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Bộ đề thi thử TN-ĐH năm 2011 Môn: Anh Văn – Đề số 7

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  1. Bộ đề thi thử TN -ĐH năm 2011 Môn: Anh Văn – Đ ề số 7 I- Make the correct choice : 1.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a.needed b. worked c.stopp ed d.booked 2.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a.threat b.those c.thank d.thin 3.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a.tenth b.worthy c.breathe d.breath 4. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a.lesson b.delay c.wonder d.pencil 5. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a.childhood b.experience c.succeed d.unable 6. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a.weather b.important c.informal d.ability 7. When the tide goes out, they know it is time to search ____ the food that the sea left behind it. a. for b. with c. of d. about 8. Who was responsible ____ all that noise last night? a. to b. for c. of d. with 9. Man also pollutes his surroundings ____ various other ways. a. by b. with c. in d. of 10. They made fun ____ him whenever he wore his new hat. a. of b. off c. with d. on 11. I’m going away ____ the end of the month. a. in b. at c. on d. during 12. Nonsmokers have become more militant ____ smoking in public places. a. of b. about c. with d. without 13. Two students _____ at a bus stop were kidnapped yesterday. a. wait b. waited c. waiting d. were waiting 14. Don’t touch that chair. It _____. a. has just painted b. has just been painted c. just painted d. is just painting 15. He gave no ____ for his absence. a. explains b. explaining c. explanation d. explain 16. Conversation is one of the most ____ forms of entertainment. a. enjoyed b. enjoyable c. enjoyably d. enjoyment 17. Gandhi led India’s ____ movement. a. independence b. depending c. independent d. independently 18. Did you get an ____ to the party? a. introduction b. engagement c. invitation d. action 19. The house is large but it is terribly ____ to live in. a. comfort b. comfortable c. uncomfortable d. comfortably 20. The relationship _____ students _____ teachers is less formal in the USA than in many other countries. a. both / and b. not only / but also c. neither / nor d. between / and 21.You’ll gradually get used ______ on the left-hand side in London. a. to drive b. to driving c. driving d. for driving 22.I’m a little short of money. _____ lend me some ? a. Can you b. would you mind c. would you like d. Do you mind 23.When you want to smoke in the house of an American, you should ask the host ____he would like yo u to smoke there. a. that b. if c. where d. why 24. I can say for sure that you have made _____ progress in learning English. a. many b. a lot c. much d. a few 25. Most school-leavers have the keenness to go to work because they want to live _ _____. a. independent b. independently c. independence d. dependent II.Identify one underlined word or phrase that is incorrect: 26. That scientific discovery was so important that it has affected every man way of life. a b c d
  2. 27. Never before we have talked to an interesting p erson like you . a b c d 28. He said that the custom dated back to the period because many Londoners travelled to and fro on horseback. a b c d 29. There is only one place in the whole o f England where it is legal driving o n the right . a b c d 30. A British, however, hating Napoleon, reversed the custom out of sheer perversity. a b c d III. Read the passage and make the correct choice: In 776 B.C the first Olympic Games were held at the foot of Mou nt Olympus to (31) ____ the Greek’s chief god, Zesus. The Greeks emphasized physical (32) _____ and strength in their education of youth. Therefore, contests in running, jumping, discus and javelin throwing, boxing, and horse and chariot racing were held in individual cities, and the winners (33) ____ every four years at Mount Olympus. Winners were greatly honored by having olive (34) _____ placed on their heads and having poems sung about their (35) _____. Originally these were held as games of friendship, and any wars in (36) ____ were halted to allow the game to take (37) ____. The Greeks (38) ____ so much importance to these games that they calculated time in four-year (39) ____ called “Olympiads” (40) _____ from 776 B.C. 31.a. respect b. honor c. symbolize d. idolize 32.a. change b. fitness c. attractiveness d. loss 33.a. competed b. found c. fought d. completed 34.a. bouquets b. piles c. wreaths d. circles 35.a. movements b. motions c. postures d. deeds 36.a. continuation b. progress c. process d. duration 37.a. place b. charge c. part d. care 38.a. associated b. attached c. lent d. offered 39.a. circles b. rotations c. cycles d. swings 40.a. dating b. timing c. setting d. fixing IV.Read the passage and choose the best answer: A coin is a piece of metal, usually disc-shaped, which bears lettering, designs or numbers showing its value. Until the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries coins were given monetary worth based on the exact amount of metal contained in them, but most modern coins are based on face value, the value that government choose to give them irrespective of the actual metal content. Most governments now issue paper money in the form of notes, which are really “promises to pay”. Pap er money is obviously easier to handle and much more convenient in the modern world. Cheques, bankers’ cards and credit cards are being used increasingly and it is possible to imagine a world where “money” in the form of coins and paper currency will no longer be used. Even today, in the United states, many places - especially filling stations-will not accept cash at night for security reasons. 41.Coins of two hundred years ago were based on ________. a.face value b.the actual metal content c.numbers showing their value d.designs 42.Most modern coins are based on _______. a.numbers showing their value b.lettering c.designs d.the exact amount of metal contained in them 43.Most governments now issue paper money because _______. a.they don’t like coins b.it’s difficult for them to handle it c.they find it comfortable to handle it d.paper money is easy to make 44.Cheques, bankers’cards and credit cards are being used increasingly _______. a.for fun b.for entertainment c.for no purposes d.for security reasons V. Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the above one : 45. My father managed a small business in the city but doesn’t any more.
  3. a. My father used to managing a small business in the city. b . My father used to manage a small business in the city. c. My father used to be managed a small business in the city. d. My father used to manage the city in a small business 46. Getting up early doesn’t suit me at all. a. I’m not used to suiting me and getting up early. b. I’m not used to getting up early and suiting me. c. I’m not used to getting up early. d. I’m not used to get up early. 47. I don’t watch TV programmes because they bore me too much. a. TV programmes are so much that I don’t watch them. b. TV programmes are so bored that I don’t watch them. c. TV p rogrammes are so boring that I don’t watch it. d. TV programmes are so boring that I don’t watch them. 48. My sister earns more than my father. a. My father’s salary is lower than my sister’s. b. My father’s salary is lower than my sister. c. My father’s salary is higher than my sister’s. d. My father’s salary is higher than my sister. 49. Williamson, the policeman, lived next-door. a. The policeman whose was Williamson lived next-door. b. The policeman whose lived next-door was Williamson . c. The policeman whose Williamson was name lived next-door. d. The policeman whose name was Williamson lived next-door. 50. His tiredness after the long drive did not prevent him from finishing his work. a. Although he was tiredness from the long drive, he finished his work. b. Although he was tired from the long drive, he finished his work. c. Although he was tired from the long drive, but he finished his work. d. Although being tired from the long drive, he finished his work.
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