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Read the passage and choose the best answer for each question below.

Television and Kids

Television is very popular and even has some benefits for kids. It helps very young children learn the letters of the alphabet, and helps other kids learn about science, cultures, and world events.

However, researchers show that too much TV is bad for children. For one thing, there is a link between watching more than four hours of TV a day and being overweight. For another thing, many TV shows are violent and upsetting. Watching these shows may cause kids to be more fearful. And of course, more time in front of the TV means less time to study. Too much TV may also be the cause of lower grades.

Experts do not agree on the solution to these problems. Some say that kids should watch only educational programs; others say kids should watch no TV at all. And others suggest teaching them to watch TV as occasional entertainment, not as an everyday hobby.

What is the passage mainly about?

  • Why kids love TV
  • Benefits of kids' TV shows
  • Effects of television on kids
  • Why kids shouldn't watch TV

The word "them" in paragraph 3 refers to _____.

  • experts
  • problems
  • kids
  • programs

According to the passage, watching a lot of TV may _____.

  • cause weight problems for children
  • cause children to get better grades
  • cause children to be more famous
  • cause students to study more

How may kids feel when they watch violent and upsetting TV shows?

  • fearful
  • pleasant
  • funny
  • happy

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

 Although I got up late yesterday, I arrived at the meeting on time.

  • Although I got up late yesterday, but I arrived at the meeting on time.
  • Despite I got up Inte yesterday. I arrived at the meeting on time.
  • In spite of getting up late yesterday, I arrived at the meeting on time.
  • Although I got up late yesterday, so I arrived at the meeting on time.

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

"I can't finish this book in a day," he said.

  • He said that I can't finish that book in a day.
  • He said that I couldn't finish that book in a day.
  • He said that he couldn't finish that book in a day.
  • He said that he can't finish that book in a day.

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

I gave my mother flowers on Mother's Day.

  • My mother is given flowers on Mother's Day.
  • My mother was given flowers on Mother's Day.
  • My mother wasn't given flowers on Mother's Day.
  • My mother isn't given flowers on Mother's Day.

When her sister came, she _____ to music in the room.

  • is listening
  • are listening
  • were listening
  • was listening

I miss my friends. I wish they _____ here right now.

  • will be
  • have been
  • are
  • were

She never goes to the movies _____ she is very busy.

  • however
  • therefore
  • although
  • because

The students listened _____ while the examiner gave them the directions.

  • attention
  • attentively
  • attentiveness
  • attentive

They arrived in Ho Chi Minh City _____ May 2nd.

  • by
  • in
  • on
  • at

She can't go camping with her friends tomorrow because she will have to _____ her little sister.

  • look after
  • look for
  • look up
  • look at

Your sister has worked for a foreign company since 2015, _____?

  • hasn't she
  • has she
  • was she
  • doesn't she

 I like reading books _____ tell about different cultures in the world.

  • where
  • which
  • whom
  • who

I will send you some postcards if I _____ time.

  • had
  • have
  • having
  • will have

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

  • safe

  • tall

  • late

  • hate

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

  • wanted

  • asked

  • worked

  • stopped

- Lan: "Why don't we go out for a picnic?"

- Trang: "_____"

  • You're very kind to say so.
  • That's a good idea!
  • You're welcome.
  • Congratulations!

Tom: "Congratulational You've passed the exam."

John: "_____"

  • Not at all.
  • Many thanks.
  • No, I don't think so.
  • Sorry, I don't.