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Đề ngày 04/06/2018

Thời gian làm bài: 20 phút

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5. What are the speakers talking about?
6. What did the man do yesterday afternoon?
7. When will the speakers meet?


8. Where is this report most likely being broadcast?
9. What does the speaker say about traffic?
10. Who is sponsoring this report?


11. It's time we _____ the store. It's already ten o'clock.
12. The _____ interests of the corporation make it difficult for management to form definite decisions.
13. All students interested in the seminar must sign up no later than July 23 in order to get _____ to attend it.


Questions 14 - 16:

Reading text:

Dear Mrs. Jones,

Thank you for your letter of May 15th. I am very sorry that the handle of your new pan broke. I have _____(1) asked our supplies office to replace your pan.

We _____(2) every product very carefully, but, as with every large company,

_____(3) a faulty product does pass through. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Please enjoy the $50 gift voucher attached to this letter. I hope you will continue to shop at Headway Hardware.


Alex Morgan

Quality Control

Headway Hardware

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


Questions 17 - 20:

Reading text:

Proposal for funding of new communications studio at Weston College in Burmingham, Alabama

Background: Weston College has offered matriculating students as well as statewide high school students opportunities to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to become successful in a variety of disciplines within the mass communications field for 20 years. With a small communications program of 100 students, Weston is able to provide students with one-on-one attention and instill program participants with a wide spectrum of educational facilities in order to promote a well-rounded student population. The private college receives less than 5% of its annual income from public funds and mostly relies on private endowments for scholarship and facilities.

Proposal Project: The mass communications department, by request of the students, has decided to create a local television station which would provide community members an outlet for public service announcements, calendars and promotion of non-commercial, not-for-profit events. The station would be entirely student-run with the exception of school advisors and mentors.

Needs: To maintain a competitive status within the educational community. Weston College must keep up with technological advancements made in the communications industry. In order to continue to draw in top achieving students, the school should be able to continually provide students with all the educational facilities larger universities are offering without increasing matriculation costs.

Donor Benefits: The Weston College production studio will honor the program's top donors by using their name on the building and they will be recognized during a ribbon cutting ceremony at the time of the studio's grand opening. Other donors will be recognized publicly when the station is up and running.

17. Why does the college want to build this facility?
18. How will donations from individuals be used?
19. What will the college do to thank the highest donors?
20. Who made the proposal for the new center?


Questions 21 - 25:

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.

Charles Pompeii

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

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