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I. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Question 1: A. experienced B. worked C. watched D. arrived

Question 2: A. bought B. caught C. ought D. laughed

II. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

3. A. apply B. persuade C. reduce D. offer

4. A. different B. important C. impressive D. attractive

III. 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.

Question 5: A customs union is an organization of autonomous country that agree that international trade between member states is free of restrictions.

A. boring B. massive C. dependent D. prosperous

Question 6: The point at which pain becomes intolerable is known as the pain perception threshold.

A. elusive B. altered C. intensified D. bearable

IV. 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 7: The explorers were too tired that they found a site to camp overnight.

A B C D

Question 8: We are working, that means that we are contributing goods and services to our society.

A B C D

Question 9: What I told her a few days ago were not the solution to most of her problems.

A B C D

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

Today, in many parts of the world, it is customary for people to shake hands upon meeting as gesture of good will. Originally, however, the practice of shaking hands had more practical purpose.

Shaking hands originated in medieval times. In those days, when a man came on a stranger, he would often automatically reach for his sword with his right hand, in case he had to use the weapon to defend himself. Sometimes, both parties found themselves circling around each other, weapons in hand, until it was mutually agreed that the weapons could be laid aside. Then, the two parties extended their right hands to show that they had no weapons, and clasped them. This was the beginning of the handshake.

The custom of shaking hands is not a universal one. In the Orient, people have, for centuries, clasped their own hands in front of them upon meeting to show that they held no weapons. In France, a custom developed in which people who met would kiss each other on both cheeks. The natives of some South Seas islands greet by rubbing noses.

Question 10. The purpose of shaking hands was….

A. just a ceremony showing friendship B. a gesture of good will

C. to show that the two parties had no weapons D. to show that both parties were ready for a fight

Question 11. To show that one has no intention to fight,….

A. the Oriental people kiss each other’s hand

B. shaking hands has been practised all over the world

C. there have been various ways depending on different cultures

D. people laid aside their weapons

Question 12. The practice of shaking hands….

A. is very popular in the world B. is being replaced by other customs

C. used to be popular, but now it is out of date D. is considered not to be very polite

Question 13. The word “came on” in the 2nd sentence of paragraph 2 can best be replaced by….

A. visited B. waited for C. attacked D. happened to meet

VI. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.

Question 14. If only I had taken that job in the bank.

A. I wish I took that job in the bank. B. I regret not taking that job in the bank.

C. I wish I have taken that job in the bank. D. I regret not take that job in the bank.

Question 15. They left early because they didn’t want to get caught in the traffic.

A. They left early so as to not get caught in the traffic.

B. They left early so that they not to get caught in the traffic.

C. They left early in order to not get caught in the traffic.

D. They left early to avoid getting caught in the traffic.

VII. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

Question 16. I tried hard. I couldn’t open the door.

A. No matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t open the door.

B. Try as hard as I might, I couldn’t open the door.

C. It is difficult for me to open the door.

D. I could open the door with difficulty.

Question 17. I lost my key. I had to wait in the dark for hours.

A. Having to wait in the dark for hours because I had lost my key.

B. If I hadn’t lost my key, I wouldn’t have had to wait in the dark for hours.

C. If I hadn’t lost my key, I wouldn’t have to wait in the dark for hours.

D. If I didn’t lose my key, I wouldn’t have to wait in the dark for hours.

VIII. 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.

Question 18: Marta and Patrice is a couple. They are going to a friend’s party.

Marta: Do I still have to change my clothes? Patrice: ­­_________.

A. Sure, take your time B. Let’s discuss that some time

C. Don’t change your mind, please D. The party begins at 2 pm

Question 19: Hung and Derek are classmates. They are talking about their sports hobby.

Hung: Don’t you like watching football? Derek: _________.

A. Yes, I don’t B. No, I do. I like it a lot C. It’s nice D. Yes, I love it

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

Question 20: The news should be put in the most noticeable place so that all the students can be well-informed.

A. suspicious B. popular C. easily seen D. beautiful

Question 21: Parents regard facial and vocal expressions as indicators of how a baby is feeling.

A. read B. translate C. display D. consider

Question 22: I told her I understood what she was feeling as we were both after all in the same boat.

A. in a similar take B. in a similar find

C. in a similar situation D. in a similar case

X. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 21 to 32.

I was raised on a farm in a remote village in the 1950s. The winter months were endless and everything was covered in snow. I was always (23)________ for the warmer weather to come. When spring arrived, everything came alive- flowers would bloom and the animals would come out of hibernation. I would follow the bear tracks and search for them. Once, however, I (24) ________ an angry mother bear who saw me as a threat. (25) ________ the sight of the bear, I did what my father had told me. I stood still until she stopped growling and walked away. The trick was effective, but looking back now, I realized that the situation was far more serious than I thought at the time. By the age of twelve, I had lots of camping experience , as I used to go camping with my dog on my school holidays. We would spend days (26) ________ the forest, catching fish for dinner, looking at the frogs and the (27) ________ of birds and the insects hopping up and down on the surface of the water. Of course, this was possible only during the warm months. When the autumn came, everything went quiet, which was quite usual in those parts. It wasn’t long before the animals disappeared, the birds flew south and the snow took over. The place became deserted once again.

Question 23: A. willing B. keen C. eager D. enthusiastic

Question 24: A. found out B. came across C. dealt with D. reached

Question 25: A. By B. At C. On D. In

Question 26: A. investigating B. detecting C. researching D. exploring

Question 27: A. sets B. swarms C. bunches D. flocks

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

The concept of obtaining fresh water from iceberg that is towed to populated areas and arid regions of the world was once treated as a joke more appropriate to cartoons than real life. But now it is being considered quite seriously by many nations, especially since scientists have warned that the human race will outgrow its fresh water supply faster than it runs out of food. Glaciers are a possible source of fresh water that has been overlooked until recently. (A)

Three-quarters of the Earth's fresh water supply is still tied up in glacial ice, a reservoir of untapped fresh water so immense that it could sustain all the rivers of the world for 1,000 years. Floating on the oceans every year are 7,659 trillion metric tons of ice encased in 10,000 icebergs that break away from the polar ice caps, more than ninety percent of them from Antarctica. (B)

Huge glaciers that stretch over the shallow continental shelf give birth to icebergs throughout the year. Icebergs are not like sea ice, which is formed when the sea itself freezes; rather, they are formed entirely on land, breaking off when glaciers spread over the sea. As they drift away from the polar region, icebergs sometimes move mysteriously in a direction opposite to the wind, pulled by subsurface currents. Because they melt more slowly than smaller pieces of ice, icebergs have been known to drift as far north as 35 degrees south of the equator in the Atlantic Ocean. (C)

The difficulty arises in other technical matters, such as the prevention of rapid melting in warmer climates and the funneling of fresh water to shore in great volume. But even if the icebergs lost half of their volume in towing, the water they could provide would be far cheaper than that produced by desalination, or removing salt from water. (D)

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