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Cao Lanh 2 Highs School
Group of English
ONE PERIOD TEST
(Unit 1 → Unit 4)
Choose the word that has the underlined part is pronounced differently from the others:
A. affidavit B. applicant C. ages D. major
A. eligibility B. gear C. encouragement D. engineering
A. campus B. fabulous C. financial D. extracurricular
Choose the word whose main stress pattern is placed differently from the others:
A. chemistry B. engineer C. pharmacy D. bodyguard
A. university B. nationality C. examination D. auditorium
Listen to the recording and choose these following statements that are true (T) or false (F):
_____ In the earliest times children got no education.
_____ Adults passed down this knowledge through spoken language.
_____ When the world began inventing writing, schools were set up to teach reading, writing, arithmetic, and other subjects.
_____ The first schools were usually just for girls.
_____ In the past, there were schools which had differently purposes.
Read the following passage and choose the best option:
In Britain, the availability of higher education has increased greatly in the second half of the twentieth century. Nevertheless, finding a place in a university in Britain is not easy. Universities only take the better students. Because of this, and also because of the relatively high degree of personal supervision of students, nearly all university students are not supposed to take a job during term time. Unless their parents are rich, students receive a state grant of money that can cover most of their living expenses.
The Open University in Britain, which was started in 1969, allows people who do not have the opportunity to go to the university to study for degree. Its courses are taught through television, radio, especially written textbooks. Students work with their tutors, who discuss their written work, either at meetings or through correspondence. In the summer, they have to attend short residential courses of about a week.
In Britain, the availability of higher education has increased greatly in ____
The eighteenth century.
The second half of the nineteenth century.
The second half of the twentieth century.
The twentieth century.
Why don’t most students work part-time while taking their courses at the universities?
Because students are highly supervised at the universities.
Because state grants money to students from poor families.
Because their parents are rich.
A & B are correct.
_____ can go to the Open University in Britain.
People who do not have the opportunity to go to a university to study for a degree.
People who have the opportunity to go to a university to study for a degree.
People who are too poor to go to school.
All are correct.

They take their courses from____________________________
A. Television B. Radio C. Written textbooks D. All are correct
What is the role of tutors in the Open University?
A. They discuss their students’ written work, either at meetings or through correspondence
B. They sing happily
C. They do their research
D. They ask their students to read newspapers
Identify the underlined word or phrase A, B, C, or D that must be changed for sentence to be correct:
Lavoisier was the first to recognize the importance of accurately measurements when
A B
studying chemical changes.
C D
The smallest things in the universe, are paradoxically, be explored by largest machines.
A B C D
If you had the chance to meet famous writers, what do you ask them?
A B C D
Women were not allowed in participating in more than three events in 1932.
A B C D
Tom told Mary not to interrupt me while he was talking.
A B C D
Choose the best answer:
Son didn’t mean to be disrespectful to his teacher. He just couldn’t control his temper.
A. showing lack of trust. B. showing nervous
C. showing impolite behavior D. showing lack of attention.
Many students voluntarily spent their summer holidays teaching illiterate people to read and write.
A. people who are deaf B. people who don’t know how to read and write
C. people who are too poor to learn D. people who hate learning.
When there is famine in the country, the people must ______ the good will of other countries to provide them with the goods they need.
A. rely on B. rely at C. being replied on D. reply in
“When is Mr. Fields planning to retire?”
“Soon, I think. He ____ here for a long time. He’ll probably retire either next year or the year after that”.
A. worked B.