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ĐỀ CƯƠNG ÔN TẬP - HỌC KỲ II

MÔN: TIẾNG ANH - LỚP 11 - NÂNG CAO


I - TOPICS:

1. Nature in Danger

2. Sources of Energy

3. The Asian Grames

4. Hobbies

5. Entertainment

6. Space Conquest

7. The Wonders of the World

8. An English Speaking World

II – WORD STUDY:

- Suffix –al

- Word formation with bio-

- Compound nouns formed from phrasal verbs

- Word derivation



- Words related to entertainment

- Compound nouns

- Compound adjectives

- Words related to people and cities





III - GRAMMAR:

- Reduced relative clauses

- Relative clauses with prepositions

- Omission of relative pronouns

- Cleft sentences (active & passive)

- Conjunctions: both … and …, not only … but also, either … or, neither … nor, both


- Agreement of subject and verb

- Can / Could / be able to



- It / he is said that …

- Comment tags / comment clauses and question tags

- Conditional sentences




IV - WRTING


- Describing tables – comparison and contrast

- Writing about places

- Writing a report

- Writing about hobbies

- Writing about holiday activities

- Writing biography

- Writing a report about a famous place



Các dạng bài tập

LEXICO-GRAMMAR

Part 1. Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words by circling its corresponding letter A, B, C or D.

1. A. chime B. chimney C. children D. scheme

2. A. mice B. minus C. mince D. crime

3. A. leather B. feature C. feather D. measure

4. A. lamps B. bananas C. computers D. apples

5. A. humor B. honor C. horror D. horse


Part 2: Choose ONE word or phrase which best completes each sentence. Circle its corresponding letter A, B, C, or D to indicate your answer.

1. It’s a lovely day, but I do not ________ staying at home with you.

A. mind B. care C. like D. bother

2. ________ staying up late, she got up early next morning.

A. Because B. In spite of C. Although D. Though

3. I prefer reading books ________ playing with computers.

A. than B. over C. to D. with

4. Last year, Matt earned ____________ his brother, who has a better position.

A. twice as much as B. twice as many as C. twice more than D. twice as more as

5. If you ________ to my advice in the first place, you wouldn’t be in the mess right now.

A. listen B. are listening C. have listened D. listened

6. The letter he wrote was full ________ mistakes.

A. with B. on C. of D. in

7. I like standing on the top of skyscrapers. I’m so ________ of heights.

A. fond B. interested C. excited D. keen

8. She is a very honest person. I don’t think she is capable ________ telling a lie.

A. to B. of C. with D. about

9. I’m not accustomed________ living in the big city.

A. about B. with C. to D. for

10. I certainly hope that David is aware ________ all the problems involved.

A. for B. up C. to D. of

11. Lan doesn’t spend much money ________ clothes.

A. over B. about C. at D. on

12. The third Asian Indoor Games kicked ________ in Vietnam on October 30, 2009 with the participation of about 4.000 athletes and coaches, 800 referees and 2.000 reporters from 40 countries and territories.

A. about B. up C. off D. out

13. Last week, our class went to Ha Long Bay for a picnic, ________ made us very happy then.

A. which B. that C. it D. of which

14. ________ hard he tried, he couldn’t make ends meet.

A. How B. However C. Though D. Despite

15. He said he would contact me but he ________ wrote ________ phoned.

A. not only/but also B. either/or C. neither/nor D. both/and

16. The USA will take more measures to impose sanctions on Iran ________ this country stops its uranium enrichment programs.

A. if B. in case C. because D. unless

17. Finally, he admitted ________ the sum of money for gambling.

A. to steal B. steal C. having stolen D. to have stolen

18. It’s no use ________ over spilled milk.

A. crying B. to cry C. for crying D. Cry

19. Before the interviews, she always feel like a ________ on hot bricks.

A. dog B. horse C. chicken D. cat

20. The book ________ the story of Queen Victoria of England.

A. says B. tells C. speaks D. writes


Part 3. Supply the correct form of verbs in the blank.

1. The policeman asks me what I (do) _________ when the fire (start) ______________ last night.

2. “Everyone who (come) __________ to class must prepare well for the lessons,” said the teacher.

3. Up to present, he (visit) _____________ 5 countries in the Asia.

4. What (disappoint) ___________ me most when I was at school was my bad school reports.

5. It’s high time we (spend) __________ most of our time studying because the school-leaving examination is nearing.

6. Nothing (do) _____________ to protect the rare animals so far.

7. You’d better (go) ____________ out for a change now. You (learn) ______________ too much.

8. Many people (invite) ___________ to the party couldn’t come because it rained heavily.
Part 4. Supply the correct form of the word to fill in the blank.

Vietnamese people generally shake hands when greeting and (1)___________. Using both hands showing respect, as a slight bow of the head. In rural areas, elderly people who do not extend their hand are greeted with a slight bow. Women are more likely to bow their head

PART

(2) _________than to shake hands. Vietnamese names begin with the family name and are followed by a given name. People address one another by their given names, but add a title that indicates their perceived

SLIGHT

(3) _______ to the other person. These titles are family related rather

RELATION

than (4)_________. Among colleagues, for example, the younger of the two might combine the given name with the title of Anh (“Older

PROFESSION

Brother”). A basic (5) ___________ combined with the given name and the title is Xin chao (“Hello”). Classifiers for gender and

GREET

(6) _________ are also combined with the greeting. In formal meetings, business cards are sometimes exchanged on greeting.

FAMILIAR

Vietnamese have a strong sense of (7) _______________ and feel

HOSPITABLE

(8) __________ if they cannot show their guests full respect by preparing

EMBARRASS

for their arrival. Therefore, it is (9) _________ to visit a home without

APPROPRIATE

having been invited. Gifts are not required, but are appreciated. Flowers, incense, or tea may be appropriate gifts for the hosts. Hosts also appreciate a small gift for their children or (10) ___________ parents.



ELDER


READING COMPREHENSION

Part 1: Read the following passage then decide which which is the best choice to the statement. Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.

That night as Easton walked home through the rain he felt very depressed. It had been a very bad summer for most people and he had not fared better than the rest. A few weeks with one firm, a few days with another, then out of a job, then on again for a month perhaps, and so on.

William Easton was a man of medium height, about 23 years old, "with fair hair and moustache and blue eyes. His clothes, though shabby, were clean and neat but the holes in his shoes made it painful to walk.

He was married. His wife was a young woman whose acquaintance he had made when he happened to be employed with others painting the outside of the house where she was a general servant. Easton had been in no hurry to marry for he knew that, taking good times with bad, his wages did not average a pound a week. However, after going out for 18 months they were finally married.

That was a year ago. As a single man, he had never troubled much if he happened to be out of work. He is always had enough to live on and pocket money besides, but now that he was married it was different; the fear of being 'out' haunted him all the time.

He had started for Rushton and Co. on the previous Monday after having been idle for three weeks and, as the house where he was working had to be done right through, he had congratulated himself on having secured a job that would last till Christmas; but he now began to fear that what had happened to Jack Linden - a master craftsman - might also happen to himself at any time. He would have to be very careful not to offend Bill Crass in any way. He was afraid that the latter did not like him very much as it was. He knew that Crass could get him the sack at any time and would not scruple to do so if he wanted to make room for some pal of his.

Crass, the foreman, was quite without special abilities; he was of anything inferior to the majority of the men he supervised. Even so, he pretended to know everything, and the vague references he was in the habit of making to 'tones' and 'shades' and 'harmony' had so impressed Frederick Hunter that the latter was completely taken in. It was by pushing himself forward in this way that Crass had managed to get himself put in charge of the work.

Although Crass did as little as possible himself, he took care to work the others hard. Any man who failed to satisfy him was reported to Hunter as being 'no good' or 'too slow for a funeral' and was then dispensed with at the end of the week. Knowing this, all the workers feared and hated the wily Crass. Some, by giving him pipefuls of tobacco and pints of beer, managed to stay in Grass's favour and often kept their jobs when better men were dismissed.

As he walked home through the rain thinking of these things, Easton realized that it was not possible to foresee what a day or even an hour might bring.

1. As he walked home, Easton felt depressed because_________.

A. it had been a bad summer for most people, including him B. he was afraid of losing his job

C. he had recently got married, despite his low wages D. his shoes were worn out and his feet were hurting

2. The fourth paragraph mentions Easton's fear of being 'out'. This is a fear of_________.

A. being unemployed B. not having any money

C. having nowhere to live D. falling out with his wife

3. Crass got his position because Hunter thought he was good at_________.

A. using language B. managing other people

C. understanding colour schemes D. repairing or decorating houses

4. To keep his job, anyone working under Crass had to_________.

A. work hard B. give him presents

C. take care not to offend him D. make room for his 'pals' (friends)

5. Crass was_________.

A. a skilful worker but lazy B. not very skilful but hard working

C. a skilful man and a hard worker D. not very skilful and also lazy


Part 2: Read the following passage then decide which which is the best choice to the statement. Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.

University Entrance Examination is very important for Vietnamese students. High school graduates have to take it and get high results to be admitted to universities. The pressure on the candidates remains very high despite the measures that have been taken to reduce the heat around these exams, since securing a place in a state university is considered a major step towards a successful career for young people, especially those from rural areas or disadvantaged families. In the year 2004, it was estimated that nearly one million Vietnamese students took the University Entrance Examination, but on average only one out of five candidates succeeded. Normally, candidates take three-exam subjects, and each lasts 180 minutes, for the fixed group of subjects they choose. There are four fixed groups of subjects i.e. Group A: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry; Group B: Mathematics, Biology, and Chemistry; Group C: Literature, History, and Geography; Group D: Literature, Foreign Language, and Mathematics.

In addition to universities, there are community colleges, art and technology institutes; professional secondary schools, and vocational schools which offer degrees or certificates from a-few-month to two-year courses.

According to Vietnam's Ministry of Education and Training, there are currently 23 non-public universities, accounting for 11% of the total number of universities. These non-public universities are currently training 119.464 students, or 11,7% of the total number of students. The government is planning to increase the number of non-public universities to 30% by 2007.

1. University Entrance Examination in Vietnamese is very _______.

A. interesting B. stressful C. free D. easy

2. The word those refers to _______.

A. young people B. exam subjects C. universities D. examinations

3. In 2004, the proportion of the students who got success in University Entrance Examination was about ____ percent.

A. 5 B. 10 C. 20 D. 50

4. Which sentence refers to the University Entrance Examination in Vietnam?

A. Students find it easy to get success in the University Entrance Examination.

B. Math is compulsory in the University Entrance Examination.

C. Students are not allowed to choose their exam subjects.

D. There are four fixed groups of exam subjects for students to choose.

5. According to the passage, _______.

A. the Vietnamese government will close all non-public universities by next year

B. the Vietnamese government does not appreciate non-public universities

C. the Vietnamese government encourages the establishing of non-public universities

D. Vietnamese students have no alternative to continue their higher study besides universities


Part 3: Complete the passage using one appropriate word for each space.

When John saw the large crowd (1) ________ had gathered (2) ________ the street, he wasn’t sure (3) ________ first what had happened. There were so many people blocking the way into the hotel (4) ________ he had to push his way (5) ________ them to get (6) ________ the door. At the door, he found two policemen (7) ________ were trying to hold the crowd (8) _______. “What (9) _______ earth is going on?” he asked them. Then John noticed that some of the crowd holding placards that (10) _______: “We love you Sally.” (11) _______ course, that was it. Sally Good was a footballer, the first woman to play (12) _______ England. (13) _______ John wasn’t really interested (14) _______ sports, he decided to join the (15) _______ and wait (16) _______ she appeared. About ten minutes (17) _______, a smiling woman appeared and waved to the crowd. John was taken completely (18) ________ surprise when she took his arm and said, “Remember me? I’m the girl that (19) _______ to sit next to you (20) _______ school.”


Part 4: Read the following passage and choose one word or phrase that best fits each space

TRAFFIC IN OUR CITIES

The volume of traffic in many cities in the world today continues to expand. This causes many problems, including serious air pollution, lengthy delays, and the greater risk (1) ________ accidents. Clearly, something must be done, but it is often difficult to (2) ________ people to change their habits and leave their cars at home.

One possible (3) ________ is to make it more expensive for people to use their cars by (4) ________ charges for parking and (5) ________ tougher fines for anyone who (6) ________ the law. In addition, drivers could be required to pay for using particular routes at different time of the day. This system, (7) ________ as “road pricing”, is already being introduced in a (8) ________ of cities, using a special electronic card (9) ________ to the windscreen of the car.

Another way of (10) ________ with the problem is to provide cheap parking on the (11) ________ of the cities, and strictly control the number of vehicles allowed into the centre. Drivers and their passengers then use a special bus service for the (12) ________ stage of their journey.

Of course, the most important (13) ________ is to provide good public transport. However, to get people to (14) ________ the comfort of their cars, public transport must be felt to be reliable, convenient and comfortable, with fares (15) ________ at an acceptable level.

1. A. of B. for C. about D. by

2. A. make B. arrange C. suggest D. persuade

3. A. approach B. manner C. custom D. style

4. A. enlarging B. increasing C. growing D. developing

5. A. carrying down B. putting off C. bringing in D. taking away

6. A. crosses B. refuses C. breaks D. cracks

7. A. named B. seen C. called D. known

8. A. quantity B. number C. total D. sum

9. A. fixed B. joined C. built D. placed

10. A. doing B. handling C. dealing D. solving

11. A. outskirts B. border C. outside D. limit

12. A. late B. end C. complete D. final

13. A. thought B. thing C. work D. event

14. A. pass on B. throw away C. give up D. leave out

15. A. taken B. kept C. given D. stood


WRITING

Part 1: Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before it beginning with the words given.


1. The weather is too bad so the flight has to be delayed now.

 If ____________________________________________________________________________

2. The painters painted his house last week.

 He ___________________________________________________________________________

3. Both of his answers are incorrect.

 Neither of _____________________________________________________________________

4. He told me that it was wrong of me to leave early.

 He criticized ___________________________________________________________________

5. She doesn’t think very highly of politicians.

 She had a _____________________________________________________________________

6. The children could not go swimming because the sea was rough.

 The rough sea __________________________________________________________________

7. He tried very hard but he did not break the record.

 Hard _________________________________________________________________________

8. I am used to getting up early for school.

 I am in _______________________________________________________________________

9. Jane prefers Italian food to French food.

 Jane’d ________________________________________________________________________

10. It is believed that the man escaped in a stolen car.

 The man ______________________________________________________________________


Part 2. Rewrite each sentence so that it contains the word in capitals and has the same meaning. Do not change the word in any way.

1. Everyone but Jane failed to produce the correct answer. (SUCCEEDED)

_______________________________________________________________________________

2. “If I were Jane, I would take an umbrella and a raincoat.” said Albert. (ADVISED)

_______________________________________________________________________________

3. Andrew set off for the supermarket despite heavy rain. (THOUGH)

_______________________________________________________________________________

4. It’s a waste of time for you to discuss the problem with Jane. (POINT)

_______________________________________________________________________________

5. Gerald is too young to vote. (OLD)

_______________________________________________________________________________

6. Mary said that I had caused the accident. (BLAMED)

_______________________________________________________________________________

7. It is more than a year since I saw Lucy. (FOR)

_______________________________________________________________________________

8. You were in my dream last night. (ABOUT)

_______________________________________________________________________________

9. Everybody in the office likes Harry. (POPULAR)

_______________________________________________________________________________

10. Bad weather delayed the flight. (DUE TO)

_______________________________________________________________________________
Đáp án

LEXICO-GRAMMAR

Part 1. Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words by circling its corresponding letter A, B, C or D.

1. A. chime B. chimney C. children D. scheme

2. A. mice B. minus C. mince D. crime

3. A. leather B. feature C. feather D. measure

4. A. lamps B. bananas C. computers D. apples

5. A. humor B. honor C. horror D. horse


Part 2: Choose ONE word or phrase which best completes each sentence. Circle its corresponding letter A, B, C, or D to indicate your answer.

1. It’s a lovely day, but I do not ________ staying at home with you.

A. mind B. care C. like D. bother

2. ________ staying up late, she got up early next morning.

A. Because B. In spite of C. Although D. Though

3. I prefer reading books ________ playing with computers.

A. than B. over C. to D. with

4. Last year, Matt earned ____________ his brother, who has a better position.

A. twice as much as B. twice as many as C. twice more than D. twice as more as

5. If you ________ to my advice in the first place, you wouldn’t be in the mess right now.

A. listen B. are listening C. have listened D. listened

6. The letter he wrote was full ________ mistakes.

A. with B. on C. of D. in

7. I like standing on the top of skyscrapers. I’m so ________ of heights.

A. fond B. interested C. excited D. keen

8. She is a very honest person. I don’t think she is capable ________ telling a lie.

A. to B. of C. with D. about

9. I’m not accustomed________ living in the big city.

A. about B. with C. to D. for

10. I certainly hope that David is aware ________ all the problems involved.

A. for B. up C. to D. of

11. Lan doesn’t spend much money ________ clothes.

A. over B. about C. at D. on

12. The third Asian Indoor Games kicked ________ in Vietnam on October 30, 2009 with the participation of about 4.000 athletes and coaches, 800 referees and 2.000 reporters from 40 countries and territories.

A. about B. up C. off D. out

13. Last week, our class went to Ha Long Bay for a picnic, ________ made us very happy then.

A. which B. that C. it D. of which

14. ________ hard he tried, he couldn’t make ends meet.

A. How B. However C. Though D. Despite

15. He said he would contact me but he ________ wrote ________ phoned.

A. not only/but also B. either/or C. neither/nor D. both/and

16. The USA will take more measures to impose sanctions on Iran ________ this country stops its uranium enrichment programs.

A. if B. in case C. because D. unless

17. Finally, he admitted ________ the sum of money for gambling.

A. to steal B. steal C. having stolen D. to have stolen

18. It’s no use ________ over spilled milk.

A. crying B. to cry C. for crying D. Cry

19. Before the interviews, she always feel like a ________ on hot bricks.

A. dog B. horse C. chicken D. cat

20. The book ________ the story of Queen Victoria of England.

A. says B. tells C. speaks D. writes


Part 3. Supply the correct form of verbs in the blank.

1. The policeman asks me what I (do) was doing when the fire (start) started last night.

2. “Everyone who (come) comes to class must prepare well for the lessons,” said the teacher.

3. Up to present, he (visit) has visited 5 countries in the Asia.

4. What (disappoint) disappointed me most when I was at school was my bad school reports.

5. It’s high time we (spend) spent most of our time studying because the school-leaving examination is nearing.

6. Nothing (do) has been done to protect the rare animals so far.

7. You’d better (go) go out for a change now. You (learn) have learnt/have been learning too much.

8. Many people (invite) invited to the party couldn’t come because it rained heavily.
Part 4. Supply the correct form of the word to fill in the blank.

Vietnamese people generally shake hands when greeting and (1 parting). Using both hands showing respect, as a slight bow of the head. In rural areas, elderly people who do not extend their hand are greeted with a slight bow. Women are more likely to bow their head

PART

(2 slightly) than to shake hands. Vietnamese names begin with the family name and are followed by a given name. People address one another by their given names, but add a title that indicates their perceived

SLIGHT

(3 relationship) to the other person. These titles are family related rather

RELATION

than (4 professional). Among colleagues, for example, the younger of the two might combine the given name with the title of Anh (“Older

PROFESSION

Brother”). A basic (5 greeting) combined with the given name and the title is Xin chao (“Hello”). Classifiers for gender and

GREET

(6 famaliarity) are also combined with the greeting. In formal meetings, business cards are sometimes exchanged on greeting.

FAMILIAR

Vietnamese have a strong sense of (7 hospitability) and feel

HOSPITABLE

(8 embarrassed) if they cannot show their guests full respect by preparing

EMBARRASS

for their arrival. Therefore, it is (9 inappropriate) to visit a home without

APPROPRIATE

having been invited. Gifts are not required, but are appreciated. Flowers, incense, or tea may be appropriate gifts for the hosts. Hosts also appreciate a small gift for their children or (10 elderly) parents.

ELDER

READING COMPREHENSION

Part 1: Read the following passage then decide which which is the best choice to the statement. Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.

That night as Easton walked home through the rain he felt very depressed. It had been a very bad summer for most people and he had not fared better than the rest. A few weeks with one firm, a few days with another, then out of a job, then on again for a month perhaps, and so on.

William Easton was a man of medium height, about 23 years old, "with fair hair and moustache and blue eyes. His clothes, though shabby, were clean and neat but the holes in his shoes made it painful to walk.

He was married. His wife was a young woman whose acquaintance he had made when he happened to be employed with others painting the outside of the house where she was a general servant. Easton had been in no hurry to marry for he knew that, taking good times with bad, his wages did not average a pound a week. However, after going out for 18 months they were finally married.

That was a year ago. As a single man, he had never troubled much if he happened to be out of work. He is always had enough to live on and pocket money besides, but now that he was married it was different; the fear of being 'out' haunted him all the time.

He had started for Rushton and Co. on the previous Monday after having been idle for three weeks and, as the house where he was working had to be done right through, he had congratulated himself on having secured a job that would last till Christmas; but he now began to fear that what had happened to Jack Linden - a master craftsman - might also happen to himself at any time. He would have to be very careful not to offend Bill Crass in any way. He was afraid that the latter did not like him very much as it was. He knew that Crass could get him the sack at any time and would not scruple to do so if he wanted to make room for some pal of his.

Crass, the foreman, was quite without special abilities; he was of anything inferior to the majority of the men he supervised. Even so, he pretended to know everything, and the vague references he was in the habit of making to 'tones' and 'shades' and 'harmony' had so impressed Frederick Hunter that the latter was completely taken in. It was by pushing himself forward in this way that Crass had managed to get himself put in charge of the work.

Although Crass did as little as possible himself, he took care to work the others hard. Any man who failed to satisfy him was reported to Hunter as being 'no good' or 'too slow for a funeral' and was then dispensed with at the end of the week. Knowing this, all the workers feared and hated the wily Crass. Some, by giving him pipefuls of tobacco and pints of beer, managed to stay in Grass's favour and often kept their jobs when better men were dismissed.

As he walked home through the rain thinking of these things, Easton realized that it was not possible to foresee what a day or even an hour might bring.

1. As he walked home, Easton felt depressed because_________.

A. it had been a bad summer for most people, including him

B. he was afraid of losing his job

C. he had recently got married, despite his low wages

D. his shoes were worn out and his feet were hurting

2. The fourth paragraph mentions Easton's fear of being 'out'. This is a fear of_________.

A. being unemployed B. not having any money

C. having nowhere to live D. falling out with his wife

3. Crass got his position because Hunter thought he was good at_________.

A. using language B. managing other people

C. understanding colour schemes D. repairing or decorating houses

4. To keep his job, anyone working under Crass had to_________.

A. work hard B. give him presents

C. take care not to offend him D. make room for his 'pals' (friends)

5. Crass was_________.

A. a skilful worker but lazy B. not very skilful but hard working

C. a skilful man and a hard worker D. not very skilful and also lazy
Part 2: Read the following passage then decide which which is the best choice to the statement. Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.

University Entrance Examination is very important for Vietnamese students. High school graduates have to take it and get high results to be admitted to universities. The pressure on the candidates remains very high despite the measures that have been taken to reduce the heat around these exams, since securing a place in a state university is considered a major step towards a successful career for young people, especially those from rural areas or disadvantaged families. In the year 2004, it was estimated that nearly one million Vietnamese students took the University Entrance Examination, but on average only one out of five candidates succeeded. Normally, candidates take three-exam subjects, and each lasts 180 minutes, for the fixed group of subjects they choose. There are four fixed groups of subjects i.e. Group A: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry; Group B: Mathematics, Biology, and Chemistry; Group C: Literature, History, and Geography; Group D: Literature, Foreign Language, and Mathematics.

In addition to universities, there are community colleges, art and technology institutes; professional secondary schools, and vocational schools which offer degrees or certificates from a-few-month to two-year courses.

According to Vietnam's Ministry of Education and Training, there are currently 23 non-public universities, accounting for 11% of the total number of universities. These non-public universities are currently training 119.464 students, or 11,7% of the total number of students. The government is planning to increase the number of non-public universities to 30% by 2007.

1. University Entrance Examination in Vietnamese is very _______.

A. interesting B. stressful C. free D. easy

2. The word those refers to _______.

A. young people B. exam subjects C. universities D. examinations

3. In 2004, the proportion of the students who got success in University Entrance Examination was about _______ percent.

A. 5 B. 10 C. 20 D. 50

4. Which sentence refers to the University Entrance Examination in Vietnam?

A. Students find it easy to get success in the University Entrance Examination.

B. Math is compulsory in the University Entrance Examination.

C. Students are not allowed to choose their exam subjects.

D. There are four fixed groups of exam subjects for students to choose.

5. According to the passage, _______.

A. the Vietnamese government will close all non-public universities by next year

B. the Vietnamese government does not appreciate non-public universities

C. the Vietnamese government encourages the establishing of non-public universities

D. Vietnamese students have no alternative to continue their higher study besides universities


Part 3: Complete the passage using one appropriate word for each space.

When John saw the large crowd (1) which/that had gathered (2) in the street, he wasn’t sure (3) at first what had happened. There were so many people blocking the way into the hotel (4) that he had to push his way (5) with them to get (6) to the door. At the door, he found two policemen (7) who/that were trying to hold the crowd (8) back. “What (9) on earth is going on?” he asked them. Then John noticed that some of the crowd holding placards that (10) read: “We love you Sally.” (11) Of course, that was it. Sally Good was a footballer, the first woman to play (12) for England. (13) Though/Although John wasn’t really interested (14) in sports, he decided to join the (15) crowd and wait (16) until she appeared. About ten minutes (17) later, a smiling woman appeared and waved to the crowd. John was taken completely (18) by surprise when she took his arm and said, “Remember me? I’m the girl that (19) used to sit next to you (20) at school.”


Part 4: Read the following passage and choose one word or phrase that best fits each space

TRAFFIC IN OUR CITIES

The volume of traffic in many cities in the world today continues to expand. This causes many problems, including serious air pollution, lengthy delays, and the greater risk (1) ________ accidents. Clearly, something must be done, but it is often difficult to (2) ________ people to change their habits and leave their cars at home.

One possible (3) ________ is to make it more expensive for people to use their cars by (4) ________ charges for parking and (5) ________ tougher fines for anyone who (6) ________ the law. In addition, drivers could be required to pay for using particular routes at different time of the day. This system, (7) ________ as “road pricing”, is already being introduced in a (8) ________ of cities, using a special electronic card (9) ________ to the windscreen of the car.

Another way of (10) ________ with the problem is to provide cheap parking on the (11) ________ of the cities, and strictly control the number of vehicles allowed into the centre. Drivers and their passengers then use a special bus service for the (12) ________ stage of their journey.

Of course, the most important (13) ________ is to provide good public transport. However, to get people to (14) ________ the comfort of their cars, public transport must be felt to be reliable, convenient and comfortable, with fares (15) ________ at an acceptable level.

1. A. of B. for C. about D. by

2. A. make B. arrange C. suggest D. persuade

3. A. approach B. manner C. custom D. style

4. A. enlarging B. increasing C. growing D. developing

5. A. carrying down B. putting off C. bringing in D. taking away

6. A. crosses B. refuses C. breaks D. cracks

7. A. named B. seen C. called D. known

8. A. quantity B. number C. total D. sum

9. A. fixed B. joined C. built D. placed

10. A. doing B. handling C. dealing D. solving

11. A. outskirts B. border C. outside D. limit

12. A. late B. end C. complete D. final

13. A. thought B. thing C. work D. event

14. A. pass on B. throw away C. give up D. leave out

15. A. taken B. kept C. given D. stood
WRITING

Part 1: Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before it beginning with the words given.


1. The weather is too bad so the flight has to be delayed now.

 If the weather was not too bad, the flight would not have to be delayed.

(If the weather was fine, the flight would not have to be delayed.)

2. The painters painted his house last week.

 He had his house painted last week.

3. Both of his answers are incorrect.

 Neither of his answers are correct.

4. He told me that it was wrong of me to leave early.

 He criticized me for leaving/having left early.

5. She doesn’t think very highly of politicians.

 She had a low opinion of politicians.

6. The children could not go swimming because the sea was rough.

 The rough sea prevented the children from going swimming.

7. He tried very hard but he did not break the record.

 Hard as he tried, he did not break the record.

8. I am used to getting up early for school.

 I am in the habit of getting up early for school.

9. Jane prefers Italian food to French food.

 Jane’d rather Italian food than French food.

10. It is believed that the man escaped in a stolen car.

 The man is believed to have escaped in a stolen car.
Part 2. Rewrite each sentence so that it contains the word in capitals and has the same meaning. Do not change the word in any way.

1. Everyone but Jane failed to produce the correct answer. (SUCCEEDED)

Everyone but Jane succeeded in producing the correct answer.

2. “If I were Jane, I would take an umbrella and a raincoat.” said Albert. (ADVISED)

Albert advised Jane to take an umbrella and a raincoat

3. Andrew set off for the supermarket despite heavy rain (THOUGH)

Andrew set off for the supermarket though it was raining heavily.

4. It’s a waste of time for you to discuss the problem with Jane. (POINT)

There is no point in discussing the problem with Jane

5. Gerald is too young to vote. (OLD)

Gerald is not old enough to vote

6. Mary said that I had caused the accident. (BLAMED)

Mary blamed me for having caused the accident.

7. It is more than a year since I saw Lucy. (FOR)

I have not seen Lucy for more than a year.

8. You were in my dream last night. (ABOUT)

I dreamt about you last night.

9. Everybody in the office likes Harry. (POPULAR)

Harry is (very) popular with everyone in the office.

10. Bad weather delayed the flight. (DUE TO)



The flight was delayed due to bad weather.

(Due to bad weather, the flight was delayed)
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