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Đề ngày 03/01/2020

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PART 1

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PART 2

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PART 3

7. What does the doctor recommend that the man do?
8. When does the doctor say that the man should do this?
9. What does the man ask the doctor to give him?
10. What problem do the speakers have with the computer company?
11. When will the contract run out?
12. What does the woman suggest doing?
13. Who is the man speaking with?
14. What does the woman offer the man?
15. When will they arrive?

PART 4

16. How many bedrooms does the man's house have?
17. What is true about the man?
18. What is close to the man's house?
19. Who most likely are the listeners?
20. What does the woman mean when she says, “Although the fundraiser is over, that doesn’t mean the work is over”?
21. What is mentioned as a benefit of being a sponsor?
22. Who is John?
23. How many vehicles were involved in the accident?
24. What will be aired next?

PART 5

25. The telephone information service is available round the clock _____ it is a special holiday.
26. The admission fee for the new art museum is _____ more expensive than we expected.
27. Those who have questions concerning fringe benefits are advised to consult _____ employee handbook.
28. In order to scan the bar code, you need to sweep the bar code directly in front of the _____
29. Additional information on _____ financial aid such as grants and scholarships can be obtained from career offices at each university.
30. While our representatives try to reply to all e-mails _____, responses may be delayed by weekends and public holidays.
31. If the player wins, it will be the first time _____ 10 years that a non-European has won the medal for the competition.
32. As a financial planner, Mr. Martin has a comprehensive _____ of the legal process, as well as financial and tax issues.

PART 6

Questions 33 - 36:

Reading text:

To: All Supervisors From: Claire Jordan Subject: Fourth Quarter Figures

Attention supervisors,

The figures are in for the fourth quarter this year. I ran the numbers myself one more time just to see if they were right. As it turns out, we managed to surpass our annual sales goal by over 25% _____(1) the losses suffered in the first two quarters! That is an incredible _____(2)! Congratulations to all of you for all of your hard work and success. Normally, each supervisor is given a 10% year-end bonus for meeting the sales goal. After speaking with the CEO about the _____(3) comeback, he has decided to increase that to 15% this year! Each of you really earned this extra bonus. _____(4). Have a happy new year and keep up the good work!

Sincerely,

Claire Jordan, Executive Assistant

33. (1)
34. (2)
35. (3)
36. (4)

PART 7

Questions 37 - 39:

Reading text:

Ms. Marie Faubert 
95 Jackson Crescent 
Phoenix, AZ 04-55000 

Dear Ms. Faubert, 

On behalf of Sylvan House Wares, I would like to apologize for the damaged trays you received. We always try to package all shipments to the best of our abilities, but these accidents still happen on occasion. I have asked for shipping department to send you some replacements as soon as possible.

You will find with this letter a return kit. This includes the box, packing materials and an address label. Please use the kit to send back the damaged goods to our company. The postage has been prepaid so you only need to pack the trays and call the delivery company. I am also enclosing a $20 gift certificate to make up for any inconvenience.

Again, I apologize for this inconvenience and value your business. 

Sincerely yours,
Barbara Bell
Sales Manager 
Sylvan House Wares 

37. What problem was reported to Ms. Bell?
38. What is included with the letter?
39. What is Ms. Faubert instructed to do?
Questions 40 - 41:

Reading text:

From: Hazel Irwin
To: Lindsey Monotail
Subject: Speech Request
Date: May 23

Hi Lindsey,

As you know, Robert Hulking will be awarded the CSG Excellence in Sales Prize at a special ceremony at the Persian Hotel this Saturday. Mr. Hulking recently informed me that you were his supervisor when he first came to CSG five years ago, and that you and your business advice have greatly contributed to his recent success. To honor both your work as Senior Sales Supervisor and Mr. Hulking's recent achievement, I would like to ask you to present the award this Saturday. As part of the presentation ceremony, you will be asked to give a brief speech about Mr. Hulking. It would be a good idea to include some personal anecdotes as well as professional stories to help highlight Mr. Hulking's character.

Please contact Sara Benhunt, my secretary, before 2 p.m. today and let her know if you can attend the event. Her extension is 3125. I hope you will join us.

Sincerely,

Hazel Irwin
Director of Public Relations

40. Who is Robert Hulking?
41. What should Ms. Monotail do before 2 p.m.?

PART 7

Questions 42 - 45:

Reading text 1:

Dear Jenny,
It's been a time since I last saw you. A lot has happened since then. I got a new job working at a toy company. It's nice and big. If you have time, you should come visit me soon. I have a vacation next month, so you could visit me then. Call me soon!

Love,
Sarah

Reading text 2:

Dear Sarah,
It was great to get your letter. My classes are going well, and I got an A in every subject this semester. The winter vacation starts next month. I have to find a part-time job, so I won't have much free time. Maybe I will have more time during the summer vacation to visit you. I'll call you next week.
Take care,

Jenny

42. Where does Sarah work now?
43. When does Sarah have a vacation?
44. What does Sarah ask Jenny to do?
45. Which of the following is probably NOT true?
Questions 46 - 50:

Reading text 1:

The Regency Scotia School of Design Hosts Historic Royal Costume Display

Threads of Royal History, launched on Friday, is the latest exhibit from the Regency Scotia School of Design (RSSD) in Glasgow. It is a treat for period costume enthusiasts. For the exhibit, the school borrowed 52 outfits belonging to both historical and current monarchs from museums around the world. Of particular note are the 4,000 year old headdress and accessories on loan from the Cairo Museum in Egypt as well as several stunning robes from the Forbidden City Museum in Beijing. In addition, fashion students from the school have created 38 replica outfits. All of the items are beautifully displayed on specially designed mannequins.

The exhibit will last for a month, concluding on April 30. Regular admission is £6.50, but students and faculty of the RSSD are admitted for free. Senior citizens pay £5.00, and children 10 and under pay £3.50. Inquire about student group rates by calling 555-3400. The exhibit space is located in the school's Leighton Hall, which is open from 10 A.M. through 8 P.M., Monday through Thursday.

Reading text 2:

TO Larry Dent
FROM Rhoda Augustine
SUBJECT RSSD Exhibit
DATE April 20

Hi Larry,

I saw an article in the paper about RSSD's current exhibit and am thinking of taking the students in my morning art classes there for a field trip. I called to find out about student group rates, and if there are 30 or more students, the admission fee is significantly lowered to £4.OO. But I only have 24 in total for both my morning classes, so I was wondering if you and your students might be interested in joining us. The community center's bus seats 55 people, so there should be enough room to accommodate everyone. It sounds like a really interesting display, and I think our students would learn a lot from it as well. There is no rush, but let me know whether you're interested by Friday so I can book the visit.

Thanks!

Rhoda

Reading text 3:

PAID IN FULL (cash)

Group Ticket for: Threads of Royal History Exhibition
Date: April 28 *This ticket can only be used on the indicated date.
Name: Terrington Secondary School
Rate: Student group rate
Participants: 48
Group Leader(s): Rhoda Augustine, Larry Dent

All visitors are required to proceed through the security checkpoint prior to admission. Photography is strictly forbidden. Please do not touch any item on display.

46. What is NOT true about Threads of Royal History?
47. Why did Ms. Augustine want Mr. Dent's students to join her group?
48. How much were the Terrington Secondary School students charged for admission?
49. What did Mr. Dent's students most likely do on April 28?
50. What are visitors to the exhibit asked to do?

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