Mai: "Cậu có phiền mang lại tớ mượn xe đạp điện của cậu không?" - Lan: "Không, không phiền tý nào."

- "No, not at all": để đưa ra sự gật đầu đồng ý với cấu trúc "would you mind"

- Yes, let"s: để đưa ra sự gật đầu với lời đề nghị, rủ rê


Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet khổng lồ indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 khổng lồ 30.

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The (26)_____________American watches television for more than four hours a day. A recent study found that children 6 months khổng lồ 6 years old spend on average 2 hours a day watching television, using a computer or playing a video game. That is three times as long as they spend reading or being read to. Television makes children violent & aggressive. (27) _____________to the National Institute of Mental Health, there is a consensus developing among members of the research community that violence on television does (28) _____________to aggressive behaviour by children và teenagers who watch the programs.

Television discourages face-to-face interaction among children or families. Sitting (29) _____________ in front of the television leads khổng lồ weight gain, increasing the chances of diabetes in children & heart disease in adults. Television programs model undesirable behaviour such as drug và alcohol use or (30) _____________relationships. Research indicates that students may be less able to engage in formal descriptions of events or objects than their peers in the past.

Điền vào ô số 26


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

_____________furniture needs supplying for the schools in the whole country will slow down the process of the reform of education.


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

Jacques-Yves Cousteau was an explorer, ecologist, filmmaker, inventor and conservationist. He was a man, who spent nearly his whole life underwater exploring the hidden depths of the ocean and who did more khổng lồ educate the world about the mysteries of the deep sea than any other scientist before or since. He was born in June, 1910 in the village of Saint-André-de- Cubzac, in south western France. Jacques was a sickly boy và spent much of his time in bed, reading books và dreaming about a life at sea. In 1920, Jacques" family moved to thủ đô new york and he was encouraged to lớn start swimming to lớn build up his strength. This was the beginning of his fascination with water và the more he learnt through his own experiences, the more passionate he became about "looking through nature"s keyhole". Nevertheless, his career in underwater exploration came about by accident. After entering France"s naval academy & travelling around the world, he was involved in an almost fatal car accident that left him seriously injured with two broken arms. He began swimming in the Mediterranean Sea to lớn strengthen his arm muscles as part of his recovery process và rediscovered his love of the ocean. Cousteau developed a pair of underwater breathing apparatus to allow him khổng lồ stay underwater for long periods of time. His experiments led khổng lồ the development of the first Aqua¬Lung which was a great commercial success. During World War II, he worked for the French Resistance and experimented with underwater photographic equipment. He helped to get rid of German mines & was awarded the Legion D"Honneur and the Croix de Guerre medals for his bravery. In 1942, he filmed his first underwater film Sixty Feet Down. It was 18 minutes long & was entered in the Cannes Film Festival.

Cousteau developed underwater breathing equipment, _____________.


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

Jacques-Yves Cousteau was an explorer, ecologist, filmmaker, inventor and conservationist. He was a man, who spent nearly his whole life underwater exploring the hidden depths of the ocean and who did more to educate the world about the mysteries of the deep sea than any other scientist before or since. He was born in June, 1910 in the village of Saint-André-de- Cubzac, in south western France. Jacques was a sickly boy và spent much of his time in bed, reading books & dreaming about a life at sea. In 1920, Jacques" family moved to new york and he was encouraged khổng lồ start swimming to lớn build up his strength. This was the beginning of his fascination with water & the more he learnt through his own experiences, the more passionate he became about "looking through nature"s keyhole". Nevertheless, his career in underwater exploration came about by accident. After entering France"s naval academy and travelling around the world, he was involved in an almost fatal car accident that left him seriously injured with two broken arms. He began swimming in the Mediterranean Sea lớn strengthen his arm muscles as part of his recovery process and rediscovered his love of the ocean. Cousteau developed a pair of underwater breathing apparatus to lớn allow him to lớn stay underwater for long periods of time. His experiments led lớn the development of the first Aqua¬Lung which was a great commercial success. During World War II, he worked for the French Resistance & experimented with underwater photographic equipment. He helped lớn get rid of German mines & was awarded the Legion D"Honneur & the Croix de Guerre medals for his bravery. In 1942, he filmed his first underwater film Sixty Feet Down. It was 18 minutes long and was entered in the Cannes Film Festival.

What is the writer trying to vày in the passage?


Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to lớn indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

He was (A) too exhausted (B) that he (C) couldn"t even stand on (D) his feet.


Read the following passage và 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 26 to 30.

The (26)_____________American watches television for more than four hours a day. A recent study found that children 6 months to 6 years old spend on average 2 hours a day watching television, using a computer or playing a đoạn phim game. That is three times as long as they spend reading or being read to. Television makes children violent & aggressive. (27) _____________to the National Institute of Mental Health, there is a consensus developing among members of the research community that violence on television does (28) _____________to aggressive behaviour by children và teenagers who watch the programs.

Television discourages face-to-face interaction among children or families. Sitting (29) _____________ in front of the television leads lớn weight gain, increasing the chances of diabetes in children và heart disease in adults. Television programs mã sản phẩm undesirable behaviour such as drug và alcohol use or (30) _____________relationships. Research indicates that students may be less able to lớn engage in formal descriptions of events or objects than their peers in the past.

Điền vào ô số 29


Read the following passage và mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet khổng lồ indicate the correct answer lớn each of the questions.

Jacques-Yves Cousteau was an explorer, ecologist, filmmaker, inventor và conservationist. He was a man, who spent nearly his whole life underwater exploring the hidden depths of the ocean và who did more lớn educate the world about the mysteries of the deep sea than any other scientist before or since. He was born in June, 1910 in the village of Saint-André-de- Cubzac, in south western France. Jacques was a sickly boy and spent much of his time in bed, reading books & dreaming about a life at sea. In 1920, Jacques" family moved to thành phố new york and he was encouraged to lớn start swimming lớn build up his strength. This was the beginning of his fascination with water và the more he learnt through his own experiences, the more passionate he became about "looking through nature"s keyhole". Nevertheless, his career in underwater exploration came about by accident. After entering France"s naval academy and travelling around the world, he was involved in an almost fatal car accident that left him seriously injured with two broken arms. He began swimming in the Mediterranean Sea to lớn strengthen his arm muscles as part of his recovery process & rediscovered his love of the ocean. Cousteau developed a pair of underwater breathing apparatus khổng lồ allow him khổng lồ stay underwater for long periods of time. His experiments led lớn the development of the first Aqua¬Lung which was a great commercial success. During World War II, he worked for the French Resistance and experimented with underwater photographic equipment. He helped khổng lồ get rid of German mines & was awarded the Legion D"Honneur & the Croix de Guerre medals for his bravery. In 1942, he filmed his first underwater film Sixty Feet Down. It was 18 minutes long và was entered in the Cannes Film Festival.

Being a child, Cousteau had_____________.


Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet khổng lồ indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 khổng lồ 30.

The (26)_____________American watches television for more than four hours a day. A recent study found that children 6 months to lớn 6 years old spend on average 2 hours a day watching television, using a computer or playing a video game. That is three times as long as they spend reading or being read to. Television makes children violent và aggressive. (27) _____________to the National Institute of Mental Health, there is a consensus developing among members of the research community that violence on television does (28) _____________to aggressive behaviour by children & teenagers who watch the programs.

Television discourages face-to-face interaction among children or families. Sitting (29) _____________ in front of the television leads lớn weight gain, increasing the chances of diabetes in children và heart disease in adults. Television programs mã sản phẩm undesirable behaviour such as drug và alcohol use or (30) _____________relationships. Research indicates that students may be less able to engage in formal descriptions of events or objects than their peers in the past.

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Điền vào ô số 27


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


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

The geology of the Earth"s surface is dominated by the particular properties of water. Present on Earth in solid, liquid, and gaseous states, water is exceptionally reactive. It dissolves, transports, and precipitates many chemical compounds & is constantly modifying the face of the Earth.

Evaporated from the oceans, water vapor forms clouds, some of which are transported by wind over the continents. Condensation from the clouds provides the essential agent of continental erosion: rain. Precipitated onto the ground, the water trickles down to form brooks, streams, & rivers, constituting what are called the hydrographic network. This immense polarized network channels the water toward a single receptacle: an ocean. Gravity dominates this entire step in the cycle because water tends to lớn minimize its potential energy by running from high altitudes toward the reference point, that is, sea level.

The rate at which a molecule of water passes though the cycle is not random but is a measure of the relative kích thước of the various reservoirs. If we define residence time as the average time for a water molecule to pass through one of the three reservoirs - atmosphere, continent, và ocean - we see that the times are very different. A water molecule stays, on average, eleven days in the atmosphere, one hundred years on a continent and forty thousand years in the ocean. This last figure shows the importance of the ocean as the principal reservoir of the hydrosphere but also the rapidity of water transport on the continents.

A vast chemical separation process takes places during the flow of water over the continents. Soluble ions such as calcium, sodium, potassium, & some magnesium are dissolved và transported. Insoluble ions such as aluminum, iron, và silicon stay where they are and form the thin, fertile skin of soil on which vegetation can grow. Sometimes soils are destroyed and transported mechanically during flooding. The erosion of the continents thus results from two closely linked & interdependent processes, chemical erosion và mechanical erosion. Their respective interactions và efficiency depend on different factors.

The word "rapidity"" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to_____________.


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

I regret to lớn tell you that a rise in salary is_____________just now.


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

She behaved in a very strange way. That surprised me a lot.


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

Jacques-Yves Cousteau was an explorer, ecologist, filmmaker, inventor & conservationist. He was a man, who spent nearly his whole life underwater exploring the hidden depths of the ocean & who did more lớn educate the world about the mysteries of the deep sea than any other scientist before or since. He was born in June, 1910 in the village of Saint-André-de- Cubzac, in south western France. Jacques was a sickly boy & spent much of his time in bed, reading books và dreaming about a life at sea. In 1920, Jacques" family moved to new york and he was encouraged to start swimming khổng lồ build up his strength. This was the beginning of his fascination with water and the more he learnt through his own experiences, the more passionate he became about "looking through nature"s keyhole". Nevertheless, his career in underwater exploration came about by accident. After entering France"s naval academy and travelling around the world, he was involved in an almost fatal car accident that left him seriously injured with two broken arms. He began swimming in the Mediterranean Sea to strengthen his arm muscles as part of his recovery process & rediscovered his love of the ocean. Cousteau developed a pair of underwater breathing apparatus lớn allow him to stay underwater for long periods of time. His experiments led to the development of the first Aqua¬Lung which was a great commercial success. During World War II, he worked for the French Resistance and experimented with underwater photographic equipment. He helped to lớn get rid of German mines and was awarded the Legion D"Honneur and the Croix de Guerre medals for his bravery. In 1942, he filmed his first underwater film Sixty Feet Down. It was 18 minutes long và was entered in the Cannes Film Festival.

During World War II Cousteau collaborated with_____________.


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 geology of the Earth"s surface is dominated by the particular properties of water. Present on Earth in solid, liquid, & gaseous states, water is exceptionally reactive. It dissolves, transports, & precipitates many chemical compounds và is constantly modifying the face of the Earth.

Evaporated from the oceans, water vapor forms clouds, some of which are transported by wind over the continents. Condensation from the clouds provides the essential agent of continental erosion: rain. Precipitated onto the ground, the water trickles down to khung brooks, streams, và rivers, constituting what are called the hydrographic network. This immense polarized network channels the water toward a single receptacle: an ocean. Gravity dominates this entire step in the cycle because water tends to minimize its potential energy by running from high altitudes toward the reference point, that is, sea level.

The rate at which a molecule of water passes though the cycle is not random but is a measure of the relative kích cỡ of the various reservoirs. If we define residence time as the average time for a water molecule to lớn pass through one of the three reservoirs - atmosphere, continent, & ocean - we see that the times are very different. A water molecule stays, on average, eleven days in the atmosphere, one hundred years on a continent & forty thousand years in the ocean. This last figure shows the importance of the ocean as the principal reservoir of the hydrosphere but also the rapidity of water transport on the continents.

A vast chemical separation process takes places during the flow of water over the continents. Soluble ions such as calcium, sodium, potassium, & some magnesium are dissolved và transported. Insoluble ions such as aluminum, iron, & silicon stay where they are & form the thin, fertile skin of soil on which vegetation can grow. Sometimes soils are destroyed and transported mechanically during flooding. The erosion of the continents thus results from two closely linked & interdependent processes, chemical erosion và mechanical erosion. Their respective interactions & efficiency depend on different factors.

The passage suggests that the purpose of the "hydrographic network" is to_____________


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

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