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Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. lost
B. water
C. more
D. north
Question 2:A. coast
B. broad
C. boat

D. alone
Question 3:A. alarm
B. allow
C. asleep
D. aspect
Question 4:A. worked
B. watched
C. crooked
D. missed
Question 5:A. cup
B. bush
C. brush
D. bus
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 6:A. pioneer
B. volunteer
C. committee
D. guarantee
Question 7:A. disaster
B. epidemic
C. tsunami
D. emergency
Question 8:A. temporarily B. unfortunately
C. participate
D. regrettable
Question 9:A. severe
B. humane
C. tragic
D. pollute
Question 10:A. heritage
B. tournament
C. physician
D. continent
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
The Security Council is the most powerful ...(11)... in the UN. It is responsible for maintaining international peace, and
for ...(12)... peace when conflicts arise. Its decisions are binding on all UN members and have the force of international law.
The Security Council has the ...(13)... to define what is a threat to security, to determine how the UN should respond, and to
enforce its decisions by ordering UN members to take certain ...(14).... For example, the Council may impose economic
sanctions, such as halting trade with a country it considers an aggressor.
The Security' Council has 15 members, 5 of which hold permanent scats. The General Assembly elects the other 10

members for ...(15)... two-year terms. The 5 permanent members - the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia
(formerly the Soviet Union), and China - have the most power. These nations were the winning ...(16)... at the end of World
War II, and they still represent the bulk of the world’s military might. Decisions of the Council require nine votes. But any
one of the permanent members can veto an important decision. This authority is known ...(17)... the veto right of the great
powers. As a result, the Council is effective only when its permanent members can reach a consensus. Beginning in the
1990s, increased cooperation between the United States and Russia ...(18)... the council to become more effective.
In recent years, there has been growing ...(19)... over which countries should have permanent seats on the Council. Some
nations believe that other countries beside the original five should be included. For example, Japan and Germany are
powerful countries that pay large membership dues and make substantial contributions to the UN, ...(20)... they do not have
permanent seats. There is no easy solution to this problem.
Question 11:A. agency B. A and D
C. office
D. body
Question 12:A. restoring B. maintaining
C. making
D. keeping
Question 13:A. function B. power
C. authority
D. All are correct
Question 14:A. acts
B. action
C. actions
D. act
Question 15:A. changing B. turning
C. rotating
D. exchanging
Question 16:A. soldiers B. fronts
C. groups
D. powers
Question 17:A. of
B. for
C. as
D. about
Question 18:A. promised B. enabled
C. made
D. let
Question 19:A. quarrel B. conflict
C. struggle
D. controversy
Question 20:A. yet
B. however
C. therefore
D. so
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) encourages and coordinates sound environmental practices
throughout the world. It grapples with ways to approach environmental problems on an international level, provides expertise
to member countries, monitors environmental conditions worldwide, develops environmental standards, and recommends
alternative energy sources. UNEP's work is guided by principles adopted at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and
Development, also known as the Earth Summit. The summit, which took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the largest such
conference ever held, attracting with more than 100 national leaders.
The major theme of the 1992 Earth Summit was sustainable economic development, meaning development that does not
use up or destroy so many of the world's natural resources that it cannot be sustained over time. The meeting produced an
overall plan, called Agenda 21, in which large developing countries promised to develop their industries with a protecting
Industrialized countries pledged to help them do that. The Earth Summit also produced major treaties on biodiversity and
global warming, although the latter treaty lacked enforcement provisions.
In 2002, UNEP sponsored the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. This
conference sought to help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment. But progress on
environmental issues is slow because proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against
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those of richer industrialized nations. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial
base, while industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
Question 21: Why is progress on environmental issues slow?
A. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
B. Proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against those of richer industrialized
nations.
C. All are correct.
D. Industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
Question 22: What are the aims of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)?
A. To encourage developing countries to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
B. To help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment.
C. To encourage and coordinate sound environmental practices throughout the world.
D. To encourage developed countries to cut wastes.
Question 23: What are the major themes of the Earth Summit?
A. All are correct.
B. It produced major treaties on biodiversity and global warming.
C. Development does not use up or destroy so many of the world’s natural resources that it cannot be sustained over
time.
D. Large developing countries promise to develop their industries with an eye toward protecting the environment.
Question 24: In the Earth Summit in 1992, what was passed?
A. The charters of UNEP.
B. The principles of UNEP.
C. The aims of UNEP.
D. The action plans of UNEP.
Question 25: What may the phrase “with an eye to” in paragraph 3 be probably mean?
A. Examining something carefully
B. Having good eyesight.
C. Having the eye contact.
D. With the intention of.
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 26: John ran into Mark downtown last week.
A. John had to run downtown last week.
B. John injured Mark last week.
C. John met Mark downtown unexpectedly.
D. John went downtown to exercise.
Question 27: The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.
A. There was not enough time to hold the meeting.
B. The meeting lasted much longer than usual.
C. The meeting started earlier because people wanted to leave early.
D. The meeting was planned to start late because of time pressure.
Question 28: I'm going to do away with these clothes.
A. I'm going to wash these clothes.
B. I'm going to discard these clothes.
C. I’m going to keep these clothes.
D. I'm going to wear these clothes.
Question 29: When I told Mark the news, he blew up.
A. Mark became curious as I told him the news.
B. Mark became nervous as I told him the news.
C. Mark became angry as he heard the news.
D. Mark became worried as he heard the news.
Question 30: The company turned down Bill's offer.
A. The company rejected Bill's offer.
B. The company acceded Bill’s offer.
C. The company offered Bill’s offer.
D. The company discussed Bill’s offer.
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 31: Since opened his new business, John has been working 12 hours a day.
A. Since
B. has been
C. a day
D. opened
Question 32: Her life was changed completely when she won the lottery.
A. completely
B. was changed
C. won
D. the
Question 33: The road used to be narrow in the past but now it has widened.
A. in
B. The
C. has widened
D. used
Question 34: Keep walk until you see the bank ahead of you.
A. see
B. ahead of
C. walk
D. until
Question 35: Floods cause of billions of dollars' worth of property damage annually.
A. worth
B. annually
C. cause of
D. property damage
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 36: He backed the truck......the edge of the cliff.
A. away from
B. from away
C. out from
D. from off
Question 37: The tax increases will certainly......the poor.
A. B and C
B. have a bad effect on
C. hit
D. hit on
Question 38: The government has declared a.......of emergency following the earthquake.
A. state
B. situation
C. occasion
D. condition
Question 39: The police backed the angry crowd......with their horses and bullhorns.
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A. away
B. out
C. off
Question 40: The owner broke......the team by trading its best players to other teams.
A. up
B. off
C.in
Question 41: The war.......disaster to local people.
A. brought
B. gave
C. A and D
Question 42: Yon must set realistic......for yourself.
A. aims and objectives
B. aims and goals
C. aims and objects
Question 43: The new mayor will bring.......a change in local government policies.
A. up
B. about
C. with
Question 44: Parents bring.......their kids the best way they know how.
A. off
B. with
C. about
Question 45: All the arrangements are now in......for their visit.
A. site
B. place
C. sight
Question 46: Many people wish that they could bring the good old days.......
A. back
B. in
C. on
Question 47: He asked her......., but she said she already had a boyfriend.
A. off
B. in
C. out
Question 48: I le managed to.......disaster by steering into a pile of sand.
A. avert
B. All are correct
C. prevent
Question 49: The couple broke......their engagement after they had a huge argument.
A. off
B. over
C. away
Question 50: They're.......an appeal to raise money for famine victims.
A. launching
B. lodging
C. winning

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D. up
D. out
D. caused
D. goals and objectives
D. out
D. up
D. view
D. up
D. on
D. avoid
D. up
D. giving


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ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
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MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 653
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. asleep
B. alarm
C. aspect
D. allow
Question 2:A. north
B. lost
C. water
D. more
Question 3:A. watched
B. crooked
C. missed
D. worked
Question 4:A. bush
B. bus
C. brush
D. cup
Question 5:A. broad
B. coast
C. boat
D. alone
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) encourages and coordinates sound environmental practices
throughout the world. It grapples with ways to approach environmental problems on an international level, provides expertise
to member countries, monitors environmental conditions worldwide, develops environmental standards, and recommends
alternative energy sources. UNEP's work is guided by principles adopted at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and
Development, also known as the Earth Summit. The summit, which took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the largest such
conference ever held, attracting with more than 100 national leaders.
The major theme of the 1992 Earth Summit was sustainable economic development, meaning development that does not
use up or destroy so many of the world's natural resources that it cannot be sustained over time. The meeting produced an
overall plan, called Agenda 21, in which large developing countries promised to develop their industries with a protecting
Industrialized countries pledged to help them do that. The Earth Summit also produced major treaties on biodiversity and
global warming, although the latter treaty lacked enforcement provisions.
In 2002, UNEP sponsored the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. This
conference sought to help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment. But progress on
environmental issues is slow because proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against
those of richer industrialized nations. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial
base, while industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
Question 6: What are the aims of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)?
A. To encourage developed countries to cut wastes.
B. To encourage developing countries to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
C. To encourage and coordinate sound environmental practices throughout the world.
D. To help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment.
Question 7: What are the major themes of the Earth Summit?
A. It produced major treaties on biodiversity and global warming.
B. All are correct.
C. Large developing countries promise to develop their industries with an eye toward protecting the environment.
D. Development does not use up or destroy so many of the world’s natural resources that it cannot be sustained over
time.
Question 8: What may the phrase “with an eye to” in paragraph 3 be probably mean?
A. Examining something carefully
B. Having good eyesight.
C. Having the eye contact.
D. With the intention of.
Question 9: In the Earth Summit in 1992, what was passed?
A. The principles of UNEP.
B. The action plans of UNEP.
C. The aims of UNEP.
D. The charters of UNEP.
Question 10: Why is progress on environmental issues slow?
A. Proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against those of richer industrialized
nations.
B. All are correct.
C. Industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
D. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 11: The road used to be narrow in the past but now it has widened.
A. The
B. in
C. used
D. has widened
Question 12: Floods cause of billions of dollars' worth of property damage annually.
A. cause of
B. annually
C. worth
D. property damage
Question 13: Keep walk until you see the bank ahead of you.
A. until
B. walk
C. ahead of
D. see
Question 14: Her life was changed completely when she won the lottery.
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A. was changed
B. completely
C. the
D. won
Question 15: Since opened his new business, John has been working 12 hours a day.
A. opened
B. has been
C. a day
D. Since
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
The Security Council is the most powerful ...(16)... in the UN. It is responsible for maintaining international peace, and
for ...(17)... peace when conflicts arise. Its decisions are binding on all UN members and have the force of international law.
The Security Council has the ...(18)... to define what is a threat to security, to determine how the UN should respond, and to
enforce its decisions by ordering UN members to take certain ...(19).... For example, the Council may impose economic
sanctions, such as halting trade with a country it considers an aggressor.
The Security' Council has 15 members, 5 of which hold permanent scats. The General Assembly elects the other 10
members for ...(20)... two-year terms. The 5 permanent members - the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia
(formerly the Soviet Union), and China - have the most power. These nations were the winning ...(21)... at the end of World
War II, and they still represent the bulk of the world’s military might. Decisions of the Council require nine votes. But any
one of the permanent members can veto an important decision. This authority is known ...(22)... the veto right of the great
powers. As a result, the Council is effective only when its permanent members can reach a consensus. Beginning in the
1990s, increased cooperation between the United States and Russia ...(23)... the council to become more effective.
In recent years, there has been growing ...(24)... over which countries should have permanent seats on the Council. Some
nations believe that other countries beside the original five should be included. For example, Japan and Germany are
powerful countries that pay large membership dues and make substantial contributions to the UN, ...(25)... they do not have
permanent seats. There is no easy solution to this problem.
Question 16:A. agency
B. body
C. A and B
D. office
Question 17:A. maintainingB. making
C. restoring
D. keeping
Question 18:A. All are correct B. power
C. authority
D. function
Question 19:A. action
B. actions
C. act
D. acts
Question 20:A. exchanging B. turning
C. changing
D. rotating
Question 21:A. fronts
B. soldiers
C. groups
D. powers
Question 22:A. for
B. about
C. of
D. as
Question 23:A. enabled
B. let
C. promised
D. made
Question 24:A. struggle
B. controversy
C. conflict
D. quarrel
Question 25:A. however B. so
C. yet
D. therefore
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 26: John ran into Mark downtown last week.
A. John injured Mark last week.
B. John went downtown to exercise.
C. John had to run downtown last week.
D. John met Mark downtown unexpectedly.
Question 27: I'm going to do away with these clothes.
A. I'm going to wash these clothes.
B. I’m going to keep these clothes.
C. I'm going to wear these clothes.
D. I'm going to discard these clothes.
Question 28: The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.
A. The meeting was planned to start late because of time pressure.
B. The meeting started earlier because people wanted to leave early.
C. The meeting lasted much longer than usual.
D. There was not enough time to hold the meeting.
Question 29: When I told Mark the news, he blew up.
A. Mark became angry as he heard the news.
B. Mark became worried as he heard the news.
C. Mark became nervous as I told him the news.
D. Mark became curious as I told him the news.
Question 30: The company turned down Bill's offer.
A. The company acceded Bill’s offer.
B. The company offered Bill’s offer.
C. The company rejected Bill's offer.
D. The company discussed Bill’s offer.
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 31:A. emergency B. disaster
C. epidemic
D. tsunami
Question 32:A. volunteer B. committee
C. guarantee
D. pioneer
Question 33:A. pollute B. humane
C. severe
D. tragic
Question 34:A. regrettable B. unfortunately
C. participate
D. temporarily
Question 35:A. continent B. heritage
C. physician
D. tournament
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 36: Many people wish that they could bring the good old days.......
A. on
B. back
C. up
D. in
Question 37: The owner broke......the team by trading its best players to other teams.
A. off
B. up
C. out
D.in
Question 38: I le managed to.......disaster by steering into a pile of sand.
A. prevent
B. All are correct
C. avoid
D. avert
Question 39: Parents bring.......their kids the best way they know how.
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A. up
B. about
C. off
Question 40: He backed the truck......the edge of the cliff.
A. from off
B. away from
C. out from
Question 41: The war.......disaster to local people.
A. caused
B. A and D
C. gave
Question 42: The new mayor will bring.......a change in local government policies.
A. up
B. about
C. with
Question 43: The government has declared a.......of emergency following the earthquake.
A. condition
B. situation
C. state
Question 44: They're.......an appeal to raise money for famine victims.
A. winning
B. giving
C. lodging
Question 45: The tax increases will certainly......the poor.
A. have a bad effect on B. hit on
C. hit
Question 46: The couple broke......their engagement after they had a huge argument.
A. away
B. up
C. over
Question 47: All the arrangements are now in......for their visit.
A. view
B. place
C. site
Question 48: The police backed the angry crowd......with their horses and bullhorns.
A. out
B. away
C. up
Question 49: Yon must set realistic......for yourself.
A. aims and objects
B. aims and goals
C. aims and objectives
Question 50: He asked her......., but she said she already had a boyfriend.
A. on
B. off
C. in

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D. with
D. from away
D. brought
D. out
D. occasion
D. launching
D. A and C
D. off
D. sight
D. off
D. goals and objectives
D. out


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Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. worked
B. missed
C. crooked
D. watched
Question 2:A. bus
B. cup
C. bush
D. brush
Question 3:A. broad
B. boat
C. alone
D. coast
Question 4:A. lost
B. water
C. north
D. more
Question 5:A. asleep
B. allow
C. aspect
D. alarm
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 6: Floods cause of billions of dollars' worth of property damage annually.
A. cause of
B. annually
C. property damage
D. worth
Question 7: The road used to be narrow in the past but now it has widened.
A. used
B. in
C. has widened
D. The
Question 8: Her life was changed completely when she won the lottery.
A. completely
B. won
C. the
D. was changed
Question 9: Keep walk until you see the bank ahead of you.
A. ahead of
B. walk
C. until
D. see
Question 10: Since opened his new business, John has been working 12 hours a day.
A. a day
B. has been
C. Since
D. opened
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 11: The couple broke......their engagement after they had a huge argument.
A. off
B. away
C. over
D. up
Question 12: The police backed the angry crowd......with their horses and bullhorns.
A. off
B. away
C. up
D. out
Question 13: They're.......an appeal to raise money for famine victims.
A. launching
B. giving
C. winning
D. lodging
Question 14: He backed the truck......the edge of the cliff.
A. from off
B. away from
C. from away
D. out from
Question 15: Many people wish that they could bring the good old days.......
A. on
B. up
C. in
D. back
Question 16: The new mayor will bring.......a change in local government policies.
A. with
B. about
C. up
D. out
Question 17: The war.......disaster to local people.
A. brought
B. A and D
C. gave
D. caused
Question 18: Yon must set realistic......for yourself.
A. goals and objectives B. aims and objects
C. aims and objectives
D. aims and goals
Question 19: The owner broke......the team by trading its best players to other teams.
A.in
B. up
C. off
D. out
Question 20: All the arrangements are now in......for their visit.
A. view
B. site
C. place
D. sight
Question 21: The tax increases will certainly......the poor.
A. C and D
B. hit on
C. hit
D. have a bad effect on
Question 22: The government has declared a.......of emergency following the earthquake.
A. state
B. occasion
C. situation
D. condition
Question 23: Parents bring.......their kids the best way they know how.
A. off
B. up
C. with
D. about
Question 24: He asked her......., but she said she already had a boyfriend.
A. out
B. off
C. on
D. in
Question 25: I le managed to.......disaster by steering into a pile of sand.
A. prevent
B. avert
C. All are correct
D. avoid
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 26:A. tsunami B. emergency
C. disaster
D. epidemic
Question 27:A. committee B. guarantee
C. volunteer
D. pioneer
Question 28:A. temporarily B. regrettable
C. unfortunately
D. participate
Question 29:A. severe B. pollute
C. tragic
D. humane
Question 30:A. heritage B. tournament
C. continent
D. physician
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Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
The Security Council is the most powerful ...(31)... in the UN. It is responsible for maintaining international peace, and
for ...(32)... peace when conflicts arise. Its decisions are binding on all UN members and have the force of international law.
The Security Council has the ...(33)... to define what is a threat to security, to determine how the UN should respond, and to
enforce its decisions by ordering UN members to take certain ...(34).... For example, the Council may impose economic
sanctions, such as halting trade with a country it considers an aggressor.
The Security' Council has 15 members, 5 of which hold permanent scats. The General Assembly elects the other 10
members for ...(35)... two-year terms. The 5 permanent members - the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia
(formerly the Soviet Union), and China - have the most power. These nations were the winning ...(36)... at the end of World
War II, and they still represent the bulk of the world’s military might. Decisions of the Council require nine votes. But any
one of the permanent members can veto an important decision. This authority is known ...(37)... the veto right of the great
powers. As a result, the Council is effective only when its permanent members can reach a consensus. Beginning in the
1990s, increased cooperation between the United States and Russia ...(38)... the council to become more effective.
In recent years, there has been growing ...(39)... over which countries should have permanent seats on the Council. Some
nations believe that other countries beside the original five should be included. For example, Japan and Germany are
powerful countries that pay large membership dues and make substantial contributions to the UN, ...(40)... they do not have
permanent seats. There is no easy solution to this problem.
Question 31:A. office
B. C and D
C. agency
D. body
Question 32:A. keeping
B. restoring
C. making
D. maintaining
Question 33:A. power
B. function
C. authority
D. All are correct
Question 34:A. acts
B. actions
C. act
D. action
Question 35:A. changing B. rotating
C. exchanging
D. turning
Question 36:A. groups
B. fronts
C. powers
D. soldiers
Question 37:A. for
B. as
C. of
D. about
Question 38:A. promised B. let
C. made
D. enabled
Question 39:A. struggle
B. quarrel
C. controversy
D. conflict
Question 40:A. however B. yet
C. therefore
D. so
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 41: The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.
A. There was not enough time to hold the meeting.
B. The meeting lasted much longer than usual.
C. The meeting started earlier because people wanted to leave early.
D. The meeting was planned to start late because of time pressure.
Question 42: I'm going to do away with these clothes.
A. I'm going to wear these clothes.
B. I’m going to keep these clothes.
C. I'm going to discard these clothes.
D. I'm going to wash these clothes.
Question 43: When I told Mark the news, he blew up.
A. Mark became angry as he heard the news.
B. Mark became worried as he heard the news.
C. Mark became curious as I told him the news.
D. Mark became nervous as I told him the news.
Question 44: The company turned down Bill's offer.
A. The company rejected Bill's offer.
B. The company offered Bill’s offer.
C. The company discussed Bill’s offer.
D. The company acceded Bill’s offer.
Question 45: John ran into Mark downtown last week.
A. John had to run downtown last week.
B. John went downtown to exercise.
C. John met Mark downtown unexpectedly.
D. John injured Mark last week.
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) encourages and coordinates sound environmental practices
throughout the world. It grapples with ways to approach environmental problems on an international level, provides expertise
to member countries, monitors environmental conditions worldwide, develops environmental standards, and recommends
alternative energy sources. UNEP's work is guided by principles adopted at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and
Development, also known as the Earth Summit. The summit, which took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the largest such
conference ever held, attracting with more than 100 national leaders.
The major theme of the 1992 Earth Summit was sustainable economic development, meaning development that does not
use up or destroy so many of the world's natural resources that it cannot be sustained over time. The meeting produced an
overall plan, called Agenda 21, in which large developing countries promised to develop their industries with a protecting
Industrialized countries pledged to help them do that. The Earth Summit also produced major treaties on biodiversity and
global warming, although the latter treaty lacked enforcement provisions.
In 2002, UNEP sponsored the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. This
conference sought to help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment. But progress on
environmental issues is slow because proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against
those of richer industrialized nations. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial
base, while industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
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Question 46: In the Earth Summit in 1992, what was passed?
A. The principles of UNEP.
B. The action plans of UNEP.
C. The aims of UNEP.
D. The charters of UNEP.
Question 47: Why is progress on environmental issues slow?
A. Proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against those of richer industrialized
nations.
B. All are correct.
C. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
D. Industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
Question 48: What are the aims of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)?
A. To help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment.
B. To encourage and coordinate sound environmental practices throughout the world.
C. To encourage developed countries to cut wastes.
D. To encourage developing countries to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
Question 49: What are the major themes of the Earth Summit?
A. It produced major treaties on biodiversity and global warming.
B. Large developing countries promise to develop their industries with an eye toward protecting the environment.
C. All are correct.
D. Development does not use up or destroy so many of the world’s natural resources that it cannot be sustained over
time.
Question 50: What may the phrase “with an eye to” in paragraph 3 be probably mean?
A. Having the eye contact.
B. With the intention of.
C. Examining something carefully
D. Having good eyesight.

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Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. north
B. water
C. more
D. lost
Question 2:A. boat
B. broad
C. alone
D. coast
Question 3:A. bus
B. bush
C. cup
D. brush
Question 4:A. allow
B. asleep
C. aspect
D. alarm
Question 5:A. worked
B. watched
C. crooked
D. missed
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 6:A. humane
B. severe
C. tragic
D. pollute
Question 7:A. disaster
B. tsunami
C. emergency
D. epidemic
Question 8:A. guarantee B. volunteer
C. committee
D. pioneer
Question 9:A. heritage
B. tournament
C. physician
D. continent
Question 10:A. regrettable B. unfortunately
C. participate
D. temporarily
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) encourages and coordinates sound environmental practices
throughout the world. It grapples with ways to approach environmental problems on an international level, provides expertise
to member countries, monitors environmental conditions worldwide, develops environmental standards, and recommends
alternative energy sources. UNEP's work is guided by principles adopted at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and
Development, also known as the Earth Summit. The summit, which took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the largest such
conference ever held, attracting with more than 100 national leaders.
The major theme of the 1992 Earth Summit was sustainable economic development, meaning development that does not
use up or destroy so many of the world's natural resources that it cannot be sustained over time. The meeting produced an
overall plan, called Agenda 21, in which large developing countries promised to develop their industries with a protecting
Industrialized countries pledged to help them do that. The Earth Summit also produced major treaties on biodiversity and
global warming, although the latter treaty lacked enforcement provisions.
In 2002, UNEP sponsored the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. This
conference sought to help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment. But progress on
environmental issues is slow because proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against
those of richer industrialized nations. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial
base, while industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
Question 11: What may the phrase “with an eye to” in paragraph 3 be probably mean?
A. With the intention of.
B. Examining something carefully
C. Having good eyesight.
D. Having the eye contact.
Question 12: What are the major themes of the Earth Summit?
A. Large developing countries promise to develop their industries with an eye toward protecting the environment.
B. Development does not use up or destroy so many of the world’s natural resources that it cannot be sustained over
time.
C. All are correct.
D. It produced major treaties on biodiversity and global warming.
Question 13: In the Earth Summit in 1992, what was passed?
A. The aims of UNEP.
B. The action plans of UNEP.
C. The principles of UNEP.
D. The charters of UNEP.
Question 14: What are the aims of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)?
A. To encourage developing countries to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
B. To encourage and coordinate sound environmental practices throughout the world.
C. To help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment.
D. To encourage developed countries to cut wastes.
Question 15: Why is progress on environmental issues slow?
A. All are correct.
B. Proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against those of richer industrialized
nations.
C. Industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
D. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 16: When I told Mark the news, he blew up.
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A. Mark became curious as I told him the news.
B. Mark became worried as he heard the news.
C. Mark became angry as he heard the news.
D. Mark became nervous as I told him the news.
Question 17: The company turned down Bill's offer.
A. The company acceded Bill’s offer.
B. The company rejected Bill's offer.
C. The company offered Bill’s offer.
D. The company discussed Bill’s offer.
Question 18: The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.
A. The meeting started earlier because people wanted to leave early.
B. The meeting lasted much longer than usual.
C. There was not enough time to hold the meeting.
D. The meeting was planned to start late because of time pressure.
Question 19: John ran into Mark downtown last week.
A. John went downtown to exercise.
B. John had to run downtown last week.
C. John injured Mark last week.
D. John met Mark downtown unexpectedly.
Question 20: I'm going to do away with these clothes.
A. I'm going to wear these clothes.
B. I'm going to wash these clothes.
C. I'm going to discard these clothes.
D. I’m going to keep these clothes.
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 21: Yon must set realistic......for yourself.
A. aims and objectives
B. aims and goals
C. goals and objectives
D. aims and objects
Question 22: All the arrangements are now in......for their visit.
A. view
B. sight
C. place
D. site
Question 23: The owner broke......the team by trading its best players to other teams.
A. off
B.in
C. out
D. up
Question 24: Many people wish that they could bring the good old days.......
A. back
B. in
C. up
D. on
Question 25: The tax increases will certainly......the poor.
A. hit
B. hit on
C. have a bad effect on
D. A and C
Question 26: I le managed to.......disaster by steering into a pile of sand.
A. prevent
B. All are correct
C. avoid
D. avert
Question 27: The government has declared a.......of emergency following the earthquake.
A. state
B. occasion
C. condition
D. situation
Question 28: The new mayor will bring.......a change in local government policies.
A. up
B. out
C. about
D. with
Question 29: The war.......disaster to local people.
A. gave
B. C and D
C. caused
D. brought
Question 30: He backed the truck......the edge of the cliff.
A. from off
B. away from
C. from away
D. out from
Question 31: The couple broke......their engagement after they had a huge argument.
A. over
B. up
C. off
D. away
Question 32: The police backed the angry crowd......with their horses and bullhorns.
A. out
B. away
C. off
D. up
Question 33: He asked her......., but she said she already had a boyfriend.
A. on
B. in
C. off
D. out
Question 34: They're.......an appeal to raise money for famine victims.
A. lodging
B. launching
C. winning
D. giving
Question 35: Parents bring.......their kids the best way they know how.
A. up
B. off
C. with
D. about
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
The Security Council is the most powerful ...(36)... in the UN. It is responsible for maintaining international peace, and
for ...(37)... peace when conflicts arise. Its decisions are binding on all UN members and have the force of international law.
The Security Council has the ...(38)... to define what is a threat to security, to determine how the UN should respond, and to
enforce its decisions by ordering UN members to take certain ...(39).... For example, the Council may impose economic
sanctions, such as halting trade with a country it considers an aggressor.
The Security' Council has 15 members, 5 of which hold permanent scats. The General Assembly elects the other 10
members for ...(40)... two-year terms. The 5 permanent members - the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia
(formerly the Soviet Union), and China - have the most power. These nations were the winning ...(41)... at the end of World
War II, and they still represent the bulk of the world’s military might. Decisions of the Council require nine votes. But any
one of the permanent members can veto an important decision. This authority is known ...(42)... the veto right of the great
powers. As a result, the Council is effective only when its permanent members can reach a consensus. Beginning in the
1990s, increased cooperation between the United States and Russia ...(43)... the council to become more effective.
In recent years, there has been growing ...(44)... over which countries should have permanent seats on the Council. Some
nations believe that other countries beside the original five should be included. For example, Japan and Germany are
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powerful countries that pay large membership dues and make substantial contributions to the UN, ...(45)... they do not have
permanent seats. There is no easy solution to this problem.
Question 36:A. C and D
B. office
C. agency
D. body
Question 37:A. keeping
B. making
C. maintaining
D. restoring
Question 38:A. authority B. All are correct
C. power
D. function
Question 39:A. acts
B. actions
C. action
D. act
Question 40:A. rotating
B. changing
C. exchanging
D. turning
Question 41:A. soldiers
B. groups
C. powers
D. fronts
Question 42:A. about
B. as
C. of
D. for
Question 43:A. made
B. let
C. promised
D. enabled
Question 44:A. controversy B. quarrel
C. struggle
D. conflict
Question 45:A. therefore B. yet
C. however
D. so
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 46: Since opened his new business, John has been working 12 hours a day.
A. has been
B. Since
C. opened
D. a day
Question 47: Her life was changed completely when she won the lottery.
A. the
B. completely
C. was changed
D. won
Question 48: Keep walk until you see the bank ahead of you.
A. until
B. walk
C. ahead of
D. see
Question 49: The road used to be narrow in the past but now it has widened.
A. in
B. used
C. The
D. has widened
Question 50: Floods cause of billions of dollars' worth of property damage annually.
A. annually
B. worth
C. property damage
D. cause of

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Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. tragic
B. severe
C. humane
D. pollute
Question 2:A. volunteer
B. committee
C. pioneer
D. guarantee
Question 3:A. participate B. temporarily
C. regrettable
D. unfortunately
Question 4:A. physician
B. heritage
C. continent
D. tournament
Question 5:A. epidemic
B. emergency
C. tsunami
D. disaster
Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 6:A. bush
B. brush
C. bus
D. cup
Question 7:A. worked
B. missed
C. crooked
D. watched
Question 8:A. asleep
B. aspect
C. alarm
D. allow
Question 9:A. water
B. north
C. more
D. lost
Question 10:A. broad
B. alone
C. boat
D. coast
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) encourages and coordinates sound environmental practices
throughout the world. It grapples with ways to approach environmental problems on an international level, provides expertise
to member countries, monitors environmental conditions worldwide, develops environmental standards, and recommends
alternative energy sources. UNEP's work is guided by principles adopted at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and
Development, also known as the Earth Summit. The summit, which took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the largest such
conference ever held, attracting with more than 100 national leaders.
The major theme of the 1992 Earth Summit was sustainable economic development, meaning development that does not
use up or destroy so many of the world's natural resources that it cannot be sustained over time. The meeting produced an
overall plan, called Agenda 21, in which large developing countries promised to develop their industries with a protecting
Industrialized countries pledged to help them do that. The Earth Summit also produced major treaties on biodiversity and
global warming, although the latter treaty lacked enforcement provisions.
In 2002, UNEP sponsored the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. This
conference sought to help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment. But progress on
environmental issues is slow because proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against
those of richer industrialized nations. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial
base, while industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
Question 11: What are the major themes of the Earth Summit?
A. Large developing countries promise to develop their industries with an eye toward protecting the environment.
B. All are correct.
C. Development does not use up or destroy so many of the world’s natural resources that it cannot be sustained over
time.
D. It produced major treaties on biodiversity and global warming.
Question 12: In the Earth Summit in 1992, what was passed?
A. The action plans of UNEP.
B. The principles of UNEP.
C. The charters of UNEP.
D. The aims of UNEP.
Question 13: Why is progress on environmental issues slow?
A. Proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against those of richer industrialized
nations.
B. Industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
C. All are correct.
D. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
Question 14: What are the aims of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)?
A. To encourage and coordinate sound environmental practices throughout the world.
B. To encourage developing countries to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
C. To help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment.
D. To encourage developed countries to cut wastes.
Question 15: What may the phrase “with an eye to” in paragraph 3 be probably mean?
A. Examining something carefully
B. With the intention of.
C. Having good eyesight.
D. Having the eye contact.
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 16: Keep walk until you see the bank ahead of you.
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A. see
B. ahead of
C. walk
D. until
Question 17: The road used to be narrow in the past but now it has widened.
A. The
B. has widened
C. used
D. in
Question 18: Since opened his new business, John has been working 12 hours a day.
A. Since
B. opened
C. has been
D. a day
Question 19: Her life was changed completely when she won the lottery.
A. completely
B. the
C. won
D. was changed
Question 20: Floods cause of billions of dollars' worth of property damage annually.
A. property damage
B. worth
C. annually
D. cause of
V. Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 21: I'm going to do away with these clothes.
A. I’m going to keep these clothes.
B. I'm going to discard these clothes.
C. I'm going to wash these clothes.
D. I'm going to wear these clothes.
Question 22: When I told Mark the news, he blew up.
A. Mark became worried as he heard the news.
B. Mark became nervous as I told him the news.
C. Mark became curious as I told him the news.
D. Mark became angry as he heard the news.
Question 23: The company turned down Bill's offer.
A. The company rejected Bill's offer.
B. The company discussed Bill’s offer.
C. The company offered Bill’s offer.
D. The company acceded Bill’s offer.
Question 24: The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.
A. The meeting was planned to start late because of time pressure.
B. The meeting started earlier because people wanted to leave early.
C. The meeting lasted much longer than usual.
D. There was not enough time to hold the meeting.
Question 25: John ran into Mark downtown last week.
A. John had to run downtown last week.
B. John injured Mark last week.
C. John went downtown to exercise.
D. John met Mark downtown unexpectedly.
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
The Security Council is the most powerful ...(26)... in the UN. It is responsible for maintaining international peace, and
for ...(27)... peace when conflicts arise. Its decisions are binding on all UN members and have the force of international law.
The Security Council has the ...(28)... to define what is a threat to security, to determine how the UN should respond, and to
enforce its decisions by ordering UN members to take certain ...(29).... For example, the Council may impose economic
sanctions, such as halting trade with a country it considers an aggressor.
The Security' Council has 15 members, 5 of which hold permanent scats. The General Assembly elects the other 10
members for ...(30)... two-year terms. The 5 permanent members - the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia
(formerly the Soviet Union), and China - have the most power. These nations were the winning ...(31)... at the end of World
War II, and they still represent the bulk of the world’s military might. Decisions of the Council require nine votes. But any
one of the permanent members can veto an important decision. This authority is known ...(32)... the veto right of the great
powers. As a result, the Council is effective only when its permanent members can reach a consensus. Beginning in the
1990s, increased cooperation between the United States and Russia ...(33)... the council to become more effective.
In recent years, there has been growing ...(34)... over which countries should have permanent seats on the Council. Some
nations believe that other countries beside the original five should be included. For example, Japan and Germany are
powerful countries that pay large membership dues and make substantial contributions to the UN, ...(35)... they do not have
permanent seats. There is no easy solution to this problem.
Question 26:A. B and D B. body
C. office
D. agency
Question 27:A. making B. keeping
C. restoring
D. maintaining
Question 28:A. All are correct B. authority
C. function
D. power
Question 29:A. actions B. act
C. acts
D. action
Question 30:A. exchanging B. turning
C. rotating
D. changing
Question 31:A. powers B. fronts
C. groups
D. soldiers
Question 32:A. about
B. as
C. of
D. for
Question 33:A. let
B. enabled
C. made
D. promised
Question 34:A. conflict B. quarrel
C. struggle
D. controversy
Question 35:A. therefore B. however
C. yet
D. so
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 36: The couple broke......their engagement after they had a huge argument.
A. away
B. over
C. off
D. up
Question 37: The tax increases will certainly......the poor.
A. hit
B. have a bad effect on
C. A and B
D. hit on
Question 38: He asked her......., but she said she already had a boyfriend.
A. in
B. off
C. out
D. on
Question 39: The new mayor will bring.......a change in local government policies.
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A. with
B. out
C. about
Question 40: Many people wish that they could bring the good old days.......
A. back
B. on
C. up
Question 41: All the arrangements are now in......for their visit.
A. view
B. site
C. sight
Question 42: Yon must set realistic......for yourself.
A. aims and goals
B. goals and objectives
C. aims and objects
Question 43: The police backed the angry crowd......with their horses and bullhorns.
A. off
B. away
C. up
Question 44: I le managed to.......disaster by steering into a pile of sand.
A. avert
B. All are correct
C. prevent
Question 45: They're.......an appeal to raise money for famine victims.
A. launching
B. giving
C. winning
Question 46: The government has declared a.......of emergency following the earthquake.
A. situation
B. condition
C. occasion
Question 47: The owner broke......the team by trading its best players to other teams.
A. off
B. up
C.in
Question 48: The war.......disaster to local people.
A. caused
B. brought
C. A and B
Question 49: He backed the truck......the edge of the cliff.
A. from away
B. from off
C. away from
Question 50: Parents bring.......their kids the best way they know how.
A. with
B. up
C. off

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D. up
D. in
D. place
D. aims and objectives
D. out
D. avoid
D. lodging
D. state
D. out
D. gave
D. out from
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Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
The Security Council is the most powerful ...(1)... in the UN. It is responsible for maintaining international peace, and
for ...(2)... peace when conflicts arise. Its decisions are binding on all UN members and have the force of international law.
The Security Council has the ...(3)... to define what is a threat to security, to determine how the UN should respond, and to
enforce its decisions by ordering UN members to take certain ...(4).... For example, the Council may impose economic
sanctions, such as halting trade with a country it considers an aggressor.
The Security' Council has 15 members, 5 of which hold permanent scats. The General Assembly elects the other 10
members for ...(5)... two-year terms. The 5 permanent members - the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia
(formerly the Soviet Union), and China - have the most power. These nations were the winning ...(6)... at the end of World
War II, and they still represent the bulk of the world’s military might. Decisions of the Council require nine votes. But any
one of the permanent members can veto an important decision. This authority is known ...(7)... the veto right of the great
powers. As a result, the Council is effective only when its permanent members can reach a consensus. Beginning in the
1990s, increased cooperation between the United States and Russia ...(8)... the council to become more effective.
In recent years, there has been growing ...(9)... over which countries should have permanent seats on the Council. Some
nations believe that other countries beside the original five should be included. For example, Japan and Germany are
powerful countries that pay large membership dues and make substantial contributions to the UN, ...(10)... they do not have
permanent seats. There is no easy solution to this problem.
Question 1:A. agency
B. A and C
C. body
D. office
Question 2:A. restoring
B. making
C. keeping
D. maintaining
Question 3:A. power
B. function
C. All are correct
D. authority
Question 4:A. actions
B. act
C. acts
D. action
Question 5:A. exchanging B. rotating
C. turning
D. changing
Question 6:A. fronts
B. soldiers
C. groups
D. powers
Question 7:A. as
B. about
C. of
D. for
Question 8:A. made
B. enabled
C. promised
D. let
Question 9:A. quarrel
B. controversy
C. struggle
D. conflict
Question 10:A. so
B. yet
C. however
D. therefore
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 11:A. participate B. temporarily
C. regrettable
D. unfortunately
Question 12:A. heritage
B. physician
C. continent
D. tournament
Question 13:A. severe
B. pollute
C. humane
D. tragic
Question 14:A. emergency B. tsunami
C. epidemic
D. disaster
Question 15:A. guarantee B. volunteer
C. committee
D. pioneer
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 16: He backed the truck......the edge of the cliff.
A. away from
B. from away
C. from off
D. out from
Question 17: The war.......disaster to local people.
A. C and D
B. gave
C. caused
D. brought
Question 18: Many people wish that they could bring the good old days.......
A. in
B. on
C. back
D. up
Question 19: The couple broke......their engagement after they had a huge argument.
A. over
B. off
C. up
D. away
Question 20: I le managed to.......disaster by steering into a pile of sand.
A. prevent
B. avert
C. All are correct
D. avoid
Question 21: The new mayor will bring.......a change in local government policies.
A. up
B. with
C. about
D. out
Question 22: They're.......an appeal to raise money for famine victims.
A. winning
B. giving
C. lodging
D. launching
Question 23: He asked her......., but she said she already had a boyfriend.
A. out
B. in
C. off
D. on
Question 24: The owner broke......the team by trading its best players to other teams.
A. out
B. off
C.in
D. up
Question 25: Parents bring.......their kids the best way they know how.
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A. off
B. up
C. about
D. with
Question 26: Yon must set realistic......for yourself.
A. aims and goals
B. aims and objectives
C. aims and objects
D. goals and objectives
Question 27: The police backed the angry crowd......with their horses and bullhorns.
A. up
B. away
C. off
D. out
Question 28: The tax increases will certainly......the poor.
A. B and D
B. hit
C. hit on
D. have a bad effect on
Question 29: All the arrangements are now in......for their visit.
A. place
B. view
C. sight
D. site
Question 30: The government has declared a.......of emergency following the earthquake.
A. state
B. condition
C. situation
D. occasion
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 31: The road used to be narrow in the past but now it has widened.
A. has widened
B. used
C. in
D. The
Question 32: Her life was changed completely when she won the lottery.
A. was changed
B. won
C. completely
D. the
Question 33: Keep walk until you see the bank ahead of you.
A. see
B. ahead of
C. walk
D. until
Question 34: Floods cause of billions of dollars' worth of property damage annually.
A. worth
B. property damage
C. cause of
D. annually
Question 35: Since opened his new business, John has been working 12 hours a day.
A. opened
B. a day
C. has been
D. Since
Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 36:A. allow
B. alarm
C. aspect
D. asleep
Question 37:A. alone
B. boat
C. broad
D. coast
Question 38:A. bus
B. brush
C. bush
D. cup
Question 39:A. water
B. more
C. north
D. lost
Question 40:A. missed
B. crooked
C. worked
D. watched
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 41: John ran into Mark downtown last week.
A. John injured Mark last week.
B. John went downtown to exercise.
C. John met Mark downtown unexpectedly.
D. John had to run downtown last week.
Question 42: The company turned down Bill's offer.
A. The company acceded Bill’s offer.
B. The company offered Bill’s offer.
C. The company discussed Bill’s offer.
D. The company rejected Bill's offer.
Question 43: When I told Mark the news, he blew up.
A. Mark became curious as I told him the news.
B. Mark became worried as he heard the news.
C. Mark became angry as he heard the news.
D. Mark became nervous as I told him the news.
Question 44: I'm going to do away with these clothes.
A. I’m going to keep these clothes.
B. I'm going to discard these clothes.
C. I'm going to wash these clothes.
D. I'm going to wear these clothes.
Question 45: The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.
A. There was not enough time to hold the meeting.
B. The meeting lasted much longer than usual.
C. The meeting was planned to start late because of time pressure.
D. The meeting started earlier because people wanted to leave early.
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) encourages and coordinates sound environmental practices
throughout the world. It grapples with ways to approach environmental problems on an international level, provides expertise
to member countries, monitors environmental conditions worldwide, develops environmental standards, and recommends
alternative energy sources. UNEP's work is guided by principles adopted at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and
Development, also known as the Earth Summit. The summit, which took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the largest such
conference ever held, attracting with more than 100 national leaders.
The major theme of the 1992 Earth Summit was sustainable economic development, meaning development that does not
use up or destroy so many of the world's natural resources that it cannot be sustained over time. The meeting produced an
overall plan, called Agenda 21, in which large developing countries promised to develop their industries with a protecting
Industrialized countries pledged to help them do that. The Earth Summit also produced major treaties on biodiversity and
global warming, although the latter treaty lacked enforcement provisions.
In 2002, UNEP sponsored the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. This
conference sought to help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment. But progress on
environmental issues is slow because proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against
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those of richer industrialized nations. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial
base, while industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
Question 46: What are the aims of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)?
A. To help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment.
B. To encourage and coordinate sound environmental practices throughout the world.
C. To encourage developed countries to cut wastes.
D. To encourage developing countries to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
Question 47: In the Earth Summit in 1992, what was passed?
A. The principles of UNEP.
B. The action plans of UNEP.
C. The aims of UNEP. D. The charters of UNEP.
Question 48: What are the major themes of the Earth Summit?
A. It produced major treaties on biodiversity and global warming.
B. Large developing countries promise to develop their industries with an eye toward protecting the environment.
C. All are correct.
D. Development does not use up or destroy so many of the world’s natural resources that it cannot be sustained over
time.
Question 49: Why is progress on environmental issues slow?
A. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
B. Industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
C. Proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against those of richer industrialized
nations.
D. All are correct.
Question 50: What may the phrase “with an eye to” in paragraph 3 be probably mean?
A. Having good eyesight. B. Having the eye contact.
C. Examining something carefully
D. With the intention of.

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Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. bus
B. bush
C. brush
D. cup
Question 2:A. coast
B. boat
C. broad
D. alone
Question 3:A. alarm
B. aspect
C. allow
D. asleep
Question 4:A. more
B. water
C. lost
D. north
Question 5:A. missed
B. crooked
C. worked
D. watched
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 6: The company turned down Bill's offer.
A. The company offered Bill’s offer.
B. The company discussed Bill’s offer.
C. The company acceded Bill’s offer.
D. The company rejected Bill's offer.
Question 7: When I told Mark the news, he blew up.
A. Mark became worried as he heard the news.
B. Mark became angry as he heard the news.
C. Mark became curious as I told him the news.
D. Mark became nervous as I told him the news.
Question 8: John ran into Mark downtown last week.
A. John met Mark downtown unexpectedly.
B. John injured Mark last week.
C. John had to run downtown last week.
D. John went downtown to exercise.
Question 9: I'm going to do away with these clothes.
A. I’m going to keep these clothes.
B. I'm going to wash these clothes.
C. I'm going to wear these clothes.
D. I'm going to discard these clothes.
Question 10: The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.
A. There was not enough time to hold the meeting.
B. The meeting started earlier because people wanted to leave early.
C. The meeting lasted much longer than usual.
D. The meeting was planned to start late because of time pressure.
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) encourages and coordinates sound environmental practices
throughout the world. It grapples with ways to approach environmental problems on an international level, provides expertise
to member countries, monitors environmental conditions worldwide, develops environmental standards, and recommends
alternative energy sources. UNEP's work is guided by principles adopted at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and
Development, also known as the Earth Summit. The summit, which took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the largest such
conference ever held, attracting with more than 100 national leaders.
The major theme of the 1992 Earth Summit was sustainable economic development, meaning development that does not
use up or destroy so many of the world's natural resources that it cannot be sustained over time. The meeting produced an
overall plan, called Agenda 21, in which large developing countries promised to develop their industries with a protecting
Industrialized countries pledged to help them do that. The Earth Summit also produced major treaties on biodiversity and
global warming, although the latter treaty lacked enforcement provisions.
In 2002, UNEP sponsored the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. This
conference sought to help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment. But progress on
environmental issues is slow because proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against
those of richer industrialized nations. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial
base, while industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
Question 11: Why is progress on environmental issues slow?
A. Proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against those of richer industrialized
nations.
B. Industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
C. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
D. All are correct.
Question 12: In the Earth Summit in 1992, what was passed?
A. The aims of UNEP.
B. The principles of UNEP.
C. The charters of UNEP.
D. The action plans of UNEP.
Question 13: What are the aims of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)?
A. To help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment.
B. To encourage developed countries to cut wastes.
C. To encourage developing countries to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
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D. To encourage and coordinate sound environmental practices throughout the world.
Question 14: What are the major themes of the Earth Summit?
A. All are correct.
B. Development does not use up or destroy so many of the world’s natural resources that it cannot be sustained over
time.
C. Large developing countries promise to develop their industries with an eye toward protecting the environment.
D. It produced major treaties on biodiversity and global warming.
Question 15: What may the phrase “with an eye to” in paragraph 3 be probably mean?
A. With the intention of.
B. Having good eyesight.
C. Having the eye contact.
D. Examining something carefully
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 16: He backed the truck......the edge of the cliff.
A. from off
B. out from
C. from away
D. away from
Question 17: The owner broke......the team by trading its best players to other teams.
A. out
B. up
C.in
D. off
Question 18: The couple broke......their engagement after they had a huge argument.
A. up
B. over
C. away
D. off
Question 19: All the arrangements are now in......for their visit.
A. view
B. sight
C. place
D. site
Question 20: I le managed to.......disaster by steering into a pile of sand.
A. avert
B. prevent
C. avoid
D. All are correct
Question 21: The tax increases will certainly......the poor.
A. hit on
B. C and D
C. hit
D. have a bad effect on
Question 22: The war.......disaster to local people.
A. gave
B. brought
C. caused
D. B and C
Question 23: Many people wish that they could bring the good old days.......
A. on
B. in
C. back
D. up
Question 24: The government has declared a.......of emergency following the earthquake.
A. state
B. situation
C. condition
D. occasion
Question 25: Parents bring.......their kids the best way they know how.
A. off
B. with
C. about
D. up
Question 26: Yon must set realistic......for yourself.
A. goals and objectives B. aims and objects
C. aims and objectives
D. aims and goals
Question 27: They're.......an appeal to raise money for famine victims.
A. giving
B. lodging
C. winning
D. launching
Question 28: He asked her......., but she said she already had a boyfriend.
A. out
B. on
C. in
D. off
Question 29: The new mayor will bring.......a change in local government policies.
A. about
B. up
C. out
D. with
Question 30: The police backed the angry crowd......with their horses and bullhorns.
A. out
B. up
C. off
D. away
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 31:A. unfortunately
B. participate
C. temporarily
D.
regrettable
Question 32:A. heritage
B. physician
C. tournament
D. continent
Question 33:A. pollute
B. tragic
C. humane
D. severe
Question 34:A. disaster
B. tsunami
C. emergency
D. epidemic
Question 35:A. pioneer
B. committee
C. guarantee
D. volunteer
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
The Security Council is the most powerful ...(36)... in the UN. It is responsible for maintaining international peace, and
for ...(37)... peace when conflicts arise. Its decisions are binding on all UN members and have the force of international law.
The Security Council has the ...(38)... to define what is a threat to security, to determine how the UN should respond, and to
enforce its decisions by ordering UN members to take certain ...(39).... For example, the Council may impose economic
sanctions, such as halting trade with a country it considers an aggressor.
The Security' Council has 15 members, 5 of which hold permanent scats. The General Assembly elects the other 10
members for ...(40)... two-year terms. The 5 permanent members - the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia
(formerly the Soviet Union), and China - have the most power. These nations were the winning ...(41)... at the end of World
War II, and they still represent the bulk of the world’s military might. Decisions of the Council require nine votes. But any
one of the permanent members can veto an important decision. This authority is known ...(42)... the veto right of the great
powers. As a result, the Council is effective only when its permanent members can reach a consensus. Beginning in the
1990s, increased cooperation between the United States and Russia ...(43)... the council to become more effective.
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In recent years, there has been growing ...(44)... over which countries should have permanent seats on the Council. Some
nations believe that other countries beside the original five should be included. For example, Japan and Germany are
powerful countries that pay large membership dues and make substantial contributions to the UN, ...(45)... they do not have
permanent seats. There is no easy solution to this problem.
Question 36:A. agency
B. body
C. A and B
D. office
Question 37:A. restoring B. maintaining
C. keeping
D. making
Question 38:A. function
B. power
C. authority
D. All are correct
Question 39:A. acts
B. act
C. action
D. actions
Question 40:A. rotating
B. changing
C. turning
D. exchanging
Question 41:A. groups
B. powers
C. soldiers
D. fronts
Question 42:A. of
B. for
C. about
D. as
Question 43:A. enabled
B. promised
C. let
D. made
Question 44:A. struggle
B. conflict
C. quarrel
D. controversy
Question 45:A. so
B. however
C. yet
D. therefore
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 46: Her life was changed completely when she won the lottery.
A. completely
B. the
C. was changed
D. won
Question 47: Floods cause of billions of dollars' worth of property damage annually.
A. worth
B. cause of
C. property damage
D. annually
Question 48: Since opened his new business, John has been working 12 hours a day.
A. Since
B. opened
C. a day
D. has been
Question 49: The road used to be narrow in the past but now it has widened.
A. has widened
B. in
C. used
D. The
Question 50: Keep walk until you see the bank ahead of you.
A. see
B. until
C. walk
D. ahead of

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Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. guarantee B. pioneer
C. volunteer
D. committee
Question 2:A. severe
B. tragic
C. humane
D. pollute
Question 3:A. unfortunately
B. regrettable
C. temporarily
D.
participate
Question 4:A. tsunami
B. emergency
C. epidemic
D. disaster
Question 5:A. continent
B. tournament
C. physician
D. heritage
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 6: When I told Mark the news, he blew up.
A. Mark became curious as I told him the news.
B. Mark became nervous as I told him the news.
C. Mark became angry as he heard the news.
D. Mark became worried as he heard the news.
Question 7: I'm going to do away with these clothes.
A. I'm going to wear these clothes.
B. I’m going to keep these clothes.
C. I'm going to wash these clothes.
D. I'm going to discard these clothes.
Question 8: The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.
A. The meeting lasted much longer than usual.
B. The meeting started earlier because people wanted to leave early.
C. The meeting was planned to start late because of time pressure.
D. There was not enough time to hold the meeting.
Question 9: John ran into Mark downtown last week.
A. John had to run downtown last week.
B. John injured Mark last week.
C. John met Mark downtown unexpectedly.
D. John went downtown to exercise.
Question 10: The company turned down Bill's offer.
A. The company discussed Bill’s offer.
B. The company rejected Bill's offer.
C. The company acceded Bill’s offer.
D. The company offered Bill’s offer.
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 11: He backed the truck......the edge of the cliff.
A. from off
B. out from
C. away from
D. from away
Question 12: He asked her......., but she said she already had a boyfriend.
A. in
B. off
C. on
D. out
Question 13: The new mayor will bring.......a change in local government policies.
A. out
B. up
C. with
D. about
Question 14: They're.......an appeal to raise money for famine victims.
A. lodging
B. giving
C. winning
D. launching
Question 15: All the arrangements are now in......for their visit.
A. place
B. site
C. view
D. sight
Question 16: The police backed the angry crowd......with their horses and bullhorns.
A. away
B. off
C. out
D. up
Question 17: Many people wish that they could bring the good old days.......
A. up
B. back
C. in
D. on
Question 18: The tax increases will certainly......the poor.
A. hit on
B. hit
C. have a bad effect on
D. B and C
Question 19: The government has declared a.......of emergency following the earthquake.
A. state
B. condition
C. situation
D. occasion
Question 20: The couple broke......their engagement after they had a huge argument.
A. over
B. off
C. away
D. up
Question 21: Parents bring.......their kids the best way they know how.
A. about
B. with
C. up
D. off
Question 22: The war.......disaster to local people.
A. caused
B. A and D
C. gave
D. brought
Question 23: I le managed to.......disaster by steering into a pile of sand.
A. avert
B. All are correct
C. avoid
D. prevent
Question 24: The owner broke......the team by trading its best players to other teams.
A.in
B. up
C. out
D. off
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Question 25: Yon must set realistic......for yourself.
A. aims and objectives
B. aims and goals
C. goals and objectives
D. aims and objects
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 26: The road used to be narrow in the past but now it has widened.
A. used
B. in
C. The
D. has widened
Question 27: Keep walk until you see the bank ahead of you.
A. walk
B. see
C. ahead of
D. until
Question 28: Since opened his new business, John has been working 12 hours a day.
A. has been
B. opened
C. Since
D. a day
Question 29: Her life was changed completely when she won the lottery.
A. completely
B. was changed
C. won
D. the
Question 30: Floods cause of billions of dollars' worth of property damage annually.
A. worth
B. cause of
C. annually
D. property damage
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
The Security Council is the most powerful ...(31)... in the UN. It is responsible for maintaining international peace, and
for ...(32)... peace when conflicts arise. Its decisions are binding on all UN members and have the force of international law.
The Security Council has the ...(33)... to define what is a threat to security, to determine how the UN should respond, and to
enforce its decisions by ordering UN members to take certain ...(34).... For example, the Council may impose economic
sanctions, such as halting trade with a country it considers an aggressor.
The Security' Council has 15 members, 5 of which hold permanent scats. The General Assembly elects the other 10
members for ...(35)... two-year terms. The 5 permanent members - the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia
(formerly the Soviet Union), and China - have the most power. These nations were the winning ...(36)... at the end of World
War II, and they still represent the bulk of the world’s military might. Decisions of the Council require nine votes. But any
one of the permanent members can veto an important decision. This authority is known ...(37)... the veto right of the great
powers. As a result, the Council is effective only when its permanent members can reach a consensus. Beginning in the
1990s, increased cooperation between the United States and Russia ...(38)... the council to become more effective.
In recent years, there has been growing ...(39)... over which countries should have permanent seats on the Council. Some
nations believe that other countries beside the original five should be included. For example, Japan and Germany are
powerful countries that pay large membership dues and make substantial contributions to the UN, ...(40)... they do not have
permanent seats. There is no easy solution to this problem.
Question 31:A. body
B. agency
C. A and B
D. office
Question 32:A. keeping
B. making
C. maintaining
D. restoring
Question 33:A. function
B. All are correct
C. authority
D. power
Question 34:A. act
B. actions
C. acts
D. action
Question 35:A. turning
B. changing
C. rotating
D. exchanging
Question 36:A. fronts
B. groups
C. soldiers
D. powers
Question 37:A. of
B. for
C. about
D. as
Question 38:A. enabled
B. promised
C. made
D. let
Question 39:A. quarrel
B. conflict
C. struggle
D. controversy
Question 40:A. yet
B. so
C. however
D. therefore
Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 41:A. bush
B. cup
C. bus
D. brush
Question 42:A. boat
B. broad
C. coast
D. alone
Question 43:A. watched
B. missed
C. crooked
D. worked
Question 44:A. lost
B. more
C. water
D. north
Question 45:A. asleep
B. allow
C. aspect
D. alarm
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) encourages and coordinates sound environmental practices
throughout the world. It grapples with ways to approach environmental problems on an international level, provides expertise
to member countries, monitors environmental conditions worldwide, develops environmental standards, and recommends
alternative energy sources. UNEP's work is guided by principles adopted at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and
Development, also known as the Earth Summit. The summit, which took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the largest such
conference ever held, attracting with more than 100 national leaders.
The major theme of the 1992 Earth Summit was sustainable economic development, meaning development that does not
use up or destroy so many of the world's natural resources that it cannot be sustained over time. The meeting produced an
overall plan, called Agenda 21, in which large developing countries promised to develop their industries with a protecting
Industrialized countries pledged to help them do that. The Earth Summit also produced major treaties on biodiversity and
global warming, although the latter treaty lacked enforcement provisions.
In 2002, UNEP sponsored the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. This
conference sought to help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment. But progress on
environmental issues is slow because proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against
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those of richer industrialized nations. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial
base, while industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
Question 46: What are the aims of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)?
A. To encourage developed countries to cut wastes.
B. To encourage developing countries to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
C. To help developing countries undergo industrialization without harming the environment.
D. To encourage and coordinate sound environmental practices throughout the world.
Question 47: What are the major themes of the Earth Summit?
A. Large developing countries promise to develop their industries with an eye toward protecting the environment.
B. All are correct.
C. Development does not use up or destroy so many of the world’s natural resources that it cannot be sustained over
time.
D. It produced major treaties on biodiversity and global warming.
Question 48: Why is progress on environmental issues slow?
A. All are correct.
B. Most developing countries cannot afford to build an environmentally sound industrial base.
C. Proposed solutions continue to pit the interests of poorer developing countries against those of richer industrialized
nations.
D. Industrialized countries are unwilling to absorb the entire cost of environmental reform.
Question 49: What may the phrase “with an eye to” in paragraph 3 be probably mean?
A. Examining something carefully
B. Having the eye contact.
C. Having good eyesight. D. With the intention of.
Question 50: In the Earth Summit in 1992, what was passed?
A. The charters of UNEP. B. The principles of UNEP.
C. The action plans of UNEP.
D. The aims of UNEP.

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Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 1: John ran into Mark downtown last week.
A. John went downtown to exercise.
B. John had to run downtown last week.
C. John met Mark downtown unexpectedly.
D. John injured Mark last week.
Question 2: The company turned down Bill's offer.
A. The company rejected Bill's offer.
B. The company discussed Bill’s offer.
C. The company acceded Bill’s offer.
D. The company offered Bill’s offer.
Question 3: When I told Mark the news, he blew up.
A. Mark became curious as I told him the news.
B. Mark became nervous as I told him the news.
C. Mark became angry as he heard the news.
D. Mark became worried as he heard the news.
Question 4: I'm going to do away with these clothes.
A. I'm going to discard these clothes.
B. I'm going to wear these clothes.
C. I'm going to wash these clothes.
D. I’m going to keep these clothes.
Question 5: The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.
A. There was not enough time to hold the meeting.
B. The meeting lasted much longer than usual.
C. The meeting started earlier because people wanted to leave early.
D. The meeting was planned to start late because of time pressure.
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 6:A. temporarily B. regrettable
C. unfortunately
D. participate
Question 7:A. severe
B. tragic
C. pollute
D. humane
Question 8:A. disaster
B. emergency
C. epidemic
D. tsunami
Question 9:A. continent
B. physician
C. tournament
D. heritage
Question 10:A. pioneer
B. guarantee
C. volunteer
D. committee
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 11: Floods cause of billions of dollars' worth of property damage annually.
A. cause of
B. property damage
C. annually
D. worth
Question 12: Her life was changed completely when she won the lottery.
A. won
B. was changed
C. completely
D. the
Question 13: Since opened his new business, John has been working 12 hours a day.
A. Since
B. has been
C. a day
D. opened
Question 14: Keep walk until you see the bank ahead of you.
A. until
B. walk
C. ahead of
D. see
Question 15: The road used to be narrow in the past but now it has widened.
A. The
B. in
C. has widened
D. used
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
The Security Council is the most powerful ...(16)... in the UN. It is responsible for maintaining international peace, and
for ...(17)... peace when conflicts arise. Its decisions are binding on all UN members and have the force of international law.
The Security Council has the ...(18)... to define what is a threat to security, to determine how the UN should respond, and to
enforce its decisions by ordering UN members to take certain ...(19).... For example, the Council may impose economic
sanctions, such as halting trade with a country it considers an aggressor.
The Security' Council has 15 members, 5 of which hold permanent scats. The General Assembly elects the other 10
members for ...(20)... two-year terms. The 5 permanent members - the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia
(formerly the Soviet Union), and China - have the most power. These nations were the winning ...(21)... at the end of World
War II, and they still represent the bulk of the world’s military might. Decisions of the Council require nine votes. But any
one of the permanent members can veto an important decision. This authority is known ...(22)... the veto right of the great
powers. As a result, the Council is effective only when its permanent members can reach a consensus. Beginning in the
1990s, increased cooperation between the United States and Russia ...(23)... the council to become more effective.
In recent years, there has been growing ...(24)... over which countries should have permanent seats on the Council. Some
nations believe that other countries beside the original five should be included. For example, Japan and Germany are
powerful countries that pay large membership dues and make substantial contributions to the UN, ...(25)... they do not have
permanent seats. There is no easy solution to this problem.
Question 16:A. office
B. C and D
C. agency
D. body
Question 17:A. keeping
B. restoring
C. making
D. maintaining
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