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  1. University of Natural Sciences MIDTERM TEST (đề 1) Time allowed: 60 minutes Name:……………………………………Class Code: ………… Mark: ………./50 Test date:……………………………....... Students’Code:…………………………… I. CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD OR WORDS TO COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE: (10 marks) 1. In this first assignment, we will _________ your work and then give you detailed feedback on how to improve your writing. a. assess b. judge c. measure d. consider 2. The spacecraft _________ the earth three times. a. orbited b. ordered c. flew d. spaced 3. Martin Luther King fought to put an end to racial ______ in the United States. a. integration b. education c. separation d. torture 4. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark made their epic journey across North America in the years 1804 ____ 1806. a. to b. between c. over d. for 5. UNICEF has _______ the responsibility of aiding children in need. a. taken on b. effected c. evaded d. violated 6. Whose books are on my desk? Are they ________ new books? a. our b. ours c. we d. us 7. Julio is lazy. He almost _______ exercises. a. rarely b. ever c. never d. always 8. __________ me your passport, please. a. Show b. Buy c. Write d. Keep 9. The _______ is interesting. a. books b. news c. newspapers d. papers 10. That cake _________ delicious. a. smelling b. smell c. smells d. to smell II. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER TO COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE: ( 10 marks) 1. Geothermal energy is cheap and ________ cause pollution. a. don’t b. doesn’t c. isn’t d. aren’t 2. After her fall, Mrs. Garcia ________ without a cane. a. not able to walk b. able to walk c. will be able to walk d. wasn’t able to walk 3. Many experts believe that Senator Rutkins ________ the election in the fall. a. is not going to win b. is not winning c. not win d. doesn’t win 4. ____________ go to the movie with us? a. Would they be b. She would prefer c. Would they like d. Could he 5. Today’s astronomers _______ the movement of most stars with high-powered telescopes. a. can see b. could see c. is able to see d. were able to see 6. I think Alex would ______ to have Chinese food tonight. a. prefer b. prefers c. to prefer d. preferring 7. Angela was waiting for the bus when she ______ the explosion. a. heard b. was hearing c. were hearing d. hearing
  2. 8. The spectators wanted the new player ______ the award. a. win b. wins c. would win d. to win 9. After World War II _______, the United States population increased very quickly. a. ended b. were ending c. was ending d. ends 10. _______ you give me credit card number, I’ll hold the reservation for you. a. while b. before c. after d. If III. CHOOSE APPROPRIATE WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS: (10 marks) exploration scientific automatically space electricity energy colony supersonic vehicles humans WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN THE FUTURE? In the year 2010 we will continue the __________(1)___________ of the planet Mars. The first interplanetary astronauts won’t be humans, however. They will be robots. Experts say these robots will be very different from the robots we usually see in movies. They won’t have arms and legs. Instead, they will like small armored _________(2)__________. They will explore the surface of the planet and they will perform _______(3)_________ experiments. If the robots find water, humans will travel to Mars and create a __________(4) _________. In the year 2015 people will live in smart houses. These houses will use less energy and will be more environmentally friendly than the houses of today. If a room is empty, the lights and TV will go off. When the weather is cold, windows will shut ______(5)_________. They will open when the weather is hot. The windows will also change the ________(6)_________ of the sun into __________(7) _________. Some people say that smart houses are not going to be very popular because we will prefer our traditional houses. Others say that smart houses will change our way of life completely and everyone will love them. In the year 2020 it will be possible for ordinary people to travel on _______(8) _________ planes such as the Concorde. Today this kind of travel is extremely expensive. However, in the future it is going to be much cheaper. After prices go down, it will be possible for everyone to travel from Tokyo to New York in just a few hours. In the year 2025 we will build a _________(9) _________ station on one of the moons of Jupiter. Some scientists believe that __________(10) _________ will travel into deep space soon after that.
  3. IV. READING THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE AND CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER: ( 10 marks) According to the best evidence gathered by space probes and astronomers, Mars is an inhospitable planet, more similar to Earth’s Moon than to Earth itself – a dry, stark, seemingly lifeless world. Mars’s air pressure is equal to Earth’s at an altitude of 100,000 feet. The air there is 95 percent carbon dioxide. Mars has no ozone layer to screen out the sun’s lethal radiation. Daytime temperatures may reach above freezing, but because the planet is blanketed by the mere wisp of an atmosphere, the heat radiates back into space. Even at the equator, the temperature drops to -50C ( - 60F) at night. Today there is no liquid water, although valleys and channels on the surface show evidence of having been carved by running water. The polar ice caps are made of frozen water and carbon dioxide, and water may be frozen in the ground as permafrost. Despite these difficult conditions, certain scientists believe that there is a possibility of transforming Mars into a more Earth-like planet. Nuclear reactors might be used to melt frozen gases and eventually build up the atmosphere. This in turn could create a “greenhouse effect” that would stop heat from radiating back into space. Liquid water could be thawed to form a polar ocean. Once enough ice has melted, suitable plants could be introduced to build up the level of oxygen in the atmosphere so that, in time, the planet would support animal life from Earth and even permanent human colonies. “This was once thought to be so far in the future as to be irrelevant, said Christopher McKay, a research scientist at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. “But now it’s starting to look practical. We could begin work in four or five decades.” The idea of “terra-forming” Mars, as enthusiastics call it, has its roots in science fiction. But as researchers develop a more profound understanding of how Earth’s ecology supports life, they have begun to see how it may be possible to create similar conditions on Mars. Don’t plan on homesteading on Mars any time soon, though. The process could take hundreds or even thousands of years to compete and the cost would be staggering. 1. With which of the following is the passage primarily concerned? a. The possibility of changing the Martian environment. b. The challenge of interplanetary travel. c. The advantages of establishing colonies on Mars. d. The need to study the Martian ecology. 2. Which of the following does the author NOT list as a characteristic of the planet Mars that would make colonization difficult? a. There is little liquid water. b. Daytime temperatures are dangerously high. c. The sun’s rays are deadly. d. Nighttime temperatures are extremely low. 3. According to the passage, the Martian atmosphere today consists mainly of a. carbon dioxide b. oxygen c. ozone d. water vapor
  4. 4. According to Christopher McKay, the possibility of transforming Mars a. could only occur in science fiction stories. b. will not begin for hundreds, even thousands of years. c. is completely impractical. d. could be started in forty to fifty years. 5. According to the article, the basic knowledge needed to transform Mars comes from a. the science of astronomy b. a knowledge of Earth’s ecology c. data from space probes d. science fiction stories. V. FIND THE UNDERLINED WORD OR PHRASE MUST BE CHANGED IN ORDER FOR THE SENTENCE TO BE CORRECT: (10 marks) 1. Why can’t Angie and Lisa help you with the preparations yesterday? A B C D 2. Kim was seeming very relieved after she gave her preparation at the conference. A B C D 3. There maybe a problem with the phone connection. A B C D 4. If you eat all those chocolates, you feel sick later. A B C D 5. An excellent climber and swimmer, the leopard feed on birds and small mammals. A B C D 6. Where you can buy the course books for Professor Lee’s history class? A B C D 7. In case of fire or other emergency, pushing the red button on the control panel. A B C D 8. The art students and their teacher visit the National Gallery last month. A B C D 9. As a child, the German composer and conductor Mendelssohn enjoyed write poetry. A B C D 10. How many planet are in our solar system? A B C D
  5. University of Natural Sciences MIDTERM TEST (đề 2) Time allowed: 45 minutes Name:……………………………………Class Code: ………… Mark: ………./10 Test date:……………………………....... Students’Code:…………………………… I. CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER TO COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE: (10 marks) 1. By hunting in large groups, our human ancestors _______ extremely large animals. a. was able to kill b. were able to kill c. able to kill d. were able be to see th 2. In the early 20 century, doctors _______ bacterial infections because antibiotics did not exist. a. can not treat b. could not treat c. may treat d. will be able to treat 3. There is no guarantee, but medical researchers ______ a cure for cancer someday a. can be able to b. are able to find c. will be able to find d. may be able to find 4. Could you _______ your car tomorrow? a. will lend b. lend c. lending d. to lend 5. I’m not feeling well. I may ______ go to the show. a. no b. not c. don’t d. doesn’t 6. _______ I come to your house at 6:30 or 7:00? a. Should b. Ought to c. Have to d. Must 7. When ______ they ______ from college? a. has / graduated b. have / graduated c. did / graduate d. does / graduate 8. If Andre ________ a job in Los Angeles, he’ll move there in the fall. a. find b. will find c. is finding d. finds 9. How _____ Paula do on her math test yesterday? a. she did b. do c. did she d. did 10. Did Pakistan _________be part of India? a. used to b. use to c. did d. was II. CHOOSE THE ONE OPTION THAT CORRECTLY COMPLETES EACH SENTENCE: (10 marks) 1. ________ you close the window in the living room, please? a. Will b. Do c. May d. Should 2. With the growth of international ______the economies of the world have become more interdependent. a. development b. commerce c. choice d. celebration 3. Do you see the No Parking sign? You ______ park here. a. don’t have to b. should c. must not d. must 4. I’m not very good with numbers. Could you check my addition? a. Yes, you may b. No problem c. No, you can’t. I’m sorry d. Thank you
  6. 5. A: Hannah! What’s the answer to question 3? B: Be quiet. _________________. a. You don’t have to talk during a test. b. You’d better talk durng the test c. You shouldn’t talk during a test. d. You will not talk during the test 6. My geography class is less _________ than my math class. a. difficult b. easier c. more difficult d. harder 7. Ruben is fluent in English, but he speaks _______ Spanish. a. a few b. a little c. many d. any 8. Elsa offered ________ a cup of coffee. a. for me b. to me c. me d. at me 9. Juan hopes _______ a new car next year. a. buy b. buys c. to buy d. buying 10. A: ________________________. B: I cooked them some Italian food. a. What did they cook? b. What did they cook for you? c. What did you cook for them? d. What did you do in the kitchen? III. CHOOSE APPROPRIATE WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS: (10 marks) seawall concerned worse collapsed ended head telegram notes ruins disaster GALVESTON’S KILLER HURICANE The worst weather __________(1) ________ in the history of the United States was a hurricane that hit the city of Galveston on September 8, 1900. Galveston is on an island near the Texas coast. At that time it was the richest city in Texas, and about 38,000 people were living there. On the morning of Tuesday, September 6, 1990, the ________(2)_______of the Galveston weather station, Isaac Cline, received a _______(3) _________ about a storm. It was moving north over Cuba and coming toward Galveston. Cline didn’t worry when he got the news. Galveston often had bad storms. However, by the next afternoon Cline became ___________(4) _______ . The wind was getting stronger, the ocean waves were getting larger, and the tide was much higher than normal. On the morning of September 8, Cline began to tell people to leave the island. However, few people listened. Most of them just went to friends’ and relatives’ houses away from the water. By 4:00 that afternoon, the storm was much ________(5) ________. The tide was getting higher and higher when a four-foot wave went through the town. A twenty-foot wave followed it. Cline was at his house with a lot of other people. While the storm was going on, he was making careful ________(6) _______ of the water’s height around his house. Suddenly, a huge wave hit the house and it _______(7) __________. Everyone went into the water. For the next three hours they floated on the waves. “While we were drifting,” he later wrote, “we had to protect ourselves from pieces of wood and other objects that were flying around.” After the storm ________(8)________, the city was in _______(9)________. More than 7,000 people were dead. The storm also destroyed more than 3,600 buildings. As a result, the people of Galveston built a _________(10)__________. It was 3 miles long, 17 feet high, and 16 feet thick. Today the people of Galveston depend on weather satellites and other technology to give them hurricane warnings, but they still talk about the great hurricane of 1900.
  7. IV. READING THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE AND CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER: (10 marks) According to the best evidence gathered by space probes and astronomers, Mars is an inhospitable planet, more similar to Earth’s Moon than to Earth itself – a dry, stark, seemingly lifeless world. Mars’s air pressure is equal to Earth’s at an altitude of 100,000 feet. The air there is 95 percent carbon dioxide. Mars has no ozone layer to screen out the sun’s lethal radiation. Daytime temperatures may reach above freezing, but because the planet is blanketed by the mere wisp of an atmosphere, the heat radiates back into space. Even at the equator, the temperature drops to -50C ( - 60F) at night. Today there is no liquid water, although valleys and channels on the surface show evidence of having been carved by running water. The polar ice caps are made of frozen water and carbon dioxide, and water may be frozen in the ground as permafrost. Despite these difficult conditions, certain scientists believe that there is a possibility of transforming Mars into a more Earth-like planet. Nuclear reactors might be used to melt frozen gases and eventually build up the atmosphere. This in turn could create a “greenhouse effect” that would stop heat from radiating back into space. Liquid water could be thawed to form a polar ocean. Once enough ice has melted, suitable plants could be introduced to build up the level of oxygen in the atmosphere so that, in time, the planet would support animal life from Earth and even permanent human colonies. “This was once thought to be so far in the future as to be irrelevant, said Christopher McKay, a research scientist at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. “But now it’s starting to look practical. We could begin work in four or five decades.” The idea of “terra-forming” Mars, as enthusiastics call it, has its roots in science fiction. But as researchers develop a more profound understanding of how Earth’s ecology supports life, they have begun to see how it may be possible to create similar conditions on Mars. Don’t plan on homesteading on Mars any time soon, though. The process could take hundreds or even thousands of years to compete and the cost would be staggering. 1. With which of the following is the passage primarily concerned? a. The possibility of changing the Martian environment. b. The challenge of interplanetary travel. c. The advantages of establishing colonies on Mars. d. The need to study the Martian ecology. 2. Which of the following does the author NOT list as a characteristic of the planet Mars that would make colonization difficult? a. There is little liquid water. b. Daytime temperatures are dangerously high. c. The sun’s rays are deadly. d. Nighttime temperatures are extremely low. 3. According to the passage, the Martian atmosphere today consists mainly of a. carbon dioxide b. oxygen c. ozone d. water vapor
  8. 4. According to Christopher McKay, the possibility of transforming Mars a. could only occur in science fiction stories. b. will not begin for hundreds, even thousands of years. c. is completely impractical. d. could be started in forty to fifty years. 5. According to the article, the basic knowledge needed to transform Mars comes from a. the science of astronomy b. a knowledge of Earth’s ecology c. data from space probes d. science fiction stories. V. FIND THE UNDERLINED WORD OR PHRASE MUST BE CHANGED IN ORDER FOR THE SENTENCE TO BE CORRECT: (10 marks) 1. Why can’t Angie and Lisa help you with the preparations yesterday? A B C D 2. Kim was seeming very relieved after she gave her preparation at the conference. A B C D 3. There maybe a problem with the phone connection. A B C D 4. If you eat all those chocolates, you feel sick later. A B C D 5. An excellent climber and swimmer, the leopard feed on birds and small mammals. A B C D 6. Where you can buy the course books for Professor Lee’s history class? A B C D 7. In case of fire or other emergency, pushing the red button on the control panel. A B C D 8. After many months of unemployment, Fred is looking forward to start his new job. A B C D 9. As a child, the German composer and conductor Mendelssohn enjoyed write poetry. A B C D 10. How many planet are in our solar system? A B C D

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