I. Choose the word which underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

Number 1.

A. collected B. hated C. mapped D. sounded

Number 2.

A. bears B. subjects C. articles D. regions

Number 3.

A. sticky B. rivalry C. angrily D. dynamite

Number 4.

A. sight B. mineral C. pipe D. device

Number 5.

A. owl B. love C. color D. oven

II. Choose the best answer.

1. It’s windy _____ we can fly kites.

A. because B. but C. so D. or

2. Cindy would be a better student if she _____ more.

A. studies B. studied C. has studied D. would study

3. I arrived _____ to have breakfast before class.

A. enough early B. early enough C. too early D. early too

4. He looked forward to _____ his results.

A. hear B. have heard C. be hearing D. hearing

5. I am very pleased _____ the service in this hotel.

A. with B. on C. at D. from

6. I suggest _____ some food before going home.

A. buy B. to buy C. buying D. should buy

7. He’s never been to the United States, _____?

A. isn’t he B. is he C. hasn’t he D. has he

8. Ms. Quyen _____ phone on the sofa is very expensive.

A. whose B. whom C. that D. which

9. They still keep _____ touch though they live far away from each other.

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

10. Anne didn’t watch the film last night because she _____ it before.

A. saw B. had seen C. has seen D. was seen

III. Find one mistake in each sentence by choosing A, B, C or D.

1. I’ll help you, I’m sure you don’t have enough money to buy these item.

A. sure B. don’t have C. to buy D. these

2. The flight was dangerous so the plane flew through a storm.

A. was B. so C. flew D. a storm

3. When his baby passed away, he felt very badly over a year.

A. passed away B. felt C. badly D. a year

4. Van is surprised to hear that she had received the scholarship.

A. is surprised B. to hear C. received D. scholarship

5. This year, the number of people which have fast food is almost double that of 5 years ago.

A. the number B. which C. is D. that

IV. Read the passage and decide whether the following statements are True (T) or False (F).

A combination of sewage, salt, air pollution, sun, sand and wind may destroy the huge statue on the outskirts of Cairo. This statue of the sun god has the body of a lion and the face of a human being. It is five thousand years old, but it is too badly damaged to be completely saved.

The statue has already been dug out of the sand three times. However, the latest problems are much more serious. First, there are no proper drains and water pipes in the neighborhood and the underground passages around the statue have become blocked. Too much water has been running into the stone statue for several years. As a result, tiny pieces of salt have been left on the stone and have damaged it.

Secondly, air pollution from the increasing amount of traffic in Cairo is also destroying the ancient statue. The air is so full of poisonous gases that it is making the stone crumble and decay even faster.

Thirdly, the statue is being damaged by extremes of temperature. For example, although the air is very cold at night, during the day the stone of the statue becomes very hot under the strong sun. Other natural forces such as severe sandstorms also attack the statue.

Finally, the tourists who visit the statue every day also cause a lot of damage.

1. The statue is in the center of Cairo.

A. True B. False

2. Part of the statue looks like a lion and part like a person.

A. True B. False

3. The underground passages around the statue are full of waste and water.

A. True B. False

4. The stone of the statue is damaged due to the change in temperature.

A. True B. False

5. Fortunately, little damage is caused by visitors to the statue.

A. True B. False

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