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Đề ngày 29/10/2018

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


5. How long will it take to drive to the university?
6. Why is the woman surprised?
7. Why does it take so long by bus?


8. How long has the speaker been involved in photography?
9. What kind of photos does he prefer?
10. What is one disadvantage of his hobby?


11. _____ terms of product quality and customer service, our company surpasses the competition.
12. There is no reason to question her _____ to our company.
13. The bids must be reviewed by the engineers to make sure all engineering _____ for the project are met.


Questions 14 - 16:

Reading text:

Beginning at 10 a.m.on Monday, October 8, 2007 the Walnut County Road Committee will _____(1) a lane closure on Witt Road, from Ellido Street to Jean Paul Avenue, for utility installation.

There could be significant delays. Therefore, motorists are advised to seek an alternate route.

It is anticipated that this project _____(2) and all lanes will be reopened to traffic by approximately 5 a.m.on Friday, October 12, 2007.

However, please note that all dates are tentative and _____(3) to change.

To maintain the safety of road crews, please reduce speed and drive cautiously when you pass through the work zone. The Road Committee thanks you in advance for your patience.

If you have any questions concerning this project, please contact Nick Estrin, Project Engineer at 555-802-2547 or via email at nickssn@roads. com.

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


Questions 17 - 21:

Reading text:

When developing a plan for a new business, the entrepreneur quite naturally wants to eliminate all risk. While it is impossible to avoid some risk, the goal is to minimize it as much as possible. How can we do this? Thorough research and careful planning are the keys. There are two parts to good research. First, you must demonstrate that there is a need for the product or service you plan to offer. Are there enough people out there who would be willing to pay for it? Second, you must look at your competition. What do you have to offer that your competitors do not? Is your product or service of better quality in some way? Is it cheaper or more easily available? Is there a niche in the market that your competitors are not addressing? If what you have to offer is identical to what your competitors are offering, your business is not likely to be successful. These are some things to consider when evaluating how well you can measure up against the competition. Once you have evaluated a need for your product or service and determined how yours will be different from your competitors', you are ready to begin the next part of your plan - financing.

17. What is this article mostly about?
18. What does the author say about risk?
19. According to the article, what can lead to the failure of a new business?
20. The word "addressing" is closest in meaning to
21. The word "demonstrate" is closest in meaning to


Questions 22 - 26:

Reading text 1:

August 8

1 2 3
office visit, Japan-America Society
4 5
staff meeting
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19
staff meeting
21 22
President's birthday
office closed
23 24 25      26
annual softball tournament
28 29 30 31
end-of-month sales meeting

Reading text 2:

Subject: August Calendar
Date: July 19

I have been asked to inform you of some changes to the summer events calendar. I would like to ask you to add these changes to the calendar posted in your offices, and to be sure to announce them at your monthly sales meeting at the end of this month. I have attached a copy of the original calendar, but I am afraid you will have to mark the changes for yourselves.

The first change is to the date of visit from the Japan-America Society. This has been postponed for a week and will happen the following Wednesday instead. Next, the annual softball tournament was marked incorrectly as Thursday and Friday, the 25th and 26th. It will be held, as always, on the fourth Friday and Saturday of August. In other words, the 26th and 27th. Finally, the meeting on August 31st is canceled.
Thanks for noting the changes.

Jason Potter

22. How often are the sales meetings scheduled?
23. What date will the Japan-America Society visit the office?
24. How long does the sporting event last?
25. What will happen on the fourth Monday in August?
26. Which event has been canceled?

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