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Đề ngày 19/08/2020

Thời gian làm bài: 32 phút

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PART 1

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PART 2

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PART 3

6. How many sisters does John have?
7. How many children do John's parents have?
8. How many younger sisters does John have?
9. Who is Myra Lawrence?
10. Look at the graphic. When will the man probably visit the botanical garden?
11. What is the man instructed to do?
12. What will the man do today?
13. How does the man feel?
14. What does the man say he will do if they get caught in traffic?

PART 4

15. Where was the dog lost?
16. What color is the dog?
17. How much money will be given for help in finding the dog?
18. Who most likely is the speaker addressing?
19. What is mentioned about Global Education?
20. Look at the graphic. Which is the largest room at the event?

PART 5

21. If you are _____ to, please mention this place in next week's article.
22. The number of individuals being recruited by the company this summer for temporary jobs _____ to exceed fifty.
23. London is home to people of many _____ cultures.
24. This page contains Java Script routines to compute a _____ of descriptive statistics and create a stem and leaf display.
25. After five months, Booden Inc. is still _____ with the loss of eight of its high level managers.
26. Nowadays, accountants are _____ the services they offer with budget analysis, investment planning, and IT consulting.

PART 6

Questions 27 - 29:

Reading text:

New Pediatrics Unit for Glass Bay Hospital

The Bay Area regional Health Board announced yesterday that the state government has _____(1) the plan to build a new pediatrics unit at Glass Bay Hospital. The unit, which is budgeted at over $5 million, will be able to accommodate over 120 patients, making it one of the largest publicly-owned pediatrics wards on the west coast. Construction work will begin on the unit in July, and it is expected to be completed by January next year.

The development is good news for residents in the Glass Bay region. At _____(2), locals have to travel to the major hospitals in San Francisco to seek specialist care for their children. Now they will have their own pediatrics ward with state-of-the-art facilities and technology.

The Director of Glass Bay Hospital, Michael Steer, was delighted with the decision to go ahead _____(3) the construction of the unit: "We're developing a truly world-class facility here for the people of Glass Bay."

27. (1)
28. (2)
29. (3)

PART 7

Questions 30 - 34:

Reading text:

When you bring in a new employee, it is important to make sure that he or she understands the usual office procedures as well as the codes of behavior. These things should be outlined clearly in the employee handbook. New employees should understand that they are expected to do more than just glimpse at the handbook and then hide it in a drawer. A thorough reading of it will help them understand many things they need to know about the workplace culture. Employees also appreciate verbal reinforcement. Supervisors should let them know when they have completed a job well, or if they are bending the rules too far. More experienced coworkers can be asked to support new employees while they are getting used to their new positions and explain procedures to them, but ultimately it is the supervisor's responsibility to make sure that the normal office practices are carried out. When everyone understands what is expected, then the office procedures run more smoothly. In fact, it is not a bad idea to review the codes and procedures with the entire staff from time to time. This can be done on a regular basis at staff meetings, or it can be part of a training session.

30. What should new employees do with the handbook?
31. What should the supervisor do when an employee breaks a rule?
32. How can experienced coworkers help new employees?
33. The words "bring in" are closest in meaning to
34. The word "codes" is closest in meaning to
Questions 35 - 37:

Reading text:

For Sale

1986 Celebrity Eurosport.
Low mileage and one careful previous owner.
Don't miss this one! Classic F-platform. Has original doors and GM/Delco stereo! New exhaust, shocks, tires, and brakes.
All replaced within last 6 months. Needs a paint touch-up and some minor repair work on fenders, rear bumper, and engine. Seat covers and Ziggy window shade included. Reliable transportation for a student, or as a second car. $400 or best offer.
Cash only please. Call Randy, 398-3412, weekdays before 5 p.m.

35. What part of the car needs repair?
36. What form of payment does the seller want?
37. When could an interested buyer call?

PART 7

Questions 38 - 42:

Reading text 1:

TO Marian Kentley
FROM Brayden Craig
SUBJECT Order inquiry
DATE May 2

Dear Ms. Kentley,

My name is Brayden Craig, and I work at Peakland Dairy in Surrey. Our shop will be launching a new selection of ice cream this summer, and we are currently searching for ingredients. We plan to include a strawberry variety, and we would like to place a bulk order with you. This would be for 250 kilograms. Could you let me know if your farm has the means to fulfill such a large order and, if so, what the cost would be? Naturally, if sales are good, we will place another order next season.

Also, in addition to vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry flavors, we may feature a new variety in the future. We are considering using raspberries and are wondering if your farm grows them. If so, we would like to place an order for 250 kilograms of them when they are available.

Regards,

Brayden Craig

Reading text 2:

Kentley Farm, 5948 Coast Road, Abbotsford, B.C.

ORDER FORM:

NAME Brayden Craig COMPANY Peakland Dairy
PHONE (604)555-4229 E-MAIL cr_brayden@peaklanddairy.co.ca
BILLING ADDRESS 443 Spruce Road, Surrey, B.C DELIVERY ADDRESS Same as billing address

Product: Seasonal strawberries
Amount required: 250 kilograms
Cost per kilogram: $12.00
Delivery date: May 10
Instructions: Wash well.

SUBTOTAL: $3,000.00
TAX: $210.60
DELIVERY: $120.00
TOTAL AMOUNT DUE: $3330.60 (PAID IN FULL)

Thank you for placing an order with Kentley Farm. Should there be any problems with your delivery, contact Marian Kentley at mkentley@kentleyfarm.co.ca or (604)555-4059.

Reading text 3:

Get $3 off Peakland Dairy's New Organic Ice Cream!

Thank you for visiting Kentley Farm today! You can now enjoy our strawberries in Peakland Dairy's new organic ice cream line, made with completely natural ingredients! Choose from vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and their featured flavor of coffee all made with hormone-free milk and cream. Simply bring in this coupon to wherever Peakland Dairy products are sold including Softies Supermarkets, Wilton Groceries, and Day-and-Night Convenience Stores, and receive $3 off your purchase of a 500ml carton of any organic ice cream variety!

*Offer valid for one item only and may not be combined with any other promotion.
Offer expires September 1.

38. What is true about Peakland Dairy in the e-mail?
39. In the e-mail, the word "means" is closest in meaning to
40. What has Mr. Craig most likely requested?
41. What is suggested about Mr. Craig?
42. What is indicated about Kentley Farm?

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