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Câu 1 [68992] - [Loga.vn]

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.

A. obtain B. opinion C. optimist D. obliged

Câu 2 [68990] - [Loga.vn]

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.

 A. adopted   B. created   C. planned   D. included

Câu 3 [68988] - [Loga.vn]

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 4 [68986] - [Loga.vn]

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 5 [68983] - [Loga.vn]

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Sophia was horse riding with friends in the park when she fell on the ground and had broken her leg.

Câu 6 [68981] - [Loga.vn]

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

The Spirit of Aloha has given its name to the famous and colorful Hawaiian shirt, knowing as the aloha shirt.

Câu 7 [68980] - [Loga.vn]

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

The writing English, which is not systematically phonetic, causes difficulties to foreigners.

Câu 8 [68976] - [Loga.vn]

_______ food deficits, nearly 1 billion people do not get enough to eat and over 400 million are chronically malnourished.

Câu 9 [68974] - [Loga.vn]

I’ll never forget Mr.Smith,______ we have made great progress.

Câu 10 [68970] - [Loga.vn]

It looks like the weather is changing for ______. Shall we stick to our plan?

Câu 11 [68969] - [Loga.vn]

Please remain ______ . the winner of the prize will be announced soon.

Câu 12 [68967] - [Loga.vn]

You _____as well get a taxi from the station. It’ll be quicker than me coming in to get you.

Câu 13 [68965] - [Loga.vn]

He ______ has been working as a secretary since he from university.

Câu 14 [68963] - [Loga.vn]

I find _____.

Câu 15 [68961] - [Loga.vn]

Plants ______ carbon dioxide into oxygen during photosynthesis, the process they use to make their own food.

Câu 16 [68959] - [Loga.vn]

The UN warns ______ that world population, now well over seven billion “has reached a stage where the amount of resources needed to sustain it exceeds what is available”.

Câu 17 [68958] - [Loga.vn]

We should know that we can only reach the top if we are ready to _____ and learn from failure.

Câu 18 [68957] - [Loga.vn]

The names are listed in alphabetical _____, so Benthony must come before Kathy.

Câu 19 [68946] - [Loga.vn]

A new planet has been discovered recently. It’s _____Earth, and hopefully it can support human life.

Câu 20 [68945] - [Loga.vn]

Laura sees Rachel carrying many suitcases into his house.

Laura: “Do you want me to help you with those suitcases?”

Rachel: “_____ .”

Câu 21 [68944] - [Loga.vn]

Thanh will take the national high school exam. Today, she goes to see Jonathan, a new foreign staff in her school, to register for the exam.

Thanh: “My name is Thanh. Shall I spell it for you?”

Jonathan: “ ______ .”

Câu 22 [68942] - [Loga.vn]

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

 Many wealthy businessmen contribute to political parties.

 

Câu 23 [68941] - [Loga.vn]

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

 I never learned how to use a computer, so I lost my job to a new employee. It’s a dog-eat-dog world.

 

Câu 24 [68939] - [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.

Whenever my father travels by plane, he usually buys some duty-free goods at the airport.

 

Câu 25 [68935] - [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.

 My passport expires at the end of the month, so I will have to get a new one soon.

 

Câu 26 [68932] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35.

THE QUALITIES OF GREAT CHILDREN’S FILMS

Some children’s films are forgettable and formulaic, but the best of them (31) audiences of every age with intense cinematic experiences. “The great children’s films are the ones adults love too, that everybody loves,” says Catherine Des Forges of the Independent Cinema Office. “They really engage you. They make you laugh, they make you cry, they take you into their world and you come out thinking differently.”

So what are the qualities that (32) for truly great children’s cinema? All great children’s films have dynamic narratives, unforgettable characters and emotional power. Often, they deal with dark (33) matter – especially separation and the anxieties it entails. In many of these films, a young character is dramatically parted from an older, stronger protector – a wrenching scene that leaves audiences in (34) .

Humour is vital too, though it’s essential to avoid the kind of self-conscious irony which prevents an emotional response. The best ones work because we know that behind all the jokes, the main characters care about each other. (35) all, a great children’s film must have sincerity. It must say: “I want you to care about these characters.”

(35):

Câu 27 [68930] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35.

THE QUALITIES OF GREAT CHILDREN’S FILMS

   Some children’s films are forgettable and formulaic, but the best of them (31) audiences of every age with intense cinematic experiences. “The great children’s films are the ones adults love too, that everybody loves,” says Catherine Des Forges of the Independent Cinema Office. “They really engage you. They make you laugh, they make you cry, they take you into their world and you come out thinking differently.”

   So what are the qualities that (32) for truly great children’s cinema? All great children’s films have dynamic narratives, unforgettable characters and emotional power. Often, they deal with dark (33) matter – especially separation and the anxieties it entails. In many of these films, a young character is dramatically parted from an older, stronger protector – a wrenching scene that leaves audiences in (34) .

   Humour is vital too, though it’s essential to avoid the kind of self-conscious irony which prevents an emotional response. The best ones work because we know that behind all the jokes, the main characters care about each other. (35) all, a great children’s film must have sincerity. It must say: “I want you to care about these characters.”

 

(34):

Câu 28 [68929] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35.

THE QUALITIES OF GREAT CHILDREN’S FILMS

   Some children’s films are forgettable and formulaic, but the best of them (31) audiences of every age with intense cinematic experiences. “The great children’s films are the ones adults love too, that everybody loves,” says Catherine Des Forges of the Independent Cinema Office. “They really engage you. They make you laugh, they make you cry, they take you into their world and you come out thinking differently.”

   So what are the qualities that (32) for truly great children’s cinema? All great children’s films have dynamic narratives, unforgettable characters and emotional power. Often, they deal with dark (33) matter – especially separation and the anxieties it entails. In many of these films, a young character is dramatically parted from an older, stronger protector – a wrenching scene that leaves audiences in (34) .

   Humour is vital too, though it’s essential to avoid the kind of self-conscious irony which prevents an emotional response. The best ones work because we know that behind all the jokes, the main characters care about each other. (35) all, a great children’s film must have sincerity. It must say: “I want you to care about these characters.”

 

(33):

Câu 29 [68927] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35.

THE QUALITIES OF GREAT CHILDREN’S FILMS

   Some children’s films are forgettable and formulaic, but the best of them (31) audiences of every age with intense cinematic experiences. “The great children’s films are the ones adults love too, that everybody loves,” says Catherine Des Forges of the Independent Cinema Office. “They really engage you. They make you laugh, they make you cry, they take you into their world and you come out thinking differently.”

   So what are the qualities that (32) for truly great children’s cinema? All great children’s films have dynamic narratives, unforgettable characters and emotional power. Often, they deal with dark (33) matter – especially separation and the anxieties it entails. In many of these films, a young character is dramatically parted from an older, stronger protector – a wrenching scene that leaves audiences in (34) .

   Humour is vital too, though it’s essential to avoid the kind of self-conscious irony which prevents an emotional response. The best ones work because we know that behind all the jokes, the main characters care about each other. (35) all, a great children’s film must have sincerity. It must say: “I want you to care about these characters.”

 

(32):

Câu 30 [68925] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35.

THE QUALITIES OF GREAT CHILDREN’S FILMS

   Some children’s films are forgettable and formulaic, but the best of them (31) audiences of every age with intense cinematic experiences. “The great children’s films are the ones adults love too, that everybody loves,” says Catherine Des Forges of the Independent Cinema Office. “They really engage you. They make you laugh, they make you cry, they take you into their world and you come out thinking differently.”

   So what are the qualities that (32) for truly great children’s cinema? All great children’s films have dynamic narratives, unforgettable characters and emotional power. Often, they deal with dark (33) matter – especially separation and the anxieties it entails. In many of these films, a young character is dramatically parted from an older, stronger protector – a wrenching scene that leaves audiences in (34) .

   Humour is vital too, though it’s essential to avoid the kind of self-conscious irony which prevents an emotional response. The best ones work because we know that behind all the jokes, the main characters care about each other. (35) all, a great children’s film must have sincerity. It must say: “I want you to care about these characters.”

 

(31):

Câu 31 [68924] - [Loga.vn]

We chose to find a place for the night. We found the bad weather very inconvenient.

Câu 32 [68923] - [Loga.vn]

It isn’t just that the level of education of this school is high. It’s that it’s also been consistent for years.

Câu 33 [68922] - [Loga.vn]

I shudder to think what my parents will say when I tell them I’ve failed my exams.

Câu 34 [68920] - [Loga.vn]

Mr.Pike wants his wife to quit her job and look after their children.

Câu 35 [68918] - [Loga.vn]

Since indigenous measles was eliminated in the Americas in 2002, the spread of this virus is no longer a threat there.

Câu 36 [68885] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

Since its birth in the middle of the 19th century, the women’s rights movement has taken root and spread throughout the world. In many countries women have fought for the right to vote, the right to work, the right to be educated to the limit of their capacities, the right to own and dispose of property, and for equal rights within marriage. The cause has penetrated world governments via the United Nations which in 1946 set up a special commission to study the worldwide status of women and make recommendations to the Social and Economic Council on ways of improving it. UNESCO too assists in the advancement of women by seeking top involve them in educational and cultural programmes.

In addition, a multitude of women’s organizations exist in individual countries to further, at national and international levels, the eradication of remaining areas of discrimination. Through their affiliation with international feminist bodies, they are in touch with women’s activities and achievements in all parts of the world.

However, with half the world’s population still illiterate - most of them women - there is great disparity in what has been, and has still to be achieved. At one end of the scale, women’s rights workers are still pressing for elementary education; at the other, for the removal of early ‘protective’ legislation which is now felt to be discriminatory because it denied women certain freedoms: for example, the right to do night work if they so choose. Nevertheless, despite the fact that the women’s movement has progressed unevenly and with varying success, women in general are emerging from ‘chatteldom’ and are beginning to take their place beside men as free and equal citizens.

Wherever they have been granted the opportunity, women have demonstrated their ability to compete on equal terms with men. In time of war they have taken over from them in almost every sphere, building a record of distinguished service which has proved for all time that the power behind the throne is no less capable of ruling from it, and also that the hand rocking the cradle is equally at home manufacturing it.

What does the passage mainly discuss?

Câu 37 [68883] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   Since its birth in the middle of the 19th century, the women’s rights movement has taken root and spread throughout the world. In many countries women have fought for the right to vote, the right to work, the right to be educated to the limit of their capacities, the right to own and dispose of property, and for equal rights within marriage. The cause has penetrated world governments via the United Nations which in 1946 set up a special commission to study the worldwide status of women and make recommendations to the Social and Economic Council on ways of improving it. UNESCO too assists in the advancement of women by seeking top involve them in educational and cultural programmes.

   In addition, a multitude of women’s organizations exist in individual countries to further, at national and international levels, the eradication of remaining areas of discrimination. Through their affiliation with international feminist bodies, they are in touch with women’s activities and achievements in all parts of the world.

   However, with half the world’s population still illiterate - most of them women - there is great disparity in what has been, and has still to be achieved. At one end of the scale, women’s rights workers are still pressing for elementary education; at the other, for the removal of early ‘protective’ legislation which is now felt to be discriminatory because it denied women certain freedoms: for example, the right to do night work if they so choose. Nevertheless, despite the fact that the women’s movement has progressed unevenly and with varying success, women in general are emerging from ‘chatteldom’ and are beginning to take their place beside men as free and equal citizens.

   Wherever they have been granted the opportunity, women have demonstrated their ability to compete on equal terms with men. In time of war they have taken over from them in almost every sphere, building a record of distinguished service which has proved for all time that the power behind the throne is no less capable of ruling from it, and also that the hand rocking the cradle is equally at home manufacturing it.

 

The word “it” in the passage refers to _____ .       

Câu 38 [68878] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   Since its birth in the middle of the 19th century, the women’s rights movement has taken root and spread throughout the world. In many countries women have fought for the right to vote, the right to work, the right to be educated to the limit of their capacities, the right to own and dispose of property, and for equal rights within marriage. The cause has penetrated world governments via the United Nations which in 1946 set up a special commission to study the worldwide status of women and make recommendations to the Social and Economic Council on ways of improving it. UNESCO too assists in the advancement of women by seeking top involve them in educational and cultural programmes.

   In addition, a multitude of women’s organizations exist in individual countries to further, at national and international levels, the eradication of remaining areas of discrimination. Through their affiliation with international feminist bodies, they are in touch with women’s activities and achievements in all parts of the world.

   However, with half the world’s population still illiterate - most of them women - there is great disparity in what has been, and has still to be achieved. At one end of the scale, women’s rights workers are still pressing for elementary education; at the other, for the removal of early ‘protective’ legislation which is now felt to be discriminatory because it denied women certain freedoms: for example, the right to do night work if they so choose. Nevertheless, despite the fact that the women’s movement has progressed unevenly and with varying success, women in general are emerging from ‘chatteldom’ and are beginning to take their place beside men as free and equal citizens.

   Wherever they have been granted the opportunity, women have demonstrated their ability to compete on equal terms with men. In time of war they have taken over from them in almost every sphere, building a record of distinguished service which has proved for all time that the power behind the throne is no less capable of ruling from it, and also that the hand rocking the cradle is equally at home manufacturing it.

 

Why is the progress of the feminist movement uneven and has affected its success?

Câu 39 [68875] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   Since its birth in the middle of the 19th century, the women’s rights movement has taken root and spread throughout the world. In many countries women have fought for the right to vote, the right to work, the right to be educated to the limit of their capacities, the right to own and dispose of property, and for equal rights within marriage. The cause has penetrated world governments via the United Nations which in 1946 set up a special commission to study the worldwide status of women and make recommendations to the Social and Economic Council on ways of improving it. UNESCO too assists in the advancement of women by seeking top involve them in educational and cultural programmes.

   In addition, a multitude of women’s organizations exist in individual countries to further, at national and international levels, the eradication of remaining areas of discrimination. Through their affiliation with international feminist bodies, they are in touch with women’s activities and achievements in all parts of the world.

   However, with half the world’s population still illiterate - most of them women - there is great disparity in what has been, and has still to be achieved. At one end of the scale, women’s rights workers are still pressing for elementary education; at the other, for the removal of early ‘protective’ legislation which is now felt to be discriminatory because it denied women certain freedoms: for example, the right to do night work if they so choose. Nevertheless, despite the fact that the women’s movement has progressed unevenly and with varying success, women in general are emerging from ‘chatteldom’ and are beginning to take their place beside men as free and equal citizens.

   Wherever they have been granted the opportunity, women have demonstrated their ability to compete on equal terms with men. In time of war they have taken over from them in almost every sphere, building a record of distinguished service which has proved for all time that the power behind the throne is no less capable of ruling from it, and also that the hand rocking the cradle is equally at home manufacturing it.

 

The word “disparity” in the passage probably means _____ .

Câu 40 [68873] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   Since its birth in the middle of the 19th century, the women’s rights movement has taken root and spread throughout the world. In many countries women have fought for the right to vote, the right to work, the right to be educated to the limit of their capacities, the right to own and dispose of property, and for equal rights within marriage. The cause has penetrated world governments via the United Nations which in 1946 set up a special commission to study the worldwide status of women and make recommendations to the Social and Economic Council on ways of improving it. UNESCO too assists in the advancement of women by seeking top involve them in educational and cultural programmes.

   In addition, a multitude of women’s organizations exist in individual countries to further, at national and international levels, the eradication of remaining areas of discrimination. Through their affiliation with international feminist bodies, they are in touch with women’s activities and achievements in all parts of the world.

   However, with half the world’s population still illiterate - most of them women - there is great disparity in what has been, and has still to be achieved. At one end of the scale, women’s rights workers are still pressing for elementary education; at the other, for the removal of early ‘protective’ legislation which is now felt to be discriminatory because it denied women certain freedoms: for example, the right to do night work if they so choose. Nevertheless, despite the fact that the women’s movement has progressed unevenly and with varying success, women in general are emerging from ‘chatteldom’ and are beginning to take their place beside men as free and equal citizens.

   Wherever they have been granted the opportunity, women have demonstrated their ability to compete on equal terms with men. In time of war they have taken over from them in almost every sphere, building a record of distinguished service which has proved for all time that the power behind the throne is no less capable of ruling from it, and also that the hand rocking the cradle is equally at home manufacturing it.

 

It can be inferred from the passage that the women’s rights movement ______.

Câu 41 [68871] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   Since its birth in the middle of the 19th century, the women’s rights movement has taken root and spread throughout the world. In many countries women have fought for the right to vote, the right to work, the right to be educated to the limit of their capacities, the right to own and dispose of property, and for equal rights within marriage. The cause has penetrated world governments via the United Nations which in 1946 set up a special commission to study the worldwide status of women and make recommendations to the Social and Economic Council on ways of improving it. UNESCO too assists in the advancement of women by seeking top involve them in educational and cultural programmes.

   In addition, a multitude of women’s organizations exist in individual countries to further, at national and international levels, the eradication of remaining areas of discrimination. Through their affiliation with international feminist bodies, they are in touch with women’s activities and achievements in all parts of the world.

   However, with half the world’s population still illiterate - most of them women - there is great disparity in what has been, and has still to be achieved. At one end of the scale, women’s rights workers are still pressing for elementary education; at the other, for the removal of early ‘protective’ legislation which is now felt to be discriminatory because it denied women certain freedoms: for example, the right to do night work if they so choose. Nevertheless, despite the fact that the women’s movement has progressed unevenly and with varying success, women in general are emerging from ‘chatteldom’ and are beginning to take their place beside men as free and equal citizens.

   Wherever they have been granted the opportunity, women have demonstrated their ability to compete on equal terms with men. In time of war they have taken over from them in almost every sphere, building a record of distinguished service which has proved for all time that the power behind the throne is no less capable of ruling from it, and also that the hand rocking the cradle is equally at home manufacturing it.

 

According to paragraph 1, the author mentions that the women’s rights movement “has taken root” and spread throughout the world to show _____.

Câu 42 [68867] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   Since its birth in the middle of the 19th century, the women’s rights movement has taken root and spread throughout the world. In many countries women have fought for the right to vote, the right to work, the right to be educated to the limit of their capacities, the right to own and dispose of property, and for equal rights within marriage. The cause has penetrated world governments via the United Nations which in 1946 set up a special commission to study the worldwide status of women and make recommendations to the Social and Economic Council on ways of improving it. UNESCO too assists in the advancement of women by seeking top involve them in educational and cultural programmes.

   In addition, a multitude of women’s organizations exist in individual countries to further, at national and international levels, the eradication of remaining areas of discrimination. Through their affiliation with international feminist bodies, they are in touch with women’s activities and achievements in all parts of the world.

   However, with half the world’s population still illiterate - most of them women - there is great disparity in what has been, and has still to be achieved. At one end of the scale, women’s rights workers are still pressing for elementary education; at the other, for the removal of early ‘protective’ legislation which is now felt to be discriminatory because it denied women certain freedoms: for example, the right to do night work if they so choose. Nevertheless, despite the fact that the women’s movement has progressed unevenly and with varying success, women in general are emerging from ‘chatteldom’ and are beginning to take their place beside men as free and equal citizens.

   Wherever they have been granted the opportunity, women have demonstrated their ability to compete on equal terms with men. In time of war they have taken over from them in almost every sphere, building a record of distinguished service which has proved for all time that the power behind the throne is no less capable of ruling from it, and also that the hand rocking the cradle is equally at home manufacturing it.

 

According to the passage, the women’s rights movement aims at fighting for the basic rights of women, that are all of the following EXCEPT _____.

Câu 43 [68850] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

The UN Environment Programme says that rising temperatures could mean the end for some migrating animals. Migrating or mobile animals move through several environments as they travel away from the cold of winter to warmer areas. Birds may fly from one part of the world to another, perhaps stopping at feeding grounds on the way. Whales and turtles cover vast areas of ocean. The report says that changes in any one of the places which these animals use can cause serious harm. “Obviously these animals have developed their travelling patterns over thousands of years. But climate change is almost certain to be extreme over the next 25 to 50 years and it is extremely unlikely that these animals can change their habits fast enough,” said the report author Dr. Robert Hepworth.

Hardest hit by rising temperatures are turtles. Scientists have found that at higher temperatures, turtles produce far more female eggs than male ones. In parts of Malaysia, turtle birthing sites are producing only females, the report says. It also provides evidence that some turtles are more likely to develop cancer as the waters get warmer.

With birds, the main problem is climate-related damage to important areas at either end of the travels or at resting places along the way. About one-fifth of migrating birds are now in jeopardy because of climate-related changes including rising sea levels, land loss and more violent storms, the report concludes.

Other animals picked out as particularly in danger include:

* the North Atlantic Right Whale, whose main food (tiny shrimp) is disturbed by the change in ocean flows.

* the White-Nose Dolphin, which is out-competed by other kinds of dolphins in warmer waters.

The report is not all bad news. Even with major climatic changes, protecting the environment can still help mobile animals to recover. “We need governments to start taking action at the national and international level. The clock is running,” said Dr. Hepworth. And some animals are already adapting, with the report mentioning whales that are changing their feeding behaviour, finding new feeding grounds and new foods to eat.

What does the passage mainly discuss?

Câu 44 [68848] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   The UN Environment Programme says that rising temperatures could mean the end for some migrating animals. Migrating or mobile animals move through several environments as they travel away from the cold of winter to warmer areas. Birds may fly from one part of the world to another, perhaps stopping at feeding grounds on the way. Whales and turtles cover vast areas of ocean. The report says that changes in any one of the places which these animals use can cause serious harm. “Obviously these animals have developed their travelling patterns over thousands of years. But climate change is almost certain to be extreme over the next 25 to 50 years and it is extremely unlikely that these animals can change their habits fast enough,” said the report author Dr. Robert Hepworth.

   Hardest hit by rising temperatures are turtles. Scientists have found that at higher temperatures, turtles produce far more female eggs than male ones. In parts of Malaysia, turtle birthing sites are producing only females, the report says. It also provides evidence that some turtles are more likely to develop cancer as the waters get warmer.

   With birds, the main problem is climate-related damage to important areas at either end of the travels or at resting places along the way. About one-fifth of migrating birds are now in jeopardy because of climate-related changes including rising sea levels, land loss and more violent storms, the report concludes.

   Other animals picked out as particularly in danger include:

      * the North Atlantic Right Whale, whose main food (tiny shrimp) is disturbed by the change in ocean flows.

       * the White-Nose Dolphin, which is out-competed by other kinds of dolphins in warmer waters.

   The report is not all bad news. Even with major climatic changes, protecting the environment can still help mobile animals to recover. “We need governments to start taking action at the national and international level. The clock is running,” said Dr. Hepworth. And some animals are already adapting, with the report mentioning whales that are changing their feeding behaviour, finding new feeding grounds and new foods to eat.

 

By saying “the clock is running” in the last paragraph, Dr. Hepworth means that _____ .

Câu 45 [68844] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

The UN Environment Programme says that rising temperatures could mean the end for some migrating animals. Migrating or mobile animals move through several environments as they travel away from the cold of winter to warmer areas. Birds may fly from one part of the world to another, perhaps stopping at feeding grounds on the way. Whales and turtles cover vast areas of ocean. The report says that changes in any one of the places which these animals use can cause serious harm. “Obviously these animals have developed their travelling patterns over thousands of years. But climate change is almost certain to be extreme over the next 25 to 50 years and it is extremely unlikely that these animals can change their habits fast enough,” said the report author Dr. Robert Hepworth.

Hardest hit by rising temperatures are turtles. Scientists have found that at higher temperatures, turtles produce far more female eggs than male ones. In parts of Malaysia, turtle birthing sites are producing only females, the report says. It also provides evidence that some turtles are more likely to develop cancer as the waters get warmer.

With birds, the main problem is climate-related damage to important areas at either end of the travels or at resting places along the way. About one-fifth of migrating birds are now in jeopardy because of climate-related changes including rising sea levels, land loss and more violent storms, the report concludes.

Other animals picked out as particularly in danger include:

* the North Atlantic Right Whale, whose main food (tiny shrimp) is disturbed by the change in ocean flows.

* the White-Nose Dolphin, which is out-competed by other kinds of dolphins in warmer waters.

The report is not all bad news. Even with major climatic changes, protecting the environment can still help mobile animals to recover. “We need governments to start taking action at the national and international level. The clock is running,” said Dr. Hepworth. And some animals are already adapting, with the report mentioning whales that are changing their feeding behaviour, finding new feeding grounds and new foods to eat.

What can be inferred about turtles from the text?

Câu 46 [68837] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   The UN Environment Programme says that rising temperatures could mean the end for some migrating animals. Migrating or mobile animals move through several environments as they travel away from the cold of winter to warmer areas. Birds may fly from one part of the world to another, perhaps stopping at feeding grounds on the way. Whales and turtles cover vast areas of ocean. The report says that changes in any one of the places which these animals use can cause serious harm. “Obviously these animals have developed their travelling patterns over thousands of years. But climate change is almost certain to be extreme over the next 25 to 50 years and it is extremely unlikely that these animals can change their habits fast enough,” said the report author Dr. Robert Hepworth.

   Hardest hit by rising temperatures are turtles. Scientists have found that at higher temperatures, turtles produce far more female eggs than male ones. In parts of Malaysia, turtle birthing sites are producing only females, the report says. It also provides evidence that some turtles are more likely to develop cancer as the waters get warmer.

   With birds, the main problem is climate-related damage to important areas at either end of the travels or at resting places along the way. About one-fifth of migrating birds are now in jeopardy because of climate-related changes including rising sea levels, land loss and more violent storms, the report concludes.

   Other animals picked out as particularly in danger include:

      * the North Atlantic Right Whale, whose main food (tiny shrimp) is disturbed by the change in ocean flows.

       * the White-Nose Dolphin, which is out-competed by other kinds of dolphins in warmer waters.

   The report is not all bad news. Even with major climatic changes, protecting the environment can still help mobile animals to recover. “We need governments to start taking action at the national and international level. The clock is running,” said Dr. Hepworth. And some animals are already adapting, with the report mentioning whales that are changing their feeding behaviour, finding new feeding grounds and new foods to eat.

 

Which of the following is mentioned as a consequence of rising temperatures?

Câu 47 [68832] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   The UN Environment Programme says that rising temperatures could mean the end for some migrating animals. Migrating or mobile animals move through several environments as they travel away from the cold of winter to warmer areas. Birds may fly from one part of the world to another, perhaps stopping at feeding grounds on the way. Whales and turtles cover vast areas of ocean. The report says that changes in any one of the places which these animals use can cause serious harm. “Obviously these animals have developed their travelling patterns over thousands of years. But climate change is almost certain to be extreme over the next 25 to 50 years and it is extremely unlikely that these animals can change their habits fast enough,” said the report author Dr. Robert Hepworth.

   Hardest hit by rising temperatures are turtles. Scientists have found that at higher temperatures, turtles produce far more female eggs than male ones. In parts of Malaysia, turtle birthing sites are producing only females, the report says. It also provides evidence that some turtles are more likely to develop cancer as the waters get warmer.

   With birds, the main problem is climate-related damage to important areas at either end of the travels or at resting places along the way. About one-fifth of migrating birds are now in jeopardy because of climate-related changes including rising sea levels, land loss and more violent storms, the report concludes.

   Other animals picked out as particularly in danger include:

      * the North Atlantic Right Whale, whose main food (tiny shrimp) is disturbed by the change in ocean flows.

       * the White-Nose Dolphin, which is out-competed by other kinds of dolphins in warmer waters.

   The report is not all bad news. Even with major climatic changes, protecting the environment can still help mobile animals to recover. “We need governments to start taking action at the national and international level. The clock is running,” said Dr. Hepworth. And some animals are already adapting, with the report mentioning whales that are changing their feeding behaviour, finding new feeding grounds and new foods to eat.

 

According to the passage, which of the following is true about the migrating animals?

Câu 48 [68826] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   The UN Environment Programme says that rising temperatures could mean the end for some migrating animals. Migrating or mobile animals move through several environments as they travel away from the cold of winter to warmer areas. Birds may fly from one part of the world to another, perhaps stopping at feeding grounds on the way. Whales and turtles cover vast areas of ocean. The report says that changes in any one of the places which these animals use can cause serious harm. “Obviously these animals have developed their travelling patterns over thousands of years. But climate change is almost certain to be extreme over the next 25 to 50 years and it is extremely unlikely that these animals can change their habits fast enough,” said the report author Dr. Robert Hepworth.

   Hardest hit by rising temperatures are turtles. Scientists have found that at higher temperatures, turtles produce far more female eggs than male ones. In parts of Malaysia, turtle birthing sites are producing only females, the report says. It also provides evidence that some turtles are more likely to develop cancer as the waters get warmer.

   With birds, the main problem is climate-related damage to important areas at either end of the travels or at resting places along the way. About one-fifth of migrating birds are now in jeopardy because of climate-related changes including rising sea levels, land loss and more violent storms, the report concludes.

   Other animals picked out as particularly in danger include:

      * the North Atlantic Right Whale, whose main food (tiny shrimp) is disturbed by the change in ocean flows.

       * the White-Nose Dolphin, which is out-competed by other kinds of dolphins in warmer waters.

   The report is not all bad news. Even with major climatic changes, protecting the environment can still help mobile animals to recover. “We need governments to start taking action at the national and international level. The clock is running,” said Dr. Hepworth. And some animals are already adapting, with the report mentioning whales that are changing their feeding behaviour, finding new feeding grounds and new foods to eat.

 

What does the phrase “in jeopardy” in the passage mean?

Câu 49 [68813] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   The UN Environment Programme says that rising temperatures could mean the end for some migrating animals. Migrating or mobile animals move through several environments as they travel away from the cold of winter to warmer areas. Birds may fly from one part of the world to another, perhaps stopping at feeding grounds on the way. Whales and turtles cover vast areas of ocean. The report says that changes in any one of the places which these animals use can cause serious harm. “Obviously these animals have developed their travelling patterns over thousands of years. But climate change is almost certain to be extreme over the next 25 to 50 years and it is extremely unlikely that these animals can change their habits fast enough,” said the report author Dr. Robert Hepworth.

   Hardest hit by rising temperatures are turtles. Scientists have found that at higher temperatures, turtles produce far more female eggs than male ones. In parts of Malaysia, turtle birthing sites are producing only females, the report says. It also provides evidence that some turtles are more likely to develop cancer as the waters get warmer.

   With birds, the main problem is climate-related damage to important areas at either end of the travels or at resting places along the way. About one-fifth of migrating birds are now in jeopardy because of climate-related changes including rising sea levels, land loss and more violent storms, the report concludes.

   Other animals picked out as particularly in danger include:

      * the North Atlantic Right Whale, whose main food (tiny shrimp) is disturbed by the change in ocean flows.

       * the White-Nose Dolphin, which is out-competed by other kinds of dolphins in warmer waters.

   The report is not all bad news. Even with major climatic changes, protecting the environment can still help mobile animals to recover. “We need governments to start taking action at the national and international level. The clock is running,” said Dr. Hepworth. And some animals are already adapting, with the report mentioning whales that are changing their feeding behaviour, finding new feeding grounds and new foods to eat.

 

According to the report, how will global warming affect turtles in the future?

Câu 50 [68808] - [Loga.vn]

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the question.

   The UN Environment Programme says that rising temperatures could mean the end for some migrating animals. Migrating or mobile animals move through several environments as they travel away from the cold of winter to warmer areas. Birds may fly from one part of the world to another, perhaps stopping at feeding grounds on the way. Whales and turtles cover vast areas of ocean. The report says that changes in any one of the places which these animals use can cause serious harm. “Obviously these animals have developed their travelling patterns over thousands of years. But climate change is almost certain to be extreme over the next 25 to 50 years and it is extremely unlikely that these animals can change their habits fast enough,” said the report author Dr. Robert Hepworth.

   Hardest hit by rising temperatures are turtles. Scientists have found that at higher temperatures, turtles produce far more female eggs than male ones. In parts of Malaysia, turtle birthing sites are producing only females, the report says. It also provides evidence that some turtles are more likely to develop cancer as the waters get warmer.

   With birds, the main problem is climate-related damage to important areas at either end of the travels or at resting places along the way. About one-fifth of migrating birds are now in jeopardy because of climate-related changes including rising sea levels, land loss and more violent storms, the report concludes.

   Other animals picked out as particularly in danger include:

      * the North Atlantic Right Whale, whose main food (tiny shrimp) is disturbed by the change in ocean flows.

       * the White-Nose Dolphin, which is out-competed by other kinds of dolphins in warmer waters.

   The report is not all bad news. Even with major climatic changes, protecting the environment can still help mobile animals to recover. “We need governments to start taking action at the national and international level. The clock is running,” said Dr. Hepworth. And some animals are already adapting, with the report mentioning whales that are changing their feeding behaviour, finding new feeding grounds and new foods to eat.

 

According to Dr. Robert Hepworth, we can learn that _____ .

 

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