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tUU HoANG TRI KEYS sAr rAp rrffruG ,,rNrr t2 (Trtno crrUdruc rnimr rrri orfm; PBARSON Toi liQu phot mi6n phi, kh6ng bon NnA xuAr eAN oer uec eudc cra nA rv6r UNIT 1: LIFE STORTES A. PHONETICS I. l. hear 4. meet II. I. dear 6. pair - here - meat - deer - pear 2. read 5. maid - red - made dye 2. die 7. altar - B. VOCABULARY 3. week 6. rode 3. flour alter 8. aloud - rveak - road - flower - allowed 4. r.rare - hair 5. r.neat - nleet 9. blew - blue 10. sealing - ceiling & GRAMMAR I. 1. historical 2. slrateg: talented 3. generositvu 4. 6. 7. politician 8..figure 9. dedication 5. reprration 10. achieyement distinguished tI. l. travelled 2. stayed3. didn't know 4. saw 5. were walking 6. was coming 7. hurt 8. didn't break I II. l. was 2. was 3. were 4. loved 5. rvas studying 6. started - didn't finish 7. was travelling becarne g. got 9. started 10. dieil IV. 1. I was peeling some onions and the knife slipped. 2. He was playing football and he felI over. 3. We were sunbathing at the weekend and rve stayed out too long. 4. He was walking in the rain and he got very wet. 5. They were staying in Hai Phong when there was a terrible storm. 6. She u,,as travelling home from school and she left it on the bus. V. l.a-The 2. a-a-The 3.a-A-the 4.an-a-The-the-the a-a-the-The -the 6. a-The 7.O-The 8.a-the 5. VI. 1. the 6. the vII. 2. the 3. the 7.a 8. the 4. the 5. an 9.4 t0. a l.B 2.A 3.D 4.B 5.C 6.D 7.8 8.A 9.D l0.c C. READING I. l. T 2.F II. Tas[ 1. l. NG 3.NG 4.T 5.F6.F 7.T 8.NG 2.F 3.T 4.F 5.F 9.NG l0.T 6.7 Task 2 l. anthology 5. memorabilia III. Task 1. Task l.E 2. l.F 2. pioneer 6. intact 3. surrealist 2.D 2.T 3. F 4,G 3. F 4.7 4. biographies 5.A 6.B 5.T 6.F 7.T 8.F Bdi tdp Tidng Anh 12 - 3 tx. Tavk.3 i 46. Le Thanh He was brought up in the state of Neu York. 2. His increclible perfonnance dLrring lrigli school earned him adnrission Harr ard Univursitl to . 3. Tlie reasons were that he didn't get pernrission to use the photos, the stndents didn't like his ranking. and so nranl,people sau'Facemash otr llarvard servers. 4. Within the nert irear it irnmediately spread to other colleges in the United 5. It lias over one billion and seven hundred million users. 6. iie got ilre offtrs. like selling the site, or getting ad revenue. 7. lt is one of tlie uorld's biggest ollline busittesses. 8. He got married in 20 12. l.D lv-. 2.C 3.A 4.8 5.B D. SPEAKING 1.C 2.G 3.B 4.8 6'.4 5.H 8B 7.D 6.A of professor in Viet of Nam. I 16. ambition {I : l0.c tx. -16. in Ttian_s Long. uNlT 2: URB, A. PHONETICS I 15.D I.B 2.D 3.A 4.C : t-) Vl.26.B 21.D28.8 29.A 30.C 3l.B 32.C 33.D3'1'Cl5{ vrr.36. c 37. A 38. D 39. B 40. B vlil.4l . c 42. F 43. D 44.8 45. E -" I. L Manl' cities have unreliable 2. of wastewatcr ieri. Trvo decqdes icri ago ,'ltr . Ltrl ., to cleatt water or boiled rr ii :-. V. 22.was raining 21. was waiting 24. artived - were still wearing 23. was lying - heard 25. was looking found - had Ngu; crr DLt. u ltose pctt -tt.rt: - 47. Nguyen Du witnessed rnany'char dynasties, and his works reflected' 48. Nguyen Du's poems displayed the 49. His life, career and works. especi walks of life in Viet Nam and scho 50. Nguyen Du was rccognised as a \\i I. 5.C ll.A l2.D 13.B l4.C 20 Sttcccs's 17.work 18. inten'iev' l9.failw"e 4 - Lr-ru Hoing Tri 3.A +.B : 8.C I i) 16. lalentetl 11. uchievantanr V.2l.an 22.O 23.the ll .r - j '. vt. 26. D 27. Il 28. C lq \ v,.36. D 31. B j8. A -:e r VIII.4l. ll -12. G 4i" D 1-1 L -r l , 20 I 0. TEST 1 (Unit l) lV. '-'. ).\ 8.F 8. ProfessorChaureceivedtheFietdsMedal inMathematicsinAugust20l0inlndia. 4.B 9.D : . t+il. l. D 2. A III.6. B 7.D 9'C l0D becoming the country's youngest-ever professor. 7. He joined the mathernatics faculty at the University of Chicago on September I+II. I.C 2.D 3.B IIr.6.D 7.8 8.B During his 38 1'ears of rulr politics. military. and ect n..:r 48. He initiated the Hong D r. (' . . Viet Nam, aud tr.irotnoted itt: .11 - : TEST 2 in Paris. 5. He obtained a PhD irr 1997 frorn the lJniversitl'of Paris-Sud under the supervision received the title ,' ': 49. He himself was a gre ai Lrrrci ,1 50. Vaiuable docunrellts \\erc )-.-[-e Thanh Tong as a \\'oi'l.i C.. States. E. WRITNNG 1. Ngo Bao Cltau ivas born in 1912 itt an intellectual famil,v in Ha Noi' '2. At the age of 15, he entered the rnatheniatics specializatiorr class at Ha Noi National Universitl'. i. In grades il arrd 12. Chau participated in the 29th arrd the iOtr' lnternational Mathelratical Olynlpiad (lMO) and becante the first Vietuatnese student to wirl trvo IMO gold rnedals. 4. lje r.r,as off-ered a scholarship b1'the Flench government for undergraduate study 6. ln 2005, at the age of 33, he kiir: .: Viet Nam's prosperous st.r_:i IV. ].D Professor C drard Laumon. 'l-ong is the i. Witlr steadih decljrrirrg .11 \: 1ar ri itii ' RO iroito ptrrily ,t6:l,' J. Thc Ihai rrr go\ crlulrur]' 5. .,1- - -' - facilities to suppofi busincss ::.. : Rural ioei poor ioci peoplc ir:.-- ,.ecorrontic opporttrnities - ' - lx. 46. Le Thanh Tring is the king whose ork. school earned him admission to permission to use the Photos, the so many people saw Facemash on nanre and contributions ciosely linked to Viet Nam's prosperous stage in the iate l5ri' centurt," 41 . During his 38 years of ruiing, King Le fhanh l'ong carried out refonns iir politics. nr i I itary,, and econorrry,. .18. He initiated the Ilong Dr-rc Code ra'hiclr nrarked a high level of civilizatioir of Viet Nam, ancl plonroted national cultural values^ 49. He himse lf rvas a great poet rvith a riuurber of vaiuaDle poenis. 50. Valuable docunrents il'ere submitted to TJNESCO for the recognition of King t-e Thanh l-on_s as a Wcrld Cultural Cele bliti. ro other colleges in the United States. million users. or getting ad revenue. businesses. TEST 2 (Unit 1) 6.A 7.D 8. 6.A 7.D B 9.C l+ll. l.D 2.A 3.A 10. D III.6.B 4.8 9.t) r.A 10.C il.C t2.B 13. c 14. A 15. A IV. 8.F 16. intellectual family in Ha Noi. .:ecialization class at Ha Noi in the 19s and the 30th International the first Vietnamese student to win government for undergraduate study ofParis-Sud under the supervision - :' - ].D 8.C :--,':!'s:ir in Vict of Nanr. talentetl 17 . achieveittcnt 18" raspe t'toblc 19. genr:ro.sit.t' 20. di.stingtri,sltecl V.2l.arr 22.O 23.rhe 24.a 25.the vt.26.D 27.8 28.C 2S.A i0.D it.B vrr. 36. D i7. B 38. A ie. C 40. il vHI. 41. Il .12. G 4i. D 44. C 45. E 32.C 33"A:]4.8 35.D IX. 46. Nguyen Du. u'hose pen-nanles are'fo i.\ltu and Thanh Hien, u,as born in 1765 in Thang Long. 47. Ngu5en Du rrituessetl nranl'changes in the transition fronr tlie Le to Nguyen dynasties. and iris *,orks reflected Viet Narr's society during these vears. 48. Nguyen Du's poerns displa,,-'ed the spiritual life of Vietnanrese people. 49. His iifle. career and rvorks. especialiy The Tale of Kieu. interest readers ol all lvalks of lile in Viet Nant and scholars abroad. 50. Ngul'en Du nas recognised as a World Cultural Celebrity by UNESCO in 2013. UNIT 2: URBANISATION A. PHONETICS I. l.B 2.D 3.A 4.C 5.D 6.B 7.D 8.A 9.A 10. B II. ilffi,fi iBD fltldt: il|fl{llll lll 'l lll - ,-- 35. A L Many cities have unreliilble 'iuerir po\!er,'aoi supplles riLr,. insufflcient treatnleut of rvastcrvater ,'cri. 2. Two decades cr,'ago 1r<,ri. urbau househqlds,'.ro,'i.-)oi used simple carbon filters to clean u,ater or boiled /olr' it belbrc drinking. l. With steadily decllning i'ari water cluality, rrran1'households iixri iorii nou,'Lrse RO iaorto pqriFy loci /ar,/ u'ater fbr drinking. 4. The Thai /1;t governnient icoi fuiled r'cr to provide iarl infrastructure and facilities to support business developntent in outlying /ari regions. 5. R.ural ioc. poor ioei people mlgrate iari to urbarr areas /cei in search of better cC\)nun r ic opporf un it ies. Bai ftp Ti.dng Anlt 12 - 5 B. VOCABULARY I. & GRAMMAR l. urhanisation 2. ittilttstriolisation 3. nronagerne nt 4. qualitv 5. resottrces 2. utte ntplr.n'ncnt 3. sanitation 4. Slums ll. l. Urbanisotion 5. Denseh, populatccl 6. 8. sv'irch o/J' 9.dct'ply-roolad III. l. well-hchavecl axpuncling T.thought-provoking 8.long-tcrnr lV. l. be 2. corrre 3. tell 5. write 7. grabs/grabbed l0.industrialisation 5. be/ come 2. be named 6. have 7. be vr. l.A 2.A 7. 9. np-to-date 10. high-cost 4. speak stav 5.8 6.A 7.D 8.C 9.A lO.C 2.T l. initiated 3.F 4.F 2. boom 3. deals 4. II. l. 2. 3. 2.F l. l.T 5.F 6.F 7.F 8.7 3. T transactions 5. preferential 6. debts 4.T 5. T 6. F 7.T 8.7 builrup area such as a town or city. The number of people living in urban areas tends to increase. It is 90 per cent. 4. More and nrore peoplc are choosing to live on the edge of urban areas - with rnany relocating to the countryside. 5. Because many people u'iil drive their cars into the city cer.rtre to get to work and it causes a bottleneck and congestion. 6. It nreans extrenre differences betlveen poverty and r.vealtl.r. as rveil as in people's well-being and access to things like.jobs, housing and education. 7. Because the inner-city is typicalll'a zone with older housing and declining industry. 8. Thef improve the physical environment of the area. the quality of housing, and the technology' in industry. Task 3 L inner city rrr.r.B l.B IV. planners 6. physical 8.A 9.D t0.C 2. bottleneck 3. congestion 4. well-being 5. 2.8 3.A 4.D 5.C 2.A 3.C 4.D 5.C 6.8 ].C D. SPEAKING l.F 2.C 3.A 4.H 5.E 6 - Luu Hohng has 6r'crr r/ /-/.r. . ' ' 2.E i...\ I :r : l III. 1.E 2,C 3.B J:] ] I+ll. l.A 2.c 3.A i:r tv. growth 16. l.T "[usk 2 It is a 5. There II. l. C ,,' -i l'7. 1 : pot'tt'tt l\ V. Tosk 2 Task There rla.r u / t.s, 1960 to 2010. TEST C. READING t. Task 1. -- six decades. 8. return 3. be postponed 4. be permitted 5. be controlled 8. know 9. be 10. be built 3.B 4.B l. The urban area t ill ri: -",'.' 2. Urban areas c\panJ) I\: -. 3. There is a sleodt urcri'.;'- , l. 2. dcnsclt populated 3. kind-heartcd 5. ./at-/t'ee 6. dow'n-murket 4. long-lasting v. l. take WRITING E. I. Tri 6.8 7.G 8.D I I . be supplied ll. har. - vll.36.c 37.8 38.D,ls : - : VIII.4l.B 42. E .13. G -1-j a -l IX. 46. Overall. the ratio ol ui-:., - r. : population ratio expcricri\ - . 47. ln 1950. about 90o'o o1'tlr: :- . of urban dr.r'ellers at the sa:' . ' . 48.'I'he nert seven-decade a stead)'decrease in the rLr:.: ,19. ln 2020, 369'i, of the popul:.: 50. In 20.13. it is erpecteJ rl::: popLrlation. I+II. I. C 2.D III.6.B 1.C IV. I J, B 8.A 6. though-prorokine 19. weather-beaten v.21. A Yt.26.B 22.D 21. A. vII. 36. D37. A vut. 4l . c 23. A 28. D 18. C 41. B - pe: : r :. - : : :' ', , '.,. E. WRITING - .- . -. -. i . rasources I. l. The urban area will rise sharplv in rhe.first three decades of the 2 !'t cenhuy. 2. Urban areas erpands tvice as.fast as urban population. 3. Tlrere is a.slcttdv increase in greenhouse gas emissions.from cities over tlte past sir decades. There ryas u rise o.f 50% in thc perccrtrage of urhan poptrlation in Asia./i"ont 1960 to 2010. 5. There has been a rise of 300'% in the nuntber of megacities since r990. II. l. C 2.8 3. A 4. D 5.8 4. .- ... -.;..; -' i.iit,i-lteorled 6. tlov n-tnurkel a. trp-to-dale 10. high-cost . :; IIt. l.E i speak .1. i'eturn .: - :.: perrnitted 5. be controlled - -r. 10. be built , i rD 8.c 9.A 10.C I+Il. l.A 2.C III.6. D l. A 5. T 7.F TEST 1 (Unit 2) 5.8 3.A 4.D 8. C 9.8 l0. D ll. B t2.D t3.c 14. A l5. B grot,th 17. potet't.v- 18. o1tportunities 19. leyels 20. protlttctit"it.y, v. 2 l. 8.7 5. preferential 6. debts 6. F 8.7 7.T _s.A IV, 16. 6.F 2.C 3.B 4.D be supplied 22. have 2i. be taken 24. be set 25. be esrablished vI.26.D 21.8 28.C 29.A 30.B ll.C 32.A 33.D 34.A i5.B vrr.36. c 37. B 38. D 39. A ,10. B vilI" 4l.B 12. E 43. G 44. C 45. D IX. 46. overall, the ratio of urban population goes up continuously. ri,hile the rural population ratio erperiences a steady fall. : ris to 47.lt't 1950. about 90% of tlre population Iived in rural increase. live on the edge of urban areas - with into the city centre to get to work and areas ronrpared to over I0zo of urban dwellers at the same time. ,18. 'I'he next seven-decade period lras seen a steady r.ise in the urbarr population and a steady decrease in the rural population. 49. In 2020,36% ofthe population lives in urban areas" u,ltile 6,1_16 lives iri rural areas. 50. In 2043. it is expected that Viet Nam's urban populatian rvill exceed the rur-al popu latiorr TEST 2 (Unit 2) I+II. I.C2,D 3.8 4.C 5.A III.6. B 1, C 8. A 9. C IO. D ll.c 12.B i3.Cr 14.D i5.A lV. I6. though-provoking 17. year-round 8. never-ending 1 19. weather-beaten A 22.D 27. A vtl. 36. D37. A VIII. 41. C Y.21. Yt.26.B 20. long-lasting 23. A 2,1. A 25. B 28.D 29. C 30. B 31. 38. C 39. A 40. A 42. B 43. C .14. A 45. E C 32. A 33.D 34. B 35. A Bdi tQp Tidng Anh 12 - 7 6. IX. .16. Continuing population growth and urbanization are expected to add 2.5 billion people to the rvorici's urban population by, 2050, with nearly 90% of the increase cr-rncentrated in Asia and Africa. 47. N4ost rriegacities and Iarge cities are located in the northern hemisphere. 48" India, China and Nigeria together are expected to account for 37 per cent of the expected Sro\r,th o{ tlre world's urban population between 2014 and 2050. 49. About one eighth ol'the world's population lives in the 28 megacities with rnore tharl l0 rnillion inhabitants. 50" 'Ioky,o is erpecte - Xem thêm -