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Bộ đề thi thử TN-ĐH năm 2011 Môn: Anh Văn – Đề số 9

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  1. Bộ đề thi thử TN-ĐH năm 2011 Môn: Anh Văn – Đ ề số 9 I- Make the correct choice : 1.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a. question b. nation c. correction d. pollu tion 2.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a.off b. wife c. knife d.of 3.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a. closure b. pleasure c. conclusion d. pressure 4. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a.conversation b. favourite c. uniform d. treatment 5. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a.medicine b. attend c. conclusion d. attention 6. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a. happy b. allow c. career d. employee 7. Scientists cannot account ____ the disappearance of the dinosaurs. a. on b. for c. of d. about 8. The enemy set fire ____ the whole village before making a retreat. a. to b. with c. for d. in 9. You have to move this box to make room ____ the new TV set. a. of b. for c. with d. on 10. I haven’t sent letters to her for a long time. In fact we have lost touch ____ each other. a. for b. of c. to d. with 11. I’m very busy ____ my lessons and tasks today. a. with b. about c. for d. in 12. Children are fond ____ sweets. a. for b. with c. of d. about 13. During the earthquake, I felt the building _____ violently a. to shake b. shake c. shook d. shakes 14. This is the first time I _____ to play badminton. a. have tried b. am trying c. tried d. try 15. They have set up an ____ to look into the tragedy. a. investigating b. investigation c. investigated d. investigator 16. The cost of ____ must be paid by the buyer. a. carriage b. carrying c. carrier d. carries 17. As a pharmacist you assume ____ for human life. a. responsible b. responsibility c. responsibly d. irresponsibility 18. It has become almost a ____ topic of conversation. a. daily b. hardly c. probably d. possibly 19. There was ice on the pavement which made _____ very difficu lt to walk as it was so slippery. a. this b. that c. them d. it 20. His boss told him off because he had behaved ____. a. responsible b. responsibility c. responsibly d. irresponsibly 21. We went out for a walk after we ______ our dinner. a. were having b. have had c. had had d. have 22. When Mark ______home , Martha was watching television. a. came b. was coming c. had come d. comes 23. After he had turned _____the light, he left . a. of b. up c. away d. off 24. She sent her parents a telegram as soon as she arrived _____ New York . a. to b. in c. at d. for 25. He won’t do anything until he _____our instructions . a. get b. got c. gets d. will get II. Identify one underlined word or phrase that is incorrect: 26. He never goes home before he has finished his homeworks . a b c d 27. As soon as they will phone me, I will contact you .
  2. a b c d 28. After they had graduated from college, they were sent working in remote regions of the country. a b cd 29. She is a far more serious student now than she used to do. a b c d 30. We can’t avoid pollution unless we found other fuels. a b c d III- Read the following passage and choose the best answer: Computing is now at the same stage as printing was when the first printing presses were used. Before printing presses were (31) ______ , only rich people like kings and dukes could afford to buy books. Often these people were (32) ______ to read and hadn’t enough time to learn. In any case, the books were so big that it was difficult for anyone to relax (33) ______ a book as we do today. They wanted books (34) ______ they were expensive and there was something magical about them. Only a few people were able to write, and it took an (35) ______ long time to write a book. Monks and other people (36) ______ could write said ordinary people could not learn to read. The position with computers is very similar today. A few years ago, (37) ______ were very large and expensive. Business managers and rich people ordered them but they didn’t know how to use them. In many countries, (38) ______, the situation has now completely changed. Lots of people not only own microcomputers but also know how to use them. 31.a.discovered b.thought c.invented d.done 32.a.unkind b.unable c.understandable d.unsociable 33.a.with b.for c.about d.in 34.a.so that b.although c.because d.if 35.a .lovely b.extremely c.likely d.friendly 36.a.who b.whom c.which d.whose 37.a.books b.printing presses c.computers d.positions 38.a.for example b.in fact c.no longer d.however VI- Read the following passage and choose the best answer: On arriving in London I found another explanation in a guidebook. The author of this book said that the Pope and Napoleon were responsible. Some years before the reign of Bonaparte, the pope came to visit Paris. Up to then there had been no rule about the movement of traffic. The authorities, however, decreed that the Parisians should ride or drive on the right-hand side of the street, leaving the left-hand side clear for the movement of the papal carriage. Thus a custom was born and, when Bonaparte came along he made it the law of the land. Moreover, as he conquered country after country, the right-hand rule was put in force in those lands until it became the general things throughout continental Europe. The British, however, hating Napoleon, reversed the custom out o f sheer perversity. Now I had two conflicting theories and I told them to Nat Gubbins and he said they were both wrong. He said that Mr. Forester was correct in one detail - the custom really dated back to horseback riding. It came into being because men on horseback had a practice of running each other through with swords and since the right hand was usually the sword hand, Englishmen got into the habit of riding on the left-hand side of the road, the better to slash and thrust. Logical. 39. Who was responsible for the left-hand rule? a. The author of this book b. Nat Gutbbins and Mr Forester c. Bonaparte d. Both the Pope and Napoleon 40. Why did the Parisians have to ride or drive on the right-hand side of the street? a. because they liked it b. because the left-hand side was reserved for the movement of the papal carriage c. because there were no rules about the movement of traffic d. because of their sheer perversity 41. The British reversed the custom because____. a. they disliked Napoleon b. they hated driving on the right
  3. c. the right-hand rule was put in force d. Napoleon conquered country after country 42. Mr Forester was correct in one detail. What was it? a. sheer perversity b. the movement of the papal carriage c. horseback riding d. Napoleon’s conquest of Europe V. Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the above one : 43. I didn’t know you were coming so I didn’t wait for you. a. If I knew you were coming, I would wait for you. b. If I had known you were coming, I would wait for you. c. If I knew you were coming, I would have waited for you. d. If I had known you were coming, I would have waited for you. 44. .“I’m sorry I’m late”, Ben said. a. Ben apologised for being sorry he’s late. b. Ben apologised for being late. c. Ben apologised to be late. d . Ben apologised for being lateness. 45. The book was so interesting that I couldn’t put it down. a. It was so an interesting book that I couldn’t put it down. b. It was so interesting book that I couldn’t put it down. c. It was such interesting book that I couldn’t put it down. d. It was such an interesting book that I couldn’t put it down. 46.They managed to return to New York. a. They succeeded to return to New York. b. They succeeded in return to New York. c. They succeeded in returning to New York. d. They succeeded returning to New York. 47. Our lessons were held in a very cold classroom. a. The classroom which our lessons were held was very cold. b. The classroom where our lessons were held is very cold. c. The classroom our lessons were held was a very cold. d. The classroom where our lessons were held was very cold. 48. Even though they dislike him, they agreed to help him. a. In spite of their dislike him, they agreed to help him. b . In spite of they dislike him, they agreed to help him. c. In spite of their dislike for him, they agreed to help him. d. In spite of disliking for him, they agreed to help him. 49. This flower is very beautiful. a. What a beautiful flower! b . What beautiful this flower is! c. What beautiful flower! d . What a flower beautiful ! 50. He spent 2 hours doing the mathematical exercises. a. It took him 2 hours doing the mathematical exercises. b . It took 2 hours him to do the mathematical exercises. c. It took him 2 hours to do the mathematical exercises. d. It took him for 2 hours to do the mathematical exercises.
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