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- For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc at www.tailieuduhoc.org 1. The socialization process explains _____ of societies through successive generations but also the ability of a society's members to have meaningful interactions. (A) that continuity, only not (B) continuity, only not that (C) the only continuity not (D) not only the continuity 2. Heat transfer takes place when _____ with a warmer substance. (A) is there a colder substance (B) a colder substance comes into contact (C) does the colder substance contact (D) contacts a colder substance 3. Formerly called natural philosophy, physics has retained _____ of understanding the structure of the natural world and explaining natural phenomena. (A) its original aim (B) it aimed original (C) its original aim was (D) aiming originally 4. Some bird species have a song that is totally uninfluenced _____ environment during their development, whereas other species learn from other birds while young. (A) the (B) yet the (C) since the (D) by the 5. Prior to the eighteenth century, _____ storms formed and died out at the same location. (A) a common belief that (B) that a common belief (C) it was commonly believed that (D) because it was commonly believed
- For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc at www.tailieuduhoc.org 6. Grown widely in Iowa and Illinois, the soybean provides one of the world's _____ sources of protein. (A) useful and cheaper mostly (B) cheapest and most useful (C) cheapest and useful mostly (D) most cheaply and useful 7. Copper _____ used by humans and is second only to iron in its utility through the ages. (A) the first metal (B) was the first metal (C) the first metal that (D) being (E) the first metal 8. _____ are inert outside living cells, but within the appropriate cells they can replicate, causing viral diseases in host organism. (A) Viruses (B) That viruses (C) Viruses, which (D) Despite viruses 9. The United States Constitution provides for a count of the population _____ a census, every ten years. (A) that it is called (B) when called (C) called (D) as called 10. Digital recording has made _____ a significantly wider dynamic range, in recorded music. (A) for the possibility (B) the possibility is (C) it is possible (D) possible
- For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc at www.tailieuduhoc.org 11. Not only _____ people to send words, music, and codes to any part of the world, it can also be used to communicate far into space. (A) enable by radio (B) radio enable (C) does radio enable (D) radio has enable 12. Allegory is a literary device _____ another level of meaning is concealed within what is usually a story. (A) which (B) by which (C) which is (D) which it is 13. The fact that _____ was discovered in 1923 by the astronomer Edwin Hubble. (A) the expansion of the universe (B) the universe id expanding (C) the universe, which is expanding (D) when the universe expands 14. Today _____ little fossil ivory remains comes from Alaska. (A) what (B) which (C) there is (D) where 15. Although most famous for her paintings of the Southwest desert, ______ as well. (A) Georgia O'keeffe painted many urban scenes (B) the painting of many urban scenes by Georgia O'keeffe (C) were many urban scenes painted by Georgia O'keeffe (D) Georgia O'keeffe painting of many urban scenes
- For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc at www.tailieuduhoc.org 16. It was in the 1920's that the arches-top guitar was first develop commercially in the United States and use in dance bands. 17.The intensity of political struggles in the United States after 1824 led to the revival of the two-party system, which had been inactive when 1817. 18. Fluids exert equal pressure in all directions, have identical properties throughout their volume, and theoretically offering no resistance to flow in any direction. 19. Reading has come to be regarded as an integrated part of language study than rather an isolated skill to be practiced out of context. 20. It has been estimated that during every second of our life, 10,000,000 red blood cells died and are replaced by new ones. 21. Periodic fires commonly spread across grasslands and plays an important role in the maintenance and character of these ecosystems. 22. The plots of William Gaddis's novels allow ample opportunity for philosophical, theological, and society digression. 23. In additionally to being Mississippi's capital and largest city, Jackson is also the state's financial and medical center. 24. Feasts and festivals among many Native American tribes in the United States celebration agricultural and lunar events. 25. Neuropsychologist Marilyn Albert is looking beyond brain functions for answer the question " How do you emotions and attitudes affect the process of aging ?" 26.Incorporated in 1828,Louisville, Kentucky, was named from King Louis XVI of France in recognition of his during the Revolutionary War. 27.Rainbows are formed by the refraction of sunlight through falling raindrop. ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡A ¡¡¡¡¡¡B ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡C ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡D
- For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc at www.tailieuduhoc.org 28.Alaska, the largest state of the United states in area, is more than twice the size than Texas. 29.Meridians of longitude and parallels of latitude form grid that can be used to locate the position of any point on the Earth's surfaces. 30.Mercury and Venus are the only planets in the solar system where do not have moons. 31.Carbohydrates, which include cellulose, sugary, and starches, are the most abundant class of organic substances found in nature. 32.During the Pre-Revolutionary period, the press in Britain's North American colonies was subject to licensing laws similar to them of Great Britain itself. 33.In its pure state aluminum is a weak metal, but when combined with elements such as copper or magnesium, it is formed alloys of great strength. 34.Specially bred varieties of lettuce can be grown in water containing dissolved nutritious rather than in soil. 35.Throughout the 1930's, United States government patronage the arts was concentrated in the section of the Works Progress Administration Known as Federal One. 36. Essential a nineteenth-century instrument, the calliope was usually played outdoors and was a part of fairs, holiday gatherings, and other such activities. 37.Winter broccoli has large, white heads similar to those of cauliflower, whereas sprouting broccoli products numerous small purplish, green, or white clump.
- For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc at www.tailieuduhoc.org 38. Greenpeace, an international organization of environmental activists founded by Canadians, uses nonviolent means to protest and block activities it consider environmentally harm. 39.Beverly Sills was a child radio star who became one of the world's most dramatically gifted opera singer, making her debut at seventeen. 40.In the practice of Gestalt therapy, many attention is given to nonverbal aspects of behavior. Key: DBADC BBACD CBBAA DDDCC BDACB BDDBC BDCDB ADDCA