GW-5A-GatewayB1+_EOMT Reading Welcome to your GW-5A-GatewayB1+_EOMT Reading Thời gian làm bài là 60 phút Họ Tên và Mã Lớp Số điện thoại USE OF ENGLISH A Complete the second sentence so it means the same as the first, using the word given. Do not change the word given. Use between two and five words. (1 mark per answer) các bạn không cần gõ lại nguyên câu mà chỉ gõ trong phần còn trống.1. Take my advice and go to see the doctor soon. (were)If _________ go to see the doctor soon. 2. ‘Have you ever been to an international sporting event?’ asked Rose. (if)Rose asked me _________ to an international sporting event. 3. Someone is following us. (being)We _________________________. 4. Make sure you clean your room or Mum will be really angry. (better)You __________ your room or Mum will be really angry. 5. We had a very good time and we’ll definitely go to next year’s festival. (such)We had __________ we’ll definitely go to next year’s festival. 6. Someone has painted graffiti all over the garage wall.(been)____________ all over the garage wall. 7. I didn’t travel much when I was younger and now I regret it.(more)I ___________ when I was younger. B Complete the dialogue with one word in each gap. (1 mark per answer)A: Hi! Have you got any plans for the holidays?B: A couple. Six weeks is (1) a long time. I think I’ll go and stay with my Italian friend (2) three weeks.A: That sounds good. Is that the girl who lives in an enormous house near the mountains?B: That’s her! I wish we (3) a house half as big as hers!A: Her parents must be quite rich.B: Oh yes – they make wine!A: I have an Italian friend who lives near Milan, but I (4) been to her house yet. She came and stayed with us last summer.B: That’s right. I met her while she was staying with you. She’s really nice. Did you learn (5) Italian while she was here?A: No! Her English is (6) good that I didn’t have to learn any! And she said that she only (7) to speak English!B: So, (8) are you doing this summer then? Anything interesting?A: I’ve got to earn (9) money, so I’ll be working part time for my father, (10) runs his own business. Not a lot of fun! I wish I could go to Italy with you! VOCABULARY A Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words given. (1 mark per answer)1. Motor racing is a very (danger) sport and some drivers have been killed. 2. Charles Dickens was (inspire) to write by his terrible childhood in London.3. Do you know a good (electric) who can look at these lights for me?4. I hate meat that is (cook) because it loses all its flavour.5. I was very (embarrass) when the teacher asked me to read my essay to the whole class. B Choose the correct alternatives to complete the sentences. (1 mark per answer)1. Yuki isn’t very well at the moment, but he’s always ___ and smiling. a. patient b. lazy c. cheerful 2. Anna passed the tests easily. She’s very ___. a. pretty b. clever c. bossy 3. Do we really need to set ___ so early tomorrow morning? a. off b. on c. for 4. I can’t find anything in Gary’s room because it’s so ___. a. untidy b. filthy c. enormous 5. The ___ wrote some special music for the opening of the festival. a. conductor b. composer c. sculptor 6. I think Mario works ___ too often at the gym. He’s sometimes there for hours and hours. a. off b. out c. up 7. Did you get a ___ when you took the trousers back to the shop? a. refund b. receipt c. cash 8. This cake is too ___ to eat. Throw it out! a. spicy b. raw c. stale 9. We’ve just finished decorating my room, and I’m really pleased ___ it. a. for b. with c. by READING A Read the article about ways of dealing with stress and decide if the statements are true (T), false (F) or not mentioned (NM). (1 mark per answer) Are you stressed? RunningWe all know about the physical benefits of running, but the mental effects, such as clarity of thought and relief from stress, are just as important for good health. Running sends the blood to the brain and makes it easier to think clearly. You must take notice of what your brain is telling you. If you’re feeling stressed, go for a jog. The effect is even better when you run well. How to do it? A good tip is to watch an eight-year-old girl running. Her steps are springy; the foot gets off the floor quickly and comes down lightly. Running robotically on a treadmill with a blasting MP3 player is not going to get those happy hormones working. Tune into your feet and not the MP3 player.SleepingIt is all too easy for those who can ‘hit the pillow and go out like a light’ to tell you to just stop thinking about things. If you are a worrier, you will worry and this can affect your sleep. So, obey the basic rules: go to bed and get up at the same time every day, and allow some time to relax before bed. As for your worries, give yourself a ‘worry period’. This should be in the same place, at the same time every day. Give yourself 15–20 minutes to think about your worries and write a to-do list. And if you’re worrying about not sleeping and not being able to cope the next day, remember that our bodies actually need less sleep than we think. Although we’re told to get eight hours, six to seven hours is fine, so you may be getting more than enough sleep for your body to function well.Writing Writing down the things that are worrying us can be very therapeutic. It is a way of setting a thought free. Once it’s on the page or screen, we can read it, reread it, delete it or think about it. Writing allows us to use both the logical and creative parts of the brain. Try it: take one of your worries, such as a conversation or argument which has troubled you, and write what you wish you’d said or the words of sympathy you wish you’d been offered. Writing a blog may have replaced diaries, but they are both a means of presenting your thoughts. The style doesn’t need to be of a prize-winning standard to have value! 1. Running is good for our health in more than one way. True False Not mentioned 2. Running in a gym is just as good for us as running outside. True False Not mentioned 3. You should try to stay in bed longer when you have the opportunity. True False Not mentioned 4. Not sleeping well for long periods can cause problems. True False Not mentioned 5. It’s a good idea to write your worries down so that other people can read them. True False Not mentioned WRITING Please choose one of the topics below and write a short essay (150 -200 words) stating your opinion. Please write in paragraphs and please be sure to state your opinion clearly in the first paragraph. A space has been provided for you to take notes. Please take notes and organize your writing before starting your essay. phần viết các bạn viết ra giấy rồi nộp cho giáo viên nhé!. Some people believe that children should not be given homework everyday, while others believe that they must get homework everyday in order to be successful in school. Discuss both sides and give your opinion. An increasing number of children are overweight which could result in many problems when they grow older both in terms of their health and healthcare costs. Why do you think so many children are overweight? What could be done to solve this problem? Children can learn effectively by watching television. Therefore they should be encouraged to watch television regularly at home and at school. How much do you agree or disagree? Your writing will be given a band score according to IELTS band descriptors. This score will multiplied by 2.5 to give you a final score out 15. _____/15 Total: _______/51 1 out of 1 thanh2021-12-28T09:26:15+07:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInTumblrPinterestEmail About the Author: thanh Leave A Comment HủyYou must be logged in to post a comment.