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Câu 1 [64016] - [Loga.vn]

Health advice is now the second most popular topic that people search for on the internet, and online medical consultation is big business. Sites vary enormously in what they offer, with services ranging from the equivalent of a medical agony aunt to a live chat with a doctor via email. They are clearly (49) _________ a demand from people who are too busy or, in some cases, too embarrassed to discuss their medical (50) _________ with their GP.

Question 50:

Câu 2 [64014] - [Loga.vn]

Health advice is now the second most popular topic that people search for on the internet, and online medical consultation is big business. Sites vary enormously in what they offer, with services ranging from the equivalent of a medical agony aunt to a live chat with a doctor via email. They are clearly (49) _________ a demand from people who are too busy or, in some cases, too embarrassed to discuss their medical (50) _________ with their GP.

Question 49:

Câu 3 [64012] - [Loga.vn]

Clare Harrison rarely falls ill and hates going to the doctor’s when she does. So when she recently (46) _________ out in a painful rash down one side of her body she emailed her symptoms, (47) _______ also included a (48) _________ fever, to e–doc, the internet medical service. Two hours later she was diagnosed as having shingles (Herpes Zoster) by her online doctor, who prescribed a special cleansing solution for the rash and analgesics to help relieve the pain.
Health advice is now the second most popular topic that people search for on the internet, and online medical consultation is big business. Sites vary enormously in what they offer, with services ranging from the equivalent of a medical agony aunt to a live chat with a doctor via email. They are clearly (49) _________ a demand from people who are too busy or, in some cases, too embarrassed to discuss their medical (50) _________ with their GP.

Question 48:

Câu 4 [64009] - [Loga.vn]

VIRTUAL DOCTORS

Clare Harrison rarely falls ill and hates going to the doctor’s when she does. So when she recently (46) _________ out in a painful rash down one side of her body she emailed her symptoms, (47) _______ also included a (48) _________ fever, to e–doc, the internet medical service. Two hours later she was diagnosed as having shingles (Herpes Zoster) by her online doctor, who prescribed a special cleansing solution for the rash and analgesics to help relieve the pain.
Health advice is now the second most popular topic that people search for on the internet, and online medical consultation is big business. Sites vary enormously in what they offer, with services ranging from the equivalent of a medical agony aunt to a live chat with a doctor via email. They are clearly (49) _________ a demand from people who are too busy or, in some cases, too embarrassed to discuss their medical (50) _________ with their GP.

Question 47:

Câu 5 [64006] - [Loga.vn]

VIRTUAL DOCTORS

Clare Harrison rarely falls ill and hates going to the doctor’s when she does. So when she recently (46) _________ out in a painful rash down one side of her body she emailed her symptoms, (47) _______ also included a (48) _________ fever, to e–doc, the internet medical service. Two hours later she was diagnosed as having shingles (Herpes Zoster) by her online doctor, who prescribed a special cleansing solution for the rash and analgesics to help relieve the pain.
Health advice is now the second most popular topic that people search for on the internet, and online medical consultation is big business. Sites vary enormously in what they offer, with services ranging from the equivalent of a medical agony aunt to a live chat with a doctor via email. They are clearly (49) _________ a demand from people who are too busy or, in some cases, too embarrassed to discuss their medical (50) _________ with their GP.
Question 46:

Câu 6 [64004] - [Loga.vn]

Questione 45. Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Câu 7 [64002] - [Loga.vn]

Question 44:Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Câu 8 [64001] - [Loga.vn]

Question 43: A person who says lies habitually must have a good memory.

Câu 9 [64000] - [Loga.vn]

Question 42: Vaccines are one of the most important measures of prevention medicine to protect the
population from diseases and infections.

Câu 10 [63999] - [Loga.vn]

Question 41: Before the newspaper became widespread, a town crier had walked throughout a village or
town singing along the news.

Câu 11 [63997] - [Loga.vn]

Question 40:Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

Câu 12 [63993] - [Loga.vn]

Question 39: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

Câu 13 [63988] - [Loga.vn]

And nor should you; there is no secret to getting a First – this is just an account of how I got my First. Be a happy student by striking the right balance between working and enjoying yourself. Take what you do seriously and do your best. And, no matter what you do don’t forget to appreciate every day of your university studies: it is one of the greatest periods of your life.
Glossary:
University degree classifications in the UK:
– First class
– Upper second (2:1)
– Lower second (2:2)
– Third class (3)

Question 38: It can be inferred from what the write said in the last paragraph that _______.

Câu 14 [63984] - [Loga.vn]

Question 37: All of the following are mentioned about factors that help the writer to succeed at university EXCEPT _______.

Câu 15 [63981] - [Loga.vn]

I could guarantee every book on my reading list was out on long loan from the university library within five seconds of the list being issued. This was worrying at first, but I quickly learned that it was impossible to read all of the books on an average reading list anyway. I sought shortcuts. Collections of selected readings or journal articles were excellent sources that often saved me the bother of reading the original texts. References in books dragged me all over the place but with all the courses I had to do, there wasn't enough time to be dragged too far. I would flick through the book, read the introduction, note any summaries, look at diagrams, skim the index, and read any conclusions. I plucked out what was needed and made my escape.

Question 36: The word “flick through” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to _______.

Câu 16 [63979] - [Loga.vn]

What does it take to graduate from university with a First?

Mark McArdle, first–class degree holder from the University of Lancaster, tells how he did it.


Don’t spend too much time at the student lounge, do turn up for most lectures and tutorials and do submit all coursework – eventually. That, I was told by a PhD student during freshers’ week, was all I needed to do to get a 2:2. For a 2:1, I’d require a better attendance record and have to work harder, but not at the expense of being cut off from civilization. And for a First I would have to become some sort of social outcast, go to even lecture and tutorial (scribbling notes madly), spend every waking moment immersed in academic books, and be among the last to be thrown out of the university library at 10 pm closing time. Well, I did not give up my life for study. I didn't attend every lecture and tutorial. I didn’t write down every word spoken in lectures. I didn’t get 80% or more in every essay, project, test or exam. I was usually behind with my reading and occasionally mystified by the syllabus. Sometimes I couldn't be bothered to go to university and stayed at home instead. But I always knew where I was what I had to do and what not to bother with. And I always worked hard on the things that counted: assignments and exams.
Getting a degree is about learning, but it isn’t just about learning biology, history, English or whatever. It’s about understanding what you need to succeed − what, in fact, the university wants from you and what you will get in return. You have to have a feel for the education market and really sell your inspirations. What does the lecturer want? What is the essay marker searching for? Some students try to offer something not wanted. Others want to give very little − they steal the thoughts of others and submit them as their own. But they all want to be rewarded. Exchange, but don’t steal, and you’ll get a degree.
I could guarantee every book on my reading list was out on long loan from the university library within five seconds of the list being issued. This was worrying at first, but I quickly learned that it was impossible to read all of the books on an average reading list anyway. I sought shortcuts. Collections of selected readings or journal articles were excellent sources that often saved me the bother of reading the original texts. References in books dragged me all over the place but with all the courses I had to do, there wasn't enough time to be dragged too far. I would flick through the book, read the introduction, note any summaries, look at diagrams, skim the index, and read any conclusions. I plucked out what was needed and made my escape. I revised by discarding subject areas I could not face revising, reading, compiling notes, and then condensing them onto one or two sheets of A4 for each subject area. Leading up to the exam, I would concentrate on just the condensed notes and rely on my memory to drag out the detail behind them when the time came. I didn’t practice writing exam questions, although it was recommended. I prefer to be spontaneous and open– minded. I don't want pre–formed conclusions filling my mind.
And nor should you; there is no secret to getting a First – this is just an account of how I got my First. Be a happy student by striking the right balance between working and enjoying yourself. Take what you do seriously and do your best. And, no matter what you do don’t forget to appreciate every day of your university studies: it is one of the greatest periods of your life.
Glossary:
University degree classifications in the UK:
– First class
– Upper second (2:1)
– Lower second (2:2)
– Third class (3)

Question 35: Why did the writer not practice writing exam questions?

Câu 17 [63975] - [Loga.vn]

Don’t spend too much time at the student lounge, do turn up for most lectures and tutorials and do submit all coursework – eventually. That, I was told by a PhD student during freshers’ week, was all I needed to do to get a 2:2. For a 2:1, I’d require a better attendance record and have to work harder, but not at the expense of being cut off from civilization. And for a First I would have to become some sort of social outcast, go to even lecture and tutorial (scribbling notes madly), spend every waking moment immersed in academic books, and be among the last to be thrown out of the university library at 10 pm closing time.

Question 34: The word “immersed” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _______.

Câu 18 [63970] - [Loga.vn]

Getting a degree is about learning, but it isn’t just about learning biology, history, English or whatever. It’s about understanding what you need to succeed − what, in fact, the university wants from you and what you will get in return. You have to have a feel for the education market and really sell your inspirations. What does the lecturer want? What is the essay marker searching for? Some students try to offer something not wanted. Others want to give very little − they steal the thoughts of others and submit them as their own. But they all want to be rewarded. Exchange, but don’t steal, and you’ll get a degree.


Question 33: In the third paragraph, the writer warns against _______.

Câu 19 [63965] - [Loga.vn]

Don’t spend too much time at the student lounge, do turn up for most lectures and tutorials and do submit all coursework – eventually. That, I was told by a PhD student during freshers’ week, was all I needed to do to get a 2:2. For a 2:1, I’d require a better attendance record and have to work harder, but not at the expense of being cut off from civilization. And for a First I would have to become some sort of social outcast, go to even lecture and tutorial (scribbling notes madly), spend every waking moment immersed in academic books, and be among the last to be thrown out of the university library at 10 pm closing time.

Question 32: The PhD students who spoke to the writer _______.

Câu 20 [63963] - [Loga.vn]

What does it take to graduate from university with a First?

Mark McArdle, first–class degree holder from the University of Lancaster, tells how he did it.


Don’t spend too much time at the student lounge, do turn up for most lectures and tutorials and do submit all coursework – eventually. That, I was told by a PhD student during freshers’ week, was all I needed to do to get a 2:2. For a 2:1, I’d require a better attendance record and have to work harder, but not at the expense of being cut off from civilization. And for a First I would have to become some sort of social outcast, go to even lecture and tutorial (scribbling notes madly), spend every waking moment immersed in academic books, and be among the last to be thrown out of the university library at 10 pm closing time.[...]

Question 31: What is the main purpose of the passage?

Câu 21 [63961] - [Loga.vn]

Question 30: Amy and Jacob are talking about the two–day excursion at the end of the school year.
Amy: “You look so sad. _______”
Jacob: “I couldn’t get my parents’ permission to stay the night away from home.”

Câu 22 [63960] - [Loga.vn]

Question 29: Mark and Anne are talking after the class.
Mark: “Guess what? I’ve been recruited to be a member of Green Dream Volunteer Group.”
Anne: “_______”

Câu 23 [63959] - [Loga.vn]

Question 28: “Would you like to come out to dinner with me tonight, Jenny?” Paul said.

Câu 24 [63958] - [Loga.vn]

Question 27: Mark delayed writing the book until he had done a lot of research.

Câu 25 [63956] - [Loga.vn]

Question 26: Greater use of public transport would cut the amount of pollution from cars.
 

Câu 26 [63951] - [Loga.vn]

Question 25: Sharon _______ to Italy twice before she ______ Rome for the first time.

Câu 27 [63947] - [Loga.vn]

Question 24: He left last month to take _______ a new position as Director of the Trade Department.

Câu 28 [63943] - [Loga.vn]

Question 23: If human beings _______ brains twice their normal size, _______ automatically more
intelligent?

Câu 29 [63935] - [Loga.vn]

Question 22: The television, ______ so long been a part of our culture, has an enormous influence.

Câu 30 [63930] - [Loga.vn]

Question 21: Many different kinds of food sold today have _______ flavouring added to them.

Câu 31 [63926] - [Loga.vn]

Question 20: _______, Harry loaded his luggage into the car and set off for the airport.

Câu 32 [63924] - [Loga.vn]

Question 19: A new study by University College London shows that teenager girls are twice as likely as to
be depressed _______ social media as boys.

Câu 33 [63923] - [Loga.vn]

Question 18: Littering doesn’t only make a place look ugly, it also puts public health at risk and can _______ wildlife.

Câu 34 [63921] - [Loga.vn]

Question 17: This time next week while we are all hard at school, Helen _______ in the sun on a beach somewhere.

Câu 35 [63918] - [Loga.vn]

Question 16: I still remember the _______ afternoons that we spent at the beach when I was a child.

Câu 36 [63915] - [Loga.vn]

Question 15: You’ll really have to work hard if you want to make the ________ as a journalist.

Câu 37 [63912] - [Loga.vn]

Question 14: Often neglected, noise pollution _______ affects the human being, leading to irritation, loss of
concentration, and loss of hearing.

Câu 38 [63907] - [Loga.vn]

Question 13: People usually look through travel ________ to decide on their holiday destinations.

Câu 39 [63902] - [Loga.vn]

Question 12: We must find a better way to ________ of plastics because they cause serious environmental
problems.

Câu 40 [63898] - [Loga.vn]

Question 11: This is a rare opportunity. You should take advantage of it to get a better job.

Câu 41 [63893] - [Loga.vn]

Question 10: Lee gave up her job. She planned to continue her education.

Câu 42 [63891] - [Loga.vn]

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSET in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 9: Wild animals use various methods to ward off predators and their natural enemies.

Câu 43 [63889] - [Loga.vn]

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSET in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 8: It was late at night, the wind was howling and when she heard the knock on the door, she almost jumped out of her skin.

Câu 44 [63888] - [Loga.vn]

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 7: We have achieved considerable results in the economic field, such as high economic growth, stability and significant poverty alleviation over the past few years.
 

Câu 45 [63887] - [Loga.vn]

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 6: We should grow more trees so that they can absorb more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Câu 46 [63884] - [Loga.vn]

These studies have been criticized because some marine biologists believe that dolphins living in aquariums or research centers cannot be considered "normal." Even so, most believe that studying dolphin communication in captivity is useful for beginning to understand the complexity of dolphin communication.

Question 5: In line 17, the word most refers to _______.

Câu 47 [63875] - [Loga.vn]

Dolphins are one of the most intelligent species on the planet, which makes them a very interesting animal to scientists. In their natural habitats, dolphins use various vocalization techniques. They whistle and squeak to recognize members of their pod, identify and protect their young, and call out warnings of danger. They also
make clicking sounds used for echolocation to find food and obstacles in dark and murky waters. Amazingly, the whistling sound that the bottlenose dolphin makes has been found to have a similar pattern to human language. They always make conversational sounds when they greet each other. If you listen to dolphins' squeaks and squeals, it will sound like they are having a conversation. Dolphins usually use both sound and body language to communicate with each other. It is through gesture and body language, however, that most of their communication with humans comes. Dolphins can be trained to perform complicated tricks. This suggests they have a high level of intelligence and communication capacity. If they work for a long time with a trainer, they are able to recognize and understand human commands.

A lot of dolphin communication has been studied using dolphins in captive environments. These studies have been criticized because some marine biologists believe that dolphins living in aquariums or research centers cannot be considered "normal." Even so, most believe that studying dolphin communication in captivity is useful for beginning to understand the complexity of dolphin communication. After all, dolphins are one of the most intelligent animals. Their ability to communicate is impressive and worthy of study.

Question 1: What would be the most suitable title for the passage?

Câu 48 [63877] - [Loga.vn]

Dolphins are one of the most intelligent species on the planet, which makes them a very interesting animal to scientists. In their natural habitats, dolphins use various vocalization techniques. They whistle and squeak to recognize members of their pod, identify and protect their young, and call out warnings of danger. They also make clicking sounds used for echolocation to find food and obstacles in dark and murky waters.

Question 2: In line 2, the word vocalization is closest in meaning to _______.

Câu 49 [63880] - [Loga.vn]

A lot of dolphin communication has been studied using dolphins in captive environments. These studies have been criticized because some marine biologists believe that dolphins living in aquariums or research centers cannot be considered "normal."

Question 3: According to paragraph 4, what do some marine biologists think about captive dolphins?

Câu 50 [63883] - [Loga.vn]

Dolphins are one of the most intelligent species on the planet, which makes them a very interesting animal to scientists. In their natural habitats, dolphins use various vocalization techniques. They whistle and squeak to recognize members of their pod, identify and protect their young, and call out warnings of danger. They also
make clicking sounds used for echolocation to find food and obstacles in dark and murky waters. Amazingly, the whistling sound that the bottlenose dolphin makes has been found to have a similar pattern to human language. They always make conversational sounds when they greet each other. If you listen to dolphins' squeaks and squeals, it will sound like they are having a conversation. Dolphins usually use both sound and body language to communicate with each other. It is through gesture and body language, however, that most of their communication with humans comes. Dolphins can be trained to perform complicated tricks. This suggests they have a high level of intelligence and communication capacity. If they work for a long time with a trainer, they are able to recognize and understand human commands.

A lot of dolphin communication has been studied using dolphins in captive environments. These studies have been criticized because some marine biologists believe that dolphins living in aquariums or research centers cannot be considered "normal." Even so, most believe that studying dolphin communication in captivity is useful for beginning to understand the complexity of dolphin communication. After all, dolphins are one of the most intelligent animals. Their ability to communicate is impressive and worthy of study.

Question 4: All of the following are true about dolphin communication EXCEPT _______.

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