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Ngày thi: 24 tháng 3 năm 2022 Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút

(Đề thi gồm: 09 trang)


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Section 1: You will hear part of a radio interview with a psychologist about friendship. For questions 1-5, choose the answer (A, B, C or D), which best fits according to what you hear. (1.0 pt)

1. According to the presenter,

A. we have to adjust our friendships as our lives change.

B. new books are being written to teach people how to manage friendships.

C. it's almost impossible to keep childhood friends for life.

D. the most important friends are childhood friends.

2. The danger of a trophy friend is that

A. he or she will inhibit your social life.

B. you may develop unrealistic expectations.

C. he or she will push you to be a higher achiever.

D. he or she will expect you to become more popular.

3. A sisterly friend

A. can be relied on but may be too involved in your life.

B. will resent other close friendships in your life.

C. will be as close to your family as she is to you.

D. will want to go out on dates with you and your new partner.

4. According to Barbara, a good friend

A. probably needs to be someone that you see very often.

B. tends to ask for your help slightly more than you would like but you tolerate it.

C. doesn't expend too much of your time or energy.

D. never puts you in a serious mood.

5. When making new friends,

A. try to be as funny as you can.

B. don't mention serious issues before you have got to know them well.

C. be sensitive to their need for space.

D. spend as much time with them as you can.

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I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others by circling

A, B, C or D. (1.0 pt)

1. A. handicraft

B. lacquerware

B. south

C. dangerous

D. asset D. strength

D. substitute

D. vein

2. A. smooth

3. A. doubtful

4. A. beige

5. A. exotic

B. debt

B. leisure

B. execrable

C. maths

C. climbing

C. neighbour

C. exhausted

D. exhibitor

II. Choose the word whose main stress pattern is different from that of the others by circling A, B, C

or D. (1.0 pt)

1. A. nationwide

2. A. underpass

B. adolescence

C. empathize

D. opportunity D. undercooked

D. onlooker

B. flyover

C. infamous

3. A. administrative

B. loudspeaker

C. compartment

4. A. onion

B. shallot

C. breathtaking

5. A. spacewalk

C. bargain

D. meteorite

D. simplify

B. avocado


I. Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the following sentences. (1.5 pts) 1. Thanks to the workshop, we could gain

A. hands-free

B. hands-on

experience of management.

C. handy

2. Children can be difficult to teach because of their short attention A. limit

C. period

D. hands

D. span

a seat in advance on the plane for your next business trip. B. conserve

C. reserve the weather now - I think I'm getting a cold.

B. duration

3. You will probably have to A. preserve

4. I'm feeling a bit A. in

5. She sang

A. beautiful

B. under

C. on

and won the first prize in The Voice Singing Contest.

B. beautifully

C. beauty

6. Using laptops, tablets, and cellphones in the classroom keeps students

A. engage 7. In

A. fairness.

B. engages

C. to engage

to them, it wasn't their fault that the party went so badly.

B. justice

8. The number of inhabitants on the planet deficiency of assets like water, fuel, and food.

D. persevere

D. at

D. more beautiful

D. engaged

D. sympathy

C. recognition arriving at unsustainable levels as it confronts

B. are

10. The entire city was

A. no 11.

A. is 9. We are looking for self-motivated people who can A. do

B. take

C. get electricity last night. It was chaotic. B. almost no account should you leave the building

B. Of no

C. have been

D. had been

the initiative.

D. make

C. hardly any

D. without

B. switch off

B. When

A. Of little 12. The expedition will be very expensive, to say A. nothing of

B. few of 13. She works very hard and finds it difficult to A. give in 14.

without notifying a member of staff.

C. Not on any

the danger.

C. short of

we couldn't make out the gist of the passage. A. Carefully as Jack explained

C. Due to Jack's carefully explanations


A. If

B. As Jack carefully explained

D. Though carefully explained by Jack

we address the various issues prudently and seriously, we are surely doomed for disaster.

D. Not on your

D. not so much of

when she gets home. C. let out

D. wind up

C. Unless

D. Though

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II. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. (0.2 pt)

1. Nature challenges humans in many ways, through disease, weather, and famine.

A. catastrophe

C. a drastic food shortage

B. excess of food D. draught

2. Students will find all academic assignments via the class blog their teachers create to post


A. by means of B. in terms of

C. by the way

D. in search of

III. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. (0.2 pt)

1. Environment pollution is a hot potato nowadays, and it affects everyone's life. A. something that is hotly debated

C. something that is not serious.

B. something that is common

D. something that is easy to solve and uncontroversial

C. biased

2. He holds egalitarian views and believes that everybody should be treated equally.

A. impartial

B. prioritised

D. fair

IV. Give the correct form of the words in brackets to complete the passage. (0.8 pt)

When people enjoy whatever they are doing, they report some characteristic feelings that distinguish the (1)

(PLEASURE) moment from the rest of life. The same types of feelings are reported in the context of playing chess, climbing mountains, playing with babies, reading a book or writing a poem. They are the same for young and old, male and female, American or Japanese, rich or poor. In other words, the nature of enjoyment seems to be (2)

(UNIVERSE). We call

this state of (3)

(CONSCIOUS) a flow experience, because many people report that when what they are doing is especially enjoyable, it feels like being carried away by a current, like being in a flow.

At present, (4)

(LAMENT) few students would recognize the idea that learning

can be like that. But if educators invested a fraction of the energy on (5) (STIMULUS) the students' enjoyment of learning that they now spend in trying to transmit information, we could achieve much better results. Once students' motivation is engaged, once they can be (6) (POWER) to take control of their own learning and provided with clear (7) (FEED) on their efforts, then they are on their way to a lifetime of self-propelled (8)

(ACQUIRE) of knowledge.

V. Complete each sentence using a verb from A in the correct form and a particle from B. You use each verb and particle once ONLY (0.8 pt)


turn put fly go

go start pull read


back together from

over up off on


1. With an effort, Mary stopped crying and


before the performance.

the lines.

your feet


2. Simon presents his story in a typically heroic manner, so I have to

3. After working all week, you deserve

4. I was worried that they wouldn't like each other, but in fact now they are a house on fire.

5. She realized she was in the wrong and promised

6. You can always count on a reliable person like him. He never 7. He's extremely irritable! He often

a new leaf.

on his word.

the handle at the slightest thing.

a new life

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8. She moved to a strange place where she had to make new friends and


VI. Think of one word which can be used appropriately in all three sentences. (0.5 pt)


- The bay has become a popular,

Whenever I asked him, he answered the question on the

- The weather forecast was


for young international travellers.


it rained all day!

of hearing.

Can you speak up a bit? You see my father is

- He'd had a

to normal.

- Come on! No

a fuss about it.



time since the doctors told him he had prostate cancer. His psyche couldn't return

feelings. I admit I made a mistake, but it wasn't intentional. Stop making such

- At the party, Jasmine immediately got involved in small

- She quickly became the

father of the child was.

- The dealer spent hours trying to mind.


about fashion and men.

of the town when she got pregnant. Old women wondered who the

her into buying the model, but Linda kept changing her

- Following the earthquake, a large-scale rescue

- There are several reactors of the type in

- The patient underwent a four-hour heart


- I kept my camera

- Healthcare should be

- The resort is easily

was launched.

at the moment.

in case I saw something that I wanted to capture on film.

to all people, regardless of financial status.

by road, rail, and air.

PART IV. READING (5.0 pts)

I. Read and choose the best option A, B, C or D to complete the passage. (2.0 pts)

If you decided to go camping, where do you think you would go? Perhaps you would head (1) the mountains or go trekking through thick forest land? And what would your holiday (2)

include? Maybe a tent, a sleeping bag and some matches to start a fire?

Well, think again, because the latest holiday trend is (3) different from that traditional image. Combining the words 'glamorous' and camping, the latest fashion is 'glamping' and when it comes to (4) away from it all, 'glampers' do it in style. Although they want to experience all the excitement of spending time in the (6) outdoors, they stay in luxurious eco lodges, each with its own (7)

eco-dome style tent, (9) decorated with traditional woven tapestries and including a heated spa pool.


chef! or they might choose a(n) (8)

Of course, such an experience doesn't come cheap. In fact, with prices ranging from $400 to $2000 a night, they can be (10)


C. for

C. checkout

D. out D. checking

D. vastly D. hiking

1. A. off

B. onto

2. A. checklist

B. check-in

3. A. terminally

B. famously

C. largely

4. A. getting

B. going

5. A. low-season

B. far-flung

C. all-inclusive

D. action-packed

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C. running

6. A. wild 7. A. open-topped

B. far

B. world-class

C. great

8. A. elegant

9. A. amusingly

10. A. luxuriously

C. self-catering

B. innovative

C. regional

C. glitteringly

C. exclusively

B. richly

B. costly

D. wide

D. wrinkle-free

D. vibrant

D. foolishly

D. exorbitantly

II. Read the passage carefully and then fill ONE suitable word in each gap. (2.0 pts)

Much has been heard recently about possible health hazard, including memory loss and brain tumour, from the use of mobile phones. With the possible half a billion mobile phones in (1) (throughout the world, in Britain alone, one person in four owns one, (2)

is worrying enough even if, so far, no concrete evidence has come to (3)

One study by Dr. Alan Preece and his team at Bristol University has shown, however, in a report in the International Journal of Radiation Biology, that tests on volunteers demonstrated no effect on (4) short-term memory or attention span. Subjects were exposed to microwave radiation for (5) to thirty minutes, but the one noticeable was positive rather than negative; the subjects reacted more rapidly in one test (6)

a visual choice. One explanation of this is that following the transmissions, a warming of the blood led to increase blood flow. For the experiment, places were chosen where the signal was good and the microwave dose light, and then where the signal was poor and the dose (7).

higher. The subjects were tested for recall and mental alertness (8)

exposure to microwaves characteristic of analogue phones, digital phones or no phones at all, without knowing (9)

they were exposed to. It is, of course, early days yet and the sample may not be large (10)

to generalize from. More research needs to be done.

III. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow. (1.0 pt)

Some Facts and Theories about Flu

A. The flu, more properly known as influenza, takes its name from the fact that it is so easily transmitted from person to person (influenza is the Italian word for 'influence'). Usually, contamination occurs through direct contact with secretions from an infected person. Its spread is also possible from contaminated airborne particles, such as those that occur when someone coughs or sneezes. However, it should be made clear that the risk is not great from simply being in the same room as an infected person, since the flu virus, unlike other respiratory viruses, does not dissolve in the air. Within 4-6 hours of someone catching the flu, the virus multiplies in infected cells and the cells burst, spreading the virus to other cells nearby.

B. The spread continues for up to 72 hours, the exact length of time depending on the body's immune system response and the strength of the particular strain of flu. The range of human responses to the flu virus has been of interest to scientists for many years. This is because the effect can vary from no infection to a rapid and deadly spread of the virus to many people. One area of study that has received particular attention is the immune system response of the individual. Where a person's immune system is healthy, the virus is attacked as it enters the body, usually in the respiratory tract. This lessens the severity of the illness. In contrast, people with compromised immune systems (typical in the young, where it is not fully developed, or in the old and the sick, where it is not working efficiently), often suffer the worst effects.

C. One of the body's responses to flu is the creation of antibodies which recognise and destroy that particular strain of flu virus. What fascinates most researchers in the field is that the human body seems capable of storing these antibodies over a whole lifetime in case of future attack from the same or similar strains of flu. It was while researching these antibodies that scientists turned their attention back to what was possibly the worst ever flu pandemic in the world. The actual number of deaths is disputed, but the outbreak in 1918 killed between 20 and 50 million people. It is also estimated that one-fifth of the population of the world may have been infected.

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D. Through tests done on some of the survivors of the 1918 outbreak, it was discovered that, 90 years later, they still possessed the antibodies to that strain of flu, and some of them were actually still producing the antibodies. Work is now focused on why these people survived in the first place, with one theory being that they had actually been exposed to an earlier, similar strain, therefore developing immunity to the 1918 strain. It is hoped that, in the near future, we might be able to isolate the antibodies and use them to vaccinate people against further outbreaks.

E. Yet vaccination against the flu is an imprecise measure. At best, the vaccine protects us from the variations of flu that doctors expect that year. If their predictions are wrong in any particular year, being vaccinated will not prevent us from becoming infected. This is further complicated by the fact that there are two main types of flu, known as influenza A and influenza B. Influenza B causes less concern as its effects are usually less serious. Influenza A, however, has the power to change its genetic make-up. Although these genetic changes are rare, they create entirely new strains of flu against which we have no protection. It has been suggested that this is what had happened immediately prior to the 1918 outbreak, with research indicating that a genetic shift had taken place in China.

F. In 2005, another genetic shift in an influenza A virus was recorded, giving rise to the H5N1 strain, otherwise known as avian flu, or bird flu. Typical of such new strains, we have no way of fighting it and many people who are infected with it die. Perhaps more worrying is that it is a strain only previously found in birds but which changed its genetic make-up in a way that allowed it to be transmitted to humans. Most of the fear surrounding this virus is that it will change again, developing the ability to pass from human to human. If that change does happen, scientists and doctors can reasonably expect a death rate comparable to that which occurred in 1918 and, given that we can now travel more quickly and more easily between countries, infecting many more people than was previously possible, it could be several times worse.

Questions 1-5: Do the following statements agree with the information given in the passage?



if the statement agrees with the information.

if the statement contradicts the information

if there is no information on this

1. The only way to catch flu is if someone coughs or sneezes near you.

2. You become aware of the symptoms of flu within 4-6 hours of infection.

3. The effect of a flu infection can depend on how strong the strain is.

4. Those who are more likely to suffer badly with the flu include very young or very old people.

5. Although antibodies last a lifetime, scientists have found they get weaker with age.

Questions 6-8: Classify the following statements as characterizing

A. something known by scientists to be true B. something believed by scientists to be true C. something known by scientists to be false

Write the correct letter A, B or C

6. Sharing a room with a flu sufferer presents a very high risk to your health.

7. One fifth of the people in the world caught the flu in 1918.

8. The H5N1 strain evolved in or before 2005..

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