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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.

1. A. remedy

B. expectancy

C. sensor

D. renewable

2. A. process

B. discussion

C. stress

D. assistance

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. police

B. attract

C. signal

D. discuss

4. A. purchase

B. contain

C. suggest

D. reflect

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.

5.   Dreams are commonly made up of either visual and verbal images.

A             B           C                               D

6.  John composes not only the music, but also sings the songs for the major Broadway musicals.

A                               B                        C                   D

7.   Even on the most careful prepared trip, problems will sometimes develop.

A                        B                      C                                              D

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

8.   A new school               . They hope to finish building it next month.

A.   is being built         B. has been built          C. is built                   D. was built

9.  We object                your leaving dinner to take phone calls.

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

10.  This shirt is                that one.

A.   a bit less expensive                                  B. as much expensive as

C. not nearly as expensive as                         D. much far expensive than

11.  Please take all personal belongings  with you                leaving the train

A.   when                    B. what                        C. whom                   D. which

12.  It is still unclear                the Mayor will accept the recommendations of the City Council.

A.   yet                        B. about                      C. before                   D. whether

13.   The PTA                parents and teachers who support the school by fund raising and other activities.

A.   which group of                                         B. that is a group of

C. it is a group of                                          D. is a group of

14.  We are considering having                for the coming New Year.

A.   redecorated our flat                                  B. to redecorate our flat

C. our flat to be redecorated                          D. our flat redecorated

15.  In Vietnam, two or more                may live in a home.

A.   generations           B. generous                 C. generalizations      D. generators

16.  In a formal interview, it is essential to maintain good eye                with the interviewers.

A.   contact                 B. touch                      C. link                       D. connection

17.  The small,                farms of New England were not appropriate for the Midwest.

A.   self-supporting                                         B. self-supported

C. supporting themselves                              D. they support themselves

18.  Too many factories dispose                their waste by pumping it into rivers and the sea.

A.   out                        B. of                            C. away                     D. off

19.  We expected her at nine but  she finally                at midnight.

A.   turned up              B. came off                 C. came to                 D. turned out

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.

20.  “Can I carry these suitcases into the room for you?” -                

A.   You can't, I think!                                    B. No, you can’t.

C. Yes, you can.                                           D. Can you? That’s very kind.

21.  A: “I think it is a good idea to have three or four generations living under one roof. B:    . Family members can help each other a lot.”

A.   It’s not true                                              B. That’s wrong

C. I couldn't agree more                                D. I don’t agree

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.

22.  They are going to suffer a lot of criticism for increasing bus fare by so much.

A.   get into                 B. stand in with            C. come in for           D. put

23.   Roger’s Thesaurus, a collection of English words and phrases, was originally arranged by the ideas they express rather than by alphabetical order.

A.   unless                   B. instead of                C. restricted               D. as well as

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.

24.  “The table is too heavy for me to move alone.”

A.   light                      B. easy                        C. old                        D. bulky

25.  The breadfruit does well in hot and humid climates.

A.   arid                       B. watery                     C. soaked                  D. moist

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.

26.  We stayed in that hotel despite the noise.

A.   Despite the hotel is noisy, we stayed there.

B.  We stayed in the noisy hotel and we liked it.

C.   No matter how noisy the hotel was, we stayed there.

D.   Because of the noise, we stayed in the hotel.

27.  Everybody thinks that Frank stole the money.

A.   Everyone was suspected to steal Frank’s money.

B.  Frank’s money was thought to be stolen.

C.   Everyone  suspects Frank of  stealing the money.

D.   Frank suspects everyone  of stealing the money.

28.  My family doesn’t normally go into town by car.

A.   My family is used to going to town by car.

B.  My family is not used to going to town by car.

C.   My family used to go to town by car.

D.   My family didn’t use to go into town by car.

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.

29.  He wanted to give the ball a powerful kick. He used the top of his foot.

A.   He gave the ball a powerful kick to use the top of his foot.

B.  Using the top of his foot, he kicked a powerful ball.

C.   What he wants to do is give the ball a powerful kick and use the top of his foot.

D.   He used the top of his foot to give the ball a powerful kick.

30.  We didn’t want to swim in the river. It looked very dirty.

A.   We didn’t want to swim in the river, where looked very dirty.

B.  We didn’t want to swim in the river, which looked very dirty.

C.   We didn’t want to swim in the river, in which looked very dirty.

D.   We didn’t want to swim in the river, that looked very dirty.

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 31 to 35.

Fashioning Goes High-Tech

Fashion is no longer something that is just made of cloth or leather. These days it has become something that needs batteries and is often connected to the Internet. When it comes to  high-tech fashion,  it might be (31) to your wrist or resting on the bridge of your

nose, and it is doing a lot more than just (32)                 

you look stylish.

Google was one of the first to burst on the scene with a fashionable item that was also very

(33)                   . Google Glass, which looks like glasses, allows wearers to do all sorts of things, from seeing information in a simple viewer to simply saying out loud, “Take a picture.” What you are seeing in the  picture that  will  be taken, (34)                                                                              Google Glass heard you through  its  microphone  and  has   built-in  camera.  If  you  ask   question,  you  will  (35)

                  the answer in the tiny screen displayed before one eye. Google Glass uses Bluetooth technology to communicate with a smartphone, so it is not a stand-alone item.


A. fastened

B. joined

C. attached

D. placed


A. making

B. doing

C. performing

D. causing


A. attractive

B. functional

C. durable

D. capable


A. therefore

B. although

C. so

D. because


A. show

B. be shown

C. find

D. be found

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 from 36 to 42.

The Internet: Changing Everything

Let’s do a little experiment: Take five minutes, and find some information about Angola. How did you get your information? How much information were you able to get? Chances are, you probably just went online and typed the word “Angola”. You were probably able to find out all sorts of things. This experiment shows us how useful the Internet is.

Over the last 20 years, the Internet has changed the way that we live, work, and study. The biggest change has been the way that we access information. Twenty years ago, you would have needed an encyclopedia to learn about Angola. If you had wanted information, you would have had to get out of your chair, open your encyclopedia, and look up the word “Angola”. Today all you need is about five seconds and you’ll have the exact same information. This technology makes work a lot faster and more efficient.

It has also made information storage a lot easier and neater. Twenty years ago, offices had papers and files all over the place. If you wanted to find a file, you had to open a desk drawer and find the right piece of paper. Today, many of us keep our files in cloud storage. Cloud storage is a technology that lets people store files on the Internet. All you have to do is to sign into the site, and you can find all of your files in seconds.

Another big change is communication. These days more and more people are working from home. People have “home offices”. They just do their work at their house and e-mail it to their company. It makes life a lot easier.

Some people don’t like these changes. They say that life is too convenient these days, and it is making people lazy. However, most people think that even if this technology makes us a little easier, it still has more benefits than disadvantages. In the end, it doesn’t matter what we think. The Internet has changed all of our lives forever.

36.  If you use cloud storage, where are your files?

A.   On the Internet                                         B. In your desk

C. On an airplane                                          D. On your computer

37.  Why do some people dislike the changes that have come from the Internet?

A.   They think that the Internet makes life too stressful.

B.  They think that the Internet makes people too smart.

C.   They think that the Internet is too hard to use.

D.   They think that the Internet makes people lazy.

38.  What does the word “chances” in paragraph 1 mean?

A.   Probably               B. Probably not            C. Definitely             D. Definitely not

39.  The word “they” in paragraph 5  refers to               .

A.   Computers            B. People                     C. Opinions               D. Changes

40.    All of the following are the benefits of  using  the  Internet  in communication EXCEPT  that      .

A.   people can send e-mail to each other very quickly

B.  the Internet can make communication between great distances more convenient

C.   the Internet keeps huge amounts of data in cloud storage

D.   the social network makes communication more interesting

41.  What is another way of saying the last two sentences of the passage?

A.   The Internet is changing all the time.

B.  The Internet is changing the way that we think.

C.   Some people say that they don’t like the Internet, but they actually like it.

D.   No matter what we think, the Internet is changing our lives.

42.  All of the following can be inferred from the passage EXCEPT that               .

A.   encyclopedia was a great source of knowledge

B.  some people don’t like the Internet because they are lazy to learn

C.   files in an office used to take a lot of space

D.   we can get information about any subject by using the Internet

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 from 43 to 50.

Are Human Beings Getting Smarter?

Do you think you are smarter than your parents or grandparents? According to James Flynn, a professor at a New Zealand university, you might be. Over the course of the last century, IQ test scores of people in some countries have got increasingly better - on average, three points better for every decade that has passed. This trend of improving scores is known as “the Flynn effect,” and scientists want to know what is behind it.

IQ tests and other similar tests are designed to measure general intelligence rather than knowledge. Flynn knew that intelligence is partly inherited from our parents and partly the  result of our environment and experiences, but the improvement in test scores was happening too quickly to be explained by heredity. So what happened in the 20th century that led to higher test scores?

Scientists have proposed several explanations for the Flynn effect. Some suggest that the improved test scores simply reflect an increased exposure to tests in general. Because we take so many tests, we learn test-taking techniques that help us perform better. Others have pointed to better nutrition, which results in babies being born larger, healthier, and with more brain development than in the past. Another possible explanation is a change in educational styles - children are encouraged to discover things for themselves rather than just memorizing information. This could prepare people to do the kind of problem-solving that intelligence tests require.

Flynn himself suggested that learning new technologies may have improved people’s problem-solving skills. This may be true for the first decade of his tests, when IQ scores in  many countries increased. However, in recent years, IQ test scores in some countries have  begun to decline. Data from Norway, the Netherlands, Australia, and Great Britain have shown that as these countries become more and more modern, IQ scores have begun to drop.

While scientists aren’t sure what is causing this decline, they think technology is dramatically changing the way that we learn and get information. For example, people are now able to access all kinds of information easily using online resources like Google or Wikipedia. The danger is when they start to rely too much on these sources of information, and not do any thinking for themselves. Lifestyle changes that come with modem technology may also have a

negative effect on intelligence, such as video games and television making people less social.  So while the world may have got smarter over the 20th century, improving technology and changing lifestyles may soon reverse that trend.

Note: heredity (n) = the process by which features and characteristics are passed on to you  from your parents through your genes

43.  What best describes the Flynn effect?

A.   a way to measure intelligence

B.  an increase in IQ test scores

C.   a way of teaching university students

D.   an explanation for why people are less smart

44.  The Flynn effect is probably the  result of               .

A.   heredity                                                   B. our environment and experiences

C. taking fewer tests                                      D. memorizing information

45.  IQ test evaluate our               .

A.   knowledge            B. environment            C. intelligence           D. memories

46.  The word “exposure” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to               .

A.   being influenced by something

B.  attention from newspapers or TV

C.   the act of making something public

D.   the amount of light received

47.  Who does the word “others” in paragraph 3 refer to?

A.   babies                                                      B. scientists

C. people in general                                      D. people who take tests

48.  The writer uses video games as an example of how               .

A.   we are becoming less social

B.  technology increases problem-solving skills

C.   people don’t think for themselves

D.   countries are becoming more technologically advanced

49.  Which sentence gives the main idea of the passage?

A.   This trend of improving scores is known as ‘”the Flynn effect,” and scientists want to know what is behind it.

B.   Because we take so many tests, we learn test-taking techniques that help us perform better.

C.   However, in recent years, IQ test scores in some countries have begun to decline.

D.  Lifestyle changes that come with modem technology may also have a negative effect on intelligence.

50.  Which statement would the writer probably agree with?

A.   People today are more intelligent in every way.

B.  People today have fewer problems to solve.

C.   People today don’t take enough tests.

D.   People today use computers too much.

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