A. nervous B. ugly C. attractive D. colourful Question 21: It’s time you pulled your socks up and started working seriously, Phuong. Your final exams are coming. A. lost confidence B. got furious C. studied harder D. became lazy 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 22: Solutions should be suggested to prevent people from hunting wild animals. A. force B. comfort C. encourage D. stop Question 23: It’s very kind of you to help me solve the problem. A. careless B. good C. bad D. quick Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges. Question 24: Lan is late for Minh’s birthday party. - Lan: “Sorry I’m late, Minh.” - Minh: “_________” A. Same to you. B. Thanks a lot. C. Good idea. D. Never mind. Question 25: Minh and Nam are talking about Nam’s new T-shirt. - Minh: “You’ve got a nice T-shirt, Nam.” - Nam: “_________” A. Me too. B. Congratulations! C. Thank you. D. No problem. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 to 30. Teenagers having exams may feel stressed for different reasons. Their future may depend on their exam results. And many of them will probably be afraid that their performances will not be as good as their friends’ and may feel worried about being (26) _______ negatively to them. They may feel so (27) _______ by the amount of studying which they need to do. To obtain a good result, they may have to give up (28) _______ leisure activities such as doing sports and listening to music. Teenagers (29) _______ suffer from exam stress may show a variety of symptoms including loss of appetite, being unable to sleep and a lack of motivation to study. (30) _______, it is important for teachers and parents to watch out for these signs and to be as supportive and encouraging as possible. (Adapted from Complete First for Schools by Brook-Hart, Hutchison, Passmore and Uddin) Question 26: A. agreed B. closed C. compared D. suggested Question 27: A. relaxed B. exhausted C. embarrassed D. excited Question 28: A. much B. many C. each D. every Question 29: A. where B. who C. which D. when Question 30: A. However B. Although C. Moreover D. Therefore 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 31 to 35. Since the 19th century, companies have looked for better and cleaner ways of creating electricity. One UK company has created a special type of floor made of square tiles. Under each square, there is a system that can create electricity very cheaply when someone steps on it! The design of the floor works very well when it is used in very busy areas. And the reason is that a lot of energy is created simply because of the large numbers of people walking across the floor. The floor can have other uses too; one of them is to record how many people visit a shopping centre. This kind of information is very useful for shop owners because very often they want to know at which times of days they have the highest numbers of customers. So the next time you visit a big shopping centre, have a careful look at the floor that you are walking across! (Adapted from Preliminary for Schools Trainer) Question 31: What is the passage mainly about? A. A difficulty in creating electricity. B. A new way to build houses. C. A shopping centre that sells electricity. D. A special floor that creates electricity. Question 32: According to paragraph 1, the special floor creates electricity when _______. A. someone covers it B. someone looks at it C. someone cleans it D. someone steps on it Question 33: The word “useful” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _______. Trang 2/4 – Mã đề thi 416

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