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Bộ đề thi thử TN-ĐH năm 2011 Môn: Anh Văn – Đề số 19

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  1. Bộ đề thi thử TN-ĐH năm 2011 Môn: Anh Văn – Đ ề số 19 I- Make the correct choice : 1.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a. pour b. noun c. ground d. doubt 2.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a. birth b. strength c. thick d. bathing 3.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a. b ind b. find c. kind d. win 4. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a. apprentice b. convenient c. construction d. company 5. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a. mechanics b. militant c. actual d. grateful 6. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a. cinema b. reversal c. establish d. investigate 7. Christopher Columbus was searching _____ a new way to go to India. a.from b .for c.about d.with 8. _____ you really need is a long holiday. a. That b. What c. Which d. Who 9.She is accustomed _____ working eight hours a day. a.to b.with c.of d.for 10.Why did they cut _____ all these trees? a.off b.to c.through d.down 11.We have to provide our children _____ food and clothes. a.for b.with c.about d.of 12.Farmers can protect their land _____ yearly rotation of crops. a.by b.of c.with d.for 13. I get fed up with _____ the same thing everyday a. working b. doing c. allowing d. making 14. Why are you always so jealous _____ other people ? a. of b. with c. among d. about 15. _____ he was not a musician himself, he developed an electronic keyboard instrument called the Hammond organ. a. Although b. That c. Despite d. For 16. Some of the more time-consuming jobs can now be done by machines. a. taking much time b. taking little time c. odd d. not affected by time 17. It was so ______ -done that John felt like applauding. a. beautiful b. good c. fine d. well 18. He helped ______ the piano in. a. us move b. us moved c. us moving d. moving 19. We wouldn’t have chosen this holiday unless we ______ driving. a. like b. liked c. had liked d. have liked 20. When I see the doctor this afternoon, I ______ him to look at my throat. a. will ask b. ask c. would ask d. will have asked 21. Does the earth have _____ natural resources to support people? a. so much b . so little c. enough d. such 22. The police provide _____ for the people in a country. a. protection b. protecting c. protected d. protective 23. Air _____ is a serious problem in Mexico City. a. polluted b. pollution c. polluting d. pollutant 24. Farmers help _____ the soil by adding fertilizers. a. endanger b. enable c. enrich d. enjoy 25. He spoke English _____ from my teacher. a. differently b. different c. difference d. to differ 26. Water _____ is necessary for hydropower stations. a. shortage b. conservation c. loss d. vapour 27. If you don’t tell him the truth, I’m sure you ______ it one day.
  2. a. regret b. will regret c. would regret d. have regretted II. Identify one underlined word or phrase that is incorrect: 28. Mary was here not long ago. If you came round earlier, you would have seen her. a b c d 29.I will help you with it if I had more time but I’m afraid I haven’t got any spare time at the moment. a bc d 30. I am so glad that you took me to your friend’s party. If we hadn’t gone there, I never met Kate . a b c d 31. If fares was cheaper, I’m sure more people would use the train and leave their cars at home. a b c d 32. Fortunate the explosion took place at night when the streets were empty. a b c d III. Read the passage and make the correct choice: If we (33) _____ money on research now, we could develop stations (34) _____ create their own fuel and burn their own waste. In many parts of the world where (35) _____ are no fossil fuels, nuclear power is the (36) _____ alternative. If you accept (37) _____ we need electricity, then we will need nuclear ener gy. Just imagine what the world would be (38) _____ if we didn't have electricity — no heating, no lighting, no transport, no radio or TV. Just think about the ways you use electricity every day. Surely we don't want to go (39) _____ to the Stone Age. That's what will (40) _____ if we turn our backs on nuclear research. 33.a. had b. took c. spent d. got 34.a. which b. as to c. so that d. but 35.a they b. there c. here d. those 36.a. just b. merely c. nearly d. only 37.a. what b. which c. that d. whether 38.a. like b. similar c. alike d. different 39. a. up b. down c. along d. back 40.a. go by b. happen c. go back d. go away IV- Read the following passage and choose the best answer: Conservation is the safeguarding and preservation of natural resources, so that they can continue to b e used and enjoyed. In the past, most peop le believed that the world’s resources could never be used up. Today, we know that this is not true. An important part of conservation is the prevention of waste – waste of forests, soil, wild-life, minerals and human lives. As important is the fight against pollution of our environment, in particular, the dirtying and poisoning of air and water. Conservation is also concerned with the reclaiming of land by irrigating deserts, draining swamps or pushing back the sea. Farmers can protect their land by yearly rotation of crops – that is, growing different crops on the same land from year to year. In this way, different elements of the soil have time to replace lost elements. Farmers can help enrich the soil by adding fertilizers. They can prevent erosion by ploughing along the contours of a hill rather than up and down. In this way water does not run off and take the soil with it. 41. Conservation consists of the following things except_______. a. the prevention of waste b. the fight against po llution of our environment c. the reclaiming of land d.the enrichment of the soil 42. Natural resources are safeguarded and preserved _______. a.for the future use. b.to stop using and enjoying them c.so that they can be used up d.because they are plentiful 43. Farmers protect their land _______. a.by growing the same crops b.by growing different crops on the same land c.by adding fertilizers d.by yearly ploughing 44. What do farmers do to enrich the soil? a.protect the land b.drain swamps c.add fertilizers d.prevent erosion IV. Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the above one : 45. Jim is on holiday and so is Carol. a. Both Jim and Carol is on holiday. b. Both Jim and Carol are on holiday. c. Neither Jim nor Carol are on holiday. d. Neither Jim nor Carol is on holiday.
  3. 46. “Did you phone me yesterday?” Tom said to Mary. a. Tom asked Mary if she phoned him yesterday. b. Tom asked Mary that she had phoned him the day before. c. Tom asked Mary if she had phoned him the previous day . d. Tom asked Mary if he had phoned her the day before. 47. John missed the ferry because his car broke down. a. If John’s car hadn’t broken down, he wouldn’t have missed the ferry. b. If John’s car had broken down, he would have missed the ferry. c. If John’s car broke down, he would miss the ferry. d. If John hadn’t missed the ferry, his car wouldn’t have broken down. 48. They knocked down the old house on the corner last year. a. The old house on the corner were knocked down last year. b. The corner was knocked down by the old house last year. c. The old house on the corner was knocked down last year. d. The old house was on the corner knocked down last year. 49. Would you like to go out for a drink? a. Do you feel like to go out for a drink? b. Do you feel to go out for a drink? c. Do you feel liking to go out for a drink? d. Do you feel like going out for a drink? 50. He was tired, but he agreed to play tennis . a. Although he was tired, but he agreed to play tennis. b. Because he was tired, he agreed to play tennis. c. In spite of his tiredness, he agreed to play tennis. d . Despite tired, he agreed to play tennis.
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