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27-04-2011, 08:51 PM
ĐỀ THI ĐỀ XUẤT THI ĐẠI HỌC V CAO ĐẲNG
Chọn phương n (A, B, C hoặc D) ứng với từ c trọng m chnh nhấn vo m tiết c vị tr khc với ba từ cn lại trong mỗi cu:
Cu 1: A. inventor B. physicist C. president D. gardener
Cu 2: A. picturesque B. entertain C. Vietnamese D. wonderful
Cu 3: A. comedy B. command C. comfortable D. compass
Chọn phương n (A, B, C hoặc D) ứng với từ c phần gạch chn c cch pht m khcvới ba từ cn lại trong mỗi cu sau:
Cu 4: A. bound B. cough C. ground D. round
Cu 5: A. ache B. break C. paid D. bread
Chọn phương n đng tương ứng với ( A, B, C hoặc D) để hon thnh mỗi cu sau:
Cu 6: So far three houses __________
A. are built B. were built C. have built D. have been built.
Cu 7: Last night we __________ a great deal from the heat
A. had suffered B. were suffered C. suffered D. have suffered.
Cu 8 : She want to go shopping , but she has hardly __________.
A. any money B. some money C. money D. no money.
Cu 9: She has __________ work to do that she gets very tired
A. so many B. much more C. too much D. so much.
Cu 10 : .... he wasn't well-qualified, he got promotion.
A. Although B. When C. Besides D. If.
Cu 11: These are out dated clothes, .... people buy them.
A. yet B. if C. unless D. whenever.
Cu 12: The sky was cloudy and miserablẹ ...., We went to the beach.
A. Even though B. Nevertheless C. So D. If.
Cu 13 : Unless Tom . . . . . his library book back tomorrow he . . . . . . to pay a fine.
A. will take, have B. will take, will have C. is going to take, have D. takes, will have.
Cu 14 : . . . . . . . . . was a special work
A. John to carry for the parcels B. For John to carry the parcels
C. carry the parcels for John D. For John parcels carrying.
Cu 15: In the window was a special display of . . . cloth
A. Baby' B. baby , s C. babies , D. a baby , s.
Cu 16: The snow and ice made the steps very __________
A. slipped B. slips C. slippery D. slip.
Cu 17: I find it quite __________ to talk in front of a group of people.
A. embarrassing B. embarrassed
C. embarrassedly D. embarrassingly.
Cu 18: __________ about the company's future meant that few people wanted to invest money
in it
A. Certainly B. Uncertainly C. Uncertain D. Certain.
Cu 19: Simon admitted that his cruel jokes was __________
A. intention B. unintended C. intending D. intended.
Cu 20 : Thousands of people have been made __________ by the war
A. homely B. homeland C. hometown D. homeless.
Cu 21 : On the __________ to the town there is a beautiful wood.
A. direction B. street C. way D. entrance
Cu 22 : Leave it in the oven until it __________ brown.
A. turns B. colours C. changes D. cooks
Cu 23: At four o'clock Mr. Hutchinson still had some __________ to do in the garden.
A. work B. job C. effort D. task
Cu 24 : I've __________ my mind. I don't want to go now
A. had B. changed C. lost D. got
Cu 25 : I couldn't remember if I'd closed the windows, so I went back to make __________
A. closed B. sure C. it D. nothing
Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau v chọn phương n đng ( A, B, C hoặc D) cho mỗi chỗ trống:
British television is the big success story of the post war year. Little (26) __________ than a
limited experiment before the war. It blossomed in the years following 1945. In 1955,
commercials television began. Today, 90% of the population have television in their home.
In 1960, a committee of inquiry was (27) __________ up, under the chairmanship of Sir Harry
Pilkington, to investigate the working of broadcasting. The Pilkington Report, (28) __________
in 1962, had this to say: " Television has been (29) __________ a mirror of society, but the
metaphor, however striking, wholly misses the major issue of the responsibility of the
broadcasting authorities. For, if we consider the aspect of this (30) __________ , what is the
mirror to reflect? Is it to reflect the best or the (31) __________ in us? One cannot escape the
question by saying that it must do both: one must ask then if it is to present the best or the worst
with complete indifference and no comment. Television (32) __________ not, and cannot,
merely reflect the moral standards of society. It must affect (33) __________ either by changing
or by reinforcing them".
All broadcasting, and television particularly should be ready and anxious to experiment, to
show (34) __________ new and unusual, to give hearing at dissent. Here, broadcasting must be
most willing to (35) __________ mistakes; for if it does not, it will make no discoveries.
Cu 26. A. more B. much C. less D. few
Cu 27. A. given B. set C. took D. shut
Cu 28. A. had B. made C. written D. produced
Cu 29. A. looked B. cared C. saved D. considered
Cu 30. A. media B. mean C. method D. tool
Cu 31. A. bad B. worse C. worst D. good
Cu 32. A. are B. have C. should D. could
Cu 33. A. no one B. nobody C. some one D. everyone
Cu 34. A. how B. the C. what D. that
Cu 35. A. join B. admit C. have D. be
Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau v chọn phương n đng ( A, B, C hoặc D) cho mỗi chỗ trống từ
cu 36 đến 45:
CITIES
Cities have always attracted people from the countryside. They offer wider (36) __________
for employment. They also provide a better range of goods and services - shops, schools,
hospitals (37) __________ a generally more exciting environment for the sleepy village.
However, cities have also been the (38) __________ of crime and poverty. But the attraction that
always remained and the movement (39) __________ large cities is now stronger than ever. One
result (40) __________ industrialization has been the vast increase in urban populations. By
1990, 40 percent of the world's (41) __________ lived in cities, and in the developed countries
the figure was generally well (42) __________ half. This came about partly as mechanized
farming methods need only a (43) __________ part of the workforce to supply the entire
population. Another reason was the growth (44) __________ industry which was located in thecities and employed huge numbers of people (45) __________ a result, cities are becoming
bigger and very crowded.
Cu 36. A. ranges B. fields C. jobs D. choices
Cu 37. A. the B. and C. but D. of
Cu 38. A. hub B. place C. position D. point
Cu 39. A. in B. on C. for D. of
Cu 40. A. that B. shows C. which D. what
Cu 41. A. people B. population C. family D. houses
Cu 42. A. on B. in C. under D. above
Cu 43. A. big B. large C. small D. little
Cu 44. A. of B. for C. at D. in
Cu 45. A. at B. as C. in D. on
Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau v chọn cu trả lời đng nhất (ứng với A, B, C hoặc D) từ cu 46
đến 55:
Smallpox was the first widespread disease to be eliminated by human invention . In May,
1966, the World Health Organization (WHO) , an agency of the United Nations was authorized
to initiate a global campaign to eradicate smallpox . The goal was to eliminate the disease in one
decade . At the time , the disease posed a serious threat to people in more than thirty nations .
Because similar projects for malaria and yellow fever had failed , few believed that smallpox
could actually be eradicated but eleven years after the initial organization of the campaign no
cases were reported in the field
The strategy was not only to provide mass vaccinations but also to isolate patients with active
smallpox in order to contain the spread of the disease and to break the chain of human
transmission . Rewards for reporting smallpox assisted in motivating removed from contact with
others and treated . at the same time , the entire village where the victim had lived was vaccinated
By April of 1978 WHO officials announced that they had isolated the last known case of the
disease but health workers continued to search for new cases for two additional years to be
completely sure . In may , 1980, a formal statement was made to the global community . Today
smallpox is no longer a threat to humanity . Routine vaccinations have been stopped worldwide.
Cu 46. Which of the following is the best title for the passage ?
A. The World Organization B. The Eradication of smallpox
C. Smallpox vaccinations D. Infectious disease
Cu 47. The word "threat" written in italic could be best replace by
A. debate B. humiliation C. risk D. bother
Cu 48. What was the goal of the campaign against smallpox worldwide.
A. to decrease the spread of smallpox worldwide
B. to eliminate smallpox worldwide in ten years
B. to provide mass vaccinations against smallpox worldwide
D. to initiate worldwide projects for smallpox , malaria, and yellow fever at the same time
Cu 49. According to the passage , what was the strategy used to eliminate the spread of
smallpox ?
A. Vaccinations of entire villages
B. Treatment of individual victims
C. Isolation of victims and mass vaccinations
D. extensive reporting of out break
Cu 50. The word "isolated" written in italic is closest in meaning to
A. restored B. separated C. attended D. located
Cu 51. How was the public motivated to help the health workers ?
A. By aducating them .
B. By rewarding them for reporting cases.
C. By isolating them from others.
D. By giving them vaccination
Cu 52. The world "they" written in italic refers to
A. health workers B. officials C. victims D. cases
Cu 53. Which statement does not refer to smallpox ?
A. Previous projects had failed.
B. People are no longer vaccinated for it.
C. The World Health Organization mounted a worldwide campaign to eradicate the disease.
D. It was a serious threat.
Cu 54. It can be inferred that
A. no new cases of smallpox have been reported this year.
B. malaria and yellow fever have been eliminated.
C. smallpox victims no longer die when they contact the disease.
D. smallpox is not transmitted from one person to another.
Cu 55. When was the formal announcement made that smallpox had been eradicated ?
A. 1966 B. 1976 C. 1978 D. 1980
Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau v chọn cu trả lời đng nhất (ứng với A, B, C hoặc D) từ cu 56
đến 65:
The food we eat seems to have profound effects on our health . Although science has made
enormous steps in making food more fit to eat , it has, at the same time , make many foods unfit
to eat . Some research has shown that perhaps eighty percent of all human illnesses are related to
diet and forty percent of cancer is related to the diet as well , especially cancer of the colon .
people of different cultures are more prone to contract certain illnesses because of the
characteristic foods they consume .
That food is related to illness is not a new discovery . In 1945 , government researchers
realized that nitrates and nitrites ( commonly used to preserve color in meats ) as well as other
food additives caused cancer . Yet, these carcinogenic additives remain in our food , and it
becomes more difficult all the time to know which ingredients on the packaging labels of
processed food are helpful or harmful .
The additives that we eat are not all so direct . Farmers often give penicillin to cattle and
poultry , and because of this , penicillin has been found in the milk of treated cows .
Sometimes similar drugs are administered to animals not for medicinal purposes , but for
financial reasons . The farmers are simply trying to fatten the animals in order to obtain a higher
price on the market . Although the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has tried repeatedly to
control these procedures , the practices continue.
A healthy diet is directly related to good health . Often we are unaware of detrimental
substances we ingest. sometimes well- meaning farmers or others who do not realize the
consequences add these substances to food without our knowledge.
Cu 56. How has science done a disservice to people ?
A. Because of science , disease caused by contaminated food have been virtually eradicated .
B. It has caused a lack of information concerning the value of food .
C. As a result of scientific invention , some potentially harmful substances have been added to
our food .
D. The scientists have preserved the color of meats , but not of vegetables.
Cu 57. The word " prone" is nearest meaning to
A. supine B. unlikely C. healthy D. predisposed
Cu 58. What are nitrates used for ?
A. They preserve flavor in packaged foods. B. They preserve the color of meats . C. They are the objects of research. D. They cause the animals to become fatter.
Cu 59. FDA means
A. Food Direct Additives B. Final Difficult Analysis
C. Food and Drug Administration D. Federal Dairy Additives
Cu 60. The word "these" refers to
A. meats B. colors C. researchers D. nitrates and nitrites
Cu 61. The word " carcinogenic" is closest in meaning to
A. trouble- making B. color- retaining C. money- making D. cancer- causing
Cu 62. All of the following statements are true EXCEPT
A. drugs are always given to animals for medical reasons
B. some of additives in our food are added to the food itself and some are given to the living
animals
C. researchers have known about the potential hazards of food additives for more than forty-five
years
D. food may cause forty percent of the cancer in the world
Cu 63. The word "additives " is closest meaning to
A. added substances B. dangerous substances
C. natural substances D. benign substances
Cu 64. What is the best title for this passage ?
A. Harmful and harmless substances in Food B. Improving Health Through a Nature Diet
C. The Food You Eat Can Affect Your Health D. Avoiding Injurious Substances in Food
Cu 65. The word "fit" is closest in meaning to
A. athletic B. suitable C. tasty D. adaptable
Chọn phương n (A, B, C hoặc D) ứng với cu c nghĩa gần nhất với cu cho sẵn sau
đy:
Cu 66. Peter managed to get promoted to the job of Office Manager because he worked
extremely hard.
A. By working extremely hard Peter managed to get promoted to the job of office Manager
B. By working extremely hard Peter manages to get promote to the job of Office Manager
C. By working extremely hard Peter had managed to get promoted to the job of Office Manager
D. By working extremely hard Peter has been managed to get promoted to the job of Office
Manager
Cu 67. When we crossed the Alps, we couldn't see Mont Blanc because of the rain.
A. If it had been raining we could have seen Mont Blanc
B. If it hasn't been raining we could have seen Mont Blanc
C. If it hadn't been raining we could have seen Mont Blanc
D. If it hadn't been raining we couldn't have seen Mont Blanc
Cu 68. I'm sure it was Tom who cleared everything up.
A. Tom must have clear everything up. B. Tom must has cleared everything up.
C. Tom must has not cleared everything up. D. Tom must have cleared everything up.
Cu 69. If you want my opinion, it would be a good idea to stop eating so many sweets.
A. If I am you, I would stop eating so many sweets.
B. If I were you, I would stop eating so many sweets.
C. If I was you, I would stop eating so many sweets.
D. If I were you, I would not stop eating so many sweets.
Cu 70. People say that he is an excellent poet.
A. He was said to be an excellent poet. B. He is said not to be an excellent poet.
C. He is said to be an excellent poet. D. He has said to be an excellent poet.
Xc định từ / cụm từ c gạch chn cần phải sửa để cu trở thnh cu chnh xc:
Cu 71. Ceramic can be harder , light , and more resistant to heat than metals
A B C D
Cu 72. Mold is extremely destruction to books in a library.
A B C D
Cu 73. Sydney Lanier achieved fame both as a poet or as a symphony musician.
A B C D
Cu 74. The horses used to playing polo are not of any special breed or of any define size
A B C D
Cu 75. Sharks can detect minute electrical discharges coming from its prey
A B C D
Hy chọn cu đồng nghĩa với cu cho sẵn trong số A hoặc B, C, D:
Cu 76. He used to write home once a week .
From this sentence we understand that :
A. he enjoys writing home every week . B. he never fails to write a weekly letter to home.
C. he doesn't now write home once a week . D. he was force to write home every week .
Cu 77. They arrived too late to get good seats.
This sentence mean that :
A. when they arrived, the good seats were already taken.
B. although they were late they found some good seats.
C. they got good seats some time after they arrived.
D. they had to stand for the whole show.
Cu 78. I can't help feeling worried about Tom
The speaker of this sentence means that she
A. doesn't worry about Tom
B. can do nothing to help Tom.
C. is glad to have someone like Tom to worry about.
D. finds it impossible not to worry about Tom.
Cu 79. The holiday wouldn't have cost so much if they hadn't gone abroad.
From this sentence we know that
A. they went abroad for the holiday and spent a lot.
B. they didn't go abroad for the holiday , so they didn't spent much.
C. they had a holiday abroad at a very low cost.
D. the holiday cost as much as a foreign holiday would have cost.
Cu 80. Mrs. Mason said: "Janet may have gone to the cinema"
Mrs. Mason means that
A. she knew Janet had gone to the cinema.
B. she wasn't sure where Janet had gone.
C. Janet was allowed to go to the cinema.
D. Janet had certainly not gone to the cinema.

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28-04-2011, 12:44 PM
ĐỀ THI ĐỀ XUẤT THI ĐẠI HỌC V CAO ĐẲNG
Chọn phương n (A, B, C hoặc D) ứng với từ c trọng m chnh nhấn vo m tiết c vị tr khc với ba từ cn lại trong mỗi cu:
Cu 1: A. inventor B. physicist C. president D. gardener
Cu 2: A. picturesque B. entertain C. Vietnamese D. wonderful
Cu 3: A. comedy B. command C. comfortable D. compass
Chọn phương n (A, B, C hoặc D) ứng với từ c phần gạch chn c cch pht m khcvới ba từ cn lại trong mỗi cu sau:
Cu 4: A. bound B. cough C. ground D. round
Cu 5: A. ache B. break C. paid D. bread
Chọn phương n đng tương ứng với ( A, B, C hoặc D) để hon thnh mỗi cu sau:
Cu 6: So far three houses __________
A. are built B. were built C. have built D. have been built.
Cu 7: Last night we __________ a great deal from the heat
A. had suffered B. were suffered C. suffered D. have suffered.
Cu 8 : She want to go shopping , but she has hardly __________.
A. any money B. some money C. money D. no money.
Cu 9: She has __________ work to do that she gets very tired
A. so many B. much more C. too much D. so much.
Cu 10 : .... he wasn't well-qualified, he got promotion.
A. Although B. When C. Besides D. If.
Cu 11: These are out dated clothes, .... people buy them.
A. yet B. if C. unless D. whenever.
Cu 12: The sky was cloudy and miserablẹ ...., We went to the beach.
A. Even though B. Nevertheless C. So D. If.
Cu 13 : Unless Tom . . . . . his library book back tomorrow he . . . . . . to pay a fine.
A. will take, have B. will take, will have C. is going to take, have D. takes, will have.
Cu 14 : . . . . . . . . . was a special work
A. John to carry for the parcels B. For John to carry the parcels
C. carry the parcels for John D. For John parcels carrying.
Cu 15: In the window was a special display of . . . cloth
A. Baby' B. baby's C. babies , D. a baby , s.
Cu 16: The snow and ice made the steps very __________
A. slipped B. slips C. slippery D. slip.
Cu 17: I find it quite __________ to talk in front of a group of people.
A. embarrassing B. embarrassed
C. embarrassedly D. embarrassingly.
Cu 18: __________ about the company's future meant that few people wanted to invest money
in it
A. Certainly B. Uncertainly C. Uncertain D. Certain.
Cu 19: Simon admitted that his cruel jokes was __________
A. intention B. unintended C. intending D. intended.
Cu 20 : Thousands of people have been made __________ by the war
A. homely B. homeland C. hometown D. homeless.
Cu 21 : On the __________ to the town there is a beautiful wood.
A. direction B. street C. way D. entrance
Cu 22 : Leave it in the oven until it __________ brown.
A. turns B. colours C. changes D. cooks
Cu 23: At four o'clock Mr. Hutchinson still had some __________ to do in the garden.
A. work B. job C. effort D. task
Cu 24 : I've __________ my mind. I don't want to go now
A. had B. changed C. lost D. got
Cu 25 : I couldn't remember if I'd closed the windows, so I went back to make __________
A. closed B. sure C. it D. nothing
Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau v chọn phương n đng ( A, B, C hoặc D) cho mỗi chỗ trống:
British television is the big success story of the post war year. Little (26) __________ than a
limited experiment before the war. It blossomed in the years following 1945. In 1955,
commercials television began. Today, 90% of the population have television in their home.
In 1960, a committee of inquiry was (27) __________ up, under the chairmanship of Sir Harry
Pilkington, to investigate the working of broadcasting. The Pilkington Report, (28) __________
in 1962, had this to say: " Television has been (29) __________ a mirror of society, but the
metaphor, however striking, wholly misses the major issue of the responsibility of the
broadcasting authorities. For, if we consider the aspect of this (30) __________ , what is the
mirror to reflect? Is it to reflect the best or the (31) __________ in us? One cannot escape the
question by saying that it must do both: one must ask then if it is to present the best or the worst
with complete indifference and no comment. Television (32) __________ not, and cannot,
merely reflect the moral standards of society. It must affect (33) __________ either by changing
or by reinforcing them".
All broadcasting, and television particularly should be ready and anxious to experiment, to
show (34) __________ new and unusual, to give hearing at dissent. Here, broadcasting must be
most willing to (35) __________ mistakes; for if it does not, it will make no discoveries.
Cu 26. A. more B. much C. less D. few
Cu 27. A. given B. set C. took D. shut
Cu 28. A. had B. made C. written D. produced
Cu 29. A. looked B. cared C. saved D. considered
Cu 30. A. media B. mean C. method D. tool
Cu 31. A. bad B. worse C. worst D. good
Cu 32. A. are B. have C. should D. could
Cu 33. A. no one B. nobody C. some one D. everyone
Cu 34. A. how B. the C. what D. that
Cu 35. A. join B. admit C. have D. be
Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau v chọn phương n đng ( A, B, C hoặc D) cho mỗi chỗ trống từ
cu 36 đến 45:
CITIES
Cities have always attracted people from the countryside. They offer wider (36) __________
for employment. They also provide a better range of goods and services - shops, schools,
hospitals (37) __________ a generally more exciting environment for the sleepy village.
However, cities have also been the (38) __________ of crime and poverty. But the attraction that
always remained and the movement (39) __________ large cities is now stronger than ever. One
result (40) __________ industrialization has been the vast increase in urban populations. By
1990, 40 percent of the world's (41) __________ lived in cities, and in the developed countries
the figure was generally well (42) __________ half. This came about partly as mechanized
farming methods need only a (43) __________ part of the workforce to supply the entire
population. Another reason was the growth (44) __________ industry which was located in thecities and employed huge numbers of people (45) __________ a result, cities are becoming
bigger and very crowded.
Cu 36. A. ranges B. fields C. jobs D. choices
Cu 37. A. the B. and C. but D. of
Cu 38. A. hub B. place C. position D. point
Cu 39. A. in B. on C. for D. of
Cu 40. A. that B. shows C. which D. what
Cu 41. A. people B. population C. family D. houses
Cu 42. A. on B. in C. under D. above
Cu 43. A. big B. large C. small D. little
Cu 44. A. of B. for C. at D. in
Cu 45. A. at B. as C. in D. on
Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau v chọn cu trả lời đng nhất (ứng với A, B, C hoặc D) từ cu 46
đến 55:
Smallpox was the first widespread disease to be eliminated by human invention . In May,
1966, the World Health Organization (WHO) , an agency of the United Nations was authorized
to initiate a global campaign to eradicate smallpox . The goal was to eliminate the disease in one
decade . At the time , the disease posed a serious threat to people in more than thirty nations .
Because similar projects for malaria and yellow fever had failed , few believed that smallpox
could actually be eradicated but eleven years after the initial organization of the campaign no
cases were reported in the field
The strategy was not only to provide mass vaccinations but also to isolate patients with active
smallpox in order to contain the spread of the disease and to break the chain of human
transmission . Rewards for reporting smallpox assisted in motivating removed from contact with
others and treated . at the same time , the entire village where the victim had lived was vaccinated
By April of 1978 WHO officials announced that they had isolated the last known case of the
disease but health workers continued to search for new cases for two additional years to be
completely sure . In may , 1980, a formal statement was made to the global community . Today
smallpox is no longer a threat to humanity . Routine vaccinations have been stopped worldwide.
Cu 46. Which of the following is the best title for the passage ?
A. The World Organization B. The Eradication of smallpox
C. Smallpox vaccinations D. Infectious disease
Cu 47. The word "threat" written in italic could be best replace by
A. debate B. humiliation C. risk D. bother
Cu 48. What was the goal of the campaign against smallpox worldwide.
A. to decrease the spread of smallpox worldwide
B. to eliminate smallpox worldwide in ten years
B. to provide mass vaccinations against smallpox worldwide
D. to initiate worldwide projects for smallpox , malaria, and yellow fever at the same time
Cu 49. According to the passage , what was the strategy used to eliminate the spread of
smallpox ?
A. Vaccinations of entire villages
B. Treatment of individual victims
C. Isolation of victims and mass vaccinations
D. extensive reporting of out break
Cu 50. The word "isolated" written in italic is closest in meaning to
A. restored B. separated C. attended D. located
Cu 51. How was the public motivated to help the health workers ?
A. By aducating them .
B. By rewarding them for reporting cases.
C. By isolating them from others.
D. By giving them vaccination
Cu 52. The world "they" written in italic refers to
A. health workers B. officials C. victims D. cases
Cu 53. Which statement does not refer to smallpox ?
A. Previous projects had failed.
B. People are no longer vaccinated for it.
C. The World Health Organization mounted a worldwide campaign to eradicate the disease.
D. It was a serious threat.
Cu 54. It can be inferred that
A. no new cases of smallpox have been reported this year.
B. malaria and yellow fever have been eliminated.
C. smallpox victims no longer die when they contact the disease.
D. smallpox is not transmitted from one person to another.
Cu 55. When was the formal announcement made that smallpox had been eradicated ?
A. 1966 B. 1976 C. 1978 D. 1980
Đọc kỹ đoạn văn sau v chọn cu trả lời đng nhất (ứng với A, B, C hoặc D) từ cu 56
đến 65:
The food we eat seems to have profound effects on our health . Although science has made
enormous steps in making food more fit to eat , it has, at the same time , make many foods unfit
to eat . Some research has shown that perhaps eighty percent of all human illnesses are related to
diet and forty percent of cancer is related to the diet as well , especially cancer of the colon .
people of different cultures are more prone to contract certain illnesses because of the
characteristic foods they consume .
That food is related to illness is not a new discovery . In 1945 , government researchers
realized that nitrates and nitrites ( commonly used to preserve color in meats ) as well as other
food additives caused cancer . Yet, these carcinogenic additives remain in our food , and it
becomes more difficult all the time to know which ingredients on the packaging labels of
processed food are helpful or harmful .
The additives that we eat are not all so direct . Farmers often give penicillin to cattle and
poultry , and because of this , penicillin has been found in the milk of treated cows .
Sometimes similar drugs are administered to animals not for medicinal purposes , but for
financial reasons . The farmers are simply trying to fatten the animals in order to obtain a higher
price on the market . Although the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has tried repeatedly to
control these procedures , the practices continue.
A healthy diet is directly related to good health . Often we are unaware of detrimental
substances we ingest. sometimes well- meaning farmers or others who do not realize the
consequences add these substances to food without our knowledge.
Cu 56. How has science done a disservice to people ?
A. Because of science , disease caused by contaminated food have been virtually eradicated .
B. It has caused a lack of information concerning the value of food .
C. As a result of scientific invention , some potentially harmful substances have been added to
our food .
D. The scientists have preserved the color of meats , but not of vegetables.
Cu 57. The word " prone" is nearest meaning to
A. supine B. unlikely C. healthy D. predisposed
Cu 58. What are nitrates used for ?
A. They preserve flavor in packaged foods. B. They preserve the color of meats . C. They are the objects of research. D. They cause the animals to become fatter.
Cu 59. FDA means
A. Food Direct Additives B. Final Difficult Analysis
C. Food and Drug Administration D. Federal Dairy Additives
Cu 60. The word "these" refers to
A. meats B. colors C. researchers D. nitrates and nitrites
Cu 61. The word " carcinogenic" is closest in meaning to
A. trouble- making B. color- retaining C. money- making D. cancer- causing
Cu 62. All of the following statements are true EXCEPT
A. drugs are always given to animals for medical reasons
B. some of additives in our food are added to the food itself and some are given to the living
animals
C. researchers have known about the potential hazards of food additives for more than forty-five
years
D. food may cause forty percent of the cancer in the world
Cu 63. The word "additives " is closest meaning to
A. added substances B. dangerous substances
C. natural substances D. benign substances
Cu 64. What is the best title for this passage ?
A. Harmful and harmless substances in Food B. Improving Health Through a Nature Diet
C. The Food You Eat Can Affect Your Health D. Avoiding Injurious Substances in Food
Cu 65. The word "fit" is closest in meaning to
A. athletic B. suitable C. tasty D. adaptable
Chọn phương n (A, B, C hoặc D) ứng với cu c nghĩa gần nhất với cu cho sẵn sau
đy:
Cu 66. Peter managed to get promoted to the job of Office Manager because he worked
extremely hard.
A. By working extremely hard Peter managed to get promoted to the job of office Manager
B. By working extremely hard Peter manages to get promote to the job of Office Manager
C. By working extremely hard Peter had managed to get promoted to the job of Office Manager
D. By working extremely hard Peter has been managed to get promoted to the job of Office
Manager
Cu 67. When we crossed the Alps, we couldn't see Mont Blanc because of the rain.
A. If it had been raining we could have seen Mont Blanc
B. If it hasn't been raining we could have seen Mont Blanc
C. If it hadn't been raining we could have seen Mont Blanc
D. If it hadn't been raining we couldn't have seen Mont Blanc
Cu 68. I'm sure it was Tom who cleared everything up.
A. Tom must have clear everything up. B. Tom must has cleared everything up.
C. Tom must has not cleared everything up. D. Tom must have cleared everything up.
Cu 69. If you want my opinion, it would be a good idea to stop eating so many sweets.
A. If I am you, I would stop eating so many sweets.
B. If I were you, I would stop eating so many sweets.
C. If I was you, I would stop eating so many sweets.
D. If I were you, I would not stop eating so many sweets.
Cu 70. People say that he is an excellent poet.
A. He was said to be an excellent poet. B. He is said not to be an excellent poet.
C. He is said to be an excellent poet. D. He has said to be an excellent poet.
Xc định từ / cụm từ c gạch chn cần phải sửa để cu trở thnh cu chnh xc:
Cu 71. Ceramic can be harder , light , and more resistant to heat than metals
A B C D
Cu 72. Mold is extremely destruction to books in a library.
A B C D
Cu 73. Sydney Lanier achieved fame both as a poet or as a symphony musician.
A B C D
Cu 74. The horses used to playing polo are not of any special breed or of any define size
A B C D
Cu 75. Sharks can detect minute electrical discharges coming from its prey
A B C D
Hy chọn cu đồng nghĩa với cu cho sẵn trong số A hoặc B, C, D:
Cu 76. He used to write home once a week .
From this sentence we understand that :
A. he enjoys writing home every week . B. he never fails to write a weekly letter to home.
C. he doesn't now write home once a week . D. he was force to write home every week .
Cu 77. They arrived too late to get good seats.
This sentence mean that :
A. when they arrived, the good seats were already taken.
B. although they were late they found some good seats.
C. they got good seats some time after they arrived.
D. they had to stand for the whole show.
Cu 78. I can't help feeling worried about Tom
The speaker of this sentence means that she
A. doesn't worry about Tom
B. can do nothing to help Tom.
C. is glad to have someone like Tom to worry about.
D. finds it impossible not to worry about Tom.
Cu 79. The holiday wouldn't have cost so much if they hadn't gone abroad.
From this sentence we know that
A. they went abroad for the holiday and spent a lot.
B. they didn't go abroad for the holiday , so they didn't spent much.
C. they had a holiday abroad at a very low cost.
D. the holiday cost as much as a foreign holiday would have cost.
Cu 80. Mrs. Mason said: "Janet may have gone to the cinema"
Mrs. Mason means that
A. she knew Janet had gone to the cinema.
B. she wasn't sure where Janet had gone.
C. Janet was allowed to go to the cinema.
D. Janet had certainly not gone to the cinema.
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