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I. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
A. facsimile
B. transfer
C. spacious
D. fax
A. equipped
B. delivered
C. transferred
D. received
A. helps
B. provides
C. documents
D. texts
II. Choose the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words.
A. courteous
B. subscribe

C. service
D. customer
A. technology
B. distribution
C. delivery
D. facsimile
A. advanced
B. technology
C. express
D. spacious
B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR * Circle the best answer for each sentence.
7) The hotel staff is friendly and ____.
A. unhelpful
B. courteous
C. discourteous
D. impolite
8) We are proud of our ____ staff, who are always friendly and efficient.
A. well-done
B. well-appointed
C. well-behaved
D. well-trained
9) EMS stand for ____.
A. Electronic Mail Service B. Express Mail Service
C. Economic Mail Service D. Environment management Service
10) If someone want to send a document and does not want to lose its ____, facsimile service will help you.
A. beginning
B. last
C. original
D. recent
11) People can buy daily ____ in many local post office in early morning.
A. newspapers
B. books
C. postcards
D. letters
12) All post offices in Viet Nam are equipped with advanced _________.
A. knowledge
B. machines
C. science
D. technology
13) Fax transmission has now become a cheap and ________ way to transmit texts and graphics over distance.
A. inconvenient
B. convenient
C. uncomfortable
D. comfortable
14) If you ____ to your favourite newspapers and magazines, they will be delivered to your house early in the morning.
A. buy
B. book
C. pay
D. subscribe
15) Post offices offer a special mail service which is called ____.
16) Your EMS mail will be ____ in the shortest possible time.
A. provided
B. delivered
C. taken
D. caught
17) The message introduces the ____ provided by the National Post Office.
A. parcels
B. messengers
C. expresses
D. services
18) I cannot tell you all ____ I heard.
A. which
B. that
C. as
D. because
19) I can answer the question ____ you say is very difficult.
A. which
B. whom
C. who
D. whose
20) This is Mr. Jones, ____ invention has helped hundreds of deaf people.
A. which
B. that
C. whose
D. whom
21) Tom, ____ sits next to me, is from Canada.
A. that
B. whom
C. who
D. whose
22) The volunteers, ____ enthusiasm was obvious, finished the work quickly.
A. who
B. whom
C. whose
D. that
23) Many scientists have claimed that ____ like music are often good at mathematics.
A. children
B. children who
C. children whom
D. whose children
24) My friend, ____ I visited lask week, is taking a holiday soon.
A. that
B. whom
C. which

D. whose
25) The doctor re examining a patient ____ was taken to hospital last night.
A. which
B. who
C. whom
D. whose
26) A pacifist is a person ____ believes that all wars are wrong.
A. who
B. whose
C. whom
D. which
27) My friend, ____ hated horror film, refused to go to the cinema with me.
A. whom
B. which
C. whose
D. who
C. READING * Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
Between the Revolutionary period and the World War I, the United States post office was set out to improve
transportation of the post office mails. From those early days to the present, the post office has helped develop and
subsidize every new mode transportation in the United States. Transportation has been the most important element in
mail delivery. Even when the general public had still suspected of the security of a new means of transportation, the post


office experimented with inventions that offered potential for moving the mail faster, occasionally suffering
embarrassment, ridicule, or even abuse in the process.
As mail delivery evolved from foot to horseback, stagecoach, steamboat, railroad, automobile, and airplane, with
intermediate and overlapping use of balloons, and helicopters, post office mail contracts ensured the income necessary to
build the great highways, rail lines, and airways that eventually spanned the continent.
By the turn of the 19th century, the U.S. Post Office had purchased a number of stagecoaches for operation on the
nation’s better post roads – a post road being any road on which the mail travels – and continued to encourage new
designs to improve passenger comfort and carry mail safely.
28) The passage is about ____.
A. transportation of the Post Office in the US
B. the Post Office in the Revolutionary period
C. the Post Office in the World War I
D. transportation and public ideas
29) According to the passage, the main purpose of the Post Office is ____
A. to develop transportation B. to apply new mean of transportation
C. to deliver mail as safely and fast as possible
D. to subsidize every new mode of transportation
30) Which means of transportation used in the Post Office is NOT referred in the passage?
A. train
B. car
C. plane
D. motorcycle
31) The Post Office ____.
A. has never used helicopters in delivery
B. contributes income to build highways, railroads, and airways
C. has never been the first to use a new means of transportation
D. makes no contribution to build roads
D. WRITING * Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
31) The waiter whom served us yesterday was polite and friendly.
32) This class is only for people who’s first language is not Chinese.
33) The man with who I spoke in the meeting used to work here.
34) He is moving to Lang Son city, that is in the north-east of Viet Nam.
35) She asked me if I knew whom had got the job.
I. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
A. supply
B. dirty
C. energy
D. happy
A. decreased
B. influenced
C. endangered
D. established
A. answer
B. sweater
C. swim
D. switch
II. Circle the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words.
A. nature
B. danger
C. human
D. environment
A. exist
B. species
C. effect
D. condition
A. forest
B. water
C. destroy
D. industry
* Circle the best answer for each sentence.
7) Many rare ____ of animals are in danger of extinction.
A. species
B. classes
C. beings
D. pairs
8) People are destroying the environment by adding ____ to it.
A. pollutes
B. pollutions
C. pollutives
D. pollutants
9) Many efforts have been made to protect ____ nature.
A. danger
B. dangerous
C. endanger
D. endangered
10) Many species of animals are threatened and could easily become ____.
A. disappeared
B. vanished
C. empty
D. extinct
11) Many animals are ____ for their fur and other valuable parts of their bodies.
A. hunted
B. chased
C. run after
D. followed
12) They started a campaign to ____ smoking among teenagers.
A. encourage
B. decrease
C. discourage
D. prohibit
13) Dinosaurs became ____ millions of years go.


A. disappear
B. extinct
C. lost
D. endangered
14) The chemical ____ from cars and factories make the air, water and soil dangerously dirty.
A. pollution
B. polluted
C. pollutants
D. pollute
15) Human beings are ____ for the changes in the environment.
A. account
B. faulty
C. blame
D. responsible
16) By cutting down trees, we ____ the natural habitat of birds and animals.
A. hurt
B. would
C. damage
D. injure
17) ____ aren’t effective anymore because insects have become resistant to them.
A. Fertilizer
B. Pesticides
C. Herbicides
D. Composts
18) They started a campaign to ____ smoking among teenagers.
A. encourage
B. decrease
C. discourage
D. prohibit
19) He is the singer about ____ I often tell you.
A. that
B. who
C. whom
D. him
20) The concert ____ I listened last weekend was boring.
A. to that
B. to which
C. for what
D. for which
21) That’s the girl to ____ my brother got engaged.
A. which
B. who
C. whom
D. her
22) I like the village ____ I used to live.
A. in that
B. in where
C. which
D. in which
23) I don’t know the reason ____ she hasn’t talked to me recently.
A. on which
B. for which
C. of which
D. about which
24) The little girl ____ I borrowed this pen has gone.
A. whose
B. from who
C. from that
D. from whom
25) The speech ___ we listened last night was information.
A. to which
B. which to
C. to that
D. that
26) The boy to ____ I lent my money is poor.
A. that
B. who
C. whom
D. B and C
27) The knife ____ we cut bread is very sharp.
A. with that
B. which
C. with which
D. that
28) The authority gathered those villagers ____ they explained the importance of forests.
A. who
B. whom
C. to whom
D. to that
* Read the passage carefully then circle the correct answers.
Many environmental experts are pessimistic about the future of our (29) ____. They say that in the next few years
harmful (30) ____ will further damage the (31) ____ layer, there will be more losses of irreplaceable tropical (32) ____,
and serious (33) ____ pollution will cause the (34) ____ itself to change. They also warm us that Third World (35 ____
will continue to suffer ecological (36) ____, while the (37) ____ countries consume the vast majority of the world’s (38)
____. Animals are also at (39) ____. It is feared that some (40) ____ species may soon die out, as their natural (41) ____
are destroyed. In some cases, the only way to save rare species from (42) ____ is to breed them in (43) ____.
29) A. country
B. planet
C. society
D. life
30) A. chemicals
B. animals
C. species
D. plants
31) A. oxygen
B. dioxin
C. carbon
D. ozone
32) A. climate
B. weather
C. rainforests
D. rain
33) A. air
B. land
C. soil
D. noise
34) A. weather
B. rain
C. climate
D. storm
35) A. representatives
B. countries
C. parties
D. governments
36) A. results
B. disasters
C. consequences
D. problems
37) A. poor
B. developing
C. European
D. rich
38) A. sources
B. fuels
C. materials
D. resources
39) A. risk
B. danger
C. accidents
D. unfortunate
40) A. savage
B. dangerous
C. endangered
D. dangered
41) A. environnent
B. habitats
C. ressources
D. disasters
42) A. distinction
B. instinct
C. extension
D. extinction
43) A. captivity
B. caption
C. captive
D. capsule
* Circle the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
43) I have two brothers, both of them are studying in England.
43) It was a kind of machine with that we were not familiar.


44) Radio stations at which broadcast only news first appeared in the 1970s.
45) It is right that politicians should make important decisions without consulting the public to who
they are accountable?
46) The song to that we listened last night was beautiful.
I. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
A. heat
B. nuclear
C. feat
D. clean
A. power
B. slow
C. snow
D. show
A. plenty
B. energy
C. only
D. hydropower
II. Circle the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words.
A. electric
B. potential
C. plentiful
D. alternative
A. alternative
B. geothermal
C. environment
D. expensively
A. potential
B. exhausted
C. pollution
D. infinite
B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR * Circle the best answer for each sentence.
7) Non-renewable energy sources are running ____.
A. up
B. on
C. to
D. out
8) In some countries people use wind or sea ____ as the environment friendly energy sources.
A. waves
B. water
C. products
D. weeds
9) People have used coal and oil to ____ electricity for along time.
A. generation
B. generated
C. generate
D. generates
10) Coal and oil are non-renewable ____ sources.
A. engineer
B. energy
C. engineering
D. energetic
11) People on earth are ____ need of more nuclear energy.
A. on
B. at
C. in
D. for
12) ____ energy uses natural sources of energy such as the sun, wind, or water for power and fuel, rather than oil, coal, or
nuclear power.
A. Alternative
B. Solar
C. Hydropower
D. Electricity
13) Oil, coal and natural gas are ____ fuels made from decayed material.
A. unleaded
B. smokeless
C. solid
D. fossil
14) All fossil fuels are ____ resources that cannot be replaced after use.
A. unlimited
B. renewable
C. avaible
D. non-renewable
15) We should develop such ____ sources of energy as solar energy and nuclear energy.
A. tradition
B. alternative
C. revolutionary
D. surprising
16) Increased consumption will lead to faster ____ of our natural resources.
A. exhaust
B. exhausting
C. exhaustion
D. exhaustive
17) ____ heat comes from deep inside the earth.
A. Geothermal
B. Solar
C. Nuclear
D. Hydro
18) “Have you ever met the man ____ over there?” “No. Who is he?”
A. stands
B. is standing
C. standing
D. who he is standing
19) The boy ____ the piano is my son.
A. who is playing
B. that is playing
C. playing
D. All are correct
20) ____ by his parent, this boy was very sad.
A. Punished
B. Punishing
C. To be punished
D. Be punished
21) We have apartment ____ the park.
A. overlooking
B. overlooks
C. to overlook
D. overlooked
22) He was the last person ____ in this way.
A. to kill
B. who killed
C. being killed
D. to be killed
23) Nellie Ross of Wyoming was the first woman _____ governor in the United State.
A. who elected
B. to be elected
C. was elected
D. her election as
24) ____ in large quantities in the Middle East, oil became known as black gold because of the large profit it brought.
A. Discovering B. Discovered
C. Which was discovered
D.Thatwhen discovered
25) She is the only in the discussion ____ to using nuclear power.
A. objects
B. objected
C. to object
D. whom objects
26) Johnny was the last applicant ____ for a position in that energy station.


A. to interview
B. interviewing
C. to be interviewed
D. which is interviewed
27) The instructions ____ by Professor Johnson helped us know more about the danger of energy pollution.
A. that explained
B. explained
C. explaining
D.which explained
* Circle the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage.
Energy is fundamental to human beings, especially to poor people – the one- third of humanity that does not have
modern energy supplies like electricity, with which their life could be improve.
Many people who live in countryside have to gather fuel wood. This takes a lot of time. Moreover, it causes indoor
air pollution because of heavy smoke. For many people living in rural areas in developing countries of the world, biogas
is the large energy resources available and costs almost nothing. The main use of biogas is for cooking and heating. As
biogas is smoke-free, it helps solve the problem of indoor air pollution. Moreover, plant waste and animal manure cost
almost nothing.
The tendency to use renewable energy sources is on the increase when non-renewable ones are running out. In the
near, people in the developing countries may use wind or sea waves as the environment-friendly energy sources.
28) What is the role of energy to human beings?
A. unimportant
B. unnecessary
C. necessary
D. fundamental
29) What do poor people in countryside do to have energy?
A. They look for coal
B. They gather fuel wood
C. They look for oil
D. They use gas cookers
30) How long does it take to gather fuel wood in the countryside?
A. Not much time
B. A lot of time
C. Very little time D. Half an hour a day
31) According to the passage, what energy sources do poor people often use for fuel?
A. oil
B. wood
C. nuclear energy
D. petrol
32) What is the main use of biogas?
A. It is used mainly for cooking and heating.
B. It is mainly used for lighting.
C. It is mainly used for operating.
D. It is mainly used for producing in factories.
33) According to the passage, what is the most awful effect of using fuel wood?
A. It causes indoor air pollution.
B. It may cause fire.
C. It damages their houses. D. It affects the local scenery.
34) Why, according to the passage, is biogas introduced to poor people?
A. Because it is easy to use B. Because it is not harmful
C. Because they like it
D. Because it is the largest energy resources available in the countryside and cheap
35) What, according to the passage, are the main advantages of using biogas?
A. It is smoke-free.
B. It costs almost nothing.
C. It is clean because it is smoke-free and costs almost nothing.
D. It is clean
36) The tendency to use renewable energy sources ____.
A. goes up
B. goes down
C. fluctuates
D. levels
37) What, according to the passage, may be used as the environment-friendly energy sources/
A. Nuclear energy
B. Coal
C. Wind and sea energy
D. Oil
* Circle the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
38) The man to speak to me is John’s brother.
39) He is the second person be killed in that way.
40) They work in a hospital sponsoring by the government.
41) It ‘ s an essay writing in 1779, Judith Sergeant Murray promoted the cause of women’s education.
42) A dam is wall building across river to shop the river’s flow and collect the water.
I. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
A. screw
B. screechy
C. scream
D. screen
A. rugby
B. nearby
C. cycling
D. apply
A. strength
B. event
C. athlete
D. wrestling
II. Circle the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words.


A. official
B. cycling
C. become
D. aquatic
A. advance
B. gymnasium
C. solidarity
D. variety
A. nation
B. gather
C. facilities
D. stadium
B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR * Circle the best answer for each sentence.
7) The Vietnamese participants took ____ in the 14th Asian Games with great enthusiasm.
A. notice
B. notes
C. part
D. role
8) ____ from several countries competed in many Asian Game.
A. Spectators
B. Athletes
C. Audience
D. Viewers
9) How many sports are there ____ the 14 Asian Games?
A. in
B. on
C. at
D. to
10) The quiet country roads are ideal for cycling. The word “cycling” is closest in meaning to “____”.
A. driving a car
B. riding a bicycle
C. kicking a ball
D. playing football
11) The Olympic Games is one of the biggest sporting ____ all over the world.
A. problems
B. athletes
C. cultures
D. events
12) Swimming is one of the ____ sports.
A. mountainous
B. aquatic
C. racing
D. running
13) ____ can help athlete to improve the strength of muscles and the appearance of the body.
A. Shooting
B. Table tennis
C. Weightlifting
D. Playing chess
14) On some special occasions, people often march and demonstrate to show their ____.
A. nation
B. event
C. culture
D. solidarity
15) Vietnam won 3 gold ____ in the 15 Asian Games.
A. degrees
B. medals
C. awards
D. boards
16) Nearly 500 ____ from 11 nations took part in the first Asian Games in New Delhi, Indian.
A. viewers
B. spectators
C. athletes
D. passers-by
17) There were many scientists at the meeting, several of ____ were very young.
A. That
B. whom
C. who
D. which
18) This is the novel ____ I’ve been expecting.
A. that
B. which
C. x (nothing)
D. All are correct
19) I’m not the man ____ you are looking for?
A. that
B. x (nothing)
C. whom
D. A, B or C
20) Fencing was first introduced at the 13th Asian Games, ____ in Bangkok, Thailand in 1998.
A. to be held
B. holing
C. when was held
D. which was held
21) Each country sends its best athletes ____ participation expresses the friendship and solidarity.
A. who
B. which
C. that
D. whose
22) He rang James, ____ a good friend as well as his trainer.
A. who was
B. that was
C. being
D. to be
23) ____ came from France were really more friendly than any others.
A. The athletes, that
B. The athletes whom
C. The athletes who
D. The athletes which
24) That is Mr. Pike, a referee, ____ I told you about.
A. that
B. which
C. whom
D. whose
25) This is a picture in the newspaper of a high jumper ____ leg was seriously hurt.
A. who
B. who
C. whose
D. that
26) I like the book ____ you lent me last week.
A. who
B. when
C. where
D. x
27) I know the man ____ Miss White is talking to.
A. him
B. which
C. whose
D. x
C. READING * Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
The Asian Games owes its origins to small Asian multi-sport competitions. The Far Eastern Championship Games were
created to show unity and cooperation among three nations: Japan, the Philippines and China. The first games were held in
Manila, the Philippines in 1931. Other Asian nations participated after it was organized.
After World War II, a number of Asian countries became independent. Many of the new independent Asian countries
wanted to use a new type of competition where Asian dominance should not be shown by violence and should be strengthened
by mutual understanding. In August 1948, during the 14th Olympic Game in London, India representative Guru Dutt Sondhi
proposed to sports leaders of the Asian teams the idea of having discussions about holding the Asian Games. They agreed to form
the Asian Athletic Federation. A preparatory was set up to draft the charter for the Asian amateur athletic federation. In February,
1949, the Asian athletic federation was formed and used the name Asian Games Federation. It was formed and used the name
Asian Games Federation. It was decided to hold the first Asian Games in 1951 in New Delhi the capital of India. They added that
the Asian Games would be regularly held once every four years.
28) The text is about ____.


A. the origin of the Asian Games
B. the Far Eastern Championship Games
C. the Games in Manila
D. the relationship of Japan, the Philippines, and China
29) The Far Eastern Championship Games ____.
A. were held in Manila after World War II
B. were held in Japan
C. were attended by all countries in Asia
D. had the participation of only three nations
30) The 14th Olympic Games took place ____.
A. in 1913
B. in August 1948
C. before the World War II
D. In February 1949
31) The Asian Games ____.
A. were suggested establishing by a Londoner B. were first held in China
C. were first held in India
D. were held in the same year of the 14th Olympic Games
32) The Asian Games were first held in ____ .A. 1931
B. 1941
C. 1948
D. 1951
D. WRITING * Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
33) This year, that is for the first time, the event is open to all amateur athletes along with the
traditional professional.
34. He was the only person be killed this year.
35) The 14th Asian Games, holding in Korea in 2002, attracted many participants.
36) Their efforts was much appreciated at the Asian Games.
37) How many participant took part in the 15th Asian Games?
I. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
A. admired
B. looked
C. missed
D. hoped
A. admire
B. avid
C. variety
D. while
A. engrave
B. pastime
C. undertake
D. spectator
II. Circle the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words.
A. envelope
B. album
C. usually
D. accompany
A. admire
B. regular
C. mountain
D. corner
A. hobby
B. oversea
C. collect
D. myself
B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR * Circle the best answer for each sentence.
7) My father is an ____ guitarist.
A. accomplishing
B. accomplished
C. accomplish
D. accomplishment
8) He is very good at ____ people singing with his guitar.
A. making
B. getting
C. accompanying
D. having
9) My uncle is interested in ____ stamps.
A. collect
B. collecting
C. collected
D. to collect
10) She is a very accomplished pianist. The word “accomplished” is closest in meaning to “____”.
A. skilled
B. beautiful
C. interesting
D. admired
11) A ____ is a series of musical notes that is pleasant and easy to remember.
A. musical instrument
B. guitar
C. practice
D. tune
12) If you ____ a singer or a musician, you play one part of a piece of music while they sing or play the main tune.
A. accomplish
B. accompany
C. collect
D. admire
13) My ____ for my mother is infinite.
A. admire
B. admirer
C. admiration
D. admirable
14) I am quite keen on my father’s valuable stamp ____.
A. collect
B. collecting
C. collection
D. collector
15) I had forgotten all about it about it because I had been so ____ with other things.
A. occupied
B. interested
C. accomplished
D. successful
16) You should not indulge yourself ____ anything that can form a bad habit.
A. in
B. on
C. for
D. at
17) He keeps a lot of pictures and paintings. He is at art ____.
A. keeper
B. collector
C. guitarist
D. relative
18) I really admire him, for his ____.
A. succeed
B. success
C. successful
D. successfully
19) I don’t know the title but I recognize the ____ of this song.


A. sound
B. rhyme
C. tune
D. theme
20) I don’t have much money, so I bought the camera ____.
A. newly
B. second-hand
C. immediately
D. profitably
21) ____ I bought the golden fish.
A. It was from this shop thatB. I was from this shop where
C. It was this shop which
D. It was this shop that
22) It was Tom ____ to help us.
A. comes
B. that comes
C. to come
D. who came
23) ____ the police had rescued from the fire.
A. The baby
B. The baby that
C. It was the baby whom
D. The baby whom
24) ____ my parents gave me the fish tank.
A. It was on my birthday when
B. It was my birthday on that
C. It was my birthday that
D. It was on my birthday that
25) ____ I first met my girlfriend.
A. It was in London that
B. It was in London where
C. It was London that
D. It was London which
26) ____ on the phone.
A. It is his mother whom is B. It was his mother whom is
C. It was his mother who is D. It is his mother who is
27) ____ a high level of blood cholesterol.
A. It is eggs that contain
B. Those are eggs it contains
C. It is eggs that contains D. It is eggs contain
28) It is the library ____.
A. that I often borrow booksB. that I often borrow books from
C. where I often borrow books from
D. from that I often borrow books
29) ____ England won the World Cup.
A. It was in 1966 that
B. It was on 1966 that
C. It was in 1966 when
D. It was 1966 in that
30) ____ took my car.
A. It was you
B. It were you
C. It was you that
D. It was you whom
* Circle the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage.
I like to be near water – sea, lake or river. That I probably because I was born in a village by the sea, and I have
lived most of my life close to water. When I am in some place which is far from lake, river and sea, I am restless and I
always feel that there is something missing, even though it is sometimes hard for me to decide what it is.
Of course, the sports I like are the ones which need water – sailing, rowing and swimming. It is possible to swim
in small swimming pools, but rowing and sailing are impossible without a lot of water. Rowing is best in a river and
sailing on the sea or a big lake, but one can do some sailing on a river and one can certainly row on a lake or the sea
when the weather is good.
Of the three sports – swimming, rowing and sailing – I like rowing best because it is the easiest to continue during
the winter, when the water is too cold for comfortable swimming and the sea is often too rough for sailing. Even on the
coldest day one row, only ice on the water or thick fog can stop one. Sometimes it is so cold when I go out rowing that
drop of water freeze wherever they fall. In such weather, it is not very pleasant to swim as one cannot stay in the water
very long. However, when is rowing, one gets warmer the longer one goes on.
31) Where was the writer born?
A. In a village by the river B. In a village near a lake
C. In a village by the sea
D. In a sea town
32) How does the writer feel when he is in some place which is nor near the water?
A. Comfortable
B. Convenient
C. Losing something
D. Missing something
33) What type of sport does he like?
A. Water sports
B. Sports without water
C. Sports played only on the sea
D. Sports played near lakes and river
34) Where can people row and sail?
A. In a swimming pool
B. In the river
C. On the sea
D. Both B and C
35) Why does he like rowing best?
A. Because it makes him warmer
B. Because he can still it in cold days
C. Because it makes him stronger
D. Because it is easier to play
36) Why are swimming and sailing not easy sports to continue in winter?
A. Because the sea is too rough
B. Because the sea is coo cold
C. Because the water is too cold
D. Both A and C
37) What can stop people from rowing?
A. Ice on the water or thick fog
B. Cold weather
C. Hot weather
D. Cold water


38) What sometimes happens when he goes out rowing in very cold weather?
A. Water drops
B. Water is too cold
C. Drops of water freeze in the places they fall
D. Drops of water fall
39) Why is it unpleasant to swim in cold weather?
A. One can only stay in the water for a short time
C. The water becomes icy
B. One stays in the weather for a long time
D. The water gets warmer
40) What does the word “which” in paragraph 1 refer to?
A. Lake
B. River
C. Sea
D. Some place
D. WRITING * Circle the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
41) It was at this shop where I bought a T-shirt three days ago.
42) It is my closest friend goes abroad to study next month.
I. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
A. stones
B. learns
C. phones
D. tense
A. lifted
B. lasted
C. happened
D. decided
A. speed
C. person
C. temperature
D. psychology
II. Circle the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words.
A. uncertain
B. technical
C. attention
D. attraction
A. psychology
B. cosmonaut
C. accident
D. national
A. uncertainty
B. satisfaction
C. psychology
D. approximate
B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR * Circle the best answer for each sentence.
8) No one knew precisely what would happen to a human being in space. The word “precisely” is closest in meaning to
A. nicely
B. exactly
C. rigidly
D. roughly
9) Many spacemen could never get back to the Earth because of ____ accidents.
A. tragedy
B. tragic
C. tragically
D. tragedies
10) He finds it difficult for him to recover from his son’s ____.
A. die
B. dead
C. deadly
D. death
11) He failed again, which was a/an ____ disappointment.
A. enormous
B. big
C. wide
D. large
12) The flight will take approximately three weeks. The word “approximately” is closest in meaning to “____”. A.
B. exactly
C. about
D. precisely
13) How long did Yuri Gagarin’s trip into space ____? Only 180 minutes.
A. lengthen
B. last
C. late
D. strengthen
14) When ____ astronaut travels into space, if a technical failure happens, he can never get back to ____ Earth. A. an /
the B. Þ / an
C. an / Þ
D. the / Þ
15) Neil Armstrong was the first man to set foot on ____ moon.
A. a
B. an
C. the
D. Þ
16) Everybody congratulated the astronauts ____ their successful trip into space.
A. on
B. for
C. of
D. in
17) Yuri Gagarin became the first man to travel into space ____ April 12 th, 1961.
A. at
B. on
C. in`
D. from
18) A / an ____ is a person who is trained for traveling in a spacecraft.
A. astronaut
B. scientist
C. engineer
D. technician
19) When spacemen travel into space they have to face enormous ____ because they do not know what may happen.
A. certainties
B. uncertainties
C. possibilities
D. precisions
20) Lisa’s been able to play the flute since she was six, ____?
A. can’t she
B. isn’t she
C. wasn’t he
D. hasn’t she
21) Neil seemed to have a good time at the party, ____?
A. hadn’t he
B. had he
C. did he
D. didn’t he
22) There has not been a great response to the sale, ____?
A. does there
B. hasn’t there
C. has there
d. hasn’t it
23) She had done more work in one day than her husband ____ in three days.
A. do
B. could do
C. may do
D. done
24) You are going to come to the party, ____?
A. aren’t you
B. do you
C. will you
D. won’t you
25) Despite the bad weather, he ____ get to the airport in time.


A. could
B. couldn’t
C. was able to
D. almost
26) You’re Cynthia, ____ you? A. aren’t
B. are
C. didn’t
D. were
27) We didn’t eat here last week, ____ we? A. didn’t
B. did
C. haven’t
D. do
28) You have ever heard about Yuri Gagarin, ____?
A. do you
B. haven’t you
C. don’t you
D. didn’t you
29) Jenny ____ leave the hospital only fours days after the operation.
A. was able to
B. could
C. can
D. will be able to
30) At last, they ____ get through the mountain in such a heavy rain.
A. can
B. could
C. are able to
D. were able to
C. READING * Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.
Until recently, you may only read in (31) ____ fiction that an ordinary person could (32) ____ a trip into space. We have
heard ideas about holidays to the Moon, but these were just a story, and everyday flights into space seemed just a distant (33)
____ .Aspirations of space tourism are remembered in science fiction works such as Arthur C. Clarke’s A Fall of Moondust and
Islands of the Sky. But now, this fiction could become achievable as major steps are being taken to make the dream (34) ____
traveling into space (35) ____ a practical reality. On 28 April 2001, Dennis Tito, (36) ____ millionaire, became the world’s first
space (37) ____. Tito was (38) into space onboard a Russian Soyuz capsule. He showed that anyone could make a space journey.
Five years on, scientists are attempting to shape the future in order to give everyone a (39) ____ to fulfill their dreams of traveling
into space, whether (40) ____ not they are millionaires.
31) A. science
B. scientist
C. scientific
D. scientific
31) A. do
B. take
C. invent
D. establish
33) A. views
B. weightlessness
C. actions
D. possibility
34) A. in
b. for
C. of
D. on
35) A. become
B. to become
C. became
D. becoming
36) A. a
B. an
C. the
D. Þ
37) A. cosmonaut
B. astronaut
C. tourist
D. engineer
38) A. flown
B. thrown
C. whirled
D. launched
39) A. chance
B. opportunity
C. must
D. change
40) A. nor
B. or
C. neither
D. and
D. WRITING * Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
41) Your grandfather could speak five languages, could he?
42) She spoke in a very low voice, but I can understand what she said.
43) I used to be to stand on my head but I can’t be able to do it now.
44) The trip was cancelled last week. John couldn’t go away because he is ill.


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