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TRNH B MN C VIT (60) PAPER ONE READING SECTION A Question 1-15 (15 marks) Choose one word or phrase in the box below to complete each of the following sentences. Each word/phrase is used ONCE only. Write your answers in the column on the right. fundamental lead blunt assosiated baked commensurate was chanted policy benefit pitched crowed accept cast grounded overhaul chair customers related owner 1. .. 2. .. 3. .. 4. .. 5. .. 6. .. 7. .. 8. .. 9. .. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

1. Accuracy is to the skill of typewriting. 2. It has always been the of this company to promote existing products. 3. Mr. Johnson has been asked to the next meeting of the club committee. 4. He has been unable to find a job with his ability as an accountant. 5. I my eyes around the room but could not see her. 6. The police said that the man was killed by a instrument. 7. The campers their tent at the base of the mountain. 8. Income tax rates are usually to ones annual income. 9. As they watched the football match the huge crowd in unison. 10. The car needs a complete . 11. Peter the cake too long and it got burned. 12. Some teachers let students turn in their assignments late, but others never late work. 13. Some people prefer to rent a house or apartment because they dont want the responsibilities of being a home 14. Stores often have special sales in order to attract more 15. Diet and exercise can your health in many ways.

SECTION B Question 16 25 (20 marks) There are two reading passages below. Read each passage carefully and answer briefly the question that follow. Passage 1 How can we keep our teeth healthy? First, we ought to visit our dentist twice a year. He can fill the small holes in our teeth before they destroy the teeth. He can examine our teeth to check that they are growing in the right way. Unfortunately, many people wait until they have toothache before they see a dentist. Secondly, we should brush our teeth with a toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste at least twice a day, or after breakfast and once before we go to bed. We can also use wooden toothpicks to clean between teeth after a meal. Thirdly, we should eat food that is good for our health and our body; milk cheese, fish, brown bread, potatoes, red rice, raw vegetables and fresh fruit. Chocolates, sweets, biscuits and cakes are bad, especially when we eat them between meals. They are harmful because they stick our teeth and cause decay. 16. Only when do a lot of people visit a dentist? 17. How often ought we try to clean our teeth? 18. What shouldnt we eat a lot? 19. Why are sweets harmful? 20. What happens to our teeth when food and germs collect in a small crack? Passage 2 For many years people believed that the cleverest animals after man were chimpanzees. Now, however there is proof that dolphins may be even cleverer than these big apes. Although a dolphin lives in the sea, it is not a fish. It is a mammal. It is in many ways, therefore, like a human being. Dolphins have simple language. They are able to talk to one another. It may be possible for man to learn how to talk to dolphins. But this will not be easy because dolphins cannot hear the kind of sounds man can make. If the man wants to talk to dolphins, therefore, he will have to make a third language which both he and the dolphins can understand. Dolphins are also very friendly towards man. They
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often follow ships. There are many stories of dolphins guiding ships through difficult and dangerous water. 21. Which animals do people think may be the cleverest? 22. What other beings are dolphins like in many ways? 23. What have scientists discovered about dolphins? 24. Why is a third language necessary if man wants to talk to dolphins? 25. In what way are dolphins friendly to man? SECTION C Question 26 35 (20 marks) Fill each of the gaps in the passage below with only ONE suitable word. Ladies and Gentlemen, At the end of (26) a valuable and informative conference, I would like to express my gratitude to the organizing committee on (27) of all the visiting delegates. You have made us welcome to your country in a way (28) we shall always remember. Everything has been perfectly planned and whenever any of us got into a little difficulty (29) of our imperfect control over your delightful but as a foreigner puzzling language, there was always (30) near at hand to sort the matter out. Those of us (31) have attended a large number of such conferences in different parts of the world cannot recall the occasion when things have gone so smoothly and (32) we have felt so relaxed and free to concentrate on the important work at hand. (33) conclusion, I trust that when my country is to have the honour of (34) the host, a year from now, we (35) be able, with your experience and assistance, to handle the complex task of organization as efficiently. 26. .. 27. .. 28. .. 29. .. 30. .. 31. .. 32. .. 33. .. 34. .. 35. ..

PAPER TWO SECTION A

WRITING Question 36 45 (15 marks)

Make all changes and additions necessary to produce, from the following sets of words and phrases, sentences which together make a complete passage. Example: She/give/I/flower/birthday. Possible answer: She gave me some flowers on my birthday. 36. it/ me/ you/ last week// ..... 37. after you/ go/ I felt/ lonely/ I/do// ..... 38. I enjoy/ you/ again. I hope/ you/ yourself/ too// ..... 39. I took/ exam/ three days ago. / difficult// ..... 40. if/ I/ pass. I/ get/ certificate// ..... 41. I/ be able/ good job// ..... 42. I/ had/ class party/ last night. The atmosphere/ great// ..... 43. everyone/ good mood/ because/ they finish/ course// ..... 44. I miss/ new/ friends/ I made// ..... 45. I/ stop/ now/ see/ next week// .....

SECTION B

Questions 46 55 (30 marks)

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it. Example: She looks remarkably like her mother. Possible answer: She and her mother look remarkably alike. 46. Have you got a pale blue sweater? I asked the shop assistant. I asked . 47. She showed me one that was too small. The one she . 48. How much is the red sweater? I asked. How much does .. 49. The red sweater was more expensive than the blue one. The blue sweater . 50. Jane is a better cook than Robert. Robert cant 51. Please do not smoke in this area of the restaurant. Customers are requested . 52. After I completed the task assigned for the whole week, I decided to have a leave. Having 53. I saw Tien walking hand in hand with a fashion model when I was going home. On the way .. 54. I like black coffee, but I like white coffee even better. I prefer 55. Tom has never betrayed his wife in his life. Never in his life ..

DCH IU LUT BNG TING ANH SAU Y RA TING VIT (1) Every one is under a legal duty (a) as a parent, foster parent, guardian or head of a family, to provide necessaries of life for a child under the age of sixteen years; (b) to provide necessaries of life to their spouse or common law partner; and (c) to provide necessaries of life to a person under his charge if that person (i) is unable, by reason of detention, age, illness, mental disorder or other cause, to withdraw himself from that charge, and (ii) is unable to provide himself with necessaries of life. (2) Every one commits an offence who, being under a legal duty within the meaning of subsection (1), fails without lawful excuse, the proof of which lies on him, to perform that duty, if (a) with respect to a duty imposed by paragraph (1) (a) or (b), (i) the person to whom the duty is owed is in destitute or necessitous circumstances, or (ii) the failure to perform the duty endangers the life of the person to whom the duty is owed, or causes or is likely to cause the health of that person to be endangered permanently; or (b) with respect to a duty imposed by paragraph (1) (c), the failure to perform the duty endangers the life of the person to whom the duty is owed or causes or is likely to cause the health of that person to be injured permanently. (3) Every one who commits an offence under subsection (2) (a) is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years; or (b) is guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding eighteen months.