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    dearn Mom and Dad,

    0. I/having/wonderfu time here/ Ha Long

    1.I/arrive/bus station/9am/yesterday.

    2.Uncle Tan/ meet/me/the station/then/take/home/motorbike.

    3.I/visit/Tuan Chau island/try/fresh sea food.

    4.I/feel/happy/enjoy myselft/. The people/here/be friendly/the food/be/dedliciouss/the sights/beautiful.

    5.I/leave Ha Long/7am/next Sunday/. Please/pick/up/bus station./12.00



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  • 1/ when i last sawJohn, he hurried to his English club and didn't have time to talk

    2/ Lam called yesterday and said  he needed the report right now

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  • Đọc đoạn văn sau và trả lời các câu hỏi:

    Jan Dibbets may someday have his work revered as much as his Dutch predecessors Vermeer, Van Gogh, and Rembrandt. At a time when the trends in art are toward abstraction and minimalism, Dibbets' work integrates these two disparate trends into one remarkable whole. 5 In one series of composite works, he arranged sections of architectural photographs into rounded patterns. Then, with pen and ink and watercolors, he connected the segments together into 360-degree circular forms blending the abstract with the real and the imagined. The imaginary images resemble the views of ceilings in gothic, baroque, and neo-classical 10 buildings as they might be seen from the ground floor.

    1. What does this passage mainly discuss?
    (A) the life of Jan Dibbets
    (B) new forms of art created by Jan Dibbets
    (C) an exhibit of abstract art
    (D) art that follows the style of Vermeer, Van Gogh, and Rembrandt
    2. Which of the following words could best replace the word "revered" in line 1?
    (A) honored
    (B) possessed
    (C) modeled
    (D) handled
    3. As used in line 2, what is the meaning of the word "time"?
    (A) season
    (B) period
    (C) century
    (D) interval
    4. The word "disparate" in line 4 is closest in meaning to
    (A) similar
    (B) unspoken
    (C) different
    (D) unknown
    5. The author implies that
    (A) Dibbets is more well known to some people than Vermeer
    (B) views of ceilings in gothic buildings are most beautiful when seen from the ground floor
    (C) art is now becoming more abstract
    (D) Dibbets preferred watercolor to photography
    6. The word "remarkable" as used in line 4 could be best replaced by
    (A) inseparable
    (B) unified
    (C) clever
    (D) extraordinary
    7. As used in line 5, the word "works" could be best replaced by which of the following?
    (A) deeds
    (B) mechanisms
    (C) operations
    (D) creations
    8. As described in this passage, Dibbets used all of the following elements EXCEPT
    (A) pen and ink
    (B) watercolors
    (C) architectural photographs
    (D) still-life drawings
    9. The word "segments" as used in line 7 refers to
    (A) parts
    (B) dots
    (C) supports
    (D) webs
    10. The word "neo-classical" in line 9 refers to
    (A) artistic patterns
    (B) trends in art
    (C) architectural styles
    (D) museum decorations

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    The peregrine falcon, a predatory bird indigenous to North America, was once in danger of extinction. In the 1960s, scientists discovered byproducts of the pesticide DDT in the birds' eggs, which caused them to be too soft to survive. The use of the pesticide had been 5 banned in the United States, but the falcons were eating migratory birds from other places where DDT was still used. In order to increase the survival rate, scientists were raising the birds in laboratories and then releasing them into mountainous areas. This practice achieved only moderate success, however, because many of the birds raised 10 in captivity could not survive in the wild.

    There is now, however, a new alternative to releases in the wild. A falcon that has been given the name Scarlett chose to make her home on a ledge of the 33rd floor of a Baltimore, Maryland, office 15 building rather than in the wild, and, to the surprise of the scientists, she has managed to live quite well in the city. Following this example, programs have been initiated that release birds like Scarlett into cities rather than into their natural wild habitat. These urban releases are becoming a common way to strengthen the species. Urban homes 20 have several benefits for the birds that wild spots do not. First, there is an abundance of pigeons and small birds as food sources. The peregrine in the city is also protected from its main predator, the great horned owl. Urban release programs have been very successful in reestablishing the peregrine falcons along the East Coast. Though 25 they are still an endangered species, their numbers increased from about 60 nesting pairs in 1975 to about 700 pairs in 1992. In another decade the species may flourish again, this time without human help.

    1. What is the main topic of the passage?
    (A) survival of peregrine falcons
    (B) releases into the wild
    (C) endangered species
    (D) harmful effects of pesticides
    2. In line 1, the phrase "indigenous to" could be best replaced by
    (A) typical of
    (B) protected by
    (C) adapted to
    (D) native to
    3. The word "byproducts" in line 3 could best be replaced by which of the following?
    (A) derivatives
    (B) proceeds
    (C) chemicals
    (D) elements
    4. In line 5, the word "banned" could be best replaced by
    (A) authorized
    (B) developed
    (C) disseminated
    (D) prohibited
    5. Which of the following words is closest in meaning to the word "rate," as used in line 7?
    (A) speed
    (B) percentage
    (C) continuation
    (D) behavior
    6. In line 7, the word "raising" most probably means
    (A) breeding
    (B) elevating
    (C) collecting
    (D) measuring
    7. Why were the peregrine falcons in danger?
    (A) because of pesticides used by American farmers
    (B) because they migrated to countries where their eggs could not survive
    (C) because they ate birds from other countries where DDT was still used
    (D) because they were prized by hunters and hunted to near extinction
    8. The word "releases" as used in line 12 most probably means
    (A) internment
    (B) regression
    (C) distribution
    (D) possessions
    9. The word "ledge" in line 14 is closest in meaning to
    (A) window
    (B) wall
    (C) terrace
    (D) shelf
    10. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT a reason why a falcon might choose to live in a city?
    (A) There are high places to nest.
    (B) There are other falcons nearby.
    (C) There is a lack of predators.
    (D) There is abundant food.
    11. According to the passage, which of the following are the falcon's main predators?
    (A) pigeons
    (B) rattlesnakes
    (C) owls
    (D) humans
    12. As used in line 20, the word "spots" could best be replaced by
    (A) places
    (B) dilemmas
    (C) jungles
    (D) materials
    13. According to the passage, where have the release programs been the most successful?
    (A) in office buildings
    (B) on the East Coast
    (C) in mountainous areas
    (D) in the wild

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  • Đọc đoạn văn sau và trả lời các câu hỏi:

    Langston Hughes was one of the greatest American writers of the twentieth century. He was born in Joplin, Missouri, and moved to Cleveland at the age of fourteen. Several years later he spent one year in Mexico before attending Columbia University in New York. For a few 5 years after that he roamed the world as a seaman, visiting ports around the world and writing some poetry. He returned to the United States and attended Lincoln University, where he won the Witter Bynner Prize for undergraduate poetry. After graduating in 1928, he traveled to Spain and to Russia with the help of a Guggenheim fellowship.
    10 His novels include Not Without Laughter (1930) and The Big Sea (1940). He wrote an autobiography in 1956 and also published several collections of poetry. The collections include The Weary Blues (1926), The Dream Keeper (1932), Shakespeare in Harlem (1942), Fields of Wonder(1947), One Way 15 Ticket (1947), and Selected Poems (1959). A man of many talents, Hughes was also a lyricist, librettist, and a journalist. As an older man in the 1960s he spent much of his time collecting poems from Africa and from African-Americans to popularize black writers. Hughes is one of the most accomplished writers in American 20 literary history, and he is seen as one of the artistic leaders of the Harlem Renaissance, the period when a neighborhood that was predominantly black produced a flood of great literature, music, and other art forms depicting daily city life for African-Americans.

    1. What is the main topic of this passage?
    (A) the life of Langston Hughes
    (B) the Harlem Renaissance
    (C) African-American writers
    (D) American twentieth-century writers
    2. Where was Langston Hughes born?
    (A) Spain
    (B) New York
    (C) Missouri
    (D) North Carolina
    3. The word "roamed" as used in line 5 is closest in meaning to which of the following?
    (A) traveled
    (B) soared
    (C) floated
    (D) walked
    4. As used in line 5, which of the following words could best replace the word "ports"?
    (A) islands
    (B) ships
    (C) friends
    (D) harbors
    5. To which of the following movements might "Shakespeare in Harlem" refer to?
    (A) the Civil War
    (B) the Harlem Riots
    (C) the Harlem Renaissance
    (D) the Civil Rights Movement
    6. What provided Hughes with assistance for his travel to Spain and Russia?
    (A) his job as a reporter
    (B) his career as a soldier
    (C) a literary fellowship
    (D) a college study program
    7. The word "talents" in line 16 could be be replaced by which of the following?
    (A) desires
    (B) abilities
    (C) strategies
    (D) careers
    8. According to the author, what did Hughes do during the later years of his life?
    (A) write short stories
    (B) popularize African-American writers
    (C) advocate racial equality
    (D) write about life in Harlem
    9. Which of the following could best replace the word "accomplished" as used in line 19?
    (A) successful
    (B) prolific
    (C) brilliant
    (D) imaginative
    10. The author uses the word "flood" in line 22 to refer to
    (A) a drought
    (B) an outpouring
    (C) a cloudburst
    (D) a streak
    11. Which of the following can best substitute for the word "depicting" in line 23?
    (A) congratulating
    (B) blessing
    (C) screening
    (D) portraying
    12. According to the passage, Langston Hughes was all of the following EXCEPT
    (A) a novelist
    (B) a poet
    (C) an historian
    (D) a journalist

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