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ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC-CAO ĐẲNG LẦN II (2009-2010)MÔN: ANH-KHỐI DThời gian làm bài: 90 phút
Họ, tên thí sinh:............................................. ...............Số báo danh:.................................Mã đề thi 132
Question 1: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
A. platoon B. UNESCO C. intestine D. intervene
Question 2: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the pronunciation of the underlined part.
A. celadon B. mouths C. rejects D. obvious
Question 3: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best sentence from the words given.
There / nothing / I want / more / you / be / happy / contented.
A. There is nothing I want more you are happy than contented.
B. There is nothing I want more than that you should be happy and contented.
C. There are nothing that I want more than you be happy and contented.
D. There will be nothing which I want you more than happy and contented
Question 4: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the answer that could best replace the underlined without changing the meaning of the sentence.
Laura Scudder’s singular concept of prepackaged potato chips made her a legend in the food industry.
A. familiar B. unique C. unappreciated D. unknown
Question 5: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the answer that could best replace the underlined without changing the meaning of the sentence.
Gregor Mendel conceived of the laws of heredity from observing the growth of peas.
A. assumed B. meditated about C. reminisced of D. thought of
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 6: I’m not sure you’ll like George.
A. You’ve met George and liked him.
B. You haven’t met George and may not like him.
C. You’re going to like George if you meet him.
D. You’ve met George and didn’t like him.
Question 7: Sue is such a good pianist that I’m surprised she didn’t go into music professionally.
A. So good is Sue that I’m surprised she didn’t go into music professionally.
B. Sue is so good the pianist that I’m surprised she didn’t choose musician as her career.
C. Sue plays the piano so well that I’m surprised she didn’t go into music professionally.
D. All A, B, and C are correct.
Question 8: Twice as many women as men work as English teachers.
A. More women than men have English teachers.
B. Female English teachers outnumber male ones.
C. English is twice as much difficult to teach women as men.
D. Women are twice as likely as men to teach English.
Question 9: “Why don’t you meet the manager to talk about these problems, Peter?” said Mary.
A. Mary made suggestion that Peter should talk to the manager about these problems.
B. Mary suggested Peter meeting the manager and talking about these problems to him.
C. Mary suggested Peter to meet the manager and talked about those problems.
D. Mary suggested that Peter meet the manager to talk about those problems.
Question 10: I haven’t the slightest idea what my feelings would be if the same thing happened to me.
A. I don’t know what would happen to me if I felt the same thing.
B. I know very little about what I felt of the same thing happened to me.
C. I can’t imagine how I would feel if the same thing happened to me.
D. I have little idea about what would happen to me.
Question 11: The project received the unanimous approval of the committee.
A. Many members of the committee agree with the project.
B. Only some members of the committee disapproved of the project.
C. Few members of the committee approved of the project.
D. The whole committee was in favor of the project.
Question 12: I heard her called Toni.
A. She was called Toni. B. She was heard to have called Toni.
C. It was heard that she called Toni. D. That she called Toni was heard by me.
Question 13: Despite Jack’s optimism, he can not bear the truth.
A. Much as Jack’s optimism, he can not bear the truth.
B. Optimistic as Jack is, he can not stand the truth.
C. Though Jack is optimism, he can not put up with the truth.
D. Optimistic though is Jack, he can not tolerate the truth.
Question 14: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best sentence from the words given.
toxic gases / emitted / factories / air / cause / headache / eye / skin irritation / even death.
A. The toxic gases which are emitted by factories to the air can cause headache, eye and skin irritations or even the death.
B. Toxic gases that were emitted by factories into the air could cause headaches, the eye and skin irritation or even death.
C. Toxic gases emitted by factories into the air can cause headaches, eye and skin irritation or even death.
D. All A, B, C are correct.
Question 15: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the pronunciation of the underlined part.
A. ambulance B. amber C. chamber D. abandon
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 16 to 25.
Amy Tan, the American-born daughter of Chinese immigrants, received the Commonwealth Club Gold Award in 1989 for her first work of fiction, the best-selling Joy Luck Club. The sixteen interrelated stories that constitute the work alternate between the tales of four Chinese immigrant mothers and their Americanized daughters, in an exploration of the generational and cultural tensions experienced by many first-generation daughters of immigrants.
Tan’s parents, like many immigrants, had high expectations for their children and often set confusing standards, expecting Amy and her two brothers to think like Chinese but to speak perfect English, excel academically, and take advantage of every circumstance that might lead to success. Tan, however, rebelled against her parents’ expectations, which included such exalted professions as neurosurgery, and devoted herself to being thoroughly American and dreaming of being a fiction writer.
Tan obtained a bachelor’s degree in English and linguistics and a master’s degree in linguistics and eventually established herself as a highly successful business writer. Tan, however, was not satisfied despite her material success. Turning to her life long dream, she wrote her first short story, “Endgame”, and then a second, “Waiting between the Trees”. In 1987 Tan visited her half-sisters in China with her mother, a trip that proved to be a turning point in her life and career. Tan felt a sense of completeness, a bonding with the country and its culture that she had never expected. Returning from China, Tan was surprised to learn that on the strength of her short stories she had received an advance from a publisher. Tan closed her business and wrote the remaining stories for the Joy Luck Club. It was a resounding success, well received by the critics and appearing on the New York Times bestseller list. It has been translated into seventeen languages, including Chinese, and was made into a movie in 1993.
Question 16: What is the author’s main purpose in this passage?
A. To support Amy Tan’s decision to become a fiction writer.
B. To criticize Amy Tan’s rebellion against her parents.
C. To present biographical information about Amy Tan.
D. To analyze Amy Tan’s literary works.
Question 17: According to the passage, Amy Tan’s visit to China
A. was a trip she had always dreamed of taking. B. was not surprising in the least.
C. was disappointing. D. had a profound effect on her.
Question 18: The words “the work” refer to
A. Joy Luck Club. B. writing. C. stories. D. Commonwealth Club Gold Award.
Question 19: Before becoming a fiction writer, Amy Tan was a successful
A. business writer. B. English teacher. C. neurosurgeon. D. publisher.
Question 20: The expectations of Tan’s parents included all of the following EXEPT
A. choosing an important profession. B. speaking perfect English.
C. questioning tradition. D. excelling academically.
Question 21: It can be inferred from the passage that
A. Tan had always wanted to return to China.
B. Tan’s parents understood her dilemma but wanted the best for her.
C. It took Tan a while to summon the courage to pursue her dreams.
D. Tan started writing fiction in order to make more money.
Question 22: The word “exalted” means
A. very difficult. B. highly respected. C. established. D. common.
Question 23: It can be concluded from this passage that
A. Tan always knew she was Chinese foremost and American only in her imagination.
B. Tan did not use personal experience in her writing.
C. Tan made the right decision when she closed her business.
D. parents don’t know what’s best for their children.
Question 24: The word “resounding” is closest in meaning to
A. minimal. B. potential. C. certain. D. huge.
Question 25: The word “advance” means
A. congratulations. B. payment. C. offer. D. message.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
Question 26: …………… , I enjoyed my time at school.
A. By the rules B. Few and Far C. By and large D. Every other
Question 27: The TV station broke …………….to report the news of the president's death.
A. down B. out C. in D. up
Question 28: In times of hardship, people have to …………..the shops for basic necessities.
A. overlook B. examine C. look D. scour
Question 29: Man: I just heard the most incredible news.
Woman: Well, tell me. Don’t leave me in the dark.
What does the woman mean?
A. She doesn’t want the news kept from her. B. She’s afraid to be left alone.
C. She doesn’t want to hear the news. D. She wants the man to turn the lights on.
Question 30: If the rain doesn’t………….soon, we shall have to look for a taxi.
A. set about B. let up C. slow down D. go off
Question 31: - I think Mary should be told.
A. Don’t you? I’m sorry. B. She has been. C. Shouldn’t she? D. So am I.
Question 32: - I can run faster than you.
A. Who cares? B. That’s interesting. C. Can I? D. Take care.
Question 33: - ………………………………..
- No, it’s all right.
A. Sorry about that. B. Are you absolutely sure?
C. May I ask you a question? D. Am I interrupting?
Question 34: - …………………………………
- Sorry. It didn’t work out.
A. Is it OK if I leave now? B. Thank you very much for your efforts.
C. May I use your phone? D. Let’s go to the cinema tonight.
Question 35: - If I were in your shoes, I’d see a dentist.
A. I guess I should. B. I didn’t think you would. C. Sure, go ahead. D. I’d be glad to.
Question 36: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
A. profitable B. guideline C. fatigue D. shortcoming
Question 37: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the antonym of the underlined.
A credible explanation was given for the changes made.
A. unconvincing B. trustworthy C. believable D. untruthful
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
Question 38: Her eyes …………….with excitement at the prospect of a trip to the theme park.
A. glistened B. twinkled C. lit D. sparkled
Question 39: After years of neglect, there was a huge…………..programme to return the city to its former glory.
A. preservation B. refurbishment C. conservation D. restoration
Question 40: I’ve been taking a(n)………………….interest in your progress.
A. extensive B. sharp C. keen D. endless
Question 41: I was …………..in the book I was reading and didn’t hear the phone.
A. submerged B. gripped C. engrossed D. distracted
Question 42: Johnny and Kate didn’t…………….glance at each other.
A. so long as B. so much as C. as well as D. as far as
Question 43: She …………the children to her, and …………..the words she ………..to the others.
A. drew / said / had said B. drew / saying / had said
C. had drawn / said / said D. was drawing / saying / used to say
Question 44: We………….out soon because our old house …………down when the new road……..
A. are moving / is going to be knocked / is built.
B. will move / is going to be knocked / will be built.
C. are moving / is being knocked / is going to be built.
D. are going to move / is knocked / built.
Question 45: …………a fine day yesterday, I took my son fishing.
A. It was B. It being C. Being D. Having been
Question 46: To plant rice, farmers, …………., set young plants in the mud.
A. wade with bare feet in the water B. wading in the water in their bare feet
C. whose bare feet wading in the water D. water wading in their bare feet
Question 47: ………….disappear from the public eye shortly after the games are over.
A. Many Olympic athletes B. Many Olympic athletes who
C. That many Olympic athletes D. Many Olympic athletes to
Question 48: I’d like to go to Thailand, …….it’s by no means the only country in the world I want to see.
A. how B. as C. yet D. while
Question 49: In the rush hour, the traffic………………its way over the bridge into the city.
A. wormed B. crawled C. forced D. inched
Question 50: He carried one of the ……………………..
A. boxes of books. B. boxes of book. C. book’s boxes. D. box of books.
Question 51: Thomas Malthus claimed that disease, war, famine, and…….act as checks on population growth.
A. moral restraining B. moral restrain C. by moral restraint D. moral restraint
Question 52: A strike is unlikely, but some forms of ……………..cooperation are being considered.
A. non- B. in- C. dis- D. un-
Question 53: There’s …rumour that …National Bank is going to take over …..company I work for.
A. a / the / the B. a / - / the C. - / - / the D. the / the / a
Question 54: As the child’s head went under the water for the third time, I stood and watched,………to help. I couldn’t swim.
A. powerful B. power C. powerlessly D. powerless
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
Question 55: Many fruits contain large amounts of vitamin C, as well as sugar, which provide energy.
A. as well as B. Many C. amounts D. provide
Question 56: A back-and- white coat of the giant panda makes it one of the most distinctive, appealing, and instantly recognizable mammals in the world.
A. mammals B. appealing C. makes D. A
Question 57: The direction which in computers are moving in education is what we learn rather than how we learn.
A. how B. are C. learn D. which in
Question 58: Investment banks do not accept deposits from the public or do loans to businesses or individuals.
A. Investment banks B. businesses C. do D. deposits
Question 59: A dolphin locates underwater objects in its path by doing a series of clicking and whistling sounds.
A. sounds B. doing C. in D. locates
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 60 to 69.
On a drop shot, a tennis player “drops” the ball just over the net, hoping that his or her opponent won’t get to it at all …60… will just barely reach it, thus making a weak …61…. The drop shot works well in a number of situations. It can be used to …62… an opponent, to bring a baseline player to the net, to win points …63… when an opponent is low in moving forward or is out of position, or to substitute for the …64… shot.
A perfect situation for a drop shot occurs when a player’s opponent is far out of …65… and hits well to the inside of the service line. A good drop shot is a sure …66… , but a bad one is equally certain disaster. The opponent who gets to the ball early has been handed the net position, which is a distinct …67… for the net rusher who will usually win the point in short order.
There are two types of drop shots, each requiring a distinct stroke. The first is used to drop slow balls …68… from the peak of the bounce. The second is used on rising balls. These shots require excellent …69… and a simple stroke, such as the swing on waist-high volleys.
Question 60: A. or B. and C. but D. and so
Question 61: A. turning B. react C. drop D. return
Question 62: A. conquer B. encourage C. tire D. beat
Question 63: A. outright B. at the moment C. in the spot D. successfully
Question 64: A. approach B. strong C. approachable D. vigorous
Question 65: A. court B. track C. pitch D. rink
Question 66: A. winning B. one C. winner D. action
Question 67: A. disadvantage B. foul C. advantage D. defeat
Question 68: A. descending B. running C. decreasing D. lifting
Question 69: A. timing B. skill C. time D. qualification
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 70 to 79.
During the 19th century, women in the U.S. organized and participated in a large number of reform movements, including movements to reorganize the prison system, improve education, ban the sale of alcohol, and, most importantly, to free slaves. Some women saw similarities in the social status of women and slaves. Women like Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucy Stone were feminists and abolitionists who supported the rights of both women and blacks. A number of male abolitionists, including William Lloyd Garrison and Wendell Phillips, also supported the rights of women to speak and participate equally with men in anti-slavery activities. Probably more than any other movement, abolitionism offered women a previously denied entry into politics. They became involved primarily in order to better their living conditions and the conditions of others.
When the Civil War ended in 1865, the 14th and 15th Amendments to the Constitution adopted in 1868 and 1870 granted citizenship and suffrage to blacks but not to women. Discouraged but resolved, feminists influenced more and more women to demand the right to vote. In 1869 the Wyoming Territory had yielded to demands by feminists, but eastern states resisted more stubbornly than ever before. A women’s suffrage bill had been presented to every Congress since 1878 but it continually failed to pass until 1920, when the 19th Amendment granted women the right to vote.
Question 70: What is the topic of the passage?
A. The 14th and 15th Amendment. B. Women’s suffrage.
C. The Wyoming Territory. D. Abolitionists.
Question 71: What is not among the reformation movements of women?
A. reorganizing the prison. B. banning the sale of alcohol.
C. passing the laws. D. freeing the slaves.
Question 72: According to the passage, why did women become active in politics?
A. to be elected to public office.
B. to support Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
C. to amend the Declaration of Independence.
D. to improve the conditions of life that existed at the time.
Question 73: The word “primarily” is closest in meaning to
A. somewhat. B. always. C. above all. D. finally.
Question 74: What had occurred shortly after the Civil War?
A. The eastern states resisted the end of the war.
B. A women’s suffrage bill was introduced in Congress.
C. The Wyoming territory was admitted to the Union.
D. Black people were granted the right to vote.
Question 75: The word “suffrage” in the passage could be best replaced by
A. pain. B. right to vote. C. freedom. D. citizenship.
Question 76: What does the 19th Amendment guarantee?
A. Voting rights for women. B. Citizenship for blacks.
C. Citizenship for women. D. Voting rights for blacks.
Question 77: When were women allowed to vote throughout the U.S?
A. After 1866. B. After 1920. C. After 1878. D. After 1870.
Question 78: What is wrong about William Lloyd Garrison?
A. He supported the rights of women.
B. He was living at the same time with Lucy Stone and Wendell Phillips.
C. He believed in equality between men and women.
D. He used to be a slave.
Question 79: What can not be inferred from the passage?
A. The blacks were given the right to vote before women.
B. A women’s suffrage bill had been discussed in the Congress for 50 years.
C. The abolitionists believed in anti-slavery activities.
D. The eastern states did not like the idea of women’s right to vote.
Question 80: Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
A. alleviate B. storyteller C. canal D. dissolve
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