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  1. ĐỀ THI ĐỀ XUẤT THI ĐẠI HỌC VÀ CAO ĐẲNG - ĐỀ 3 Người ra đề: Nguyễn Thị Bính - GV trường THPT Cửa Lò - Nghệ an Chän ph¬ng ¸n (A hoÆc B,C,D) øng víi phÇn tõ mµ phÇn g¹ch  ch©n cã c¸ch ph¸t ©m kh¸c víi c¸c tõ cßn l¹i trong mçi c©u. 1. A. dishonor B. historic C. honesty D. rhythm 2. A. infamous B. fame C. stranger D. danger 3. A. trustworthy B. theory C. theses D. width 4. A. cabbage B. voyage C. massage D. carriage 5. A. choir B. chore C. chemist D. chorus  Chän ph¬ng ¸n ®óng (A hoÆc B,C,D) ®Ó hoµn thµnh mçi c©u sau. 6. My husband _________ down the tree. He says that it is perfectly all right as it is. A. did not cut B. does not cut C. haven't cut D. will not cut 7. I _________ later that I __________ an out-of-date timetable. A. found had used B. have found had used C. found has used D. have found use 8. __________ sighting an approaching car, some drivers tend to speed up. A. When slowing down instead of B. Instead when slowing down at C. When instead of slowing down D. Instead of slowing down when 9. The interviewer wanted to know __________ French. A. If I spoke B. do I spoke C. do I speak D. If I spoken 10. __________ the hijacker plane landed, it was surrounded by police. A. As soon as B. While C. Just D. Until 11. The flight was canceled __________ the weather conditions were bad. A. because of B. due to the fact that C. thanks D. that 12. They asked me a lot of questions, _________ I couldn't answer. A. all of whom B. that C. all of which D. who 13. She could not decide __________ to dive __________ to jump into water. A. both or B. not only but also C. neither nor D. whether or 14. __________ the room, I noticed it had been renovated. A. Entering B. Entered C. Having been entered D. Having entering 15. " Will the Jacksons be invited?" "I __________" A. expect so not B. so expect C. not expect so D. expect so 16. The job was done __________, and we were extremely displeased. A. incompetence B. incompetency C. incompetent D. incompetently 17. He will help you but only in an __________ capacity. A. advisability B. advise C. advisory D. advisably 18. We drove at five miles an hour because the __________ was so poor. A. visible B. visual C. view D. visibility 19. I had to look up the number in the telephone __________ . A. direction B. directly C. directory D. directors 20. The fire was caused by an __________ fault in the television. A. electrician B. electricity C. electrical D. electric 21. After feeling off __________ for days, Tom finally went to see his doctor. A. food B. color C. fitness D. balance 22. All those nights must be __________ their toll because Becky looks quite exhausted. A. taking B. having C. holding D. keeping 23. Would you like to help me __________ these photocopies? A. carry out B. give out C. bring along D. come across 24. The robber was made __________ where he had hidden the money. A. to confess B. confess C. confessing D. to confessing Copyright © 1
  2. 25.__________ by a snake, I was rushed to hospital. A. Bitten B. Having bitten C. Biting D. Been bitten §äc kü ®o¹n v¨n sau vµ chän ph¬ng ¸n ®óng (A hoÆc B,C,D) cho  mçi chç trèng: Sugar tastes sweet because of thousands of receptors on the tongue which connect the substance with the brain. The taste of sweetness is (26)__________ accepted as the most pleasurable known, although it is a fructose. Abundant is the most common occurring sugar, (27)__________ of which include fruit and honey. Sucrose, which supplies glucose to the body, is (28)__________ from the sugar cane plant, and white sugar (pure sucrose) is used by food technologists to (29)__________ sweetness in other substances. Appropriately a dozen artificial (30)__________ have been discovered; one of the earliest was Sorbitol from France. Manufacturers (31)__________ large amounts of sugar to foodstuffs but never more than the (32)__________ required to produce the optimum pleasurable taste. Surprisingly, this (33)__________ is similar for different cultures. No one has (34)__________ discovered a way to predict whether a substance will taste sweet, and it was by (35)__________ alone that all the man- made chemical sweeteners were found to be sweet. 26. A. universally B. wide C. commonly D. largely 27. A. origins B. places C. sources D. roots 28. A. cites B. extracted C. drawn D. made 29. A. detect B. smell C. taste D. measure 30. A. sweeteners B. sweets C. candy D. substances 31. A. provide B. supply C. add D. give 32. A. excess B. maximum C. limit D. extremity 33. A. amount B. number C. sum D. total 34. A. already B. yet C. still D. just 35. A. chance B. ability C. luck D. time  §äc kü ®o¹n v¨n sau vµ chän ph¬ng ¸n ®óng (A hoÆc B,C,D) cho  mçi chç trèng: WHAT TEENAGERS DO WITH THEIR MONEY Thirteen-year-olds do not spend as much money as their parents suspect - at least not according to the findings of a (36)__________ survey, Money and Charge. The survey (37)__________ three hundred teenagers, 13-17 years old, from (38)__________ Britain. By the time they (39)__________ their teens, most children see their weekly allowance rise dramatically to an amazing national average of ₤5.14. Two thirds think they get enough money, but most expect to do something to get it. Although they have more cash, worry about debt is increasing among teenagers. Therefore, the (40)__________ of children (41)__________ an effort to save for the future. Greater access to cash among teenagers does not, however, mean that they are more irresponsible (42)__________ a result. The economic recession seems to have encouraged cautious attitudes to money, even in the case of children at these ages. Instead of wasting what pocket (43)__________ they have on sweets or magazines, the 13-year-olds who took (44)__________ in the survey seem to (45)____________ to the situation by saving more than half of their cash. 36. A. late B. recent C. latest D. fresh 37. A. enclosed B. contained C. counted D. included 38. A. entire B. all over C. complete D. the whole 39. A. reach B. get C. make D. arrive 40. A. most B. maximum C. many D. majority 41. A. make B. do C. have D. try 42. A. like B. for C. as D. in 43. A. cash B. money C. charge D. savings 44. A. part B. place C. share D. piece 45. A. reply B. answer C. respond D. return Copyright © 2
  3.  §äc kü ®o¹n v¨n sau vµ chän ph¬ng ¸n ®óng (A hoÆc B,C,D) cho  mçi c©u: Although they are an inexpensive supplier of vitamins, minerals, and high-quality protein, eggs also contain a high level of blood cholesterol, one of the major causes of heart disease. One egg yolk, in fact, contain a little more than two- thirds of suggested daily cholesterol limit. This knowledge has caused egg sales to plummet in recent years, which in turn has brought about the development of several alternatives to eating regular eggs. One alternative is to eat substitute eggs. These eggs substitutes are not really eggs, but they look somewhat like eggs when they are cooked. They have advantage of having lower cholesterol rates, and they can be scrambled or used in baking. One advantage, however, is that they are not good for frying, poaching, or boiling. A second alternative to regular eggs is a new type of eggs, sometimes called "designer" eggs. These eggs are produced by hens that are fed low-fat diets consisting of ingredients such as canola oil, flaw, and rice bran. In spite of their diets, however, these hens produce eggs that contain the same amount of cholesterol as regular eggs. Yet, the producers of these eggs claim that eating their eggs will not raise the blood cholesterol in humans. Egg producers claim that their product has been portrayed unfairly. They cite scientific studies to back up their claim. And, in fact, studies on the relationships between eggs and human cholesterol levels have brought mixed results. It may be that it is not the type of eggs that is the main determinant of cholesterol but the person who is eating the eggs . Some people may be more sensitive to cholesterol derived from food than other people. In fact, there is evidence that certain dietary fats stimulate the body's production of blood cholesterol. Consequently, while it is still makes sense to limit one's intake of eggs, even designer eggs, it seems that doing this without regulating dietary fat will probably not help reduce the blood cholesterol level. 46. What is the main purpose of this passage? A. to inform people about the relation between eggs and cholesterol B. to convince people to eat "designer" eggs and egg substitutes C. to persuade people that eggs are unhealthy and should not be eaten D. to introduce the idea that dietary fat increase the blood cholesterol level 47. According to the passage, which of the following is a cause of heart disease? A. minerals B. cholesterol C. vitamins D. canola oil 48. which of the following could be best replaced the word "somewhat"? A. indefinitely B. in fact C. a little D. a lot 49. According to the passage, what has been the cause for changes in the sale of eggs? A. dietary changes in hens B. decreased production C. increasing price D. concerns about cholesterol 50 According to the passage, one egg yolk contains approximately what fraction of suggested daily limit for human consumption of cholesterol? A. 1/3 B. 1/2 C. 2/3 D. 3/4 51. The word "portrayed" could best be replaces by which of the following? A. described B. studied C. destroyed D. tested 52. what is the meaning of the phrase "back up"? A. reverse B. advance C. support D. block 53. What does the author mean by the phrase "mixed results"? A. The results are blended. B. The results are inconclusive. C. the results are a composite of things. D. The results are mingled together. 54. According to the passage, egg substitutes can not be used to make any the following types of eggs EXCEPT___________ . A. scrambled B. fried C. poached D. boiled 55. According to the author, which of the following may reduce blood cholesterol? A. reducing egg intake but not fat intake. B. increasing egg intake and fat intake. C. increasing egg intake but no fat intake. D. decreasing egg intake and fat intake. Copyright © 3
  4. §äc kü ®o¹n v¨n sau vµ chän ph¬ng ¸n ®óng (A hoÆc B,C,D) cho  mçi c©u: THE MODERN CARS OF THE FUTURE Today's car are smaller, safer, cleaner, and more economical than their predecessors, but the car of the future will be far more pollution-free than those on the road today. Several new types of automobile engines have already been developed that run on alternative sources of power, such as electricity, compressed natural gas, methanol, steam, hydrogen, propane. Electricity, however, is the only zero-emission option presently available. Although electric vehicles will not be truly practical until a powerful, compact battery or another dependable source of current is available, transportation expects foresee a new assortment of electric vehicles entering everyday life: shorter-range commuter electric cars, three-wheeled neighborhood cars, electric delivery vans, bikes, and trolleys. As automakers work to develop practical electric vehicles, urban planners and utility engineers are focusing on infrastructure systems to support and make the best use of the new cars. Public charging facilities will need to be as common as today's gas stations. Public parking spots on the street or in commercial lots will need to be equipped with devices that allow drivers to charge their batteries while they stop, dine, or attend a concert. To encourage the use of electric vehicles, the most convenient parking in transportation centers might be reserved for electric cars. Planners foresee electric shuttle buses, trains, and neighborhood vehicles all meeting at transit centers that would have facilities for charging and renting. Commuters will be able to rent a variety of electric cars to suit their needs: light trucks, one-person three-wheelers, small cars, or electric/ gasoline hybrid cars for longer trips, which will no doubt take place on automated freeways capable of handling five times the number of vehicles that can be carried by a freeway today. 56. The following electric vehicles are all mentioned in the passage EXCEPT: A. trolleys B. trains C. vans D. planes 57. The author's purpose in the passage is to A. criticize conventional vehicles. B. describe the possibilities for transportation in the future. C. narrate a story about alternative energy vehicles. D. support the invention of electric cars. 58. The passage would most likely be followed by details about A. the neighborhood of the future. B. pollution restrictions in the future. C. automated freeways. D. electric shuttle buses. 59. The word "compact" in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to A. long-range B. concentrated C. inexpensive D. squared 60. In the second paragraph the author implies that A. everyday life will stay such the same in the future. B. a dependable source of electric energy will eventually be developed. C. a single electric vehicle will eventually replace several modern of transportation. D. electric vehicles are not practical for the future. 61. According to the passage, public parking lots of the future will be A. more convenient than they are today . B. as common as today's gas stations. C. much large than they are today. D. equipped with charging devices. 62. The word "charging" in this passage refer to A. parking B. credit cards C. electricity D. lightening 63. It can be inferred from the passage that A. the present cars are more economical than their future generation. B. electricity is the best alternative source of power as it is almost free of pollution. C. the present electric engines are the best option as being practical Copyright © 4
  5. D. many new types of practical electric engines have been developed. 64. he word "hybrid" in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to A. automated B. hazardous C. futuristic D. combination 65. The word "commuters" in paragraph 4 refer to A. cab drivers B. visitors C. daily travelers D. shoppers Chän ph¬ng ¸n (A hoÆc B,C,D) øng víi c©u tèt nhÊt ®îc t¹o ra b»ng  nh÷ng tõ cho s½n: 66. farmers/ outside/ the/ hundreds/ parliament/ of/ house/ demonstrated. A. Farmers demonstrated outside hundreds of Parliament House. B. Hundreds farmers outside demonstrated of the Parliament House C. Hundreds of farmers demonstrated outside the Parliament House. D. Hundreds of farmers outside demonstrated the Parliament House. 67. Darwin,/ theory of revolution/ was/ scientists/ among/ made/ famous,/ him/ the/ greatest/ whose/. A. Darwin, whose theory of revolution was among the greatest, made him famous scientists. B. Darwin, whose theory of evolution, has made him famous was among the greatest scientists. C. Darwin, whose theory of evolution made him famous, was among the greatest scientists. D. Darwin, made him famous whose theory of revolution, was among the greatest scientists. 68. Our/ because/ become/ fingers/ in/ life/ modern/ more/ much/ sensitive/ them/ use/ we/ will/. A. Our fingers will become more modern because we use them much in sensitive life. B. Our fingers will become more sensitive because we use modern life much in them. C. Our fingers will become more sensitive because modern life in we use them very much. D. Our fingers will become more sensitive because we use them much in modern life. 69. son/ it/ food/ he/ in/ for/ was/ my/ to/ eat/ was/ when/ difficult/ Thai/ Bangkok/. A. It was difficult for my son to eat Thai food when he was in Bangkok. B. It was difficult for my son when he was in Bangkok to eat Thai food. C. It was difficult to eat Thai food when he was in Bangkok for my son. D. It was difficult to eat Thai food for my son when he was in Bangkok. 70. Ho Chi Minh/ all/ to/ goal/ devoted/ single/:/ his/ country/ life/ independence/ for/ his/. A. Ho Chi Minh devoted his all life to a goal: independence for his single country. B. Ho Chi Minh devoted his all life to a goal: single independence for his country. C. Ho Chi Minh devoted all his life to a goal single: independence for his country. D. Ho Chi Minh devoted all his life to a single goal: independence for his country. Chän ph¬ng ¸n (A hoÆc B,C,D) øng víi tõ/ côm tõ cã phÇn g¹ch  ch©n cÇn ph¶i söa trong c¸c c©u sau: 71. The most butterfly eggs are coated with a sticky substance that holds them to plants. A B C D 72. The removal of waste materials is essential to all forms of live. A B C D 73. The most widely used material for package consumer goods is cardboard. A B C D 74. Many championship automobiles and motorcycle races take place in A B C D Daytona Beach, Florida. 75. Bees collect pollen, which furnishes protein for its diet. A B C D  Chän ph¬ng ¸n (A hoÆc B,C,D) øng víi c©u cã nghÜa gÇn nhÊt víi  mçi c©u cho s½n sau: 76. She strikes me as a very effective teacher. A. My impression of her is that she is a very effective teacher. B. As a teacher, she always strikes me. C. She is such an effective teacher that she always strikes her students. Copyright © 5
  6. D. I make an effective impression on her teacher. 77. Mrs. Jones told me that her neighbors were moving to Florida. A. Mrs. is planning to move to Florida with her neighbors. B. Mrs. Jones and her neighbors live in Florida. C. "My neighbors are moving to Florida.", said Mrs. Jones. D. I knew that Mrs. Jones had moved to Florida because her neighbors told me. 78. Mrs. Smith is no longer beautiful because of her hard life. A. Mrs. Smith is beautiful although her life is hard. B. Mrs. Smith lives a long life because she is beautiful. C. No longer is Mrs. Smith beautiful because of her hard life. D. Although Mrs. Smith is not beautiful, her life is happy. 79. I hardly knew the people I was going to visit. A. I knew the people I was going to visit very well. B. I was not sure whether I knew the people or not. C. The people I was going to visit were completely stranger. D. I knew the people I was going to visit only slightly. 80. There's no point in persuading him to do this. A. He is able to do this although he does not want to. B. It would be useful to persuade him. C. It is useless to persuade him. D. I enjoy persuading him to do this. Copyright © 6
  7. BẢNG PHÂN LOẠI ĐÁNH GIÁ CÂU HỎI. Môn: Tiếng anh Đề/tên file: Đề ĐH-CĐ/de dh3.doc Họ và tên: Nguyễn Thị Bính - GV trường THPT Cửa lò - Nghệ An 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 M∙  Ng÷  Tõ vùng  §äc  ViÕ Ph© 3  7  Chung §¹i  §¸p  §é khã  c©u ©m ­ Ng÷  hiÓu t n  n¨m n¨m häc ¸n(A,B,C (1,2,3 ph¸p ban ,D) ) 1. 1 B 2 2. 1 A 2 3. 1 A 2 4. 1 C 3 5. 1 B 2 6. 1 D 2 7. 1 A 2 8. 2 D 2 9. 2 A 2 10 3 A 2 . 11 3 B 2 . 12 3 C 2 . 13 3 D 2 . 14 1 A 2 . 15 2 D 2 . 16 5 D 3 . 17 5 C 2 . 18 5 D 3 . 19 5 C 2 . 20 5 C 2 . 21 4 B 3 . 22 4 A 2 . 23 4 B 3 . 24 4 A 2 Copyright © 7
  8. 25 4 A 3 . 26 1 A 3 . 27 1 C 3 . 28 1 B 2 . 29 1 D 2 . 30 1 A 3 . 31 1 C 2 . 32 1 B 2 . 33 1 A 2 . 34 1 B 2 . 35 1 A 2 . 36 1 B 2 . 37 1 D 3 . 38 1 B 2 . 39 1 A 2 . 40 1 D 2 . 41 1 A 2 . 42 1 C 2 . 43 1 B 2 . 44 1 A 2 . 45 1 C 3 . 46 2 A 3 Copyright © 8
  9. 47 2 B 2 . 48 2 C 2 . 49 2 D 2 . 50 2 C 2 . 51 2 A 3 . 52 2 C 2 . 53 2 B 2 . 54 2 A 2 . 55 2 D 2 . 56 2 D 2 . 57 2 B 3 . 58 2 C 2 . 59 2 B 3 . 60 2 B 3 . 61 2 D 2 . 62 2 C 2 . 63 2 B 3 . 64 2 D 3 . 65 2 C 2 . 66 3 C 2 . 67 3 C 2 . 68 3 D 3 Copyright © 9
  10. 69 3 A 2 . 70 3 D 2 . 71 1 A 2 . 72 1 D 2 . 73 1 C 2 . 74 1 B 3 . 75 1 D 2 . 76 2 A . 77 2 C 3 . 78 2 C 3 . 79 2 D 3 . 80 2 C 2 . Copyright © 10



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