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  1. Part I: PHONETICS I. Different sound 1. A. heat B. scream C. meat D. dead 2. A. prepared B. particular C. pagoda D. attract 3. A. thrilling B. other C. through D. something 4. A. idea B. going C. will D. trip 5. A. face B. place C. prepared D. days 6. A. around B. sound C. only D. mouse 7. A. teacher B. other C. together D. term 8. A. Germany B. garden C. gate D. gas 9. A. scholarship B. Christ C. school D. chicken 10. A. house B. harm C. hour D. husband 11. A. sing B. morning C. any D. hang 12. A. hundred B. exhausted C. however D. heat 13. A. head B. ready C. mean D. weather 14. A. choir B. cheap C. child D. chair 15. A. charge B. child C. teacher D. champagne 16. A. reason B. clear C. mean D. each 17. A. motion B. question C. mention D. fiction 18. A. gather B. good C. large D. again 19. A. change B. children C. machine D. church 20. A. hand B. bank C. sand D. band 21. A. cooks B. loves C. joins D. spends 22. A. share B. rare C. are D. declare 23. A. clothes B. cloths C. roofs D. books 24. A. naked B. looked C. booked D. hooked 25. A. laughed B. weighed C. helped D. missed 26. A. apply B. university C. identity D. early 27. A. choice B. achieve C. each D. chemistry 28. A. final B. applicant C. high D. decide 29. A. average B. indicate C. application D. grade 30. A. course B. four C. our D. yours 31. A. worker B. whom C. interview D. answer 32. A. honest B. holiday C. home D. happiness 33. A. character B. teacher C. chemist D. technical 34. A. interview B. minute C. question D. suitable 35 A. explained B. disappointed C. prepared D. interviewed 36. A. economy B. industry C. qualify D. priority 37. A. right B. private C. communist D. minority 38. A. measure B. subsidies C. domestic D. hospital 39. A. though B. encourage C. enough D. country 40. A. improve B. introduce C. move D. lose 41. A. future B. mature C. pasture D. nature 42. A. chore B. technology C. much D. exchange 43. A. threaten B. earth C. healthy D. breathe 44. A. wipe B. allow C. powerful D. answer 45. A. service B. practice C. office D. device 46. A. grasses B. stretches C. comprises D. potatoes 47. A. lie B. wide C. circle D. comprise 48. A. compound B. route C. house D. south 49. A. dune B. hummock C. shrub D. buffalo 50. A. west B. between C. growth D. which
  2. II. Stress 1. A. comprise B. sandy C. circle D. northern 2. A. Aborigines B. expedition C. kilometer D. scientific 3. A. corridor B. enormous C. mystery D. separate 4. A. remain B. hummock C. explore D. between 5. A. territory B. Australia C. geography D. society 6. A. eject B. crossbar C. except D. commit 7. A. canoeing B. opponent C. windsurfing D. defensive 8 A. participant B. publicity C. competitive D. individual 9 A. interfere B. memory C. personal D. vertical 10 A. award B. defeat C. refer D. scuba 11.A. social B. conduct C. survey D. value 12.A. marvelous B. attention C. consider D. excited 13. A. verbal B. whistle C. precede D. marriage 14.A. attract B. decide C. reject D. beauty 15.A. solution B. suitable C. confidence D. family 16. A. conical B. determine C. contractual D. supportive 17. A. physical B. mischievous C. suitable D. romantic 18. A. ancestor B. measurement C. counterpart D. appearance 19. A. commitment B. inflation C. collection D. enterprise 20. A. dissolve B. observe C. publish D. appraise 21. A. technology B. psychology C. reconstruction D. apology 22. A. between B. result C. ago D. coffee 23. A. waving B. teaching C. pointing D. divide 24. A. student B. listen C. blackboard D. between 25. A. traditional B. professional C impossible D. decoration 26. A. economics B. interfere C. philosophy D. punctuality 27. A. secondary B. primary C. fantastic D. national 28. A. education B. curriculum C. technology D. integrity 29. A. because B. method C. standard D. wooden 30. A. ashtray B. music C. severe D. temper 31. A. farewell B. thoughtful C. toward D. approach 32. A. mischievous B. family C. supportive D. suitable 33. A. desert B. parallel C. hummock D. aerial 34. A. measure B. pressure C. unwise D. sacrifice 35. A. attitude B. partnership C. actually D. Vietnamese 36. A. survey B. enormous C. remained D. mystery 37. A. diversity B. marriage C. engagement D. importance 38. A. European B. Victorian C. Brazilian D. Korean 39. A. America B. equal C. maintain D. attractive 40. A. confide B. reject C. precede D. conical 41. A. expedition B. exploration C. Australian D. Geographical 42. A. appropriate B. interesting C. different D. cultural 43. A. culture B. engage C. majority D. determine 44. A. romantic B. counterpart C. discussion D. appearance 45. A. bridegroom B. bamboo C. wedding D. survey 46. A. supernatural B. explanation C. redundancy D. electronic 47. A. gymnastics B. criminal C. investment D. excitement 48. A. financial B. ambitious C. refusal D. evidence 49. A. confess B. function C. jealous D. patient 50. A. possibility B. manufacture C. instrument D. disappointed
  3. Part II: TENSES 1. When I got home I found that water down the kitchen walls A. ran B. was running C. has run D. had been running 2. After he his English course, he went to England to continue his study A. has finish B. had finished C. was finished D. would finish 3. How since we college? A. are you- left B. were you- left C. have you been- have left D. have you been- left 4. I much of you lately. We three months ago A. haven’t seen- last meet B. didn’t see- met C. haven’t seen- have meet D. didn’t see- have met 5. The Chinese spaghetti dishes for a long time before Marco Polo back to Italy A. made- brought B. have made- brought C. made- had brought D. had been making- brought 6. When I arrived at the meeting the first speaker speaking and the audience A. just finished- were clapping B. had just finished- had clapped C. had just finished- were clapping D. just finished- had clapped 7. He his job last month and then he out of work A. lost- was B. was lost- had been C. has lost- was D. lost- has been 8. In the last hundred years, travelling much easier and more comfortable A. become B. has become C. became D. will became 9. In the 19th century, it two or three months to across North America by covered wagon A. took B. had taken C. had been taken D. was taking 10. In the past, the trip very rough and often dangerous, but things a great deal in the last hundred and fifty years A. was- have changed B. is- change C. had been- will change D. has been- changed 11. She Hanoi last year A. went B. go C. goes D. is going 12. Now you from New York to Los Angeles in a matter of hours A. are flying B. would fly C. will fly D. can fly 13. When Carol last night, I my favorite show on television A. was calling- watched B. called- have watched C. called- was watching D. had called- watched 14. By the time next summer, you your studies A. completes B. will complete C. are completing D. will have completed 15. Right now, Jim the newspaper and Kathy dinner A. reads- has cooked B. is reading- is cooking C. has read- was cooking D. read- will be cooking 16. Last night at this time, they the same thing. She and he the newspaper A. are doing- is cooking- is reading B. were doing- was cooking- was reading C. was doing- has cooked- is reading D. had done- was cooking- read 17. Sam to change a light bulb when he and A. was trying-slipped- fell B. tried- was slipping- falling C. had been trying- slipped- was falling D. has tried- slips- falls 18. Every day I ___up at 6 o’clock, ___breakfast at seven o’clock and___for work at 8 o’clock A. get- eat- leave B. have got- eating- leaving C. got- ate- left D. will get- have eaten- left 19. I for this company for more then thirty years, and I intend to stay here until I next year A. am working- will retire B. am going to work- am retiring C. work- am going to retire D. have been working- retire 20. My mother is the first up and the last to bed A. getting- going B. to get- going C. getting- to go D. to get- to go 21. I must have a bath. I all the afternoon A. was gardening B. have gardened C. have been gardening D. had been gardening
  4. 22. The team a single match so far this season A. doesn’t win B. didn’t win C. hasn’t won D. hadn’t won 23. By the time you receive this letter, I for the USA A. have left B. will leave C. will have left D. am leaving 24. Up to now, the manager a lot of information about his secretary. A. learned B. has learned C. had learned D. learns 25. Where is Mary? _ She her homework in her room. A. is performing B. is making C. is doing D. is learning 26. While I .along the road, I saw a friend of mine. A. was cycling B. have cycled C. cycled D. am cycling 27. By the time I . . . . . . . . . . this report, I will give you a ring. A. type B. will type C. have typed D. will have typed 28. While my mother ___ a film on TV, my father was cooking dinner. It was March 8th yesterday. A. watched B. was watching C. had watched D. watches 29. The plane from Dallas ___ two hours late, so I missed my connecting flight from Frankfurt to London. A. took on B. took in C. took over D. took off 30. When we came, a party ___ in the hall. A. is being held B. had being held C. will be held D. was being held 31. He in the same house since 1975. A. has lived B. is living C. lived D. had lived 32. When I came to visit her last night, she ___ a bath. A. is having B. was having C. has D. had 33.When we arrived at the restaurant, the others ___ . A. left B. have left C. had left D. are leaving 34. By the end of 2010 we___ in Ho Chi Minh City for 30 years. A. work B. will work C. have worked D. will have worked 35. I learned that the college ___ in 1900 A. found B. was founded C. founded D. had been founded 36. If I ___ 10 years younger, I ___ the job. A. am/ will take B. were/ would take C. would be/ took D. had been / would take 37. By the time he ___ to the meeting, it had begun for 15 minutes. A. had gone B. has gone C. went D. was going 38. He began to feel ill while ___. A. he is doing the exam B. he did the exam C. he would do the exam D. he was doing the exam. 39. Since 1980, scientists the world over ___ a lot of things to fight against AIDS. A. have done B. are doing C. did D. had done 40. Now my sister ___ a bicycle of her own. A. is having B. are having C. has D. had 41. Last week, my professor promised that he ___ today. A. would come B. will come C. comes D. coming 42. My girl friend arrived after I ___ for her about half an hour. A. was waiting B. had been waiting C. have been waiting D. have waited 43. I ___ in Quang Ngai before I moved to Binh Thuan. A. have been living B. have lived C. had lived D. had been living 44. There are many ways ___ to Rome. A. is leading B. are leading C. leading D. led 45. While I ___ T.V last night, a mouse ran across the floor. A. watch B. watched C. am watching D. was watching 46. I still can’t believe it! My bicycle ___ last night. A. was stolen B. had been stolen C. stole D. was being stolen 47. While they were ___tables, he was ___ the radio. A. arranging - listening to B. arranging – hearing C. laying -listening to D. making- hearing 48. I suddenly remembered that I to bring my keys. A. having forgotten B. have forgotten C. had forgotten D. forgot
  5. 49. By the year 2010 many people currently employed ___their jobs. A. will have lost B. will be losing C. have lost D. are losing 50.By September next year I___ here for ten years. A. will be working B. work C. will have been working D. have been working Part III: PASSIVE VOICE 1. We can’t go along here because the road A. is repairing B. is repaired C. is being repaired D. repairs 2. The story which I’ve just read Agatha Christie A. was written B. was written by C. was written from D. wrote by 3. I’m going to go out and A. have cut my hair B. have my hair cut C. cut my hair D. my hair be cut 4. Something funny in class yesterday A. happened B. was happened C. happens D. is happened 5. Many US automobiles in Detroit, Michigan A. manufacture B. have manufactured C. are manufactured D. are manufacturing 6. A lot of pesticide residue can unwashed produce A. find B. found C. be finding D. be found 7. We by a loud noise during the night A. woke up B. are woken up C. were woken up D. were waking up 8. Some film stars difficult to work with A. are said be B. are said to be C. say to be D. said to be 9. Why did Tom keep making jokes about me? – I don’t enjoy at A. be laughed B. to be laughed C. laughing D. being laughed 10. Today, many serious childhood diseases by early immunization A. are preventing B. can prevent C. prevent D. can be prevented 11. Do you get your heating every year? A. checking B. check C. be checked D. checked 12. Bicycles in the driveway A. must not leave B. must not be leaving C. must not be left D. must not have left 13. Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony next weekend A. is going to be performed B. has been performed D. will be performing D. will have perform 14. All bottles before transportation A. frozen B. were froze C. were frozen D. are froze 15. yet? A. Have the letters been typed B. Have been the letters typed C. Have the letters typed D. Had the letters typed 16. English has become a second language in countries like India, Nigeria or Singapore where for administration, broadcasting and education A. is used B. it is used C. used D. being used 17. The telephones by Alexander Graham Bell A. is invented B. is inventing C. invented D. was invented 18. Lots of houses by the earthquake A. are destroying B. destroyed C. were destroyed D. is destroyed 19. Gold in California in the 19th century A. was discovered B. has been discovered C. was discover D. they discover 20. The preparation by the time the guest A. had been finished- arrived B. have finished- arrived C. had finished-were arriving D. have been finished- were arrived 21 The boy___ by the teacher yesterday. A. punish B. punished C. punishing D. was punished 22. “Ms Jones, please type those letters before noon”_ “They’ve already ___, sir. They’re on your desk.”
  6. A. typed B. been being typed C. being typed D. been typed 23. Sarah is wearing a blouse. It___ of cotton. A. be made B. are made C. is made D. made 24. They had a boy ___ that yesterday. A. done B. to do C. did D. do 25. We got our mail ___ yesterday. A. been delivered B. delivered C. delivering D. to deliver 26. James the news as soon as possible. A. should tell B. should be told C. should told D. should be telled 27. My wedding ring ___ yellow and white gold. A. is made B. is making C. made D. make 28. Mr. Wilson is ___ as Willie to his friend. A. known B. knew C. is known D. know 29. References ___ in the examination room. A. not are used B. is not used C. didn’t used D. are not used 30. Laura ___ in Boston. A. are born B. were born C. was born D. born 31. His car needs ___. A. be fixed B. fixing C. to be fixing D. fixed 32. Her watch needs ___. A. repairing B. to be repaired C. repaired D. A and B 33. My mother is going ___ this house. A. sold B. sell C. to be sold D. to sell 34. There’s somebody behind us. I think we are ___. A. being followed B. are followed C. follow D. following 35. Have you ___ by a dog?A. bite B. bit C. ever been bitten D. ever been bit 36. The room is being ___ at the moment. A. was cleaned B. cleaned C. cleaning D. clean 37. It ___ that the strike will end soon. A. is expected B. expected C. are expected D. was expected 38. It is ___ that many people are homeless after the floods. A. was reported B. reports C. reported D. reporting 39. He was said ___ this building. A. designing B. to have designed C. to design D. designed 40. Ted ___ by a bee while he was sitting in the garden. A. got sting B. got stung C. get stung D. gets stung 41. These tennis courts don’t ___ very often. Not many people want to play. A. got used B. used C. get used D. get use 42. I’ll get Minh ___ do this for you. A. do B. done C. did D. to do 43. Those letters ___ now. You can do the typing later. A. need typing B. needn't be typed C. need to type D. needn't typing 44. “What a beautiful dress you are wearing”- “thanks, it___ especially for me by a French tailor.” A. is made B. has made C. made D. was made 45. Somebody cleans the room every day. A. The room everyday is cleaned. B. The room is every day cleaned. C. The room is cleaned every day. D. The room is cleaned by somebody every day. 46. People don’t use this road very often. A. This road is not used very often. B. Not very often this road is not used. C. This road very often is not used. D. This road not very often is used. 47. How do people learn languages? A. How are languages learned? B. How are languages learned by people?
  7. C. How languages are learned? D. Languages are learned how? 48. Over 1500 new houses ___ each year. Last year, 1720 new houses ___. A. were built/ were built B. are built/ were built C. are building / were built D. were built/ were being built 49. Tom bought that book yesterday. A. That book was bought by Tom yesterday. B. That book was bought yesterday by Tom. C. That book yesterday was bought by Tom D. That book was bought yesterday. 50. The new computer system ___ next month. A. is be installed B. is being installed C. is been installed D. is being installed by people
  8. Part IV: CONDITIONAL CLAUSE 1. “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 2. She can’t get home ___ she has no money. A. unless B. if C. until D. without 3. If I had known your new address, we ___to see you. A. came B. will come C. would come D. would have come 4. If we took the 10:30 train, ___. A. we would arrive too early B. we should arrive too early C. we will arrive too early D. we may arrive too early 5. It’s very crowded here. I wish there ___ so many people. A. aren’t B. weren’t C. haven’t been D. isn’t 6. I wouldn’t go there at night if I ___ you. A. am B. was C. were D. had been 7. If I ___ get a pole, I’ll go fishing. A. can B. could C. may D. might 8. If they had enough time, they ___ head south. A. will B. can C. must D. might 9. If you ___ a choice, which country would you visit? A. have B. had C. have had D. will have 10. Trees won’t grow ___ there is enough water. A. if B. when C. unless D. as 11. ___ she agreed, you would have done it. A. If B. Had C. Should D. Would 12. If you ___ to be chosen for the job, you’ll have to be experienced in the field. A. want B. wanted C. had wanted D. wants 13. If the doctor had arrived sooner, the boy ___. A. might be saved B. have been saved C. was saved D. might have been saved 14. If there ___, the rice fields could have been more productive. A. had been enough water B. were enough water C. would be enough water D. are enough water 15. The patient could not recover unless he ___ an operation. A. had undergone B. would undergo C. underwent D. was undergoing 16. If she ___ him, she would be very happy. A. would meet B. will meet C. is meeting D. should meet 17. If he ___ a thorough knowledge of English, he could have applied for this post. A. had had B. had C. has D. has had 18. If I had enough money, I ___ abroad to improve my English. A. will go B. would go C. should go D. should have to go 19. If it ___ convenient, let’s go out for a drink tonight. A. be B. is C. was D. were 20. If you ___ time, please write to me. A. have B. had C. have had D. has 21. If it ___ tomorrow, we may postpone going on a picnic. A. rains B. will rain C. shall rain D. raining 22. If you hadn’t watched that late mivie last night, you ___ sleepy now.
  9. A. wouldn’t have been B. wouldn’t be C. might have not been D. wouldn’t have been being 23. If you ___ as I told you, you ___ sorry now. A. did- would not be B. had done- had not been C. do – would not beD. had done – would not be 24. If only I ___ him now. A. see B. saw C. have seen D. seen 25. If I ___, I’ll let you know. A. am staying B. will stay C. do stay D. would stay 26. If only I ___ you wanted to invest money in business. A. had known B. knew C. have known D. know 27. Linda wishes she ___her car. A. hasn’t sold B. hadn’t sold C. doesn’t sell D. won’t sell 28. He looked frightened as if he___a ghost. A. had seen B. saw C. would see D. was seeing 29. I wish it ___ a holiday today.A. were B. will be C. is D. had been 30. “My car broke down when I was leaving Detroit and I had to take the bus.” “___, we would have picked you up.” A. Had we known B. If we have known C. We had known D. If we did know 31. If I ___ as young as you are, I ___ in a boat round the world. A. were- would sail B. would be – would sail C. were- will sail D. would- would sail 32. If he___tickets yesterday, he ___ on the beach now. A. had booked- would be lying B. had booked- would have lied C. booked – would lie D. books- will lie 33. If you ___ less last night, you ___ so bad today. A. had drunk- would not have felt B. drank- would not feel C. had drunk- would not feel D. would have drunk- would not feel 34. It seemed as if he ___ of it before. A. would never hear B. has never heard C. never heard D. had never heard 35. ___ today, she would get home by Friday. A. Would she leave B. Was she leaving C. Were she to leave D. If she leaves 36. “He’s a very brave man.” “Yes, I wish I ___ his courage.” A. have B. had C. will have D. would have 37. ___he___ hard last year, he would have lost the first prize. A. Hadn’t – studied B. Had- studied C. Didn’t study D. If – had studied 38. We’re going to be late if ___.A. we not leave right now B. we didn’t leave right now C. we won’t leave right now D. we don’t leave right now 39. “I wish this city___ so noisy.” “I know. I wish we ___ in the countryside.” A. isn’t – live B. wasn’t – live C. weren’t- live D. weren’t – lived 40. He acted as though he___ for days. A. not eat B. hasn’t eaten C. hadn’t eaten D. didn’t eat 41. We ___ the game if we’d had a few more minutes. A. might have won B. won C. had won D. will win 42. I ___ William with me if I had known you and he didn’t get along with each other. A. hadn’t brought B. didn’t bring C. wouldn’t have brought D. won’t bring 43. If you ___ to my advice in the first place, you wouldn’t be in this mess right now. A. listen B. will listen C. had listened D. listened 44. ___ interested in that subject, I would try to learn more about it. A. Were I B. Should I C. I was D. If I am 45. I ___ you sooner had someone told me you were in the hospital.
  10. A. would have visited B. visited C. had visited D. visit 46. ___ then what I know today, I would have saved myself a lot of time and trouble over the years. A. Had I known B. Did I know C. If I know D. If I would know Part V: REPORTED SPEECH 1. Julia said that she ___ there at noon. A. is going to be B. was going to be C. will be D. can be 2. He ___ that he was leaving way that afternoon. A. told me B. told to me C. said me D. says to me 3. She said to me that she ___ to me the Sunday before. A. wrote B. has written C. was writing D. had writing 4. I ___ him to sell that old motorbike. A. said to B. suggested C. advised D. recommended 5. My parents reminded me ___ the flowers. A. remember to plant B. not to plant to plant C. to plant D. planting 6. I asked Martha ___ to enter law school. A. are you planning B. is she planning C. was she planning D. if she was planning 7. Nam wanted to know what time ___. A. does the movie begin B. did the movie begin C. the movie begins D. the movie began 8. I wondered___ the right thing. A. whether I was doing B. if I am doing C. was I doing D. am I doing 9. The scientist said the earth ___ the sun. A. goes around B. is going around C. went around D. was going around 10. Peter said that if he ___rich, he ___ a lot. A. is – will travel B. were – would travel C. had been – would have travelled D. was – will travel 11. They said that they had been driving through the desert___. A. the previous day B. yesterday C. the last day D. Sunday previously 12. He asked the children ___too much noise. A. not to make B. not making C. don’t make D. if they don’t make 13. The man said that the days ___longer in summer. A. will be B. are C. were D. can be 14. The teacher said Columbus ___America in 1942. A. discovered B. had discovered C. was discovering D. would discover 15. John said he ___ her since they ___ school. A. hasn’t met – left B. hadn’t met - had left C. hadn’t met – left D. didn’t meet – has left 16. The woman asked ___get lunch at school. A. can the children B. whether the children could C. if the children can D. could the children 17. Laura said that when she___ to school, she saw an accident. A. was walking B. has walked C. had been walking D. has been walking 18. He asked, “Why didn’t she take the final exam?” - He asked why ___ the final exam. A. she took B. did she take C. she hadn’t taken D. she had taken 19. Ba said he___ some good marks last semester. A. gets B. got C. getting D. have got 20. They told their parents that they___ their best to do the test. A. try B. will try C. are trying D. would try 21. She asked me where I___ from. A. come B. coming C. to come D. came 22. She___ me whether I liked classical music or not. A. ask B. asks C. asked D. asking 23. He asked me who___ the editor of that book. A. was B. were C. is D. has been 24. He wants to know whether I ___ back tomorrow. A. come B. came C. will come D. would come
  11. 25. I wonder why he___ love his family. A. doesn’t B. don’t C. didn’t D. hasn’t 26. They asked me how many children___. A. I had B. had I C. I have D. have I 27. Thu said she had been___ the day before. A. here B. there C. in this place D. where 28. The student said that the English test___ the most difficult. A. is B. was C. will be D. have been 29. He wanted to know ___ shopping during the previous morning. A. if we had been going B. that if we had been going C. we were going D. that we were going 30. He asked me ___ Robert and I said I did not know ___. A. that did I know / who were Robert B. that I knew / who Robert were C. if I knew / who Robert was D. whether I knew / who was Robert 31. The mother asked her son ___. A. where he has been B. where he had been C. where has he been D. where had he been 32. Martin asked me ___. A. how is my father B. how my father is C. how was my father D. how my father was 33. The host asked Peter ___ tea or coffee. A. whether he preferred B. that he preferred C. did he prefer D. if he prefers 34. She asked me ___ my holidays ___. A. where I spent / the previous year B. where I had spent / the previous year C. where I spent / last year D. where did I spend / last year 35. He advised ___ too far. A. her did not go B. her do not go C. her not to go D. she did not go 36. John often says he ___ boxing because it ___ a cruel sport. A. does not like / is B. did not like / were C. not liked / had been D. had not liked / was 37. Nancy asked me why I had not gone to New York the summer ___. A. before B. ago C. last D. previous 38. He asked ___ him some money. A. her to lend B. she to lend C. she has lent D. she lends 39. Andrew told me that they ___ fish two ___ days. A. have not eaten / ago B. had not eaten / previous C. did not eat / before D. would not eat / last 40. Jason told me that he ___ his best in the exam the ___ day. A. had done / following B. will do / previous C. would do / following D. was going / previous 41. John asked me ___ in English. A. what does this word mean B. what that word means C. what did this word mean D. what that word meant 42. The mother told her son ___ so impolitely. A. not behave B. not to behave C. not behaving D. did not behave 43. She said she ___ collect it for me after work. A. would B. did C. must D. had 44. She said I ___ an angel. A. am B. was C. were D. have been 45. I have ever told you he ___ unreliable. A. is B. were C. had been D. would Be 46. I told him ___ the word to Jane somehow that I ___ to reach her during the early hours. A. passing / will try B. he will pass / tried C. to pass / would be trying D. he passed / have tried 47. Laura said she had worked on the assignment since ___. A. yesterday B. two days ago C. the day before D. the next day 48. John asked me ___ interested in any kind of sports. A. if I were B. if were I C. if was I D. if I was 49. John asked me ___ that film the night before. A. that I saw B. had I seen C. if I had seen D. if had I seen 50. The guest told the host that ___.
  12. A. I must go now B. he must go now C. he had to go now D. he had to go then
  13. Part VI: RELATIVE CLAUSE 1. The man ___ spoke to John is my brother. A. whom B. who C. whose D. which 2. I must thank the man from ___ I got the present. A. who B. whom C. that D. which 3. It is a car ___ I bought last year. A. whom B. who C. which D. whose 4. He is the man ___ son is a doctor A. whom B. which C. who D. whose 5. I come from a city ___ is located in the southern part of the country. A. who B. whom C. that D. whose 6. The film about ___ they are talking is fantastic. A. who B. which C. whom D. that 7. That ’s the woman to ___ Jim used to be married. A. who B. whom C. which D. that 8. The people ___ for the bus in the rain are getting well A. waiting B. to wait C. waited D. wait 9. He is the boy ___ is my best friend A. that B. whom C. who D. A& C 10. I have a message for people ___ by the traffic chaos. A. to delay B. who delay C. delayed D. who delaying 11. I live in a pleasant room ___ the garden. A. to overlook B. overlooking C. overlooked D. which overlooking 12. Melanie was the only person ___ a letter of thanks. A. wrote B. written C. to write D. writing 13. The pilot was the only man ___ after the crash. A. was rescued B. rescued C. rescuing D. to be rescued 14. I met a lot of new people at the party ___ names I can’t remember. A. whose B. which C. who D. whom 15. I talked to a woman ___ car had broken down on the way to the party. A. which B. who C. whose D. whom 16. Vicky, ___ name was missed off the list, wasn’t very pleased. A. which B. whose C. who D. whom 17. The picture was painted by Laura, ___ is being shown in an exhibition. A. which B. whose C. who D. whom 18. The concert ___ we are looking forward is next Saturday. A. which B. that C. whom D. A & B 19. I’ll see you near the post office ___ we met the other day. A. which B. where C. when D. why 20. The success of shared holidays depends on ___ you shared it with. A. whose B. who C. whom D. which 21. The sun, ___ is one of millions of stars in the universe, provides us with heat an light. A. which B. that C. who D. A & B are correct 22. Tom made a number of suggestions, most of ___ were very helpful. A. them B. which C. that D. B & C are correct 23. Alaska, ___ my brother lives, is the largest state in the United States. A. which B. where C. w ho D. All are correct
  14. 24. Tell me the reason ___ you were absent yesterday. A. where B. when C. why D. that 25. There was a time ___ dinosaurs dominated the earth. A. which B. when C. that D. A & B are correct 26. The house in ___ I was born and grew up was destroyed in an earthquake ten years ago. A. which B. where C. that D. All are correct 27. Summer is the time of the year ___ the weather is the hottest. A. when B. which C. that D. B & C are correct 28. Sunday is the day on ___ I am least busy. A. where B. when C. which D. that 29. Do you know the man about ___ they’re talking? A. whom B. whose C. that D. A & C are correct 30. What’s the name of the blonde girl ___ just came in? A. who B. whose C. whom D. A & B are correct 31. I don’t like people ___ lose their tempers easily. A. who B. whose C. that D. A & C are correct 32. Mexico City, ___ has a population of over 10 million, is probably the fastest growing city in the world. A. which B. whose C. that D. A & B are correct 33. This is Henry, ___ sister works for my father. A. who B. whose C. that D. A & C are correct 34. He’s the man ___ people like at first sight. A. who B. whom C. that D. All are correct 35. Could you iron the trousers ___ are hanging up behind the door? A. who B. which C. that D. B & C are correct 36. Where is the girl ___ sells tickets? A. who B. whose C. whom D. A & C are correct 37. The man ___ we consider as our leader had much experience in climbing mountains. A. who B. whose C. whom D. A & C are correct 38. The artist ___ name I couldn’t remember was one of the best I had ever seen. A. who B. whose C. that D. A & C are correct 39. Frank invited Janet, ___ he had met in Japan, to the party. A. who B. whose C. that D. A & C are correct 40. The girl ___ design had been chosen stepped to the platform to receive the award. A. whose B. whom C. that D. which 41. I need to find a painting ___ will match the rest of my room. A. whose B. whom C. who D. which 42. There are too many poor people ___ do not have enough to eat in the world. A. whose B. whom C. who D. which 43. The trees ___ have the beautiful flowers grow near the gate of the garden. A. whose B. whom C. who D. which 44. The teacher ___ teaches us French is coming today. A. whom B. who C. that D. B & C are correct 45. What’s the music to ___ you are listening? A. whose B. which C. that D. B & C are correct 46. I don’t like the stories ___ have unhappy endings. A. who B. which C. that D. B & C are correct
  15. 47. The students ___ don’t have library cards can’t borrow books from the library. A. who B. which C. whom D. A & C are correct Part VII: CLAUSE OF REASON 1.Hundreds of species of Hawaiian flowers have become extinct or rare ___ land development and the grazing of wild goats. A. now that B. due to C. because D. for 2. ___ extremely bad weather in the mountains, we’re no longer considering our skiing trip. A. Due to B. Because C. Since D. Due to the fact that 3. Barbara is motivated to study ___ she knows that a good education can improve her life. A. because B. because of C. due to D. owing to 4. He could not play in the game ___ his foot injury. A. because B. due to the fact that C. because of D. for 5. ___ I had nothing for lunch but an apple, I ate dinner early. A. For B. Since C. Due to D. Because of 6. Mr. Watson retired from his job early ___ his ill health. A. becauseB. due to C. as D. for 7. She bought a book ___ she had heard it was good.UH A. because of B. owing to C. due to D. due to the fact that 8. Josh couldn’t open the door ___ the lock was broken. A. because B. because of C. due to D. owing to 9. Let’s ask our teacher how to solve this problem ___ we can’t agree on the answer. A. Since B. because of C. due to D. owing to 10. ___the need to finish this project soon. I want you to work on this overtime for the next few days. A. Because B. As C. Because of D. Since 11. I can’t ride my bike ___ there isn’t any air in one of the tires. A. because B. because of C. due to D. owing to 12. ___ our apartment building has had two robberies in the last month, I’m going to put an extra lock on the door and install a telephone in my bedroom.A. Since B. For C. because of D. owing to 13. I turned on the fan ___ the room was hot. A. due to B. owing to C. because D. because of 14. We didn’t arrive at the lecture on time ___ the bus was late. A. owing to B. as C. because of D. due to 15. I wonder who drank all the milk yesterday. It can’t have been Susan ___ she was out all day. A. because of B. because C. due to D. owing to 16. ___ the old man spoke very slowly and clearly, I could understand him at all. A. As B. because of C. due to D. owing to 17. I knew they were talking about me ___ they stopped when I entered the room. A. because B. because of C. owing to D. due to 18. ___ the storm, the ship couldn’t reach its destination on time. A. Owing to B. As C. Since D. Because 19. ___ his parents’ generosity, all of the children in his family have received the best of anything. A. Due to the fact that B. Because of C. Because D. Since 20. ___ she has a job, she is able to pay her rent and provide food for her family. A. Since B. Due to C. Because of D. Owing to 21. We didn’t go to France last summer___ we couldn’t afford to. A. Owing to B. due to C. because D. because of 22. ___the flight delay, they didn’t attend the conference. A. Because B. For C. owing to D. Because of 23. The flight from New York to London was delayed ___ the heavy fog.
  16. A. because of B. because C. since D.due to the fact that 24. Hoa was late ___ her car was broken down. A. because of B. due to C. because D. owing to Part VIII: CLAUSE OF RESULT 1. My mouth is burning! This is ___ spicy food that I don’t think I can finish it. A. such B. so C. very D. too 2. Our village had ___ money available for education that the school had to close. A. so little B. such little C. so much D. such much 3. Timmy spent ___ money buying movie tickets that he didn’t have enough left to buy a soft drink. A. such B. a lot of C. too much D. so much 4. It was ___that we went for a hike in the mountain. A. so a nice day B. such nice a day C. so nice a day D. such a day nice 5. There are not ___ jobs for all of us. A. such B. so C. enough D. too 6. The T- shirt in the window was ___ expensive for me to buy. A. too B. enough C. so D. very 7. ___ that she burst into tears. A. So angry was she. B. She was so anger C. Such her anger was D. So angry she was 8. Sarah speaks so ___ that I can’t understand her. A. fast B. fastly C. faster D. fastest 9. Mr. Brown has ___ many patient ___ he is always busy. A. too – that B. very – until C. such – that D. so- that 10. The coat is ___for me to wear. A. too large B. so much C. very much D. too much 11. The furniture was ___. A. such expensive that I couldn’t buy it B. enough cheap for me to buy C. so expense that I did buy it D. too expensive for me to buy 12. There are ___ planets in the universe that we can’t count them. A. so much B. such C. so many D. so 13. Paul was ___ sad about his examination results that he didn’t smile all week. A. enough B. so C. such D. too 14. The road is ___. A. so slippery that we drove fast B. so slippery for us to drive fast C. too slippery for us to drive D. too slippery that we can’t drive fast. 15. Uranus is just ___ to be seen on a clear night with naked eyes. A. bright enough B. enough brightly C. as enough clear D. bright as enough 16. When Franklin Roosevelt decided to run for a fourth term, the opposite said that he was___. A. so old B. too old C. oldest D. very older 17. Last Sunday it was ___ wet ___ we couldn’t go to the movies. A. as – as B. more – than C. less – than D. so – that 18. The corresponding sentence “There are so many for me to do that ” is ___ A. I have so many things to do that B. Nobody has so many C. So many things are on me D. I do many things 19. He was ___ tired that he slept all days. A. such B. too C. so D. very 20. It was ___ that we had gone for a walk. A. such a beautiful weather B. such a nice weather C. so nice a weather D. so beautiful a night 21. “The new mathematics teacher seems very pleasant” “Yes, he’s ___ person” A. a such nice B. a so nice C. such nice D. such a nice 22. “I find the local newspapers to be ___ uninformative”
  17. “Yes, there is hardly any international news” A. so B. such C. so much D. such much 22. “Do you know why Eric failed her test? “I don’t know. She spent___ time studying.” A. so B. such C. so much D. such much 23. “Wendy is really tall for her age.” “She is ___tall that her friends make fun of her.” A. so B. as C. that D. much 24. “What is your opinion of the Smiths?” “They are ___ people” A. such an interesting B. so interesting a C. so interesting D. such interesting 25. “Did you like the band last night?” “Yes, ___ I bought their records.” A. so much that B. such much C. very much that D. too much that 26. “That is a beautiful dress Jean has on.” “She always wears ___ clothes.” A. such a lovely B. so lovely C. such lovely D. so much lovely 27. “I enjoy this particular radio station.” “So do I. it always has ___ music.” A. so good B. such a good C. such good D. a so good 28. “The dance was fun.” “But there was___ there.” A. so many peoples B. such much people C. so a lot of people D. so many people 29. “Main Market is a nice place.” “They have ___we recommend it to all our friends.” A. such good food that B. such a good food that C. so good food that D. such as good food as 30. The cat was ___to wait for the mouse to come out. A. patiently enough B. so patient C. enough patient D. patient enough 31. She told us ___ story that we all forgot about the time. A. such an interesting B. such interesting a C. so an interesting D. a so interesting 32. I have never seen ___ people in one place. A. so much B. so many C. so much of D. this many of 33. We have heard ___about you. A. so many news B. so much news C. a lot news D. few news 34. They were ___busy studying ___ they couldn’t go to the restaurant with us. A. so – that B. such – that C. very – that D. to - that 35. If a house plant is given ___ water, its lower leaves turn yellow. A. too many B. very many C. very much D. too much 36. The runners are ___exhausted that none of them finished the race. A. too B. such C. enough D. so 37. So ___ people came that we had to cancel the meeting. A. a few B. many C. little D. few 38. The novel is ___ I have read many times. A. so boring that B. so interesting that C. such an interesting that D. so interesting that 39. She is not ___ to get married. A. enough old B. old enough C. too young D. so young 40. The boys are making too ___ noise. A. many B. much C. little D. a lot of 41. That restaurant is ___ no one wants to eat there. A. such dirty that B. so dirty that C. too dirty for D. dirty enough for 42. It was ___ a difficult question that I couldn’t answer it. A. so B. such C. too D. very 43. She was a___ girl that everybody loves her. A. so kind B. kind a such C. such a kind D. too kind
  18. 44. We are not rich enough ___ everywhere by taxi. A. not travel B. to travel C. for traveling D. can’t travel 45. Most of the students are ___ to pass the examination. A. good enough B. enough good C. too good D. so good 46. It was ___ a boring speech that I fell asleep. A. such B. so C. much D. too 47. They spoke ___ for us to understand. A. quick enough B. so quickly C. quickly so D. quickly enough Part IX: CLAUSE OF CONCESSSION 1. ___ some German and British management styles are similar, there are many differences between them. a. In spite b. In spite of c. Despite the fact that d. Despite 2. I could not eat ___ I was very hungry. a. even though b. in spite c. despite d. in spite the fact that 3. In spite ___, the baseball game was not cancelled. a. the rain b. of the rain c. it was raining d. there was a rain 4.___ he had enough money, he refused to buy a new car. a. In spite b. In spite of c. Despite d. Although 5.___, he walked to the station. a. Despite being tired b. Although to be tiredc. In spite being tired d. Despite tired 6. The children slept well, despite ___. a. it was noise b. the noise c. of the noise d. noisy 7. She left him ___ she still loved him. a. even if b. even though c. in spite of d. despite 8.___ her lack of hard work, she was promoted. a. In spite b. Even though c. In spite of d. Despite of 9.___ they are brothers, they do not look like. a. Although b. Even c. Despite d. In spite of 10. We are concerned with the problem of energy resources ___ we must also think of our environment. a. despite b. though c. as though d. but 11. ___ some Japanese women are successful in business, the majority of Japanese companies are run by men. a. But b. Even if c. If d. As though 12. ___ who you are, I still love you. a. No matter b. However c. whomeverd. If 13. ___ others may say, you are certainly right. A. However B. whomever C. If D. Whatever 14. They decided to go ___ the danger. A. because B. in spite of C. although D. so 15. ___ they lost, their fans gave them a big cheer. A. However B. In spite of C. Although D. if 16. Everyone thought she would accept a new job___ it was difficult. A. despite B. even though C. Too D. Moreover 17. ___ the bad weather, the plan landed safely. A. in spite B. in spite of C. despite the fact that D. though 18. ___ it was raining hard, he went out without a raincoat. A. Despite B. In spite of C. However D. Although 19. ___ I meet her, she always wears a blue dress. A. Whatever B. However C. Whoever D. Whenever
  19. 20. Our new neighbors are quite nice ___ they are sometimes talkative. a. despiteb. in spite of the fact c. though d. as though 21.___ of the difficulty, they managed to climb to the top of the mountain. a. In spite b. Despite c. But d. Although 22. Despite ___, we knew that he was guilty. a. denied b. denying c. he denied d. his denial 23. Despite the fact that ___, we enjoyed our trip. a. the weather is bad b. it is a bad weather c. the bad weather d. the weather was bad 24. Julie failed the exam ___ of working very hard. a. despite b. in spite c. even if d. though 25. Tom went to work despite ___.a. that he did not feel very well b. of the fact not feeling well c. he did not feel very well d. not feeling very well 26. ___ his exhaustion, he won the marathon by nearly three minutes. A. In spite B. Despite C. Although D. However 27. ___ the bad weather, the plan landed safely. A. in spite B. in spite of C. despite the fact that D. though 28. ___ it was raining hard, he went out without a raincoat. A. Despite B. In spite of C. However D. Although 29. They were sacked ___ their carelessness. A. because B. because of C. although D. despite 30. Some workers are so poor that they don’t want to quit their job ___ they are ill- treated A. as though B. since C. although D. if 31. Though ___, they are good friends. a. their sometimes quarrel b. to have a quarrel sometimes c. they sometimes have a quarrel d. of having a quarrel sometimes 32. Despite ___, we arrived on time. a. the traffic b. of the traffic c. there was heavy traffic d. of there was heavy traffic 33. John rarely sees Paul ___ they live in the same town. a. notwithstanding b. despite c. in spite of d. although 34. It was very cold ___ she did not put on her coat. a. in case b. but c. even if d. even though 35. Gannon was a high-performing midfield linkman in spite ___. a. of he was at his age b. he was at his old age c. of his age d. his age 36. ___ the increase in their salaries, many French employees spend Saturday at work. a. Despite b. Even if c. Even though d. In spite 37. ___ he is the boss, he does not find solutions to problems very easily. a. Although b. In spite of c. Notwithstanding d. Despite 38. Even if ___, they had to continue practicing. a. the players' soreness b. the players were sore c. the fact that the players were sore d. it was the players' soreness 39. ___ what I said last night, I still love you. a. In spite b. Despite c. Even though d. Even if 40. ___ jobs you do, you should do it devotedly. A. However B. Whoever C. Whenever D. Whatever
  20. 41. ___ you are, I still love you. A. Whatever B. However C. Whoever D. Whenever 42. ___ we have worked overtime for weeks, we have not completed the project. a. In spite of b. Even though the fact that c. Despite d. Despite the fact that 43. In spite ___ his did not get the highest grade in the final exam. a. of his intelligence b. he was intelligent c. his intelligence d. of he was intelligent 44. ___ the plane took off late, we still reached our destination on time. a. Though b. In spite c. Despite d. As though 45. He had a terrible cold ___ he insisted on going swimming.a. despite b. although c. in spite of d. but Part X: CLAUSE OF PURPOSE 1. The schoolboys are in a hurry ___ they will not be late for school. A. so as to B. to C. for D. in order that 2. I gave him my e-mail address ___ he could keep in touch with me. A. that B. so that C. such that D. so as to 3. We decided to join the English speaking club ___ improve our English. A. so that B. so to C. in order D. to 4. ___ learn how to use a computer, he decides to take lessons. A. To B. In order to C. So as D. A & B are correct 5. He walked silently ___ wake the other people. A. to not B. to avoid C. so as to not D. in order not to 6. She wore glasses and a wig ___ we couldn’t recognise her. A. so that B. so as to C. in order to D. B & C are correct 7. He locked the door ___ be disturbed. A. in order not B. in order not to C. in order to not D. in order that he not 8.___ English fluently, we should practise speaking it whenever possible. A. In order to speak B. To speaking C. In order speak D. In order for speaking 9. The boy always does his homework before class ___ be punished by his teacher. A. so as not to B. so as to C. so that not to D. in order that not to 10. Seat belt laws were introduced ___ traffic fatalities would be reduced. A. in order that B. so as to C. such that D. provided that 11. She phoned me ___. A. so that she invites me to her party C. to invite me to her party B. that she invited me to her party D. for she wanted to invite me to her party 12. Mary took a taxi ___ she could arrive at the conference on time. A. in order B. that C. so that D. A & B are correct 13. Mary put on her scarf ___ she ___ not get cold. A. so that / will B. to / would C. so as to / will D. so that / would 14. I’ll give you my telephone number ___ phone me. A. so that you can B. to C. want to D. A & B are correct 15. She worked hard ___ everything would be ready by 6 o’clock. A. that B. for C. in order that D. so as to 16. I’m going to make an early start ___ get stuck in the traffic. A. so that not B. not to C. so as to not D. in order not 17. I work hard ___ help my family. A. so as to B. in order to C. in order that D. A & B are correct 18. My parents got up early this morning ___ park the car for our journey. A. so that B. in order to C. because D. in case 19. They got up ___ early in the morning that no one saw them leave the house. A. too B. so C. in order to D. such 20. She employed a secretary ___ type her letters and answer the phone. A. in order that B. so that C. to D. for 21. He gave me his address ___me to visit.
  21. A. so that B. in order for C. in order to D. in case 22. They whispered ___ no one to hear their conversation. A. so that B. in order to C. because D. in order for 23.The piano was too heavy ___. A. for nobody to move B. for nobody to moving C. for anyone to move D. for anyone to moving 24. ___ to go to the cinema. A. it was late so that B. that it was late C. it was too late D. such too late 25. It is such an important matter ___ I can’t decide anything about it myself. A. so B. because C. that D. so that to 26. Mary jogs everyday ___ lose weight. A. so she can B. so that she can C. because she can D. so that to 27. She got up early ___ miss the bus. A. in order that B. so that C. not to D. for 28. Mr. Thompson is learning Vietnamese ___ to read Kim Van Kieu. A. so that not B. so as to C. in order not to D. so as not to 29. They hurried ___ catch the train. A. to not B. as not to C. in order that not D. to 30. Tom is saving up ___ he can buy a new car. A. so that B. as not to C. in order that not D. so as that 31. Alice prepares her lesson carefully ___ she will get high marks in class. A. so that not B. as not to C. in order that not D. in other that 32. I went to see him ___find out what had happened. A. so that not B. so as not to C. in order that D. so as to 33. He does morning exercises regularly ___ improve his health. A. so as to B. and C. to D. so as not to 34. We learn English ___ we will have better communication with other people. A. so that B. in order for C. in order to D. in case 35. He lighted the candle ___ he might read the note. A. so that B. and C. because D. as a result 36. He turned off the lights before going out ___ waste electricity. A. so that not B. as not to C. in order that not D. so as not to 37. The teacher explained the lesson twice ___ the students could understand it clearly. A. as long as B. so that C. because D. as if 38. He practises speaking English every day ___ he can speak it fluently. A. so that B. in order for C. in order to D. in case 39. They are learning English ___ them to study in Singapore. A. so as not to B. in order for C. in order to D. in case 40. He was tired ___ he could not continue his work. A. so that B. in order not to C. in order to D. in case 41. Those students are trying their best ___ get the scholarship. A. so that B. in order for C. in order to D. in case 42. Sound is carried from the eardrum to the nerves ___ we can hear it. A. so as to B. in order that C. to D. so as not to 43. In order to help human beings live longer and healthier, many scientists are working hard ___ they can invent new drugs. A. so that B. as not to C. in order that not D. in other to 44. Many bridges in London are covered with wooden roofs ___ it can be protected from rain and snow. A. so that not B. so as to C. in order that not D. in other that 45. Please arrive on time ___ us to be able to start the meeting punctually. A. so that not B. as not to C. in order for D. in other that
  22. 46. The laser beam can attack directly and accurately the diseased cells ___ the healthy neighbors are left unharmed. A. so that B. as not to C. in order that not D. in other to 47. My father and I do morning exercises every day ___ improve our health. A. to not B. as not to C. in order that not D. to 48. We learn English ___ we can communicate with other people. A. so that B. because C. that D. so that to 49.He studies very hard so that ___ pass his final exam next month. A. not to B. in order to C. so as not to D. so that to 50. ___ waste electricity, we turn out the lights when there is enough light. A. so B. so as not to C. that D. so that to Part XI: MODAL VERB 1. You have been reading for four hours. This book ___ be very interesting. A. can B. might C. must D. should 2. Don’t phone Ann now. She ___ be having lunch. A. might B. can C. must D. has to 3. This road is very narrow. It ___to be widened. A. might B. needs C. mustn’t D. may 4. They have plenty of time, so they needn’t ___. A. be hurry B. to hurry C. hurry D. to be hurried 5. You’re having a sore throat. You’d better___ to the doctor. A. to go B. went C. go D. going 6. My mother permitted me to go out at night. She said, “You ___ go out tonight.” A. may B. have to C. must D. ought to 7. He advised me to take an English course. I ___ it early. A. should have taken B. should take C. will have taken D. may take 8. You ___ ring the bell; I have a key. A. mustn’t B. needn’t C. couldn’t D. shouldn’t 9. It must ___ without delay. A. be done B. have been done C. do D. be doing 10. By the time a baby has reached his first birthday, he should ___ sit up or even stand up. A. to be able to B. able to C. to be able D. be able to 11. Many birds will ___ more than 3,000 miles to reach their winter homes. A. flying B. fly C. be fly D. flew 12. The pen won’t write; It ___ out of ink. A. must run B. must be running C. must have run D. must have ran 13. The line is busy; someone ___ the telephone now. A. must be using B. must have used C. must useD. must have been using 14. She told me that she’d rather ___ on the committee. A. not to serve B. not serving C. not serve D. serving not 15. “Are you still going to Florida for vacation?” “Yes, but I really ___because I don’t have much money.” A. shouldn’t B. can’t C. mustn’t D. won’t 16. “Did Peter go downtown by car or by train?” “He ___by train because his car was in the mechanics.” A. must go B. has to go C. had gone D. must have gone 17. “Why are you so mad?” “You ___ me you weren’t coming to dinner. I waited for you for two hours.” A. should tell B. should have told C. should told D. should had told
  23. 18. “Do you like to play tennis?” “I ___, but now I prefer golf” A. used to B. used to do C. used to played D. used to playing 19. “Have you seen Kate?” “No, but she ___ be at her desk.” A. may B. ought C. would D. can 20. “Can I borrow twenty dollars?” “No, you know I ___ lend you money any more.” A. might not B. shouldn’t have C. won’t D. not going to 21. The plane ___ take off after the fog had lifted. A. must B. can C. was able to D. may 22. ___ you remember what you were doing at this time yesterday? A. Can B. Must C. May D. Should 23. I ___ understand this letter. Will you translate it for me? A. mustn’t B. may not C. can’t D. shouldn’t 24. Daisy’s parents don’t let her go to late- night disco. She ___ be at home at 9 o’clock in the evening. A. must B. may C. can D. has to 25. ___ you give me some advice about the language course? A. Have B. Should C. May D. Could 26. Why didn’t you give me a call yesterday? We ___ discuss everything together. A. can B. may C. must D. could 27. Yesterday I ___ finish the work because I was very tired. A. could B. can’t C. couldn’t D. mustn’t 28. I would rather ___ poor but happy than become rich without happiness. A. being B. be C. to be D. was 29. Sit down, please. ___ a cup of tea? A. Do you like B. Do you like to drink C. Would you like D. Will you like 30. It could not tell the difference between Indian music and jazz. It ___ tell the difference between Indian music and jazz. A. might not B. may not C. mustn’t D. wasn’t able to 31. I’d rather ___ in the field than ___ home. A. to work- to stay B. work – stay C. working – staying D. worked- stayed 32. He spent all that money last week. He ___ so much. A. didn’t need to spend B. shouldn’t spend C. needn’t have spent D. didn’t have to spend 33. Sorry, I ___ stay any longer. I really must go home. A. mustn’t B. can not C. couldn’t D. may not 34. “It ___rain this evening. Why don’t you take an umbrella?” “That’s a good idea. May I borrow yours?” A. had better B. could be C. must D. might 35. “___taking me downtown on your way to work this morning?” “Not at all.” A. Can you B. Why don’t you C. Would you mind D. Could you please 36. Tommy and Mary were mischievous children. They ___tricks on their teachers, which always got them into a lot of trouble. A. could play B. used to play C. could have play D. may have played 37. “Since we have to be there in a hurry, we ___ take a taxi.” “I agree.” A. had better B. may C. have been used to D. are able to 38. 007 didn’t need ___ out of his room in Moscow. A. go B. to going C. going D. to go 39. I couldn’t ___ it even though I had wanted.
  24. A. had bought B. buy C. buying D. have bought 40. She ought not ___ him but she did. A. to tell B. to telling C. tell D. to have told 41. I’d rather you ___ that. A. do B. don’t do C. won’t do D. didn’t do 42. ___ you speak any foreign languages? A. Could B. Must C. Can D. Might 43. We ___have gone away if we had enough money. A. could B. must C. can D. might 44. “You ___ pay the bills today.” “I know, I promise. I won’t forget.” A. would B. shall C. must D. may 45. ___ you mind my staying here for some days? A. Would B. Could C. Can D. Should 46. The ground is wet. It ___last night.A. must rainB. must have rainC. must have rained D. had to rain Part XII: PREPOSITION - ARTICLE 1. Although the team was both mentally and physically exhausted, they ___ on walking. a. stopped b. kept c. took d. put 2. Don't forget to ___ your gloves on. It is cold outside. a. let b. make c. put d. fix 3. If you don't pay your rent, your landlord is going to kick you out! a. lend you some money b. play football with you c. give you a kick d. force you to leave 4. Yesterday I ran into Sam at the grocery store. I had not seen him for years. a. met b. visited c. said goodbye to d. made friends with 5. Let's go over that report again before we submit it. a. dictate b. print c. read carefully d. type 6. Who will ___ the children when you are away ? a. take care on b. take care of c. take care d. care on 7. She is looking ___ a new place to live because she does not want to depend ___ her parents any more. a. for / on b. after / with c. up / forward d. at / into 8. I was brought ___ in the countryside by my aunt after my parents had pass ___. a. on / over b. for / on c. on / off d. up / away 9. Due to industrialization, we have to cope ___the fact that many species are ___ danger ___extinction. a. over / at / for b. at / upon / over c. for / on / with d. with / in / of 10. Boys! Put your toys ___. It is time to go to bed. Don't stay ___ late. a. off / on b. away / up c. down / off d. around/ for 11. She intended to quit her job to stay ___ home and look ___ her sick mother. a. in / at b. at / after c. for / over d. up / on 12. He is very worried ___ his new job because he is not quite prepared ___ working. a. on / over b. to / off c. about / for d. in / at 13. Instead ___ petrol, cars will only run ___ solar energy and electricity. a. of / on b. for / by c. in / over d. from/ upon 14. She has a promising future ahead ___ her. a. for b. from c. on d. of 15. What are your plans for ___ future? a. a b. an c. the d. Ø 16. You have to study harder in order to ___ your classmates.
  25. a. keep pace into b. keep pace on c. keep pace at d. keep pace with 17. If you have ever watched television, you have seen plenty ___ drug ads. a. with b. of c. for d. about 18. The space shuttle crashed and went ___ in flames. a. of b. for c. over d. off 19. Elevators in tall building make the top floors accessible ___ everybody a. to b. with c. about d. at 20. While I am waiting ___ my bus, I often listen ___ music. a. on / at b. for / to c. toward / about d. upon / in 21. Will you take care ___ my little dog when I am ___ business? a. through / away b. about / at c. for / over d. of / on 22. According ___ Bill, there's something wrong ___ my computer. a. after / for b. on / about c. to / with d. upon / at 23. He depends ___ his sister ___ assistance. a. to / from b. from / in c. on / for d. at / with 24. By 2015, it will be widely accepted that schools and pre-schools have ___ extremely important role to play in future of our world. a. an / a b. an / the c. the / the d. Ø / Ø 25. On ___ Internet and with cable television w e can select information from ___ wide variety of sources. a. the / a b. an / the c. the / Ø d. Ø / the 26.They arrived ___ that train station late because their taxi had broken ___. a. at / down b. for / off c. on / over d. on / up 27. Those workers are in difficulty because wage increases cannot keep up ___ inflation. a. with b. for c. over d. on 28. They argued ___ us ___ the problem last night, but we could not find ___ the solution. a. with / about / out b. on / for / off c. upon / with / in d. to / on I up 29. Although I did not totally agree ___ feminist's policies, I certainly admired their audacity, dedication and courage. a. for b. with c. along d. up 30. I didn't get to see the end of that mystery movie on TV last night. How did it ___ out? a. go b. make c. bring d. turn 31. When you are finished using the computer, can you please ___ it off. a. take b. turn c. do d. go 32.When the alarm went off, everyone proceeded calmly to the emergency exits. a. fell b. exploded c. called d. rang 33. Look out. There is a rattlesnake under the picnic table! a. Listen b. Be careful c. Go d. Watch 34. Mrs. Jones's husband passed away fast Friday. We are all shocked by the news. a. got married b. divorced c. died d. were on business 35. Williams is working ___ an export company. He intends to apply ___ another job because he is not satisfied ___ the salary. a. in / on / at b. for / for / with c. at / out / into d. from/ on/ for 36. Is Miss Wilson very fond ___ French food? - No, she is not used ___ having French food. a. over / with b. of / to c. off / for d. in / about 37. Look ___! The tree is going to fall. a. over b. off c. in d. out 38. I think we maybe run ___ natural resources some day.
  26. a. in to b. up to c. out of d. away from 39. ___ whom do these English books belong? a. From b. To c. For d. With 40. Thanks ___ the inventions ___ labor-saving devices, women have more free time to take part ___ social work. a. through / over / for b. on / from / with c. forward / for / from d. to / of / in 41. She looked ___ to see who was going ___ her. a. round / after b. up / off c. at / to d. for / with 42. She is a friendly girl who gets ___ everyone she meets. a. out of b. on with c. away from d. into 43. I had my sister take care ___ my children while I was ___ business. a. with / for b. in / away c. for / in d. of / on 44. He took a lot of interest ___ our work and he promised to help us ___ any troubles. a. in / with b. for / on c. about / at d. for / from Part XIII: WORD FORM 1. How many ___ took part in the 22nd SEA Games? A. competitors B. competitive C. competes D. competitions 2. Boys often enjoy doing things in a ___ way. A. create B. creative C. creativity D. creatively 3. The problem of ___ among young people is hard to solve. A. employment B. employees C. employers D. unemployment 4. Some people are concerned with physical___ when choosing a wife or husband. A. attractive B. attraction C. attractiveness D. attractively 5. He can’t hear because of his ___ A. deaf B. deafness C. deafen D. deafened 6. These countries are ___ in exporting shrimps. A. prefer B. preference C. preferential D. preferentially 7. The children ___ high grade at school. A. achieve B. achievement C. achievable D. achieving 8. His pronunciation causes me a lot of ___. A. difficulties B. difficult C. difficulty D. difficultly 9 . She was the first in her family to enjoy the privilege of a university ___. A. educated B. educational C. educating D. education 10. Buckingham Palace is a major tourist ___ in London. A. attract B. attraction C. attractive D. attractiveness 11. Is pointing at someone ___ rude in your country? A. consider B. to consider C. considered D. considering 12. Some species of rare animals are in ___ of extinction. A. danger B. dangerous C. dangerously D. endanger 13. Electronic music is a kind of music in which sounds are produced ___ . A. electron B. electric C. electronic D. electronically 14. He has been very interested in doing research on ___ since he was at high school. A. biology B. biological C. biologist D. biologically 15. Are you sure that boys are more ___ than girls? A. act B. active C. action D. activity 16. These quick and easy ___ can be effective in the short term, but they have a cost. A. solve B. solvable C. solutions D. solvability 17. Can you tell me about the ___ process to tertiary study in Vietnam? A. apply B. applicable C. application D. applicant 18. Housework is ___ shared between them.
  27. A. equally B. equal C. equality D. equalizing 19. Mrs. Tam has never lost her ___ for teaching. A. enthusiastic B. enthusiasm C. enthusiast D. enthusiastically 20. Don't forget to say goodbye to the ___ before leaving the office. A. interviewer B. interviewing C. interviewee D. interview 21. Working as an astronaut require high___ knowledge. A. technique B. technical C. technically D. technician 22. My grandmother is very ___ in history. A. interest B. interests C. interested D. interesting 23. Vietnamese athletes performed___ and won a lot of gold medals. A. excellent B. excellently C. excellence D. excel 24. WHO’s main activities are carrying out research on medical ___ and improving international health care. A. develop B. developing C. development D. develops 25. Scientific progress supplies us with ___. A. conveniences B. convenient C. inconvenience D. inconveniences 26. The panda’s ___ habitat is the bamboo forest. A. nature B. natural C. naturally D. natured 27. The Games really became a festival that impressed sports___ A. enthusiasts B. enthusiasm C. enthuse D. enthusiastic 28. Did you remember anything at the party? A. interested B. interesting C. interests D. to interest 29 . In rainy seasons, roads in the village are always ___ A. mud B. mudded C. mudding D. muddy 30 .Linda likes wearing ___ clothes. A. colour B. colourfully C. colourful D. colourless 31 Her own mistakes made her very ___ of the faults of others. A. tolerable B. tolerant C. tolerate D. tolerated 32 . All the teachers work on an entirely___ basis. A. volunteer B. volunteered C. voluntary D. voluntarily 33 . Books are still a cheap way to get information and ___ A. entertainment B. entertain C. entertaining D. entertainer 34.To Americans, it is impolite to ask someone about age, ___. and salary. A. marry B. married C. marriage D. marrying 35. Life here is very ___. A. peacefull B. peaceful C. peace D. peacefulness 36. Women usually don’t shake hands when being ___. A. introducing B. introduction C. introduced D. introducer 37. He was so ___ that he had an accident. A. caring B. careless C. careful D. carefully 38. Farmers can enrich the soil by using ___. A. fertile B. fertility C. fertilize D. fertilizers 39. Nowadays, chemicals are ___ into some fruits to reduce decay. A. injection B. injecting C. inject D. injected 40. What’s your ___? – I’m Vietnamese. A. nation B. national C. nationality D. international 41. In this course, students receive ___ in the basic English grammar. A. instruct B. instructional C. instruction D. instructive 42. I ___ him for his honesty. A. respective B. respectful C. respectable D. respect 43. All of the students appreciate the ___ of English learning. A. import B. important C. importantly D. importance 44. We can enjoy live programmes through ___ satellites. A. communicate B. communication C. communicative D. communicable 45. All of my students appreciate the___ of English learning
  28. A. import B. important C. importantly D. importance 46. She is ___ in asking for bigger salary. She worked hard A. reason B. reasonable C. unreasonable D. unreasonably 47. Are you ___ of the danger that you are facing? A. sense B. sensible C. senseless D. sensation 48. This book is interesting. It’s also well-.___ A. illustrating B. illustrated C. illustration D. illustrate 49. My brother is studying___ engineering A. electronic B. electric C. electrical D. electrified 50. Communist is the highest form of___ A. social B. socialist C. society D. socialism Part XIV: VERB FORM 1. I am looking forward to ___ you. A. seeing B. see C. to see D. saw 2. I arranged___ them here. A. to meet B. meeting C. met D. meet 3. He urged us ___ faster. A. working B. work C. to work D. worked 4. I wish___ the manager. A. see B. seeing C. saw D. to see 5. It’s no use ___ A. wait B. waiting C. to wait D. waited 6. He warned her ___ the wire. A. not touching B. not touch C. not to touch D. to not touch 7. Don’t forget ___ the door before ___ to bed. A. to lock/ going B. locking/ going C. to lock/ to go D. lock/ going 8. My mother told me ___ to anyone about it. A. not speaking B. not speak C. to not speak D. not to speak 9. He tried ___ but she refused ___ A. to explain/ listen B. to explain/ to listen C. explain / listen D. explaining/ listening 10. Would you mind ___ me how ___ the lift? A. to show/ to work B. show/ work C. showing/ to work D. showing/ working 11. I couldn’t help ___ what you said. A. overhear B. overhearing C. overheared D. to overhear 12. Please go on ___.I can wait. A. write B. to write C. wrote D. writing 13. His doctor advised him ___ jogging. A. to give up B. give up C. giving up D. gave up 14. Do stop ___. I am doing my homework. A. talk B. talking C. to talk D. talked 15. Mrs. Jones: I don’t allow my family ___ at all. A. smoking B. to smoke C. smoked D. smoke 16. I am beginning ___ what you mean.
  29. A. to understand B. understand C. understanding D. A & C 17. After walking for three hours, we stopped to let the others ___ with us. A. to catch B. catching C. catch D. A & B 18. Your windows need ___. Would you like me to do them for you? A. to be cleaned B. to clean C. cleaning D. A & C 19. It is interesting ___ a good film. A. to watch B. watching C. watch D. watched 20. My mother made me ___ at home at night. A. staying B. to stay C. stayed D. stay 21. The librarian asked us ___ so much noise. A. don’t make B. not make C. not making D. not to make 22. I told you ___ the computer, didn’t it? A. to switch off B. don’t switch off C. not switch off D. switch off 23. He advised them ___ in the class A. to not talk B. not to talk C. to talk not D. don’t talk 24. Judy suggested ___ for a walk but no one else wanted to. A. to go B. go C. going D. went 25. Tom refused ___ me any money A. to give B. give C. gave D. giving 26. Jill has decided not ___a car A. to buy B. buy C. buying D. will buy 27. There was a lot of traffic but we managed___to the airport in time. A. to get B. getting C.not to get D. got 28. Ann offered___after our children while we were out A. look B. to look C. looking D. look to 29. Would you like___ to the D&J coffee A. to go B.going C. went D. goes 30.Why hasn’t Sue arrived yet? She promised not ___late A. come B. to come C. coming D. came 31. She promised ___ back again A. not to come B. is coming B. coming D. came 32. The teacher encouraged___ the football team A. to join B. joining C. joined D. join to 33. He reminded me ___ to give the book back to John A. not forget B. not to forget C. forgot D. forgeting. 34. My father has given up ___. A. smoke B. smoked C. smoking D. to smoked 35.”All right, I’ll wait for you” She agreed ___ for me A. to wait B. not to wait C. waiting D. wait to 36. I don’t enjoy ___ letters. A. writing B. to write C. have be written D. wrote 37. I consider ___ the job but in the end I decided against doing it. A. to take B. taking C. to be take D. took 38. The boy insisted on ___ a break after lunch. A. having B. to have C.not to have D. have 39. The woman looked forward to ___ his mother again. A. meet B. to meet C. meeting D. met 40. The boy accused his friend of___ stolen his bicycle. A. have B. to have C.not to have D. having 41. Her mother prevented her from ___ mobile phone. A. use B. to use C. using D. not to use 42. He thanked her for ___ him some money. A. lend B. to lend C. lending D. not lend.
  30. 43. She refused ___ back again A. not to come B. is coming B. coming D. to come 44. Her mother prevented her from ___ out alone at night. A. go B.going C. to go D. not to go 45. His brother agreed ___ a car A. to buy B. buy C. buying D. will buy 46. Most of my friends enjoy ___ football on television. A. watch B. to watch C. watching D. watched 47. Anne would rather ___ than anything else. A. study B. studying C. to study D. studied 48. Tracey is out of work. She hasn’t been able ___ a job yet. A. find B. to find C. finding D. found 49. Tracey doesn’t want___ her friends and family. A. leave B. leaving C. left D. to leave 50. I am very tired of ___ to her complaints day after day. A. listen B. listening C. to listen D. listened Part XV: MISTAKE IDENTIFICATION 1. All of the homework given by our teachers are useful to every student. A B C D 2. When Helen was a child, she has worked in a factory for more than three years. A B C D 3. The tourist guide only has a twenty-dollars bill with her when she landed at the airport. A B C D 4. After Mrs. Wang had returned to her house from work, she was cooking dinner. A B C D 5. Elizabeth I has reigned as Queen of England from 1558 to 1603. A B C D 6. Caroline refused taking the job given to her because the salary was not good. A B C D 7. I finished college last year, and I am working here for only eight months now. A B C D 8. If you think carefully before making your decision, you will avoid to get into trouble later. A B C D 9. Each of the members of the group were made to write a report every week. A B C D 10. Last week Mark told me that he got very bored with his present job and is looking for a new one. A B C D 11. Jane asked Brian that he had ever been to South-east Asia and he said he had. A B C D 12. I don't know why is the elevator not working properly today. A B C D
  31. 13. In the end, she quit the job because it was too bored. A B C D 14. He said that he couldn't remember where had he left his car. A B C D 15. Many couples who both work must hire someone to take care of their children for they. A B C D 16. The oil price is believing to be rising again. A B C D 17. While the brows were away on holiday, their house was broke into. A B C D 18. Why don’t you congratulate our son about passing his final exam? A B C D 19. Now that I’ve become old, I can’t read as quick as I used to. A B C D 20. There have been a report of several bombings by terrorist groups. A B C D 21. If Al had come sooner, he could has eaten dinner with the whole family. A B C D 22. If my father hasn't encouraged me to take the exam, I wouldn't have done it. A B C D 23. If you give me more time and I will successfully finish this project. A B C D 24. Some of the pictures he painted them were sold for millions of dollars. A B C D 25. There are many another people who are members of the swimming club. 26. Liquids take the shape of any container which in they are placed. A B C D 27. Two out of three people striking by lightning survive. A B C D 28. Some of the houses had been wrecked by the storm belonged to the poor villagers. A B C D 29. The notebook lists every opportunities for handicapped workers in the area. A B C D 30. In my opinion, the new foreign coach does his job relative well. A B C D 31. He had stolen my money, today. A B C D 32. She said that she liking her work so much. A B C D 33. I was listening to the Radio last night when the door bell rings 34. He stopped to smoke because it is harmful for his health. 35. Have you finish the report yet? A B C D 36. Dennis used to smoking a lot a year ago. A B C D 37. There is such few ink that it will be impossible to finish addressing the envelopes. A B C D
  32. 38. Economic reforms started since 1986 in Vietnam have helped millions of people to A B be out of poverty and bringing the poverty rate down. C D 39. Anyone where works is regarded as a useful member of our society. A B C D 40. Education and training are an important steps in getting the kind of job that you would like to have. A B C D 41. Recently, there has been a lot of debate about students have to pay their own fees at university. 42. We are working, that means that we are contributing goods and services to our city. A B C D 43. Economic reform usually refers to actions of the government to improve efficiency in economy markets. A B C D 44. The boy climbed up the tree to get bird’s eggs had a bad fall. A B C D 45. After the police had tried unsuccessfully to determine to who the car belonged, they towed it into the station. A B C D 46. If Robert Kennedy would have lived a little longer, he probably would have won the election. A B C D 47. I found it wonderfully to travel abroad. A B C D 48. Although the increase in air fares, most people still prefer to travel by plane. A B C D 49.He failed the exams because his laziness. A B C D 50.The policeman had driven ten minutes ago. A B C D
  33. Part XVI: VOCABULARY Exercise 1: 1. Most doctors and nurses have to work on a ___ once or twice a week at the hospital. A. solution B. night shift C. household chores D. special dishes 2. We enjoy ___ time together in the evening when the family members gather in the living room after a day of working hard. A. spending B. caring C. taking D. doing 4. He is a ___ boy. He is often kind and helpful to every classmate. A. frank B. lovely C. obedient D. caring 4. According to the boss, John is the most ___ for the position of executive secretary. A. supportive B. caring C. suitable D. comfortable 5 Billy, come and give me a hand with cooking. A. help B. prepared C. be busy D. attempt 6. Whenever problems come up, we discuss them frankly and find solutions quickly. A .happen B. encounter C. arrive D. clean 7. You should not burn ___. You had better dig a hole and bury it. A. dishes B. lab C. garbage D. shift 8. One of Vietnamese traditions is a belief in ___ families and in preserving their cultures. A. wealthy B. secure C. safe D. close-knit 9. The that our family memmers share closely is watching film A. concern B. interest C. pleasure D. entertainment 10.A. We share the house with my mother and father and my wife ‘s sister and her kids, it is a family A. nuclear B. extended C. crowed D. single-parent 11. My mother the responsiblity for running the household A. holds B. takes C. runs D. bears 12. My husband and I both go out to work so we share the A. happiness B. household chores C. responsibility D. emploment 13.Family is a base form which we can go in to the world with confidence A. part B. place C. position D. foundation 14. Lee, who is Chinese, learns English as a language. A. native B. second C. foreign D. first 15. This villa is the . of my parents A. belong B. possession C. having D. wealth 16. I really cannot accept your . demands. A. easy B. usual C. hard D. unreasonable 17. Don’t share the matter with anyone else. Please keep it in . A. private B. possession C. property D. tongue 18. Millions of people all over the world . English as their native language. A have B. talk C. choose D. produce 19. I have learned a lot about the value of labor from my at home. A. pot plants B. chores C. energy D. credit 20. If you practice regularly, you can learn this language skill in a short of time. A. activity B. arrangement C. period D. aspect 21. London is home to people of many ___ cultures. A. diverse B. diversity C. diversify D. diversification 22. A curriculum that ignores ethnic tensions, racial antagonisms, cultural ___ and religious differences is pot relevant. A. diversity B. contacts C. barriers D. levels
  34. 23. Some researchers have just ___ a survey of young people's points of view on contractual marriage. A. sent B. directed C. managed D. conducted 24. It will take more or less a month to prepare for the wedding. A. approximately B. generally C. frankly D. simply 25. Many young people have objected to ___ marriage, which is decided by the parents of the bride and groom.A. agreed B. shared C. contractual D. sacrificed 26. All parents are ___ to at least try to behave in ways that will give their own children an important protectionA. decided B. supposed C. followed D. rejected 27. It is thought that traditional marriage ___ are important basis of limiting divorce rates. A. appearances B. records C. responses D. values 28. Mr. Pike held his wife's hands and talked urgently to her in a low voice, but there didn't seem to be any response. A. feeling B. emotion C. reply D. effect 29. Family is the place where ___ children is not only tolerated but welcomed and encouraged. A. taking B. having C. giving D. showing 30. Socially, the married ___ is thought to be the basic unit of society. A. couple B. pair C. twins D. double 31. Professor Berg was very interested in the diversity of cultures all over the world. A. variety B. changes C. conservation D.number 32. You are not ___ to say anything unless you wish to do so. A. obliged B. willing C. equal D. attracted 33. A woman can never have a happy married life without ___ her husband. A. demanding B. agreeing C. trusting D.determining 34. Many Vietnamese people ___ their lives for the revolutionary cause of the nation A. sacrifice B. sacrificed C. sacrificial D. sacrificially 35. Most of us would maintain that physical ___ does not playa major part in how we react to the people we meet.A. attract B. attractive C. attractiveness D. attractively 36. They had a ___ candlelit dinner last night and she accepted his proposal of marriage. A. romance B. romantic C. romantically D. romanticize 37. Reading the story of the ___ having her dress torn off in the lift reminded me of my friend's wedding. A. groom B. bride C. celibate D. groomsman 38. I do not think there is a real ___ between men and women at home as well as in society. A. attitude B. value C. measurement D. equality 39. The ___ to success is to be ready from the start. A. key B. response C. agreement D. demand 40. They decided to divorce and Mary is ___ to get the right to raise the child. A. equal B. determined C. obliged D. active 41. She is a kind of woman who does not care much of work but generally ___ only with colleagues for meals, movies or late nights at a club. A. supposes B. socializes C. attention D. discussed 42. I didn't think his comments were very appropriate at the time. A. correct B. right C. exact D. suitable 43. You should ___ more attention to what your teacher explains. A. make B. get C. set D. pay 44. Body language is a potent form of ___ communication. A. verbal B. non-verbal C. tongue D. oral 45. Our teacher often said, "Who knows the answer? ___ your hand." A. Raised B. Lift C. Raise D. Heighten
  35. 46. This is the instance where big, obvious non-verbal signals are appropriate. A. situation. B. attention C. place D. matter 47. The boy waved his hands to his mother, who was standing at the school gate, to ___ her attention. Part XVI: VOCABULARY Exercise 2: 1. With black hair and eyes, she is___ of the people from her country. A. the same B. typical C. similar D. identical 2. Military is ___ in this country. Every man who reaches the age of 18 has to serve in the army for two years. A. compulsory B. optional C. illegal D. unnecessary 3. People tend to work hard at this___ of life. A. distance B. stage C. space D. level 4. Concern for the environment is now at the___ of many governments' policies. A. core B. aim C. target D. purpose 5. Although he has not got necessary experience, he used to take a ___ in business administration. A. curriculum B. course C. school D. class 6. The college offers both ___ and professional qualifications. a. government b. experience c. requirement d. academic 7. In the UK, __ schools refer to government-funded schools which provide education free of charge to pupils. a. state b. secondary c. independent d. primary 8. The functional skills such as fundamentals of agriculture, health and hygiene and population education have also been incorporated in the primary school ___. a. curriculum b. project c. plan d. schedule 9. Education has been developed in ___ with modern industry and the mass media. a. compulsory b. parallel c. selected d. following 10. Fee-paying schools, often called "independent schools", "private schools" or “___ schools" a. college b. primary c. secondary d. public 11. In Scotland, students transfer from primary to secondary education at approximately age 10 a. compound b. base c. change d. move 12. As an ___, Mr. Pike is very worried about the increasing of juvenile delinquency. a. educate b. education c. educator d. educative 13. School uniform is compulsory in most of Vietnamese schools. a. depended b. required c. divided d. paid 14. The United Nations Secretary-General has often spoken of the need for individual ___ and human rights in his speeches. a. free b. freedom c. freely d. freeing 15. A/An ___ is an official document stating that you have passed an examination, completed a course, or achieved some necessary qualifications. a. certificate b. requirement c. education d. test 16. Peter is trying his best to study in hope that he will ___ fame and fortune in the near future. a. lose b. run c. move d. achieve 17. ___ is the study of the events of the past. a. Geography b. History c. Arts d. Literature 18. She was the first in her family to enjoy the privilege of a university ___. a. schedule b. education c. science d. technology 19. English is an important ___ that is required in several national examinations: a. language b. test c. evaluation d. subject
  36. 20. ___ is the study of the Earth's physical features and the people, plants, and animals that live in different regions of the world. a. Science b. Geography c. History d. Technology 21. He graduated with doctorates of ___ and surgery from Florence, gaining the highest honors that year. a. medicine b. medical c. medicate d. medication 22. The making of good habits ___ a determination to keep on training your child. a. require b. requires c. requirement d. required 23. He was the only ___ that was offered the job. a. apply b. application c. applicant d. applying 24. A university is an -institution of higher education and research, which grants ___ degrees at all levels in a variety of subjects. a. secondary b. optional c. academic d. vocational 25. ___ is the medical treatment of animals. a. Chemistry b. Pharmacy c. Medicine d. Veterinary 26. A ___ is an area of knowledge or study, especially one that you study at school, college, or university. a. degree b. subject c. level d. vacancy 27. Most ___ are at senior level, requiring appropriate qualifications. a. degrees b. grades c. colleges d. vacancies 28. She reads newspapers every day to look for the vacant ___ for which she can apply. a. institutions b. indications c. positions d. locations 29. He had been expected to cope well with examinations and ___ good results. a. achieve b. consider c. last d. object 30. He has not been offered the job because he cannot meet the ___ of the company. a. requirements b. applicants c. information d. education 31. ___ education is normally taken to include undergraduate arid postgraduate education, as well as vocational education and training. a. Primary b. Tertiary c. Secondary d. Intermediate 32. The University of Cambridge is a prestigious ___ of higher learning in the UK a. tower b. hall c. house d. institute 33. - Which subject do you ___ at university? - I major in Maths. a. do b. make c. practice d. demonstrate 34. A ___ is an official document that you receive when you have completed a course of study or training. a. vocation b. subject c. certificate d. grade 35. In many countries, prospective university students apply for ___ during their last year of high school. a. achievement b. information c. course d. admission 36. Parents can express a ___ for the school their child attends. a. prefer b. preference c. preferential d. preferable 37. Many people have objected to the use of animals in ___ experiments. a. science b. scientist c. scientific d. scientifically 38. I would like to invite you to participate in the ceremony___. a. graduate b. graduated c. graduation d. graduating 39. Mr. Pike provided us with an ___ guide to the full-time and part-time programs on offer to a range of candidates drawn from schools and colleges. a. inform b. informative c. informed d. information 40. Not many places at the universities are left, so choice is on a severe ___. a. limiting b. limitation c. delimitation d. limited 41. Many children are under such a high ___ of learning that they do not feel happy at school.
  37. a. recommendation b. interview c. pressure d. concentration 42. She likes meeting people and travelling so she wants to apply for a ___ of a receptionist or tourist guide. a. location b. position c. site d. word 43. To my ___, I was not offered the job. a. happiness b. dream c. joy d. disappointment 44. Being well-dress and punctual can help you create a good ___ on your interviewer. a. impression b. pressure c. employment d. effectiveness 45. She often reads newspapers and look through the Situations ___ columns every day, but up to now she has not found any job yet. a. Article b. Space c. Vacant d. Spot 46. Doctors have to assume ___ for human life. a. responsible b. responsibly c. responsibility d. responsibles 47. ___ is increasing, which results from economic crisis. a. Employment b. Unemployment c. Employ d. Unemployed 48. He was offered the job thanks to his ___ performance during his job interview. a. impress b. impression c. impressive d. impressively 49. His work involves helping students to find temporary ___ during their summer vacation. a. decision b. employment c. choice d. selection 50. To prepare for your job interview, you should jot down your qualifications and experience as well as some important information about yourself. a. draw b. place c. put d. write 51. When being interviewed, you should concentrate on what the interviewer is saying or asking you. a. be related to b. be interested inc. pay all attention to d. express interest to 52. Before ___ for a position, check whether you can fulfill all the requirements from the employer. a. deciding b. applying c. requiring d. demanding 53. If you are ___ for a particular job, someone asks you questions about yourself to find out if you suitable for it. a. paid b. chosen c. interviewed d. recommended 54. You should ask the interviewer some questions about the job to show your ___ and keenness. a. anger b. thrill c. amazement d. interest 55. The interviewer gave his consent to John's ___ for work and promised to give him a job. a. keen b. keenly c. keener d. keenness 56. ___! I have heard of your success in the new project. a. Congratulate b. Congratulating c. Congratulation d. Congratulations 57. It is ___ to fail a job interview, but try again. a. disappoint b. disappointing c. disappointedly d. disappointment 58. Her job was so ___ that she decided to quit it. a. interesting b. satisfactory c. stressful d. wonderful 59. Some days of rest may help to ___ the pressure of work. a. reduce b. lower c. chop d. crease 60. Can you please tell me some information that ___ to the job? a. indicates b. expresses c. interests d. relates
  38. Part XVI: VOCABULARY Exercise 3: 1. It is quite important ___ me to get on and think. A. of B. to C. on D. with 2. The new policies include cutting ___ subsidies and trade barriers. A. agriculture B. agricultural C. agriculturalist D. agriculturally 3. The control of ___ has been carried out through measures rooted in monetarism. A. inflate B. inflationist C. inflation D. inflator 4. It is often a good idea to start with small, easily ___ goals. A. achieve B. achievement C. achievable D. achiever 5. Economic reforms began in the Soviet Union in June 1985 by the Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to ___ the Soviet economy. A. repair B. reproduce C. restructure D. reply 6. After more than a decade of Doi Moi or economic ___, the Vietnamese Communist government has achieved diplomatic and economic links with numerous foreign partners. A. relation B. investment C. productivity D. renovation 7. For more than 20 years, the Vietnamese government has pursued the open-door ___ and continued to woo foreign investment. A. policy B. way C. export D. guideline 8. After a decade of economic liberalization, Vietnam has seen a dramatic rise in living ___ in urban areas. A. surface B. standards C. levels D. backgrounds 9.___ laws and regulations which impose restrictions on any rights should be revised to comply with international law. A. Domestic B. Program C. Encouraged D. Expanding 10. These new economic reforms have allowed for international ___ and development in the country. A. pay B. renovation C. investment D. opportunity 11. In 2001 ___ Vietnamese Communist Party approved a 10-year economic plan that enhanced the role of the, private sector while reaffirming the primacy of the state. A. a B. an C. the D. Ø 12. Economic reforms are often carried ___ to promote the developing of a country. A. out B. on C. for D. in 13. For more than ten years, we have seen the significant ___ in the economy of our country. A. develop B. developments C. developers D. developed 14. Henry was a studious student. He needed no ___ to work hard. A. encourage B. encouraging C. encouragement D. encouraged 15. During the time of economic reforms, the economy has grown ___ with only a few major setbacks. A. constant B. constantly C. constants D. constancy 16. The ___ effect of the new policy is that the farmer is now working for himself, and not for the state sake. A. legal B. common C. all D. overall 17. Considering peasants make up nearly 80% of Vietnam's population. A. specialists B. economists C. professors D. farmers 18. The Doi Moi reforms have ___ new possibilities in farming systems research in Vietnam. A. risen B. opened C. renovated D. called 19. The introduction of appropriate farming practices to Vietnam farmers can help them achieve a higher output. A. productivity B. renovation C. guideline D. achievement 20. There was a shortage ___ food and safe water after the flood. A. on B. with C. for D. of
  39. 21. Constant ___ of attack makes everyday life dangerous here. A. threat B. threaten C. threatening D. threateningly 22. No one can predict the future exactly. Things may happen ___. A. expected B. unexpected C. expectedly D. unexpectedly 23. Someone who is ___ is hopeful about the future or the success of something in particular. A. powerful B. optimistic C. stagnant D. pessimistic 24. There will be powerful network of computers which may come from a single computing ___ that is worn on or in the body. A. device B. machinery C. equipment D. vehicle 25. A ___ is a spacecraft that is designed to travel into space and back to earth several times. A. a. plane B. corporation C. telecommunication D. shuttle 26. An economic ___ is a time when there is very little economic activity, which causes a lot of unemployment and poverty. A. improvement B. depression C. development D. mission 27. In the future many large corporations will be wiped out and millions of jobs will be lost. A. companies B. services C. supermarkets D. farms 28. The more powerful weapons are, the more terrible the ___ is. A. creativity B. history C. terrorism D. technology 29. The medical community continues to make progress in the fight against cancer. A. speed B. expectation C. improvement D. treatment 30. What are your plans for ___ future? A. a B. an C. the D. Ø 31. In the future, the number of tiny but ___ computers you encounter every day will number in the thousands, perhaps millions. A. power B. powerful C. powerfully D. powered 32. Advances in computing ___, from processing speed to network capacity and the internet, have revolutionized the way scientists work. A. technology B. technological C. technologically D. technologist 33. What will the relationship between computing and ___ bring us over the next 15 years? A. science B. scientific C. scientifically D. scientist 34. Someone who is ___ thinks that bad things are going to happen. A. optimistic B. pessimistic C. threatened D. hopeful 35. Domestic chores will no longer be a burden thanks to the inventions of laborsaving devices. A. Official B. Household C. Schooling D. Foreign 36. The idea of building a ___ with human intelligence is not only ambitious but also highly unconventional. A. robot B. corporation C. line D. road 37. Washing machines, vacuum cleaners, and dish washers are labor ___ devices which help us do housework easily and quickly. A. improving B. making C. saving D. employing 38. Those companies were closed due to some seriously financial problems. A. taken off B. put away C. wiped out D. gone over 39. The computer allows us to work fast and ___. A. efficiently B. differently C. variously D. freshly 40. Many people think that in some more years we will see the complete ___ of newspapers and magazines due to the Internet. A. disappear B. disappearance C. appear D. appearing
  40. 41. ___ Sahara of ___ Africa is the world's largest desert. A. Ø / the B. The / Ø C. A / an D. The / an 42. The Sahara contains complex linear dunes that are ___ by almost 6 kilometers. A. developed B. separated C. lay D. located 43. A ___ is a landscape or region that receives very little precipitation. A. dune B. desert C. sandy area D. shrub land 44. Deserts are often composed of ___ and rocky surfaces. A. water B. trees C. oil D. sand 45. Three great stretches of sandy deserts almost circle the center of Australia. A. dunes B. valleys C. lands D. areas 46. Deserts are also classified by their ___ location and dominant weather pattern. A. geographical B. aerial C. sandy D. facial 47. Thanks to pictures taken by satellites, deserts have not ___ a mystery in our time. A. hidden B. intended C. remained D. attained 48. Can you make a ___ estimate of how much our expedition in the desert may be? A. rough B. roughly C. roughing D. roughen 49. After Peter had returned from the Sahara desert, he was confined to bed by a ___ disease. A. mystery B. mysterious C. mysteriously D. mysteriousness 50. In the northern part of the Simpson Desert, the dunes are separated by ___ of low, open shrubland. A. streets B. ways C. corridors D. lines 51. A ___ is a small raised area of ground, like a very small hill. A. slope B. hummock C. dune D. shrub 52. We used to climb up the crest of the hill to get a good view of the surroundings. A. top B. foot C. middle D. face 53. Scientific ___ help to explore some places and discover more and more remote parts of the world. A. survey B. lead C. research D. expedition 54. The wind that blows in the desert comes ___ far away waters. A. for B. with C. in D. from 55. Some sand dunes may be over 200 meters ___ height. A. with B. at C. on D. in 56. Several ___ advanced countries have had plans to make desert more hospitable. A. science B. scientific C. scientifically D. scientist 57. The desert biome includes the hottest places in the world because it absorbs more ___ from the sun than land in humid climates do. A. heat B. hot C. hotly D. heating 58. A ___ is a large animal that lives in deserts and is used for carrying goods and people. A. slope B. dune C. spinifex D. camel 59. The ___ of a cliff, or mountain, is a vertical surface or side of it. A. face B. border C. crest D. lake 60. Most deserts are enormous sandy areas. A. mysterious B. narrow C. immense D. aerial