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(Đề thi gồm có 11 trang) 



Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề 

(Lưu ý: Thí sinh làm bài trên đề thi này) 










• Bài nghe gồm 03 phần; mỗi phần được nghe 02 lần, mỗi lần cách nhau 05 giây. 

• Mở đầu và kết thúc bài nghe có tín hiệu nhạc. 

• Mọi hướng dẫn cho thí sinh (bằng tiếng Anh) đã có trong bài nghe. 

Part 1. For questions 1-5, listen to the conversation and complete the form. Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer in the boxes below. Number (0) is done as an example. (1.0 pt) 



Family name: (0) 

First name: (1) 


Address: Unit 15, 35 Maximilian Way, Whitfield. 

Postcode: (2) 

Occupation: Nurse 

Mobile: (3) 

ID number: (4) 

Date of Birth: 25th (5) 

Example: (0). Milton 

Your answers: 







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Part 2. For questions 6-10, listen to a conversation, choose and write the correct letter A, B or C for each answer in the boxes below. (1.0 pt) 

6. What is the man's destination? 

A. Salt Lake City, USA 

B. New York City, USA 

C. Helsinki, Finland 

7. When is the man's departure date? 

A. the twenty-ninth 

B. the twenty-second 

C. the twenty-third  

8. What is the flight number for the second half of the man's journey? 

A. 555 

B. 90 

C. 1070 

9. How long is the man's layover between flights? 

A. less than an hour 

B. less than two hours 

C. less than three hours 

10. What request did the man make regarding his flight? 

A. He asked for a specially-prepared dinner. 

B. He wanted an aisle seat. 

C. He asked for a seat near the front of the plane. 

Your answers: 






Part 3. For questions 11-20, complete the sentences. Write ONE WORD for each answer in the boxes below. (2.0 pts) 

Coffee in the Arab world 


There was small-scale trade in wild coffee from Ethiopia. 

1522: Coffee was approved in the Ottoman court as a type of medicine. 

• 1623: In Constantinople, the ruler ordered the (11) house. 

Coffee arrives in Europe (17th century) 

Coffee shops were compared to (12) 

• They played an important part in social and (13) 

Coffee and European colonisation 

• European powers established coffee plantations in their colonies. 

• Types of coffee were often named according to the (14) from. 

In Brazil and the Caribbean, most cultivation depended on (15) 

In Java, coffee was used as a form of (16) 

Coffee became almost as important as (17) 

The move towards the consumption of (18) place in the USA. 

Coffee in the 19th century 

Prices dropped because of improvements in (19) 

Industrial workers found coffee helped them to work at (20) 

of every coffee 


they came 

in Britain did not also take 

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Your answers: 












Part 1. Choose and write in the boxes below the correct option (A, B, C or D) that best completes each unfinished sentence. (3.0 pts) 

21. The soap opera star threatened to 

A. prosecute 

B. charge 

her dentist for $10 million. 

C. convict 

D. sue 

22. Laura wonders whether to go camping with her friends or to stay at home in order to prepare for her final composition. She is on the horns of a 

A. predicament B. mess 

C. dilemma 

23. As he accepted the award from the organization, his voice. 

A. quivered 

B. flinched 

24. It was so foggy that the driver couldn't 

A. break out 

B. keep out 

D. puzzle with emotion. 

C. cringed 

D. winced 

the traffic signs. C. make out 

D. take out 

that I still didn't understand. 

C. illegible 

D. garbled 

D. go in 

D. lightly 

25. I asked him what to do but his instructions were so 

A. inexplicable 

26. We have to 

A. go about 

27. The film is 

A. casually 

B. muddled our homework right now, or we won't finish it today. 

C. go for 

B. go out 

based on a true story, but most of it is fiction. 

B. loosely 

C. faintly 

28. David: "It's terrible. I don't think I will be able to pass the exam." 




A. Let's try it. 

C. Ok. What's that? 

B. Why not pass 


D. Don't worry. Everything will be all right. 

29. You can buy goods on the Internet with a credit card, but there is a danger of someone else obtains the number. 

A. corruption 

30. The music aroused an 


B. fraud 

C. embezzlement feeling of homesickness in him. B. intentional 

C. intensive 

D. disruption 

D. intended children. 

A. intense 31. The new law allows school districts to spend more money on less 

A. advantageous 

B. advantaged 

D. disadvantageous 

C. disadvantaged 

a good answer. 

32. The teacher asked a difficult question, but finally Ted 

A. put up with 

33. The ceiling fans were 

34. When my 

A. stirred up 


A. outgrew 

B. keep pace with C. made rooms for D. came up with on, but unfortunately they only 

B. poured through C. turned into 

their toys, I donated them to a charity. B. outnumbered 

C. outlasted 

35. I am not able to go anywhere this weekend because I am up to my 

the hot, humid air. 

D. cut back 

D. outwore 

in work. 

A. eyes 36. The company is in 

A. dirty 

B. cool 

B. neck 

C. head water over their refusal to reduce prices. 

C. hot 

D. nose 

D. deep 

37. Tim was forced to leave his job but he got a generous golden 

A. compensation 

B. handshake 

C. parachute 

D. capital 

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38. Mrs. Allison did say that we could take dictionaries into the exam with us, 

B. doesn't she 

C. could we 

D. couldn't we 

A. didn't she 39. To fit together the thousands of fragments of the broken vase was a long and 

A. minute 



B. careful 


C. painstaking 

D. minuscule 

B. Hardly did the rain stop 

than spectators began to return to the slope. 

A. Not until the rain stopped C. No sooner had the rain stopped 

D. Hardly had the rain stopped 

have made communication faster and easier through the use of email and Internet is widely recognized. Shared by Angels of 

A. That it is computersOtto Channel 

C. Computers that 

42. If flights to Cyprus 

honeymoon last spring. 

A. weren't 

B. That computers 

D. It is that computers 

so expensive these days, they might have gone there for their 

43. The doctor recommended that the patient 

A. had to stay 

B. aren't 

B. stayed 

44. She joined the local tennis club, 

A. most of its members 

C. most of whose members 

45. It is in this hospital 


A. that helps the homeless 

C. that the homeless are helped 


C. wasn't 

D. hadn't been 

D. stay 

in bed until a specialist was called in. C. must stay 

were at least 60. 

B. most whose members 

D. most members 

B. where the homeless is helped 

D. the homeless has been helped 

he was determined to continue to finish the five-thousand-mile bike journey. 

A. Tired as he might feel 

C. As he might feel tired 

B. However tired 

D. He felt very tired though 

47. My grandparents have been married for over 50 years and they still get along 

B. jumpingly 

A. runningly 

C. walkingly 48. His talent meant he could create wondrous things, but his 


A. adversity 

B. lethargy 

C. ineptitude 

49. You'll do well at school if you just keep your nose to the 

A. whetstone 

B. steel 

C. grindstone 50. Sue: "You have read that article on the website, haven't you?" 


A. Sure, thanks. 


C. Not yet. Why? 

D. swimmingly meant he hardly ever felt like 

B. Not at all! Go ahead. 

D. Yes, of course, I will. 

D. tactlessness 

D. grinder 

Your answers: 































Part 2. Write the correct form of each bracketed word in the numbered boxes provided. (1.0 pt) 51. Eating that meat could be dangerous. It looks 

to me. (COOK) 

52. I don't think Tom's been getting too much sleep lately. His eyes are terribly 


53. He apologized for the 54. Rose and I 

there. (COINCIDE) 

he had caused. (CONVENIENT) 

reserved the rooms in the same hotel. She was really surprised to see me 

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55. Without color dyes, people would find a lot of processed food rather 

56. In Canada, 26% of the federal 

level. (JUDGE) 

57. The policeman examined the parcel 


58. His workmates were very 59. If the cabin 



are women; with one-third of judges at provincial 

as he had no idea what it could be. 

and selfish. (COOPERATE) 

oxygen masks will automatically drop down. (PRESS) 

between the two sides. 

Shared by Angels of 

60. It took two hours of negotiations to bring about a 


Your answers: 






Otto Channel 







Part 1. Read the following passage and write in the boxes below the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word that best fits each of the numbered blanks. (1.0 pt) 


One rather unlikely word that has recently entered the language is 'blog', a shortened form of 'web log'. A blog is a diary (61) 

'blogger' who presumably (62) 

on the Internet by the person writing it - the other people to read it. It is ironical that modern such an old-fashioned form as the 


technology is being used to breathe new life (63) personal journal. And now, as the technology behind video cameras is making them easier to use, we have the video log, or 'vlog'. Vlogging does not require (64) equipment: a digital video camera, a high-speed Internet connection and a host are all that is needed. Vloggers can put anything that (65) 

their fancy onto their personal website. Some vloggers have no ambitions rather than to show films they have shot while on holiday in exotic places. (66) 

vlogs can also serve more ambitious purposes. For instance, 

amateur film-makers (67) 

want to make a name for themselves might publish their work on the Internet, eager to receive advice or criticism. And increasingly, vlogs are being used to publicize political and social issues that are not newsworthy enough to (68) coverage by the mass media. It is still (69) 

early to predict whether vlogging will ever 

take off in a major way or if it is just a passing fad, but its (70) 


61. A. released 

62. A. believes 

is only now becoming 

D. mounted D.supposes D. for D. highly 

D. gives D. Although 

B. sent 

B. expects 

C. posted C. assumes 

63. A. into 

B. in 

64. A. absolutely 

B. largely 

C. on C. utterly 

65. A. grasps 

B. appeals 

C. takes 

66. A. However 

B. Because 

C. So 

67. A. which 

B. who 

C. what 

D. whom 

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69. A. very 

68. A. earn 

B. cause 

B. such 

C. too 

70. A. potential 

B. possibility 

C. ability 

C. excuse 

D. warrant 

D. so 

D. feasibility  

Your answers: 











Part 2. Read the passage and write ONE suitable word for each blank in the boxes below. 

(2.0 pts) 


Success, in any field, is often a matter of how well a person is (71) 

to control the 

amount of stress they experience. As stress increases, their performance often improves but there is a certain point beyond (72) 

their performance begins to decline sharply. Sports psychologists now help Olympic athletes, (73) 

others, balance the good and bad effects. 

of stress. 

Before an athletic event, a high (74) 

of excitement can actually have a positive 


if negative thoughts take 

effect on the athlete. This excitement becomes harmful, (75) over. Thoughts such as "What if I fall?" or "I know the others are better than me" should definitely be avoided. Psychologists help athletes manage to replace (76) 


thoughts with positive 

to recognise your level of these cases. If you're 

Another useful technique before competing (77) excitement and adjust it if necessary. Music may be helpful (78) over-excited, listening to soft music can help to calm you down. If you feel you're not excited 

you may want to listen to fast, powerful music to raise your spirits. 


The key to success, in other words, is a person's knowledge of their ideal level of excitement. An imbalance (80) 

way could mean the difference between success and failure. 

Your answers: 











Part 3. The passage below contains 10 mistakes. Identify the mistakes, correct them, and write your answers in the boxes below. Lines 1 and 2 have been done as examples. (2.0 pts) 


If I say 'I always tell lies', am I telling truth? This is known as the Liar's Paradox. 

It has been around for millennia and is usually attributed to the Cretan who said 'All of 

Cretans are liars'. Logicians call this a circular argument or problem to that there is no 

solution. The quick answer is that while the question is valid from a grammatical viewpoint, 

from a logical point of view is contrived contradictory nonsense, though this didn't stop the 

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philosopher Bertrand Russell spending two whole of summers trying to solve the 


The theological answer is that the human race is made up of three types of people: 

the saints who always tell the truth, devils who always tell lies and sinners who sometimes 

tell the truth and sometimes tell lies. Logically, the saint cannot say 'I always tell lies' since 

this would be a lie. A devil cannot logically say 'I always tell lies' since all this would be 

the truth. Only a sinner can logically say 'I always tell lies', and this would be a lie. It is 

essentially the same as the dilemma faced the barber who shaves all the men who don't 

shave themselves. The whole question is: who shaves the barber? Clearly, he cannot shave 

himself when he only shaves those who don't shave themselves. However, he cannot 

remain unshaven as he would then have to shave themselves. 

Your answers: 



Error Correction 


the truth 


all of 












Part 4. Read the following passage and write in the boxes below the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. (2.0 pts) 

Although noise, commonly defined as unwanted sound, is a widely recognized form of pollution, it is very difficult to measure because the discomfort experienced by different individuals is highly subjective and, therefore, variable. Exposure to lower levels of noise may be slightly irritating, whereas exposure to higher levels may actually cause hearing loss. Particularly in congested urban areas, the noise produced as a by-product of our advancing technology causes physical and psychological harm, and distracts from the quality of life for those who are exposed to it. 

Unlike the eyes, which can be covered by eyelids against strong light, the ear has no lid, and is, therefore, always open and vulnerable; noise penetrates without protection. 

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Noise causes effects that the hearer cannot control and to which the body never becomes accustomed. Loud noises instinctively signal danger to any organism with a hearing mechanism, including human beings. In response, heartbeat and respiration accelerate, blood vessels constrict, the skin pales, and muscles tense. In fact, there is a general increase in functioning brought about by the flow of adrenaline released in response to fear, and some of these responses persist even longer than the noise, occasionally as long as thirty minutes after the sound has ceased. 

Because noise is unavoidable in a complex, industrial society, we are constantly responding in a same way that we would respond to danger. Recently, researchers have concluded that noise and our response may be much more than an annoyance. It may be a serious threat to physical and psychological health and well-being, causing damage not only to the ear and brain but also to the heart and stomach. We have long known that hearing loss is America's number one nonfatal health problem, but now we are learning that some of us with heart disease and ulcers may be victims of health as well. Fetuses exposed to noise tend to be overactive, they cry easily, and they are more sensitive to gastrointestinal problems after birth. In addition, the psychic effect of noise is very important. Nervousness, irritability, tension, and anxiety increase, affecting the quality of rest during sleep, and the efficiency of activities during walking hours, as well as the way that we 

interact with each other. 

91. Which of the following is the author's main point? 

A. Noise may pose a serious threat to our physical and psychological health. 

B. Loud noises signal danger. 

C. Hearing loss is America's number one nonfatal health problem. 

D. The ear is not like the eye. 

92. According to the passage, what is noise? 

A. Unwanted sound 

C. Physical and psychological harm 

93. Why is noise difficult to measure? 

A. It causes hearing loss. 

B. A by-product of technology 

D. Congestion 

B. All people do not respond to it in the same way. 

C. It is unwanted. 

D. People become accustomed to it. 

94. The word congested in paragraph 1 could best be replaced by 

A. hazardous 

B. polluted 

C. crowded 

95. The word "by-product" as used in the passage is closest in meaning to 

A. a necessary product 

B. a product that is always by your side 

C. an unexpected result 

D. something that is produced by environmental pollution 

96. It can be inferred from the passage that the eye 

A. responds to fear 

C. increases functions 

D. rushed 

B. enjoys greater protection than the ear D. is damaged by noise 

97. According to the passage, people respond to loud noise in the same way that they respond to 

A. annoyance 

B. disease 

C. damage 

D. danger 

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98. The word accelerate in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to 

B. alter 

A. decrease 

99. The word it in the first paragraph refers to 

A. the noise 

B. the quality of life 

C. increase 

D. release 

C. advancing technology D. aby-product 100. With which of the following statements would the author most probably agree? 

A. Noise is sometimes annoying. 

B. Noise is America's number one problem. 

C. Noise is an unavoidable problem in an industrial society. D. Noise is a complex problem.  

Your answers: 












Part 1. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence printed before. (1.0 pt) 

101. She is now leading a normal life as a result of all the support she received from social workers. 

→ Had she 

102. The northwest of Britain has more rain each year than the southeast. 

→The annual 

103. If you don't pay on time, your booking will be cancelled. 

→ Failure 

104. In the end it was discovered that she had known him for a long time. 

→ It turned 

105. When the weather becomes hotter, we should drink more water. → The hotter 

Part 2. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. Use BETWEEN THREE AND FIVE WORDS, including the word given in capitals, and this word must not be changed in any way. (1.0 pt) 

106. It was a mistake not to write the telephone number down. (POINT) → I should 

107. Police are warning people to check for forged notes which are currently in circulation. 


→ Police are warning people to be 

are currently in circulation. 

writing down the telephone number. 

for forged notes which 

108. Students at this school are not allowed to go into the Rainbow Disco. (BOUNDS) 

→The Rainbow Disco 

109. She can't get into the habit of studying every evening. (USED) → She can't 

students at this school. 

every evening. 

politely to the old lady. 

110. Jane regretted speaking so rudely to the old lady. (MORE) → Jane 

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Part 3. Write an essay of about 250 words on the following topic: 

Some people think that the increasing use of social networking sites has a negative effect on young people. To what extent do you agree or disagree? 

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or 

experiences. (3.0 pts) 

Your answer: 

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NĂM HỌC 2023 – 2024 


Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề 


Đáp án, biểu điểm và hướng dẫn chấm gồm có tất cả 03 trang 

- Tổng điểm toàn bài: 20 điểm 

I. LISTENING (4.0 điểm) 

Part 1. (1.0 điểm / 5 câu) - Mỗi câu đúng = 0.2 điểm 

1. Lynda 

2. 5577 

3.0412 214 418 

4. AZ1985331 

5. September 

Part 2. (1.0 điểm/ 5 câu) - Mỗi câu đúng = 0.2 điểm 

6. C 

7. B 

8. B 

Part 3. (2.0 điểm/ 10 câu) - Mỗi câu đúng = 0.2 điểm 

11. destruction 

12. universities 

13. political 

14. port/ ports 

9. B 

10. A 

16. taxation 

17. sugar 

18. tea 

19. transportation 

15. slaves/ slavery 

II. USE OF ENGLISH (4.0 điểm) 

20. night 

Part 1. (3.0 điểm/ 30 câu) - Mỗi câu đúng = 0.1 điểm 

21. D 

22. C 

23. A 


25. D 

26. A 

27. B 

28. D 

29. B 

30. C 

31. B 

32. D 

33. A 

34. A 

35. B 

36. D 

37. B 

38. A 

39. C 

40. C 

41. B 

42. A 

43. D 

44. C 

45. C 

46. A 

47. D 

48. B 

49. C 

50. C 

Part 2. (1.0 điểm/ 10 câu) - Mỗi câu đúng = 0.1 điểm  

51. undercooked 

52. bloodshot 

56. judiciary 

57. suspiciously 

53. inconvenience 

54. coincidentally 

55. unappetizing / unappetising 

58. uncooperative 

59. depressurizes / depressurises 

60. reconciliation 

III. READING (7.0 điểm) 

Part 1. (1.0 điểm/ 10 câu) - Mỗi câu đúng =0.1 điểm 

61. C 

66. A 

62. B 

67. B 

63. A 

68. D 

Part 2. (2.0 điểm/ 10 câu) - Mỗi câu đúng = 0.2 điểm 

64. D 

65. C 

69. C 

70. A 

71. able 

72. which 

73. among/ 


76. negative/ 


77. is 

78. in 

74. level/ 

degree 79. enough 

75. though/ 


80. either 

Part 3. (2.0 điểm/ 10 câu) - Mỗi câu đúng = 0.2 điểm  





truth → the truth 


all of → all 


that → which 


is → it is 


whole of → whole 


the saints saints 




the saint → a saint 







all this this 


faced→ faced by 

The whole question → The question 




because / as/ since 



themselves → himself 

Lưu ý: Part 3. III, phát hiện đúng lỗi sai được 0.1 điểm và sửa đúng lỗi sai đó được 0.1 điểm. Các đáp án có thể được chấp nhận nếu không theo thứ tự câu hỏi từ 81 đến 90 miễn là thí sinh phát hiện đúng hàng sai và sửa đúng lỗi sai đó. 

Part 4. (2.0 điểm/ 10 câu) - Mỗi câu đúng = 0.2 điểm 

91. A 

92. A 

93. B 

94. C 

95. C 

96. B 

97. D 

98. C 

99. A 

100. C 

IV. WRITING (5.0 điểm) 

Part 1. (1.0 điểm/ 5 câu) – Mỗi câu đúng = 0.2 điểm 

101. She is now leading a normal life as a result of all the support she received from social 


Had she not received so much support from social workers, she wouldn't / couldn't be leading such a normal life now. 

102. The northwest of Britain has more rain each year than the southeast. 

The annual rainfall in/ for the northwest of Britain is higher than that in the southeast. / The annual rainfall in/ for the southeast of Britain is lower than that in the northwest. 103. If you don't pay on time, your booking will be cancelled. 

→ Failure to pay on time will cancel your booking. / 

Failure to pay on time means that your booking will be cancelled. 104. In the end it was discovered that she had known him for a long time. → It turned out that she had known him for a long time. 

105. When the weather becomes hotter, we should drink more water. → The hotter the weather becomes, the more water we should drink. 

Part 2. (1.0 điểm/ 5 câu) – Mỗi câu đúng = 0.2 điểm 

106. It was a mistake not to write the telephone number down. (POINT) 

I should have made a point of writing down the telephone number.  

107. Police are warning people to check for forged notes which are currently in circulation. 


Police are warning people to be on the lookout for forged notes which are currently in circulation. 

108. Students at this school are not allowed to go into the Rainbow Disco. (BOUNDS) →The Rainbow Disco is out of bounds to students at this school. 

109. She can't get into the habit of studying every evening. (USED) 

→ She can't get used to studying every evening. 

110. Jane regretted speaking so rudely to the old lady. (MORE) 

→ Jane wished/ wishes she had spoken more politely to the old lady. 

Part 3. (3.0 điểm) Đề nghị điểm thành phần của bài luận: 

1. Bố cục và độ dài: (0.6 điểm) 

Đầy đủ 3 phần: Mở bài, thân bài, kết luận. Độ dài khoảng 250 từ. 

2. Cấu trúc câu, ngữ pháp, từ vựng: (1.0 điểm) 

Câu không mắc lỗi ngữ pháp cơ bản, sử dụng từ vựng tốt, câu đa dạng linh hoạt. 

3. Nội dung: (1.0 điểm) 

Ý hay, phong phú, biểu đạt nội dung liên quan chặt chẽ với chủ đề. 

4. Kỹ năng viết tổng hợp: (0.4 điểm) 

Thể hiện viết mạch lạc, chặt chẽ, nối kết câu, chuyển mạch tốt. 

(Tùy mức độ thi sinh viết được, giảm khảo dựa vào thang điểm để quyết định.) 


Transcript - Đề thi Chuyên Tiếng Anh vào trường THPT Chuyên Nguyễn Du, Đắk Lắk năm học 2023-2024 có đáp án
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Part 1.
You will hear a conversation between an assistant librarian and a woman who wants to use the internet in the library. First, you have some time to look at questions 1 to 6.
[20 seconds]
You will see that there is an example that has been done for you. On this occasion only the conversation relating to this will be played first.
WOMAN: Good morning, I’d like to register to use the internet in the library.
MAN: Do you have a library card?
WOMAN: Yes, I’ve been a member for 6 months but I’ve never used the internet services before.
The woman already has a library card, so Yes has been written in the space. Now we shall begin. You should answer the questions as you listen because you will not hear the recording a second time. Listen carefully and answer questions 1 to 6.
WOMAN: Good morning, I’d like to register to use the internet in the library.
MAN: Do you have a library card?
WOMAN: Yes, I’ve been a member for 6 months but I’ve never used the internet services before.
MAN: No problem. Can I have your full name please?
WOMAN: Lynda Jayne Milton.
MAN: So, Milton is your surname?
MAN: And Linda, L-i-n-d-a?
WOMAN: Well, no, actually it’s L-Y-N-D-A.
MAN: Lynda … Jane.
WOMAN: And, erm, Jane isn’t spelt J-a-n-e either. It’s J-A-Y-N-E.
MAN: Okay, got that …thank you. Now, where do you live, Lynda?
WOMAN: Unit 15, 35 Maximilian Way.
MAN: That’s in Whitfield, right? I have a cousin who lives in that area.
WOMAN: Yes, Whitfield.
MAN: And the postcode is double seven double five?
WOMAN: Not quite – you’ve got it round the wrong way. It’s double five double seven.
MAN: Whoops, okay, moving on now … Do you work or are you at home during the day?
WOMAN: Well, both, actually. I work as a nurse but I’m on permanent night shift.
MAN: Oh, I see. In that case, we won’t put down your home phone number because I’m sure you don’t want to be disturbed when you’re trying to sleep.
WOMAN: Thanks, I appreciate that – you can always leave a message on my mobile if you have to contact me. I have it turned off when I’m sleeping, but I regularly check my voicemail for messages.
MAN: And that number is?
WOMAN: 0412 214 418
MAN: Good. Now I’ll need to see some form of photo ID – have you got something with you?
WOMAN: Yes, just a minute, here’s my swipe card for the hospital.
MAN: Thank you. I just need to make a note of the number … AZ 1985331
WOMAN: Is that all you need?
MAN: Just one more thing – your date of birth – but I can get that from the card. One moment …
WOMAN: Look – I’m afraid you haven’t copied it down correctly. I was born on the 25th September, 1975.
MAN: What have I written? Oh yes, I see it now, I’ve got the 25th of the eighth month, but that would make it August … Thanks for spotting the mistake.
Part 2.
Travel Agent: Freedom Travel. How may I help you?
Caller: Yes, I’d like to make a flight reservation for the twenty-third of this month.
Travel Agent: Okay. What is your destination?
Caller: Well. I’m flying to Helsinki, Finland.
Travel Agent: Okay. Let me check what flights are available?. [Okay] And when will you be returning?
Caller: Uh, well, I’d like to catch a return flight on the twenty-ninth. Oh, and I’d like the cheapest flight available.
Travel Agent: Okay. Let me see. Um, hmm . . .
Caller: Yeah?
Travel Agent: Well, the price for the flight is almost double the price you would pay if you leave the day before.
Caller: Whoo. Let’s go with the cheaper flight. By the way, how much is it?
Travel Agent: It’s only $980.
Caller: Alright. Well, let’s go with that.
Travel Agent: Okay. That’s flight 1070 from Salt Lake City to New York, Kennedy Airport, transferring to flight 90 from Kennedy to Helsinki.
Caller: And what are the departure and arrival times for each of those flights?
Travel Agent: It leaves Salt Lake City at 10:00 AM, arriving in New York at 4:35 PM, then transferring to flight 90 at 5:55 PM, and arriving in Helsinki at 8:30 AM the next day.
Caller: Alright. And, uh, I’d like to request a vegetarian meal.
Travel Agent: Sure, no problem. And could I have you name please?
Part 3.
In my presentation, I’m going to talk about coffee, and its importance both in economic and social terms. We think it was first drunk in the Arab world, but there’s hardly any documentary evidence of it before the 1500s, although of course that doesn’t mean that people didn’t know about it before then.
However, there is evidence that coffee was originally gathered from bushes growing wild in Ethiopia, in the northeast of Africa. In the early sixteenth century, it was being bought by traders, and gradually its use as a drink spread throughout the Middle East. It’s also known that in 1522, in the Turkish city of Constantinople, which was the centre of the Ottoman Empire, the court physician approved its use as a medicine.
By the mid-1500s, coffee bushes were being cultivated in the Yemen and for the next hundred years this region produced most of the coffee drunk in Africa and the Arab world.
What’s particularly interesting about coffee is its effect on social life. It was rarely drunk at home, but instead people went to coffee houses to drink it. These people, usually men, would meet to drink coffee and chat about issues of the day.
But at the time, this chance to share ideas and opinions was seen as something that was potentially dangerous, and in 1623 the ruler of Constantinople demanded the destruction of all the coffee houses in the city, although after his death many new ones opened, and coffee consumption continued.
In the seventeenth century, coffee drinking spread to Europe, and here too coffee shops became places where ordinary people, nearly always men, could meet to exchange ideas. Because of this, some people said that these places performed a similar function to universities.
The opportunity they provided for people to meet together outside their own homes and to discuss the topics of the day had an enormous impact on social life, and many social movements and political developments had their origins in coffee house discussions.
In the late 1600s, the Yemeni monopoly on coffee production broke down and coffee production started to spread around the world, helped by European colonization. Europeans set up coffee plantations in Indonesia and the Caribbean and production of coffee in the colonies skyrocketed.
Different types of coffee were produced in different areas, and it’s interesting that the names given to these different types, like Mocha or Java coffee, were often taken from the port they were shipped to Europe from. But if you look at the labour system in the different colonies, there were some significant differences.
In Brazil and the various Caribbean colonies, coffee was grown in huge plantations and the workers there were almost all slaves. But this wasn’t the same in all colonies; for example in Java, which had been colonized by the Dutch, the peasants grew coffee and passed a proportion of this on to the Dutch, so it was used as a means of taxation.
But whatever system was used, under the European powers of the eighteenth century, coffee production was very closely linked to colonisation. Coffee was grown in ever-increasing quantities to satisfy the growing demand from Europe, and it became nearly as important as sugar production, which was grown under very similar conditions.
However, coffee prices were not yet low enough for people to drink it regularly at home, so most coffee consumption still took place in public coffee houses and it still remained something of a luxury item.
In Britain, however, a new drink was introduced from China, and started to become popular, gradually taking over from coffee, although at first it was so expensive that only the upper classes could afford it. This was tea, and by the late 1700s it was being widely drunk.
However, when the USA gained independence from Britain in 1766, they identified this drink with Britain, and coffee remained the preferred drink in the USA, as it still is today.
So, by the early nineteenth century, coffee was already being widely produced and consumed. But during this century, production boomed and coffee prices started to fall. This was partly because new types of transportation had been developed which were cheaper and more efficient.
So now, working people could afford to buy coffee – it wasn’t just a drink for the middle classes. And this was at a time when large parts of Europe were starting to work in industries. And sometimes this meant their work didn’t stop when it got dark; they might have to continue throughout the night.
So, the use of coffee as a stimulant became important – it wasn’t just a drink people drank in the morning, for breakfast. There were also changes in cultivation …