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Đề ngày 04/12/2019

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6. When is the report due?
7. What kind of report is it?
8. How does the man feel about the situation?
9. What has happened to the company's sales since last year?
10. What does the woman think is the main reason for the problem mentioned?
11. According to the woman, how can the problem be solved?
12. Where is the conversation taking place?
13. What does the woman ask for?
14. What can be inferred about the place?


15. Why does the woman like the recreation center?
16. What did the woman make?
17. When does the woman want to start knitting classes?
18. What type of event is being held?
19. Look at the graphic. What is the projected revenue in Southeast Asia for next year?
20. What does the speaker mean when he says, “With our outstanding reputation and an effective marketing strategy, it’s possible to meet our projection”?


21. The house was in bad condition so they got it _____ down.
22. Some of the suggestions proposed by the assistant manager had to be declined _____ they did not reflect the company's approach to employee relations.
23. It is as fast and efficient to _____ with your pharmacist as with your physician.
24. Tiffany Rings offers a complimentary _____ service to keep your ring as beautiful as it was the day you received it.
25. During the one-week promotional period, we offer all the visitors and customers 10 dollars worth of kitchen appliances _____ free of charge.
26. _____ you must know what we need?


Questions 27 - 30:

Reading text:

KYR Commonwealth Trust Application Period to Open August 1

Organizations _____(1) funding may be in luck. The KYR Commonwealth Trust has announced that grant applications for local businesses will soon be available. According to spokesperson Meryl Pond, proposals will be accepted from August 1 to September 30. _____(2). Applicants should note that one aspect of the initiative has changed. Businesses have traditionally used the funding to supplement their existing programs. _____(3), they will now be expected to use the money to develop new services for the community.

"We’re willing to give grant recipients more _____(4) than before. But we expect more in return for this additional money. We want to inspire the design of better, more productive programs that can make a bigger difference for more people," she said.

27. (1)
28. (2)
29. (3)
30. (4)


Questions 31 - 33:

Reading text:

We asked 100 students, "What is your favorite class?" Here are their answers:


We also asked the reasons why these students preferred the class. These are the most popular answers:

1/ They liked the teacher.
2/ The class was easy.
3/ They had good friends in the class.

We then asked the students, "What is your least favorite class?" Here are their answers:

Physical education

31. What is the most popular class?
32. Why might students like their class?
33. Which of these classes is most disliked by students?
Questions 34 - 37:

Reading text:

Sylvie Depardieu,
Small Business Association of Windover,
P.O.Box 7465,
Windover, VT

Dave Mitchell
Manager, Sunrise health Foods
154 Beecham Avenue, Unit 3A
Windover, VT

Dear Mr. Mitchell,
As a long-time member of the Small Business Association, I'm sure you're as upset as the rest of us about the recent hydro rate increase of 29 percent which took effect in October. The difference in our monthly electricity bills is considerable, and for small businesses such as ours that are struggling to make ends meet, I'm sure I don't need to tell you what the increase could mean in the long term.
I wanted to let you know that, as President of the Small Business Association of Windover, I have taken the initiative to contact the State Corporation Commission on behalf of the Association to voice the concerns of small business owners in the area and to register our opposition to this rate increase.
In doing so, I was informed that final approval for this increase has not yet been given to Vermont Hydro by the Commission. Commissioners will decide in the near future whether to approve all, some, or none of the requested 29 percent increase. If the full 29 percent increase is not approved, customers will receive a refund for any overcharges (so save your monthly statements).
This pending decision gives us an opportunity to prevent the increase. That is why I am writing to all of the members of the Association to ask for your support. As customers of Vermont Hydro, we can all contact the Commission and register our opposition to this rate increase. Now, it is your turn to be proactive. Call to register your opposition and pass the word along to businesses in other areas served by Vermont Hydro; even your friends and family could call - every little bit helps.
You can call the State Corporation Commission at (800)553-7845 between 8:15 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. You will be directed to leave your name, address, telephone number and a statement of opposition. The call takes only 2 to 3 minutes. Every call is tabulated and will hopefully make a difference in the final decision made by the commissioners.

Sylvie Depardieu

34. What is the current position of the sender?
35. What is the main purpose of this letter?
36. What information is NOT included in the letter?
37. Who should be contacted about the matter?


Questions 38 - 42:

Reading text 1:

February 4

Dear Ms. Montessori,

As you are probably aware, my contract will expire at the end of March. We have already discussed my plan to retire, so hopefully this does not come as a surprise. This letter serves as official notification of my intention to step down as the company's vice president of finance. I would be happy to stay on for an additional month to train and assist any replacement you choose.

I have truly enjoyed my time with Homestead Properties and appreciate all the support I've been provided over the years. I will miss working with my wonderful colleagues, but I will stay in touch.

Thank you very much for all the opportunities you and the board of directors have afforded me.


Edward Grainger

Reading text 2:

TO Florence Ingram
FROM Elizabeth Montessori
SUBJECT Party preparations
DATE March 12

Hi Florence,

You've likely heard the news about Mr. Grainger. I would like to organize a dinner party in his honor. You did such a wonderful job of planning our awards dinner last fall, and I was wondering if you'd be willing to take care of the arrangements for this event as well.

We plan to spend up to $6,000 on the party's location. The board and I will take care of the gift. The date would be March 27, which is a Friday. I can send you a list of people we would like to invite later today. I imagine 50-60 people will be attending. As before, the company is happy to offer you an extra $500 on your next paycheck as compensation. Please let me know if you're interested as soon as possible.


Elizabeth Montessori
COO, Homestead Properties Inc.

Reading text 3:


NAME Florence Ingram COMPANY (if applicable) Homestead Properties Inc.
PHONE (608)555-4995 E-MAIL
EVENT DATE March 27 EVENT TIME 7 P.M.-10:00 P.M.
EVENT SITE 2nd Floor, Victoriana Event Hall

MEAL: Four-course dinner with beef, fish, and vegetarian options
BEVERAGES: Open bar with soft drinks, wine, and cocktails
SPECIAL REQUESTS: Microphone and projection system with sound

This form serves as confirmation of your reservation, and receipt of your $2,500 deposit. The remaining funds of $2,500 is payable upon the conclusion of your event. In case of cancellation, the deposit is non-refundable. The total amount of $5,000 is inclusive of a $500 service fee.

38. What is the main purpose of the letter?
39. According to the e-mail, what will Ms. Ingram be offered?
40. What did Ms. Montessori ask Ms. Ingram to do?
41. What can be inferred about Ms. Ingram?
42. What has Ms. Ingram requested from the Grand-Mont Hotel?

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