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Đề ngày 23/08/2018

Thời gian làm bài: 17 phút

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


5. Who is being introduced?
6. Where did the speaker first meet her guest?
7. What will probably happen next?


8. The report shows that builders reserve the right to control the volume of the construction project on _____ own.
9. Get information on Port Smith's job market and connect with local businesses at this year's _____ lunch.
10. Participants in the Mumbai Business Seminars must pay a small fee to cover the cost of materials and _____


Questions 11 - 13:

Reading text:

Want to sell your property?

Why only sell to local buyers?

International-Properties. com offers the first international private property sales service. Our bilingual sales team enables the International-Properties. com network to sell your property directly to our database of international clients.

If you _____(1) to sell your property internationally, we will be the best choice.

We _____(2) working as a specialist for international property over the past 20 years.

By _____(3) your property description to International-Properties. com, your ad will be promoted on our network until the sale of your property.

11. (1)
12. (2)
13. (3)


Questions 14 - 16:

Reading text:

Our goal is to provide tourists visiting our city with the following services.

* Information on the city including tourist attractions.

* Free Interpretation
- English-speaking volunteers are on call 24 hours a day.

* City Tour Bus
- The City Tour Bus runs a course that covers major points of interest in the city.
- Buses come every 30 minutes.
- It usually takes 2 hours to finish the tour.

To find more about the center, visit our website at

14. What is NOT a service provided by the help center?
15. What can be inferred about the interpretation service?
16. What is NOT true about the tour bus?


Questions 17 - 21:

Reading text 1:

36 Young Street
April 23rd, 2006

Margaret McCarthy
84 Martins Street

Dear Ms. McCarthy,
Thank you for your recent inquiry about PowerGen Electricity. I apologize for not replying sooner. However, we have been having some trouble with our customer address database. This problem has now been resolved and I am pleased to answer your questions.

In your letter, you asked for advice on how to cut your electricity bill. We are aware that our customers want to find the most efficient, yet economical ways to use electricity in their homes. You might be surprised to learn that cutting down on electric costs is easy to do. I am enclosing a chart of the average enegry costs of most major home appliances. All you need to do is look at the chart, work out how many hours you use an item in an average week, then multiply that number by cost per hour. If you do this for each item on the list, you can calculate your monthly charge.

e.g. If you use your washing machine every day for one hour, you will need 17 cents per week. To reduce costs, wait till you have enough clothes for a full load. You could cut as much as 5 cents. This may not sound like much, but imagine reducing the time for every appliance. The total savings will add up. I hope this helps you.

Aian Bredhurst

Reading text 2:

Use the chart below to work out your monthly usage. We have listed the most common household appliances that most people use on a regular basis.

Applicance Average Energy Cost
Clock 4 cents/week
Computer (Monitor, Printer) 77 cents/week
Electric Blanket (125 watt) 1 cent/hour
Hair Dryer 9 cents/hour
Radio 11 cents/10 hours
Stereo 16 cents/10 hours
Television 22 cents/10 hours
VCR 2 cents/hour
Washing machine 2 cents/hour
Microwave oven 12 cents/hour
Oven 11 cents/hour

17. Who would be interested in this chart?
18. Which appliance uses the least energy?
19. What kind of company is probably Powergen?
20. Which of the following appliances is NOT mentioned in the text?
21. How much cheaper is using an oven than a microwave oven?

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