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Năm học 2022 2023 

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(Thời gian làm bài 120 phút, không kế thời gian phát để 

Đô thị này có 04 trang 

A. PRONUNCIATION (0.8 point) 

Part 1. Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions. (0.4 point) 

1. A. machine 

2. A. novel 

Bexchange B poet 

C. champagne C. cotton 

D. brochure D. comic 

Part 2. Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions. (0.4point) 

3. A. campus 

4. A. benefit 

B. access B. article 

C. purpose 

(D) amount 


D. institute 

B. LEXICO - GRAMMAR (3.8 points) 

Part 1. Choose 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 (0.4 point) 

5. The virus is spread through contact with contaminated food and water. 

B. destroyed 


A. damaged 6. You look under the weather. I think you should go home and rest. 


B. tired 

C. sad 

D. puritfied 

D. bored 

Part 2. Choose 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. (0.4 point) 

7. Although the ending of the film is predictable, I enjoyed it very much. 


A very difficult 

B. unsurprising 


8. I could finish the summative test in a short time. It was a piece of cake. 

Bvery easy 

C. very simple 

D. boring 

D. very short 

Part 3. There are 5 mistakes in the passage. Find out the mistakes and correct them. (1.0 point) 


According to the FDA, leftovers can be kept for three to four days at the refrigerator. Be sure to eat them within that time. After that, the risk of food poisoning increases. If you don't think you'll be able to eat leftovers for four days, freeze them immediately 


Food poisoning - also called foodborne illness - are caused by harmful germs, such as bacteria in contaminated food. Because bacteria typically don't change the taste, smell or look of food, you can't say whether a food is dangerous to eat. So if you're in doubt about a food's safety, it's best to throw it out. away 

When you're ready to eat leftovers, reheat them on the stove or in a conventional oven 

Tear or microwave until the internal temperature raises 4°C. Slow cookers aren't recommended for reheating leftovers though these devices may not heat foods hot enough to kill bacteria. 

(Katherine Zeratsky, RD, LD) 

Example: 0. Line 0: at → in 


9. Line take 10. Line 




11. Line 3 12. Line 5 13. Line 

Part 4. Choose the lelle, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. (1.2 points) 

14. Buy me some apples on the way home, 

A. don't you 

B. did you 

C. do you 

D. will you 

D. was changing 

15. I came across a friend of mine in a bookstore yesterday. I hardly recognized her as she 

A, has changed 


A. Because of 

B. had changed 

C. changes 

a lot 

its negative health effects, the tobacco industry remains an important part of economy of many nations. 

B. Although 


D. Because 

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17. He was offered a high-paying job, but he 

A threw it away 

B. put it down 

18. Sunglasses protect your eyes from the 

A heat 

19. You can 

A create 


Curned it down 

of the sum 

C blaze 

a difference to your health by exercising 


C. get 

D. gave it op 

D. glare 

D. have 

in the crowd. (identify) Shared by Angels of Otto 

Part 5. Put the words in parentheses into their correct form. (0.8 point) 20. In his bright yellow coat and cap, your son is easily 

identyd 21. I've never seen such an imaginative 

designer (imagine) 22. My aunt's always perfectlytressed. (perfect) 

Channel throughout the year in Viet Nam (celebrate) 

23. There are many C. READING (3.0 points) 



Part 1. Choose the word that best fits the blank space in the following passage. There are FOUR extra words that you do not need to use.(1.0 point) 

disadvantage critical 



effectively solutions 


carefully participation 


Have you ever played chess? Some say you need to be very skillful to play it well but it is quite easy to learn started learning when I was only six years old and it helped me develop my powers of (24) 


If you want to achieve success as a chess player, the main requirement is an ability to 

analyse a situation (25) effectively I carefully 

Chess even helped me find various (26)hoto the mathematical problems I was given for homework. At first, one of my big problems was not having enough patience. Learning chess at school taught me the importance of waiting to make the right move! My teacher was (27) Cor my tendency not to think carefully before making a move. I discovered that every single error in chess gets instant punishment enabling your opponent to take control and putting you at a great (28) in the game 

use can take (Adapted from cambridge-fce-reading-use-of-english) Part 2. Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct option (A, B, C or D) to answer the questions from 29 to 33 (1.0 point) 


"disa ve 

Employers are more and more interested in taking on students during their holiday periods Students can do the easier tasks and free up time for their permanent employees to concentrate on the more demanding ones. Although there is little financial reward for students, it is a great chance to explore their interests and add to their CVs. However, few students know what jobs may be available 

Colleges sometimes advertise summer jobs on their notice-boards and in newspapers, and there are also well-known international organizations which can help. Students can also search the web find an interesting company and email the manager to ask what temporary jobs exist. This may sound time- consuming, but students then get to work in the company of their choice, so it is what I recommend. 

As a science student, two years ago I spent ten weeks in a laboratory in California, helping a group of researchers with their work. To begin with, the job seemed uninteresting because my responsibilities were not clear, but when I started working on a range of projects, such as wnnag research papers and creating web pages, my attitude changed 

I was paid enough to cover all my daily needs, so I had no financial worries. One of my jobs was to prepare educational material for schools. This was an entirely new challenge which I enjoyed so much that I decided to train as a teacher rather than a researcher when I got back My only regret was that I'd been too busy to learn more about the USA, but then a good summer job seldom leaves you much free time and you should be prepared for that 

29. What is the writer's main purpose in writing the text? 

A. to warn students about low-paid summer jobs B. to describe the best summer jobs for students 

to encourage students to look for summer jobs. 

D. to offer studeras interesting summer jobs. 

Source pet-text-buckers 

30. The writer says the best way to find a good summer job is 

A. to ask their own colleges for help 

C to join an organized student programme 

B. to read the job advertisements in the press. to contact possible employers directly, 

31. The writer found the California job disappointing at first because 

he was not sure what he had to do. Che did not like research work. 

B. he had to work on too many projects. D. he lacked good computer skills 

32. In what way did the California job benefit the writer? 

A It allowed him to save some money. It made him change his career plans. 

33. Which of these could be the writer speaking? 

B. It gave him contacts he could use later D. It taught him what life was like in the USA. 


A summer job is a good way of getting to see the world. Students are often unware of summer jobs opportunities. Employers are unwilling to offer summer jobs to students. D. Students should be better paid for doing summer jobs. Part 3. Read the passage about microwaving. Five sentences or parts of sentences have been removed. Choose from the sentences A-F the one which fits each gap. There is ONE extra sentence you do not need to use. (1.0 point) 


Microwaving is a method of cooking where food is bombarded by microwaves, usually within an appliance called a microwave oven which excite the water, fat and sugar molecules, thereby cooking both the outside and center of the food at the same time. Conversely the microwaves do not heat glass, ceramic and plastic containers. One advantage of microwaving is that small amounts of food can be heated very quickly, making it useful for reheating leftovers. 

The disadvantage is that food which is microwaved does not undergo some of the chemical reactions, such as browning, which makes the food visually attractive. Primitive microwave ovens often do not cook evenly, leading to a concern that bacteria easily killed by more traditional cooking methods may survive the quick cooking time in "cold spots", though the food item as a whole is cooked to a safe average temperature (34) 

Some high-end microwave ovens are combined with a convection oven which basically cook the food using microwave and hot air simultaneously to achieve both the fast cooking time and browning effect. 

(35) A 

However microwave ovens are used in some fast food chains and special microwave bags are available for cooking fowl or large joints of meat. 

Professional chefs generally recommend using microwaves for a limited set of tasks, including: melting fats and chocolate, cooking grains like oatmeal and grits, cooking rice, thawing frozen meats and vegetables before cooking by other methods and quickly reheating already-cooked foods. 

Using a microwave to boil water is potentially dangerous, due to superheating. In a microwave, water can be raised quickly to a temperature above the boiling point before major bubbles form, especially if it is purified and in a very clean glass vessel. (36) E This effect is rare, even for 

scientists who try to deliberately recreate it, and any seed whatsoever for boiling is likely to prevent the problem. Boiling water with, for instance, a teabag already in it will prevent any dangers by providing a seed, as will using a mug that is not perfectly clean. 

The risk greatly increases when water has already been boiled once in the same container. This situation can occur if the user of the oven boiled the water once, forgot about it, then came back later to boil it again. The first time the water boils, the seed bubbles are used up and largely eliminated from the water as it cools down. When the water is heated again, the lack of seed bubbles causes superheating. and a risk of a steam explosion when the water's surface is disturbed. 

Placing something in the water before heating can mostly alleviate this risk. If you are planning to mix something with the water, say tea or hot chocolate, adding it before heating will insure that the water boils. Otherwise, placing a wood object, for instance a chopstick, in the water before heating will also work 

Care should be taken when removing heated water from a microwave. Make sure that the hands are protected from possible liquid boil-over, place the container on a level, heat-proof surface and stir liquid with a warm spoon. Also, never add powdered substances (such as instant coffee or cocoa mix) to the 

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container taken from the microwave, due to the addition of all those seed bubbles and the potential for violent, spontaneous boiling. (37) C 

Metal objects, such as metal utensils, in a microwave oven can lead to dangerous situations. Metals do not absorb microwaves effectively. Instead, metals reflect microwaves, thereby preventing the latter from reaching the food. (38) 

Thin metal layers, such as metal foil and mugs with metal trim can melt or burn due to the strong electrical currents that are generated in metal objects. However, small solid metal objects, such as spoons, in combination with a large amount of absorbing food or liquid, normally do not lead to problems. 

With wireless computer networks gaining in popularity, microwaves can disrupt wireless network transmissions due to the fact that the microwave creates radio waves at about 2.4 gHz. This is about the same frequency that wireless networks use, so microwaves in use will interfere with network signals. 

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Missing sentences 

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A. Using a microwave for cooking a large food mass is difficult due to limited penetration of 


B. This can be overcome by leaving the food to stand for a few minutes when cooking is completed. C. It is advised that the water should be poured slowly into another container that already contains 

the powder. 

D. In this way, buying a microwave oven with a turntable ensure the food is cooked throughout. E. When water in that state is disturbed, it can suddenly and unexpectedly boil violently. 

F. If the microwaves are not absorbed inside the oven, the oven can be damaged by electrical arcs 

and overheating of the microwave source. 

D. WRITING (2.4 points) 

Part I. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do NOT change the word given. You must use between TWO and FIVE words, including the word given. (0.6 point) 

39. It is true that oil floats when you put it in water. (IF) 


→ Oil floats if you put in water. 

40. My father always has his breakfast before leaving for work. 

→ My father never leaves for work until he be 41. I didn't believe in the explanation he gave. (WAS) had → The explanation he gave _ was beyond belief. 


(UNTIL) his breakfast. 


- 0,2 

Part 2. Rewrite the following sentences in such a way that the second sentence has the same meaning 

as the first one. (0.4 point) 

42. Learning English through Walt Disney movies is easy for many children. 

→ Many children find learning English. through Walt Disney 

43. You missed the class yesterday, That's why you can't do this exercise now. 


movies easy 

→ Had you not missed the class. yesterday, you could do this exer 

Part 3. (1.4 points) 

In about 120-150 words, write a paragraph about the negative effects of drinking milk tea. 

No w