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Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 1 to 5.
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The first public television broadcast in the United States took place in 1928. The broadcast didn’t reach many people-at that time there were only four television sets.
Today, 98 percent of American houses have at least one television, and 41 percent have three or more. The average American house has the TV on for 7 Hours and 40 minutes every day.
Many people are concerned with the effect that so much television has on American people-especially children. The average child watches 28 hours of TV a week. The average youth spends 1,023 hours a year watching TV (they spend only 900 hours a year in school). By the time they finish high school, the average American teenager will have seen 16,000 murders on TV.
One group trying to get people to watch less TV is the TV-Turnoff Network, who celebrate TV-Turnoff Week every year. In 2002, they got 6.5 million people to stop watching TV for a week. “Turn off TV, turn on life”, they say.
Watching less TV is also taking off with some Hollywood celebrities. Tom Cruise, the actor, only allows his children to watch 3.5 hours of TV a week. Director Stephen Spielberg only lets his five children watch an hour a day. One Australian actress, Naomi Watts, lets her children watch only the soccer World Cup on TV-once every four years!
Question 1. What is the best title for this passage?
A. Can Television Be A Bad Thing?
B. A History of Television
C. American Television Programs
D. Hollywood Celebrity Families
Question 2. According to the reading, who lets their children watch the most TV?
A. the TV-Turnoff Network
B. Tom Cruise
C. Stephen Spielberg
D. Naomi Watts
Question 3. Which of these sentences is NOT true?
A. The average young person in the US spends more time in school each week than watching TV.
B. The average American teenager will have seen 16,000 people being killed by the time they finish high school.
C. The average American child watches more than 25 hours of TV a week.
D. TV is on the average American house for more than 40 hours a week.
Question 4. The word “celebrities” in the passage mostly means …….
A. famous people
B. well-known films
D. big shows
Question 5. The word ‘they‘ in the passage refers to…….
B. the American teenager
C. the TV-Turnoff Network
D. American adults
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 6. Many people move to urban areas seeking for job opportunity as well as stable employment.
Question 7. Tom was too wet behind the ears to be in charge of such a difficult task.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.
Mark 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.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 12. It is high time we had to ……some measures to protect endangered species.
Question 13. The …… prices of property in big cities may deter people on low incomes from owning a house there.
Question 14. The government hoped …… the pandemic in 10 days.
A. to contain
D. to containing
Question 15. He was offered the job thanks to his ……performance during his job interview.
Question 16. The game has been cancelled …… bad weather conditions.
A. because of
C. in spite of
Question 17. He was jailed for providing false information to ……police.
C. x (no article)
Question 18. When I got an e-mail asking for my password, I should have smelled a …….
Question 19. Since we came here, we …… a lot of acquaintances.
C. have had
D. are having
Question 20. She …… her success to hard work and a little luck.
Question 21. Where were you exactly when the bomb……?
A. set off
B. blew out
C. broke out
D. went off
Question 22. The situation of COVID-19 worldwide is still serious, ……?
A. isn’t it
B. doesn’t it
C. is not it
D. is it
Question 23. I’ll pay you double if you …… the work finished by Friday.
A. will get
Question 24. She insists …… having her own bedroom.
Question 25. The chef …… the food today works in a well-known restaurant.
C. is preparing
D. is prepared
Question 26. Mary felt shocked …….
A. as soon as the boss has given her the sack for being late
B. when the boss gave her the sack for being late
C. until the boss gives her the sack for being late
D. before the boss has given her the sack for being late
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions
Question 27. An IPhone 12 Pro Max is not so expensive as a Samsung Galaxy Z.
A. An IPhone 12 Pro Max is more expensive than a Samsung Galaxy Z.
B. A Samsung Galaxy Z is more expensive than an IPhone 12 Pro Max.
C. An IPhone 12 Pro Max is as expensive as a Samsung Galaxy Z.
D. A Samsung Galaxy Z is not as expensive as an IPhone 12 Pro Max.
Question 28. It is against the school rules to cheat in the test.
A. You must not cheat in the test.
B. You can’t have cheated in the test.
C. You needn’t cheat in the test.
D. You don’t have to cheat in the test.
Question 29. “Would you like to drink some green tea?” said the boy to his girlfriend.
A. The boy reminded his girlfriend to drink some green tea.
B. The boy invited his girlfriend to drink some green tea.
C. The boy asked his girlfriend if she had drunk green tea.
D. The boy advised her girlfriend to drink green tea.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the answer to each of the question.
Most people think that lions only come from Africa. This is understandable because in fact most lions do come from there but this has not always been the case. If we went back ten thousand years, we would find that there were lions roaming vast sections of the globe. However now, unfortunately only a very small section of the lion’s former habitat remains.
Asiatic lions are sub-species of African lions. It is almost a hundred thousand years since the Asiatic lions split off and developed as a sub-species. At one time the Asiatic lion was living as far west as Greece and they were found from there, but in a band that spreads east through various countries of the Middle East, all the way to India. In museums now, you can see Greek coins that have clear images of the Asiatic lion on them. Most of them are dated at around 500 B.C. However, Europe saw its last Asiatic lions roaming free two thousand years ago. Over the next nineteen hundred years the numbers of Asiatic lions in the other areas declined steadily, but it was only in the nineteenth century that they disappeared from everywhere but in India.
The Gir Wildlife Sanctuary in India was established especially to protect the Asiatic lion. There are now around three hundred Asiatic lions in India and almost all of them are in this sanctuary. However, despite living in a sanctuary, which makes them safe from hunters, they still face a number of problems that threaten their survival. One of these is the ever-present danger of disease. This is what killed more than a third of Africa’s Serengeti lions in 1994, and people are fearful that something similar could happen in the Gir Sanctuary and kill off many of the Asiatic lions there.
India’s lions are particular vulnerable because they have a limited gene pool. The reason for this is interesting – it is because all of them are descended from a few dozen lions that were saved by a prince who took a particular interest in them. He was very healthy, and he managed to protect them; otherwise they would probably have died out completely.
When you see the Asiatic lion in India, what you sense is enormous vitality. They are very impressive animals and you would never guess that they have this vulnerability when you look at them.
Question 30. The passage was written to …….
A. persuade readers to protect the Asiatic lions
B. provide an overview of the existence of the Asiatic lions
C. explain why the Gir Sanctuary is the best habitat for the Asiatic lions
D. describe the developmental history of the Gir Sanctuary
Question 31. According to the author, the Gir Wildlife Sanctuary …….
A. cannot reduce the Asiatic lion’s risk of catching diseases
B. protects the Asiatic lion from hunters and diseases
C. can make the Asiatic lion become weak
D. is among many places where the Asiatic lion is well protected
Question 32. The word ‘these‘ in the passage refers to…….
A. Asiatic lions
Question 33. The following statements are correct EXCEPT that …….
A. the current Asiatic lions come from a great number of lions
B. the Asiatic lion was loved by a wealthy prince
C. although the Asiatic lion looks strong from appearance they are easily attacked by diseases
D. a rich prince sponsored the protection of Asiatic lions
Question 34. The word “vulnerable” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to …….
B. well protected
D. easily hurt
Question 35. The phrase “split off” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to …….
A. changed the original species
B. spotted animals
C. developed into different species
D. divided equally
Question 36. According to the passage, many people believe that lions come from …….
B. Middle East
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions
Question 37. The girl came back from England. She was kept in an isolation ward then.
A. Not until the girl was kept in an isolation ward did she come back from England.
B. Having come back from England, they kept the girl in an isolation ward.
C. Hardly had the girl come back from England when she was kept in an isolation ward.
D. Only after the girl came back from England that she was kept in an isolation ward.
Question 38. My father gave us his money. We could manage our business successfully.
A. Without my father’s money, we couldn’t have managed our business successfully.
B. If my father didn’t give us his money, we couldn’t manage our business successfully.
C. But for my father’s money we couldn’t manage our business successfully.
D. Had it not been for my father’s money, we could have managed our business successfully.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges
Question 39. Thanh is talking to Nadia after class.
– Thanh: “Lan’s the best singer in our school”. – Nadia: “……”
A. I can’t agree with you more!
B. Yes, tell me about it!
C. That’s OK!
D. Yes, please.
Question 40. Linda is thanking Daniel for his birthday present.
– Linda: “Thanks for the book. I’ve been looking it for months.” – Daniel: “…………”
A. I like reading books.
B. You can say that again.
C. Thank you for looking for it.
D. I’m glad you like it.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 41 to 45.
A new VR (virtual reality) headset for the home user will be in the shops soon. Unlike the heavy VR headsets (41)…… people have been using in arcades for the last few years, the new sets look more like a pair of sunglasses than a fireman’s helmet. A spokesman for the company said ‘A lot of people had problems with the old headsets. They were so heavy that if you wore them (42)…… for more than an hour or so, they could cause quite a lot of pain. Our new headsets are very comfortable, and will be perfect for games, as well as in education’.
Some scientists, (43)……, are worried about the effects of VR. Child psychologist Brenda Smith explained ‘There have already been several cases of violence among young children where computer games were to blame. With VR, we will soon have children who are not used to playing with (44)…… people. Spending your life in a constant battle with aliens and monsters is not really a suitable environment for someone young. We recommend that a child should experience actual reality, not virtual reality, and it would be a great (45)…… for parents to bring this sort of technology into the home.’
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 46. We divide up the homework between us – but he always makes me clean the bathrooms!
D. divide up
Question 47. The girl, as well as her siblings, have donated virtually all their savings to charity.
Question 48. Many nations protect endangered species by forbidding hunting, to restrict land development and creating preserves.
A. to restrict
B. and creating
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 49. The greatest achievements were obtained in the fight against communicable disease.
Question 50. Environmentalists appeal to the government to enact laws to stop factories from discharging toxic chemicals into the sea.
……. THE END ……
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