Đáp án Đề thi CPA Môn Tiếng Anh 2018

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Đề thi CPA Môn Tiếng Anh 2018 | Đề chẵn

PART I. READING

Section 1. Choose the correct word or phrase from the list below to complete each of the following sentences

  1. Employees work harder when they feel valued by the company they work for
  2. How important is it to invest in local community projects?
  3. The tiger is one of many animals in danger of becoming extinct
  4. Swimming is the best way to lose any weight you have gained on in the winter
  5. Scientists are constantly making new discoveries about the universe
  6. A weak economy has resulted in reduced prosperity for many
  7. To tell you the truth, I’m just not interested in that kind of music
  8. After you log in to the system, you’ll be asked to create a password
  9. We didn’t believe that they had cooked the meal themselves
  10. Have you made any arrangement for the reception yet?
  11. We were given some really good recommendation on restaurants to try out
  12. Don’t underestimate his abilities – he’s a lot better than you think
  13. The proposed plan was completely illogical – it made no sense at all.
  14. Whose phone is this? Is it yours?
  15. We were really worried about you. Where have you been?

Section 2: Read the following passages and do the tasks follow

Passage 1. Read the passage and answer the questions

Some people think that your preference for dogs or cats says a lot about who you are. Sam Gosling, a psychologist at the University of Texas in Austin, decided to find out if this is true. In particular, Gosling wanted to learn what the characteristics of certain types of pet owners are. In the study, Gosling first found out how people classify themselves: as dog people, cat people, neither, or both. Then he gave the same people a standard personality test. The results showed what Gosling expected: dog people and cat people are different. For example, Gosling learned that dog people are more outgoing than cat people, and cat people are generally more imaginative that dog people. Why these differences exist, however, is still a mystery.

1.Who is Sam Gosling?

He is a psychologist at the University of Texas in Austin

2. What did Gosling want to learn in his study?

Gosling wanted to learn the characteristics of certain types of pet owners

3. What did Gosling find out first?

He first found out how people classify themselves: as dog people, cat people, neither, or both

4. What were some of the results of Gosling’s study?

Dog people and cat people are different. Dog people tend to be more outgoing while cat people are more imaginative.

5.Do people know why dog people and cat people are different?

No, they have not figured out the reason of these differences

Passage 2. Read the passage carefully and choose ONE which you think fits best?

I know that it is my job to make sure that everything goes well for the tourists and I feel I work hard for the company. I cannot be blamed for last week. I met the group 25 at the airport and took them to the coach. The coach driver was a bit annoyed because the flight was late. We hadn’t used the Hotel Riviera before but our normal one had a conference in it so was fully booked. When I announced our arrival at the reception desk, they said they were full. I had booked rooms for the group but the manager said they were cancelled by phone a few days before. He insisted that he recognized my voice and that I had made the phone call.

We had a bit of an argument but they obviously didn’t have enough rooms. In the end the manager phoned other hotels in the town and found rooms for everyone but in four different hotels. By this time the coach had gone so we had to get taxis and some of the tourists started to get very angry with me. I still don’t know who made that phone call but it definitely wasn’t me.

1.What is the writer trying to do?

  • Argue
  • Apologize
  • Explain
  • Complain

2. Who was the text written to?

  • One of the tourists
  • The writer’s employer
  • The hotel manager
  • The coach company

3. Why weren’t any rooms available at the Hotel Riviera?

  • A conference was taking place there
  • There were more people in the group than expected
  • Someone had forgotten to book them
  • Someone had said they were not needed

4. What happened in the end?

  • The tourists got angry with the local manager
  • The tourists couldn’t stay together
  • The writer called the coach driver back
  • The writer found other hotels with rooms

5. Which sentence is true according to the text?

  • There was something wrong with our booking and the hotel had given booked rooms to other people
  • The hotel was not a good one so we moved to a better one
  • The tourists came to the hotel late so there weren’t any rooms left
  • The tourists hadn’t book rooms in advance that was why there weren’t any rooms left

Section 3. Read the passage below and think of ONE word which best fits each space. There is an example at the beginning

What is a coincidence?

A coincidence is a surprising thing that happen to us, (1) for example, two friends go shopping alone on the same day. When they meet up afterwards, they discover that they have each bought an identical T-shirt. Many people regard coincidences (2) either significant or mysterious. But the simple explanation could be that friends tend (3) to have similar taste in clothes. In reality, life is full (4) of coincidences, but normally we don’t notice them. For example, in almost fifty percent of all football matches, two players share (5) the same birthday. This seems surprising, given that there 365 possible birthdays (6) in the year. But most of these matches will be played without anybody being aware (7) that the coincidence exists. Unless your birthday is today or tomorrow, you don’t generally go around telling people when it is. What’s more, without realising it, you probably come into contact (8) with lot of people born (9) on the same day as you. But when (10) a coincidence brought to your attention, it still seems amazing.

PART II. WRITING

Section 1. The words in brackets can be used to form words that fit into the following sentences.

  1. We were (satisfy) unsatisfied with the level of service and complained to the manager
  2. Her (patient) impatience was obvious as she sat tapping her fingernails on the table.
  3. Their appearance at the airport was completely (expect) unexpected and left me speechless
  4. In these uncertain times it helps to understand how to manage financial securities (secure)
  5. I do wish my boss would stop (critic) criticizing everything I do

Section 2. Make all changes and additions necessary to produce complete sentences from the following sets of words and phrases

  1. He/tired/have/a long commute/to/from/work/each day.

He was tired after having a long commute from home to work each day

2. We/better/leave/now/if/not/want/miss/our train.

We’d better leave now if we don’t want to miss our train

3. He/prefer/ski/swim.

He prefers skiing to swimming

4. Would/you/mind/give/me/a hand/please?

Would you mind giving me a hand please?

5. She/suggests/he/go/France/instead/Italy/this summer.

She suggests that he should go to France instead of Italy this summer

6. Dog/take/out/walk/twice/day

Dog should be taken out for a walk twice a day

7. If/he/home/his coat/be/here.

If he is home, his coat will be here

8. By/this/time/next/month/I/graduate/university.

By this time of the next month, I will have graduated university.

9. He/phone/me/soon/as/he/hear/the news.

He will phone me as soon as he’s heard (hoặc “he hears”) about the news.

10. He/could/not/help/notice/the/strange/smell/room.

He could not help noticing the strange smell in his room.

Section 3. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it using given words. DO NOT change the word given

  1. She never remembered to pick me up from school 

She (always) is always forgetting to pick me up from school (hoặc she always forgot to…)

2. They are much better at basketball than me.

I’m not nearly as good as them at basketball

3. “Can you meet me after work?” he asked me.

He asked if I can meet him after work.

4. He didn’t do very well at university and now he regrets it.

He wishes that he had done better at university

5. He waited for her and she arrived over an hour late.

He (had) had been waiting for her over an hour when she arrived.

Section 4. Translation

4.1. Translate the following sentences into Vietnamese

  1. The central bank announced tighter lending regulations in August

Ngân hàng trung ương đã công bố các quy định thắt chặt hoạt động cho vay trong tháng 8.

2. Mr. Minh, co-Founder, chairman and chief Executive Officer of VNG Corporation, was honored as one of the 10 most influential people on the Internet in Vietnam for the last decade (2007-2017).

Ông Minh, đồng sáng lập, chủ tịch và người điều hành của tập đoàn VNG, đã được vinh danh như là 1 trong 10 người có ảnh hưởng nhất trên mạng ở Việt Nam trong thập kỷ vừa qua (2007 – 2017)

3. Cau Vang or the “Golden Bridge” in Vietnam’s Ba Na Hills has attracted lots of tourists since it opened in June.

Cầu Vàng ở Bà Nà Hills ở VIệt nam đã thu hút rất nhiều du khách kể từ khi mở cửa vào tháng 6.

4. Like so many countries around the world, Vietnam is hoping to reduce its impact on the environment.

Giống như nhiều nước trên thế giới, Việt nam đang hy vọng cắt giảm ảnh hưởng của mình đến môi trường

5. Vietnam’s exports are worth as much as the total value of its GDP.

Xuất khẩu của Việt Nam trị giá ngang bằng tổng giá trị GDP

4.2. Translate the following sentences into English

1. Việc tăng lãi suất sẽ làm giảm tăng trưởng dài hạn

An increase in the interest will reduce the growth in the long term hoặc Raising interest rates will slow down long-term growth

2. Nếu bạn đến thăm Hà nội, bạn phải ăn thử món bún chả

If you visit Hanoi, you should try the Kebab rice noodles (hoặc “Grilled-pork noodles”)

3. Đây là công việc thú vị nhất mà tôi từng làm

This is the most interesting job that i’ve ever had

4. Sống trong một căn hộ chung cư hay nhà đất riêng thường phụ thuộc vào số tiền bạn có và sở thích cá nhân của mỗi người

Living in an apartment or a single house depends on how much money you’ve got, as well as your personal interests.

5. Mặc dù tôi học tiếng Anh 5 năm rồi nhưng nói tiếng Anh vẫn là 1 điểm yếu của tôi

Although i’ve been learning english for 5 years, it is still a weakness of mine.

Đề thi CPA Môn Tiếng Anh 2018 | Đề lẻ

PART I. READING

Section 1. Choose the correct word or phrase from the list below to complete each of the following sentences

  1. Fast food often has a lot of chemicals added to it, for example, chemicals to make it sweeter.
  2. Countries that grow more food than their people need usually export food
  3. People who want to lose weight sometimes look for the latest trends in dieting and exercise.
  4. What are some foods that can be harmful to your health?
  5. We are certain that there never is any life on Mars 
  6. What kind of plants grow well in your area?
  7. Because the temperature is so low, there is no liquid on Mars, only ice.
  8. In the future, sociable robots will communicate better with people
  9. Your occupation is your job or profession.
  10. A radio or television series is a set of programs or shows
  11. The monkeys got angry when they noticed unfair treatment
  12. David Griffin was probably very frightened when he saw his son caught in a big wave.
  13. Monkeys live about 30 years. In contrast, apes can live almost 60 years.
  14. Wildlife photographers need to stay very calm if they want to take pictures of dangerous animals.
  15. It’s a good idea to have your camera ready at all times, so you can immediately take a photo.

Section 2. Read the following passages and do the tasks follow:

Passage 1. Read the passage and answer the questions:

Do you like to follow the newest and latest fashion trends? In the past, most clothing stores only sold new styles for each season. Nowadays, though, clothing retailers sell new styles every few weeks. They copy designer and celebrity styles and sell them cheaply. This is known as “fast fashion”. Fast fashion clothes are very popular because they are inexpensive and trendy. However, they also have problems. Their cheap price allows many people to follow rapidly changing fashion trends. As a result, people buy clothes more often and throw them away, creating more waste. Even worse, the materials used to make these clothes are harmful to the environment. They are often made from artificial materials, such as polyester, acrylic, and nylon, which cannot be easily recycled. And a single polyester dress takes about 200 years to break down!

  1. How often did most clothing stores sell new style in the past?

In the past, most clothing stores only sold new styles for each season.

2. What is “fast fashion”?

Cheap clothing which clothing retailers produce rapidly by copying designer and celebrity styles

3. Why do people buy clothes more often and throw them away?

Because fast fashion clothes are inexpensive, so that people can buy them more often to follow rapidly changing fashion trends

4. What kinds of materials are used to make clothes?

Fast fashion clothes are often made from artificial materials, for example, polyester, acrylic, and nylon.

5. How long does it take for a single polyester dress to breakdown?

It takes about 200 years for a single polyester dress to breakdown

Passage 2. Read the passage carefully and choose ONE which you think fits best.

All of us have to work to earn a living ourselves and to help our family, however, we work not only for material life but also for many other things. We are working to prove our ability. We feel self-confident and proud because we are independent.

Anyone who works in regarded as a useful member of society. We’re working, that means we’re contributing to our country. Working helps us train our minds because we always try our best to do the job. The better we work, the more money we earn and that encourage us to work harder. Without working, a man’s life will be empty, purposeless and meaningless and it’s easy for a jobless person to do wrongs.

1.Why should we work?

  • Because we have to
  • It makes our material life worse
  • It makes ourselves purposeless
  • It makes ourselves better

2. What can we get from work besides money?

  • Many other important things
  • Some salary
  • Meaningless feeling
  • Living

3. What will happen if we work more?

  • We feel better
  • We earn more
  • We contribute more
  • All are correct

4. What helps us work harder?

  • Good way
  • Good pay
  • Good life
  • None are correct

5. Without working, how is one’s life?

  • Better
  • More confident
  • Prouder
  • Boring

Section 3. Read the passage below and think of ONE word which best fits each space.

Friends

To many people, their friends are (0) the most important things in their life. Really good friends share (1) the good times and the bad times, help you when you’ve got problems, never judge you (2) and never turn their backs on you. Your best friend maybe someone you’ve known all your life, someone you’ve grown up with and been through lots of (3) the ups and downs with. 

There are all sorts of things (4) which/that can bring about this special relationship. It may (5) be the result of enjoying the same activities, having the outlook on life, or sharing similar experiences. Most of us have met someone that we immediately felt relaxed with, as if we (6) have known them (7) for years. However, usually it really does take you years to get (8) to know someone well enough to consider your best friend. To the majority of us, this is someone we trust completely and who understands us better (9) than anyone else. It’s the person you can turn to for impartial shoulder to cry on (10) when life gets you down.

PART II. WRITING

Section 1. The words in brackets can be used to form words that fit into the following sentences.

  1. You could see the audience’s (enjoy) enjoyment on their faces as they watched the show.
  2. Would you be (interest) interested in helping me train for my next match.
  3. Simon is really (health) unhealthy. He smoke a pack of cigarette everyday and never does any exercise.
  4. We (calculate) miscalculated how long it would take us to get to the airport and we missed our plane.
  5. John is so (depend) dependable. He never let you down.

Section 2. Make all the changes and additions necessary to produce complete sentences from the following sets of words and phrases

1.of/me/light/the/water/the/on/think/makes/diamonds.//

The water makes me think of the light on diamonds

2. and/happy/the/seems/relaxed/boy//

The boy seems happy and relaxed

3. angry/the/me/dead/and/sad/makes/gorilla/feel.//

Dead of the gorilla makes me feel angry and sad hoặc The dead gorilla makes me feel angry and sad

4. looks/water/the/cool/refreshing/and//

The water looks cool and refreshing

5. us/girl/of/young/the/famous/makes/sculpture/think/a.//

The sculpture makes us think of a famous young girl

6. Some/their/appointments/use/track/of/people/the calendar/their/phone/keep.//

Some people use the calendar on their phones to keep track of their appointments

7. This/first time/I/be/cinema/my own.

This is the first time i’ve been to the cinema on my own

8. Everyone/agree/smoking/harmful.

Everyone agrees that smoking is harmful

9. I/not/have/chance/look/the documents/the meeting/yet.

I haven’t had a chance to look at the documents of the meeting yet.

10. People/make/more effort/usually/do better/others.

People who make more effort usually do better than others

Section 3. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it using given words. DO NOT change the word given.

  1. Lan would have gone to the meeting if she had not been so tired (Tired)

Lan was (Tired) too tired to go to the meeting

2. I can’t believe this is the best room there is.

There must (better) be a better room than this one.

3. It is a waste of time for you to discuss the problem with Minh.

There’s (point) pointless to discuss the problem with Minh.

4. It is more than a year since I saw Lucy.

I (for) haven’t seen Lucy for more than a year.

5. I’m sorry I didn’t come to see you earlier.

I (wish) wish i had come to see you earlier.

Section 4. Translation

4.1. Translate the following sentences into Vietnamese

  1. The statue stands by itself in the square

Tượng đài đứng giữa quảng trường

2. She has taken the fullest advantage of her beauty.

Cô ấy đã tận dụng tối đa lợi thế sắc đẹp của mình

3. The religious label has long been thoroughly exploited by the enemy.

Cái mác tôn giáo đã bị kẻ thù khai thác rất nhiều trong suốt thời gian dài

4. Employers must make compensatory payments to workers for injuries suffered their work.

Các ông chủ phải thanh toán các khoản bồi thường cho những công nhận đã bị thương khi làm việc

5. Noone doubts his competence in solving those difficult problems.

Noone nghi ngờ khả năng của anh ấy trong việc giải quyết các vấn đề khó khăn

4.2. Translate the following sentences into English

  1. Bộ phim hay lắm

This film is great

2. Có phải những hương liệu và gia vị này đến từ phương Đông không?

Do these herbs and spices come from the East?

3. Gia đình chị rất nghèo nhưng chị ấy rất trung thực trong chuyện tiền bạc.

Her family is very poor but she is very honest in money-related issues

4. Nhiều người, kể cả tôi, bị dị ứng với các thực phẩm đóng hộp này

A lot of  people, including me, are allergic to these canned foods

5. Nam đã giúp nàng tìm được đồ của nàng.

Nam helped her to find her belongings.

OK. Vậy là xong. Ad sẽ cố gắng làm lần lượt hết đề thi CPA các năm cho kịp mọi người ôn thi. Chúc các bạn ôn thi tốt nha.

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