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Đề Thi Thử Đại Học Anh Văn 2013 - Phần 5 - Đề 25

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  1. PRACTICE TEST 54 I. Make the correct choice: 1.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a. laugh b. taught c. fault d. August 2.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a. school b. champagne c. machine d. washing 3.Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: a. team b. weak c. health d. cheap 4. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a. entertain b. magazine c. industry d. volunteer 5. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others: a. ability b. activity c. intensity d. accuracy 6.When people in the U.S have _______ , they usually make others feel comfortable and relaxed. a.host b. company c. guest d.friend 7. _______ the whole, they tend to be informal. a. In b. On c. With d. As 8. Men usually shake hands only when they are introduced ______ each other. a. to b. with c. by d. about 9. When a woman and a man are introduced, shaking hands _______ the woman. a. is up to b. is due to c. is away from d. is about to 10. The scheme allows students from many countries _____ with each other. a. communicate b. to communicate c. communicating d. communicated 11. _____ the storm warnings, we did not go out last night. a. Since b. In spite of c. Because of d. In favor of 12. This is the fifth time you _____ me the same question. a. ask b. asked c. are asking d. have asked 13. When I arrived at the party, Lucy _____ home. a. has already gone b. had already gone c. already went d. already was going 14. English people spent 18 hours per week _____ TV. a. watching b. to watch c. watch d. for watching 15. I’ve lived in a small house near the coast _____ 1990. a. from b. since c. in d. for 16. She left home in 1993 and _____ since. a. hasn’t seen b. didn’t see c. hasn’t been seen d. wasn’t seen 17. It’s time we _____ this old car and bought a new one. a. will sell b. have sold c. had sold d. sold 18. Since Mr. Hassan _____ president, both taxes and unemployment _____. a. has become/ increased b. became/ increased c. became/ have increased d. has become have increased 19. _____ all my warnings, he tried to fix the computer himself. a. Although b. In spite of c. Because d. Instead of 20. Some television programs make children _____. a. to be violent. b. violently. c. violent. d. being violent. 21. The children _____ to the Botanical Garden. a. were enjoyed taken b. were enjoyed taking c. enjoyed taking d. enjoyed being taken 22. So far this week there _____ three burglaries in our street. a. are b. were c. have been d. had been 23. I wish I ______ to the concert last night. a. went b. had gone c. would go d. have gone 24. He didn’t come to the party yesterday and _______. a. I did, too b. Neither did I c. I didn’t, neither d. so did I 25. If she ______ free time, she would come to see you. a. has b. had c. would have d. has had 26. Yesterday, when I ______ at the station, the train ______ for 15 minutes. a. arrived/ had left b. arrived/ left c. had arrived/ left d. arrived/ has left 27. When I was a child I _______ fishing with my father on Sunday mornings. a. went b. had gone c. used to go d. was used to going 28. Marie Curie harboured the dream of a _______ career which was impossible for a woman at that time. a. scientist b. scientific c. science d. scientifically 29. The meeting had been cancelled ________ the chairman’s absence. a. because b. because of c. in spite of d. although 30. This computer isn’t capable _______ running this software. a. on b. of c. in d. for II. Identify one underlined word or phrase that is incorrect: 31. Smoke cigarettes is so harmful that you should give it up. a b c d 32. Mr. Ha takes very interested in working as a teacher because he enjoys teaching children. a b c d
  2. 33. In America, people always embracing each other when they meet. a b c d 34. During the war, our government received fewer information about the situation in that country. a b c d 35. He told them to obey the traffic law when travelled on the road. a b c d III. Read the passage and make the correct choice: On (36) _______ in London I found another explanation in a guidebook. The author of this book said that the Pope and Napoleon (37) ________ 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 (38) ______ 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 (39) _______ in those lands until it became the general things throughout continental Europe. The British, however, hating Napoleon, reversed the (40) _______ out of sheer perversity. 36.a. getting b. arriving c. coming d. entering 37.a. took b. got over c. were d. controlled 38.a. that b. if c. where d. so that 39.a. turned down b. in danger c. put in force d. broken up 40.a. land b. country c. continent d. custom IV. Read the following passage and choose the best answer: We know that every year less than 100 people are attacked by sharks and about 5 to 10 of these people die. But, let’s look at the other side of the story - How many sharks do people kill ? Well I think you already know this : People kill many more sharks. Every year, people hunt and kill thousands of sharks. One reason people kill sharks is for sport; they hunt them just for fun. Some people started to have contests to see who kill the most sharks or the biggest sharks. Another reason that people kill sharks is for food. In some countries, such as the United States and Great Britain, shark meat is a popular food. In other countries, such as China, people use shark fins to make soup. Because so many people like to eat shark, fishing boats catch a lot of sharks to sell for food. So, for both of these reasons, people are killing many sharks. Some biologists are getting worried that the number of sharks is getting too small. That’s why many biologists think we should stop killing so many sharks, and instead try to protect them - or else some day they may all be gone. Some countries have already passed some laws to help protect sharks. The United States, for example, has passed laws that limit the number of sharks that people can kill for food or for sport. So even though some people like to hunt sharks, we do need to protect them. 41. How many sharks are hunted and killed every year ? a. one hundred b. many c. five to ten d. thousands 42. People want to kill sharks because _____. a. they are afraid of sharks. b. shark meat is a popular food. c. they get their enjoyment from killing sharks. d. b and c are correct. 43. The number of sharks in the world is _____. a. getting worried by some biologists b. being killed. c. getting bigger. d. betting smaller. 44. Why do biologists want to protect sharks ? a. Because they want to learn more about sharks. b. Because they are afraid some day sharks may no longer exist. c. Because of the number of sharks that were killed. d. Because shark fins can be used in medicine. 45. Which of the following is not mentioned in the passage ? a. People like to hunt sharks. b. Laws have been passed in sharks’ defense. c. The governments prohibited people from killing sharks. d. People are killing many sharks for some reasons. V. Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the above one : 46. My mother never allows me to go out alone at night. a. I was not allowed to go out alone at night. b. My mother never lets me go out alone at night. c. My mother never goes out alone at night. d. I usually go out with my mother at night. 47. We haven’t been to the concert for two years. a. We never used to go to the concert . b. It’s two years since we went to the concert. c. We didn’t go to the concert two years ago. d. We are used to going to the concert. 48. Although they were very poor, the children seemed happy. a. The children seemed unhappy because they were very poor. b. The children were very poor, so they seemed happy. c. Despite their poverty, the children seemed happy. d. The children seemed happy whether they were poor or rich. 49. He used to travel around the country. a. He liked travelling around the country. b. He no longer travels around the country. c. He is used to travelling around the country. d. He never travelled around the country. 50. Don’t forget to go to the supermarket after work. a. He requested me not forget to go to the supermarket after work. b. He asked me not to go to the supermarket after work. c. He told me that I shouldn’t go to the supermarket after work. d. He reminded me to go to the supermarket after work.

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