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ĐỀ ÔN TỐT NGHIỆP THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH NĂM 2011 - ĐỀ SỐ 2

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  1. ĐỀ ÔN TỐT NGHIỆP THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH NĂM 2011 ĐỀ SỐ 2 I. PRONUNCIATION AND STRESS A. Which word is stressed differently from the others? 1. A. possible B. permission C. imagine D. enormous 2. A. disappearance B. expectation C. intensity D. scientific 3. A. originally B. mysteriously C. elaborately D. necessarily 4. A. behind B. under C. above D. toward 5. A. discover B. excavate C. terrify D. civilize B. Which underlined part is pronounced differently? 6. A. most B. know C. pose D. mosquito 7. A. recent B. incident C. bicycle D. function 8. A. leave B. peace C. search D. mean 9. A. flat B. ancient C. carry D. track 10. A. with B. thank C. the D. this II. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE A. Choose the word (A, B, C, or D) that best completes each sentence. 11. Yesterday we did nothing but _________. A. talk B. talking C. talked D. had talk 12. Sue: “You look tired.” Mary: “Yes, it was _________ that I felt like going to bed.” A. so long test B. very long test C. such a long test D. a long test 13. I’m sorry I didn’t see my uncle yesterday. I wish I _________ him. A. saw B. had seen C. have seen D. see 14. She’d rather stay at home than _________ shopping. A. will go B. going C. to go D. go 15. John: “Are you sorry that you didn’t take any pictures?” Tim: “Yes, I regret _________ any.” A. not to take B. that I not take C. not taking D. to not taken 16. He seldom goes to the market, _________? A. does he B. doesn’t he C. is he D. isn’t he 17. _________ no time _________ all, he had learned to speak English fluently, A. On / at B. In / at C. For / in D. From / to 18. John is over two hours late already. He _________ missed the bus again. A. should have B. must have C. will have D. can have 19. My sister’s tooth still gives her some pain. She _________ gone to the dentist yesterday. A. must be B. would have C. should have D. could be 20. I _________ to write the petition on behalf of the youth community. A. am asking B. have been asked C. will have been asked D. ask 21. The textbook _________ to my teacher has just been stolen. A. belonged B. belonging C. belongs D. belong 22. There’s smoke and I smell something burning. There _________ be a fire nearby. A. have B. ought to C. should D. must 23. “It seems he’s driving more carefully now!” “Yes, after _________ three times for speeding. ” A. to be fined B. be fined C. having been fined D. have been fined 24. I can’t find my purse anywhere. I _________ it at the cinema. A. must have left B. must leave C. must be leaving D. must to leave 25. “You look exhausted.” - “I_________ round the town all day.” A. ran B. have been running C. had been running D. had run 26. Margaret didn’t remember what I _________ her the day before. A. would tell B. told C. had told D. have told 27. Will you inform me _________?
  2. A. when he leaves B. when does he leave C. when did he leave D. when he does leave 28. “Do you like milk?” - “Not really. I’m not _________ it.” A. use to drink B. used drinking C. used to drink D. used to drinking 29. Students in hostels are _________ to keep their rooms clean and tidy. A. hoped B. expected C. wanted D. desired 30. I hope you don’t mind __________ to come and see her. A. being asked B. to be asked C. you were asked D. we asked you B. Identify one underlined word or phrase that is incorrect. 31. As the clerks were processing the applications, Harry figured that it will take four hours for his to be reviewed. A B C D 32. No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker. A B C D 33. We had better to review this chapter carefully because we will have some questions on it on our test tomorrow. A B C D 34. The little boy’s mother bought him a five-speeds racing bicycle for his birthday. A B C D 35. Despite the time of the year, yesterday’s temperature was enough hot to turn on the air conditioning. A B C D 36. I have to depositing this money in m y checking account or else the check I just wrote will bounce. A B C D 37. Having lived here for seven years, my friend is used to speak English with all her classmates. A B C D 38. No one in our office wants to drive to work any more because of there are always traffic jams at rush hour. A B C D 39. Louise is the more capable of the three girls who have tried out for the part in the play. A B C D 40. They played so good game of tennis last night that they surprised their audience. A B C D III. CLOZE PASSAGE Read the following passage and then choose the word (A, B, C or D) that best completes each blank. Most ghost stories are (41)________ in mysterious, old houses or castles. The ghosts themselves whos e (42)________ wander the earth at night, are usually the victims of some horr ible crimes. This is not always the case as the following story (43)________. When my friend, Paul, was a schoolboy, he often used to chat to Mr. Scott, an elderly gentlemen livi ng on his own. Mr. Scott was a keen gardener. He would always be looking after his lawn or his flowers and Paul was (44)________ the habit of saying a few words to him over the fence. One summer’s evening, as Paul was on his way home from school, he saw, as (45)________, Mr. Scott in his garden. The old man was busily weeding his flowerbeds. When he saw Paul, he invited him into the garden with a (46)________ of his hand. Slowly, they strolled all around, admiring the various flowers. Then, to Paul’s surprise, Mr. Scott bent down and picked a (47)________ of his finest dahlias. ‘Here boy,’ he said. ‘Give these to your mother.’ No sooner had he arrived home than he (48)________ the flowers to his mother. He then told her that they were with Mr. Scott’s compliments. His mother’s face went red with anger. ‘You wicked boy!’ she shouted. ‘How (49)________you say such a thing! I (50)________ into his daughter in the supermarket this morning. She told me that the poor old chap had passed away in his sleep last Friday.’ 41. A. set B. put C. fixed D. programmed 42. A. bodies B. minds C. spirits D. phantoms
  3. 43. A. points B. indicates C. states D. shows 44. A. on B. in C. within D. with 45. A. frequent B. common C. often D. usual 46. A. rise B. spread C. wave D. shake 47. A. carton B. bunch C. roll D. packet 48. A. submitted B. turned C. presented D. demonstrated 49. A. should B. dare C. would D. wrong 50. A. bumped B. struck C. rushed D. knocked IV. COMPREHENSION READING Read the following passage. For questions 51 – 55, you are to choose one best answer (A, B, C or D) to each question. Dinosaurs were reptiles that lived during a period of earth's history called the Mesozoic Era, which is also known as the Age of Reptiles. The first dinosaurs appeared more than 200 million years ago. For many millions of years, they dominated the land with their huge size and strength. Then about 65 million years ago, they died out rather suddenly, never to reemerge. The word dinosaur comes from two Greek words meaning terrible lizard. Dinosaurs were not lizards, but their appearance could be truly terrifying. The biggest ones weighed more than ten times as much as a mature elephant and nearly equaled the size of most modem-day whales. The famous kinds of dinosaurs, including the brontosaur, and tyrannosaurus rex, reached 80 to 90 feet in length. Not all dinosaurs were giants, however; some were actually no larger than a chicken. Scientists still do not know what caused dinosaurs to disappear. One theory involves a change in the earth's climate. It is believed that temperatures dropped significantly towards the end o f the Cretaceous Period. Too large to hibernate and not having fur or feathers for protection, it is possible that the climat e became too chilly for dinosaurs. In contrast, other species having protection, such as the mammals and birds, were able to survive. 51. What is the best title for this passage? A. The History of Earth B. Earth's Largest Reptiles C. The Metabolism of Dinosaurs D. The Domination of the Land 52. It can be inferred from the passage that the Age of Reptiles lasted about ________. A. 135 million years B. 200 million years C. 80 million years D. 65 million years 53. In line 5, the author uses the phrase "never to reemerge" to indicate that the dinosaurs ________. A. went into hiding B. became extinct C. lost their way D. never died out 54. According to the passage, what is true about the size of dinosaurs? A. It was rather uniform. B. It guaranteed their survival. C. It made them the largest creatures ever on earth. D. It varied quite greatly. 55. Which of the following can be inferred about mammals and birds? A. They preceded the dinosaurs. B. They could not survive the chilly temperatures. C. Most have either fur or feathers over their bodies. D. They were too large to hibernate. 1. 16. 31. 46. A A B C 2. 17. 32. 47. C B B B 3. 18. 33. 48. D B A C 4. 19. 34. 49. B C C B 5. 20. 35. 50. A B C A 6. 21. 36. 51. D B A B 7. 22. 37. 52. D D C A 8. 23. 38. 53. C C B B 9. 24. 39. 54. B A A D
  4. 10. 25. 40. 55. B B B C 11. 26. 41. 56. B C A 12. 27. 42. 57. C A C 13. 28. 43. 58. B D D 14. 29. 44. 59. D B B 15. 30. 45. 60. C A D
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