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Everyone was casually dressed.<br /> A. mustn't have dressed<br /> B. couldn't have dressed<br /> C. needn't have dressed {<br /> D. didn't need to dress<br /> ))<br /> 16. "Thank you very much!"<br /> B. Please.<br /> A. Nothing.<br /> C. Not at all.<br /> D. Of course.<br /> <br /> f<br /> <br /> D€ thi thir Dgi hgc ti€rtg Attlt lrtn 3 ndnt 2012,<br /> <br /> 17."I can'tremember<br /> <br /> Trvtng THPT Chul,ht Dgi hpc<br /> <br /> Srr<br /> <br /> phgutt<br /> <br /> us ever<br /> <br /> ," replied the stranger.<br /> C. to meet<br /> D. to have met<br /> A. being met<br /> B. having met<br /> 18. The Ccntinental United States is<br /> that there are four time zones.<br /> C. so big an area D. so a big area<br /> B. very big<br /> A. much big<br /> 19. Marine reptiles are among the few creatures that are known to have a possible life span greater than<br /> C. the one of<br /> <br /> man's<br /> <br /> D. that of man<br /> are planning to drivethroughout the country during the summer holidays.<br /> D. us boys<br /> C. boys we<br /> B. boys<br /> good work on that project that she was quickly offered a promotion.<br /> <br /> A. man<br /> <br /> B. the man's<br /> <br /> 20. Some of<br /> <br /> A. we boys<br /> 2l: Ms. Lee did<br /> B. such<br /> A. too<br /> what action to take.<br /> 22.Wehave<br /> B. yet decided<br /> A. not yet decide<br /> 23. After seeing the film Gone With The Wind,<br /> A. the book was read by many people<br /> C. many people wanted to read the book<br /> 24. Jane has just bought<br /> <br /> A. an impressive<br /> <br /> D. much<br /> <br /> C. so<br /> C. not O"lto<br /> <br /> decide<br /> <br /> D. yet to decide<br /> <br /> B. the book made many people want to read it<br /> D. the reading of the book interested people<br /> <br /> _<br /> <br /> reddish French wood coffee table<br /> <br /> ts. a reddish impressive wood French coffee table<br /> C. an impressivq.French reddisii wood table coffee<br /> D. in impressive French wood reddish coffee table<br /> the fifth largest among the nine planets that make up our sola: system.<br /> 25.<br /> A. The Earth is<br /> 26.<br /> <br /> B. The Earth<br /> <br /> being<br /> <br /> C. That the Earth<br /> <br /> is<br /> <br /> D. Eeing the Earth<br /> <br /> I'll pick you up at six.<br /> <br /> _,<br /> <br /> B. Time being permitted<br /> A. Time permitting<br /> D. Time permitted<br /> C. If time permitted<br /> 27 . "Therc is no further treatment we can give," said Dr. Jekyll.<br /> t)<br /> "We must let the disease take its<br /> C. term<br /> A. end<br /> B. course<br /> D. way<br /> 'Ihe coal and oil stocks are petering<br /> 28.<br /> <br /> A.up<br /> <br /> B. out<br /> Ann? I (try)<br /> 29. Where (be)<br /> your office at 5.00?<br /> leave)<br /> A. were you; tried; won't you leave<br /> C. are you; has tried; Didn't you leave<br /> <br /> _,<br /> <br /> I'm not deaf."<br /> B. Oh, I'm<br /> A. That's all right.<br /> 31. There are many different types of<br /> <br /> g(rGlw-<br /> <br /> i--E@<br /> <br /> C. on<br /> D. out of<br /> to get on to you for the last half hour. (you not<br /> B. have you been; have been trying; Didn't you leave<br /> D. had you been; had tried; Hadn't you leave<br /> <br /> 30. "You needn't shout.<br /> <br /> sorry.<br /> <br /> fungus<br /> <br /> D. Yes,l know.<br /> mushroom, mildews, yeasts, and molds.<br /> C. fungus including D. fungi including<br /> C. Of course.<br /> <br /> B. including fungi<br /> 32."Aten'tyou afraid of what people will say?"<br /> B. Yes, I do.<br /> C. No,I am.<br /> D. Sure,I am.<br /> A. Of course<br /> 33. I read the contract again and again<br /> avoiding making spelling mistakes.<br /> A. with a view to<br /> B. in view<br /> C. by means<br /> D. in terms of<br /> egg and bread for breakfast.<br /> 34. My father usually has a<br /> A. soft-boiled<br /> B.<br /> C. boiled-soft<br /> D. boiling-soft<br /> 35. "Jake is quite a scholar."<br /> "Yes, in addition<br /> Latin, he also speaks Greek."<br /> A. to know<br /> ts. to knowing<br /> C. knowing<br /> D. knows<br /> <br /> A. including<br /> <br /> not.<br /> <br /> of<br /> <br /> soft-boiling<br /> <br /> of<br /> <br /> r.<br /> <br /> _<br /> - Edin i@-n<br /> <br /> n<br /> <br /> dnt 2o I<br /> <br /> Z<br /> <br /> Jrtrht g T@nr<br /> <br /> followirzg pssssge snd rnark the letter ,4, B, C, or D on yowr snsw)er strteet to itrdicste the<br /> correct crcswer to eoch af tlte tguestionsfrone 36 to 45,<br /> Coliecting coins can be a good investment, but it lequires the study of popularity, availability. and grading<br /> techniques. Some coins are more desirable than others, their popularity being affected by the aftists' talent,<br /> the subject of the design, the material from which the coin is made, and the time period when the eoin was<br /> created. Availability is just as critical. Providing the coin is otherwise interesting or pleasing to the eye, the<br /> number of coins minted and available on the market seems to have a direct relationship to the popularity.<br /> The ability to grade coins is perhaps the most imporlant requirement of a collector. A coin that is<br /> popular and scarce, rvhich would normally td . it valuable, may be worth much less or nothing at all if it<br /> has a low grade. Grading is standardized, and one can buy books and take courses on how to do it.<br /> .<br /> Grades are given letter designations as well as numbers. The letters represent general levels of the<br /> grade, while the numbers are more detailed. For example, there are 1i number grades within the letter<br /> grade for a mint state coin. A mint state coin is uncirculated, which means it has never been used in<br /> commerce. It is in the condition that it left the mint, the place where a coin is created. The mint state letter<br /> designation is MS, and the numbers range from 60 through 70. An absolutely perfect coin is MS-70, It<br /> takes much training and a good eye to tell the difference between coins in this range. The things one<br /> considers include whether the coin has contaet rnarks, which are malks obtained when coins bounee<br /> against each other in a coin bag; liairlines, which are marks appearing on the face of the coin frcm the<br /> minting process; luster, which is the natural colcration; and eye appeal. For example, an MS-70 is said to<br /> have no contact marks" no hairlines, very attractive and fuliy original Eruster, and outstanding eye appeal,<br /> n'hile air MS-60 *uj huur heavy contact marks, noticeable hairlines, impaired luster, and poor eye appeai.<br /> Below the mint state coin, the letter designation and number have the same meaning. That is, there<br /> are generaliy no numbers within the range of letters. But there are categories:<br /> R.esr(<br /> <br /> i'<br /> <br /> :<br /> <br /> tle<br /> <br /> e<br /> <br /> e<br /> e<br /> <br /> Coins thaf are About Uncirculated: Very Choice About Uncirculated, known as AU-58;<br /> Choice About Uncir,culated, known as AU-55; and About Uncirculated, known as AU-50.<br /> Coins that are Fine: Choice Extremely Fine, known as EF-45; Extremely Fine, known as EF-<br /> <br /> 40; Choice Very Fine, knoiam as VF-30; Very Fine, known as VF-20; and Fine, known as F-12.<br /> e Coins that are Good: Very Good, known as VG-8; Good, known as G-4; and About Good,<br /> known as AG-3.<br /> Thus, a circulated coin can have a number designation between 3 and 58, with only the numbers<br /> shown above available. That is, one cannot have a coin with a grade of 6, for example. It is either G-4 or<br /> VG-8. It is possible for a coin labeled G-4 or even AG-3 to be extremely valuable, but generally it will be a<br /> coin that is almost unavailable in higher grades. Books and publications monitor the coin market regularly,<br /> just like the stock market is monitored, and they described a coin's type, date, and grade, assigning a price<br /> to every one unless that grade would have no value.<br /> In general, coin collectors loathe cleaned coins, so artificial cleaning by adding any chemical will<br /> detract greatly from a coin's value. A true coin collector will say the dirt in the creases is a positive<br /> attribute and much preferable to a cleaned coin.<br /> ;-Ir'."i;**..<br /> 36. A good title for this passage would be<br /> @ilqtUI?,1,'B<br /> lzu',':l"rSt -A. The Financial Benefits of Coin Collecting.<br /> S1',n lfi'";i1lru' :f----_E_,,\<br /> B. How Popularity and Availability Affect Coin Value.<br /> C. Coin Grading - One of the Most Important Skills in Coin Collecting.<br /> D. How to Grade Coins - A Detailed Study.<br /> 37. The author describes a eoin's popularity as involving all the following except<br /> A. grade.<br /> B. how well the artist created the work.<br /> C. the depiction on the coin.<br /> D. the coin's material.<br /> <br /> pi<br /> <br /> mi fit? Dgti hpc fi6ng Anh<br /> <br /> lin<br /> <br /> 3 ndm 2012,<br /> <br /> Trrhrg THPT Chultlp Dgi hpc Su phgnt<br /> <br /> availability is printarily relttted to<br /> popularity of a coin.<br /> A. the<br /> B. the material used to create a coin.<br /> <br /> 38. The autl']or implies that<br /> <br /> C. the age of a coin.<br /> <br /> D. the number of coins of a given type and date that they were minted.<br /> 39. The author implies that the most importantfeature of a coin is its<br /> <br /> A. grade.<br /> <br /> B.<br /> <br /> date.<br /> <br /> C.<br /> <br /> artist.<br /> <br /> D. depiction.<br /> 40. The one grading category that has the most numbered grades within it is<br /> A. Good.<br /> B. Mint State.<br /> c. Fine.<br /> D. About uncirculated.<br /> 41. According to the author; the phrase eontact marks meatxs<br /> A. marks on a coin caused by banging fiom other coins.<br /> B. defects in the rninting process.<br /> C. connections among coin dealers.<br /> D. defects caused by cleaning.<br /> 42. The word luster in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to<br /> A. value.<br /> B. sheen.<br /> C. marked.<br /> D. material.<br /> 43. Accorditlg to the passage, a Mint State coin with v,hich of the following characteristics v,ould be<br /> graded the highest?<br /> A. One smail eontact mark, fulI iusier, good eye appeal, and no hairlines.<br /> ts. One large }iairline, diminished iuster, good eye appeal, and no contact marks.<br /> C. A srnall contact mark, a small hairline, foggy luster, and fair eye appeal.<br /> D. No contact marks, luster affested by cleaning, average eye appeal, and no hairiines.<br /> 44. All of the following grades would be possible except<br /> A. MS-64.<br /> B. AU-56.<br /> c. vF-30.<br /> D. AG-3.<br /> .45. The author implies that<br /> A. a low-grade coin never has value.<br /> B" the only difftrence between an MS-60 and an AU-58 rnay be that the AU-58 has been in<br /> circulation.<br /> C. cleaning a coin can increase its value.<br /> D. orie must be a prcfessional in order to obtain information on coin value.<br /> Read tlrefollowing passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate tlae<br /> correct wordfor each of the blanksfrom 46 to 55.<br /> <br /> WORKING<br /> <br /> mothers<br /> <br /> Caretully conducted (46)<br /> <br /> that have followed the children of working mothers have not been<br /> able to show any long-term problems, compared with children whose mothers stayed at home. My personal<br /> <br /> (47)<br /> <br /> is that mothers should be allowed to work if they wish. Whether we like it or not, there<br /> are a number of mothers who just have to work. There are those who have invested such a big part of their<br /> <br /> lives in establishing a career that they cannot afford to see it lost. Then there are many who must work out<br /> of pure economic (48)<br /> . Many mothers are not<br /> out to be full+ime parents.<br /> After a few months at home with a much loved infant, they feel trapped and isolated.<br /> There are a number of options when it (50)<br /> to choosing childcare. These range from child<br /> minders and nannies through to.Granny or the kind lady (51)<br /> the street.<br /> however, many parents don't have any choioe; they have to accept anything they can get. Be prepared! No<br /> matter how good the childcare may be, some children are going to protest wildly if they are left. This is a<br /> <br /> (49)__<br /> <br /> (52)_,<br /> <br /> L<br /> <br /> pi *i tnt Btli hqc tiing<br /> <br /> Atth<br /> <br /> lin<br /> <br /> 3 ndm 20i2, Trurhtg THPT Clzur1n Dgi h7c<br /> <br /> Src phgnt<br /> <br /> after that the), 513t1to get a crush on Mum and close family members. Make sure that in the first week you<br /> allorv plenty of time to help your child settle in.<br /> All children are different. Some are independent, while others are more attache,J to theil itothers.<br /> the best for your children, it's not the quantity of time you<br /> Remember tl-rat if you want to (54)<br /> spend with them, it's the (55)<br /> <br /> 46. A. researches<br /> 47. A. view<br /> 48. A. reason<br /> <br /> A. made<br /> 50. A. refers<br /> 51. A. of<br /> 52. A.In addition<br /> 53. A. perfectly<br /> 54. A. make<br /> 55. 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The hills lierto the north of town, raising to the foot of a rocky mountain, and a shailow stream runs<br /> along the eastern border of the town.<br /> <br /> A. lie to<br /> <br /> C. raising<br /> B. of town<br /> D. aiong<br /> 58. The new computer chip is the smallest one than has ever been developed.<br /> A. the smallest<br /> B. than<br /> C. ever been<br /> D. developed<br /> 59. Although not widely sold, that book is considered to be best book on the subject.<br /> C. best<br /> A. not<br /> B. sold<br /> D. the<br /> 6ut.<br /> <br /> Although this car appears to be manufactured by a different company, it has the sarne body style,<br /> size, and perform as that one.<br /> <br /> A. appears<br /> <br /> C. different<br /> <br /> B. to be<br /> <br /> D. perform<br /> <br /> rtdark tlee letter A, B, C, or D on yoar fiptswer slteet to indicate the best way to complete each of tlte<br /> <br /> following sentences.<br /> quickly left the stage.<br /> <br /> 61. Loudly applauding the speech,<br /> <br /> A. the speaker waved to the audience<br /> C. the audience saw the<br /> <br /> speaker<br /> <br /> and<br /> <br /> B. the audience watched as the speaker<br /> <br /> D. the speaker waving to the audience<br /> <br /> FAO acts as a neutral Jorum where all nations meet as equals to negotiate<br /> <br /> 62.<br /> <br /> agreements and debate policy.<br /> <br /> A. Serving both developed and developing countries<br /> B. Although it serves both developed and developing countries<br /> C. Served both developed and developing countries<br /> D. As it was served bbth developed and developing countries<br /> 63. The trees<br /> <br /> A. were grown by .Iohn yesterday in the backyard<br /> B. *ere grown in the backyard by John yesterday<br /> C. were grown in the backyard yesterday by John<br /> D. in the backyard were grown yesterday by John<br /> <br />

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