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Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer
sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 1 to 5.
Tom Avery is the youngest Briton to have reached both poles. He and his
team recently followed the route taken by Robert Peary in his 1909 expedition to the North
Pole.
Both men left from Cape Columbia in Canada but Peary's team was larger. Peary
also had four support groups and every 160 kilometres a group would leave food
behind and turn back. This meant the team decreased in size as he went north. Avery's
team didn't have the extra men, but they had food dropped by plane at four locations.
Although Avery's team had the benefit of modern technology, Avery thinks this did not
make much difference. "Your speed depends on the dogs and how rapidly you can
get a sledge through the ice. We also had to deal with the same dangers. At the end of
winter, some ice is only 7 centimetres thick and it can break easily under your weight.
Peary was also more experienced than us and had been on several expeditions to the
Arctic."
Avery believes they owe their success to the 16 Inuit dogs that pulled the
sledges. “Our dogs worked in teams of 8. They kept us going. In the evenings, I
would thank every one of them.” “Travelling with dogs is the best form of Arctic transport.
You cannot do the journey in that time by any other method.”
Some historians say Peary could not have reached the North Pole in 39 days.
But Avery's team actually beat this time, becoming the fastest to reach the North Pole on
foot. Avery says, “We told everyone that could be done so it was important not to fail. But
it was hard, especially towards the end when the ice was melting quickly.”
Question 1. What is the best title for this text?
A. How to lead a team
B. Proving it's
possible C. Discovering new routes
D. An accident in the Arctic
Question 2. How was Avery's North Pole Expedition different from
that of Peary's? A. They did not take the same route. B. Avery's team
was supplied by air. C. They did not leave from the same place. D.
Avery's team was larger. Question 3. The word “rapidly” in
paragraph 3 mostly means _ A. low
B. well
C. hard
4.
D. fast Question
Which of the following is TRUE about Avery's attitude towards the Inuit
dogs? A. He was very grateful to the dogs. B. He was surprised by their speed. C.
He thought they were well trained. D. He regretted not taking more dogs.
Question 5. The word "that” in the last paragraph refers to A. Peary's
team beating Avery's team to set foot at the North Pole B. some historians
denying Peary's team's success C. Avery's team reaching the North Pole in record
time D. The North Pole's ice melting in the end

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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the
three in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 6. A. maintains B. answers
C. appalls
D.
attacks Question 7. A. seat
B. treat
C. team
D. great

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the
position of the primary stress in each of the following questions. Question 8. A. optional B.
confident C. defensive
D.
primary Question 9. A. limit
B. defend
C. appeal
D. enact

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 10. Before you can start a business, you will
have to raise the necessary A. income
B. investment C. savings
D.
capital Question 11. They have organized a car to meet him
the
airport. A. under
B. at
C. by
D
. on Question 12. They were angry
their plans had been discovered. A.
because B. although C. in spite of D. because of Question 13. Every
morning, sun shines in my bedroom window and wakes me up. A. the
B. Ø (no article) C. a
D
. an Question 14. Sheila is the
behind our new environmental initiative, so she
deserves all the credit. A. heads
B. thoughts
C. brains
D.
minds Question 15. He hasn't been home since he
from university. A.
graduated B. will graduate C. graduates D. has graduated
Question 16. I'll phone my mother
in
Hanoi. A. Before I arrived
B. After I had
arrived C. As soon as I arrive
D. While I was
arriving Question 17. The committee made a number of
for improving standards in
schools. A. introductions
B.
recommendations C. acceptances
D.
promotions Question 18. Researchers found a number of
important
in the way boys and girls
learn. A. differences B. differently C. different D. differ Question 19. That boy is so
intelligent, ? A. doesn't he B. is he
C. isn't he
D.
does be Question 20. No one really knows why he agreed _the
film. A. done
B. did
C. doing
D.
to do Question 21. If the weather
so bad, we would go to the
park. A. weren't B. hasn't been C. isn't
D. hadn't been Question
22. The bride and the groom are in the wedding car _with ribbons and
flowers. A. beautifully decorated
B. is beautifully
decorated C. beautifully decorating
D. having beautifully
decorated Question 23. I don't expect a lot of people to
at this event because it's on a
Tuesday night. A. hold up
B. turn on
C. hold on
D. turn up

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Question 24. You should try to


advantage of every opportunity that
comes your way. A. make
B. do
C. take
D. get Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best
completes each

25. David and Tony are co-workers.


of the following exchanges. Question
They are at a lunch table in a cafeteria. - David: "Could you pass me
the pepper, Tony?” - Tony: “ A. Yes, I'd love to.
B. Thank you. I'm glad
you like it. C. No, not at all.
D. Certainly. Here you are. Question 26.
Peter and John are talking about the use of electronic devices in the classroom. - Peter: “I
think teachers should ban or limit the use of electronic devices in the classroom."
-John:“
. Electronic devices distract students from their
studies." A. I quite agree
B. I'm afraid I
disagree C. That's not true
D. Don't mention it Mark the letter A, B, C, or D
on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined
word(s) in each of the following questions. Question 27. After several part-time jobs, he's now
got a stable job in a bank. A. unchangeable B. challenging C. temporary D. get
annoyed Question 28. I always have butterflies in my stomach before an interview. A. give
certainty B . feel calm
C. become irritated D. get nervous Mark the
letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word CLOSEST in meaning
to the underlined word in each of the following questions.
Question 29. It's an impressive design, but it probably won't receive much
popular approval. A. determination B. support
C. success
D. opposition Question
30. The case will be thoroughly studied before any decision is made. A
instantly B. temporarily C. eternally D. carefully Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on
your answer sheer to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of
the following questions. Question 31. Walt Disney's imagination and creation resulted in
the production of some wonderful animated films. A. animated films B. creation
C. the
D. imagination Question
32. I wish he would listen to his mother, stop playing computer games, and paying more attention to his
studies. A. to
B. paying
C. stop
D. his studies
Question 33. The subjects that you will be studying in this course is
listed in the syllabus. A. that
B.is
C. The
D. in

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to choose
the word or phrase that best fits each other numbered blanks from 34 to 38.
With the globalization of information technology (IT) and worldwide
access to the Internet, people from all (34) of learning are finding themselves using
some form of information technology in the workplace. The corporate world has seen a
boom in the use of IT tools, but conversely, not enough people with IT skills that can enter the
workplace and be productive with minimal on-the-job training.

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1114)

A recent issue of the New York Times reports that many companies are
looking for smart students (35)
may have a budding interest in IT. Some companies, trying to
encourage students to attend interviews, provide good salary packages and
challenging work environments. (36) , one American IT consulting company offers
high salaries, annual bonuses, and immediate stock options to potential recruits. It also
brings in 25 to 40 (37)_ applicants at a time for a two-day visit to the company. This time
includes interviews, team exercises, and social events. The idea behind the team
exercises is that the applicants get to see that they will be working with (38)
smart
people doing really interesting things, rather than sitting alone writing code.
Question 34. A. regions
B. areas
C. places
D.
sides Question 35. A. who
B. where
C. which
D.
whom Question 36. A. Moreover
B. Therefore C. However
D. For
example Question 37. A. prospective B. confidential
C. perspective
D.
elaborate Question 38. A. every
B. another C. others
D. other

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on you answer
sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions from 39 to 45.
Most of us consider our personality to be an integral and unchanging part of
who we are, and for decades psychologists have more or less assumed that our main
personality traits are fixed by the age of 30. But now mounting evidence is undermining that
notion; personality is far more mutable than we thought. That may be a little unsettling, but it's
also good news for the almost 90% of us who wish our personalities were at least a little different.
There's no doubt that personality is partly genetic, but experiences in childhood also
shape our personalities. Research shows that young children become more extroverted and work harder
when surrounded by other kids with these traits. Parental behaviour has an impact, too. Jerome
Kagan at Harvard University has found that if parents encourage timid infants to be
sociable and bold, they grow up to be less shy and fearful.
Genes and environment interact in complex ways to shape our personality,
and this process doesn't stop en we reach adulthood. It's becoming clear that major life
events can have long-lasting impacts on personality at any age. For example, going
through a divorce makes women more extroverted and more open to experience,
while men become less conscientious, according to one US study.
Becoming unemployed can have a dramatic effect on well-being. 'It's probably the
life event that has the biggest impact,' says Christopher Boyce at the University of Stirling, UK.
And he has found that the impact on personality is twice as big, tending to make
people less conscientious and less agreeable. Moving to a new town or country
might influence your personality too-people living in New York tend to be highly
neurotic, for example, while Londoners score low on agreeableness.
The extent to which environmental factors shape our characters over a lifetime is
remarkable. In work published last year, psychologist Wendy Johnson and her colleagues at
the University of Edinburgh compared results from personality tests taken by people
when they were aged 14 and again at 77. 'We couldn't find any evidence for stability in
individual personality characteristics,' she says.
There is also growing evidence that we can actively shape our own personality
and would benefit from doing so. Psychologists continue to debate the extent to which
personality is plastic in adulthood, but there is now no doubt that it can and does change. And
that's good news for all of us. Knowing that you are not 'set' by 30 is empowering. You can
think: 'I'm not stuck with who I am. I can change,' says Boyce.

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Question 39. What is the main idea of the text? A. People are becoming
generally more neurotic than they used to be. B. You cannot escape the
personality that you are genetically destined to have. C. Scientists still know very
little about how our personalities are formed. D. Your personality changes throughout your
life and you may be able to affect this process. Question 40. The word “unsettling"
in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to A. interesting B. worrying C. critical
D. satisfactory Question 41. As it is
mentioned in the passage, the idea that our personality does not change much after the age
of 30 is one which A. is not supported by the results of research. B. psychologists have
always doubted. C. most people find uncomfortable. D. has been undermined by
advances in genetics. Question 42. According to the study mentioned in paragraph 3, what
is TRUE about the experience of getting divorced? A. It tends to have a bigger effect
than genetics. B. It tends to affect people differently depending on their age. C. It tends
to affect men and women differently. D. It tends to make people generally more
outgoing. Question 43. The word “conscientious” in paragraph 3 is closest in
meaning to A. impatient B. mean
C. responsible D. half-hearted
Question 44. According to paragraph 4, the effect of losing your job on
your personality is

A. the same as the effect of moving to New


York B. far bigger than on your well-being. C.
less dramatic than moving house D. as
profound as its effect on your well-being
Question 45. The word “it” in paragraph 6 refers
to A. personality B. extent
C. adulthood D. news Mark the letter A, B, C, or D
on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following
questions.
Question 46. “I went out with my friends last night," Daisy said.
A. Daisy said that she had gone out with my friends the night before.
B. Daisy said that she would go out with her friend the following night.
C. Daisy said that she had gone out with her friends the previous
night. D. Daisy said that I had gone out with her friends the night
before. Question 47. It's possible that our train will not arrive at the
station punctually A. Our train might not arrive at the station on time. B.
Our train may have arrived at the station late. C. Our train will certainly
arrive at the station punctually. D. Our train needn't arrive at the station
early.

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Question 48. Jane is not as talkative as her sister. A. Jane is more talkative than her sister. B. Jane's
sister is as talkative as Jane. C. Jane's sister is less talkative than Jane. D. Jane's sister is more
talkative than Jane. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on the answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best
combines each pair of sentences in the following questions. Question 49. You can go out with
your friend. Make sure you get home before 8 p.m. A. You can go out with your friends in
case you get home before 8 p.m. B. You can go out with your friends unless you get
home before 8 p.m. C. You can go out with your friends provided that you get home before 8 p.m. D. As
long as you get home before 8 p.m., you can't go out with your friends. Question
50. Sally was very brave. She saved Jim from drowning. A. If Sally were not so
brave, Jim would drown. B. If Sally had not been so brave, Jim would not have
drowned. C. But for Sally's bravery, Jim would have drowned. D. Had it not
been for Sally's bravery, Jim would drown.

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