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Đề ngày 17/08/2020

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PART 1

1.

PART 2

2.
Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
3.
Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

PART 3

4. Why did the woman drop by George's garage?
5. Why did the man take his car somewhere else?
6. According to the man, what happened to the mechanic he knows at George's garage?
7. What is the relationship between the speakers?
8. What does the woman ask the man?
9. What will the woman probably do next?

PART 4

10. Where is this talk probably taking place?
11. What is the main purpose of this talk?
12. What is suggested about the speaker's company?

PART 5

13. He _____ the position if he had applied for it.
14. People who have wanted to buy a home but couldn't afford to will be able to qualify, _____ interest rates remain moderate.
15. The main _____ of the new electronic notepad is internet use.
16. The bank is offering a new service that will allow patrons to examine personal transactions listed in a _____ weekly statement.
17. Talk to your insurance agency about the _____ your plan provides.

PART 6

Questions 18 - 20:

Reading text:

CITY HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES

- When you arrive, check in with the nurse on duty at the front desk.

- All patients must have signed _____(1) from a doctor before entering the hospital.

Please give the signed form to the nurse.

- The nurse will also need to see a form of identification and proof of insurance. We cannot _____(2) anyone to the hospital without these.

There will be no exceptions.

- The nurse will complete the pertinent paperwork and assign you to a room.

- Please wait in the designated area. A hospital staff member _____(3) you to your room.

- Family members are not permitted to accompany patients to their rooms. They must wait until the usual visiting hours to see their loved ones. A schedule of visiting hours is posted in the main lobby.

18. (1)
19. (2)
20. (3)

PART 7

Questions 21 - 24:

Reading text:

Gloria Arden [8:20 A.M.] I've been looking over everyone's progress reports on the software project. Based on what I've seen, I don't think we'll be able to meet our scheduled release date.
Isabel Cabrera [8:22 A.M.] You may be right about that. Since Bob and Carol moved over to the new hardware project, we've had some trouble meeting the initial deadlines.
Gordon Brickyard [8:26 A.M.] Couldn't we just reschedule the release? Pushing it back a month ought to give us enough time to finish up.
Joe Freemont [8:28 A.M.] But remember that the product is supposed to be available for the holiday season, which is our peak sales period. If we miss that deadline, we could lose many potential customers.
Gordon Brickyard [8:31 A.M.] My team has a lot of urgent responsibilities, so I think it would be a good idea to hire some independent contractors to help out.
Gloria Arden [8:32 A.M.] What are you thinking?
Gordon Brickyard [8:33 A.M.] Well, they could help my team finish writing the user manual, for one thing. And they could probably handle product testing as well.
Gloria Arden [8:35 A.M.] I see. What's your opinion, Isabel?
Isabel Cabrera [8:37 A.M.] It could end up being expensive, but I like the idea. Our graphic designers could certainly use some outside help, too.
Gloria Arden [8:40 A.M.] Well, it sounds like we should go with Gordon’s idea. I'll also bring it up during the board meeting on Friday to see what they say.

21. What caused a project to fall behind schedule?
22. Why most likely is changing the release date unacceptable?
23. What is suggested about Mr. Brickyard's team?
24. At 8:32 A.M., what does Ms. Arden mean when she writes, "What are you thinking"?

PART 7

Questions 25 - 29:

Reading text 1:

Boston Concert Hall

An internationally well-known theater production, Broken Promises, will be shown at the Boston Concert Hall from December 5 to 7. Periso Dramatists Award-winning playwright and director Lisa Adams has been on tour with her crew around the world since last month, visiting South Africa and Canada so far. Do not miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the thought-provoking and enthralling play. Tickets are $90 each for the general public and $75 for members of the Boston Concert Hall. Tickets are available at the door or at www.bostonconcerthall.com. A membership discount can be applied to up to 2 tickets per member. A complete list of the crew members, photos of the play from the past, and a brief background history of the playwright can also be viewed on the Web site.

Reading text 2:

To: Samuel Ferris (s.ferris@donaldaccounting.com)
From: Melinda Nafure (m.nafure@donaldaccounting.com)
Date: November 26
Subject: Broken Promises

Hi, Samuel.

Did you know that the play Broken Promises is coming to Boston in December? Since I personally know the director, as she used to live next door to me when I went to college in Sydney, I am eager to see her production and to talk to her. Would you like to watch the play with me? I will pay for the tickets if you say yes.

Sincerely,
Melinda

Reading text 3:

Boston Concert Hall Online Ticket

Broken Promises
December 6, 7:15 P.M.

Customer Name: Melinda Nafure
E-mail Address: m.nafure@donaldaccounting.com

Admission for 2 ($75 each)
Seats: B25, B26

FOR YOUR INFORMATION:
• Please print out this ticket and present it at the door for admission.
• Go on www.bostonconcerthall.com for cancellation or change of tickets.
Please show up at the concert hall 15 minutes before the stated time to be seated.
• There will be a brief picture-taking section after the play.

Thank you.

25. What is suggested about Broken Promises?
26. What is available on the Boston Concert Hall’s Website?
27. Who is Ms. Nafure?
28. What is indicated about Ms. Nafure?
29. What are ticket holders requested to do?

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