ĐỀ KIỂM TRA ANH VĂN HKI – TEST 9
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I. PRONUNCIATION AND STRESS
A. Which word is stressed differently from the others?
1. A. millennium B. disappointed C. investigate D. department
2. A. hospital B. evidence C. computer D. newspaper
3. A. criminal B. employee C. pioneer D. volunteer
4. A. someone B. guilty C. sentence D. success
5. A. diamond B. uniform C. robbery D. suspicion
B. Which underlined part is pronounced differently?
6. A. could B. would C. tourist D. rough
7. A. situation B. detective C. investigate D. witness
8. A. informal B. problem C. college D. probably
9. A. family B. advertise C. cartoonist D. banister
10. A. advise B. finish C. design D. child
II. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE
Choose the word (A, B, C, or D) that best completes each sentence.
11. Would you mind if I had you __________ Peter off at the airport tomorrow?
A. seen B. seeing
C. see D. to see
12. He _________ cautiously into the room.
A. stepped B. wandered
C. strolled D. headed
13. Police have brought a charge of dangerous driving _________ the man.
A. for B. against
C. on D. of
14. His __________ son will go to school this fall.
A. five – year old B. five – yeared old
C. five years old D. five years’ old
15. She admitted _________ the money from her employers.
A. robbing B. stealing
C. burgling D. mugging
16. Why don’t you _________ for coffee some time?
A. drop around B. drop in
C. drop by D. all are correct
17. I don’t care __________ you go or not.
A. where B. when
C. why D. whether
18. Greg _________ slowly toward her, smiling.
A. moved B. walked
C. wandered D. strolled
19. He was casually dressed _________ jeans and a T-shirt.
A. with B. by
C. in D. none of them
20. Jane __________ to the hospital yesterday but nobody took her there.
A. could go B. would go
C. should have gone D. must have gone
21. The tomb had been _________ of its treasures.
A. robbed B. stole
C. burgled D. mugged
22. Sally is ______ me ___ for the weekend.
A. putting … up B. giving … up
C. letting … up D. making … up
23. He’d just finished doing his homework when you arrived, __________?
A. hadn’t he B. didn’t he
C. wasn’t he D. wouldn’t he
24. The thief was _________ to six months’ imprisonment.
A. charged B. accused
C. fined D. sentenced
25. We haven’t found a cure yet – but we are ____ the right track.
A. in B. on
C. under D. along
26. Kim had forgotten to ______ his watch ___.
A. put … up B. put … on
C. put … off D. put … out
27. We need to work _________ the total cost of the project.
A. in B. out
C. on D. off
28. “Mark wasn’t there last night. How about you?”
A. I wasn’t either B. either was I
C. I wasn’t so D. neither I was
29. I’m depending on you to help me. Please don’t ______ me ___.
A. put up me B. put me up
C. give up me D. give me up
30. If it keeps on raining, the basket-ball game ought __________.
A. to postpone B. to be postponed
C. be postponed D. postponed
31. The necklace is interesting but not very _________.
A. priceless B. valuable
C. invaluable D. all are correct
32. __________ you run quickly you are likely to be late.
A. When B. Unless
C. Since D. Because
33. “Why didn’t you attend the concert?”
“I would have gone if I __________ time.”
A. have had B. have
C. would have D. had had
34. He said, “I won’t do it next week.”
A. He said I wouldn’t do it next week.
B. He said I wouldn’t do it the following week.
C. He said he wouldn’t do it the following week.
D. He said he won’t do it next week.
35. It was _________ they were there.
A. at times B. at the time
C. at a time D. all the time
36. When they got back from their holiday, they found that their house had been _________.
A. robbed B. stole
C. burgled D. hacked
37. My friend predicted ________ receive a lot of praise for my work.
A. that I would B. that I
C. what I would D. what I
38. He was caught _________ by a store detective.
A. blackmailing B. burglarizing
C. shoplifting D. hacking
39. You would not be able to do this exercise if your English _________ good.
A. is not B. was not
C. were not D. hadn’t been
40. Will you keep _________ on things here until I get back?
A. an eye B. eyes
C. your eyes D. the eye
41. Oh, I’m too sleepy to study.
Well, if you _________ that late movie last night, you wouldn’t be sleepy.
A. didn’t watch B. wouldn’t have watched
C. haven’t watched D. hadn’t watched
42. Tracey is _________ a simple black T-shirt.
A. wearing B. putting on
C. both of them D. none of them
43.You _________ more careful. Then you could have avoided this accident.
A. should be B. must be
C. should have been D. would be
44. We’ve applied ____ a charitable organization ____ a grant for the project.
A. Ø – for B. for – Ø
C. to – for D. for – to
45. The army, _________ by the capable general, won the battle easily.
A. led B. lead
C. leading D. leads
B. Identify one underlined word or phrase that is incorrect.
46. Families who are enough fortunate to own a historic home may be able to get
A B C D
restoration funds from the government.
47. The first things a new international student must do include renting an
apartment, registering for classes, and to get to know the city.
48. When parents allow his children to spend many hours watching television,
the children are not likely to be physically fit.
49. Christianity has become a worldwide religion since it has begun almost two
A B C D
thousand years ago.
50. As the population of Africa continues to grow, animals will continue to lose
A B C
theirs natural habitat.
51. Actually, by the time Columbus arrived to America in 1492, other Europeans
A B C
had already reached the New World.
52. The most A mericans were killed in World War II than in any other war since
A B C D
the birth of the nation.
53. Antartica, which is largely covered by ice, receive hardly any rainfall
A B C D
54. Jessica is only an amateur, but she sings sweeter than most professionals.
AB C D
55. Mrs. Adams was surprising that her son and his friend had gone to the
A B C
mountains to ski.
III. CLOZE PASSAGE
R ead the following passage and then choose the word (A, B, C or D) that best completes each blank.
Drugs are one of the (56) ________ profession’s most valuable tools. Doctors prescribe drugs to (57) ________ or
prevent many diseases. Every year, penicillin and other (58) ________ drugs save the lives of countless victims of pneumonia
and other dangerous infectious diseases. Vaccines prevent attacks by such diseases as (59) ________, polio, and smallpox.
The use of these and many other drugs (60) ________ helped millions of people live longer, healthier lives than would (61)
________ have been possible.
Almost all our most important drugs, however, were unknown before the 1900’s. For example, the sulfa drugs and
antibiotics did not come into use (62) ________ the late 1930’s and early 1940’s. Before that time, about 25 percent of all
pneumonia victims in the United States died of the disease. The new drugs quickly reduced the (63) ________ rate from
pneumonia to less than 5 percent. Polio vaccine was introduced in 1955. At that time, polio struck about 30,000 to 50,000
Americans each year. (64)________ 1960, the use of the vaccine has reduced the number of new polio cases to about 3,000 a
year. In 1900, most Americans did not live (65) ________ the age of 47. Today, Americans live an average of more than 70
years, in great part because of the use of modern drugs.
56. A. medical B. medicine C. health D. medic
57. A. solve B. settle C. ruin D. treat
58. A. germ-killing B. helping C. saving D. rescuing
59. A. AIDS B. measles C. influenza D. hiccups
60. A. would have B. have C. has D. did
61. A. only B. even C. also D. otherwise
62. A. until B. to C. onto D. upon
63. A. end B. ruin C. death D. termination
64. A. About B. By C. To D. Prior
65. A. past B. passing C. well D. through
IV. COMPREHENSION READING
Read the following passage. For questions 66 – 70, you are to choose one best answer (A, B, C or D) to each question.
In 1752, Benjamin Franklin made his textbook experiment with a brass key and a silk kite that he flew in a
thunderstorm to prove that lightning and electricity are the same thing. In 1920, a kite-flying championship for families and
individuals was held in London. These two seemingly unrelated events underscore the fact that kites can be flown for both
pleasure and scientific purposes. For example, in the 1800s weather bureaus flew kites to record temperature and humidity at
certain altitudes. On one occasion, ten kites were strung together and flown at a height of four miles to lift men and carry
The kite's ability to fly depends on its construction and the way that its line is attached. The familiar diamond -
shaped kite flies when its covered face is aligned against the wind flow. The line attached to the nose of the kite pulls it into
the wind, thus creating the necessary angle for the lift force. If the kite's construction and the angle of the air stream are
correct, the kite will encounter greater pressure against its face and lower pressure against its back. The difference in the
pressure creates a lift that causes the kite to rise until it hangs level from its bridle. Its angle against the wind should be
sufficiently large or small to create maximum lift to overcome both drag and gravity. The towing point to which the line is
attached is important because it sets the kite's angle relative to the airflow. Although the kite must be headed up and into the
wind with a velocity of 8 to 20 miles per hour, it can maintain its position through a tail, a rudder, a keel, vents, or tassels.
66. What is the main topic of the passage?
A. How kites can be used. B. Why kites are flown.
C. What parts kites consist of. D. What makes kites stay up in the air.
67. According to the passage, the kite flies when its nose is ________.
A. pointed away from the ground. B. pointed into the wind flow.
C. pointed to the ground. D. pointed downwards.
68. What is the necessary condition for the kites to fly?
A. The kite must be sufficiently strong to withstand great pressure.
B. The kite must be diamond -shaped, and the wind of a certain velocity.
C. The pressure against its back must be lower than the pressure against its
D. The pressure of the airflow must be lower than the weight of the kite.
69. According to the passage, the line of the kites is important because it _____.
A. lifts the kite's cover arid frame into the air space.
B. contributes to the shape of the kite and extends it.
C. determines the angle between the kite and the air flow.
D. conveys the direction of the wind and the air flow.
70. The word "velocity" in line 21 most nearly means________.
A. force B. span
C. speed D. measure
1. 16. 31. 46. 61.
B D D B D
2. 17. 32. 47. 62.
C D B D A
3. 18. 33. 48. 63.
A B D A C
4. 19. 34. 49. 64.
D C C C B
5. 20. 35. 50. 65.
D C D D A
6. 21. 36. 51. 66.
D A C C D
7. 22. 37. 52. 67.
A A A A B
8. 23. 38. 53. 68.
A A C B C
9. 24. 39. 54. 69.
C D C C C
10. 25. 40. 55. 70.
B B A A C
11. 26. 41. 56. 71.
C B D A
12. 27. 42. 57. 72.
A B C D
13. 28. 43. 58. 73.
B A C A
14. 29. 44. 59. 74.
A D C B
15. 30. 45. 60. 75.
B B A C
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