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Đề ngày 11/03/2019

Thời gian làm bài: 19 phút

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Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
Mark your answer on your answer sheet.


5. Why does the man think it will rain?
6. What is the woman's problem?
7. What will the man do?


8. What will the listeners see first?
9. How many types of masks are displayed in the museum?
10. What does the speaker mention about the Korean pavilion?


11. Of the two final candidates, one is reluctant to work abroad so _____ will be considered for the position.
12. The road has just been _____ for better flows of traffic.
13. A processing fee of $3. 00 will be added to _____ received by telephone.


Questions 14 - 16:

Reading text:


In order to ensure the _____(1) of new hires, many companies have implemented a mentor program.

This is a formal way to provide new hires with the guidance they need to understand their responsibilities, to _____(2), and to keep from falling behind.

With a mentor in place, the new hire knows exactly whom to go to when confused about policies and procedures. In addition, many mentors conduct regular meetings with the people they are responsible for. This way they can make sure that no serious problems arise. A mentor does not necessarily replace formal _____(3) programs.

In fact, they often go hand in hand. New hires may need a lot of support initially. Mentors are a good way to provide this.

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


Questions 17 - 19:

Reading text:

Hanlan’s Coffee Company - Ethical Purchasing Policy

At Hanlan’s, we know that our customers like to drink only the finest coffee from around the world. We also recognize that they want to be sure that the people who grow that coffee are treated fairly. Many coffee producers provide their employees with poor working conditions and low pay, which are practices that Hanlan’s does not support. —[1]—.

Coffee companies that buy their stock on the open market never know exactly where it comes from. But at Hanlan’s, we take a different approach. We have exclusive contracts with farms in Guatemala, Ethiopia, and Vietnam. —[2]—. Because of this, we know exactly who is producing our coffee and the conditions in which it is being grown. We appreciate all the hard work of our farmers and ensure that they have acceptable working conditions and wages. But our commitment does’t end there. —[3]—. Hanlan’s pays them an additional 10 percent above current market prices as our way of saying "thanks."

Furthermore, to give even more back to these communities, we have started the Hanlan’s Development Foundation. Each year through this organization, we put five percent of our total corporate profits into building schools, water pumps and purification plants, and health care facilities in the towns and villages near where our coffee is grown. The main goal is to make certain that all our workers’ children are safe, healthy, and have the chance to go to school and receive a full education. —[4]—.

Find out more about Hanlan’s development projects, our coffee producers, and what you can do to support our cause at

17. What is indicated about Hanlan’s Coffee Company’s partner farms?
18. Who does the Hanlan’s Development Foundation mostly benefit?
19. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "By achieving this worthwhile objective, we’ll be able to continue our efforts."


Questions 20 - 24:

Reading text 1:

TO: El Paso Center for the Digital Arts (
FROM: Raymond Hardy (
SUBJECT: Classes
DATE: April 30

To Whom It May Concern:

My name is Raymond Hardy, and I’m the president of an amateur photography club here in El Paso. We heard that your center will be teaching some classes on photography this summer. I also understand you offer a special rate for groups. If so, we are interested in registering. Four of us want to take landscape photography at beginners’ level. Another three of our members want to take a more advanced class and would like to know whether you offer any. Could you send me some more information?

Please include details about where these classes are going to take place and how much they’ll cost, and I will pass the information on.

Best regards,

Raymond Hardy
Homestead Photo Club

Reading text 2:

El Paso Center for the Digital Arts: Upcoming One-Day Classes May 7-12

May 8 (Mon) May 9 (Tues) May 10 (Wed) May 11 (Thurs) May 12 (Fri)
7:30 P.M. 
Professional Photography
Instructor: Lindsay Arias
Cost: $50
8:00 P.M. 
Marketing your Photos
Instructor: carrie Felix
Cost: $48 
8:00 P.M.
Photographing With Natural Light
Instructor: Ben Greenwood
Cost: $52 
8:30 P.M. 
Landscape Photography 
Instructor: Sue Adler
Cost: $54 
7:00 P.M.
Wedding Photography
Instructor: Finley Kolwalski
Cost: $47

*Friday’s class is for advanced participants only.

Reading text 3:

El Paso Center for the Digital Arts: Class Registration Form

Please fill in the following details:


Name   Raymond Hardy Address 2094 Firebird Drive, El Paso, TX 79901
Phone  555-3004 E-mail
Do you have any professional photography experience? Yes □ No ■ 
Course  Landscape Photography
Payment method  Cash

The El Paso Center for the Digital Arts is a nonprofit organization focused on advancing people’s knowledge of film, photography, and graphic design. Please note that the center does not provide any cameras or accessories, and participants must supply their own. Those signing up as a group of three or more pay $30 each except for weekend classes. We will confirm your registration within 24 hours of receiving payment. Tuition fees are nonrefundable and must be paid one week prior to the start of any course.

20. What is the main purpose of the e-mail?
21. What is true about the Homestead Photo Club?
22. In the form, the phrase "focused on" is closest in meaning to.
23. How much will Mr. Hardy probably have to pay for his class?
24. What will Mr. Hardy be required to do?

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