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Đề 1

I. Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.


A. favourite            

B. family                    

C. language                

D. activity


A. radio                  

B. those                      

C. process                  

D. professor


A. affected             

B. worked                  

C. suggested               

D. decided

II. Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others.


A. flexibility          

B. gravitation             

C. traditional              

D. inactivity


A. wonder              

B. kangaroo                

C. periodical              

D. population

III. Choose the best one (A, B, C or D) to complete the sentence or replace the underlined word.

6. Chen ________ us that air pollution _________ a serious problem in Beijing.

A. say - is                   

B. told - was               

C. told - be                 

D. said - was

7. In Korea, many people still feel that women should be in charge of ________ after getting married.

A. house husband       

B. householder           

C. housekeeping        

D. homemaker

8. Lack of an education severely restricts a woman's access ________ information and opportunities.

A. about                     

B. from                       

C. to                           

D. with

9. It is believed in Brazil that placing a small cup or dish of salt in the corner of your house will ________ you good luck.

A. carry                      

B. bring                      

C. take                        

D. result

10. If pollution ________ on, the earth _________ a dangerous place to live on.

A. would go - would become                        

B. would go - became            

C. go - will become                                        

D. goes - will become

11. The principle of equal pay is that men and women doing _________ work should get paid the same amount.

A. similar                   

B. same                      

C. alike                       

D. identical

12. My father is busy at the moment. If he ________ busy now, he _______ us to Cat Ba National Park at the weekend.

A. were - would take                                     

B. were not - would take

C. were - wouldn't take                                  

D. is not - won't take

13. In Yemen, women have less __________ to property ownership, credit, training and employment.

A. use                         

B. access                    

C. possibility              

D. way

14. Due to the gender pay gap, women _______ less than men in every country, from as little as 6% in Belgium to as high as 37% in South Korea.

A. work                      

B. earn                        

C. save                       

D. make

15. I like _______ blue T-shirt over there better than __________ red one.

A. a – a                       

B. a – the                    

C. the – a                    

D. the – the

IV. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

16. If businesses want to protect the environment, they will aid the local community and educating travellers.

A. businesses want                                        

B. protect the environment    

C. will aid                                                      

D. educating

17. Nowadays, many of us tried to live in a way that will damage the environment as little as possible.

A. many of                                                     

B. tried to live            

C. damage the environment                           

D. as little as

18. They complained that there isn't any fresh water in the local area.

A. complained            

B. there isn’t              

C. fresh water             

D. the local area

V. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct response to each of the following exchanges.

19. “So, Sven, you've been learning English for ten years. That's a long time.”-“____”

A. Yes, so what? I want to keep learning until I can hold a conversation like a native speaker.

B. It's none of your business! I want to keep learning until I can hold a conversation like a native speaker.

C. I suppose it is, but I want to keep learning until I can hold a conversation like a native speaker.

D. Well, look at yourself first. I want to keep learning until I can hold a conversation like a native speaker.

20. Nam: "How important is tourism to our country?" - Lan: “____”

A. More and more companies are advertising about ecotourism.

B. It really helps to create more jobs for a lot of people.

C. Tourism is also an industry.

D. It is hard to develop without learning about tourism.

VI. Read the passage below and decide which answer A, B, C or D fits each numbered gap.

Birds differ in their behavior just as much as their physical traits. They even use very different methods to build their nests. Some bird nests have the art of architecture beyond our imagination. Birds (21) ________ their nests in many different places and environments. Some live on high branches, some live in bushes and some of them even nest on the ground. Birds use their nests mainly to hatch their eggs and raise their (22) ________.

Because of the destruction of trees, plants, bushes, etc., these birds are losing their habitats and breeding grounds. There is a great lack of optimal breeding areas for birds. Proper breeding areas for birds are decreasing at an alarming rate. Nowadays, it is hard for birds to find even the space to build nests.

Some birds build nests on naturally formed tree hollows on ancient trees. But (23) ________, there are very less old trees left in our country except rural areas. Ducks are going towards extinction because they build their nest on old trees using the hollows, and we have almost no such trees. We know that birds play an (24) _______ and irreplaceable role in nature.

We should not destroy or harm any bird's nest. We can teach our children to observe birds and nests and how they take care of eggs. If we can encourage our children like this, it will be a great start to their education.

We need to let people know how to keep enough open space around their homes (25) ________ birds will feel safe. This is not just for the birds; it will help us too. We will gain more in the long run if we preserve the forests for our leisure and for animals and birds.


A. make                

B. build                      

C. sleep                      

D. create


A. product            

B. conclusion             

C. result                      

D. offspring


A. luckily             

B. specially                

C. suddenly                

D. unfortunately


A. Like                 

B. Unlike                    

C. Alike                      

D. invaluable


A. which              

B. who                       

C. where                     

D. when

VII. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.

A pioneer leader for women's rights, Susan Anthony became one of the leading women reformers of the 19th century. In Rochester, New York, she began her first public crusade on behalf of temperance, the habit of not drinking alcohol. The temperance movement dealt with the abuses of women and children who suffered from alcoholic husbands. Also, she worked tirelessly against slavery and for women's rights. Anthony helped write the history of woman suffrage.

At the time Anthony lived, women did not have the right to vote. Because she voted in the 1872 election, a US official arrested Anthony. She hoped to prove that women had the legal right to vote under the provisions of the 14th and 15th Amendments to the Constitution. At her trial, a hostile federal judge found her guilty and fined her $100, which she refused to pay.

Anthony did not work alone. She worked with reformers of women's rights such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Amelia Bloomer. Susan worked for the American Anti-Slavery Society with Frederick Douglas, a fugitive slave and black abolitionist.

On July 2nd 1979, the US Mint honored her by issuing the Susan Anthony dollar coin. Although Anthony did not live to see the fruits of her efforts, the establishment of the 19th Amendment is indebted to her efforts, according to US historians.

26. What is the main idea of the passage?

A. Slavery was one of Susan Anthony's causes.

B. Susan Anthony did not accept the use of alcohol.

C. Reformers do not always see the results of their efforts.

D. Susan Anthony never gave up her struggle for all people's freedom.

27. In which of the following ways did the US Mint honor her life's work?

A. Susan Anthony dollars were created.

B. The Susan Anthony stamp was issued.

C. The Susan Anthony dollar coin was issued.

D. The Susan Anthony Memorial Park was built in Rochester.

28. The underlined word “crusade” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ____.

A. an attempt to fight evil                                          

B. a battle against authority

C. a campaign to work tirelessly for one's beliefs

D. a war against the enemies in the Middle Ages

29. Anthony advocated all of the following EXCEPT ____.

A. slavery should be abolished

B. women are citizens and should have the right to vote

C. employers should provide childcare for female employees

D. alcohol should be prohibited because of the abuse it causes

30. What would historians say about Susan Anthony's greatest achievement?

A. She was an activist and raised a family at the same time.

B. She worked with abolitionists to get the country rid of slavery.

C. Women had the legal right to vote led to the provisions of the 14th and 15th Amendments to the Constitution.

D. Her tireless efforts to guarantee women the right to vote led to the establishment of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution.

VIII. Rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning of the first ones.

31. They don’t understand the problem. They won’t find a solution.

=> If they _____________________________________.

32. Tom said to his sister “I want to buy a gift for our mother”.

=> Tom told ___________________________________.

33. We want to visit a temple. It opens at 7.00.  (that)

=> The temple__________________________________.

34. Many people believe that no sea in the world is warmer than the Red Sea. (warm)

=> Many people believe that the Red Sea ____________.

35. It's not necessary for you to do the test.

=> You_______________________________________.

IX. Listen and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F).

36. In 2020, it was estimated that more than 1 billion people traveled each year.

37. Tourism is not important for the economy.

38. Tourists can damage the environment directly or indirectly.

39. By travelling by plane, tourists can reduce the negative impact of their travel on the environment.

40. We cannot reduce the negative impact of tourism on the environment.

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Đề 2

I. Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.


A. wheat                 

B. heat                        

C. heavily                   

D. lead      


A. good                  

B. flood                      

C. foot                        

D. food


A. farmer                

B. father                     

C. fat                          

D. far

II. Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others.


A. dictionary          

B. umbrella                

C. computer               

D. community


A. addition             

B. remember              

C. different                

D. supposing

III. Choose the best one (A, B, C or D) to complete the sentence or replace the underlined word.

6. Farmers have worked hard on their rice crops. If they _______ to work hard, they ________ good crops.

A. continued - would have                             

B. continued - had

C. continue - will have                                   

D. continue - have

7. Women are more likely to be victims of ________ violence.

A. home                     

B. family                    

C. domestic                

D. household

8. It is believed that in India, when there is death in the family, the family members don't attend any marriages and do not ________ any festivals for a year.

A. take part                

B. celebrate                

C. like                        

D. perform

9. Without conservation, human beings ________ survive for a long time.

A. wouldn't                

B. will                        

C. won't                     

D. would

10. International Women's Day is an occasion to make more ________ towards achieving gender equality.

A. progress                 

B. improvement         

C. movement              

D. development

11. For years, tablets have enriched our lives at work and at home, allowing us to stay ____ and access information with ease.

A. connecting             

B. connected              

C. connect                  

D. connection

12. Viet Nam has abundant mineral water sources, ____ throughout the country.

A. be found                

B. finding                   

C. find                        

D. found

13. Some private companies in China try to avoid employing women of child bearing ____ and sometimes sack them once they are going to have a baby.

A. years                      

B. time                       

C. old                         

D. age

14. I don't feel very well this morning. I've got _______ sore throat.

A. a                            

B. an                           

C. the                         

D. x

15. The ________ mangrove forest is home to a variety of wildlife.

A. flooded                  

B. flood                      

C. flooding                 

D. floods

IV. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

16. If someone came into the store, smile and say, “May I help you?"

A. If                           

B. came                      

C. smile                      

D. May

17. The deplete of the ozone layer is not a good thing for the Earth.

A. deplete                  

B. is                            

C. a                             

D. for

18. Every student who majors in English are ready to participate in this contest.

A. who                       

B. are                          

C. to participate          

D. in

V. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct response to each of the following exchanges.

19. Lan: "Do you always like to go to the same place for your holiday?” - Nam: “____”

A. It is strange that some people go to the same place again and again.

B. I don't think so. I always like to experience different places.

C. Preference for certain places is still common among a number of tourists.

D. Different places have different attractions.

20. "Why don't we have a look at some websites for more information about the environment?" – “____”

A. Yes, thanks.           

B. Yes, why not?       

C. It's my pleasure.    

D. Do we?

VI. Read the passage below and decide which answer A, B, C or D fits each numbered gap.

There are many ways that can help the environment, and even the smallest step can have significant results.

The environmental problem of landfills is a difficult issue to fix. As more waste is put into landfills, the bigger the problem gets. Wastes that are not biodegradable or are slow to decompose can (21) __________ in landfill sites for centuries, often emitting gases that could be harmful to the environment. Keeping paper out of landfills is just one way that recycling helps the environment.

Recycling items often uses less energy than manufacturing products from natural sources. Making paper that is using recycled pulp, (22) ________, is much less energy intensive than using new wood. While there are benefits to growing trees because of the carbon dioxide that they consume, it will be the damage (23) _________ is done to the environment by putting paper in landfills and using energy to produce new items.

Waste in landfills emit gases as it rots. This can pollute the environment. Anyone who has passed a landfill site during hot weather will be familiar with the unpleasant smell and flies that can be found near a landfill site. Reducing the items in landfills will help to (24) _________ the pollution that it causes. Recycling wastes also typically emits less carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide, thus reducing the carbon footprint of a product.

Another benefit of recycling is that there is often a significant cost saving to be made when using recycle goods. Recycling leaves and grass, for instance, is a great way to make compost. (25) _________ homemade compost is obviously a lot cheaper than buying compost and this is a useful way to save money. Saving money through recycling ultimately helps the environment.

Recycling is just one of many ways that we can help the environment. Every step that we take, however small, is one more towards helping and supporting the environment in which we live. Getting everyone involved, from children to adults, can help produce a better environment for many generations to come.


A. remain             

B. effect                     

C. cause                                  

D. attack


A. so                     

B. but                         

C. although                            

D. for instance


A. who                 

B. which                     

C. that                                    

D. what


A. last                   

B. reduce                    

C. increase                             

D. stretch


A. Using               

B. Recycled                

C. Concluded                         

D. Made

VII. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.

A Franklin electronic dictionary is actually a helpful gadget to possess with you all of the time. Any device involving dictionaries is great to use for people who go on out of their country on business trips. Tourists would also benefit very much from such a device.

Moreover, students will also find this gadget helpful especially whenever they are studying an important foreign language in another country. There is also a great diversity of dictionaries that anybody can choose whichever works to them best.

These dictionaries are also quite easy to use and incorporate various functions. Some of them are main functions, besides translating a foreign word, which would be to provide spelling check-ups, find the meaning and synonyms connected with any particular word as well as provide examples of how a word is used in a sentence. A typical Franklin electronic dictionary is more than that. By entering the meaning of a word of mouth, you would have the ability to pull up many words that you are researching for.

These is a comprehensive database that comprises about 1,000,000 words and phrase replacements. It also comes with idiomatic expressions, professional medical, technical words or ones very popular for business. It is also ideal for professionals who have to work in a country accompanied by a different language.

Franklin Electronic Marketers have been among the leading manufactures regarding handheld electronic inventions. Its main office is situated in Burlington, New Jersey and has been around the business of creating these electronic tools since 1981.

Some of the original devices that they produced included punctuation correctors, of the fact that first was all the Spelling Ace built in 1986. These devices were a great aid to students all over the globe.

The company continues to service clients from everywhere. Although they are popular in the world, especially targeting the particular Hispanic market whose native language is Spanish; Franklin's products are also quite well-known for Asia, particularly Japan. The company aims to address this growing importance of language tools as more people are aiming to learn about new languages.

26. The word “professionals” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to __________.

A. people who often use modern electronic dictionaries

B. people with a high level of education and training

C. people who are very good at languages

D. people who work in foreign countries

27. The electronic dictionary has various functions because it can ___________.

A. expand a wide range to suit various people's preferences

B. enter the meaning of a word of mouth and get so many words related

C. translate foreign words, check spelling, give meanings and synonyms, and the use of them

D. explain how a word is employed in a sentence and correct punctuation in sentences

28. The database of the dictionary includes all the following EXCEPT __________.

A. professional medical, technical words

B. technical terms in various fields and internet lingo

C. idiomatic expressions or ones very popular for business

D. about 1,000,000 words and word and phrase replacements

29. With the diversity of dictionaries, we can choose _________.

A. the one that is portable                              

B. the one that suits us best

C. the one that is handy and cheap                

D. the one that has the largest vocabulary

30. The Franklin electronic dictionary are very popular all over the world, especially in __________.

A. Burlington, New Jersey                            

C. Europe and Asia

B. Japan                                                         

D. South America and Asia

VIII. Rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning of the first ones.

31. He sits around too much. He isn’t fit.

=> If he ________________________________________.

32. “If catch the plane I’ll be home by four o’clock” she said.

=> She told me __________________________________.

33. “Do you know the girl over there?" Tom said.

=> Tom asked ___________________________________.

34. A boy s bike was taken. He went to the police station. (whose)

=> The boy _____________________________________.

35. Mount Everest is higher than every mountain in the world. (high)

=> ____________________________________________. 

IX. Listen and answer the following questions.

36. Why couldn't Ba Duc attract more tourists to his old house before 2000?

37. How many tourists now visit his garden every day?

38. When did Tu Binh start ecotourism activities to attract visitors?

39. What do tourists do with the small fish they catch in Tu Binh's fishpond?

40. How many tourists now visit his farm every day?

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Đề 3

I. Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.


A. been                   

B. seen                       

C. keen                       

D. beer


A. silk                     

B. child                      

C. while                      

D. might


A. country              

B. fun                         

C. summer                  

D. truth

II. Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others.


A. appointment      

B. strawberry             

C. powerful                

D. cucumber


A. report                 

B. orbit                       

C. promise                  

D. schedule

III. Choose the best one (A, B, C or D) to complete the sentence or replace the underlined word.

6. Saudi Arabia is the last country to allow women to vote, and this is a first step in the long _________ of the gender equality.

A. struggle                 

B. way                        

C. distance                 

D. direction

7. In addition, Hawaii is home to some magnificent botanical gardens, opportunities for animal _________ education, and cultural engagement.

A. conservationist      

B. conserve                

C. conservation          

D. conservational

8. Computer games ________ encourage players to move up levels and earn high scores may help develop mathematical skills.

A. they                       

B. those                      

C. which                     

D. whose

9. All forms of discrimination against all women and girls _________ immediately everywhere.

A. must be allowed                                        

B. must be followed   

C. must be taken away                                   

D. must be ended

10. A major issue for teachers _______ allow students to use their own devices is how to provide online access to such devices.

A. who                       

B. those                      

C. they                       

D. ones

11. In New York State, you can sleep green by staying at one of the hotels, committing to ____ practices.

A. environmentally friendly                          

B. friendly environmentally

C. environment friendly                                

D. environmental friendly

12. Which of the following is ________ title for the passage?

A. better                     

B. best                        

C. the best                  

D. good

13. Enrich your time in Hawaii by learning about the _________ of its islands.

A. floral and animals

B. sea and sun            

C. flora and fauna      

D. lawns and grass

14. Reducing gender ________ improves productivity and economic growth of a nation.

A. possibility              

B. rights                     

C. equality                  

D. inequality

15. The speed of light is ___________ the speed of sound.

A. the fastest              

B. as fast                    

C. faster                     

D. much faster than

IV. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

16. If you do not understand what was written in the book, you could ask Mr. Pike.

A. If                           

B. do not understand 

C. was written            

D. could ask

17. Tim called yesterday and said he needed the report right now.

A. called                     

B. said                        

C. needed                   

D. now

18. The man for who the police are looking robbed the bank last week.

A. who                       

B. are                          

C. robbed                   

D. the

V. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct response to each of the following exchanges.

19. Nam: "How important is tourism to our country?" -  Lan: “_______________”

A. More and more companies are advertising about ecotourism.

B. It really helps to create more jobs for a lot of people.

C. Tourism is also an industry.

D. It is hard to develop without learning about tourism.

20. "Where should we start with the project?" – “________________”

A. I never mind.                                             

B. I'm glad to hear that.

C. Oh, that would be great.                            

D. What about searching the webs?

VI. Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage. Use only one word in each space.

sites                 settings                        ways                taken               application                   horizons            virtual                          whether                       potential                      that

Young children are increasingly using tablets as well as smartphones and other devices with touch screens in early education settings and with family members.

Tammy and Rose, age 4, have been studying sunflowers with their classmates. They want to sing and record a song about sunflowers while creating a drawing, using a(n) (21) ___ application ___ on the tablet. The girls have coordinated their efforts and are happy with the result.

To help the class learn more about sunflowers, Kathryn, Tammy and Rose's teacher, used the tablet to find online (22) ____sites____ with photos and facts. She then took the children on a virtual tour of Van Gogh's sunflower paintings. They read and discussed an electronic picture book about Van Gogh's life. The children had already examined real sunflowers and their parts, made sketches, read informational texts and stories, counted seeds, and (23) ______taken_____ part in a variety of investigations, touching on every learning domain. The teacher's use of the tablet together with early practical learning activities expanded the children's horizons. Activities offered on the tablet provided new (24) ____ways____ for the children to represent and share what they learned.

Tablets have the potential to be powered tools for early learning. The choices we make about how they are used determine (25) ____ whether _____ the technology is helpful or not. We need to develop “digital literacy” skills and decide how to use these new tools in ways that can support every child's healthy development and learning.

VII. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.

As most potential ecotourist sites are inhabited by ethnic minorities, the principle of “encouraging community participation in ecotourism activities” should both create income and help maintain cultural identity. These communities have a deep understanding of traditional festivals, cultivation and land use customs, traditional lifestyle and handicrafts, and historical places. A trip to the limestone mountain of Cao Bang - Bac Kan, for example, is valuable not only for the Ba Be Lake, but for the opportunity to learn about cultivation customs, dying practices using endemic plants to produce brocading, and traditional handmade boats of precious timber collected in the forest.

Because ecotourism is important for environmental education, maintenance of indigenous culture, and local economic development, both investment and government encouragement are required.

One research shows that 90 percent of ecotourist guides lack environmental knowledge about the flora, fauna, and natural resources in the area, and 88 percent would benefit from ecotourism guidebooks written especially for them. An illustration of wasted potential caused by this lack of training is Ha Long Bay, a world heritage site with immense environmental value - coral reefs, limestone mountains, thousands of flora and fauna species of high biodiversity, and rich cultural identity. But tourists in Ha Long Bay are presently visiting only the Bay and some caves, not accessing environmental information or local cultural activities. In general, the full potential of ecotourism has not yet been reached.

International visitors to Viet Nam often like to visit ethnic minority villages to observe the culture, meet local people, and participate in traditional activities. The ethnic minorities who live in or near nature reserves maintain distinctive lifestyles, cultural identities, and traditional customs. These features are part of the real value of ecotourism. However, local people are not much involved in ecotourism.

In additional, local people still live in poverty, their life closely associates with natural resources. The economic benefits of ecotourism need to be shared with them, but this will not happen without community participation.

26. The word “distinctive” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to __________.

A. close to nature                                           

B. easily understood

C. clearly different from others                     

D. staying the same for a long time

27. In order to develop ecotourism, local communities should _______________.

A. change their distinctive lifestyles             

B. share the economic benefits of ecotourism

C. depend on natural resources                      

D. take part in all aspects of ecotourism

28. An ecotour to the region of ethnic minorities is very valuable because tourists ______________.

A. can understand the aspects of cultures and traditions

B. can make a trip to the limestone mountain of Cao Bang - Bac Kan

C. can learn dying practices using endemic plants to produce brocading

D. can make traditional boats of precious timber collected in the forest

29. Ecotourism can bring all the following benefits EXCEPT ______________.

A. establishing more national parks and nature reserves

B. introducing cultures of ethnic minorities to foreign tourists

C. maintaining cultural identity

D. providing opportunities to learn about traditional customs

30. Tourist guides who lack environmental knowledge can't _______________.

A. get ecotourism guidebooks written especially for them

B. make ethnic minorities have a deep understanding of their traditional festivals

C. make tourists access all environmental information or local cultural activities

D. take tourists to Ha Long Bay, a world heritage site with immense environmental value

VIII. Rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning of the first ones.

31. She’s very thin; perhaps that’s why she feels cold so much.

=> If he _______________________________________.

32. Mr Jones gave the people gloves and said to them: "Protect yourselves from germs."

=> Mr Jones told ________________________________.

33. The girl looked very upset. Her electronic dictionary broke down. (whose)

=> The girl _____________________________________.

34. Russia is bigger than any other country in the world. (big)

=> ____________________________________________.

35. It was wrong of you not to call the doctor immediately.

=> You_________________________________________.

IX. Listen and complete the sentences with one or two words from the talk.


36. The natural environment has been seriously _________ and degraded by human activities through many decades.

37. The burning of fossil fuels by factories and motor vehicles has led to air pollution and resulted in acid rain, greenhouse effect and _________.

38. Deforestation for land use has affected the _________ and led to the extinction of rare animals, extreme floods and land erosion.

39. They have changed and degraded the natural environment and led to various _________.

40. We should _________ the burning of fossil fuels, and encourage forestation to replace deforestation.

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Đề 4

I. Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.


A. relax                  

B. natural                   

C. safari                      

D. camping


A. biology              

B. biosphere               

C. biodiversity           

D. biogas


A. possession    

B. access                    

C. property                 

D. American

II. Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others.

4. A. ecology              

B. minority                 

C. historical                

D. favourable


A. protection          

B. charity                   

C. chemical                

D. neighbourhood

III. Choose the best one (A, B, C or D) to complete the sentence or replace the underlined word.

6. “Would you mind if we __________ you by your first name?” - “Not at all. Please call me Tom.”

A. called                     

B. call                         

C. calling                    

D. want to call

7. I wanted to know __________ return home.

A. when would she    

B. when will she        

C. when she will        

D. when she would

8. The people ____________ courage you praised are now citizens.

A. whose                    

B. which                     

C. whom                    

D. that

9. There are some things Americans would change, and _________ thing people would change is their education.

A. the biggest             

B. a big                       

C. the                         

D. a bigger

10. Since 2009, Iceland has been the global __________ in gender equality.

A. leader                    

B. leads                      

C. leading                   

D. lead

11. Phong Nha Cave has been regarded by the British Cave Research Association as the top cave in the world ________ its four top records.

A. despite                   

B. with                       

C. due to                     

D. because

12. Fossil fuels which are non-renewable pollute the air and cause air ___________.

A. pollution                

B. solution                  

C. contaminate           

D. consumption

13. The use of mobile apps in learning has been very __________.

A. stressing                

B. wasteful                 

C. promising              

D. dangerous

14. You can climb up Mount McKinley, the highest peak in North America, to explore the rest of Denali National Park in Alaska, and view some ___________ wildlife.

A. interested               

B. spectacular            

C. excited                   

D. great

15. If wastes are thrown ___________, they can cause pollution in water, land and air.

A. inappropriately      

B. disappointingly      

C. eco-friendly           

D. favourably

IV. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the gap.

16. Cuc Phuong National Park __________________________ populations of several mammal species of conservation importance. (SUPPORTIVE)

17. In banana plantations, flooding occurs partly because of  deforestation and partly because of poorly _____________________ drainage systems. (CONSTRUCT)

18. Laptops and wireless technologies allow students to access _______________ relevant to class topics immediately. (INFORM)

V. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct response to each of the following exchanges.

19. Nam: “Do you think that there are any jobs which only men or only women can or should do?”

       Lan: “____________”

A. Men are better at certain jobs than women.

B. I agree. This really depends on their physical strengths and preferences.

C. Women and men should cooperate with each other.

D. Men are often favoured in certain jobs.

20. A: “Have you heard? Martin and Lisa have just got engaged!" - B: “______________”

A. Really? That’s fantastic!                           

B. Congratulations!

C. Let’s celebrate!                                          

D. Good luck!

VI. Read the passage below and decide which answer A, B, C or D fits each numbered gap.

Come “fly" over the Rainforest - We'll take your breath away!

Located in Cairns, Australia, Rainforest Flyway is a world leader in ecotourism. We take our guests on a breathtaking “flight over rainforest trees and straight into the heart of the rainforest for an unforgettable experience.

On the Flyway, you'll experience over 7.5 kilometres of living rainforests while learning about this spectacular place. Did you know that Australia's rainforests are home to over 3,000 different plant species? And (21) ___________ of the trees here are more than 3,000 years old! After this visit you'll understand why it's so important to preserve the rainforests. And you'll see that environmentally responsible travel can be fun, educational, and breathtaking.

Even if you're a world traveller, you've never experienced anything like the Rainforest Flyway. You'll start your unique journey above the (22) ____________, as you “fly” in a comfortable gondola only a few meters above the trees. Sit back and enjoy the extraordinary scenery. You will be amazed at the breathtakingly rich and lush foliage. And rest assured, there was no damage done to the rainforest (23) ___________ during the construction of your gondola. That's why the development of the Flyway took over 40 months to complete.

Your gondola will bring you down into the rainforest itself, where you follow a path to see, hear, and smell the rainforest environment from the ground. Free tours are available several times a day. Tour guides can point out some unusual plants, provide you with interesting facts about rainforest ecology, and answer your questions.

Your Rainforest Flyway experience lasts 90 minutes and ends in the small town of Kuranda, just 25 kilometers northwest of Cairns. Here, you can continue your eco-tour with a visit to the protected areas that 2,000 tropical butterflies call home. You can also buy (24) ____ arts and crafts made by the people of Kuranda. And if that isn't enough, you can continue on to the wildlife reserve located a short 9 kilometers west of Kuranda to see animals from all parts of the world.

Rainforest Flyway has won numerous awards, including Travel Planet magazine's "Best Ecotourism Destination”. Call or visit us online to make your (25) ____________.


A. some                

B. part                        

C. type                       

D. any


A. flood               

B. rainforest               

C. forest                     

D. jungle


A. ecology            

B. biology                  

C. geography              

D. ecotourism


A. beneficial        

B. right                       

C. original                  

D. negative


A. protections      

B. reservations           

C. guides                    

D. organizations

VII. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.


Water pollution is one of the biggest threats to the environment today. There are several sources of water pollution ranging from sewage and fertilizers to soil erosion. The impact of water pollution on wildlife and their natural habitats can be immense. There are also a number of things that the average person can do to help stop water pollution.

We should conserve the soil because soil conservation influences water pollution through erosion. As soil is eroded by water, it transfers sediment from the land to the body of water, which is polluted by the chemicals in the sediment. Phosphorus and industrial chemicals can be pulled into water through soil erosion. When phosphorus levels in water become too high, they can lead to algae blooms that can cause massive fish deaths and make water unsafe for human use. The best way to prevent soil erosion is to keep the banks of rivers well-covered with plants or trees. Planting trees can have a significantly positive impact on the reduction in soil erosion.

The oil used to lubricate engines in all types of machines needs to be changed regularly. When the oil is changed, it presents a number of environmental hazards if not disposed of properly. When a leaky engine releases this oil into the street, it runs to the sewer and makes its way into waterways.

Wherever you see a lot of human recreation, you will almost always see lots of evidence of human use. Wrappers, bottles and other trash are unfortunately a common site at many well-used beaches and rivers around the world. It should be fairly obvious that the trash from these places often ends up in waterways and can cause pollution. Plastics are an especially big issue when it comes to water contamination at beaches and waterways. Picking up litter wherever you find it is honestly the best, fastest way to do your part to stop this type of water pollution.

Organize cleaning parties with local people to make the reach larger. Get businesses involved as sponsors who will donate prizes to the person who collects the most trash if you're having a hard time finding people to sign up to help.

It is estimated that the consumption of plastic by humans is between 250 and 300 million tons a year. About 80% of the plastic in the oceans came from the land. Using alternatives to plastics or using “less disposable” plastics whenever possible can have a surprising impact on ocean pollution. The fact that plastic is cheap and useful for different purposes makes it obvious choices for many people.

26. Lubricants can cause environmental hazards when ______________.

A. they may be found in the streets                           

B. they engines work perfectly

C. they are not disposed properly                              

D. they are changed regularly

27. The following are the effects of water pollution EXCEPT that ____________.

A. it may make water unsafe for human use

B. it may spoil the beauty of beaches or waterways

C. it may cause massive fish deaths due to algae blooms

D. it may keep the banks of rivers well-covered with trees

28. Soil erosion can lead to water pollution because ______________.

A. massive fish deaths will make the rivers unsafe for human use

B. soil can be eroded by rain water

C. soil erosion can occur naturally everywhere

D. chemicals in the sediment from the soil erosion will pollute water

29. In order to make beaches clean and green, we should ____________.

A. follow the trash from these places which often ends up in waterways

B. find places with a lot of human recreation and of evidence of human use

C. organize campaigns in which prizes will be given to the business who collects the most trash

D. ask local people to take part in cleaning up the beaches, maybe with the sponsor from businesses

30. We can infer from the passage that ______________.

A. using too much plastic can cause bad effects on ocean pollution

B. using plastics only causes ocean pollution

C. we don't know how to stop water pollution

D. alternatives to plastics or “less disposable” plastics can make the situation worse

VIII. Rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning of the first ones.

31. He never polishes his shoes, so he never looks smart.

=> If he _______________________________________.

32. “You should stay in bed if you feel unwell.” My mother said.

=> My mother told me ___________________________.

33. Nam said, "The environment is severely affected by pollution."

=> Nam said ____________________________________.

34. His grandmother had a great influence on his life. She was a hard – working woman.

=> His mother ___________________________________.

35. The Nile is longer than any other river in the world. (long)

=> No __________________________________________.

IX. Listen to a teacher giving instructions on how to use online English language materials. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F).

36. The speaker thinks the students never get tired of things like books, blackboards, cassettes and CD players.

37. Triple ‘E' means ‘Easy Effective English'.

38. You just type some key words and click on the search engine button to see hundreds of websites.

39. Very few sites offer exciting lessons, activities and quizzes for English learners of all ages and levels.

40. There are sites where you record your own voice and listen to yourself.

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Đề 5

I. Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.


A. weather              

B. hearty                    

C. meadow                 

D. breath


A. public                

B. scuba-diving          

C. understand             

D. culture


A. ruin                    

B. fruit                       

C. cruise                     

D. juice

II. Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others.


A. ecology              

B. scuba-diving          

C. sustainable             

D. phenomenon


A. adventurous       

B. habitat                    

C. sustainable             

D. traditional

III. Choose the best one (A, B, C or D) to complete the sentence or replace the underlined word.

6. She can't get home _________ she has no money.

A. unless                    

B. if                            

C. until                       

D. without

7. The vast wilderness of Alaska offers some unbelievable ecotourism opportunities, and one of the most _________ tourism industries in the USA.

A. sustainable            

B. natural                   

C. safe                        

D. environmental

8. Villagers can compete against the commercial fishing and timber companies who __________ the natural resources of the area, taking as much as they want.

A. deplete                   

B. lower                     

C. leave                      

D. decrease

9. I rang my friend in Australia yesterday, and she said it __________ raining there.

A. is                            

B. were                       

C. has been                 

D. was

10. You should use electric fans instead of air conditioners _________ they don't emit dangerous gases.

A. so                           

B. but                         

C. because                  

D. although

11. Fish and poultry have a much lower impact ____ the environment, and other plant proteins are even less damaging ______ the planet.

A. on - to                    

B. on - with                

C. x - for                    

D. of - to

12. We get the energy we require for our everyday needs from many sources, but not all of them are ________.

A. ecological              

B. economic               

C. unharmed              

D. eco-friendly

13. E-books are typically __________ through a student's personal device, such as a notebook, tablet or cellphone.

A. concentrated          

B. accessed                

C. made                     

D. stored

14. While not all apps are ___________ on Android devices, the large majority of them can be accessed on iPhones, iPads, and iPods.

A. useful                    

B. keen                       

C. available                

D. fond

15. Mr. Brown has created a list of the most useful apps for the classroom, _________ is available on his blog.

A. that                        

B. which                     

C. who                        

D. whose

IV. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

16. Bac Lieu Bird Sanctuary Nature Reserve is a coastal rich and ____________ salt forest floor with the natural salt-marsh ecosystem. (DIVERSE)

17. In areas with high concentrations of tourist activities and attractive natural attractions, waste _________ is a serious problem. (DISPOSE)

18. Digital devices offer an opportunity to _____________ students about media use. (EDUCATION)

V. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct response to each of the following exchanges.

19. Lan: “Would you rather work for a male or female boss?”

      Nam: “_______________-__”

A. I’ve been self-employed for five years.    

B. I don’t like working under time pressure.

C. I prefer a male boss.                                  

D. I can’t stand the women gossips.

20. A: “Why don’t we make a cake for Mom on Mother’s Day?" - B: “___________________”

A. Sure, let’s plan on it.                                 

B. Thanks, I’d love to.

C. To make her happy.                                  

D. Great! I’d like some flowers.

VI. Read the passage below and decide which answer A, B, C or D fits each numbered gap.


In the early morning of the first day, the guide will pick you up and transfer to Nam Cat Tien National Park, located on a low mountainous area of Dong Nai Province. Nam Cat Tien is an area which represents a special ecosystem of wet (21) __________ with biodiversity.

You will take a boat trip along the Dong Nai River to view the (22) __________ on the river banks. You can stop at the grassland area to search for peacocks, jungle fowl and birds that prefer a more open habitat. After that, you can continue to go to Kim Lan Village, once a French military camp and now the main village to the one ethnic (23) __________ of the park.

The song of birds will wake you up in the morning of the second day. You go hiking to the crocodile lake with plenty of (24) ________ to see many varieties of bird life and, if you are lucky, the chance of spotting larger mammals. The Siamese Crocodile is an endangered (25) ___________ and this is one of the last remaining places in the world that you can still see them in the wild. In the evening, a walking tour along the track following the river through the botanical garden to Heaven Rapids, which provide you with good opportunities to see the birds and possibly the gibbon.


A. places              

B. varieties                 

C. forests                    

D. area


A. change             

B. variety                   

C. diverse                   

D. wildlife


A. inhabitants       

B. mammals               

C. plants                     

D. habitats


A. occasion          

B. notes                      

C. opportunities         

D. advantages


A. surfaces           

B. layers                     

C. spots                      

D. species

VII. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.


All the different plants and animals in a natural community are in a state of balance. This balance is achieved by the plants and animals interacting with each other and with their non-living surroundings. An example of a natural community is a woodland, and a woodland is usually dominated by a particular species of plant, such as the oak tree in an oak wood. The oak tree in this example is therefore called the dominant species but there are also many other types of plants, from brambles, bushes, and small trees to mosses, lichens and algae growing on tree trunks and rocks.

The plants of a community are the producers: they use carbon dioxide, oxygen, nitrogen to build up their tissues using energy in the form of sunlight. The plant tissues form food for the plant-eating animals (herbivores) which are in turn eaten by flesh-eating animals (carnivores). Thus, plants produce the basic food supply for all the animals of a community. The animals themselves are the consumers, and are either herbivores or carnivores.

Examples of herbivores in a woodland community are rabbits, deer, mice and snails, and insects such as aphids and caterpillars. The herbivores are sometimes eaten by the carnivores. Woodland carnivores are of all sizes, from insects such as beetles and lacewings to animals such as owls, shrews and foxes. Some carnivores feed on herbivores, some feed on the smaller carnivores, while some feed on both: a tawny owl will eat beetles and shrews as well as voles and mice. These food relationships between the different members of the community are known as food chains or food webs. All food chains start with plants. The links of the chain are formed by the herbivores that eat the plants and the carnivores that feed on the herbivores. There are more organisms at the base of the food chain than at the top; for example, there are many more green plants than carnivores in a community.

Another important section of the community is made up of the decomposers. They include the bacteria and fungi that live in the soil and feed on dead animals and plants. By doing this they break down the tissues of the dead organisms and release mineral salts into the soil.

26. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

A. All the plants in a wood are eaten by animals.

B. All the animals in a wood depend on plants for their food supply.

C. Plants and animals in a natural community do not interact with their non-living surroundings.

D. The balance of a natural community means there is no primary species.

27. All of the following statements are true, EXCEPT _____________.

A. some animals eat other animals

B. plants depend on the sun to grow

C. plants depend on the gasses in the atmosphere to grow

D. not every food chain starts with plants

28. Which of the following is NOT an example of carnivores?

A. shrew                     

B. lacewings              

C. owl                        

D. aphids

29. What makes the links in a food chain?

A. the plants and the herbivores                    

B. the herbivores and the carnivores

C. the carnivores and the decomposers         

D. the plants and the decomposers

30. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

A. Some animals eat plant-eating animals and also flesh-eating animals.

B. There are more organism at the base of a food chain than at the top.

C. Green plants outnumber carnivores in a food chain.

D. The consumers are at the base of a food chain.

VIII. Rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning of the first ones.

31. I don’t see you very often because you live so far away.

=> If you ____________________________________________.

32. “What would you do if you were having a problem with grammar, Nga?” Huyen asked.

=> Huyen asked Nga ___________________________________.

33. Mai said, "The burning of fossil fuels leads to air pollution."

=> Mai said ___________________________________________.

34. Tom has hundreds of books. They are all in foreign languages.

=> Tom has ___________________________________________.

35. No ocean in the world is deeper than the Pacific. (deepest)

=> The Pacific is _______________________________________.

IX. Listen and fill in each blank with correct words to complete the following sentences.

• All members are equal.

• All members promise to (36) ____ solve international problems ______ in a peaceful way.

• No member will use force against another member.

• All members will help (37) ____ the UN ______ in its actions.

• The UN will not try to solve problems within countries except to enforce international peace.

Obviously, the United Nations has not been completely successful (38) ____ in its goals ______. There have been several wars since 1945. However, the organisation has helped bring peace to some countries that were (39) ____ at war ______ It has helped people who left their countries because of wars. It has helped bring (40) _____ independence _____ to colonies.

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