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Đề ngày 03/12/2018

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5. What does the man want to buy?
6. How much is the sale?
7. When does the sale end?


8. Where is this announcement being given?
9. What is the final destination?
10. Which of the following is NOT true?


11. Due to preparations for this years trade fair, the February committee meeting _____
12. The seminar leader wanted all the attendees to give him some _____ feedback about the session.
13. Participating in public-service _____ is just one of many ways companies can improve their company image and bring unity among their employees.


Questions 14 - 16:

Reading text:



Subject: board meeting


We all missed you at yesterday's meeting, but you will be happy to know it went well. We were able to adhere _____(1) the agenda and cover all topics in the allotted time.

Wilbur gave a _____(2) explanation of the budget, and now i feel we all understand it quite thoroughly.

He plans to e-mail you a copy of his notes. The meeting _____(3) on time, at 5:00.

The next meeting is scheduled for June 16.


14. (1)
15. (2)
16. (3)


Questions 17 - 21:

Reading text:

With winter quickly approaching, I thought it would be appropriate to devote a portion of November's issue to discussing how winter affects our minds and bodies, and how we can cope with the shorter, colder, and darker days.

An article published in the Journal of Medicine revealed that 3 out of every 5 people in the country are affected by Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Common symptoms include lack of energy, increased need for sleep, mood swings, and depression.

This winter is going to be the coldest in ten years. The good news is that a number of scientists and psychologists have developed interesting and effective remedies to help those affected by SAD escape the ailment that leaves them wanting to crawl into bed, bury themselves under the blankets, and hibernate until spring. In this issue, we have included three different articles which discuss SAD and provide helpful solutions for preventing it.

On page 13, in an article entitled "Staying Creative and Productive this Winter," Dr. Leonard O'Reilly, a psychologist who has been studying SAD for the last ten years discusses how high-intensity artificial light, which simulates the longer days of summer, can help people reduce the effects of SAD this winter. Dr. O' Reilly even designed a lamp that you can put beside your bed.

You'll find a second remedy to SAD on page 23, in an article called "Sleeping through SAD." The article features a discussion about SAD with Dr. Lauren Scott, a researcher at Hedrick University in Germany. Finally, on page 34, you'll learn how Dr. Livingston and Dr. Sue Tao of the National Psychiatric Institute discovered that cognitive behavioral therapy, a form of psychological therapy, can stimulate brain activity and increase energy levels.

17. What will November's issue be mainly about?
18. What is NOT a common symptom of SAD?
19. The word "escape" in paragraph 3, is closest in meaning to
20. What can be inferred about Dr. O'Reilly from the article?
21. Which of the following is a remedy for SAD mentioned in the article?


Questions 22 - 26:

Reading text 1:

From: Mary Helmsford
To: Linda Watercrest
Subject: Conference

Dear Linda,

As you requested, I am writing to provide you with some more information about the conference at the end of the month. It will be held at the Gillmor Conference Center in San Francisco, California, on Saturday, May 14th.
The conference is a great way for New Media Inc. employees to meet other people in the entertainment industry. The conference schedule is as follows:

8:00-10:00 A.M. "Understanding the Customer" presented by market analyst, Richard Preyer

10:15-12:00 A.M. "Making an Effective Presentation" presented by CEO of Anderson Entertainment, Brian Thompson

12:00-1:00 P.M. Free lunch

1:30-3:30 P.M. "Increasing Productivity" presented by Director of Sales at Phillip Mortin Media, Bob Ross

3:45-5:45 P.M. "Future Trends in the Entertainment Industry" presented by Phillip Trent, author of "The 10 Most Successful Media Companies"

5:45-6:00 P.M. Closing remarks by Samuel Wright, conference coordiantor

Please note that New Media Inc. will pay for the registration fee, accommodation, and all meals. Employees are expected to pay for transportaion to and from the conference. I hope you find this information helpful.

Mary Helmsford
Director of New Media Inc.

Reading text 2:

From: Linda Watercrest
To: All employees
Subject: Conference

Hi, everyone! I am just writing to inform you that there has been a slight schedule change for the conference on Saturday. You may have already heard it on the news, but Richard Preyer suffered a heart attack on Thursday night and is recovering in Mercy Hospital. Unfortunately, he will not be able to give his presentation as planned. I have been informed by the conference coordinator that Michel Tupper, the Director of Customer Relations at Fleet Media, will be presenting instead. He will talk about his 20 years of experience dealing with customer complaints under the title of "How to Satisfy the Customer." Also, if you have any speial meal requests for the conference, please contact Mary Helmsford at 895-326-6547 by May 4th.

22. Why did Mary Helmsford write the email?
23. What does Mary Helmsford say about the conference?
24. What are employees expected to pay for?
25. What is TRUE about Michel Tupper?
26. Which seminar was cancelled at the conference?

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