I. Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

Number 1.

A. cartoon B. moon C. flood D. too

Number 2.

A. water B. again C. mature D. career

Number 3.

A. time B. Physics C. five D. kind

Number 4.

A. torch B. French C. purchase D. technical

Number 5.

A. excursion B. sunburnt C. nurse D. picture

II. Choose the best answer.

1. _____ hand do you write with? – My right hand.

A. Which B. What C. What kind of D. What sort of

2. It was time to _____ the lessons for school.

A. prepare B. get C. take D. make

3. _____ you need is a long holiday.

A. That B. What C. Which D. Who

4. All parents never allow their children _____.

A. smoke B. smoking C. to smoke D. in smoking

5. This is the third time she _____ me this question.

A. ask B. asked C. are asking D. has asked

6. The flight to Da Nang _____ an hour ago.

A. took on B. took in C. took over D. took off

7. Their parents seemed satisfied _____ their progress.

A. with B. to C. in D. at

8. Galileo _____ his first telescope in 1609.

A. builds B. built C. has built D. had built

9. He _____ able to play football since he _____ his leg.

A. wasn’t/ broke B. haven’t been/ had broken
C. wasn’t/ had broken D. hasn’t been/ broke

10. _____ all his parents’ warnings, he still went there himself.

A. Although B. Because C. In spite of D. Instead of

III. Choose the best choice to complete the dialogue.

Tony : (1) ______________________________.
Ann : In a house near Brighton. 
Tony : (2) ______________________________.
Ann : For three years. 
Tony : (3) ______________________________.
Ann: The house we had before was too small. We need somewhere bigger. 
Tony : (4) ______________________________.
Ann : I work in a bank. 
Tony : (5) ______________________________.
Ann : I don’t earn much. Just about £ 15.000 a year.

Number 1.

A. What’s your address? B. Where are you?
C. Where you live? D. Where do you live?

Number 2.

A. You have lived there for how long? B. How long have you lived there?
C. How many years have you lived there? D. How long do you live there?

Number 3.

A. Why did you moved? B. Why you moved?
C. Why did you move? D. The reason why did you move?

Number 4.

A. What do you work? B. What your job is?
C. What you do? D. What do you do?

Number 5.

A. How much do you earn? B. How much money do you take?
C. How about money do you earn? D. Do you earn how much money? 

IV. Choose the sentence which is closest in meaning to the given sentence.

1. Susan is not keen on Math.

A. Susan would like to learn Math. B. Susan doesn’t like Math.
C. Susan didn’t think math is interesting. D. Susan knows how to learn Math.

2. It was impossible to find Sam anywhere.

A. Sam was unable to go anywhere. B. Sam could not be found anywhere.
C. It was possible to find Sam. D. Sam could go anywhere he liked.

3. Fewer audience came to the concert than we had expected.

A. We had expected more audience to come to the concert. B. There was more audience at the concert than we had expected.
C. There weren’t enough seats for all audience as we had expected. D. Too much audience came to the concert.

4. In spite of his difficult living conditions, he worked extremely hard.

A. He worked very hard in difficult conditions. B. He worked very hard but he still lived in difficult conditions.
C. He worked very hard even though his living conditions were difficult. D. He worked very hard because his living conditions were difficult.

5. The results of the research are not only impressive but also alarming.

A. The results of the research are not alarming, but impressive. B. The results of the research are not alarming, but not impressive.
C. The results of the research are not either impressive or alarming. D. The results of the research are both impressive and alarming.

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