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Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correcting.

1. The disappearance of one or several species may result in the lost of biodiversity.

2. This book needs to read carefully before you must make a report on it.

3. I would like to recommend the book to anyone who like plants.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions from 4 to 5.

4.The reduction and possible elimination of waste tires may become a reality.

A. fulfilment        B. eradication      C. formation      D. addition

5. Another benefit is the reduction of traffic noise, a serious issue in urban areas.

A. shortcoming     B. reward         C. merit          D. damage

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions from 6 to 7.

6. Please give me some advice to buy suitable books for my ten-year-old girl.

A. recommendation        B. information      C. fiction        D. interest

7. Species that have already lost habitat because of deforestation were given higher priority in the plan because of their greater risk of extinction.

A. ecology         B. natural surroundings     C. nature      D. domain

Choose the word with the different pronunciation of the underlined part.

8. A. animal        B. benefit        C. endanger          D. extinction

9. A. theme        B. smooth        C. through            D. author

Choose the word with the different stress pattern.

10. A. imagine      B. swallowing     C. difficult           D. interested

11. A. current       B. toxic          C. remain           D. forest

Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C, or D) that best fits each space in the following passage.

The film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone is based on the first of the· books by J.K. Rowling. It is an excellent attempt at re-creating the magic of the books. The dialogue is just (12)______the original, with the actors often using the exact words as they were written. The characters all look very (13)________and they are dressed in the sort of costumes you imagine when you read the book. Only the soundtrack is truly (14)________because, of course, there isn't any music in the book.

The scene where the children are learning to (15)_______their broomsticks has some amazing special effects which create a wonderful magical atmosphere. It also required a number of clever stunts which (16)_______have been quite dangerous. When the film was released, it had record ticket sales at the box office.

12. A. alike        B. like       C. likely          D. as

13. A. read        B. reality     C. realize         D. realistic

14. A. original      B. origin      C. originate        D. originally

15. A. blow        B. drive      C. ride            D. climb

16. A. should      B. must       C. needn't        D. couldn't

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence.

17. Endangered species are plant and animal species which are in danger of ………

A. expression      B. expulsion      C. extension        D. extinction

18. Children enjoy reading a ......... because they don’t have to read much.

A. thriller          B. comic         C. biography        D. novel

19. It is estimated about 5,000 species of plants and animals are ……. each year.

A. eliminated      B. cut down       C. hunted          D. poached

20. Books provide us with a wonderful source of knowledge and…...

A. leisure         B. information      C. news           D. pleasure

21. Governments have ………… laws to protect wildlife from overhunting.

A. passed         B. done           C. given          D. discussed

22. She usually dips …………… a travel book.

A. with           B. through         C. in             D. into

23. Gorillas are peaceful and mainly plant – eating …………….

A. creatures      B. figures          C. creators        D. members

24. ……. sometimes describe books as “ hard – to – put – down” or “hard – to – pick – up – again”.

A. Sellers         B. Editors         C. Reviewers      D. Publishers

25. The Red List has been introduced to raise people’s awareness …………… conservation needs.

A. on            B. of              C. at            D. for

26. We can’t read different …………… of books in the same way.

A. columns        B. kinds           C. series         D. brands

27. The room ……… once a day.

A. should clean                   B. should be cleaning

C. should be cleaned              D. should have cleaned

28. Keep quiet. You ….talk so loudly in here. Everybody is working.

A. may         B. must           C. might            D. mustn't

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

29Tom: "Whose book is this?" - John: "……………….."

A. It’s John’s sister.               B. It’s John’s sister’s.

C. ThatJohn’s sister’s.            D. John’s sister’s book.

30Two friends James and Susan are talking about Mary’s accident.

James: "Mary had an accident last night. Her leg was broken"

- Susan: "………………………."

A. Poor her.        B. Poor it.         C. How terrific!          D. Oh! Very surprise!

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

Air pollution can affect our health in many ways with both short-term and long-term effects. Different groups of individuals are affected by air pollution in different ways. Some individuals are much more sensitive to pollutants than are others. Young children and elderly people often suffer more from the effects of air pollution. People with health problems such as asthma, heart and lung disease may also suffer more when the air is polluted. The extent to which an individual is harmed by air pollution usually depends on the total exposure to the damaging chemicals

Examples of short-term effects include irritation to the eyes, nose and throat, and upper respiratory infections such as bronchitis and pneumonia. Other symptoms can include headaches, nausea, and allergic reactions.

Long-term health effects can include chronic respiratory disease, lung cancer, heart disease, and even damage to the brain, nerves, liver, or kidneys. Continual exposure to air pollution affects the lungs of growing children and may aggravate or complicate medical conditions in the elderly. It is estimated that half a million people die prematurely every year in the United States as a result of smoking cigarettes.

31. The text is about _____.

A. air pollution                           B. the effect of air pollution

B. those who are affected by air pollution      D. the respiratory diseases

32. Which sentence is true?

A. Everybody is affected by air pollution in the same way.

B. All people are sensitive to pollutants.

C. Pollutants are not really harmful to people.

D. We are affected byair pollution individually.

33. Which is caused by long- term effects of air pollution?

A. sore eyes         B. bronchitis         C. headache          D. lung cancer

34. Which part of body is not affected byair pollution?

A. Brain            B. Lung             C. Heart              D. Stomach

35. The writer ____.

A. suggested ways to prevent air pollution

B. listed theeffects of air pollution

C. proposed solutions to air pollution

D. advised us to prevent lung cancer

Choose the best sentence which has the closest meaning to the original one.

36. It’s forbidden to smoke in this building.

A. You don’t have to smoke in this building.

B. You are allowed to smoke in this building.

C. You must not smoke in this building.

D. Smoking in this building is permitted.

37. It's your duty to make a report on books tomorrow.

A. You should report on books tomorrow.

B. You will make a report on books tomorrow.

C. You are supposed make a report on books tomorrow.

D. You must make a report on books tomorrow.

38. Some people think that computers can replace books entirely.

A. It is said that computers can replace books entirely.

B. Computers are thought to can replace books entirely.

C. Computers can replace books entirely like some people think.

D. Replacing books by computers is very necessary.

39. Perhaps these are the keys.

A. These might be the keys.             B. These won’t be the keys.

C. These must be the keys.             D. These needn’t be the keys.

40. Books are a cheap way to get information and entertainment.

A. Getting information and entertainment in books is a cheap way.

B. A cheap way to get information and entertainment is books.

C. Reading books helps you looking for information and entertainment.

D. Books can deliver information and entertainment you need cheap.

Đề số 2

Choose the word with the different pronunciation of the underlined part.

1. A. height B. weight C. rhinoceros D. livelihood

2. A. digest B. incredible C. wilderness D. unnoticed

Choose the word with the different stress pattern.

3. A. recommend B. impressive C. enjoyment D. exciting

4. A. agriculture B. biologist C. identify D. diversity

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.

5.The reduction and possible elimination of waste tires may become a reality.

A. fulfilment B.eradication C. formation D. addition

6. Another benefit is the reduction of traffic noise, a serious issue in urban areas.

A. shortcoming B. reward C. merit D. damage

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 from 6 to 7.

7. Please give me some adviceto buy suitable books for my ten-year-old girl.

A. recommendation B. information C. fiction D. interest

8. Many suggest that the trade in tropical wood products is the primary source of deforestation.

A. petrifaction of forests B.deformation of forests

C. fossilization of forests D. destruction of forests

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

Global warming is the phenomenon that the average temperature of the earth raises continuously. Its temperatures may rise by 1.4 to 5.8 degrees Celsius. The greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide or methane are the cause of the global warming. The greenhouse gases create a natural greenhouse effect.

Human activities such as burning fuels, lumbering, and agriculture will release greenhouse gases. Some of the non-human causes are volcanic emissions, solar activity, variations in the earth’s orbit.

What are the effects of global warming? The rising temperature of the earth will cause the polar ice to melt. As the ice melts, the water will cause the rising sea level and pattern of climate changes. The extreme weather such as hurricanes, tornados, droughts, heat wave, and floods occur more frequently. Other effects of global warming are lower agricultural productions, animal extinctions, or reduced summer stream flows.

There are still many scientific uncertainties of causes and effects of global warming. Some scientists argue that, “Even if there are no greenhouse gases, the events of rising sea and global warming would continue. The carbon dioxide is known for its long average atmospheric lifetime”.

9. Global warming _____________

A. makes the earth cooler and cooler

B. makes the temperature of the earth increase

C. is not caused by carbon dioxide

D. has no relation to the greenhouse gases

10. Possessive pronoun Its refers to _____

A. global warming B. the earth C. greenhouse gases D. the temperature

11. According to the second paragraph, _____.

A. human beings are the only cause of global warming

B. volcanic emissions and solar activities are not responsible for greenhouse gases

C. natural event is the only main source of greenhouse gases

D. both human activities and natural events can cause greenhousegases

12. Which is not the effect of global warming?

A. The volcanic eruptions B. The melting of the polar ice

C. The rising of the sea level D. The loss of agricultural productions

13. Which sentence is true?

A. Scientists know very well about causes and effects of global warming.

B. Scientists know nothing about causes and effects of global warming.

C. Scientists are not concerned about global warming.

D. There have been uncertainties of causes and effects of global warming.

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence.

14. The number of species around the globe threatened with .. is over 15,000.

A. expression B. expulsion C. extension D. extinction

15. A ................ book tells stories through pictures.

A. thriller B. comic C. biography D. novel

16. It is estimated about 5,000 species of plants and animals are … each year.

A. eliminated B. cut down C. hunted D. poached

17. Books provide us with a wonderful …… of knowledge and pleasure.

A. resource B. base C. source D. foundation

18. Governments have enacted laws to protect wildlife from ……. trade.

A. legal B. commercial C. domestic D. international

19. My father usually dips …………… a travel book.

A. with B. through C. in D. into

20. Gorillas are peaceful and mainly plant – eating …………….

A. creatures B. figures C. creators D members

21. …………….. sometimes describe books as “ hard – to – put – down” or “hard – to – pick – up – again”.

A. Sellers B. Editors C. Reviewers D. Publishers

22. The Red List is a … list of endangered and vulnerable animal species

A. long B. local C. global D. national

23. The next meeting …………. in May.

A. will hold B. will be held C. will be holding D. will have held

24. We can’t read different …………… of books in the same way.

A. columns B. types C. series D. brands

25. The computer ……… reprogramming. There is something wrong with the software.

A. must B. need C. should D. may

Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correcting.

26. Species that losshabitat because of deforestation were given higher priority in the plan because of their greater risk of extinction.

27. I would like recommend the book to anyone who likes plants.

28. There are a number of measures that should take to protect endangered animals.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

29.Tom: "Oh, no! I left my book at home. Can I share yours?"

- John: "……………….."

A. Yes, I do, too. B.No, thanks

B. Yes, sure. D.No way, I just bought another book.

30..James: "Do you think that we should use public transportation to protect our environment?"

- Susan: "………………………."

A. There’s no doubt about it. B. Of course not. You bet.

C. Well that’s very surprising D. Yes, it’s an absurd idea.

Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C, or D) that best fits each space in the following passage.

The film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone is based on the first of the· books by J.K. Rowling. It is an excellent attempt at re-creating the magic of the books. The dialogue is just (31)___the original, with the actors often using the exact words as they were written. The characters all look very (32)____and they are dressed in the sort of costumes you imagine when you read the book. Only the soundtrack is truly (33)______because, of course, there isn't any music in the book.

The scene where the children are learning to (34)_______their broomsticks has some amazing special effects which create a wonderful magical atmosphere. It also required a number of clever stunts which (35)_______have been quite dangerous. When the film was released, it had record ticket sales at the box office.

31. A. like B. alike C. likely D. as

32. A. read B. reality C.realistic D. realize

33. A. origin B. original C. originate D. originally

34. A. blow B. drive C. climb D. ride

35. A. should B. needn't C. must D. couldn't

Choose the best sentence which has the closest meaning to the original one.

36. I think it’s wrong for you to work so hard.

A. You don’t have to work so hard. B. You will work so hard.

C. You shouldn’twork so hard. D. You might work so hard.

37. It's your duty to make a report on books tomorrow.

A. You should report on books tomorrow.

B. You must make a report on books tomorrow.

C. You are supposed make a report on books tomorrow.

D. You will make a report on books tomorrow.

38. Some people think that computers can replace books entirely.

A. Replacing books by computers is very necessary.

B. Computers are thought to can replace books entirely.

C. Computers can replace books entirely like some people think.

D. It is said that computers can replace books entirely.

39. Perhaps these are the keys.

A. These might be the keys. B. These won’t be the keys.

C. These must be the keys. D. These needn’t be the keys.

40. We should do something to encourage children to read better.

A. To encourage children to read better, we have to do something to them.

B. Something should be done to encourage children to read better.

C. We will encourage children to read more books better by doing something.

D. Encouraging children to read bettershould be done by everybody.

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