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  1. SỞ GIÁO DỤC – ĐÀO TẠO TP.HCM ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC NĂM HỌC 2012-2013 TRƯỜNG THPT PHÚ NHUẬN MÔN THI: ANH VĂN KHỐI A1, D MÃ ĐỀ 132 Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. 1. ________ you complain, nothing changes. A. The more B. However much C. For how much D. As much as 2. I don’t believe a word he says. I think he ________. A. is lying B. is laying C. lied D. is telling lie. 3. “In my opinion, English is the most difficult subject.” – “________” A. I couldn’t agree more. It’s very easy. B. I’m sorry, but I’m not with you. C. Yes. It was nothing really. D. So am I. 4. You ________ out last night. I called several times but nobody answered the phone. A. must have been B. could have been C. should have been D. must be 5. I enjoyed Greece, but I ________ to Spain. A. had rather gone B. would rather have gone C. rather went D. have rather been 6. It was a very difficult question and ________ got it right. A. a few students B. few students C. a few of students D. few of students 7. The weather was fine, and everyone was ________ the coast. A. making for B. seeing about C. joining in D. going for 8. “Do you think students shouldn’t be assigned lots of homework?” – “________” A. Yes. They’ve done a good job. B. Yes. They can manage. C. There’s no doubt about it. D. In my opinion, I think it’s really bad. 9. “Janet, make us some tea, will you?.” – “________” A. No, I won’t I’m afraid. B. Don’t worry. Go ahead. C. Sorry, I don’t. D. I can’t, I’m afraid. 10. No where in the northern section of the United States ________ for growing citrus crops. A. the climate is suitable B. is there suitability of the climate C. where the climate is suitable D. is the climate suitable 11. There wasn’t a ________ of truth in what he said. A. pinch B. ray C. grain D. lump 12. “Do you think his decision is fair?” – “________” A. It’s amazing. B. If you ask me C. Of course not. D. You can say that again 13. Everyone hopes to succeed in life, ________? A. haven’t they B. don’t they C. hasn’t he D. doesn’t he 14. The pair of jeans I bought for my son didn’t fit him, so I went to the store and asked for ________. A. another jeans B. another pair C. others ones D. the other ones 15. This ticket ________ one person to the museum. A. enters B. allows C. permits D. admits 16. We intend to ________ with the old system as soon as we have developed a better one. A. do away B. do up C. do in D. do down 17. I’m angry because you didn’t tell me the truth. I don’t like ________. A. having deceived B. to deceive C. being deceived D. deceiving 18. “Could you please pass me the pepper?” – “________” A. Here you are. B. Sure. I deserve it. C. You’re welcome. D. Yes, I could. 19. ________ Mary, give her my love. A. If you had seen B. By seeing C. Should you see D. Do you see 20. My friend has just moved to a new flat in the residential area on the _________ of Paris. A. suburbs B. outside C. side D. outskirts 21. In order to cut _____, the company will no longer allow employees to claim for first-class travel on their expenses. A. charges B. fees C. prices D. costs 22. ________ will Mr. Forbes be able to regain control of the company. A. Only with hard work B. Only if he works hardly C. With hard work D. In spite of his hard work 23. Our teacher is a ________ person. If she says she will do something, you know that she will do. A. depending B. independent C. dependable D. dependent 24. Jack ________ be so bad-tempered; I wonder if he’s got problems. A. didn’t used to B. wouldn’t C. isn’t use to D. didn’t use to 25. Don’t you think you need to ________ before the recording? A. do up B. paint up C. cover up D. make up 26. When his business failed, he started again from ________. A. beginning B. blank C. scratch D. introduction 27. ________ the manager, she has to make many important decisions. A. As B. Alike C. Likes D. Like 28. “If we can’t afford a car, we’ll just have to ________ one.” A. put up with B. do with C. do without D. catch up with 29. There was plenty of time. You _______. A. needn’t hurry B. needn’t have hurried C. couldn’t have hurried D. mustn’t have hurried
  2. 30. The supervisor’s job is to ________ the work of his particular department. A. overrun B. overlook C. oversee D. overview--------------- Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best option for each of the blank from 31 to 40. Many professionals in the field of psychology believe that astrology is outdated and (31) ________ in today’s world. They say people shouldn’t follow the advice they read in their horoscopes. These professionals say that people must use astrology (32) ________ a form of entertainment only. They fear that patients might take astrology too seriously and make bad decisions. Clinical psychologist Gary L. Burke, PhD, disagrees with these professionals, however. Dr. Burke, says astrology is an ancient science that should be (33) ________in the practice of modern psychology. While he agrees that patients must not rely (34) ________ astrology alone, he believes professional interpretation of a patient’s astrological chart at birth may help the patient and psychologist gain a better understanding of a patient’s thought process. Dr. Burke admits that there are (35) ________ fraudulent astrology websites and businesses that offer people (36) ________ and useless information. He says patients shouldn’t always follow the advice they read in a newspaper horoscope. “Many people (37) ________ claims to be astrologists when they are really just writers looking to make some easy money. The public should not (38) ________ these people with the real science of professional astrology. There are many professional astrologists who (39) ________ high quality (40) ________ readings, however. We could combine their work with modern psychology to offer the best possible service to the modern public,” says Dr. Burke. (From Grammar Sense 4 – Advanced Grammar and Writing – Workbook) 31. A. irrelevancy B. irrelevance C. irrelevantly D. irrelevant 32. A. of B. on C. with D. as 33. A. included B. inhaled C. ingested D. interacted 34. A. on B. in C. with D. into 35. A. many B. a great amount of C. a great deal of D. any 36. A. clear B. vague C. noticeable D. apparent 37. A. say B. take C. tell D. make 38. A. join B. associate C. fasten D. equal 39. A. allege B. offer C. neglect D. blame 40. A. in-built B. in-depth C. in-line D. in-service Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that has that same meaning as the original one from 41 to 45. 41. People say that Carter was the best director of his time. A. Carter is said to have been the best director of his time. B. It was said that Carter was the best director of his time. C. Carter was said to have been the best director of his time. D. Carter is said to be the best director of his time. 42. They are my two brothers. They aren’t teachers like me. A. They are my two brothers, none of whom are teachers like me. B. They are my two brothers, neither of whom are teachers like me. C. They are my two brothers, both of whom are teachers like me. D. They are my two brothers who neither are teachers like me. 43. Evan has a lot on his mind. A. Evan has a wonderful mind. B. Evan has refused to do something important. C. Evan is worried about several things. D. Evan can’t quite decide what to do 44. Noisy as the hotel was, they stayed there. A. Although the hotel was noisy, but they stayed there. B. Despite the hotel was noisy, they stayed there. C. They stayed in that hotel despite the noise. D. In spite of the noisy hotel and they like it. 45. Kate always reminds me of my youngest sister. A. Kate always asks me about my youngest sister. B. I always think of Kate, my youngest sister C. Whenever I see Kate, I think of my youngest sister. D. I consider Kate as my youngest sister. Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction from 46 to 50. 46. Seldom Antarctic icebergs will (A) move far enough (B) north to disturb (C) South Pacific shipping (D) lanes. 47. Exercise in swimming pools is particularly (A) helpful (B) because of (C) the buoyant effect water. (D) 48. Operas can be broadly (A) classified (B) as either comedies or (C) they are tragedies. (D) 49. Whereas (A) there are forty-three ant species in Great Britain, the (B) same amount (C) of ant species can be found in a (D) single tree in Peru.
  3. 50. U.S census figures indicate (A) that people with only an (B) elementary education can earn just half (C) as much as college graduations. (D) Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 51 to 60. In the first half of the nineteenth century, the U.S government decided that it needed to set up a system for protecting its coastline. It then began building a series of forts along the coast of the eastern part of the country to facilitate its defenses. The largest of these forts was Ford Jefferson, which was begun in 1846. This fort was built on Garden Key, one of a cluster of small coral islands 70 miles west of Key West. At the time of its construction, Fort Jefferson was believed to be of primary strategic importance to the United States because of its location at the entryway to the Gulf of Mexico. Because of its location at the entrance to the great body of water, it became known as the Gibraltar of the Gulf. In reference to the island located at the mouth of the Mediterranean. The fort itself was a massive structure. It was hexagonal in shape, with 8-foot-thick walls, and was surrounded by a medieval-style moat for added security. Covering most of the Garden Key, it was approximately half a mile in circumference. In the latter half of the nineteenth century, during the Civil War and its aftermath, the fort was used as a prison rather than a military installation. The most notorious of its prisoners was Dr. Samuel Mudd, a physician who was most probably innocently involved in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. The actual assassin, John Wilkes Booth, broke his leg as he leapt from the stage of the Ford Theater during the assassination. Dr. Mudd set Booth’s broken leg, unaware of Booth’s involvement in the assignation. As a result of this action, Dr. Mudd was sentenced to life in prison and remanded to Ford Jefferson, he was pardoned after only four years because of his courageous efforts in combating an epidemic of yellow fever that ravaged the fort. Continuous use of Fort Jefferson ended in the 1870s, although the U.S. Navy continued with sporadic use of it into the twentieth century. Today, the massive ruins still remain on the tiny island that stands guard over the entrance to the gulf, undisturbed except for the occasional sightseer who ventures out from the coast to visit. (From Deborah Phillips’s TOEFL) 51. The passage is mainly about ________. A. a series of events at several forts B. a series of forts C. a series of events at one fort D. a single event at one fort 52. All of the following are true about Fort Jefferson EXCEPT that ________. A. it is in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico B. it was built because of its strategic location C. it is on an island D. it has been compared with an island at the opening of the Mediterranean 53. The word “hexagonal” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ________. A. eight-sided B. irregular in shape C. seven-sided D. six-sided 54. The pronoun “it” in paragraph 2 refers to ________. A. shape B. ford C. moat D. circumference 55. All of the following are stated about Dr. Samuel Mudd EXCEPT that ________. A. he was most likely guilty of Lincoln’s assassination B. he cared for Lincoln’s assassin C. he was imprisoned at Fort Jefferson D. he was a medical doctor 56. How was Fort Jefferson most likely used in 1865? A. As a destination for tourists B. As a penal institution C. As a regularly functioning naval base D. As a strategic defensive unit of the U.S. military 57. “Yellow fever” in paragraph 3 is most likely ________. A. a mental illness B. a contagious disease C. an enemy military force D. a prison regimen 58. What is implied about Fort Jefferson today? A. It is a relatively quiet place. B. It is a thriving community. C. It remains in good condition. D. It is still in use by the U.S. military. 59. Where in the passage does the author describe an injury to the man who shot Lincoln? A. Lines 15-16 B. Lines 5-7 C. Lines 17-18 D. Lines 13-15 60. The information in the passage is presented ________. A. in spatial order B. in chronological order C. by listing examples of a concept D. by arguing for a hypothesis Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 61 to 70. The nuclear family, consisting of a mother, father, and their children, may be more an American ideal than an American reality. Of course, the so-called traditional American family was always more varied than we had been led to believe, reflecting the very different racial, ethnic, class, and religious customs among different American groups, but today the diversity is even more obvious. The most recent government statistics reveal that only about one third of all current American families fit the traditional mold of two parents and their children, and another third consists of married couples who either have no children or have none still living at home. Of the final one third, about 20 percent of the total number of American households are single people, usually women over sixty-five years of age. A small percentage, about 3 percent of the
  4. total, consists of unmarried people who choose to live together; and the rest, about 7 percent, are single parents, with at least one child. There are several reasons for the growing number of single-parent households. First, the number of births to unmarried women has increased dramatically. In addition, a substantial number of adults become single parents as a result of divorce. Finally, a small percentage of deaths result in single-parent families. Today, these varied family types are typical, and therefore, normal. In addition, close friends have become a more important part of family life than ever before. The vast majority of Americans claim that they have people in their lives whom they regard as family although they are not related. A view of family that only accepts the traditional nuclear arrangement not only ignores the reality of modern American family life, but also undervalues the familiar bonds created in alternative family arrangements. Apparently, many Americans are achieving supportive relationships in family forms other than the traditional one. (From Barron’s TOEFL) 61. The passage mainly discusses ________. A. the family types which are better than the traditional one B. the traditional family types in modern American society C. the nuclear family compared with new family types D. the family types in the American society today 62. The word “reveal” in paragraph 2 can be best replaced by “________”. A. estimate B. integrate C. disclose D. conceal 63. It can be inferred from the passage that the American nuclear family ________. A. consists of only 4 people – two parents and their children B. counts half of the American families these days C. is not as traditional as it should be D. has more customs than other kinds of family 64. The word “none” in paragraph 2 refers to “________”. A. unmarried couples B. families C. children D. parents 65. According to the passage, nuclear families represent about ________. A. 30 percent of households B. 20 percent of households C. 27 percent of households D. 33 percent of households 66. According to the passage, the number of one-member families is ________. A. lower that that of nuclear families B. the same as that of single-parent families C. the smallest compared with other kinds of family D. the highest compared with other kinds of family 67. The word “substantial” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to “________”. A. distinctive B. decreasing C. subsequent D. remarkable 68. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT a cause for the growing number of single-parent families? A. High divorce rate B. Births to unmarried women C. Moving for jobs D. Deaths 69. The word “whom” in paragraph 4 refers to “________”. A. people’s lives B. people C. close friends D. family 70. It can be inferred from the passage that ________. A. most Americans do not think that good friend can share their family life B. more and more unmarried people decide to live together C. the various customs of racial, ethnic, and religious groups have reduced the number of nuclear families D. the value of close friends has been highly appreciated Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following sentences from 71 to 75: 71. A. committee B. refugee C. referee D. employee 72. A. consequent B. accompany C. interview D. comfortable 73. A. independent B. appropriate C. effectiveness D. accountancy 74. A. equip B. secure C. vacant D. oblige 75. A. representative B. technological C. characteristic D. intellectual Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best way to complete each of the sentence from 76 to 80. 76. Where’s Nick? – He ________. A. is in his room watching TV. B. watches TV in his room. C. in his room is watching TV. D. has in his room watching TV. 77. It is in this hospital ________. A. the homeless have helped B. that helps the homeless C. the homeless has been helped D. the homeless are helped 78. My mother showed us the hospital ________. A. Where she was born in B. she was born in C. she was born D. that she was born
  5. 79. _________ is going to attend the meeting. A. Either Tom or his brother B. Neither Tom nor his brothers C. Not only Tom but also his brothers D. Both Tom and his brother 80. Billy was the youngest boy ________. A. joining the club B. to be admitted to the club C. admitted to the club D. that was joined the club ----------- THE END OF THE TEST ----------
  6. MàĐỀ 132 1. B 11. C 21. D 31. D 41. A 51. C 61. D 71. A 2. A 12. C 22. A 32. D 42. B 52. A 62. C 72. B 3. B 13. B 23. C 33. A 43. C 53. D 63. C 73. A 4. A 14. B 24. D 34. A 44. C 54. B 64. C 74. C 5. B 15. D 25. D 35. A 45. C 55. A 65. D 75. C 6. B 16. A 26. C 36. B 46. A 56. B 66. A 76. A 7. A 17. C 27. A 37. D 47. D 57. B 67. D 77. D 8. C 18. A 28. C 38. B 48. D 58. A 68. C 78. B 9. D 19. C 29. B 39. B 49. C 59. D 69. C 79. A 10. D 20. D 30. C 40. B 50. D 60. B 70. D 80. B MàĐỀ 209 1. B 11. D 21. C 31. C 41. A 51. D 61. D 71. A 2. C 12. C 22. B 32. B 42. D 52. C 62. A 72. D 3. B 13. D 23. B 33. B 43. B 53. A 63. C 73. C 4. A 14. D 24. A 34. A 44. C 54. A 64. D 74. C 5. A 15. D 25. C 35. A 45. B 55. B 65. C 75. A 6. C 16. A 26. D 36. D 46. B 56. A 66. B 76. D 7. D 17. D 27. A 37. A 47. A 57. A 67. B 77. C 8. C 18. D 28. B 38. B 48. C 58. B 68. C 78. B 9. A 19. C 29. B 39. C 49. B 59. D 69. A 79. B 10. A 20. D 30. D 40. A 50. C 60. A 70. D 80. B MàĐỀ 357 1. C 11. C 21. B 31. C 41. C 51. A 61. D 71. A 2. A 12. B 22. D 32. C 42. D 52. D 62. C 72. A 3. A 13. A 23. B 33. D 43. A 53. D 63. C 73. C 4. D 14. B 24. C 34. D 44. B 54. C 64. B 74. D 5. D 15. C 25. B 35. C 45. B 55. D 65. A 75. D 6. B 16. A 26. A 36. D 46. B 56. A 66. A 76. D 7. D 17. B 27. A 37. D 47. B 57. C 67. B 77. B 8. C 18. D 28. A 38. D 48. A 58. C 68. B 78. C 9. D 19. A 29. A 39. C 49. D 59. B 69. B 79. B 10. B 20. B 30. B 40. B 50. C 60. A 70. D 80. A  MàĐỀ 485 1. C 10. A 19. C 28. C 37. C 46. D 55. D 64. D 2. C 11. A 20. C 29. A 38. B 47. B 56. A 65. C 3. B 12. D 21. A 30. D 39. A 48. C 57. B 66. A 4. C 13. C 22. A 31. A 40. A 49. C 58. D 67. D 5. C 14. B 23. A 32. C 41. A 50. D 59. C 68. C 6. D 15. C 24. B 33. B 42. B 51. A 60. A 69. A 7. A 16. B 25. B 34. D 43. B 52. A 61. C 70. B 8. B 17. D 26. A 35. D 44. B 53. D 62. A 71. A 9. A 18. D 27. B 36. C 45. A 54. B 63. D 72. D
  7. 73. D 74. C 75. D 76. C 77. D 78. A 79. B 80. B
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