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Đề thi TOEIC rút gọn ngày 02/07/2021

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7. Where is the woman going?
8. What should the woman do at Bay Street?
9. What does the man say about the headquarters building?
10. What is the problem?
11. When did the man purchase some curtains?
12. What does the woman mean when she says, "it's not all bad news"?
13. What does the man want to know?
14. According to the woman, how many people are expected to show up this evening?
15. What is Shirley most likely doing now?


16. Who is most likely speaking?
17. What does the speaker say about the building?
18. According to the speaker, which of the following is not available to the residents?
19. Who is the intended audience of this talk?
20. Why is the speaker mentioning the safety record?
21. What safety equipment is used at the factory?
22. Why did the listener travel to London?
23. Look at the graphic. Which transaction does the speaker want to discuss?
24. What is the listener asked to do?


25. Bristano Machine, Ltd. first _____ the computer market in 1987 with the introduction of its Model A-2 desktop.
26. Despite _____ more employees for the factory, the production manager still believes the facility is understaffed.
27. Nobody was allowed to see him at _____ time during the meeting.
28. Your full participation is _____ to our timely completion of this project.
29. With today’s technology capabilities, you can do more tasks than just send mail _____ on the Internet.
30. _____ for construction contracts has been getting stiffer over the years since it can generate enormously lucrative earnings.
31. If you don't have a will and you die, your estate will be _____ according to a strict legal formula that may cause a troublesome dispute over your belongings.
32. _____ parts stored in the warehouse may be procured at special sale prices, which are negotiable.


Questions 33 - 36:

Reading text:

Use of Company-Owned Vehicles

Many employees drive company-owned vehicles as a part of their jobs, so it is important for us to make sure everyone is fully aware of the appropriate measures that must be followed to borrow a company vehicle. The following is a list of employees’ _____(1) regarding the borrowing process.

First, please fill out and submit an application form at least 3 days _____(2) the date on which you wish to use a vehicle. In addition, after you _____(3) the application form, make sure to get the signature of the head of your team on the application form before turning them in.

Once you submit the application form, the management team will review it before making a decision.

_____(4). Thank you for your cooperation in advance.

33. (1)
34. (2)
35. (3)
36. (4)


Questions 37 - 38:

Reading text:

On Friday, August 9, Chucktown Area Regional Transportation Association (CARTA) will be redirecting commuters. Buses connecting downtown area 1 (Market Ave & Thurmond St.) to uptown area 4 (Rivers Street & Colemen Blvd) will be using the Charlie River bridge to avoid Highway 61. Crews will be working to repair power lines and clear the street of debris over the weekend caused by last week's hurricane. Signs will be posted at each bus stop around the Chucktown metro area informing passengers of route changes. Delays can be expected.

Repairs and clean-up of Highway 61 should be completed by Monday, August 12.

Customers requesting further information or having questions should contact CARTA information Services at 875.5836 or visit the Web site at

37. What will the workers do over the weekend?
38. What information will signs give the passengers?
Questions 39 - 42:

Reading text:

Edmond Estrada Wins Albuquerque Judge's Seat

March 18-A spokesperson for the Albuquerque District Court announced that Attorney Edmond Estrada has won his bid for the judge's seat. -[1]-. He will replace current Judge Wendy Delwes, who confirmed earlier this year that she is retiring at the end of March.

In his role as an attorney for the past 25 years, Mr. Estrada has been involved in thousands of legal cases. These included both civil complaints and landlord-tenant cases. -[2]-.

"It has been my privilege to serve the citizens of Albuquerque in my capacity as a lawyer," said Estrada, "and to have witnessed the capable leadership exhibited by Judge Delwes for many years. Through her example, I have learned a great deal about how our courts work best for the people of Albuquerque. -[3]-. Indeed, I feel honored to be succeeding her."

In addition to his legal experience, Mr. Estrada is active in the local community. -[4]-. According to Mr. Estrada's biography, he is a member of the Rio Rancho Land Commission and has volunteered with numerous local charities.

39. What does the article mainly discuss?
40. What is indicated about Ms. Delwes?
41. What is NOT mentioned about Mr. Estrada?
42. In which of the positions marked [1], [2], [3], and [4] does the following sentence best belong? "And in every legal matter he has handled, he has shown a firm commitment to the pursuit of justice."


Questions 43 - 47:

Reading text 1:

12 Buffalo Lane
Buffalo, New York

April 18

Bill Hipster
Epson Pharmaceuticals
157 health Valley Dr.
Chicago, IL

Dear Mr. Hipster,

My name is Dr. Ivan Rigby, and I am a professor of Molecular Biology at Illinois State University (ISU). I am writing on behalf of Melvin Tobin, who I believe would make an excellent candidate for the Research Aide position your company is offering this summer.

Melvin is a junior at ISU, and for the last three years he has consistently received the highest grades in his class. Last year, he submitted a research paper, "Mapping the Human Genome," which was published in The Scientist, one of the most prestigious science journals in the country. Recently, Melvin was awarded the Scientific Research Award for his outstanding work in the field of molecular research.

Despite his busy academic schedule, Melvin manages to find time to volunteer at the local elementary school (teaching science of course!), and write for the campus newspaper, ISU News. He is friendly, compassionate, and hardworking, and he is destined for great things. I feel strongly that this young man would be a great addition to your company.


Dr. Ivan Rigby

Reading text 2:

August 20

Dr. Ivan Rigby
Department of Molecular Biology

Dear Professor Rigby,
I would like to express my gratitude for the recommendation letter you wrote to Epson Pharmaceuticals and I apologize for the lateness of this letter conveying my thanks.

I have learned more in my brief role as an Assistant Laboratory Technician than I have in all three years at ISU. As you may have noticed, the company was unable to hire me for the position that you recommended because it had already been filled, but I have really enjoyed working as an assistant technician instead. I only have three more weeks before I return to ISU, but the company has already asked that I join their team after I graduate!

They are offering me the position of Laboratory Technician and assigning me to work in the division that researches medication for patients recovering from heart surgery. In addition to an excellent salary, they are also offering me free housing on the Epson Campus, which is located just three miles from Lake Michigan.

Despite recent allegations that the company is producing drugs that do not meet federal standards, I feel this is a great opportunity to work for the largest pharmaceutical company in the country. Thank you once again for helping me get this wonderful opportunity. I look forward to attending your classes next semester.


Melvin Tobin

43. Why is Dr. Ivan Rigby sending the letter to Bill Hipster?
44. Which of the following was NOT mentioned about Melvin Tobin in the first letter?
45. What will Melvin receive if he accepts the full-time job offer?
46. What happened to Epson Pharmaceuticals recently?
47. What can be inferred about Melvin's position at Epson Pharmaceuticals?
Questions 48 - 52:

Reading text 1:


Coming Soon... Duty-Free Shopping at Botwell Department Store

Botwell Department Store, situated in the heart of Cape Town, is pleased to announce that on April 12 it will be opening a new duty-free store designed for all international travelers. Located on Botwell's fifth floor, the establishment will feature luxury goods such as cosmetics, perfumes, liquors, jewelry, and more. In celebration of the opening, all items by Moreno Luggage and Lydia Cosmetics will be marked down by 20 percent until May 15. To buy any product being sold in the duty-free store, customers will need to provide a passport and a ticket that will be used for an international departure within 28 days. Those who are members of the Botwell Frequent Shopper program can receive an additional 10 percent off all duty-free products.

Reading text 2:


I'm very grateful to everyone for helping to make the first week of our duty-free store a success. Overall, I am pleased with your efforts and with how well the store ran. However, there are a few important things to take note of.

First, I received a number of complaints about our voucher program. Please recall that it is our policy to give vouchers to customers who make purchases totaling $500 or more. These vouchers allow them to take advantage of discounts on our partner establishments' Web sites. Please remember to give one to every eligible customer.

Second, if a member of our frequent shopper program has lost his or her card, we cannot offer the reduced price. However, shoppers may keep their receipts and get reimbursed for the difference once the card has been located or replaced.

Thank you for your attention to these matters, and keep up the good work.

Reading text 3:

Botwell Department Store Receipt

Issued: April 19
To: Emilia Fortich Citizenship: Spanish
Passport number: XCV81324
Flight: Vela Airways VI342
Date of departure: April 21 Destination: Madrid, Spain

Item Quantity Price
Riley leather handbag (plum) 1 $160.00
Lydia Cosmetics lipstick 1 $46.00
Leganz digital camera 1 $258.00
Daphne Boutique scarf 1 $62.00
TOTAL $526.00

Please note:
Cape Town Airport Authority (CTAA) regulations prohibit the transport of more than 100 milliliters of liquids and gels onboard unless the products have been purchased at a duty-free store and secured in a plastic bag bearing the official CTAA seal. Furthermore, note that such items must be removed from luggage when passing through a security checkpoint.

48. What is NOT mentioned about Botwell's new establishment?
49. What is the purpose of the notice?
50. Which product did Ms. Fortich probably buy at a discount?
51. What is true about Ms. Fortich?
52. In the receipt, the word "secured" is closest in meaning to

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