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Brands Summer Camp 2014 ภาษาอังกฤษ

Brands Summer Camp 2014 ภาษาอังกฤษ

Keywords: ภาษาอังกฤษ

เอกสารการสอนวชิ าภาษาองั กฤษ
โดยครพู แ่ี นน (อรสิ รา ธนาปกจิ )
งาน Brand’s Summer Camp 2014

โครงการแบรนดซ ัมเมอรแคมป ปท ่ี 25 ____________________________________ ภาษาองั กฤษ (1)

ภาษาอังกฤษ (2)____________________________________ โครงการแบรนดซมั เมอรแ คมป ปท่ี 25

Top 5 Grammatical Highlights

โครงการแบรนดซัมเมอรแคมป ปท ่ี 25 ____________________________________ ภาษาอังกฤษ (3)

Part I : Error

1. She starts calling James at night, bitterly complaining about how badly her work was going
A. B.

or how she needed to be left alone.
C. D.

2. They point out that, despite of their advanced age, (3) nearly a fifth of the women in the
A. B. C.
oldest group remained emotionally vital.

3. A firefighter has just crawled across the smoke-filled attic, trying to open a window for
A. B.

ventilating, but no one can find him now.
C. D.

4. The manager was displeased with his secretary to leave the office early without
A. B. C.
asking for permission.
D. 2) Managing
A. 1) The managing
3) A manager 4) One of the managers

B. 1) displeasing with 2) displeasing of
3) displeasure in 4) displeasure by

C. 1) secretary’s leaving for 2) secretary leaving
3) secretary to be left 4) secretary left

D. 1) ask for 2) ask to
3) asking 4) for the asking

ภาษาองั กฤษ (4)____________________________________ โครงการแบรนดซ ัมเมอรแคมป ปท ่ี 25

Part II : Sentence Rearrangement & Paragraph Organization

เทคนิคพิชิตขอ สอบ • SPeanratgenracpehROeargrraannigzaetmioennt ((7GAวิชTา) สามัญ)

n อา นทกุ วรรคแลวดวู า ___________________________
(มแี ตข อสอบ GAT เทา นน้ั ท่ีตองตัดออก)

o ประโยคแรกมกั จะ ________________________________

p แตล ะประโยคมกั จะ ______________________________

q ไมสามารถเปนประโยคแรกไดค อื มีการใช
• Demonstrative (this, that ...), Article ที่ชเ้ี ฉพาะ (the)

• คําสรรพนามแทนนามทกี่ ลาวถงึ มาแลว ขา งหนาเชน
they, the practice, both, such danger ...

r คําเช่อื มเปน ตัวชวยประโยคแรกๆ ____________________
มกั จะเปนประโยคทายๆ ____________________________

*** ตองลองแปลคาํ เช่อื มอนื่ ๆ ทเี่ ชอื่ มโยงความคิดแตละประโยค ***

5. A. The good news is that there is help for many of these people, and steps that you can
take to get a good night’s sleep.
B. On top of that, these people tend to have higher rates of depression, heart diseases,
accidents, and missed work or school.
C. For many of us, this can be simply caused by stressed, but for a large percentage of the
population, about 1/3, this occurs nightly and can even prevent those people from
functioning properly during the day.
D. Many of us have dealt with insomnia at one point or another in our life.
E. One of the most important steps in getting a good sleep is simply to be comfortable; this
includes sleeping in a quieter room, or even wearing earplugs.
1) B - A - C - D - E 2) C - A - B - E - D
3) D - C - B - A - E 4) D - B - C - E - A
5) C - B - D - A - E

โครงการแบรนดซ ัมเมอรแ คมป ปท ่ี 25 ____________________________________ ภาษาองั กฤษ (5)

Part III : Reading

Sources of exams

n ___________________________ เนน ออกในรูปแบบ
Signs, Advertisement / Announcement (Commercials)
GAT ลาสุด! ไมม ี Comic strips และ Job ads

o Long reading passage
News & Research / Article : _________________________
Advertisement / Suggestion : ________________________

Passage I
Nowadays, lots of people look for the words “organically grown” when they want to eat

healthy. But what if turns out those little labels don’t actually mean what people think, and
that the foods they feel so good about eating aren’t that different from the store brand —
except for the price tag at checkout?

That’s the question raised by researchers at Stanford University in a study published this
week, which found that the health benefits of organically grown produce, meats, eggs and
cheeses are negligible when compared to their non-organic counterparts. Not only were foods
labeled organic no more nutritious than other foods, which tend to be substantially less
expensive, they were just as likely as the store brand to be contaminated by bacteria like E.
coli and other dangerous germs.

Moreover, the nutritional content of most fruits and vegetables depended more on
ripeness, soil and climate than on how they were farmed. Organic produce generally had
higher levels of phosphorus and compounds known as phenols, which may help prevent some
cancers. But the differences were so tiny, researchers couldn't say for sure they conferred any
overall health benefit. Meanwhile, some non-organic strains of fruits and vegetables actually
had more vitamins and anti-oxidants than their pricier organic cousins.

ภาษาองั กฤษ (6)____________________________________ โครงการแบรนดซ มั เมอรแคมป ปท่ี 25

Will any of this discourage people from pursuing healthier lifestyles by seeking out
organically grown foods? Not likely. The organic produce market was a $12.4 billion business
last year, and many people undoubtedly will see even minuscule differences in pesticide levels
and bacteria resistance as worth the extra cost. Eating foods that don’t contain synthetic
pesticides, hormones or additives is a lifestyle choice as much as a strategy for dietary health.

That’s because even for those skeptical of the health advantages of organic foods and
farming methods, they have a generally positive impact on the environment. Organic farmers
not only avoid the intensive use of pesticides to protect their plants, they also employ
techniques like crop rotation and natural fertilizers that don't produce harmful agricultural
runoff to contaminate rivers and streams.

Organic farming has the potential to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that
contribute to climate change. For many people, a healthier planet is as good a reason as any
for eating organic, regardless of the health advantages such foods confer.

6. What can be inferred from the question raised by researchers at Stanford University?
1) Organic foods are not worth eating.
2) Labels on organic foods are untruthful.
3) The price of organic foods is too high.
4) Organic foods are quite different from non-organic counterparts.
5) Lots of people are misled by the words “organically grown”.

7. What does the writer expect the reader to feel after reading paragraph 1?
1) Disappointed
2) Horrified
3) Helpless
4) Amazed
5) Angry

8. Which is NOT the true statement about organic and non-organic foods?
1) Non-organic foods are as nutritious as organic ones.
2) Non-organic foods are generally cheaper than organic ones.
3) Health benefits of organic and non-organic foods are very slightly different.
4) Both organic and non-organic foods can be contaminated by bacteria and other
dangerous germs.
5) Organically grown produce, meats, eggs and cheese are more delicious than their non-
organic counterparts.

โครงการแบรนดซัมเมอรแคมป ปท ี่ 25 ____________________________________ ภาษาอังกฤษ (7)

9. How are the ideas of the passage mainly developed?
1) Through general analysis
2) Through specific details
3) Through chronological order
4) Through comparison and contrast
5) Through cause and effect

10. How did the writer largely support his points?
1) By logical reasoning 2) By referring to organic farmers
3) By specific facts based on research 4) By quoting nutritionists
5) By direct observation

11. How do organic fruits and vegetables differ from non-organic ones?
1) They could gradually resist cancers.
2) They had more pesticide residue.
3) They had more nutritional content.
4) They had more vitamin and anti-oxidants.
5) They had higher levels of phosphorus and phenols.

12. What conclusion can be drawn from the passage?
1) Pursuing healthier lifestyle is unreasonable.
2) Many people are unwilling to pay the extra cost for organic foods for the sake of a
healthier environment.
3) The research findings undoubtedly encourage people to eat organic foods.
4) In spite of the research finding, the growth of organic food business is evident.
5) The use of the crop rotation technique and natural fertilizers in organic farms reduces the
greenhouse gas emission.

13. What is the chief purpose of this passage?
1) To inform 2) To inspire 3) To disapprove 4) To confirm
5) To judge

14. What is the tone at the end of the passage?
1) Expectant 2) Satisfied 3) Objective 4) Sarcastic
5) Disappointed

15. Which is the best title for the passage? 2) Food Choices
1) Healthy Foods
3) Pricier Foods for Healthier Planet 4) Is Organic Food Worth It?
5) Impact of Organic Food on Environment

ภาษาองั กฤษ (8)____________________________________ โครงการแบรนดซมั เมอรแคมป ปท ่ี 25

Part IV : Speaking

(1) __________________ Speaking Tips

(2) __________________

¾ I’m on my last legs. ¾ drop by
¾ It’s really no bother. ¾ screw up (mess up)
¾ I can’t be botherd.

16. Tom : Are you going to phone Patricia again?
Peter : .................... I’ve left five messages for her, and she’s never replied.
1) I haven’t. 2) I’d bothered.
3) She doesn’t want to. 4) It’s really no bother.
5) I can’t be bothered.

Part V : Vocabulary

17. Good citizens must observe the laws.
1) Tony should observe that his son rarely goes out on Friday nights.
2) A physician has to observe his patient’s condition carefully.
3) During the Buddhist Lent, Thai people observe five basic precepts.
4) My parents are making big plans to observe their 40th wedding anniversary in March.

18. There is little scientific evidence to substantiate the claims.
1) validate 2) suppress 3) repel 4) assail



พเ่ี ฝา ดณู เดชน คอยสงั เกตไมมองขา ม
พี่ยนิ ยอมทําตาม คอยซกั ถามออกความเห็น

เพลง PROVE (V.)

* attest to , prove , vindicate ตอง validate ตอง testify ใหเห็น
สุดฟา เกนิ จินตนาการกจ็ ะขา มไป มองฟาที่ใจตองการ

** verify , authenticate , substantiate , check , certify ใหรู
สุดฟา เกินจินตนาการก็จะขามไป มองฟา ทใี่ จตองการ

โครงการแบรนดซัมเมอรแ คมป ปท ี่ 25 ____________________________________ ภาษาองั กฤษ (9)

Ipan Plus Mini_Series II

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iPán plus mini : Series II 00:00



lody: Rhymes & Tales

Phrasal Verbs

Appendix II: Phrasal Verb

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

A abide by respect or obey. If you want to stay at this school,
(the law, a decision, a you must abide by the rules.
account for rule)
add up = ยอมปฏิบตั ติ าม I hope you can account for the
money you spent!
advise against explain, give a reason Her story just doesn't add up.
agree with = อธิบาย ชดใช
aim at The doctor advised him against
allow for make sense, seem carrying heavy loads.
answer back reasonable
appeal to = นาเชือ่ ถอื นาจะเปนจรงิ I agree with you. I think she
สมเหตสุ มผล deserves the award too.

recommend not The policeman aimed his
doing something gun at the hijacker.
= ทักทว ง หามปราม
You'd better leave early to allow
have the same opinion for traffic jams.
as somebody else.
= เหน็ พองกับ ยอมรบั Don't answer back your mother!
1) The organizers appealed to the
point something in the crowd to stay calm.
direction of a target 2) A trekking holiday
= มงุ หมายเพื่อ doesn't appeal to me

take into consideration, .
include in a calculation
= พจิ ารณา เผ่ือเอาไว
reply rudely
= สวนตอบ เถียงกลับ
1) plead or make an

earnest request
= รองขอ
2) be attractive or
= ดงึ ดูดใจ

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

apply for make a formal request He applied for the job he saw
avail (oneself) of for something advertised in the newspaper.
B back away (job, permit, loan etc.)
back down = สมคั ร
back up take advantage of When the company is privatized,
something you should avail yourself of the
bail out (an opportunity) opportunity and buy some shares.
= ใชป ระโยชนจาก
bank on move backwards, in When he saw the dog, he backed
beef up fear or dislike away.
black out = หลีกหนี ถอยกลบั
withdraw, concede Local authorities backed down on
defeat their plans to demolish the
= ยอมตาม building.
1) give support or 1) If I tell the boss we've got
encouragement too much work, will
= สนับสนุน you back me up?
2) make a copy of 2) It is recommended to back
(file, program, etc.) up all files in a secure location.
= สาํ รองขอมลู
1) pay money to secure 1) When he was arrested, his
someone's release
= ประกันออกมา family refused to bail him out.

2) The government bailed out the
2) rescue from financial bank.
= จา ยเงินหรอื ชว ยเหลอื ให
base your hopes on Don't forget the date. I'm banking
someone/something on your help.
= พึ่งพา
improve, make more He beefed up his presentation with
= เสริมกําลัง diagrams and statistics.

faint, lose When he fell off the horse
= เปนลม หมดสติ he blacked out.

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

block off Separate using a The area was blocked off during
blow up barrier. the demonstration.
= ปด ก้นั
boil down to 1) explode; 1) The terrorists said the bomb
boot up = ระเบิด would blow up at 9 o'clock.
2) be destroyed by an 2) The car blew up but luckily
break away explosion there was nobody in it.
break down = ระเบดิ ทําลาย
be summarized as The problem boils down to a lack
break into = ลดลง of money.
break out start a computer by Just give me a few minutes
break out of loading an operating to boot up the computer.
break up system or program.
bring up = เปด เครื่องเพ่อื ใชงาน A few horses broke away from the
brush up on escape from captivity paddock.
= หลบหนี 1) John's car broke down so he
1) go out of order, had to take the bus.
cease to function 2) The parents broke down when
= ใชง านไมได they heard the bad news.
2) lose control of one's
emotions Burglars broke into the house
= ควบคุมอารมณไมได around midnight.
enter by force
= บุกรกุ งดั แงะ

start suddenly Rioting broke out as a result of
= เรมิ่ ตน ทนั ที the strike.
escape from a place Three prisoners broke out of jail.
by force
come to an end After her marriage broke up, Emma
(marriage, relationship) went to live in London.
raise (a child) She stopped working in order
to bring up her children.
improve, refresh one's Mary had to brush up on her
knowledge of something Spanish before going to South

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

bump into meet by accident or Pedro bumped into his English
burn out unexpectedly teacher at the supermarket.
1) stop (something) 1) The fuse has burnt out.
butt in (on sthg) working 2) Tom will burn himself out if he
C call back 2) become exhausted doesn't slow down.
from over-working
call off interrupt impolitely It's rude to butt in on a
call on/upon sb conversation like that!
calm down return a phone call I'll call you back as soon as
carry on possible.
carry out cancel The meeting was called
off because of the strike.
carry over formally invite or I now call upon the President to
request address the assembly.
check in become more relaxed, He was angry at first but he
less angry or upset eventually calmed down.
check out continue He carried on gardening in spite of
the rain.
1) do something as 1) The plan was carried out to
specified perfection.
(a plan, an order, a 2) Tests are carried out to
threat) determine the efficiency of a new
2) perform or conduct drug.
(test, experiment)
postpone until later As regards holidays, can you carry
over any days from one year to
register at a hotel or the next?
airport For security reasons you have
to check in two hours before your
1) pay one's bill and flight.
leave (a hotel) 1) Is Mr. Blair still at the hotel?
2) investigate No, he checked out this morning.
2) I don't know if the address is
still valid. I'll check it out.

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

clam up refuse to speak When the teacher arrived
clamp down on she clammed up.
close down act strictly to prevent The government has decided
come across something to clamp down on smoking in
public places.
come forward stop operating When the factory closed down, the
come up against (company, restaurant, employees lost their jobs.
conk out cinema).
1) find by chance 1) Julie came across some
count on 2) appear, seem, make photographs of her grandparents in
cross out an impression the attic.
cut down on 2) The candidate came across as
cut out present oneself a dynamic person during the
D deal with be faced with or The police have asked any
opposed by witnesses to come forward.
1) stop working The project came up against a lot
2) stop or fall asleep of criticism.
(from exhaustion) 1) The car conked out on the
rely or depend on (for 2) He was so exhausted,
help) he conked out in front of the TV.
remove by drawing a I'm counting on the taxi driver to
line through find the theatre.
reduce in number or In some exercises, you are asked
size to cross out the incorrect word.
1) remove using The doctor told him to cut down
scissors on cigarettes.
2) stop doing 1) She cut out a picture in a
something magazine.
handle, take care 2) I'm going to cut out eating
of (problem, situation) between meals.
The manager is good at dealing
with difficult customers.

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

die down calm down, become When the applause died down, she
do without less strong started to sing.
drag on manage without The shops are closed so we'll have
draw up to do without sugar.
dress up last longer than We expected a short speech but
expected it dragged on and on!
drop in write (contract, An agreement was drawn up and
agreement, document) signed by the two parties.
drop off 1) wear elegant clothes 1) Do people dress up to go to
2) disguise oneself the opera in your country?
drop out 2) Children love to dress up at
visit, usually on the Halloween.
E ease off way somewhere I sometimes drop in to see my
grandparents on my way home
end in 1) deliver someone or from school.
end up something 1) I'll drop you off at the bus
even out 2) fall asleep stop if you like.
2) Granddad often drops off in
leave school without front of the TV.
finishing She decided to go to art school
then dropped out after the first
reduce, become less term.
severe or slow down After Christmas the workload
(pain, traffic, work) generally eases off.
finish in a certain way;
result in Their marriage ended in divorce.
finally reach a state,
place or action If he continues his misconduct
1) eliminate differences he'll end up in prison.
of opinion. 1) After a long discussion they
2) become level or managed to even out their
regular differences.
2) The road was evened out to
make it safer.

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

F fall through fail; doesn't happen Our planned boat trip fell
figure out through because of the storm.
fill out understand, find the
find out answer I'm trying to figure out how to
complete (a form/an assemble the bookshelves.
focus on application)
figure out discover or obtain Please fill out the enclosed form
G get along (with) information and return it as soon as possible.
get at
get away concentrate on I'm going to call the cinema
get by something to find out what time the film
get in understand; find a starts.
get into (+noun) solution
get off be on good terms; The advertising campaign will focus
work well with on the quality of the product.
get on imply
get on with We'll have to figure out a way to
(something) escape deliver the goods faster.
get on (well) with I get along (well) with my mother-
(somebody) manage to cope or to in-law.
survive What exactly are you trying to get
enter at?
The robbers got away in a black
It's difficult to get by on a low
How did the burglar get in?

enter How did the burglar get into the
1) leave (bus, train, 1) You should get off the bus at
plane) Trafalgar Square.
2) remove 2) She can't get the stain off her
board (bus, train, plane) You can pay when you get on the
continue to do; make Be quiet and get on with your
progress homework.
have a good I get on very well with my
relationship with colleagues.

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

get out leave How did he get out?
get out of (+noun)
get out of leave How did he get out of the house?
get over
get rid of avoid doing something Some husbands manage to get out
get together recover from (illness, of doing any housework.
get up disappointment) My grandmother had pneumonia
give up eliminate but she got over it.
go through meet each other It's difficult to get rid of old
grow up habits.
Let's get together for lunch today.
H hand in
rise, leave bed I usually get up at 7 o'clock.
hand out
hang out stop doing something Sarah gave up smoking 5 years
experience ago.
hang up spend one's childhood; Pete went through a lot of pain
hit at develop; become an after the accident.
hit back adult He grew up in a small village in
hit on/upon submit (report, the mountains.
homework) All application forms must
distribute be handed in before the end of
spend time in a the month.
particular place, or Samples will be handed out at the
with a group of friends end of the demonstration.
end a phone Where does he hang out these
conversation days?
aim a blow at Who does he hang out with?
retaliate; reply to an "Don't hang up. I haven't finished
attack yet."
find unexpectedly or by He hit at the wasp with the
inspiration newspaper.
When he was attacked by the
others, the boy hit back.
She hit upon an idea for her new

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

hold on -wait - 'Hold on please. I'll put you
-grip tightly through to Mr. Brown."
hurry up - She held on to the railing as she
I iron out be quick, act speedily crossed the bridge.
J join in resolve by discussion, Hurry up! We'll miss the bus.
eliminate differences
join up participate The meeting tomorrow will be an
opportunity to iron out difficulties.
jot down - engage in, become a She was too shy to join in the
K keep on member of game.
- meet and unite with - John was in the Army
keep up with and Tom joined up as soon as he
take quick notes left school.
kick off - The two groups of tourists joined
L leave out continue doing up at the hotel.
something I jotted down the address while
let down stay at the same level watching the programme on TV.
look after as someone or It told him to be quiet but he kept
look ahead something on making noise.
look down on begin, start Bill walks so fast it's difficult to
keep up with him.
omit, not mention
The football match kicked off at 3
Disappoint o'clock.
The child's name was left out of
take care of the report.
You promised to come to the
think of the future party, so don't let me down!
A babysitter looks after the
consider as inferior children when they go out.
It's time to forget the past
and look ahead.
He tends to look down on anyone
who is not successful.

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

look on be a spectator at an Billy didn't take part in the
look for event fight. He just looked on.
look forward to try to find something Jane went to the shops to look
look up to for a pair of shoes.
M make fun of await or anticipate with I look forward to seeing you soon.
make up pleasure
mix up admire He was a wonderful teacher and
move in many students looked up to him.
move out laugh at/ make jokes The old lady dresses so strangely
N nod off about that the kids make fun of her.
note down invent (excuse, story) Some employees make up excuses
O opt out when they arrive late for work.
mistake one thing or I don't know my neighbours'
own up person for another names yet. I keep mixing them up.
arrive in a new home You've bought a new house?
P pass away or office When are you moving in?
pass out leave your home/office My neighbour is leaving.
pay back for another one. He's moving out next Saturday.
fall asleep My grandfather often nods off in
front of the television.
write something I'll call the station and note
down the departure times.
leave a system or I enjoy tennis but I'm so busy I
decide not to had to opt out of the tournament.
admit or confess The boy owned up. He said he
something kicked the ball through the
die Her father has passed away.

faint She passed out when she heard
reimburse the bad news.

I'll lend you 20€ provided
you pay me back before the end
of the week.

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

put off postpone, arrange a The meeting was put off because
put on later date of the strike.
put out turn on, switch on Could you put on the light please?
put up
pick up extinguish It took a long time to put out the
point out fire.
R rely on accommodate, give We can put you up if you'd like to
rule out somebody a bed come for a week-end.
run away collect somebody I'll pick you up at the station
run into when you arrive.
indicate/direct attention She pointed out the mistake.
run out of to something
S set off count on, depend on, Don't worry. You can rely
trust on me. I can keep a secret.
set up eliminate The police ruled out political
shop around motives.
show off escape from a place or He ran away from home at the
show up suddenly leave age of fourteen.
shut up meet by accident or Sophie ran into Maria at the
(impolite) unexpectedly (also: shopping centre.
bump into)
have no more of What a nuisance! We've run out
something. of coffee.
start a journey; Early Saturday morning we set
off for the ski slopes.
start a business She set up her own company 10
years ago.
compare prices It's always wise to shop
around before buying anything.
brag or want to be There's David showing off in his
admired new sports car!
appear/arrive We expected David to come but
he didn't show up.
be silent, stop talking Oh shut up, you idiot!

Phrasal Verb Meaning Example

stand up rise from a sitting The pupils stood up when the

stick up for position headmaster arrived.

T take after defend It's important to stick up for one's

take care of principles.
take off
take on resemble, in appearance Jamie really takes after his dad.
take out
tell off or character
think over
try on look after I'll take care of your plants while
turn down
U use up you're away.
V vouch for leave the ground The plane took off at 6 a.m.
W watch out
wear out hire or engage staff Business is good so the company
remove; extract is taking on extra staff.
work out reprimand/criticize She took out a pen to note the
severely address.
consider The teacher told her off for not
wear something to see doing her homework.
if it suits or fits I'll have to think over the proposal
refuse before I decide.
finish a product (so I'm not sure about the size. Can
that there's none left) I try it on?
express confidence in, I couldn't turn down an offer like
or guarantee something that!
be careful The kids have used up all the
You can give the keys to Andy.
I can vouch for him.
Watch out! There's a car coming.

1) become unusable 1) Julie wore out her shoes
2) become very tired visiting the city.
2) At the end of the day Julie
was worn out.
1) do physical exercise 1) I work out twice a week at
2) find a solution or the gym club.
calculate something 2) It's expensive but I
haven't worked out the exact cost

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ค่มู ือการใช้งาน MyFlashcard

By Enconcept
- แนะนาโปรแกรม MyFlashcard (Overview)

MyFlashcard คอื Application ทช่ี ่วยในการทอ่ งจา เรียนรู้ความหมายของคาศพั ท์อย่างเป็ นระบบ ทาให้การ
ทอ่ งศพั ท์กลายเป็ นเรื่องง่าย พร้อมทงั ้ มฟี ังก์ชน่ั อกี มากมาย เชน่ การออกเสยี งจากเจ้าของภาษา รวมถงึ สามารถอดั เสยี ง
เพอ่ื เปรียบเทยี บช่วยให้ออกเสยี งได้อย่างถกู ต้องอกี ด้วย

ทงั ้ นี ้MyFlashcard ได้รวบรวมคาศพั ท์ไว้มากมาย โดยคาศพั ท์จะแบ่งออกเป็ น Level เรียงตามลาดบั ความยาก
งา่ ย ใน Level นนั ้ ๆ จะประกอบด้วย 10 Stages ซง่ึ สามารถผ่านแตล่ ะ Stage ได้โดยต้องมคี ะแนนมากกว่าเกณฑ์ทไ่ี ด้
กาหนดไว้ (สามารถกาหนดเกณฑ์เป็ นเปอร์เซ็นต์เองได้ในเมนู Setting)
- ค่มู อื การใช้งาน MyFlashcard
1. การเข้าส่โู ปรแกรมครงั ้ แรก ระบบจะให้ผ้ใู ช้งานป้ อนบญั ชีผ้ใู ช้ และรหสั ผา่ น

2. เม่ือเข้าสรู่ ะบบ น้องๆ สามารถเลอื ก Level ของชดุ คาศพั ท์ พร้อมตารางแสดงสถิติการทอ่ งคาศพั ท์ ดงั รูป
3. หลงั จากเลอื ก Level จะเข้าสหู่ น้า Stage โดยหน้าจอจะแสดงผลสถานะของแตล่ ะ Stage เอาไว้ด้วย

4. เม่ือเลอื ก Stage แล้ว จะพบหน้าจอแสดงคาศพั ท์ ของ stage นนั ้ ๆ สาหรับคาศพั ท์ท่ีมี Highlight สสี ้ม หมายถงึ
คาศพั ท์ท่ีเคยบนั ทกึ เสยี งแล้ว โดยสามารถเลอื กแสดงผลได้ 2 รูปแบบ คอื List mode และ Card mode ท่มี มุ บนขวา

5. รูปแบบ List mode : หากคลกิ ที่ลกู ศร ด้านขวา จะแสดงคาอธิบายของคาศพั ท์ , ตวั อยา่ งการใช้คา รวมถงึ การอ่าน
ออกเสยี งของคานนั ้ ๆ โดยสามารถเลอื กป่ มุ คาสง่ั ตา่ งๆ ได้ดงั นี ้
เคร่ืองหมายลาโพงสแี ดง -> ฟังเสยี งต้นแบบ // เคร่ืองหมายรูปดาว -> จดั เกบ็ คาศพั ท์นีไ้ ว้ในหน้า Favorite
Record -> อดั เสยี ง // Compare -> เปรียบเทยี บเสยี งกบั เสยี งเจ้าของภาษา

6. รูปแบบ Card mode : จะปรากฎหน้าจอ ดงั รูป
หากคลกิ ท่กี าร์ดจะเป็ นการพลกิ card เพื่อดเู ฉลยของคาศพั ท์นนั ้ ๆ

7. สาหรับเมนู Favorite จะแสดงผลเป็ นลสิ ต์คาศพั ท์ที่น้องๆ ได้บนั ทกึ เก็บไว้ ตวั อย่างดงั รูป
- สามารถกด Edit เพอ่ื แก้ไขหรือลบคาศพั ท์ได้

8. น้องๆ สามารถดปู ระวตั ิย้อนหลงั ของการอดั เสยี งได้ทเ่ี มนู History ซงึ่ จะแสดงประวตั ยิ ้อนหลงั ของจานวนคาทงั ้ หมด
ท่ีเคยบนั ทกึ โดยแบง่ เป็ นรายวนั

9. น้องๆ สามารถตงั ้ คา่ อืน่ ๆ ได้ตามต้องการท่ีเมนู Setting
- จานวน Synonym ท่ีต้องการให้แสดงผล (ในรูปแบบ Card mode)
- เกณฑ์คะแนน (เป็ นเปอร์เซน็ ต์) ขนั ้ ต่าเพือ่ ให้ผ่านในแต่ละ Stage
- Logout ออกจากระบบเพื่อสนิ ้ สดุ การใช้งาน




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By Enconcept

1. การเข้าสโู่ ปรแกรมครงั ้ แรก ระบบจะให้ผ้ใู ช้งานป้ อนบญั ชีผ้ใู ช้ และรหสั ผา่ น

2. เมือ่ เข้าสรู่ ะบบ น้องๆ สามารถ search คาศพั ท์ท่ีต้องการ เพ่อื ดคู วามหมาย และรายละเอียดของคาศพั ท์นนั ้ ๆ
- ฟังก์ชน่ั พิเศษ “Magic Filter” เคร่ืองมือช่วยในการจดจาความหมายของศพั ท์ สามารถใช้งานโดยการลากแถบสี
แดงมมุ ด้านลา่ งขวามอื เพ่อื ปิ ดความหมายของคาศพั ท์

3. ในหน้าจอของคาศพั ท์ ประกอบด้วยรายละเอียดตา่ งๆ ได้แก่
คาศพั ท์, ความหมาย, Phonetic (สทั อักษรในการออกเสยี งคาศพั ท์), ช่ือเพลง Memolody ท่ีตรงกบั คาศพั ท์นนั ้ ๆ,
Synonym-Antonym (คาเหมือนและคาทม่ี ีความหมายตรงข้าม)

เครื่องหมาย และฟังก์ชน่ั ตา่ งๆ
- กดเครื่องหมาย เพือ่ บนั ทกึ คาศพั ท์ทีช่ นื่ ชอบในลสิ ต์ Favourite เมอื่ กดแล้วจะเปลยี่ นสเี ป็ น
- กดเครื่องหมาย เพอ่ื ฟังเสยี งตวั อยากการออกเสยี งของคาศพั ท์นนั ้ ๆ
- กดแช่ทค่ี าศพั ท์หรือความหมาย เพอื่ Copy

4. สาหรับเมนู Favorite จะแสดงผลเป็ นลสิ ต์คาศพั ท์ทน่ี ้องๆ ได้บนั ทึกเก็บไว้ ตวั อย่างดงั รูป
- สามารถกด Edit เพือ่ แก้ไขหรือลบคาศพั ท์ได้

5. น้องๆ สามารถดปู ระวตั ยิ ้อนหลงั ของการค้นหาคาศพั ท์ได้ท่ีเมนู History
- สามารถกด Edit เพอื่ ลบประวัตกิ ารค้นหาได้

6. น้องๆ สามารถตงั ้ คา่ อืน่ ๆ ได้ตามต้องการท่ีเมนู Setting
- Logout ออกจากระบบเพื่อสนิ ้ สดุ การใช้งาน
- Facebook Account : เชอ่ื มต่อ Facebook เพอ่ื ปลดลอ็ ค การใช้งานฟังก์ชน่ั Synonym, Antonym, Memolody
(ตดิ ตงั ้ S.E.L.F. Revolution Facebook application)

- Select Dictionary : เลอื กรูปแบบ Dictionary ที่ต้องการ ได้แก่ EN-EN, EN-TH, TH-EN
- ตงั ้ ค่าระดบั เสยี ง
- ตงั ้ ค่าขนาดตวั อกั ษร


ข้ันตอนการ Download
1. เข้า App Store

หรอื Google Play
2. Search คาวา่ “enconcept”
3. เลอื ก @dict และ MyFlashcard

ใส่ username: enconcept
password: password

Simulation Test

เวลาในกาทาสอบ 1 ช่ัวโมง 30 นาที
ชื่อ‐นามสกลุ _______________________________เลขทน่ี ั่งสอบ__________________
สถานทส่ี อบ________________________________ห้องสอบ______________________

กรุณาอ่านคาอธิบายให้เข้าใจ ก่อนลงมอื ทาข้อสอบ
1. ขอ้ สอบเป็นแบบปรนยั 4 และ 6 ตวั เลือก จำนวน 60 ขอ้ (16 หนำ้ )

คะแนน เตม็ 150 คะแนน
2. ก่อนตอบคำถำมใหเ้ ขียนชื่อ-นำมสกลุ เลขที่นง่ั สอบ สถำนท่ีสอบ และหอ้ งสอบ

3. ใหต้ รวจสอบช่ือ-นำมสกลุ เลขท่ีนงั่ สอบ รหสั วชิ ำสอบในกระดำษคำตอบวำ่

ตรงกบั ตวั ผสู้ อบหรือไม่กรณีที่ไม่ตรงใหแ้ จง้ ผคู้ ุมสอบเพือ่ ขอกระดำษคำตอบ
สำรองแลว้ กรอก / ระบำยใหส้ มบรู ณ์
4. ใชด้ ินสอดำเบอร์ 2B ระบำยวงกลมตวั เลือกในกระดำษคำตอบใหเ้ ตม็ วง
(หำ้ มระบำยนอกวง) ถำ้ ตอ้ งกำรเปลี่ยนตวั เลือกใหม่ตอ้ งลบใหส้ ะอำดจน
หมดรอยดำแลว้ จึงระบำยวงกลมตวั เลือกใหม่
5. เมื่อสอบเสร็จใหว้ ำงกระดำษคำตอบไวด้ ำ้ น บนข้อสอบ
6. หำ้ มขีดเขียนบนขอ้ สอบ หำ้ มนำขอ้ สอบและกระดำษคำตอบออกจำกหอ้ งสอบ
7. ไม่อนุญำตใหผ้ เู้ ขำ้ สอบออกจำกหอ้ งสอบก่อนหมดเวลำสอบ
8. ไม่อนุญำตใหผ้ คู้ ุมสอบเปิ ดอำ่ นขอ้ สอบ

เอกสำรน้ีเป็นลิขสิทธ์ิของโรงเรียน ENCONCEPT E-ACADEMY
กำรทำซ้ำ หรือดดั แปลงหรือเผยแพร่เอกสำรดงั กล่ำว จะถกู ดำเนินคดีตำมกฎหมำย


Part One: Expressions (Items 1 – 15)
Choose the best answer.
1-3 At the funeral
Heather: Hi, Tim. …..1….... He was such a great man.
Tim: Thanks. As you know, he had been sick for some time before

he passed away, so we were somewhat prepared.
Heather: So, …..2…...?
Tim: Oh, it’s been really hard on her. I wish …..3…....

1. 1. Your dad didn’t suffer long.
2. I am so sorry for your loss.
3. I am afraid that it is too late to say.
4. Your dad never knows this truth.

2. 1. How’s your mom getting along with the death?
2. How’s your mom taking this passing?
3. What’s your mom passing by?
4. What’s your mom trying to do?

3. 1. they would go hand in hand.
2. she would burst into tears.
3. she would get over soon.
4. people would remember these things.


4-5 Two flatmates

Katy: Hey Helen. . …..4…....
Helen: Oh, just looking at what’s on offer at the sports center.

Katy: …..5…......

Helen: Well, I promised myself that I was going to get fit.

I want to do a sport.

4. 1. What’s the matter?
2. What’re you up to?

3. Anything I can help?
4. What’s the point?

5. 1. How am I supposed to say?
2. You have to pay the price.
3. How come?
4. So far, so good.

6-8 Two students
Jake: Hi. Uh, haven’t we met before? …..6…....

Laura: Yeah. We met at the meeting last week, and you asked me

Jake: the same question.
Oh, really? I’m really sorry, but …..7….... .
Let me guess. It’s Lucy, right?

Laura: No, but you got the first letter right.
Jake: I know. It’s on the tip of my tongue. Wait. Uh. It’s Leanna,
Lauren…Wait, wait. It’s Laura.
Laura: …..8….... and only on the fourth try.


6. 1. You look familiar. 2. It’s such a great time.
3. It’s out of the question. 4. I guess we’ll meet again.

7. 1. It’s a pity of me. 2. It’s out of control.
3. I’m terrible with names. 4. I’m mulling over the idea.

8. 1. Better luck next time! 2. You bet!
3. Come on! 4. Shame on you!

9-11 On the Phone

Bill: So, Mary, do you have any plans for this Sunday?
Mary: Umm, I ‘m kind of busy. …..9…....
Bill: Oh, I was wondering if you’d like to get together and do

something, like catch a movie or take a walk down by the lake.
Mary: …..10….... but I’ve got a hectic schedule on that day.

Bill: What do you have to do on that day?

Mary: I have to pick up my brother from soccer practice at 4.30,

and my mom asked me to cook dinner for the family at 5.30.
…..11….... Then, I have to clean the dishes and finish my

science assignment.

9. 1. Why do you ask? 2. Who cares?
3. Do you really think so? 4. Will that be all?

10. 1. It’s fair enough. 2. Thank you for asking.
3. I’m afraid I can’t. 4. I’m in no mood to.


11. 1. I have to make a clean breast of it.
2. I can’t go wrong.

3. I feel like a slave.
4. Work’s beyond my ability.

12-14 On the train
Tom: …..12…....
Jamie: Sure. What is it?
Tom: Can you keep an eye on my bag? …..13…....
Jamie: Sure. Will you be long?
Tom: I am not sure. I hope no one will use it now.
Jamie: …..14….... Your bag will be safe with me.

12. 1. How can I be of any help? 2. Can you do me a favor?
3. How are you doing? 4. What’s wrong?

13. 1. Nature is calling. 2. I left the ticket at the back seat.
3. I can see mountains. 4. Two heads are better than one.

14. 1. That’s all. 2. Let’s face it.
3. Follow me. 4. Go ahead.


Two friends
Frank: I heard you took a trip to Mexico.
Jackie: Yes, I did.
Frank: How did you like it?
Jackie: …..15….... .
Frank: I can imagine. East or west, home is best.

15. 1. I enjoy eating along the way and sleep tight.
2. The travel agency asked me to come back.
3. I got sick and tired of hotels and hotel food.
4. My friends recommended this wonderful trip.

Part Two: Vocabulary (Items 16 – 30)
Items 16-25: Meaning in Context
Choose the closest meanings of the underlined words in the following sentences.

16. The new study illuminates how schools can improve nutrition

standards without negative financial impacts.

1. suggests 2. adorns

3. clarifies 4. brightens

17. Though older now, Ralph is still haunted by memories of his childhood

1. intrigued 2. fascinated

3. inspired 4. obsessed

18. Heavy smokers have a tendency to develop lung cancer and other serious illnesses.

1. achievement 2. inclination

3. consequence 4. relevance


19. My high-school friend signed up for three years with the army so he could

save enough money to go to university and study law.

1. carry out 2. put away

3. deal with 4. give off

20. The government has been struggling to raise finance for this project but said

such efforts have proved futile due to limited budget.

1. obscure 2. harmful

3. ridiculous 4. useless

21. Moving home is traumatic experience for most people, especially

if they have a lot of possessions to be packed and transported.

1. significant – emotions 2. destructive – devices

3. painful – belongings 4. unfortunate – effects

22. News of the earthquake aroused worldwide compassion and

speeded relief to the sufferers.

1. stimulated – confusion 2. emerged – fracture

3. caused – sympathy 4. increased – precaution

23. It is impossible to propagate crops without an adequate supply of water.

1. grow – sufficient 2. cultivate – ample

3. sustain – abundant 4. raise – enough

24. For most people, napping on the job might create the wrong impression,

but a few enlightened companies in America and Japan introduced

nap rooms in the hope of promoting greater post-snooze productivity.

1. sensation – conforming 2. feeling – boosting

3. agreement – reducing 4. reconciliation – agitating

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