I got a map from the tourist ofice.
C. It’s a beautiful city.
D. Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 21. The shopkeeper warned the boys don’t lean their bicycles against his window.
A. The B. don’t
C. their D. against
Question 22. Each of the nurses report to the operating room when his or her name is called.
A. of the B. report
C. her name D. called
Rewrite the following sentences, using the given words below.
Question 23. I think you should travel by bus.
⟹ I want you ...............................
Question 24. This work is really tiring. We can’t stand it.
⟹ We are very ..............................
Question 25. Somebody cleans the room every day.
⟹ The room..................................
Fill in each blank with one word below. There are more words than blanks.
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If the steam engine mobilized industry, the automobile mobolized people. While ideas for personal vehicles had been around for years. Karl’s Benz’ 1885 Motorwagen, powered by an (26) combustion engine of his own design, is widely considered the first automobile. Henry Ford’ improvementsin the production precess – and (27) marketing – brought the price and the desire for owning an auto into the reach of most Americans. Europe soon followed.
The automobile effects on commerce, society and culture is hard to (28) . Most of us can jump into our car and go wherever we want whenever we want, effectively (29) the size of any community to the distance we’re willing to drive to shop or visit friends. Our cities are largely designed and built around automobile access, with paved roads and parking lots taking up huge amounts of space and a big chunk of our goverments’s (30) . The auto industry has fueled enormous economic growth worldwide, but it’s also generated a lot of pollution.
Reading the following passage and do the tasks below.
It's important for people to eat as much as they need to give them energy. If they eat too little food or the wrong food they won't have enough energy. If they eat too much, they will need to make more exercise; otherwise they will put on weight. When we eat the correct quantity of food for the exercise we take, we call this the energy balance.
Fat is very high in calories, and so is no help at all in keeping energy balance. Fat has also been linked with heart disease, and many experts believe that eating less would help to reduce it.
Sugar isn't good for the energy balance either. The only value of the diet is to provide energy, and you can get that from other foods. There's no doubt that too much sugar makes you fat and it doesn't do your teeth much good either.
Fibre, on the other hand is something that we eat too little of. One of the simplest ways of eating more fibre is to eat more bread, particularly whole meal, granary, or high fibre bread. It's a good, cheap source of fibre and nutrients without too many calories. Potatoes are good, too. Like bread, they are underrated, but they're excellent for filling you up without making you fat, especially if you don't cover them with butter or fry them in fat.
So eat less fatty food (sweets, chocolate, cakes pudding, jam) and eat more fibre foods (bread, potatoes, pasta, fresh fruit and vegetables).
Are these sentences true or false? Justify.
Question 31. People won't need to make exercise if they eat too much.
Question 32. When people eat too much they put on weight.
Question 33. Eating less fat would cause heart attacks.
Question 34. Sugar provides energy, but it causes obesity.
Question 35. Fibre foods are good for the energy balance.
Listen carefully and fill in each blank with NO MORE THAN TWO word.
Where would we be without muscles? Probably a mess on the floor. Muscles are pretty interesting things. Everybody has lots of them. Some people (36) them better than others. (37) want to have really big muscles. The bigger the better. They spend hours in the gym (38) to make their muscles as big as they can. (39) work on the specific muscles they need for their sport. If you look at a hundred-metre runner, you’ll notice they have large shoulder and arm muscles. This is so they can (40) when they run. An interesting thing about muscles is that it takes more face muscles to frown than it does to smile. This means smiling uses less energy, so we should do it more.
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Question 23. I want you to travel by bus.
Question 24. We are very tired to do this work.
Question 25. The room is cleaned every day.
Question 36. look after
Question 37. Bodybuilders
Question 38. lifting weights
Question 39. Athletes
Question 40. power ahead