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bởi YD's Hương's ngày 28/08/2017

1- We rang the church bells as a flood warning.

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3- They told her to stop behaving like a child.

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4- Someone stole my bag and brought it back only when I offered $100. .................................................................... 5- The police gave her two weeks in which to pay the fine. ......................................................................... 6- The burglars have cut an big hole in the steel door. ................................................................ 7- Nhung expected them to offer her the job. .................................................................. 8- The storm destroyed some big trees yesterday. ............................................................... 9- My mother sent us a lot of moon cakes. ..................................................................... 10- My family has visited Dam Sen Amusement Park. Theo dõi (0) ## Câu trả lời (1) • Gửi em một số gợi ý 1. The church bells were rung as a flood warning. 2. We are given more information. 3. She was told to stop behaving like a child. 4. My bag was stolen and brought back only when I offered$100.

5. She was given two weeks in which to pay the fine by the police.

6. An big hole has been cut in the steel door by the burglars.

7. Nhung expected the job is offered for her.

8. Some big trees were destroyed by the storm yesterday.

9. We were sent a lot of moon cakes by my mother.

10. Dam Sen Park has been visited by my family.

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ngày 15/09/2017

Imagine that your Australian pen friend is coming to vietnam and will spend a day in your hometown/city. He/she has asked for your advice on the places of interest they  should go to and the things they can do there

Write an email to give him/her some information.

• ### ENGLISH Test

bởi Ah'ss Min'ss ngày 08/09/2017

SECTION A. VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR

Question 1 (10 points). Choose the correct answer from A, B, C or D to complete each of the following sentences. Write it in ‘Your answers’ part.

1. I don't think we have very much ______; we have very different opinions.

A. together         B. in common                 C. the same        D. similar

2. I’ve been working ______ quite a lot of pressure lately.

A. in                 B. with            C. on                       D. under

3.  Tom: He’s the best guitarist in our school.

Mary: ______

A. You can say that again.          B. That’s fine.

C. That’s OK!                            D. Never mind.

4. The pop group ______ for photographs with their fans.

A. joined        B. set            C. afforded        D. posed

5. Mr. Larry Page______ to the last meeting, but he didn't because of sickness.

A. must go        B. had to go        C. should go        D. should have gone

6. It’s vital that our children’s handwriting should be ______.

A. legible         B. legitimate        C. literate        D. illiterate

7. She bought ______ jacket when she was in Paris last year.

A. a brown leather expensive            B. a leather brown expensive

C. an expensive brown leather        D. an expensive leather brown

8. He had spent ______ time writing an essay on his childhood.

A. a few        B. too many        C. a great deal of         D. a large number of

9. “My daughter, Jenny, tries to ______ to see me at least once a week,” Mrs. Jones told me.

A. drop in        B. go up        C. come on        D. call up

10. ______, we eventually got home after the outdoor show.

A. Soak to the skin                B. Soaked to the skin

C. Being soaking to the skin            D. Our skin being soaked

Question 2 (10 points). Read the text below and look carefully at each line. Some of the lines are correct, and some have a word which should not be there. If a line is correct, put a tick (√) by the number. If a line has a word which should not be there, write it in ‘Your answers’ part. Number 0 and 00 have been done for you.

WHY AM I LEARNING ENGLISH?

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English is the most widely spoken language in the world today.

It is a quite amazing how the use of English language has become so

widespread. The English is not as easy as Esperanto, which was especially

written to be as easy as possible for people to learn, and not yet Esperanto is spoken by very few people around the world. For many people English is not as more beautiful a language as French but it seems too late for French to catch up with English such as an international language. German is quite a useful language if you are in business in Europe but it is not half as easy to learn so as English, and people say it doesn't sound as pleasant as English. English has been become so important that it is becoming more and more essential to get if you want to get a good job. It is too early to say whether English will remain as influential as it is today but it looks like as it will be an international language for a long time.

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Question 3 (10 points). Give the correct form of the words in brackets to complete the sentences. Write it in ‘Your answers’ part.

1. The babysitter said, “Your kids have been a bit (TROUBLE) __________ today.”

2. My grandmother’s health got worse because she had suffered from constant (SLEEP) __________.

3. John felt very (COURAGE) __________ when he failed the driving test the third time.

4. What I hate about Kate is her (RELY) __________.

5. Ants and bees are often described as the most popular (INDUSTRY) __________ insects.

6. Many zoos fund (SCIENCE) __________  research into animals and their behavior.

7. In fact, she is of mixed Mexican and Korean (PARENT) __________.

8. You can never be sure what he is going to do. He is so __________ (PREDICT), I’m afraid.

9. Please complete and return the enclosed (QUESTION) _________ by Friday.

10. With the (EXCEPT) _________ of the dessert, it was one of the most delicious meals we’ve ever had.

Question 1 (7 points). Complete this conversation using sentences marked by A-L. Write it in ‘Your answers’ part. There are FIVE extra sentences which you do not need to use.

Jim:   Hi, Ben. How are you?

Ben: Oh, not so good. (1) _______

Jim:  Why? What’s the matter?

Ben: I don’t think Mr. Jackson likes me. (2) _______

Jim:  Why would he do that?

Ben: I don’t know. When he tells me to do something, I do it as fast as I can. (3) _______

Jim: Maybe Mr. Jackson thinks you take too many breaks.

Ben: (4) _______

Jim: Yes, and that’s good. (5) _______. But when you finish something, you should ask Mr. Jackson if there’s anything else he wants you to do.

Ben: Do you mean I should ask for more work?

Jim:  (6) _______, he’ll see you have initiative.

Ben: Well, OK then. (7) _______. I’ll see you tomorrow. Thanks.

A. He always watches me and asks me why I’m not working.

B. You’re a great teacher.

C. I’m very furious now.

D. If you let him know you can handle more work

E. I’m not sure I can do that. I’m often exhausted after work, you know.

F. I’m a little concerned about my job.

G. Are you kidding me?

H. When I finish, I take a break until he gives me something else to do.

I. I guess I’ll think about what you’ve said

J. You’re a fast worker

K. If you don’t try harder

L. But I do everything he tells me to do.

BODY TALK

By Leonardo Lawrence

You will probably laugh when I tell you that my interest in body language was sparked by a favorite professor of mine at university. He mentioned “Pinocchio Syndrome” to me one wintry morning after claiming that I was rubbed my nose when giving excuses for being late to his lectures. Apparently, when someone tells a lie, the person’s blood rushes to the nose and the extra blood makes it itchy. So if you think someone is not being entirely honest with you, perhaps like my professor you should watch to see if they scratch their nose! This little example of non-verbal communication inspired me to become a body language expert.

Now, I earn my living by training people in non-verbal communication. Knowing when someone is lying and knowing how to convince people you’re telling the truth are two of the most important skills you’ll ever learn. For example, lawyers build their reputation on their deductive skills when cross-examining in court, while politicians need to rely on their powers of persuasion to gain support.

I have dedicated my life to studying the ways the human body gives more reliable information than the words we speak. The words say one thing but the body may say something completely different. This is the theory of body language and most of us are familiar with the basics. We know that crossed arms can be seen as their defensive or aggressive, but what about facial expressions, gestures, posture, and the intonation of our speech? All of these volumes can be understood if you only know how to make sense of the signs.

Take the eyes, for instance. If you told a lie, you would probably expect me to look away rather than look you full in the face.

However, this is not, as commonly thought, the sure sign of a lie, but the reflexive movements we make when we are trying to remember something. Because of this, glancing away is not as easy to interpret as you might believe. A good liar is not searching his memory for the truth, so he can quite easily look you straight in the eyes as he speaks to make the lie more convincing. Here’s a tip, though. Watch the pupil of the eye; does it change size? If it gets bigger, this is probably an involuntary sign that something is being hidden.

Body language is something that the majority of us cannot control; it’s what escapes when we’re concentrating on something else. I might think I’m creating a good impression because my voice is strong and steady and my speech is clear, but the sweat pouring off my forehead and my constantly moving feet say otherwise.

Business clients are constantly in need of my services and I try to improve their confidence in themselves by teaching them about body language. I give advice about handshakes, which should always be firm that people who live in warm climates stand a lot closer to one another than in cooler climates. They may seem like minor matters, but these codes of behavior can be the key to making or breathing a business deal.

My working life gives me a great deal of satisfaction. I feel that I’m providing a public service, but it is a service that has had its downside. Whenever I meet someone new and I tell them what I do for a living, they immediately put their guard up and they’re no longer relaxed. They quite literally freeze in the attempt to hide all the signals that they assume I’m reading. It makes life difficult at times, but I consider it a small price to pay for a job I enjoy so much.

1. The writer originally became interested in body language because _______.

A. of a comment someone made to him            B. he wanted to know why people tell lies

2. According to the writer, non-verbal communication is important because _______.

A. it helps lawyers to be more skillful

B. it can help make people believe what you want to tell them

C. politicians need to know when people are lying

D. it provides a unique way of earning one’s living

A. They are able to change their intonation.            B. They need to develop good posture.

C. They use only words to communicate.            D. They know something about the subject.

4. According to the writer, it is not easy to recognize when someone is lying because _______.

A. they have an honest look on their face            B. they move their eyes very rapidly

C. listeners read their body language incorrectly        D. listeners do not look into their eyes

5. To have a positive effect on someone, you should try to avoid _______.

A. making any facial expressions                B. having any involuntary reactions

C. giving the impression of not caring            D. moving your legs about too much

6. What is the most important thing for businessmen to learn?

A. The laws of a particular country.                B. The correct way to behave.

C. The necessity of being polite.                D. The skill of appearing confident.

7. Why do people react in a negative way when they meet the writer?

A. They think he is too self-confident.            B. They assume that he is always lying.

C. They have heard about him previously.            D. They believe he is studying them.

8. What do we learn about the writer from the passage?

A. He makes a lot of money from his job.            B. He travels the world giving advice.

C. He is dedicated to his work.                D. He trains body language experts.

Question 3 (10 points). Fill ONE suitable word into each numbered blank. Write it in ‘Your answers’ part.

APRIL FOOLS' DAY

On April Fools' Day, people in many countries play tricks on each other. Usually, the tricks (1) ______  making friends believe something ridiculous. On this day you could, for example, tell a friend there is a huge spider on their shoulder. If they believe you, you have succeeded (2) ______ fooling them, and even if you only trick them for a second, you have (3) ____ right to shout "April Fool!"

This day, 1st April, is also known as All Fools’ Day. In some countries, such as Ireland or Cyprus, you can only try to fool someone before twelve noon. If you do play tricks after midday, you will become the fool (4) ______. So it is advisable for you to do that in the morning. (5)______ you do for, all you want is fun rather than do harm to others. And if you don’t want to be foolish, be sensitive!

But how did this (6) _____ begin? Some say April Fools’ Day originated in France when that country adopted the new Gregorian calendar. In the previous calendar, New Year was celebrated (7) _____ 25th March until 1st April, not on 1st January, as in the Gregorian calendar. Some people refused to (8) _____ the new calendar, and continued to celebrate the New Year in spring. Other people made fun of them and laughed at them (9) _____ they were old-fashioned and didn't want to change. Now April Fools' Day has become a global tradition, and no one is safe! People play tricks on anyone, not just on (10) ______ who don't want to change with the times.

SECTION C. WRITING

Question 1 (5 points). Using the word in capital letters, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. Do not change the word given. Write 2-5 words in total.

1. I got the impression that they weren't enjoying themselves.             SEEM

They ....................................................................................................... enjoying themselves.

2. We don't have any sugar left, so we must go and buy some.            RUN

We ............................................................................................. sugar, so we must go and buy some.

3. Parking here is free after 5 p.m.                            PARK

It doesn't ........................................................................................... here after 5 p.m.

4. You should book your ticket beforehand if you want to get a good seat.        ADVANCE

Your ticket ......................................................................................... if you want to get a good seat.

5. Was the film as good as you expected it to be or was it disappointing?        LIVE

Did the film.................................................................................................of it or was it disappointing?

• ### ENGLISH Test

bởi Ah'ss Min'ss ngày 08/09/2017

Question 2 . Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from that of the rest by writing your answer (A, B, C, or D) in the numbered box.

1. A.naked        B.punished        C.forced        D.fixed

2. A.athletic        B. health        C.earthquake        D. furthermore

3. A. sewage        B. save            C. treasure        D. campus

4. A. high        B. plough        C. weigh        D. rough

5. A. handsome    B. sandal        C. double        D. salad

Question 3 : : Use the word given in capitals at the end of some os the lines. There is an example at the beginning.(0)

A new supermarket for the town

At a public (0) meeting held recently, residents of the town of Oxwell met local politicians and shop owners to discuss plans to build a large supermarket in the town. A wide (1) ………of opinions was expressed, some in favor and some against the project. A (2) ………….. of the supermarket group, who was present at the meeting, stated that the supermarket would benefit the (3) ………… of Oxwell as it would give people more (4) ………………when shopping. He also pointed out that it would lead to a (5) ………….. in the number of jobs available in the town, which has a high rate of (6) …………..

Although there was general (7) ……….. on the need for new jobs, some of those present claimed that the presence of the proposed new supermarket would actually lead to the (8) ……….. jobs. They pointed out that small shops would be forced to close as they would be (9) ………….. to compete with

supermarket prices. The final (10) ………….on whether or not to build the supermarket will be made next month

• ### ENGLISH WRITING

bởi Ah'ss Min'ss ngày 07/09/2017

Imagine you are an American student, who stayed in Mrs. Lan’s house during your two-week volunteer campaign in a remote village. Now you have backed home. Write a letter to thank her for her special help and care to you and your friends during the time you stayed there. You should write about 70-80 words.

bởi Ah'ss Min'ss ngày 23/08/2017

Matching

A. They don't live up to their expections

B Simply not the same

C Hidden Information

D How to attract video gamers

E A growing market

F The power of effects

G Using the same setting

FILMS AND VIDEOGAMES

1- In just a few decades the videogmes industry has become a lot bigger than the film business. In term of turnover, what is rather grandle "interactive entertainment" makes twice as much money as Hollywood cinema. Which of course leaves people in the film business wondering if they can harvest any of this new income. Is there any way of making films more appealing to people who play videogames?

2- Making a film out of a best selling videogame can certainly fuarantee a large audience. The success lies in the use of special effects. New videogames have stunning action sequences that rely on fantasy effects, and now films are being released with similar scenes. Gravity is discarded as heroes leap across huge gaps, while slow motion techniques show bullets moving through the rippling air.

3- A major segment of the videogame market comprises science fiction games and film makers have started to realize thay they could set films in similar sci-fi future worlds. But the diifficulty for the procedures of Hollywood appears to be knowing when to stop. Any attempt to borrow more than the setting from a videogame is probably doomed.

4- There are many examples of successful film videogame combinations. Rather than making a film using characters and stories from a videogame, the trick seems to be to make a film that has a fast moving action sequence and then brin out a videogame bases on that sequence. People who enjoyed the film will probably want to buy the videogame. This clearly created a new market opportunity for the videogame industry

5- Why do game players fell disappointed by films based on their favorite games? One reason is technical. Videogames can show the action from a number of perpectives easily, because everything is computer generated. But filming a sequence from 20 different camreas would cost a fortune, so it simply isn't feeling that the film didn't look as real as the videogame.

• ### Filling - English

bởi Ah'ss Min'ss ngày 21/08/2017