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  1. TRU'aNG f)~I HQC KINH TE'TP.HCM BAN NGOAI NGU' A A.. BQ MON TIENG ANH ***** TAl LIEU ON THI TUYE7NSINH SAU f>AI HOC . . A A' MON TIENG ANH LU"U HANH NOI BO TP.HO CHi MINH - 2007 - -- - - --- --- -- -- --
  2. GIOI THI~U CHUNG Tiemg Anh la mi)t trong nhiJ'ng ngo9i ngiJ' cua mon thi eMu kien b
  3. . . MUC LUC Ph.in 1: M6 ta bai thi Ph.in 2: Practice t£>5ts Practice test 1 ........... ............................................................... .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. . .. . .. .. . . ...01 Practice test 2......... .. . .. . .. . . .. .. . .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . 07 Practice test 3 ............ ........................................................................... 13 Practice test 4 ...... .................... 20 Practice test 5 .27 Practice test 6 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 34 Practice test 7 .............. .............. 40 Practice test 8 ..... ................... ............... ...................... . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . . ...46 Practice test 9 .... ............................................... ............. 52 Practice test 10 .... .......... .......................... ......................................................... 58 Practice test 11 ........... ......................... . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . . 64 Practice test 12 ............ ...................................................................................... 71 Practice test 13 ........................................................................... ...................... u.79 Practice test 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .................................. ..87 Practice test 15 . .................................................... 95 - - --.-
  4. MO TA cAu TRUC sAI THI TII~NG ANH THI TUYEN SAU D~I HQC *** DuO'I day la phiin giO'Ithi$u tom tM du truc bai thi tleng Anh cho cac thi sinh dV thi ky thl tuyen sinh sau dai hQc Phiin mo ta baa gem (i) Nol dung bili thl (ii) Lo~i hinh bili taP va muc dlch danh gia (Iii) So cau, so muc trong tLrng bai tap, va (iv) Thang diem toi da cho tLrng loai bai taP Thai gian lam bai la 120 pM! Bai thi gem 2 phiin chinh PART 1 va PART 2 I-~------- N(>idung Lo{!i hinh bai taP va ml,lc dich danh gia 'So caul Thang --.~ --- ml,lC diem PART 1: PART 1 baa gem 3 loai hinh bi'Ji thi duQ'c i · Vocabulary & , goi la SECTION 1, SECTION 2 & CLOZE Reading , PART 1 nham danh gia kM nang SLI' dung Comprehension , tieng Anh cua thi sinh trang doc h,eu Tong : . so diem cua Part 1 la 55 - -- -- - -! , I SECTION 1: SECTION 1 gem mot hop tLr chLra 20 tLr va ' 15 15 Vocabulary · nhom tLr cho san va 15 cau doc lap Mci i cau chLra mot khoan trong - la tll' hay cum I , , tLr thi sinh can pMI lua chon tl!' hop tir da I I I cho. SECTION 1 nham danh gia kha nang hleu va sir dung du'O'c tll' vu'ng thich hop thong , qua ngLr canh cho san , i _.1__ - - -- ---------
  5. I - 20 30 r~ECTIC;N 2: SECTION 2 bao g6m cac bai oQc (2 hoac 4 bai) co khaong 5 (hol,ic 10) diu h6i Reading \ m6'/oong. Chu o€! van ban co lien quanoen Comprehension van o€! v€! van hoa, xa hQi, kinh te, khoa hQc, giao dl,Jc v.v... NhCl'ngcau h6i oat ra giup thl sinh the hien kha nang (i) hieu y chinh neu trong van ban, (ii) nam oU'Q'c thong tin chi tiet , (ii) hieu oU'Q'cquan he giCl'acac Y trong ooan van va van ban, va (iii) hieu oU'Q'cthai 00 ml,JCoich cua tac gia / van ban I ___U I - ---.-- U - i' 10 10 SECTION 3 " SECTION 3 la mot OO
  6. SECTION 1: --~TSE~TION 1.~6~~O nh6m cac tu rc'Yi,chlfa 1 , 10 I I 15 ! lien ket vai nhau. Trong moi nh6 tu dlfQ'c Controlled Writing jI s~p xep theo thLi tl,!' nhat djnh. Thi sinh c~n i, sCr dl,mg nhCmg tu doc l(jp cho san dl,!'ng I i thanh cau hoan chfnh - cau c6 y nghTa va dung ngCY phap. , I I-S~~TI~N SECTION 2: -;- I~-~ang 1- I bai t(jp chuyen hoa 10 15 I cau, bao gom 10 cau hoan chinh cho san Sentence Transformation Th i sinh sLi dung ph~n gO'i y da cho de'! haan thanh cau mai ma van giCY nguyen dlfQ'C y. ." ---- , un n__ ' w _. SECTION 3: SECTION 3 nham danh gia kha nang sLi 15 Traslation dl,mg tieng Anh cua thi sinh qua chuyen I ; dich Y tLi tieng Anh ra tieng Vi$t va nglfO'C : l
  7. Tai Li~u on thi tieng Anh PRACTICE TEST 1 PART 1: VOCABULARY AND READING COMPREHENSION SECTION 1: VOCABULARY (15 marks) Choose the best word/phrase in the box below to complete the sentences that follow. Each word/phrase can be used ONCE ONLY. ----.------ do nowhere since shake I I did because so ho\v I which frightened find i , look up I anywhere as soon as like i ho\v much I scien tists how many produce I -----~~- models i J 1. You missed the beginning of the film ........... . ... . . ... ... . ... you were latc. 2. She needed to relax she went on holiday. 3. Excuse me. Can you tcll me ............... to get to the Art Gallery. please? 4. Factories and vehicles waste which goes into the air and rivers. 5. When I saw a thief in the living room I was really... ................... 6. we finish eating she takes the plates and glasses to wash them up. 7. We don't understand this word! Let's the word in the dictionary. 8. ........................ arc emergency calls? Call us free on ISO. 9. I can't find him .. ........................................... ... no\\'. 10. I don't remember much about him. I don't know what he looks ...................... 11. ................ in many fields arc studying ways to increase: food production. ]2. .............. .......... city do you think is Europe's "fashion capital" today another? - Milan, Paris or 13. Fashion has become a big business and the top .............. .............. have made large fortunes. ]4. People hands when they meet for the first time and when they meet after a long time. ]5. you mind if I smoke? Well, I'd rather you didn't.
  8. Practice test 1 SECTION 2: READING COMPREHENSION (30 marks) Read each passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow. Passage 1 The ancient Greeks were lucky, it seems. 'Their diet of olive oil, garlic, fish, vegetables, and bread was very healthy. They ate very little meat, fat, or sugar. The experts today tell us to cat less meat and morc vegetables, fruit, fish, pasta, brcad, and potatoes. Chicken is hcalthier than beef because it has less fat. Garlic, the basis of French aioli, Spanish gambas al ajillo, Italian bruehetta and Greek tzatziki, also has a good effect on the heart, as well as other benefits, which is perhaps why the ancient Greeks ate so much of it. So, if you love your heart. add a little more garlic to your diet! 1. What did the diet of the ancient Greeks mainly include? 2. Does beef have more fat than chicken? ..................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. ...................... 3. Which countries do these foads come from'( . ilioli ........ ............................................................ ......................................... tzatziki .................. 4. What do they all have in common.? .......................................................................................................................................... 5. According to the passage, what should we eat more often in order to reduce the risk of heart attack? ......................... Passage 2 A key word in the modern American vocabulary is "stress". Stress is the feeling of anxiety and exhaustion that comes from the pressures of modern living. Stress is such a common problem today' that many people are turning to one of its most common cures: physical exercise. People of all ages and t)'pes arc exercising: jogging, weight lifting, swimming, and evcn just plain walking! Is this just a fad, or will it last? 6. !low do people feci when they arc stressed? ,.. .......................... 7. What i3 the cause of stress? ................... ............................................................................ 8 How can people avoid stress? ...................................................................... 9-10 What words in the passage mean ................ .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. . ... . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. . Something that removes a problem.......... .............................................................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A fashion that is not likely to last 2
  9. Tili LiBu on thi tiing Anh Passage 3 As in other countries, there are a number of different regional accents in the United Kingdom Apart from Scottish, Welsh and Irish accents, the north, cast, west and southwest of England, as welI as the Midlands and London, a11 have their distinctive accents. 1\t the same time there is an accent which belongs to no particular region. This accent is GlUed the Standj}rd English accent, and is the accent usually taught to foreigners. Northerners ca1I it the "southern accent" - with some Scorn. 1 I. According to the passage, what do other countries and the United Kingdom have in common? .......................................................................................-.......................... 12. Name some popular accents that belong to different regions in the United Kingdom? ........................................................................................................ ........... 13. Which region in the United Kingdom docs the Scottish accent belong to? .....................................................................................-............... ] 4. What docs "11" in" Northerners caIl 11 the "southern accent" refer to? ............................................................................................................................... 15. Which phrase used in the passage has the same meaning as "many"? .... ... .... ... .. .... .. .... .... ... ...... ..... ...... ...... ...... ..... .... .... ... ..... .. . - Passage 4 There are 7.000 periodicals published in the United Kingdom. Of these, \\'omen's magazines have the largest circulations: Woman, (1,300,000) and Woman's Own, (1,200,OOG). There arc magazines and periodicals for almost every trade, profession, sport, hobby or interest. The most important periodicals for the more serious readers arc: The HcononHst, which comments on events of international, political or economic interest; The SjJeclator, a journal \vith conservative views, which publishes articles 6n many different subjects, including politics; New Society, which has articles on social matters; New Scientist, which reports on scientific matters in language that non-specialists can understand; Punch, a long magazine which also has serious articles. - established humorous 16. What are Woman and Woman's Own? ............... ................ 17. What word in the passage means the average number of magazines/periodicals sold each day, month, or year? ....................................... ...................... 18. If you are interested in science, which pcriodical(s) will you read? ............................................................................................ ............. 19. Can you find a serious article in Punch? .............................................................................................. 20. Fill in the !§Iank with one suitable word from the passage. New scientist is suitable for both kinds of readers - specialists and. 3 - --- -- -- -
  10. Practice test 1 SECTION 3: READING CLOZE (10 marks) Instructions: Complete the following passage with the missing words. Fill in each blank with ONE suitable word only. the first ManuRll~odrigucs, 24, a ste\\',Hd on the new l
  11. Tai LifU ()n thi tiitnK Anh 6. there / be / two / double bed room / bathroom / toilet / ................... 7. living room / have / traditional/antique / furniture / .......................................................... ................................. ............ 8. Paul/jenny / want / rent / collage / .......................................................................................................... 9. children / like / garden / very much / ................................................................... 10. they / plan / stay / there / summer holiday / . . . . . . . . . .. .............. . . .. .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . SECTION 2: SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION (15 marks) Use the words given to rewrite each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the original sentence. 1.She wanted to know if I had studied English for a long time. She asked me" ........... ........................... ................... ...................... ...?" 2. I don't take sugar in my tea an}' more. I used .................... .................... .1. I would like you to help me with this difficult homework. Please .. 4. This old man is weak. He can't walk far. The old man is not ........ ................. ............................ ............ 5. The mother made the son te]] the whole truth and nothing but the truth. The son \vas ... ... ..... . .. .. . .. . .. . . 6. Women drive more carefuJJy than men do. Men do not .................. ................................................................. 7. It is essential that the students are informed of these ne\\' changes. The students. ................ ....................... ............ .......... 8. I started working in this company in ] 990. I have ............................................ ............ ................. ..................... ............. 9. Although the \V~athcr was bad, we went out. Despite: . ................. .................................... ........... 10. Her job js badly' paid so s}l(~ wants to leave the company. She wants to leave the company. 5 -------
  12. } Practice teJt SECTION 3: TRANSLATION (15 marks) Translate the following sentences into English, 1. Co Hoa co nhieu kinh nghiem trong cong viec nay. ................ 2. Co Hoa lam viec a day dUQCbao nhieu lau roi? Co ay lam cho cong ty chung toi tU 1991. 3. Co Hoa I(\i rat chiu kho. Co ay khong ngai lam vi$c ngoai gio, ke c8. ngay Chu nhat. ............................ 4. Co Hoa co biet ngo(\i ngCi nao khong? Co ay su dung dUQc ca tieng Anh va tieng Phap. 5. NhUng co ay thanh thao tieng Anh hem tieng Phap. Translate the following sentences into Vietnamese. 6. 13ritaiTl is too small and crowded to produce all the food its people need. In fact, more than half of Uritain's foodstuffs arc bought abroad. . ......... ..... ...... ........................... ...................... .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. ..................... .............................. 7 -8. Every British citizen who is cIT1ployed has to pay a weekly' contribution to the national insurance and health schemes. An employer also makes a contribution for each of his cmployees. ................... ............ ........... ........... ............ .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . 9-10. Today more of Britain's workers belong to a trade union than in any other major Western country, but this may not be true for much longer because during 1980s the unions lost much of their strength and popularity. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .......................... ....................... ............. .................. ............... .. . .. .. . . .. . .. . ................ This is the end of Practice test 1. 6
  13. Practice test 2 PRACTICE TEST 2 PART 1: VOCABULARY AND READING COMPREHENSION SECTION 1: VOCABULARY (15 marks) Choose the best word/phrase in the box below to complete the sentences that follow. Each word/phrase can be used ONCE ONLY. .-------------. --._-----._-._- but regardless ----I at \\'on't get how much first there about which why what satisfying would competition so managed wasn't how many because succeeded -~~ ---------------- I. Can I get information .. ................................... train times at any station? 2. .............. does it cost to reserve a seat? 3. Look. .. .. . .. .. . . ..'s a car park. We can park there. 4. Sally, ........ ,YOLI like to go to a Mozart concert on Friday? 5. You ................. a co]d jf }'ou take vitamin C. 6. So where were you yesterday? Well, I ..................... bank. I was shopping. an,y'where near thc 7. The meat was rotten that it had to be thrown away. 8. After fighting the fire for fourteen hours the firemen .................... .. in putting it out. 9. We had champagne it was my birthday. 10. To spend time with my ehi]dren is the most ,...... . job I'vc ('vcr done. 11. I worked full time for twenty years, after the children were born I didn't. 12. ,.. is an important part of a free entcrprise system, Each business tries to make as much money as possible. ]3. Do you think of yourself , and other people second? ]4. is the most popular country in the world for tourists? ]5. We must have a computer system that works well, of the cost. 7 --------
  14. -- -- - - - -- -- - Tdi Lieu on thi tie'ng Anh SECTION 2: READING COMPREHENSION (30 marks) Read each passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow. Passage 1 Why are the French so lucky? That was the question medical researchers wanted to answer. The French eat much more cheese than other Europeans but they have the lowest rate of heart disease. Cheese is bad for'the heart because, like butter and cream, it has a lot of fat. The results of research are surprising, and good news for wine lovers everywhere. The French are also the biggest wine drinkers in Europe and drinking wine with food reduces the risk of heart attack. And if you're not a wine lover? No problem, a daily aspirin has the same result. I. Which country in Europe has the fewest people with heart disease? ................. ............................................................................................ 2. What do cheese, butter and cream have in common? .......... ....................... 3. In what way arc the results of research surprtsing? ...................... ................ ................ 4. Why do the French have the lowest rate of heart disease? ................ ..................................................................... 5. What docs the underlined part in "a daily aspirin has the same result" refer to? ........................................................ Passage 2 \Vorkers in the United States usually take short vacations. VBcation time is usually given only after a certain amount of time on the job. For example, a ne\'..' employee may only receive one \\Tek of paid vacation per year. Many \\rorkers receive three or four weeks of paid vacation only after they have been on the job five or ten years. Another problem is that it is often difficult to schedule vacations to coincide with those of one's spouse. 6. Do all employees in the same company take paid vacation of the same length? .......................................... ........... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 7. What docs the length of paid vacations depend on? ........... ............................................................................. 8. lf a worker has worked for his/her company for eight years, how long docs the paid vacation Insi'? .............. ............................ ..................... q, Use the information in the passage to complete the sentence bc1ow. on holiday together. /\. couple mn."" not be able to . 10. What docs the underlined part in "..to coincide with those of one's spouse" rcfer to'?
  15. Practice test 2 Passage 3 How important is image? Obviously film stars have to look right for the part, but what about other people in the public eye? For example, do politicians have to think about their appearance, too? Albert Mehrabian studied the effect that speakers have on their audience. His research showed that only 7% of the effect depends on what you say; 38% of the effect comes from your voice; but a huge 55% of the effect comes from your appearance. So you don't have to worry much about contcnt! Your voice and your appearance are much more important. 11. What is the passage about? .......... ..................................................................................... ] 2. Is appcarance important to only film stars? . . .. .. .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . . ............. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. 13. What was Alberet Mehrabian's study about? .................................................................................................................................. 14. What does the figure '55%" refer to? ......... ...................................... . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. - 15. What is the conclusion of the study? .......................................................................................................................................... Passage 4 National newspapers arc papers which arc sold in all parts of Britain. Nearly aH the national newspapers have their head omccs in London, but the famous newspaper street, Fleet Street, now houses only one of them, The Daily Express. The rest have moved to chcaper parts of London, particularly "Docklands", once part of the port of London. The national papers can be divided into two main groups: quality papers and popular papers. Quality papers like 711e Times, The Guardians, The Daily Telegraph, The Financial l1mes report national and international news very thoroughly. The popular papers tend to makc news sensational, and to publish "personal" articles which shock and excite. 16. What do you know about Fleet Street from the passage? .......................................................................................... . .. .. . .. . .. . .. . .. .. .. .. . .. 17. What did Docklands use to be? ........................................................................................................................ 18. Name 1\vo kinds of nationa1 newspapers in Britain? ............... 19. If you read The Times, what would you expect to learn from the paper? ....................................................................... 20. Fill in the blank with one suitable word from the passage. In the popular papers, news tend to be . ................................................ ............. y -------.-
  16. Tili LifU on thi tie'nMAnh SECTION 3: READING CLOZE (10 marks) Instructions: Complete the following passage with the missing words. Fill in each blank with ONE suitable word only. .................... at ar1y airport, hc looked round but he couldn't When Andrew (1)..... (2) anyone therc to meet him. 1\ lot of people in uniforms were holding cards them, but they were not waiting for him. It was with names (3) (4) . ...beautiful Sunday morning and he decided to go to the hotel on his own. looked for a taxi. A lot ofpeoplc were waiting, Ill' \\cnt out of the airport (5) (6) he decided to get the airport bus into Paris. The bus stopped in .......... ..got off. When he .................... the city centre. quite near his hotel and (7) .................. ..\valking towards his hotel with his case a car suddenl:" (8) ............... a uniform and was stopped next to him. A woman got out. She was (9) .......... .................. said "Mr. Andrew Jones". "Mr. Jones", I was waiting carrying a card (10) ...... for you at the airport but you didn't see me!" PART 2: WRITING SECTION I: CONTROLLED WRITING (15 marks) From the following suggested words and phrases in the given sequences, make all the changes and additions necessary to produce sentences, which together make a complete paragraph. Follow the example. Example: my aunt / born / England / now/ she/live / Perth /Australia / Answer: My aunt was born in England, but noW she lives in Perth, Australia. / nervous / when / come back / home / 1. Susan / be .......................................................................................................... 2 unfortunately' / phone / not work / .......................... ..................................................................... 3. she / sit /living room / read / .................................. / heavy / noise / be / frightening / 4. st arm / be .. . .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. . .. .. . . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . . then /lights / go out / " .................. ....................... ............ 6. she. put book away / and / sit / dark / ......................... ........... Ii)
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