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1. Read the following passage and choose the best answers.

New York – The “ Big Apple”

Our arrival in New York was spectacular. It’s skyscrapers and the Statue of Liberty make a (1)_________sight. New York has a (2) _________of over seven million and it is probably the world’s most famous city. The inhabitants of the “Big Apple” come from many (3) _________countries. There are more nationalities in New York(4) _________in any other places on the earth. It is also has(5) _________tourists than any other city except London, especially in the summer. (6) _________come from all(7) _________the world and have a wonderful time. There are so many (8) _________for them to get enthusiastic about – whether it’s some of the (9) _________museums in the world or the (10) _________little streets of Greenwich Village.

1. A. sad B. beautiful C. horrible D. cold

2. A. attraction B. impression C. population D. people

3. A. same B. young C. old D. different

4. A. than B. rather C. of D. to

5. A. many B. much C. more D. lots

6. A. Visit B. Visitors C. Workers D. Goers

7. A. in B. from C. over D. of

8. A. attraction B. place C. sights D. area

9. A. good B. better C. best D. nicer

10. A. to charm B. charm C. charmed D. charming

2. Read the following passage and choose the best answers.

Dear Jean,

I’m sorry I (1) _________to you lately, but I have been working hard. When I (2) _________your last letter. I was acting in a play at school, and when I finished that I went on a holiday with some friends. I intended(3)_________you a postcard, but I forgot to take your address with me. How are you getting (4) _________at college? You didn’t (5) _________much about this in your letter. I hope you still like it and don’t work all the time! I’m starting work in London after I (6) _________school in July, and I want to see you then. Do you still want to come and stay (7) _________a few days? I know you are busy, but by the time your term (8) _________, I’ll have started my job. I’ve done so (9) _________things lately! I’ve just learned to drive and my parents sometimes lend me their car, so I often go out with friends. (10) _________I’ll drive to Birmingham and see you one day.

1. A. not write B. haven’t written C. don’t write D. didn’t write

2. A. received B. have received C. receive D. to receive

3. A. sending B. send C. to send D. sent

4. A. up B. over C. on D. with

5. A. talk B. tell C. say D. chat

6. A. leave B. left C. leaved D. leaving

7. A. for B. at C. in D. out

8. A. finished B. finishing C. to finish D. finishes

9. A. much B. many C. a lot D. lots of

10. A. May be B. May being C. Maybe D. May I be

3. Read the following passage and choose the best answers.

Tet is a national and ……………….. (1) festival in Vietnam . It is occasion for every Vietnamese to be reunited to think ……………..(2) their past activities and hope for good luck in the new year.

Before Tet all houses ……………… (3) white washed and …………………. (4) with colorful lights . Everybody is looking ……………………. ( 5 ) to a better life. In the new year’s eve, children are smartly dressed . ……………………. (6) are hoping to receive money put in small red envelopes as they are wishing longevity to ………………. (7) grandparents and parents. Wrong doings should …………………. (8) avoided on these days .

1. A. traditional B. modern C. compulsory D. convenient.

2. A. about B. with C. after D. for

3. A. was B. were C. are D. is

4. A. decorate B. decorating C. to decorate D. decorated

5. A. for B. forward C. after D. at

6. A. them B. who C. these D. they

7. A. his B. her C. my D. their

8. A. take B. not C. we D. be

4. Read and find a suitable word to fill in each numbered blank to complete the following passage

During the teenage years, young people can at times ………..(1) difficult to talk to . They often seem to dislike being questioned. They may seem unwilling………….(2) talk about their work at school. This is a normal development at this …………(3), though it can be very hard for parents to understand. It is part of becoming independent, of teenagers trying to be adult ……………….. (4) they are still growing up. Young people are more willing to talk …….(5)they believe that questions are asked out of real interest and not because people are trying to check up on them.

Parents should do their ………..(6) to talk to their son or daughter about school work and future plans they had………… (7) not push them to talk if they don’t want to. Parents should also watch for the dangerous signs: some young people in …….. (8) to be adult may experiment with alcohol or smoking . Parents need to watch for any signs of unusual behavior which may be connected with these and get help if necessary.

5 . Read the following passage then answer the questions

Tropical rain forests are found in Amazon region of South America, central America, Africa, South and South east Asia. Rain forests are very important to the world’s climate. The Amazon rain forests alone receive about 30 to 40 percent of the total rainfall on the earth and produce about the same percentage of the world’s oxigen. Some scientists believe that the decrease size of rain forests will affect the climate on the earth, making it uncomfortable or even dangerous for life. Saving our rain forests is an international problem. One country, or even a few countries can not solve the problem alone. The nations of the world must work together to find a solution before it is too late.

Questions :

1. Where are the rain forests found ?


2 . How much percent of the world’s oxygen do the Amazon rain forests produce?


3 . How will the decreasing size of rain forests affect the climate on the earth ?


4 . Is saving our rain forests only a national problem ?


6. Read the passage carefully. Then decide whether each of the statements below is TRUE (T), or FALSE (F).

Indonesia is an island nation in Southeast Asia. Its official name is the Republic of Indonesia. It is a member country of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). The country’s total area is 1,904,443 sq km. Like Vietnam and other countries in Southeast Asia, Indonesia enjoys tropical climate. The rupiah is the official monetary unit of Indonesia, consisting of 100 sen.

The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta and it is also the largest city in the country. Other big cities are Bandung, Surabaya, Medan, Palembang… The population in 2004 was about 238,500,000. Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous country after China, India, and the United States. Islam, which is over eighty per cent of the population practice, is the country’s official religion. In addition, there are other religions such as Protestantism, Catholicism, Buddhism, Hinduism…

The national language is Bahasa Indonesia, which is a modified form of Malay. Besides, about 300 other languages and dialects are spoken. English is increasingly used as the language of business.

1. Indonesia is located in Southeast Asia. _____

2. All the countries in Southeast Asia enjoy tropical climate. _____

3. Islam is the only official religion in Indonesia. _____

4. There are more people in Indonesia than in the USA. _____

5. Indonesia is one of the countries of ASEAN. _____

6. The Indonesian unit of currency is sen. _____

7. Islam is the most common religion in Indonesia. _____

8. Bahasa Indonesia is the only language spoken in Indonesia. _____

7. Read the following passage and choose the best answer.

We don’t only choose clothes to make us look…1…., we also use them to tell the world …2….our personality. The clothes we wear and our …3….as a whole give other people useful information about what we think…4….we feel. If we feel cheerful, we usually wear …5….clothes and if we feel …6….we sometimes put on dark clothes. But why do teenagers wear black so…7….? Is it because they feel miserable all …8….? This is unlikely to be the case. It is probably just because it is …9….to wear black, and young people they are real fans of …10…. .

1. A. attract B. attractive C. attractively D. attraction

2. A. of B. with C. by D. about

3. A. appear B. appearance C. appeared D. appearing

4. A. which B. what C. how D. when

5. A. colorful B. colors C. colorfully D. colorless

6. A. depress B. depressed C. depressing D. depression

7. A. frequent B. frequency C. frequently D. frequenty

8. A. the time B. the day C. the week D. the month

9. A. fashion B. fashionable C. fashioner D. fashioned

10. A. fashion B. fashionable C. fashioner D. fashioned

8. Read the following passage and choose the best answers.


Levi Strauss, a young …1… from Germany, arrived in San Francisco in 1850. California was in the middle of the Gold Rush, thousand of men were coming to California to dig for gold. And Levi Strauss came to sell canvas to these …2… . Canvas is heavy fabric. So Levi Strauss thought the miners could use the canvas for tents.

One day Strauss heard a miner …3… that he couldn’t find clothes …4… for the work he was doing. Strauss got an idea. He quickly took some of his canvas and made it …5… pants. These are pants were …6… the miners needed. In on day Strauss sold all the pants he had made.

Strauss wanted to improve his pants. He wanted to make them event better. He bought a fabric that was softer than canvas but just as strong. This fabric came from Nimes, a city in France, and was called serge de Nimes. The miners liked this fabric. They called it “denim” (from de Nimes) and bought even more pants from Strauss.

However, denim had …7…. Because of this the denim pants did not look interesting and they got dirty easily. To solve these problems, Strauss made the denim blue.

Strauss continued to improve his jeans. Today, the company he started is known around the world. ms, Strauss made the denim blueesting and they got dirty easily. to

1. A. immigrate B. immigrant C. immigrated D. migrate

2. A. gold mines B. gold mining C. gold miners D. mining gold

3. A. complain B. tell C. ask D. talk

4. A. enough strong B. strong enough C. strength D. strength enough

5. A. from B. for C. into D. to

6. A. that B. what C. which D. No word is needed

7. A. colorful B. colorless C. no color D. color

8. The word “ to improve” means________.

A. to make better B. to find more C. to take care D. to look after

9. The phrase “ around the world” means_________.

A. outside the world B. the world over C. near the world D. worldwide

10. People like jeans because they are__________.

A. practical B. fashionable C. colorful D. A and B

9. Read the passage. Write T for true sentences, F for false sentences and N for the sentences containing no information.

It is great to have pen pals. In my opinion, friendship is among the meaningful relations in our life. Many of my friends have pen pals and they correspond regularly. A friend of mine once got a letter from the school mailbox and told me a lot of interesting things about her pen pal. That made me excited and I was eager to have one. Therefore, I got online and did some chatting. I was lucky to get to know a very nice Australian girl. Her name’s Jenny. She and I are the same age and we have a lot of things in common.

Although my English was not very good at first, we were able to understand each other quite well. My English has improved a lot. Jenny has never been to Viet Nam. However, she thinks well of our country and our people. When she comes to Viet Nam, I will take her to some interesting places, especially our World Heritage Sites, such as Ha Long Bay, Hoi An Ancient Town, My- Son Tower. Through her mail, she tells me about her country. Thanks to Jenny, I know more and more about Australia. I hope to be an exchange student in Australia some day and we will be able to meet.

1. The writer’s English is now better than before. _____

2. The writer has ‘never been to Australia. _____

3. Australia doesn’t have as many World Heritage Sites as Viet Nam. _____

4. The pen pal mentioned is as old as the writer. _____

5. They correspond in Vietnamese. _____

10. Multiple-choice cloze:

I first met Maryam at a farewell party (1)_____ by Lan two years ago. Her charming face caught my attention. We exchanged greetings and became friends. Since then we have kept (2)_____ touch and shared our common interests. Maryam is two years older (3)_____ I am. She is in grade 12 in a senior high school. She works her hardest and always comes top in her class. She especially loves (4)_____ sciences.

I am proud (5)_____ have a pen pal (6)_____ her. I hope our friendship will last forever. I always remember her parting words, “This moment has become unforgettable for me. I will be thinking about you. Mai.” And this morning I got a letter (7)_____ her. She said that she would come to Viet Nam next summer vacation. I am looking forward to (8)_____ her again. I am thinking of a plan for what we are going to do during her visit.

1. A hold B held C holding D was held

2. A with B at C on D in

3. A than B as C like D as well as

4. A natural B nature C naturally D naturalize

5. A of B with C to D in

6. A as B alike C liking D like

7. A from B with C to D by

8. A see B seeing C seen D saw

11. Choose A, B, C or D to complete the following passage:

Clothes can tell a lot (1)………a person. Some people like very colorful clothes because they want everyone (2)…………at them and they want to be the center of things. (3)………. People like to wear nice clothes, but their clothes are not (4)…………..or fancy. They do not like people (5)………….. Clothes today are very different (6)………… the clothes of the 1800s.

One difference is the way they look. For example, in the 1800s, all women (7)………… dress. The dresses all had long skirts. But today, women do not always wear dresses with skirts. Sometimes they wear short skirts. Sometimes they wear pants. Another difference between 1800 and today is the (8)…….. In the 1800s, clothes (9)………… natural kinds of cloth. They were from cotton, wool, silk on linen. But today, there are (10)………. Kinds of man made cloth. A lot of clothes are now made from nylon, rayon or polyester.

1. A. about B. at C. with D. on

2. A. look B. to look C. looked D. looking

3. A. each other B. another C. others D. other

4. A. color B. colorfully C. colorful D. colored

5. A. to look at them B. to looking at them C. looking at them D. looked at them

6. A. at B. to C. from D. in

7. A. wear B. worn C. wore D. wearing

8. A. cloth B. clothing C. clothe D. clothes

9. A. were made only by B. were made only of C. were made only in D. were made only from

10. A. many B. much C. any D. a little

12. Read the following passage and choose the best answers.

Lucky survivors

A couple from Miami, Bill and Simon Butler, (1)……………..…sixty-six days in a life-raft in the sea of central America after their yacht sank. They survived in very good(2)……….….. Twenty-one days after they left Panama in their yacht, they met some whales. “ They started to hit the side of the boat”, said Bill, “and then (3)……………. we heard water.”

Two minutes (4)…………….., the yacht was sinking. They jumped into the life-raft and watched the boat go (5)……………the water. For twenty days they had (6)…………..… of food, biscuits, and bottle of water. They also had a fishing-line and a machine to make salt water into drinking water, two things which (7)………….… their lives. They caught eight to ten fish a day and ate them raw. Then the line broke. “ So we had no more fish (8)………….…something very strange happened. Some sharks came to feed and the fish under the raft were afraid and came to the surface. I caught them with my hands.”

About twenty ships (9)………………them, but no one saw them. After fifty days at sea their life-raft was beginning to break up. Then suddenly it was all over. A fishing brat saw them and (10)………….…them up their two months at sea was over.

1. A. took up B. went C. spent D. occupied

2. A. condition B. way C. manner D. state

3. A. occasionally B. suddenly C. quickly D. clearly

4. A. later B. after C. soon D. passing

5. A. in B. down C. under D. below

6. A. containers B. tins C. boxes D. packages

7. A. rescued B. helped C. maintained D. saved

8. A. until B. when C. as D. that

9. A. went round B. moved near C. traveled D. passed

10. A. took B. pull C. picked D. moved

13. Read the text then choose the best answer to complete the blanks


Paul had a very exciting summer holiday this year. His French pen-friend invited him to visit her family in the south of France. Paul(1)…………….by plane from London to Paris. Marie, his French friend,(2)……………. him in Paris and together they took a train from Paris to Marseilles. Marseilles is the(3)……………. where Marie’s family lives. It is a very large port. A lot of people live in Marseilles and (4)…………….are many interesting shops and cafes there. Paul started French at school two years ago and he spoke French all the time with Marie and her family. (5)……………..it was very difficult for him but soon it became(6)…………….easier. One day Marie and her parents(7)……………. Paul for a picnic in the mountains. They climbed a big hill . From the top of the hill, they had a wonderful(8)……………. In the (9)……………. they could see the sea. Paul was very sad when it was time to go back to London and school. He is already looking (10)…………….. to next summer when Marie is going to spend her holidays with his family in England.

1. A. got B. moved C. went D. transferred

2. A. met B. saw C. took D. greeted

3. A. country B. town C. capital D. village

4. A. they B. those C. these D. there

5. A. At first B. At beginning C. At starting D. At first time

6. A. much B. so C. too D. extremely

7. A. brought B. took C. carried D. got

8. A. view B. sight C. scene D. scenery

9. A. space B. air C. distance D. way

10. A. through B. forward C. on D. out

14: Read the passage below then pick out ONE best option (A, B, C or D . to complete each of the following sentences:

Britain is now a highly industrialized country and there are only 238,000 farms in the UK. More and more farmers leave the land because they can not earn enough money to survive. Only large farms are economic and because of this most British farm are big. They usually grow cereals in the east of England and raise sheep and cowsin the north of England and Scotland. The small family farms often have to earn more money by offering bed and breakfast accommodation to tourists.

Farming methods in Britain have also changed. Fields used to be quite small, divided by hedges which were sometimes a thousand years old and full of wild flowers and birds. Many hedges were pulled up to allow farmers to use modern machinery. Now most fields in England are large by European standards.

1. British farmers give up working on their farms because________ .

A. they are tired of the farm work B. they can’t earn their own living by farmingC. they want to continue to live D. they are forced to leave the land

2. Most British farms are big because_________ .

A. there are plenty of abandoned land B. farming is now industrializedC. small farms are uneconomic D. most British farmers are rich

3.The small family farms often offer bed and breakfast accommodation to tourists ______.

A. to show their friendshipB. because they want to have more tourists to their farmsC. in order to improve their earningsD. so that the tourists will return in their farm the next time

4. Fields on British farms were __________ .

A. separated from each other by hedges B. full of wild flowers and birdsC. a thousand years oldD. all are correct

5. Which of the following sentences is not true?

A. Industries are developed in BritainB. Breeding farms are usually in the north of EnglandC. Many hedges are pulled down for farmers to ex pand their farmsD. Most fields in England are now larger than they used to be

15. Choose A, B, C or D to complete the following passage.

My village is about 50 kilometers (1.________ the city center. It is very beautiful and (2.________________.. place where people (3.________________ flowers and vegetables only. It’s very famous for its pretty roses and picturesque (4.________. . The air is quite (5.________…..; however, the smell of the roses make people (6.________________. Cool. In spring, my villages looks lie a carpet with plenty of (7.________….. . Tourists come to visit it so often. Nowadays, with electricity, it doesn’t take the (8.________________ much time to water the roses. And even at night, people can (9.________…. Along the path and enjoy the fresh smell (10.________ the flowers.

1. A. on B. for C. from D. since

2. A. peace B. peaceful C. peacefully D. quite

3. A. grow B. buy C. grew D. bought

4. A. scenery B. sneces C. sceens D. scenes

5. A. cool B. fresh C. clear D. clean

6. A. felt B. to feel C. feel D. feeling

7. A. colors B. colorful C. spots D. styles

8. A. villages B. towns C. villagers D. city- dwellers

9. A. waked B. walked C. walked D. walking

10. A. on B. of C. in D. at

16. Choose A, B, C or D to complete the following passage.

When our class teacher suggested an excursion (1)________ the last June holidays, we chose the Botanic Garden, the place we all wanted (2)_______ All the boys and girls of the class assembled in our school one day and started our bus journey at 9;00 AM. As soon as we arrived t the garden, our teacher took us to an open grass patch and told us about the program for the day. The Botanic Garden has a variety of flowers and trees, each and everyone is (3)_____ the air was very cool and clean, so we (4)_____ Very refreshed. It was so pleasing to see the well cut grass, hedges and flowering plants all around.

Our teacher (5)_______us about the history of the botanic Garden. We spent some time (6)____ jokes and telling stories. After that we had lunch .The some of us played games while others went out to collect seeds of flowers. Our teacher (7)_____ a few photographs of us in the garden(8)_______ About 4;00 PM, we returned home.

1. A. on B. at C. during D. to

2. A. visit B. to visit C. visiting D. visited

3. A. label B. labeling C. labeled D. to label

4. A. feel B. fall C. fell D. felt

5. A. told B. said C. asked D. advised

6. A. crack B. cracking C. to crack D. cracked

7. A. carries B. laid C. had D. took

8. A. at B. On C. In D. Among

17. Choose A, B, C or D to complete the following passage.

Last Sunday, Nam went (1)____________excursion (2)________..Oxford. He got (3) ______ early and took a bus, so he arrived on time. (4)________ the morning, he visited the National Gallery, Big Ben and the Hyde Park. In the afternoon, he bought a dictionary and a small disc (5)________The word “Oxford University”. He met some English students (6)________ the bookshop. He was happy (7)________ practice speaking English (8)_________many foreigners. Although he felt tired, he all had a nice day.

1. A. to B. on C. at D. in

2. A. for B. at C. to D. in

3. A. at B. in C. up D. to

4. A. For B. In C. On D. At

5. A. in B. among C. by D. with

6. A. to B. on C. at D. in

7. A. to B. in C. on D. by

8. A. with B. on C. in D. to


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