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Đề ngày 26/08/2020

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PART 1

1.

PART 2

2.
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3.
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4.
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5.
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PART 3

6. Why did Tina miss the meeting?
7. What does the woman want to discuss with Tina?
8. What time does the woman want to see Tina?
9. Why is the man disappointed?
10. How long has he been working at the company?
11. What benefit does he get?
12. What is the man looking for?
13. How will he obtain more information about what he needs?
14. When does the woman want to speak to the man again?

PART 4

15. Who is the message intended for?
16. What was the clean-up drive like last year?
17. What time will the clean-up drive begin?
18. What is the main purpose of the announcement?
19. What should listeners do once they have tickets?
20. What is scheduled to happen at 9:15?

PART 5

21. Gary is late again. He's never _____ time!
22. Each year, the reclusive writer _____ 25 percent of his yearly earnings to an orphanage located just outside of the city.
23. Nobody wanted to _____ the meeting, but it was necessary to have time to cover the entire agenda.
24. Electric service will be restored as _____ as possible after the power outage problem on the second floor has been resolved.
25. You can _____ the cost of insuring your car if you keep it in a garage.
26. Thereupon, he _____ the hair dryers.

PART 6

Questions 27 - 29:

Reading text:

Packing Guidelines

In order to _____(1) breakage of merchandise and loss of shipments and to ensure accurate fulfillment of orders, please observe the following guidelines when preparing packages for shipment:

1/ Check the order form carefully to make sure the item number matches the item number and description in the catalog.

2/ Make sure that the address label has been _____(2) filled out and particularly that names have been spelled correctly.

3/ Each box must be _____(3) filled with packing material to protect the contents from damage.

4/ Packages must be ready to be picked up by the carrier before 3:30 p.m.daily.

Following these guidelines is of the utmost importance. Lost and damaged shipments cost the comany valuable time and money.

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

PART 7

Questions 30 - 32:

Reading text:

To: Marcie Camden (mcamden@dawsoninc.com)
From: Christina Garcia (cgarcia@eshopping.com)
Date: November 10
Subject: Your order

Ms. Camden,

This is about the two Lucia Simonetti designer handbags you ordered from our Web site on November 8. Unfortunately, one of the handbags, Model #452, is currently unavailable. It has been a popular item, and I'm sorry to say that we've just run out of stock. -[1]-. We placed an order with our supplier in Italy around a week and a half ago. -[2]-. The earliest we can expect the new items to arrive would be two weeks from today.

We would like to know if you still wish to proceed with your order. -[3]-. If so, we will send the available item, Model #450, by overnight shipping at no extra cost. Or you can wait for Model #452 to arrive, and we will ship everything together. -[4]-. Kindly send us a reply e-mail to inform us of your decision. I will be sure to keep you posted on any new developments as they occur. We apologize once more for the inconvenience.

Sincerely,
Christina Garcia
Sales representative
E-Shopping

30. Why did Ms. Garcia send the e-mail?
31. What is mentioned about Ms. Camden?
32. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "However, they informed us there could be a delay on account of a transport strike in Milan."
Questions 33 - 34:

Reading text:

Dear Mr. Jorgensen,

We are sorry to hear that you have been experiencing problems with your new Okawa desktop computer. While we usually require our customers to contact their Okawa service provider in the event of a problem, we recognize that, in your case, this would be impossible, since you are currently living abroad. Therefore, if you will carefully package the unit in its original carton and send it to us, our Okawa experts will examine it thoroughly to determine the source of the problem.
If it turns out that the problem requires a few minor adjustments, we will make the necessary repairs and return the computer to you within thirty days. If we determine that the unit is defective, we will send you an immediate replacement. Please remember to remove all important files from your hard drive to ensure that you do not lose them in the event that repairs are made.
Again, I am sorry that you experienced this inconvenience and thank you for purchasing an Okawa computer.
Regards,

Harold Plume
Service Department

33. Why didn't Mr. Jorgensen take the computer to a service center?
34. What is NOT one of the actions the company offers to take?

PART 7

Questions 35 - 39:

Reading text 1:

Dear Mr. Pompeii,

On behalf of FRT Electronics, I'd like to thank you for your interest in submitting to us a product proposal relative to the FRT Digital Cell Phone. We always appreciate receiving ideas from independent inventors.

Our firm receives many ideas, suggestions and proposals, and has many of its own projects under development. Nevertheless, we would be pleased to accept your proposal for review, provide it is accompanied by an acknowledgement letter signed and dated by you. Enclosed with this letter, you will find the specific terms and conditions (T&C) of submitting a proposal to FRT Electronic. If these terms are acceptable to you, please sign the document where indicated and return it together with your idea or proposal.

Please note: FRT Electronics will only accept the original copy of the T&C document.

Again, thank you for your time and interest in FRT Electronics. We look forward to hearing from you in the future.

Very truly,

Bob Appleby
Project Manager

Reading text 2:

Dear Mr. Appleby,

I have reviewed the terms and conditions that were sent to me in a letter dated June 23, 2007. Unfortunately, I spilled coffee on the original document and therefore have copied the terms and conditions for submitting a project proposal to FRT Electronics below:

I understand that:

1. Samples or other submissions will be returned to the submitter only if return postage or freight is prepaid.
2. The company accepts no responsibility for loss of samples in its possession.
3. The company shall pay compensation only in the event it, a) accepts the idea, and b) reaches an agreement with the submitter about intellectual property rights and commensurate compensation.
Note: contracts are drafted on an individual basis and will vary according to the estimated value of the proposed products or idea.

The foregoing terms and conditions are understood and acknowledged:

Charles Pompeii
June 25, 2007

I have also included the project proposal for your review. Thank you again for this great opportunity. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
Charles Pompeii

35. Why did Mr. Appleby send the letter?
36. In the first letter, the word "specific" in paragraph 2, is closest in meaning to
37. Which product does Mr. Pompeii intend to improve?
38. What is mentioned in the T&C document?
39. What could be the problem with Mr. Pompeii's T&C form?

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