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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 1. Jenifer missed her chance to be promoted. What a shame!
A. Jenifer regretted having wasted her chance to be promoted.
B. Despite feeling ashamed, Jenifer lost her chance of promotion.
C. If only Jenifer has seized her chance of promotion.
D. That Jenifer missed her chance to be promoted is shameful.
Question 2. They left the concert hall. The fire alarm went off right afterwards.
A. They left the concert hall just as the fire alarm went off.
B. The fire alarm had gone off before they left the concert hall.
C. They were leaving the concert hall when the fire alarm went off.
D. No sooner had they left the concert hall than the fire alarm went off.
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 the following questions.
Question 3. A. success B. balance C. problem D. culture
Question 4. A. commercial B. decisive C. powerful D. electric
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 the following questions.
Question 5. Many consumers are prejudiced against commercial goods made in that country. They reject them without even before trying first.
A. fair B. biased C. unreasonable D. distinguishable
Question 6. I’ll spend the weekends hitting the books as I have final exams next week.
A. reviewing the books B. studying in a relaxing way
C. damaging the books D. studying in a serious way
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 7–11.
A Working Vacation
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to get your dream job? It can take years to get the education and develop the skills you need for the perfect job. However, there is a way to experience your dream job without having to get the required training or degree. Since 2004, Brian Kurth’s company, Vocation Vacations, has been connecting people with mentors who have the jobs of their dreams.
Kurth had been working for a phone company before starting his own company. He didn’t like his job, and he had a long time to think about it on his drive to and from work. He also thought about his dream job while driving. He was interested in becoming a dog trainer, but he didn’t want to take any chances and switch to a field he didn’t have experience in. He really wanted to know what the job was like and if it was realistic for him to work towards his goal. So, he found a mentor – a dog trainer that could tell him about the job and everything it involved. After that, he helped his friends find mentors to explore jobs they were interested in. They thought it was helpful to talk to people who had their dream jobs before spending lots of time and money getting the training they needed for those jobs.
Kurth saw how much this helped his friends, so he decided to turn it into his business. He started Vocation Vacations in 2004, and by 2005, the company was offering experience with over 200 dream jobs. Today, about 300 mentors work with the company to share their knowledge about their jobs. Customers pay to experience the job of their dreams and work with these mentors to see what a job is really like. A “job vacation” costs between $350 and $3,000 and can be for one to three days. Many people use Vocation Vacations to see if their dream job is a career path they want to continue. Others do it just to experience the job of their dreams one time.
Vocation Vacations jobs are in the fields of fashion, food, entertainment, sports and animals. Many people want to try glamorous jobs. For example, they want to try working as actors, music producers, photographers and fashion designers. According to Kurth, some other popular dream jobs are working as bakers, hotel managers and wedding planners.
Source: Summit 2 by Pearson Education, 2017
Question 7. What is the passage mainly about?
A. A company where people can experience their dream jobs
B. A company where people get the training for their dream jobs
C. Brian Kurth’s dream job as a dog trainer
D. Brian Kurth’s company as a dream job provider
Question 8. The word their in paragraph 3 refers to _______.
A. jobs B. mentors C. customers D. experiences
Question 9. What do mentors at Vocation Vacations do?
A. explore jobs that people are interested in B. train people for their dream jobs
B. give people advice on how to choose a job D. show people what their jobs are like
Question 10. The word glamorous in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to _______.
A. uncommon B. attractive C. unskilled D. ordinary
Question 11. All of the following are true about Vocation Vacations EXCEPT ______.
A. it belongs to Brian Kurth B. the company was started in 2004
C. the company hires about 300 mentors D. it provides jobs in many different fields
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 12–19.
Scientists have identified two ways in which species disappear. The first is through ordinary or “background” extinctions, where species that fail to adapt are slowly replaced by more adaptable life forms. The second is when large numbers of species go to the wall in relatively short periods of biological time. There have been five such extinctions, each provoked by cataclysmic evolutionary events caused by some geological eruption, climate shift, or space junk slamming into the Earth. Scientists now believe that another mass extinction of species is currently under way – and this time human fingerprints are on the trigger.
How are we are doing it? Simply by demanding more and more space for ourselves. In our assault on the ecosystems around us we have used a number of tools, from spear and gun to bulldozer and chainsaw. Certain especially rich ecosystems have proved the most vulnerable. In Hawaii more than half of the native birds are now gone – some 50 species. Such carnage has taken place all across the island communities of the Pacific and Indian oceans. While many species were hunted to extinction, others simply succumbed to the „introduced predators’ that humans brought with them: the cat, the dog, the pig, and the rat.
Today the tempo of extinction is picking up speed. Hunting is no longer the major culprit, although rare birds and animals continue to be butchered for their skin, feathers, tusks, and internal organs, or taken as savage pets. Today the main threat comes from the destruction of the habitat of wild plants, animals, and insects need to survive. The draining and damming of wetland and river courses threatens the aquatic food chain and our own seafood industry. Overfishing and the destruction of fragile coral reefs destroy ocean biodiversity. Deforestation is taking a staggering toll, particularly in the tropics where the most global biodiversity is at risk. The shinking rainforest cover of the Congo and Amazon river basins and such place as Borneo and Madagascar have a wealth of species per hectare existing nowhere else. As those precious hectares are drowned or turned into arid pasture and cropland, such species disappear forever.
Source: Final Countdown Practice Tests by D.F Piniaris, Heinle Cengage Learning, 2010
Question 12. What does the passage mainly discuss?
A. Human activity and its impact on a mass extinction of species
B. The two ways in which species disappear
C. The tempo of extinction of species today
D. Deforestation as a major cause of mass extinctions of species
Question 13. The word assault in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _______.
A. development B. attack C. effort D. influence
Question 14. All of the following are mentioned as a form of habitat destruction EXCEPT ________.
A. destroying coral reefs B. cutting down forests
C. damming wetlands and rivers D. hunting rare birds and animals
Question 15. What was the main threat to biodiversity in Hawaii and other islands in the Pacific and Indian oceans until recently?
A. tools used by human beings B. human assault on ecosystems
C. vulnerable rich ecosystems D. hunters and introduced predators
Question 16. The word them in paragraph 2 refers to _______.
A. species B. oceans C. predators D. humans
Question 17. Which is no longer considered a major cause of the mass extinction under way currently?
A. the building of dams across rivers B. the destruction of habitats of species
C. the shrinking of rainforests in the tropics D. the killing of animals for their body parts
Question 18. The word butchered in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____.
A. raised B. traded C. cooked D. killed
Question 19. It can be inferred from the passage that _______.
A. the current mass extinction is different from the other five in that it is caused by humans
B. hunting is the major contributing factor that speeds up the extinction of species
C. habitat destruction makes a minor contribution to the current mass extinction of species
D. it’s impossible for scientists to identify the causes of mass extinctions of species
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 20. During rush hours, travelling by car is slower than travelling by motorbike.
A. During rush hours, travelling by car is faster than travelling by motorbike.
B. During rush hours, travelling by motorbike is faster than travelling by car.
C. During rush hours, travelling by car is as slow as travelling by motorbike.
D. During rush hours, travelling by motorbike is slower than travelling by car.
Question 21. “What did you do last night?” the policeman asked the woman.
A. The policeman asked the woman what did she do the night before.
B. The policeman asked the woman what she had done the night before.
C. The policeman asked the woman what had she done the night before.
D. The policeman asked the woman what she did the night before.
Question 22. Harry sat there waiting for Lucy, which was not necessary.
A. Harry might not have sat there waiting for Lucy.
B. Harry needn’t have sat there waiting for Lucy.
C. Harry couldn’t have sat there waiting for Lucy.
D. Harry may not have sat there waiting for Lucy.
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 23. Just as the performance ended, all the concertgoers raised to their feet and applauded.
A. Just as B. ended C. raised D. their feet
Question 24. Bowling, one of the most popular indoor sports, are popular all over the United States and in other countries.
A. of the B. indoor C. are D. other
Question 25. A large number of entries has updated in the latest edition of the encyclopedia recently.
A. large B. has updated C. of D. recently
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
Question 26. John is feeling ______ because he hasn’t had enough sleep recently.
A. irritate B. irritation C. irritably D. irritable
Question 27. I would never forget ________ to be the judge in such a well–known competition.
A. being invited B. having invited C. to have invited D. to be invited
Question 28. Once ______ as the World Natural Heritage by UNESCO, Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park attracts a great number of visitors worldwide.
A. having recognized B. recognized C. recognizing D. is recognized
Question 29. ______ his physical disability, he managed to finish the course with good results.
A. Although B. Since C. Because of D. Despite
Question 30. Sue would suffer obesity if she couldn’t control her ________ overeating.
A. compulsive B. disastrous C. exhaustive D. unbearable
Question 31. Both husband and wife should be responsible ________ doing the household chores.
A. with B. to C. for D. of
Question 32. It’s considered _______ to interrupt others while they are talking.
A. arrogant B. impolite C. helpful D. distrustful
Question 33. It’s me who is at ________, so I’ll pay for the damage.
A. guilt B. responsibility C. error D. fault
Question 34. During our holiday, we were so lucky to stay in a room with a good ______ of the sea.
A. view B. look C. sight D. vision
Question 35. _______, the film is still attractive to many people, young and old.
A. Producing many years ago B. Having produced many years ago
C. Although produced many years ago D. It produced many years ago
Question 36. If the weather is fine this weekend, we _______ to see our grandparents.
A. were going B. will go C. would do D. went
Question 37. My brother has been playing ______ piano since he was a small child.
A. the B. a C. no article D. an
Question 38. Sue and Mira are talking about the use of mobile phone in class.
– Sue: “Students should not be allowed to use mobile phone in class.”
– Mira: “________. This will distract them from studying.”
A. Not really B. No way! It’s useful
C. I’m of the opposite opinion D. I quite agree
Question 39. The children ________ happily in the park when their parents asked them to go home.
A. played B. had played C. were playing D. would play
Question 40. Tony’s parents check his Facebook account every day, he hates being under ________ all the time.
A. scrutiny B. attack C. pressure D. control
Question 41. Luke is offering help to Mary.
– Luke: “Shall I help you with your suitcase?”
– Mary: “Yes, _________.”
A. not a chance B. well done
C. I don’t need you D. that’s very kind of you
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 the following questions.
Question 42. Mike pretended to be sick, but I saw through his deception at once.
A. was used to B. got angry with C. got bored with D. was aware of
Question 43. Some newspapers are often guilty of distorting the truth just to impress readers with sensational news stories.
A. gathering personal information B. making changes to facts
C. providing reliable data D. examining factual data
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 44–48.
It is true that keeping fit will benefit a person’s health in many ways. It has become clear in recent years, that a large number of people are doing less and less exercise and this is now causing many serious illnesses, putting a strain on doctors and hospitals. However, some experts believe that too much exercise can do just as much (44)________.
Although it is true that moderate exercise such as walking can be very beneficial to a person’s health, it is not the only one factor (45)_______ keeps us healthy. Diet is also extremely important and I would argue that it is probably even more important than exercise, although the ideal is for both of these factors to work together. It seems to me that many people are unwilling to put in the effort required to become fitter.
(46)_______, too much exercise can also cause problems. So people are urged to take moderate exercise and eat moderately healthily rather than embarking on extreme diets and training. In too many instances, ultra–fit people have had heart attacks or dropped down dead.
In all, governments need to find ways of (47)________ people to take responsibility for their own health. People need to realize that eating healthy food does not have to cost a (48)________, nor is it difficult to prepare healthy meals themselves. People need to be better educated about their health.\
Question 44. A. ruin B. destruction C. damage D. hurt
Question 45. A. who B. when C. which D. what
Question 46. A. For example B. However C. Therefore D. In fact
Question 47. A. motivating B. motivational C. motivate D. motivation
Question 48. A. benefit B. wealth C. treasure D. fortune
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 the following questions.
Question 49. A. looked B. laughed C. stepped D. moved
Question 50. A. feature B. measure C. feather D. pleasure
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Question 1 D Question 11 D Question 21 B Question 31 C Question 41 D
Question 2 D Question 12 B Question 22 B Question 32 B Question 42 D
Question 3 A Question 13 B Question 23 C Question 33 D Question 43 B
Question 4 C Question 14 D Question 24 C Question 34 A Question 44 C
Question 5 A Question 15 D Question 25 B Question 35 C Question 45 C
Question 6 B Question 16 D Question 26 D Question 36 B Question 46 B
Question 7 A Question 17 D Question 27 A Question 37 A Question 47 A
Question 8 C Question 18 D Question 28 B Question 38 D Question 48 D
Question 9 D Question 19 A Question 29 D Question 39 C Question 49 D
Question 10 B Question 20 B Question 30 A Question 40 D Question 50 A
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