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I. PRONUNCIATION

A. Choose the word that has the letter (s) pronounced differently fro the others.

1. a. language              b. package                c. mathematics             d. marvelous

2. a. chemistry             b. prepare                  c. receive                      d. degree

3. a. private                 b. diploma                c. guide                        d. writer

4. a. trouble                  b. study                    c. tutor                         d. subject

5. a. received                b. worked                 c. obtained                   d. harbored

B. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others

1. a. background          b. career                    c. secondary                 d. private

2. a. scientific               b. atomic                   c. impossible                d. professor

3. a. obtain                   b. determine             c. award                       d. harbour

4. a. ambitious              b. difficulty              c. brilliant                     d. mature

5. a. education             b. difficulty              c. champion                  d. institute

II. VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSION

Choose the one word or phrase - a, b, c or d - that best completes the sentence or substitutes for the underlined word or phrase.

1. Marie Curie was born................November 7, 1867.

     a. in.                        b. from                      c. at                               d. on

2. Computer models help to determine whether a particular area is likely to flood.

     a. make up               b. find out                c. take over                  d. put up

3. Let me give you a little .................................about the president of the company.

     a. specialization       b. concentration        c. background              d. degree

4. Jane is always determined to do anything she wants. She's a.....................woman.

     a. ambitious            b. strong-willed           c. brilliant        d. humane

5. He passed his exams with flying colour.

     a. successfully         b. difficultly             c. badly                        d. easily

6. She harbored her hope of being a teacher.

  1. gave up her hope of being a teacher
  2. built her hope of being, a teacher
  3. had her hope of being a teacher
  4. kept her hope of being, a teacher in her mind

7. He behaved like an adult. I think he is more.................... than the other boys at his class.

     a. intelligent            b. mature                  c. ambitious                  d. developed

8. The new road should help ......................traffic problems.

     a. raise                     b. create                    c. ease                          d. cause

9. There is no................... explanation for what happened.

     a. scientist               b. scientific               c. scientifically             d. since

10. The new surgeon will ...................her post in May.

     a. go on                   b. get over                c. take up                     d. look after

III. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE

A. Choose the one word or phrase - a, b, c or d - that best completes the sentence.

  1. The man looked familiar. I ................... him somewhere before.

     a. saw                           b. have seen           c. had seen                d. see

  1. Last night a tornado swept through Rockville. It ................. everything in its path.

     a. destroyed                 b. was destroyed   c. had destroyed       d. has destroyed

  1. In spite of.................., we decided to go out.

     a. we felt very tired     b. feeling tired       c. all of us felt tired  d. tired  

4.  When we.........................the bill. we left the restaurant.           

     a. had paid                   b. were paying       c. paid                       d. had been paying.

5.  When the firework....................off, the dog....................away.

     a. had gone/ ran           b. went/ had run    c. went/ ran               d. went/was running

  1. In 1903, Marie became the first woman...................a Doctor of Science degree.

     a. receiving                   h. receive               c. receives                 d. to receive

  1. The police officer stopped us and asked us where........................

     a. were we going          b. are we going      c. we are going         d. we were going

8. . Annie found the souvenirs ................. she wanted at the gift shop.

     a. that                           b. which                c. θ                            d. all are correct

  1. The manager made his employees ................. the computer evening class.

     a. attending                  b. attend                c. to attend               d. attendance

10. Marie Curie....................a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911.

     a. awarded                   b. was awarded     c. had awarded       d. had been awarded

11. Could you please come over? I need you.................the refrigerator.

     a. help me moving                                      b. helping me to move

     c. to help me to move                                d. help me to move

12. Martina Hingis................. her first tennis racket at the  age of two

    a. picked up                 b. has picked up    c. had picked up       d. was picked up

13. John F. Kennedy was the first president of the United States ........................

     a. born in the twentieth century                 b. was born in twentieth century

     c. born on the twentieth century                d. to be born in the twentieth century

14. By the time she was twelve. she a. has already decided

    a. had already decided                                                              b.  already has decided

     c. had already decided                                                                d. already decided

15. in Slovakia. Martina has lived in Switzerland for many  years.

     a. To be born                b. Born                  c. Being  born            d. Be  born

B. Identify the one underlined word or phrase - A,  B, C or D - that mast be changed for the sentence to be correct.

  1. Before she became a film star, she has been a stand up  comedian

                              A                                B      C          D

  1. I'm trying to persuade my sister to drive.  but I can’t get her do it

               A                 B                          C                                D      

  1. After a week, we finally got to Miami, that my aunt lives.

                  A                                B              C                     D

  1. Since I begin school. I haven't had much spare time.

     A                                          B            C    D

5.  My  mother makes me doing rm., homework so I can't go out.

                              A              B                               C                D

6. My family lived in Hue since 1990 to 1996, but we are now living in Sai Lion.

                            A                 B                                               C           D

7. Can you tell me where were You born? — Stockholm.

                      A          B           C           D

8. Computers are often used to control, adjustment, and correct complex industrial operation.

                                 A                                  B                      C                        D

9. He spent most of his time to paint in the studio,

             A                B                 C                     D

10. We went to Stan's holiday party last year, hadn't we?

               A                    B                                    C       D

IV. SPEAKING

Choose the sentence or phrase that best completes the dialogue.

Tony : (1)_______________________________________________

Ann : In a house near Brighton.

Tony : (2) _______________________________________________                    

Ann : For three years.

Tony : (3) _______________________________________________                    

Ann : The house we had before was too small. We need somewhere bigger.

Tony : (4) _______________________________________________

Ann : I work in a bank.

Tony : (5) _______________________________________________

Ann : I doesn't earn much. Just about £ 15.000 a year.

  1. a. What's your address?                                       b. Where are you?

     c. Where you live?                                               d. Where do you live?

  1. a. You have lived there for how long?                b. How long have you lived there?

      c. How many years have you lived there?          d. Hoy long do you live there?

  1. a. Why did you move?                                        b.  Why you moved?

     c. Why did you moved?                                      d. Can you tell me the reason why did you move?

  1. a: What do you work'?                                        b. What your job is?

     c. What you do'?                                                  d. What do you do?

  1. a. How much do you earn?                                  b. How much money do you take?

     c How about money do you earn?                        d. Do you earn how much money?

V.  READING COMPREHENSION

A. Choose the one option - a, b, c or d - that best fits each of the num­bered blank.

Marie Curie, the Polish-born French (1) ..................... was a courageous and de‑ terminal woman. She left her home for Paris to (2)..................... her interest in science. Living in (3).................. , she still (4).............. to undulate a: the top of her class. She met Pierre Curie (5)......................... after graduation and (6)         …………… him a year later. Together, Pierre and tylarrie (7)...................... the most famous husband-and-wife (8)....................... in science history. They (9)............. the Radioactive elements, Polonium and Radium. They (10).............. the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1903.

1 . a. biologist                b. mathematician      c. chemist                 d. physicist and chemist

  1. a. follow                   b. take                       c. pursue                   d. satisfy
  2. a. poverty                 b. loneliness              c. wealth                   d. difficulty
  3. a. made                     b. managed               c. harbored               d. worked'
  4. a. immediately          b. soon                      c. shortly                   d. rightly
  5. a: married                 b. left                        c. divorced               d. devoted
  6. a. built                      b. organized              c. established            d. formed
  7. a. couple                   b. partnership            c. scientists               partners

9. a. discovered            b. invented                c. built                      d. made d.

10. a. had awarded        b. awarded                c. were awarded       d. were awarding

B. Read the passage, then choose the one best answer  - a, b, c or d.

 Personal computers, or PCs, are an important part of out eve  everyday lives. Many people cannot imagine life without them. One the most important people in making these machines work is Bill Crams.

Bill Gates was born in 1955 in Washington State. He grep up in a rich family. His parents sent him to a private school. There he met his business partner, Paul Alien. When they were in the eight were in the eight grade, they were         ere writing programs for business computers and making mores.

In 1973, Gates was accepted at Harvard University. His parents were happy. They thought he would get over his obsession with _ and become a lawyer like his father. Two years later, Gates dropped out of Harvard to work on a computer program with his friend Allen.  They worked eighteen hours a day in 'a dormitory room at Harvard. They were writing the program that would run one of the first personal computers. In 1975, they created a com­pany called Microsoft to sell their product.

Allen became ill with cancer and left Microsoft in 1983. He recovered a few years later and started his own company. Meanwhile, Microsoft became a giant company. By 1990, at the age of thirty-four, Gates was the youngest billionaire in the history of the United States. He was the "King of Software". He achieved his success with a lot of hard work. For more than ten years, he worked sixteen-hour days, seven days a week. He had a dream and the will to succeed. By 1997, he was the richest man in the United States.

1. According to the writer,    

  1. people cannot live without personal computers
  2. computers play an important part of our lives
  3. Bill Gates invented personal computers
  4. Bill Gates is the most important people in computer science

2. The words 'dropped out of in line 10 mean           

     a. graduated from                          b.  got over

     c. took part in                                 d. stopped taking class at

3. According to the passage,  

  1. Bill Gate's parents wanted him to become a computer programmer.
  2. Bill Gates and Paul Allen created Microsoft because they want to sell their program for personal computers
  3. Paul Alien left Microsoft because he wanted to start his own company.
  4. Bill Gates met his business partner at Harvard.

4. How old was Bill Gates when he became the richest man in the United States?

      a. 34                         b. 51                        c. 42                              d. 44

5. Which of the following is not mentioned in the text?

  1. In a few years, Microsoft became a very large company.
  2. Bill Gates and Paul Allen first wrote programs for business computers when they were about fifteen.
  3. Bill Gates earned his success by working very hard.
  4. Bill Gates is the richest man in the United States.    

VI. WRITING

Choose the sentence (a, b, c   d) which is closest in meaning to the
sentence printed before.

1. In spite of her difficult living conditions, she worked extremely hard.

  1. She worked very hard in difficult conditions.
  2. She worked very hard but she still lived in difficult conditions.
  3. She worked very hard even though her living conditions were difficult.
  4. She worked very hard because her living conditions were difficult.

2. It was impossible to find Toni anywhere.

     a. Torn was unable to go anywhere           b. Torn could not be found anywhere.

     c. It was possible to find Torn.                   d. Torn could go anywhere he liked.

3. Fewer people came to the meeting than we had expected.

  1. Too many people came to the meeting.
  2. There were more people at the meeting, than we had expected.
  3. There were not enough seats for all people as we had expected.
  4. We had expected more people to come to the meeting.

4. The results of the research are not only impressive, but also alarming.

  1. The results of the research are not alarming. but impressive.
  2. The results of the research are alarming. but not impressive.
  3. The results of the research are not either impressive or alarming
  4. The results of the research are both impressive and alarming.

5. Mark is not interested in teaching..

     a. Mark would like to teach.                                   b. Teaching is not interesting to Mark.

     c. Mark didn't think teaching is interesting.            d. Mark knows how to teach.

 

 

TEST YOURSELF

 

I. Choose the words that best answer the following questions.

I. Which of the following words has the underlined part pronounced differently?

    a. stall                        b. chat                       c. talk                        d. water

  1. Which of the following words is stressed on the first syllable?

   a. entertain                 b. determine              c. harbour                 d. interrupt

  1. Which of the following words is stressed on the second syllable?

   a. private                    b. professor               c. purchases              d. educated

  1. Which of the following words is stressed on the third syllable?

   a. impossible               b. development         c. specialization        d. scientific

  1. Which of the following words doesn't contain the final /t/ sound?

   a. worked                   b. announced            c. screamed               d. stopped

II. Choose the one word or phrase - a, b, c or d - that best completes the sentence or substitutes for the underlined word or phrase.

  1. Marie Curie harbored the dream of a..............career which was Impos­sible for a woman at that time.

     a. science                  b. scientific               c. scientist                 d. scientifically

  1. In 1963 he was appointed.................of history.

     a. director                 b. teacher                  c. professor               d. headmaster

  1. The morning's work was constantly...................by phone calls

     a. made                     b. interrupted            c. created                  d. changed

  1. .............. they are tropical birds, parrots can live in temperate or even cold climates.

     a. Even though          b. In spite of             c. Nevertheless         d. Despite

  1. We got...................the plane at 10.30 and the plane took          . on time.

     a. in/ off                    b. on/ up                    in/ out                       d. on/ off

  1. People are fleeing, the area in panic.

     a. excitement            b. fear                       c. -gust                      d. danger

  1. ..................does it take to get to London from here?

     a. How far                b. How much            c. How often            d. How long

  1. Before the plane takes off, passengers must .................... their seat belts.

     a. fasten                    b. flee                        c. emit                       d. unbind

  1. My morning...............is to get up at seven, have breakfast, then leave home at eight.

     a. timetable               b. habit                      c. routine                  d. action

  1. She's upstairs EZtttinfir  ready to go out.

     a. dressing                b. determining          c. planning                d. preparing

III.  Choose the one option - a, b, c, or d that best completes the sentence.

  1. How.........................now? Better than before'?

     a. are you feeling      b. do you feel           c. you are feeling      d. you feel

  1. 'Do you mind if I borrow a chair'?"..........................Do you need only one?'

     a. I'm sorry.              b. Not at all.              c. Yes, 1 do.             d. Yes, I would.

  1. I remember...................you about this before.

     a. tell                         b. to tell                    c. telling                    d. told

  1. Professor Kidd ..................... three books since 1999, and she's working on her fourth.

     a. has been writing b. has written              c. wrote                    d. writes.

  1. She only allows the children.................... television on the weekends.

     a. to watch                b. watching               c. watch d. for watching

  1. When Martin..................... the car. he took it out for a drive.

     a. was repairing        b. has repaired           c. had repaired         d. repaired

  1. The sun......................... in the East and .................... in the West.

     a. rises/ set                b. rises/ sets              c. rose/ had set          d. has risen/ has set

  1. I asked him...................... , but he went anyway.

     a. not to go               b. to not go               c. not going              d. he doesn't go

  1. i remember An............... rode the bus to school with.

     a. I                            b. who I                    c. which I                 d. that I

  1. Who.......................your bike? – Mike did.

     a did give you          b. did you give         c. you gave               d. gave you

IV identify the one underlined word or phrase - A. B. C or D - that must be changed for the sentence to be correct.

  1. I'm usually right about the weather. am not I?

                  A                                              B      C      D

  1. An old man walking along, the road stopped talking to  us.

     A                    B           C                                    D

28. Mike usually drives to work.. but today he walks.

                    A          B                           C              D

  1. Hypnosis is sometimes employed as a means of helping people quit to smoke.

                                    A                                 B                     C                     D

  1. Despite most mushroom are edible. some specie cause serious poisoning.

            A                                                                        B                      C      D

  1. Today we know that the earth is one of nine planets whose orbit the sun.

                  A            B                                                         C         D

  1. Do you want to get up by yourself, or would you like me  to wake up  you?

                                   A                                                 B C                           D        

  1. I bought this new software for learning Chinese

                      A                                  B              C      D

  1. Are you ready? It's time we go.

A                              B           C D

  1. I'm tired because I'm not used to stay up late.

A                                  B                 C       D

V. Choose the one option - a, b, c or d - that best fits each of the num­bered blank.

The table tennis match was very enjoyable before (36)..................... . lit a cigarette and ruined the evening. After (37)....................... smoking, they let the cigarette fall on the wooden floor. Unfortunately, they dropped it without putting it out but (38) .................. paid any attention to it. Even the. woman (39)................... next to the man with the cigarette did not notice. Soon, however, there was (40)      ................ smoke. Suddenly flames (41).............. up into the air. Someone immediately ran out of the room (42).......................the fire brigade. Two or three men got some buckets of water (43).................... the fire, but it was useless. Everyone in the large hut (44.).............. ....... very frightened. The next moment people rushed towards the main doors. Be­fore the fire brigade arrived, the whole building was on fire. On (45)................the burning building, one of the firemen. succeeded in rescuing an old woman.

  1. a. someone                b. anyone                c. no one                     d. nobody
  2. a. finish                     b. finishing              c. finished                  d. finishes

38. a. someone               b. anyone                c. no one                     d. everyone

39. a. she was                b. was                      c. who was                 d. she

40.  a lot of                    b. many                   c. a few                      d. a little

41. a. shoot                    b. shoots                  c. shot                         d. shooting

42. a. phone                   b. phoning               c. to phone                 d. for phoning

43. a. to put out             b. they put out.       c. putting out              d. put out

44. a. was                      b. were                    c. has                          d. have

45. a. enter                     b. entering               c. entered                   d. he entered

VI. Read the passage, then choose the correct answer - b, c, or d.

Few men have influenced the development of American English to the extent that Noah Webster did. Born in West Hartford, Connecticut. in .1758,  his name has become synonymous with American dictionaries. Graduated from Yale in 1778, he was admitted to the bar in 178i and there after began to practice law in Hartford. Later, when he turned to teaching, he discovered how inadequate the available schoolbooks were for the children of a new and independent nation.

In response to the need for truly American textbook, Webster published A Grammatical Institute of the English Language, a three-volume work that consisted of a speller, a grammar, and a reader. The Compendious Dictionary of the English Language was published in 1806.

In 1807 Noah Webster began his greatest work. An American dictionary u/ the English Language. In preparing the manuscript, he devoted ten years to the study of English and its relationship to other languages. and seven more years to the writing itself. Published in two volumes in 1828. An American Dictionary of the English Language has become the recognized authority for usage in the United States. 'Webster's purpose in writing. it was to demonstrate that the American language was developing distinct meanings, pronunciations, and spelling from those of British English. He is responsible for advancing_ simplified spelling forms: develop instead of the British form developed; theater and center instead of the­atre and center; color and honor instead of color and honor.

46. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage`?

     a. Webster's Work                                      b. Webster's Dictionaries

     c. Webster's School                                    d. Webster's Life

47. How old was Webster when he graduated from Yale?

     a. 18                          b. 19                          c. 20                          d. 21

48. Why did Webster write A Grammatical burial& - the English Language?

  1. He wanted to supplement his income.
  2. There were no books available after the Revolutionary War.
  3. He felt that British books were not appropriate for American children.
  4. The children did not know how to spell.

49. In how many volumes was .4n American Diction the of the English Lan­guage published?

     a. One volume          b. Two volumes        c. Three volumes     d.. Four volumes

50. According to the author, what was `Webster' purpose in writing An American
Dictionary of the English Language?

a. To respond to the need for new schoolbooks.

  1. To demonstrate the distinct development of the E language in America.
  2. To promote. spelling forms based upon British models
  3. To influence the pronunciation of the English language 

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