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Đề ngày 05/08/2020

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PART 1

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PART 2

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3.
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5.
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PART 3

6. What does the company do with garments that have defects?
7. How many of the garments end up with defects?
8. What type of garment does the company manufacture?
9. What does Frank want to do?
10. What can be inferred about Tim?
11. What does the woman suggest that Frank do?
12. Who is the woman speaking to?
13. What is the purpose of the call?
14. What does the woman ask the man to do?

PART 4

15. Who most likely are the listeners?
16. What does the speaker mean when he says, "We don't need to discuss pay increases today"?
17. What does the speaker tell listeners to do?
18. Why is the speaker calling?
19. Look at the graphic. Which flooring type did the listener mention?
20. According to the speaker, how can the listener get information about the materials?

PART 5

21. Although the doctor recommended that he _____ go to work for three days, he went to work today.
22. _____ most convenience store chains, ShopperCon's stores are open twenty-four hours, every day of the year.
23. After a hard day at work, we like to _____ to soothing music.
24. The company encourages its employees to exercise outside working hours because physically _____ people are generally better workers.
25. After a six-month _____, BEA Systems managed to find the ideal location for the new research center.
26. Could you show me how to _____ the copy machine?

PART 6

Questions 27 - 29:

Reading text:

The Keys to Great Sales Presentations

If your business depends _____(1) on selling products or services to other firms, then you and your staff need to make great sales presentations.

Here's how to make presentations that show _____(2) clients exactly what your company can do for them.

.Rehearse every aspect of your presentation.

.Read in front of a mirror to practice eye contact.

.Rehearse in front of a friend or colleague who can offer _____(3) criticism.

27. (1)
28. (2)
29. (3)

PART 7

Questions 30 - 32:

Reading text:

WINSPEAR HOTEL
3498 Ada Boulevard, Edmonton AB T6A 2C1

November 14

Paul Mansbridge
2405 Cottonwood Lane
Windsor, ON N9B 3P4

Dear Mr. Mansbridge,

Thank you for the letter dated November 12 regarding your stay at the Winspear Hotel in Edmonton. -[1]-. I understand that you and a colleague were our guests from November 8 to 10 but had some issues during your visit.

The manager on duty, Melanie Depuis, has notified me that one of the rooms you had reserved was double-booked. -[2]-. Unfortunately, we could not correct our mistake after your arrival since the hotel was at full occupancy. We are very sorry, and enclosed are two vouchers for a complimentary one-night stay at any Winspear Hotel nationwide—one for you and one for your associate, David Solomon.

You also said you thought our buffet breakfasts were complimentary. In regard to this, morning meals are only free for those staying in our premium accommodations. -[3]-. As you and Mr. Solomon stayed in a standard room, we had to charge you for your breakfasts. I apologize for any misunderstanding. -[4]-.

We value the continued patronage of our guests, and we hope the vouchers will make up for any inconvenience.

Sincerely yours,

Kimberley Bell

Kimberley Bell
General manager, Winspear Hotel
Edmonton

30. Why did Mr. Mansbridge most likely send a letter on November 12?
31. What is true about Mr. Mansbridge?
32. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "As a result, you were forced to share a room with your traveling companion."
Questions 33 - 34:

Reading text:

Knitting Class Series: Spring 2008

Instructor: Bobbie Purnell
First Session: February 11, 25, March 3, 10 12-2 PM
Second Session: March 17, 24, April 7, 14 12-2 PM
Room: To be determined

This is a wonderful opportunity for beginners to learn about the art of knitting and for experienced knittes to perfect their skills. Experienced and advanced-level knitters are also welcome.

Fee: $15 for knitting materials. Fee will be waived if you bring your own materials. (cash only)
Capacity: 15 beginner-level students and up to 5 advanced-level students
Register: Please contact Bianca Mona, New Haven Diversity & Community Center at ws_div-comm@knitting.com or stop by 128 Zankel Building.

33. What has NOT been decided yet?
34. What should one do to enroll in the program?

PART 7

Questions 35 - 39:

Reading text 1:

http://www.stclaireeditewrite.com/about

Ruben St. Claire: Freelance Writer/Editor

ABOUT Contact Portfolio/Writing Samples

Services
I write, edit, proofread, and research materials on a wide variety of topics. If your association, business, or institution requires help creating or perfecting magazine articles, blog posts, newsletters, or press releases, do not hesitate to contact me.

Major Clients
Borton University Alumni Association, North East Gardener's Journal, Urban Planning Association of Georgeville, Sportsworld Outfitters, Society for the Decorative Arts

Awards
National Association of Businesses Communications Award, GRB Prize for Editorial Excellence, Georgia P. Smythe Freelance Writers' Award

Reading text 2:

To: Ruben St. Claire
From: Christa Gables
Date: February 28
Subject: Inquiry

Dear Mr. St. Claire,

I am the proprietor of an online retail business, and I recently came across your Web site. I am interested in possibly hiring you to work on a series of short blog posts for my online clothing store, FineThreads.com. I went through your portfolio and noticed that you have done quite a lot of work for an athletic wear company that I know rather well. I believe you may fulfill my requirements as I retail similar types of products. Initially, I would need you to write three pages of copy to post on my Web site. If I am satisfied with your work, I will have three hours of research and about six hours of proofreading assignments for you to do as well. Please send me a list of your fees and an estimate for the total cost. Hopefully, we can get started as soon as possible.

Sincerely,

Christa Gables

Reading text 3:

St. Claire Editing and Writing Services
(805)555-3988/ rstclaire@stclaireeditwrite.com

Invoice: 001 March 6
Christa Gables, FineThreads.com
14 Lewis Crescent
West Center, OH 49242

Type of work Quantity/Time Price
Writing 3 pages $225
Proofreading 6 hours $120
Research 5 hours $100
Subtotal
Tax
Total Amount Due
$445
$44.50
$489.50
The total amount is due no later than five business days from the invoice date, and online payments and bank transfers are accepted. If you are sending a check, make it payable to: Ruben St. Claire.
Thank you very much for your business!

35. What is NOT indicated about Mr. St. Claire?
36. What is the main purpose of the e-mail?
37. With which of Mr. St. Claire's clients is Ms. Gables most likely familiar?
38. What does Ms. Gables ask Mr. St. Claire to do?
39. What can be inferred about Ms. Gables?

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