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Ngc Hi 1. What question might we ask when reporting an event? A. WHAT is it about? B. WHY is it being sent? C.

HOW is it being transmitted? D. All of them. 2. What is the circumstance in this sentence: When the Treaty of Rome was signed on behalf of the Six in 1950, it gave Europe a long-term goal to aim at: unity. A. the Treaty of Rome B. on behalf of the Six C. Europe D. in 1950 3. What is the actor in this sentence: After the horrors of the war, the nations of Europe hoped for peace and believed that it could be ensu red by a united Europe. A. after the horrors of the war B. C. D. the nations of Europe hoped for, believed peace

4. The School of Languages is situated only two hundred yards from Warren Street Underground Station. Classes normally last two hours and are available each weekday in term-time. What question does the underlined phrase answer for? A. How long? (temporal) B. C. How often? (temporal) How far? (spatial)

D. 5.

Where? (spatial)

What part does reason belong to in the Circumstances? A. Cause B. Manner C. Matter D. Role

Thy Dung 1.How many functions are there in Jacobsons functions model? a.3 b.4 c.5 d.6 2. What are four categories of co- operative principle? a .quantity, quality, relation, manner. b. ability, willingness, obligation, right. c. quantity, quality, ability, manner d. relation, willingness, manner, right 3. As in the case of tenor, four scales need to be considered within the general category of mode of discourse are? a. b. c. d. Channel limitation, spontaneity, participation, accessibility Channel limitation, spontaneity, participation, politeness. Channel limitation, spontaneity, participation, privateness. Channel limitation, spontaneity, participation, formality.

4. What is the relation in the co-operative principle? A, avoid obscurity of expression b. ovoid ambiguity

c. be relevant d. be grief 5. What is the impersonality in tenor? a. the social distance in the address relationship between sender and receiver. b. a measure of the extent to which the producer of a text- speaker or writeravoids reference to her/himself or to the hearer / reader. c. a measure of the attention the writer give to the structuring of the message. d. the assumptions the sender has made about the knowledge he or she shares with the receiver. Bo Chng (Chapter 2) 1.How many kinds does a knowledge base consists of: A. B. C. D. 3 4 5 6

2.The ability to produce and understand utterances belongs to: A. B. C. D. Sociolinguistic competence Grammatical competence Discourse competence Strategic competence

3.How many key clause type are there? A. B. C. D. 4 5 6 7

4.Which problem does pragmatic processor NOT deal with A. B. C. D. Thematic structure of the original Style of the original Purpose of the original Reference of the original

5. Which clause type does this sentence represent Im looking for a word: A. S P O

B. S P C C. S P O C D. S P O O Thanh An 1. In terms of word-meaning, how many main approaches are there? a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5 2. What are the main approaches in terms of word-meaning? a. Reference theory c. componential analysis b. Meaning posulates d. all are correct 3. What is the term for the approach which would express the relationship between word and entity such as word X refers to entity Y? a. Reference theory c. componential analysis b. Meaning posulates d. none is correct 4. What is the term for the approach which would make use of an analogy from chemistry-each word contains a number of atoms of meaning? a. Reference theory c. componential analysis b. Meaning posulates d. none is correct 5. What is the diagram which show the relationship between the linguistic sign and the object of Mr. de Saussure:
Concept Acoustic image concept linguistic sign

a. linguistic sign =

object

b. acoustic image =

object

c object =

Acoustic image concept Linguistic sign object

linguistic sign

d. concept =

acoustic image

6. When we mention about the norms people use, such as things relevant to time, space, volume, weight, what is the general term for those things in word meaning field? a. Reference theory c. componential analysis b. Meaning posulates d. none is correct

7. When talking about inclusion, exclusion or more specific is hyponymy, synonymy, antonymy, what is being mentioned? a. Reference theory c. componential analysis b. Meaning posulates d. all are correct 8. What are the following relevant to sentence-meaning? a. Utterance, sentence, proposition b. Situation, context and univer of discourse c. Both are correct d. Both are wrong 9. In what way can we analize the sentence A hit B with a hammer? a. A (process) hit ( goal) B ( actor) with a hammer ( instrument) b. A (goal) hit ( process) B ( instrument) with a hammer (actor) c. A (actor) hit ( process) B ( goal) with a hammer ( instrument) d. A ( instrument) hit ( actor) B ( goal) with a hammer (process) 10. What is the diagram for the 3 terms as followings?
sentenc utterence propostion

sentence utterance proposition

sentence

utterance

proposition

propositio utterance

sentence

Xun Hoa 1) how many standards of textuality? A. 4 B. 5 C. 6 D. 7 2) What is the funtion of cohesion and coherence?

A. They both have the funtion of binding the text together by creating sequences of meaning. B. They both have the funtion of making the text more interesting. C. They both have the funtion of making the meaning of the text D. A, B and C 3) " I had a cup of coffe. I got up. I woke up. Which standard of textuality this sentence lack of ? A. Cohesion B. Coherence C. Informative D. Relevance 4) what is informativity of the text? A. Text contain information and measure of that is the informativity of the text. B. The relation of the text C. The text have a lot of information D. B and C

5)Why did the speaker/writer produce this? This question ask about which standard of the text? A. B. C. D. Cohesion Coherence Intentionality informative

Gia Hn 1. How many problems concerning the text the reader of a text is faced by? A. B. C. D. 1 2 3 4

2. Text typologies includes two types. Which are these below? A. Formal typologies, form function typologies

B. Cognitive content, semantic sense C. Formal typologies, functional typologies D. Cognitive content, semantic sense, formal typologies, functional typologies 3. Texts have traditionally been organized into informal typologies on the basis of: A. Topic B. Theme C. Point of view D. Text-type 4. Language is as a tool depending on whether the major focus of the text is on: A. The producer the subject-matter the receiver B. Expressive informative vocative C. Both (a) and (b) are correct D. Both (a) and (b) are not correct 5. Read the text and answer the question In the safely hardly all two of said the many course almost at in changed working of field hundred be of views translation the years can have. Which kind of text-processings mistake does the Text A make? A. Syntactic knowledge B. Semantic knowledge C. Pragmatic knowledge D. Procedural knowledge 6. Read the text and answer the question When snow becomes compressed _________ a long period of ___________ freezing, it congeals into ____________ and forms ice streams _______ as glaciers As we _______, the summits of many ________are covered with snow ________________ the year around. Which kind of text-processing does the Text B make? A. Syntactic knowledge

B. Semantic knowledge C. Pragmatic knowledge D. Factual knowledge 7. Which is a simple ballistic model of the text processing: skills? A. Writer => Reader => TEXT B. Reader => TEXT => Reader C. TEXT => Writer => Reader D. Writer => TEXT => Reader 8. Look at the figure and fill in the blank

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Linear sequences Grammatical structures

Propositions

Sequencing

Plans and goals

A. Theme B. C. Draft Main ideas

D. Brainstorming 9. How many stages to work through the process stage by stage from planning to actual writing? A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6 10. Which skill can we learn through the text processing? A. Scanning skill

B. Problem solving skill C. Vernacular translation skill D. Literal translation skill

HIu Hnh (Chapter 7) 1. What question might we ask when reporting an event? A. B. C. D. WHAT is it about? WHY is it being sent? HOW is it being transmitted? All of them.

2. What are the unmissable participants in every statement? A. Actor, Process, Goal B. Actor, Process, Circumstances C. Actor, Process D. Process, Circumstances 3. What is the least important participant among these? A. Actor B. Process C. Goal D. Circumstances 4. What is the circumstance in this sentence: When the Treaty of Rome was signed on behalf of the Six in 1950, it gave Europe a long-term goal to aim at: unity. A. B. C. D. the Treaty of Rome on behalf of the Six Europe in 1950

5. What is the Actor in this proposition: When the Treaty of Rome was signed on behalf of the Six in 1950 A. The treaty of Rome B. Behalf of the Six C. Unknown D. The whole proposition

6. What role does the Treaty of Rome play in the second proposition of this sentence: When the Treaty of Rome was signed on behalf of the Six in 1950, it gave Europe a long-term goal to aim at: unity. A. Circumstances B. Actor C. Goal D. Process 7. What is the actor in this sentence: After the horrors of the war, the nations of Europe hoped for peace and believed that it could be ensured by a united Europe. A. B. C. D. after the horrors of the war the nations of Europe hoped for, believed peace

8. Pick out the Process/ Processes in this sentence: After the horrors of the war, the nations of Europe hoped for peace and believed that it could be ensured by a united Europe. A. hoped B. believed C. hoped for peace and believed D. hoped for peace and believed that it could be ensured by a united Europe 9. The School of Languages is situated only two hundred yards from Warren Street Underground Station. Classes normally last two hours and are available each weekday in term-time. What question does the underlined phrase answer for? A. B. C. D. How long? (temporal) How often? (temporal) How far? (spatial) Where? (spatial)

10. What part of Circumstances does reason belong to? A. B. C. D. Cause Manner Matter Role

Ngc Hin (Chapter 2)

1. What does a knowledge base consist of? A source language knowledge, target language knowledge, domain knowledge, texttype knowledge B target language knowledge, domain knowledge, contrastive knowledge C source language knowledge, target language knowledge, contrastive knowledge D source language knowledge, target language knowledge, text-type knowledge, domain knowledge ,contrastive knowledge 2. What does communicative competence consist of? A grammatical competence, sociolinguistic competence B sociolinguistic competence, strategic competence C discourse competence, strategic competence DA&B 3. What are the knowledge and skills required to understand and express the literal meaning of utterances? A grammatical competence B sociolinguistic competence C discourse competence D strategic competence 4. What is the knowledge of and ability to produce and understand utterances appropriately in context? A grammatical competence B sociolinguistic competence C discourse competence D strategic competence 5. What is discourse competence? A knowledge of the rules of the code including vocabulary, pronunciation

B knowledge of and ability to produce and understand utterances appropriately in context C the ability to combine form and meaning to achieve unified spoken or written texts in different genres D the mastery of communication strategies 6. What is the mastery of communication strategies which may be used to improve communication or to compensate for breakdowns? A grammatical competence B sociolinguistic competence C discourse competence D strategic competence 7. In preparing to translate, what could we do? A could reproduce the forms of the original B could reproduce the ideas of the original C couldnt reproduce the forms and the ideas of the original D could reproduce either the forms or the ideas of the original 8. In preparing to translate, what could we do? A couldnt retain the style of the original B could retain the style of the original C couldnt adopt a different style D could retain the style of the original or adopt a different style 9. In preparing to translate, what could we do? A could add words, phrases, clauses B could omit words, phrases, clauses C could attempt to transfer everything from source to target text D could add or omit words, phrases, clausesor attempt to transfer everything from source to target text

10. In writing the target language text, what should we do? A write the main idea of content of the original B try to replicate as much of the form and content of the original as possible C try to replicate as much of the form of the original as possible D try to replicate as much of content of the original as possible

Hng Hnh 1. How many are there in a model of text processing? A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6 2. What do we do in parsing stage? A. Mapping the proposition content onto the syntax B. Arranging clauses in a suitably communicative manner C. Realizing them as written text D. All of them 3. What is the regulative principle for texts? A. Efficiency, effectiveness, fluency B. Effectiveness, appropriateness, fluency C. Appropriateness, fluency, efficiency D. Efficiency, effectiveness, appropriateness 4. The five-stage process in writing in order includes: A. Planning, ideation, development, expression, parsing B. Planning, ideation, expression, development, parsing

C. Expression, planning, ideation, parsing, development D. Parsing, expression, ideation, planning, development

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5. Which element is missing in the following text processing? A. Linear sequences B. Vocabulary and grammatical structures C. Linear sequences and grammatical structures D. Grammatical 6. Which knowledge do we need to have to process texts?
A. Syntactic and semantic knowledge

? Propositions Sequencing Main ideas Plans and Goals

B. Semantic, specialized and pragmatic knowledge C. Pragmatic, semantic and syntactic knowledge D. Specialized, semantic and syntactic knowledge

Nh Hn 1. Which one belongs to human storage system? a. Sensory information system b. Short-term memory system c. Long-term memory system d. All the above answers 2. What does a filter do? a. Rejects all but the information to which the system is paying attention b. Receives information on form of sight, hearing, taste, touch, smell c. Provides a complete and detailed record of the stimulus d. All the above answers 3. What kind of knowledge is stored in long-term memory (LTM)? a. Factual knowledge, procedural knowledge b. Short-term knowledge c. Long-term knowledge

d. Sensory knowledge 4. How many types of memory are there in LTM? a. 1: conceptual memory b. 2: conceptual memory and episodic memory c. 3: conceptual memory, episodic memory, long-term memory d. 4: conceptual memory, episodic memory, long-term memory and short-term memory 5. Translate into Vietnamese: Episodic memory is the memory for events which contains the records of ones own experiences; experiences which have occurred in time and space, i.e. they are specific and context-bound. 6. Translate into English: Tri li vi b nh s kin, b nh d liu l b nh lu tr nhng ngha phn nh cc khun mu vn c ca vic t chc kin thc, v d nh cu trc ca mt s kin hay tnh hung. 7. Chose the correct recalling information process: a. Re-processing the question -> accessing the database -> finding the answer b. Re-processing the question -> finding the answer -> accessing the database c. Re-processing the question -> reformulating -> accessing the database -> finding the answer d. Re-processing the question -> accessing the database -> scan data -> finding the answer 8. What are the 5 demons in human information- processing? a. Image, feature, cognitive, decision, supervisor b. Image, feature, cognitive, decision, letter c. Image, feature, cognitive, decision, model d. Image, feature, cognitive, decision, theory 9. Translate into Vietnamese: The whole aim of the book Translation and Translating is, as we frequently stated, to provide a means of converting the translators individual, private, procedural knowledge into general, public, factual knowledge, i.e. to externalize the internal system by modeling it.

10. Stereotype and prototype information are stored in: a. Lexical entries b. Logical entries c. Encyclopedic entries d. All the above answers Trung Dng (Chapter 1) 1. Translation is the expression in another language of what has been expressed in another, source language, preserving and equivalences. a. semantic and stylistic b. lexical and semantic c. grammatic and stylistic d. lexical and grammatic 2. Texts in different languages can be equivalent in a. different degrees (fully and partly equivalent) b. different levels of presentation (equivalent in respect of context, semantics, grammar, lexis,etc) c. different ranks (word-for-word, phrase-for-phrase, sentence-for-sentence) d. All of them are correct 3. The description of a good translation is that: a. the translation should give a complete transcript of the ideas of the original work. b. The style and the manner of writing should be of the same character with that of the original c. The translation should have all the ease of original composition. d. All of them are correct 4. Translation is the abstract concept which encompasses: a. The process of translating b. The product of that process c. Both of them are correct d. Either of them is correct 5. Arrange the order to complete the steps of what a translator does 1:decode message 2: receive message 3:re-encode message a. b. c. d. 1-2-3 3-2-1 1-3-2 2-1-3

6. In the process of communication, after selecting message and code, the sender a. Encodes message b. Selects channel c. Transmits signal containing message d. Recognizes code 7. In the process of translating, after receiving signal 1 containing message, the translator a. Decode signal 1 b. Retrieves message c. Recognizes code 1 d. Comprehends message 8. Arrange the order to complete the translation process: 1:Target language text 2: Semantic representation 3: Analysis 4: Synthesis 5: source language text a. 5-3-1-4-2 b. 5-3-1-4-2 c. 5-1-2-3-4 d. 5-3-2-4-1 9. A theory is an explanation of a. A phenomenon b. Preception of system c. Order in something observed d. All of them are correct 10. A translation theory must reflect the following characteristics a. Testable b. Able to predict c. Comprehensive d. All of them are correct