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ENGLISH 3 – FINAL EXAMINATION REVISION BOOKLET (VOCABULARY)


Unit 1:

A. Pronunciation:

1. A choice B cuisine C cure D courage

2. A poverty B motivate C donate D devote

3. A wanted B insprired C devoted D impacted

4. A insignificant B identification C delivery D minimize

5. A donate B devote C delivery D graduate

B. Stress:

1. A impact B inspire C affect D devote

2. A delivery B environment C efficient D distribution

3. A motivate B minimize C contribute D poverty

4. A courage B engage C manage D impact

5 A passionate B important C deliver D nonprofit

C. Vocabulary in context:

1. Everyday heroes are nornal people who are ……………….. about making the world a better place.

A passionate B insignificant C effective D inspiring

2. Many researchers have ……………….. their lives to finding a cure for cancer.

A donated B motivated C devoted D distributed

3. The work of great people, like Nelson Mandela, makes an ……………….. on millions of people’s lives.

A efficient B impact C inspiration D affection

4. Charities often need volunteers to help ……………….. at their events.

A for B out C with D on

5. Countries need to work together in order to ……………….. the impact of climate change.

A making B increasing C donating D minimizing

6. Climate change are causing destructive impacts ……………….. a global scale.

A on B in C at D for

7. A number of charities are making their efforts to ……………….. food to the homeless people.

A pick up B inspire C distribute D devote

8. Bicycles are among one of the cheapest and most ……………….. forms of transport.

A important B insignificant C couraging D efficient

9. My mother is making breakfast with some ……………….. chicken from last night's meal

A last B rest C abandoned D leftover

10. This is a very difficult piece of music to play – it ……………….. a lot of concentration.

A produces B contributes C demands D distributes

11. Helping to reduce ……………….. in developing countries also helps to reduce environmental destruction.

A pouring B poverty C purity D poverish

12. Her friends take advantage of her ………………... They borrow her a lot of money but never pay it back.

A generosity B selfishness C poverty D courage

13. His new job makes a lot of demands ……………….. him

A on B from C of D in

14. If you would like to ……………….. this job offer, call us now at 09875283. First come first served.

A get in on B get on C get in D get on in

15. She ……………….. to having seen the robbery take place.

A decided B devoted C witnessed D watched

Unit 2:

A. Pronunciation:

1. A improved B analyzed C nurtured D predicted

2. A talent B analyze C practice D appropriate

3. A predictive B emerge C practice D idea

4. A advantage B distinguish C encourage D change

5. A courage B roughly C touch D sound

B. Stress:

1. A predictive B advantage C analyze D description

2. A benefit B celebration C rapidly D movement

3. A commerce B improve C appeal D emerge

4. A emulate B crucial C strategy D technology

5. A distinguish B ridicule C courage D nurture

C. Vocabulary in context:

1. The report was written after ……………….. data from the case histories of thousands of patients.

A predicting B nurturing C describing D analysing

2. Many young singers find it normal to have misleading speech because we have ……………….. them and given them a sense of self-importance.

A under-rated B over-invested C over-glorified D over-merged

3. The designs for the new building have attracted ……………….. criticism because it is rather costly.

A fair B common C widespread D less

4. Employment levels are unlikely to ……………….. before the end of next year.

A fell B raise C increased D rise

5. The school hold responsibility to ……………….. their young talents.

A nuture B show off C waste D harness

6. The ……………….. workforce would have to support a growing number of retired people in Japan, where the population is aging faster than ever before.

A shrinking B increasing C rising D improving

7. Finding the ……………….. trends is the most important step when you decide to start your own business.

A planking B emerging C shrinking D fashion

8. Education should be relevant ……………….. the child's needs.

A with B at C to D for

9. I know she's offered us a sum of money, but I don't want her to think we're ……………….. of her.

A taking advantage B making fun C taking turn D reaching out

10. The team is discussing about the ……………….. strategy to achieve their goals in the next 10 years.

A long-time B short-time C long-term D short-term

11. They provide a ……………….. range of kitchen appliances, hoping to offer customers with more suitable choices.

A wide B various C thick D large

12. He's colour-blind and can't the ……………….. difference between red and green easily.

A make B appeal C obtain D distinguish

13. He won't last long in the world of ……………….... The market is increasingly competitive.

A purchasing B selling C producing D commerce

14. You can use the ……………….... to keep only the most relevant data.

A hook B net C sponge D filter

15. It is that ……………….... the problem is solved immediately.

A unnecessary B insignificant C cruel D crucial

Unit 3:

A. Pronunciation:

1. A provision B question C concern D symptom

2. A approach B machine C challange D eventually

3. A dementia B question C eventually D change

4. A approach B diagnose C overwhelming D behavior

5. A healthcare B treatment C dream D streamer

B. Stress:

1. A pressure B constant C detect D proper

2. A approach B sensor C treatment D restore

3. A facility B dementia C automate D provision

4. A aging B prevent C symptom D affects

5. A behaviour B eventually C jewelry D contribute

C. Vocabulary in context:

1. Alzhemer’s – the most common type of dementia among the old – affects a person’s memory, ……………….. and thinking.

A attitude B behaviour C actions D speed

2. She is constantly ……………….. under pressure and it’s having serious impacts on her health.

A over B under C beneath D above

3. Translation is a traditional ……………….. in language teaching and learning.

A approach B step C detection D solution

4. ……………….. challanges and having lessons learnt can help a person grow up and become stronger.

A getting B meeting C facing D greeting

5. She's been ……………….. from cancer for two years. Her health is getting better day by day.

A suffering B preventing C stoping D dealing

6. It is the finacial department’s responsibility to ……………….. the cash flow and report whenever there is anything strange happens.

A restore B monitor C detect D diagnose

7. We need to make ……………….. changes to the way we treat our environment.

A minor B fundamental C minority D unnoticeable

8. His condition was ……………….. as some type of blood disorder by our best doctor.

A considered B predicted C seen D diagnosed

9. Most fourth-year students have to take an internship to gain ……………….. experience before entering the workforce.

A thirdhand B secondhand C firsthand D indirect

10. Will you keep your ……………….. on my suitcase while I go to get the tickets?

A ear B nose C eye D mouth

11. I've been ……………….. to understand completely this difficult lesson all afternoon.

A monitoring B struggling C facing D challenging

12. Many aged people who have Alzhemer’s have to seek help from medicine to ……………….. their memory.

A store B restore C backup D restart

13. Her mental problems ……………….. from her difficult childhood.

A take place B because C due D stem

14 ……………….. population will put working population under growing pressure

A aging B aged C young D mature

15. This was an/a ……………….. experience for me to play in the national team. Tt was like a dream to me.

A overwhelming B exhausting C challenging D detective

Unit 4:

A. Pronunciation:

1. A received B looked C allowed D featured

2. A needs B detects C spams D believes

3. A scale B aspect C command D attach

4. A opinion B product C technology D occasion

5. A although B think C that D therefore

B. Stress:

1. A review B abuse C allow D feature

2. A reliable B encourage C simplify D frustrating

3. A encourage B offensive C intended D intuition

4. A overall B different C business D allowance

5. A button B lesson C effect D function

C. Vocabulary in context:

1. What are the ……………….. that new technology has on your life? - Reduced sleep-quality and social disconnection.

A solutions B impacts C features D functions

2. Letters from unknown senders will be marked as ……………….. in the mail box.

A read B spam C advertiseing D draft

3. You would find it much quicker and easier to ……………….. and download information if you upgrade your Internet service.

A look B search C abuse D browse

4. Social networks help people keep in ……………….. with their friends and family within a few clicks.

A secret B reach C touch D mind

5. Always keep in ……………….. your budget when shopping otherwise you will overspend.

A head B brain C mind D touch

6. New employees always seem to be out of ……………….. with the current workers. It takes time to keep pace at work.

A touch B job C sync D mind

7. The city has a ……………….. quality as if it had existed forever.

A timely B timeless C timing D time

8. We've received a complaint from one of our listeners about ……………….. language during the workshop.

A offensive B dangerous C courageous D motivating

9. He doesn't listen to what I say and it makes me so ………………... .

A frustrated B demanded C abusive D significant

10. I can't explain how I knew - I just had an/a ………………... that you'd been involved in an accident.

A intuition B function C ability D possibility

11. Somehow I made him mad by my words, which wasn't what I had ………………....

A reached B intended C decided D complained

12. He doesn't have the ……………….... to admit it when he's wrong.

A humility B pride C self-control D ego

13. The country's development was ……………….... by a leader who didn’t want to change for the better.

A improved B raised C encouraged D constrained

14. Articles on that magazine are edited for clarity and ………………....

A usability B readability C writability D responsibility

15. Job interviewees have to have ……………….... work in order to impress the employers.

A preparatory B decorative C physical D demanding

A. Pronunciation:

1. A subscribe B suffer C success D sufficient

2. A attention B encourage C ensure D enthusiastic

3. A motivate B solar C colour D cold

4. A college B collection C copy D technology

5. A passion B illustration C technician D question

B. Stress:

1. A communication B immigrant C organize D popular

2. A facility B empower C enhancing D government

3. A upgrade B complex C success D urban

4. A recruit B ensure C backyard D program

5. A engineer B demonstrate C overseas D insufficient

C. Vocabulary in context:

1. Due to the urgent need of expanding the production chains, more middle-aged workers are …………………

A recruited B fired C resigned D sacked

2. Water play a/an ……………….. role in our lives. We can live no more than 3 days without water.

A minor B significant C negative D confident

3. There is no clear ……………….. that she took the money. We should avoid wrong acusation.

A example B bankruptcy C proof D reputation

4. The employee’s ……………….. and talents have contributed to the achievement of the company.

A communication B dedication C illustration D attention

5. The country is totally self- ……………….. in food and drink. There is no need for imported goods.

A ancient B patient C confident D sufficient

6. The gaps in market have offered ……………….. more chances of making big money from their start-up.

A employers B employees C managers D entrepreneurs

7. Children from an/a ……………….. family background are more likely to get involved in crime.

A underrated B underprivileged C underglorified D underperformed

8. Our poorly regulated transportation system has take away the chances to ……………….. the quality of life.

A enhance B encourage C enlarge D enable

9. The best way to deal with sexual discrimination is to ……………….. women to speak up in the workplace.

A activate B generate C power up D empower

10. Have you made an appointment for your next ……………….. check-up?

A decoration B decorative C dentist D dental

11. She's carrying out a study that compares health service in urban and ……………… areas.

A cities B restricted C rural D non-trespassing

12. His confident leadership has ……………… his followers.

A discouraged B in spite C demotivated D inspired

13. The non-profit organization is getting ……………… support from the govenment to run charity projects.

A dental B financial C commercial D parental

14. The new haircut completely ……………… her. She looks much younger than the last time I saw her.

A transformed B transplanted C transported D transitioned

15. Eventually she managed to ……………… her shyness in class. She can deliver any presentation with much confidence.

A overcome B give up on C set up D overdue

Unit 6:

A. Pronunciation:

1. A tackle B beware C barrier D analogy

2. A concisely B consider C deliver D deposit

3. A clutter B dump C customer D visual

4. A engage B conversation C absorbtion D recreation

5. A blanket B knowledge C concisely D speak

B. Stress:

1. A compromise B readable C multiply D overwhelm

2. A desperate B relevant C onstage D jargon

3. A communicate B experience C uncomfortable D barrier

4. A institution B energetically C equivalent D recreation

5. A concise B technical C engage D analogy

C. Vocabulary in context:

1. When is the government going to ……………… the problem of poverty in the rural areas?

A challenge B tackle C deal D face

2. When shopping online, you need to ……………… of hidden costs.

A beware B look out C pay attention D watch out

3. James comes up with the new design for his product. He hopes the change in colour would ……………… customer’s attention.

A grab B pay C tackle D appeal

4. You should ……………… of salespeople who promise offers that seem too good to be true.

A sovle B deal C deliver D beware

5. He drew an/a ……………… between the brain and a vast computer so that the audience can easily understand how the brain works.

A biology B philosophy C analogy D poleontology

6. During job interviews, the length of an answer is not as important as how ……………… it is. You still can reply with short but detailed answers which are more effective.

A imaginative B short C long D concise

7. Young children have quite short attention ………………, which is why one lesson of children in primary school doesn’t last longer than 25-30 minutes.

A energy B scales C pans D spans

8. Try not to ……………… yourself with work. Even a machine needs its break time.

A overthink B overlook C overload D overdue

9. Sorry about the ……………… in the kitchen. I would clean it up after our dinner.

A cluster B clutter C cutlery D cutter

10. It's important to stress that this qualification is not ……………… to a degree.

A equivalent B equiped C tolerant D concise

11. We had …………… about 300 visitors, but the actual number was much higher.

A rated B estimated C underestimated D overestimated

12. Despite the language ……………, Thien and Micheal soon became good friends.

A fluency B understanding C knowledge D barrier

13. "May I borrow this book?" - "…………… "

A For all mean B Not all mean C With all means D By all means

14. The situation is …………… - we have no food, very little water and no medical supplies.

A desperate B descriptive C comfortable D compromising

15. I am a secretary. Every morning at the office I have 2 hours …………… and replying customers’ emails.

A going round B going after C going through D going down

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