“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers (Đọc đoạn văn và chọn câu trả lời đúng)Meet James FranklinWe are pleased to welcome James Franklin to Schmidt und Peck GmbH. James is an accountant in the finance department in the Berlin office. He is from Sydney, Australia. James is married to Anna Lise and they have two children. Anna Lise is a manager in the human resources department. ‘Anna Lise is German but she isn’t from Berlin; she is from Bremen, ‘James says. ‘We love Berlin and I’m very happy to join Schmidt und Peck.’James travels to Argentina, China, Greece and Spain for the company. Anna Lise and James like traveling. James is also interested in art and cars. He has an Audi and a Land Rover Discovery. ‘We drive to the mountains at weekends,’ says James. James likes football and cricket. He plays football for the Schmidt und Peck team.”James is from ________
Australia
China
Japan
Korea
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Rush Hour Etiquette in TokyoIt’s difficult to be polite on rush hour trains in Tokyo. Millions of passengers use the underground everyday. Platforms are crowded. When you get on the train, it’s almost impossible to read or move.Japanese society is very polite. Is etiquette on rush hour trains? Yes, it is. Poster asks passengers not to use mobile phones or carry rucksacks. People often offer to move seats so that two friends can sit together. Some passengers use the journey to sleep.The trains are fast and punctual and the stations are safe and clean. Train staff enjoy their work. Commuters like the clean and safe environment – but they don’t like the crowded rush hour trains.”………. society is very polite.
Chinese
Indian
Japanese
Korean
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Rush Hour Etiquette in TokyoIt’s difficult to be polite on rush hour trains in Tokyo. Millions of passengers use the underground everyday. Platforms are crowded. When you get on the train, it’s almost impossible to read or move.Japanese society is very polite. Is etiquette on rush hour trains? Yes, it is. Poster asks passengers not to use mobile phones or carry rucksacks. People often offer to move seats so that two friends can sit together. Some passengers use the journey to sleep.The trains are fast and punctual and the stations are safe and clean. Train staff enjoy their work. Commuters like the clean and safe environment – but they don’t like the crowded rush hour trains.”Commuters don’t like the crowded rush hour ……….
buses
cars
coaches
trains
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Rush Hour Etiquette in TokyoIt’s difficult to be polite on rush hour trains in Tokyo. Millions of passengers use the underground everyday. Platforms are crowded. When you get on the train, it’s almost impossible to read or move.Japanese society is very polite. Is etiquette on rush hour trains? Yes, it is. Poster asks passengers not to use mobile phones or carry rucksacks. People often offer to move seats so that two friends can sit together. Some passengers use the journey to sleep.The trains are fast and punctual and the stations are safe and clean. Train staff enjoy their work. Commuters like the clean and safe environment – but they don’t like the crowded rush hour trains.”It is impossible to read or ………. on the trains.
go
move
run
stay
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Rush Hour Etiquette in TokyoIt’s difficult to be polite on rush hour trains in Tokyo. Millions of passengers use the underground everyday. Platforms are crowded. When you get on the train, it’s almost impossible to read or move.Japanese society is very polite. Is etiquette on rush hour trains? Yes, it is. Poster asks passengers not to use mobile phones or carry rucksacks. People often offer to move seats so that two friends can sit together. Some passengers use the journey to sleep.The trains are fast and punctual and the stations are safe and clean. Train staff enjoy their work. Commuters like the clean and safe environment – but they don’t like the crowded rush hour trains.”Japanese people are asked not to use mobile phones or carry……….
bags
boxes
rucksacks
wallets
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Rush Hour Etiquette in TokyoIt’s difficult to be polite on rush hour trains in Tokyo. Millions of passengers use the underground everyday. Platforms are crowded. When you get on the train, it’s almost impossible to read or move.Japanese society is very polite. Is etiquette on rush hour trains? Yes, it is. Poster asks passengers not to use mobile phones or carry rucksacks. People often offer to move seats so that two friends can sit together. Some passengers use the journey to sleep.The trains are fast and punctual and the stations are safe and clean. Train staff enjoy their work. Commuters like the clean and safe environment – but they don’t like the crowded rush hour trains.”People are allowed to ………. on the train.
play
run
sleep
work
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Rush Hour Etiquette in TokyoIt’s difficult to be polite on rush hour trains in Tokyo. Millions of passengers use the underground everyday. Platforms are crowded. When you get on the train, it’s almost impossible to read or move.Japanese society is very polite. Is etiquette on rush hour trains? Yes, it is. Poster asks passengers not to use mobile phones or carry rucksacks. People often offer to move seats so that two friends can sit together. Some passengers use the journey to sleep.The trains are fast and punctual and the stations are safe and clean. Train staff enjoy their work. Commuters like the clean and safe environment – but they don’t like the crowded rush hour trains.”People often offer to move seats so that ………. friends can sit together.
five
four
three
two
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Rush Hour Etiquette in TokyoIt’s difficult to be polite on rush hour trains in Tokyo. Millions of passengers use the underground everyday. Platforms are crowded. When you get on the train, it’s almost impossible to read or move.Japanese society is very polite. Is etiquette on rush hour trains? Yes, it is. Poster asks passengers not to use mobile phones or carry rucksacks. People often offer to move seats so that two friends can sit together. Some passengers use the journey to sleep.The trains are fast and punctual and the stations are safe and clean. Train staff enjoy their work. Commuters like the clean and safe environment – but they don’t like the crowded rush hour trains.”Platforms are ………. every day.
crowded
exciting
noisy
rustle
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Rush Hour Etiquette in TokyoIt’s difficult to be polite on rush hour trains in Tokyo. Millions of passengers use the underground everyday. Platforms are crowded. When you get on the train, it’s almost impossible to read or move.Japanese society is very polite. Is etiquette on rush hour trains? Yes, it is. Poster asks passengers not to use mobile phones or carry rucksacks. People often offer to move seats so that two friends can sit together. Some passengers use the journey to sleep.The trains are fast and punctual and the stations are safe and clean. Train staff enjoy their work. Commuters like the clean and safe environment – but they don’t like the crowded rush hour trains.”Rush hour trains make people ……….
impolite
inconvenient
polite
uncomfortable
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Rush Hour Etiquette in TokyoIt’s difficult to be polite on rush hour trains in Tokyo. Millions of passengers use the underground everyday. Platforms are crowded. When you get on the train, it’s almost impossible to read or move.Japanese society is very polite. Is etiquette on rush hour trains? Yes, it is. Poster asks passengers not to use mobile phones or carry rucksacks. People often offer to move seats so that two friends can sit together. Some passengers use the journey to sleep.The trains are fast and punctual and the stations are safe and clean. Train staff enjoy their work. Commuters like the clean and safe environment – but they don’t like the crowded rush hour trains.”The trains are fast and punctual, but the stations are safe and ……….
big
clean
dirty
small
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Rush Hour Etiquette in TokyoIt’s difficult to be polite on rush hour trains in Tokyo. Millions of passengers use the underground everyday. Platforms are crowded. When you get on the train, it’s almost impossible to read or move.Japanese society is very polite. Is etiquette on rush hour trains? Yes, it is. Poster asks passengers not to use mobile phones or carry rucksacks. People often offer to move seats so that two friends can sit together. Some passengers use the journey to sleep.The trains are fast and punctual and the stations are safe and clean. Train staff enjoy their work. Commuters like the clean and safe environment – but they don’t like the crowded rush hour trains.”Train staff ………. their work.
dislike
enjoy
hate
suffer from
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Welcome to InseadMy name is Han Ji-Yong. I’m an accountant from Korea. I want to introduce you to Insead. I’m a student on the MBA course. There are 836 students on the one-year MBA program. The students are from 70 different countries.I like Insead because it gives me an international business education. I meet people from all around the world. My friends are from different countries - Brazil, Vietnam, England. My two best friends are German and Greek.Instead has campuses in Europe and Asia. The Asian campus is in Singapore. The European campus is in Fontainebleau, France. It is 65 km from Paris. It isn’t a small campus. There are over 8,000 square metres of office space. There are 20 lecture theatres and conference rooms. There is a bookshop and an excellent library with over 45,000 books.”European campus is ………. km from Paris.
check_box 65
56
67
76
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Welcome to InseadMy name is Han Ji-Yong. I’m an accountant from Korea. I want to introduce you to Insead. I’m a student on the MBA course. There are 836 students on the one-year MBA program. The students are from 70 different countries.I like Insead because it gives me an international business education. I meet people from all around the world. My friends are from different countries - Brazil, Vietnam, England. My two best friends are German and Greek.Instead has campuses in Europe and Asia. The Asian campus is in Singapore. The European campus is in Fontainebleau, France. It is 65 km from Paris. It isn’t a small campus. There are over 8,000 square metres of office space. There are 20 lecture theatres and conference rooms. There is a bookshop and an excellent library with over 45,000 books.”Han Ji-Yong is a student on the ………. course.
check_box MBA
finance
marketing
sales
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Welcome to InseadMy name is Han Ji-Yong. I’m an accountant from Korea. I want to introduce you to Insead. I’m a student on the MBA course. There are 836 students on the one-year MBA program. The students are from 70 different countries.I like Insead because it gives me an international business education. I meet people from all around the world. My friends are from different countries - Brazil, Vietnam, England. My two best friends are German and Greek.Instead has campuses in Europe and Asia. The Asian campus is in Singapore. The European campus is in Fontainebleau, France. It is 65 km from Paris. It isn’t a small campus. There are over 8,000 square metres of office space. There are 20 lecture theatres and conference rooms. There is a bookshop and an excellent library with over 45,000 books.”Han Ji-Yong is from ……….
check_box Korea
China
Japan
Malaysia
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Welcome to InseadMy name is Han Ji-Yong. I’m an accountant from Korea. I want to introduce you to Insead. I’m a student on the MBA course. There are 836 students on the one-year MBA program. The students are from 70 different countries.I like Insead because it gives me an international business education. I meet people from all around the world. My friends are from different countries - Brazil, Vietnam, England. My two best friends are German and Greek.Instead has campuses in Europe and Asia. The Asian campus is in Singapore. The European campus is in Fontainebleau, France. It is 65 km from Paris. It isn’t a small campus. There are over 8,000 square metres of office space. There are 20 lecture theatres and conference rooms. There is a bookshop and an excellent library with over 45,000 books.”Han Ji-Yong likes Insead because it ……….
check_box gives him an international business education
is peaceful
is quiet
is wonderful
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Welcome to InseadMy name is Han Ji-Yong. I’m an accountant from Korea. I want to introduce you to Insead. I’m a student on the MBA course. There are 836 students on the one-year MBA program. The students are from 70 different countries.I like Insead because it gives me an international business education. I meet people from all around the world. My friends are from different countries - Brazil, Vietnam, England. My two best friends are German and Greek.Instead has campuses in Europe and Asia. The Asian campus is in Singapore. The European campus is in Fontainebleau, France. It is 65 km from Paris. It isn’t a small campus. There are over 8,000 square metres of office space. There are 20 lecture theatres and conference rooms. There is a bookshop and an excellent library with over 45,000 books.”Han Ji-Yong’s best friends are German and ……….
Egypt
Greek
Italy
Russia
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Welcome to InseadMy name is Han Ji-Yong. I’m an accountant from Korea. I want to introduce you to Insead. I’m a student on the MBA course. There are 836 students on the one-year MBA program. The students are from 70 different countries.I like Insead because it gives me an international business education. I meet people from all around the world. My friends are from different countries - Brazil, Vietnam, England. My two best friends are German and Greek.Instead has campuses in Europe and Asia. The Asian campus is in Singapore. The European campus is in Fontainebleau, France. It is 65 km from Paris. It isn’t a small campus. There are over 8,000 square metres of office space. There are 20 lecture theatres and conference rooms. There is a bookshop and an excellent library with over 45,000 books.”Instead has campuses in Europe and ……….
Africa
America
Argentina
Asia
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Welcome to InseadMy name is Han Ji-Yong. I’m an accountant from Korea. I want to introduce you to Insead. I’m a student on the MBA course. There are 836 students on the one-year MBA program. The students are from 70 different countries.I like Insead because it gives me an international business education. I meet people from all around the world. My friends are from different countries - Brazil, Vietnam, England. My two best friends are German and Greek.Instead has campuses in Europe and Asia. The Asian campus is in Singapore. The European campus is in Fontainebleau, France. It is 65 km from Paris. It isn’t a small campus. There are over 8,000 square metres of office space. There are 20 lecture theatres and conference rooms. There is a bookshop and an excellent library with over 45,000 books.”Students are from ………. different countries.
17
70
71
72
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Welcome to InseadMy name is Han Ji-Yong. I’m an accountant from Korea. I want to introduce you to Insead. I’m a student on the MBA course. There are 836 students on the one-year MBA program. The students are from 70 different countries.I like Insead because it gives me an international business education. I meet people from all around the world. My friends are from different countries - Brazil, Vietnam, England. My two best friends are German and Greek.Instead has campuses in Europe and Asia. The Asian campus is in Singapore. The European campus is in Fontainebleau, France. It is 65 km from Paris. It isn’t a small campus. There are over 8,000 square metres of office space. There are 20 lecture theatres and conference rooms. There is a bookshop and an excellent library with over 45,000 books.”The Asian campus is in ……….
Indonesia
Korea
Singapore
Thailand
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Welcome to InseadMy name is Han Ji-Yong. I’m an accountant from Korea. I want to introduce you to Insead. I’m a student on the MBA course. There are 836 students on the one-year MBA program. The students are from 70 different countries.I like Insead because it gives me an international business education. I meet people from all around the world. My friends are from different countries - Brazil, Vietnam, England. My two best friends are German and Greek.Instead has campuses in Europe and Asia. The Asian campus is in Singapore. The European campus is in Fontainebleau, France. It is 65 km from Paris. It isn’t a small campus. There are over 8,000 square metres of office space. There are 20 lecture theatres and conference rooms. There is a bookshop and an excellent library with over 45,000 books.”The one-year MBA program has ………. students.
386
683
836
863
“Part II: Read the text and choose the correct Answers:Welcome to InseadMy name is Han Ji-Yong. I’m an accountant from Korea. I want to introduce you to Insead. I’m a student on the MBA course. There are 836 students on the one-year MBA program. The students are from 70 different countries.I like Insead because it gives me an international business education. I meet people from all around the world. My friends are from different countries - Brazil, Vietnam, England. My two best friends are German and Greek.Instead has campuses in Europe and Asia. The Asian campus is in Singapore. The European campus is in Fontainebleau, France. It is 65 km from Paris. It isn’t a small campus. There are over 8,000 square metres of office space. There are 20 lecture theatres and conference rooms. There is a bookshop and an excellent library with over 45,000 books.”There are ………. lecture theatres and conference rooms.
check_box 20
30
40
50
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps (Chọn đúng từ điền vào chỗ trống):……….in Pakistan?
check_box Have you ever worked
Did you ever worked
Didn't you have worked
Worked you
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps (Chọn đúng từ điền vào chỗ trống):I think they are dating. They………. a lot of each other recently.
check_box have been seeing
had seen
has seen
haven't been seeing
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps (Chọn đúng từ điền vào chỗ trống):I’d like to ……….a traveler’s cheque, please.
check_box cash
change
exchange
replace
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps (Chọn đúng từ điền vào chỗ trống):I………. for you since two o'clock.
check_box have been waiting
has waited
is waiting
waited
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps (Chọn đúng từ điền vào chỗ trống):If you want wine with your meal, please ask the waiter for the wine ……….
check_box list
catalog
menu
option
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps (Chọn đúng từ điền vào chỗ trống):It’s a very popular restaurant, so you may need to reserve a table one or two weeks ………..
check_box in advance
advance
after
before
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps (Chọn đúng từ điền vào chỗ trống):The person who cleans the rooms is a ……….
check_box chambermaid
driver
officer
worker
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps (Chọn đúng từ điền vào chỗ trống):Their new kitchen looks fantastic. They ………. completely ………. it.
check_box have, redecorated
already, redecorated
didn't, redecorated
have been, redecorating
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps (Chọn đúng từ điền vào chỗ trống):We………. for the motorway for more than an hour.
check_box have been looking
has looked
is looking
looked
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps (Chọn đúng từ điền vào chỗ trống):We've discovered this great café and we ………. there a lot.
check_box have been going
are going
had gone
have went
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: ……….her to come to our party tonight.
ask
have
say
tell
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: At weekend, we usually sit next to each other and ……..about many things.
ask
speak
talk
tell
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: Did he……….on the message for you?
in
leave
pass
take
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: Do you want to ………. face-to-face with her.
ask
speak
talk
tell
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: Generally ………, I think she is a good teacher.
asking
saying
speaking
talking
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: He………..at her company until next month
am working
is working
were working
work
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: I can hear her voice if she ………. louder.
asks
says
speaks
tells
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: I can’t ……. her the truth because of many reasons.
ask
say
speak
tell
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: She dares to …………. back to her mother.
ask
say
speak
talk
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: She……….him for a present for her birthday
asks
says
speaks
tells
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: They should ………..to him.
ask
say
speech
tell
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: Whenever they meet each other, they ………..about sport.
say
speak
talk
tell
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps: Yesterday, I………. her number, but no one answered.
called
dialed
got
had
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:- You didn't write to Sharon! - Oh, no! I forgot. I ……….to her today.
am going to write
am writing
will write
write
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:………. there for more than two hours when she finally arrived?
Did you wait
Had been waiting
Had you been waiting
You had been waiting
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:………. your work before they arrive?
check_box Will you have finished
Are you finishing
Do you finish
Will you finish
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Betty……….the final test because she……….hard.
failed, had not been studying
failed, hasn’t studied
failed, studied
had been failing, didn't study
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Could you tell me what your ………. are?
duties
employments
job
work
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Do you know anyone who ………. their own business?
check_box runs
does
gets
makes
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Do you………. hands when you meet someone for the first time?
hold
keep
shake
show
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:During rush hour later today, tens of thousands of people ……….into Tokyo and other big cities, trying to get work.
is going to drive
will be driving
will drive
will have driven
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Edward is so………. He is nervous and uncomfortable meeting new people.
lazy
sensitive
shy
talkative
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Global warming means that typhoons and hurricanes………. more prevalent in the Northern and Southern hemispheres.
is going to become
will be becoming
will become
will have become
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Good Lord! The engine has stopped. The plane ………. down!
fall
falls
is going to fall
will be falling
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:He ………. a talk on Tara company last Friday.
did
gave
had
made
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:He ……….by the time you arrive.
is going to eat
will be eating
will eat
will have eaten
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:He said he……….for some time.
had been practicing
has been practice
practiced
was practicing
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:He’d like to………. freelance.
do
have
make
work
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Her……….to Sales Manager took everyone by surprise.
achievement
advance
promotion
success
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:How do you………. the birthday of your country?
celebrate
celebrated
celebrating
celebration
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:How many days off did you ………. last year?
get
got
had
have
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I ………. a job as soon as I leave school:
get
will be getting
will get
will have got
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I don’t want to be an ………. any more. I want to work for myself.
check_box employee
employer
employment
unemployed
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I have to deal……….the delivery problems in my company.
for
in
to
with
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I must have a break. I ……….so long.
drove
had been driving
have been driving
was driving
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I must leave – I have to ……….a very important meeting.
attend
go
have
walk
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I sent the package………., so it’s probably there now.
before yesterday
the day before yesterday
tomorrow
tonight
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I work……….a hospital in the X-ray department.
about
in
on
out
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I’d like to………. for that job, but I don’t think I’ll get it.
apply
fill
have
look
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I’m ………. for a job everywhere I can but I never get a job interview because people think I’m too old.
applying
discovering
finding
getting
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I’m a builder and I work ………. a big company in the city of London.
for
of
on
out
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:I……….English very long before I moved to London.
had been not studying
had not been studying
hadn't studying
studied
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:In twenty years time, many more conurbations ……….due to sprawling urbanization.
is going to develop
will be developing
will develop
will have developed
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:James……….at this school for more than a year before he ……….the job.
had been teaching, changed
had teaching, had changing
has been teaching, changed
were teaching, changed
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Jason……….because he ……….
was tired, had been working
was tired, has worked
was tired, worked
was tired, working
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Julia is spending her day………. with her mother.
down
off
on
up
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Last week, I ………. a speech at my best friend’s wedding.
check_box gave
did
had
made
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Lee’s never ………. out of work in her life.
been
had
have
is
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Most of the……….in the restaurant are unhappy with their pay.
check_box staff
people
workers
workforce
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:My sister gave me a………. of flower on my last birthday.
bunch
group
pack
packet
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:My sister was ………. last month. She is at home and looking for a well-paid job.
employed
employee
employment
unemployed
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Not many students ………. to the meeting last week.
check_box went
arrived
did go
didn’t went
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:People ………. gifts on some holidays.
exchange
get
give
have
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:They……….for over an hour before they entered
had been talking
had talked
had talking
talked
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:This New Year, my family is going to………. a house in the mountains.
get
have
rent
take
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Thursday is………., so I can meet you then.
my day
my day off
off my day
the day
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Unfortunately, I haven’t got a ……….at the moment, but I hope to find one soon.
career
job
occupation
work
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:What does he do for a ……….?He’s a secret agent.
check_box living
income
life
salary
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:When we receive your ……., we will contact you for an interview.
check_box application
form
letter
notice
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Why don't you have dinner with us? I ………. anyway.
am cooking
cook
will be cooking
will cook
Part I: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Would you like to go out for ………. on Sunday? How about the beach?
check_box the day
day
one day
some days
Part III: Choose the word that has the underline part pronounced differently from the others (Chọn từ có phần gạch chân phát âm khác với các từ còn lại):
fitted
permitted
suited
worked
Part III: Choose the word that has the underline part pronounced differently from the others (Chọn từ có phần gạch chân phát âm khác với các từ còn lại):
banned
invented
prevented
prohibited
Part III: Choose the word that has the underline part pronounced differently from the others (Chọn từ có phần gạch chân phát âm khác với các từ còn lại):
check_box listens
cooks
eats
posts
Part III: Choose the word that has the underline part pronounced differently from the others (Chọn từ có phần gạch chân phát âm khác với các từ còn lại):
check_box watches
invites
lists
starts
Part III: Choose the word that has the underline part pronounced differently from the others (Chọn từ có phần gạch chân phát âm khác với các từ còn lại):
check_box visits
adds
needs
threatens
Part III: Choose the word that has the underline part pronounced differently from the others (Chọn từ có phần gạch chân phát âm khác với các từ còn lại):
check_box sits
fastens
needs
plays
Part III: Choose the word that has the underline part pronounced differently from the others (Chọn từ có phần gạch chân phát âm khác với các từ còn lại):
check_box stopped
assorted
exported
imported
Part III: Choose the word that has the underline part pronounced differently from the others (Chọn từ có phần gạch chân phát âm khác với các từ còn lại):
check_box pasted
deterred
preferred
transferred
Part III: Choose the word that has the underline part pronounced differently from the others (Chọn từ có phần gạch chân phát âm khác với các từ còn lại):
check_box means
books
looks
stops
Part III: Choose the word that has the underline part pronounced differently from the others (Chọn từ có phần gạch chân phát âm khác với các từ còn lại):
check_box laughed
lengthened
scored
snored
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:………. a sizable geographic area, it constitutes a biome.
A group of plants and animals occupies
A group of plants and animals occupying
That a group of plants and animals occupies
When a group of plants and animals occupies
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:………. are prepared from flour or meal derived from some form of grain.
Bakery products
They are bakery products
While bakery products
With bakery products
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:………. he would have come to class.
If Mike could finish his homework
If Mike had been able to finish his homework
If Mike is able to finish his homework
Would Mike be able to finish his homework
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:………. the Gulf Stream is warmer than the ocean water surrounding it.
check_box As a whole
A whole as
Whole
Wholly
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:………. to go to the grocery store every day?
check_box Do people in your country like
Have people in your country like
Many people in your country liked
People in your country like
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:………. was the day before yesterday.
check_box France's Independence Day
French's Independence Day
The day of the French independence
The France's Independence Day
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:According to some historians, if Napoleon had not invaded Russia, he ………. the rest of Europe.
check_box would have conquered
conquered
had conquered
would conquer
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:All of the people at the AAME conference are ……….
mathematic teachers
mathematics teacher
mathematics teachers
mathematic's teachers
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Drying of meats and vegetables is no longer considered one of ………. of preserving food.
check_box the most useful ways
most are useful ways
the ways are useful
the ways most useful
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:He entered a university ……….
at age sixteen years old
at the age of sixteen
when he had sixteen years
when sixteen years were his age
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:In a hot, sunny climate, man acclimatizes by eating less, drinking more liquids, wearing lighter clothing, and ………..
darkens his skin
experiencing a darkening of the skin
his skin may darken
skin changes that darken
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Many books ………., but one of the best is "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie.
check_box have been written about success
about successful
have written about success
written about success
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Only ………. of the breeds of cattle have been brought to the United States.
check_box a small number
a little amount
a little number
a small amount
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Only when it rains for many days ……….
check_box is there a flood.
is a flood there.
there a flood is.
there is a flood.
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Partnership is an association of two or more individuals who ………. together to develop a business.
check_box work
they work
worked
working
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:Some of the rainwater from clouds evaporates before ……….
reach the ground
reaching the ground
the ground reaches
to reach the ground
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:The truck ………. crashed into the back of a bus scattering glass everywhere.
it was loading with empty bottles
loaded with empty bottles
loading with empty bottles
which loading with empty bottles
Part IV: Choose the correct answer to fill the gaps:When Franklin Roosevelt decided to run for a fourth term, the opposition said that he was ……….
check_box too old
oldest
so old
very older
What is the correct past perfect form of "I do the laundry"?
I did the laundry
I had did the laundry
I had done the laundry
I have done the laundry
What is the correct past perfect form of "We can rent a car"?
We could rent a car.
We 'd rent a car
We had been able to rent a car.
We had rented a car

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