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Choose the correct words in the box and write them on the lines. You do not need to use all the words.

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Example: a special vehicle that is used to take people who are ill or injured to hospital. ambulance

1. : a product or group of products that has its own name and is made by one particular company

2. : to try to find out carefully all the facts about something

3. : to behave dishonestly, or to not obey rules

4. : very unhappy and without any feelings of hope or enthusiasm

5. : a movement of hand, of head to express something

6. : something such as a degree or a diploma that you get when you successfully finish a course of study

I _____ a lot of weight since I _____ drinking beer every night.

  • have lost / stopped
  • lost / am stopping
  • was losing / have stopped
  • am losing / stop

- Lan: "Hoa, remember to send my regards to your grandfather."

- Hoa: "______."

  • You’re welcome
  • Thanks, I will
  • That’s a good idea
  • It’s my pleasure
I feel ill, so I'm staying at home today instead _____ going to school.
  • that
  • at
  • of
  • to
Those workers are in difficulty because wage increases cannot keep up _____ inflation.
  • with
  • for
  • over
  • on
I need _____ information about evening classes.
  • an
  • some
  • any
  • many

Vietnamese actor and scriptwriter Le Binh, _____ made his fame with the role of a Southern farmer in the 1997 TV series Dat Phuong Nam, died on Wednesday morning at the age of 66.

  • which
  • whom
  • whose
  • who
Like other forms of _____ energy, natural gas may be used to heat homes, cook food, and even run _____ automobiles.
  • ∅ / the
  • an / the
  • the / an
  • ∅ / ∅

A large number of students find English subject _____.

  • the best difficult
  • the more difficult
  • the most difficult
  • the worst difficult

The photograph didn't come out because it was _____.

  • dark enough
  • too dark
  • not too dark
  • not so dark

Throwing trash onto the water can directly _____ harm to people's health and kill fish.

  • make
  • do
  • put
  • give

Read the conversation between Rudy and the guard and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-J) for each answer. You do not need to use all the letters.

A. It's open at the end of October every year.

B. The Museum has a self-guided tour. You can get information at the ticket window.

C. It’s $10.00 for adults, $3.00 for children, and $5.00 for students with picture ID. The people at the ticket window can help you with that.

D. You needn't show the guard anything.

E. You can take pictures, but flash photography is not allowed. Food and drinks are, either.

F. You can bring any food or drinks that you want. Do not let your kid run around.

G. Yes. You just have to show your ticket. Anything else?

H. Yes, you can be back tomorrow.

I. All the galleries are open. The painting galleries are to your left, and the artifacts are to your right.

J. No trouble at all.

Rudy: Hello. Can you tell me if the Museum has any tours?

Guard:

Rudy: Oh, thanks. Do you know if I can use my flash to take photos in the Museum?

Guard:

Rudy: Oh, I think I need to throw this bottle away before I go in. Do you know if all of the exhibits are open to the public today?

Guard:

Rudy: Thanks a lot. How much is the entrance fee?

Guard:

Rudy: Thanks. Just one more question. If I leave after I pay, can I come back in?

Guard:

Rudy: Oh, no. Thanks a lot. Sorry to have bothered you.

Guard:

Read the text. Choose the correct word from the box to fill in each blank.

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The World’s Best Restaurant

Year after year, El Bulli in Spain has won the award for the world’s best restaurant. It opens for six months a year, only for dinner, and only for fifty customers a night. The amazing thing is that approximately a hundred thousand people call or for a table every season!

What makes El Bulli so trendy? Its chef, Ferran Adria, does amazing things with food. During the winter months, he spends his time in a laboratory instead of a kitchen and it's there that he creates tasty new dishes. He with ingredients to see what happens when they are grilled, baked or fried and he is famous for transforming traditional recipes. Food say that his food and flavors are very well . He really is the king of expensive restaurants!

But if you're hungry for incredible food, check your wallet first. A meal at El Bulli costs around two hundred and fifty euros per person. For that you get thirty small courses made up of a of meat, fish, seafood and vegetable dishes, as well as desserts. It's sure to be !

(Adapted from Close-up B1 Workbook)

Read the passage.

The Lady of the Lamp

Probably one of the most famous people in the medical profession is the English nurse Florence Nightingale. Florence was born into a wealthy family in 1820, and as she grew up, she developed an interest in helping others. By the age of seventeen, she had decided that she wanted to become a nurse. At first, her parents would not let her, because they believed it was not a suitable profession for a woman. It was not until Florence was 31 that her father eventually gave his permission, and she was able to go to Germany to train as a nurse.

By 1853, Florence was running a women's hospital in London. However, her services were soon needed abroad because of the Crimean War, which started in 1854. She traveled to Scutari in Turkey to help the wounded soldiers, and she was horrified by the hospital conditions she found there. Many of the injured men hadn't washed for weeks, and they were sleeping in dirty, overcrowded rooms. The disease spread quickly in these conditions, so many of the patients died. At that time, only one in six patient deaths were due to actual wounds; other deaths were due to infections and disease.

Florence and her nurses soon went about changing the situation. They set up a kitchen to provide better food for the patients and a laundry to wash their clothes. Florence also reported the conditions to the War Office back home, and forced them to carry out important sanitary improvements in the military hospitals. In February 1855, the death rate of patients was 42%; by June 1855, it had fallen to 2%.

Florence gradually became known by her patients as "the Lady of the Lamp", because she was the only woman allowed in the hospital after eight o'clock at night, so the soldiers became used to seeing her holding a lantern. She hardly slept, and she was on her feet for twenty hours a day. The wounded men loved and respected her, and she was seen as a hero back home in England.

However, it was not fame that Florence wanted, and when the war finished in 1856, she returned to England in secret. She wrote a book called Notes on Nursing, and met Queen Victoria to discuss the future of nursing. The Nightingale School and Home for Nurses, one of the first institutions to teach nursing as a formal profession, opened in 1860, and five years later the first trained Nightingale nurses started work. Florence passed away peacefully in her sleep in her own house on 13th August 1910, at the age of 90.

(Adapted from Solutions Intermediate workbook)

Now use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER to answer each question.

1. In which year did Florence's parents approve her career choice?

2. What made Florence go to Scutari to help the wounded soldiers?

3. What did most patients in Scutari die from?

4. What was the percentage of the death rate after sanitary improvements?

5. Who considered Florence as "the Lady of the Lamp"?

6. How many years did it take Florence to found a nursing training school after the war?

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

Your parents didn't use as much electricity as we did. => We used ...........

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

It isn't necessary to finish the work today. => You don't have ..........

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

My sister likes badminton more than soccer. => My sister prefers ..........

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

The furniture was so expensive that I didn’t buy it. => The furniture was too ..........

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

Gary danced so badly that people stopped watching him. => Gary was such ...........

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

My mother allowed me to go out even though it was very late. => My mother let ..........