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Nội dung Text: LUYỆN THI CẤP TỐC ANH VĂN 12 – ĐỀ 10

  1. LUYỆN THI CẤP TỐC ANH VĂN 12 – ĐỀ 10 Pronunciation 1. A. bury B. cleanliness ['klenlinis] C. plenty D. dean B. chameleon [kə'mi:ljən] tắc kè hoa 2. A. challenge C. chewing D. chapter 3. A. blow B. tomb [tu:m] C. sew D. dove 1. A. double B. plough C. tough D. couple 2. A. nose B. please C. toes D. taps Choose the word whose stress is on the first syllable. 6. A. definite B. belonging C. organic D. alternative 7. A. challenging B. impervious [im'pə:vjəs] không tiếp thu được, trơ trơ C. acceptable D. advisable C. supervisor ['su:pəvaizə] D. approximately 8. A. activity B. introduce B. triangle ['traiæηgl] C. advanced D. pajamas [pə'dʒa:məz] 9. A. compound 10. A. agricultural [,ægri'kʌlt∫ərəl] B. propose [prə'pouz] đề nghị, đề xuất, đưa ra D. conquer ['kɔηkə] C. opponent Choose the right word or phrase to complete the sentences. 11. The teacher asked us________ the essay we________ the day before. A. to rewrite/ handed B. rewriting / have handed C. to rewrite / had handed D. rewriting / had handed 12. "Have you________ traveled to San Francisco?" - "Yes, ________’’ A. once / once B. ever / once C. never / never D. yet / never 13. The government have tried to ________the price of petrol, but they failed. A. bring on B. put in C. bring down D. get over 14. Sue has put her name________ the course in politics, though her major is fine arts. A. to B. on with C. in on D. down for 15. Never________ such a magnificent firework display. A. have I seen before B. have before seen I C. have before I seen D. before have I seen 16. It appears that we have________ A. no bread left B. no left bread C. left not bread D. bread not left 17. I couldn't________ (A. make a fuss B. give way to C. make a choice D. decide myself) 18. Despite his disappointment, he remained _______. ( A. cheer B. cheerful C. cheerfully D. cheering) 19. The examiner asked me some further questions_________ led to a m9re interesting discussion. A. that B. it then C. which D. so 20. The dear waters here________ some of the world's best divers A. draw attention B. attract C. appeal D. provoke 21. The Golden Trident, the underwater equivale nt of the Nobel Prizes, has been ____annually since 1960. A represented B. rewarded C. honored D. awarded 22. A lot of people who live in the outskirts have to________ to work every day by train or tube. A tour B. commute C. travel D. Move 23. Ann was surprised________ her family's reaction________her decision. A at I to B. by I at C. at I for D. with I to 24. We, the local residents were asked to________ for the best activist of the local council. A elect B. shortlist C. support D. vote 25. Van Gogh's Sunflowers _________39.9 million dollars, three times the previous record. A once sold for B. for sale once C. selling for once D. for once sold 26. About 20 miles from the station__________ a lit tle inn called Violet which looked nice A had B. there was C. there were D. where was 27. Total weight of all the ants in the world is much greater than__________ A all human beings B. total human beings C. that of all human beings D. those of all human beings 28. Recent technological __________ such as the Internet are proving very useful for conservationist s.
  2. A advances B. underachievement C. successes D. discoveries 29. You cannot ________ me for the damage. I am not responsible for that. A apologize B. blame C. ask D. mistake 30. The mother is very ________ about the health of her little son. A concerned B. confused C. nervous D. careful 31. I will never forget _________ with Janet, who keeps _______ all the time A working I to try B. to work Ito try C. working I trying D. to work I trying 32. After the accident, a lot of debris _________ on the runway. ['debri:] mảnh vỡ A. was scattered B. scatters C. were scatters D. were scattering 33. Such _______ that we all felt numb. A. a cold weather was it B. was a cold weather C. cold was the weather D. was cold weather 34. I ________ Katie, an old friend on the way home from the office yesterday. A. came into B. broke into C. ran into D. went into 35. The man shouted loudly as if we _________all deaf. ( A. were B. had been C. are D. would be) 36. They walked along the promenade________ the waves ________ at the rocks. A. listening I rushed B. to listen I rushing C. listened I to rush D. listening I rushing 37. These ______ sites need restoring and protecting. A. history B. historical C. historically D. historic 38. When I told her the news, she _______ laughing. ( A. broke out B. burst out C. burst into D. uttered) 39. When will you leave _______ London? ( A in B. at C. to D. for) 40. Speak it again _________ I can take notes. (A. in order B. in order that C. in case D. then) 41. _________ back to her hometown, Julia found everything new and attractive. A. When arrived B. As she arrives C. On arriving D. On arrival 42. You ________ too much empha sis on your academic success. Be relaxed! A. offer B. take C. give D. put 43. I have had such important decisions_________ for the last three months A. to do B. to make C. to give D. to put 44. By the time you_________ the shopping, I'll be ready. A. did B. will have done C. have done D. will do 45. Guess who I saw the _______ day. Our old English teacher. (A. next B. last C. very D. other) Choose the word or phrase which best replaces the underlined word. 46. The situation seems to be changing minute by minute. A. from time to time B. time after time C. again and again D. very rapidly 47. I think we have solved this problem once and for all. A. in the end B. forever C. temporarily D. for everybody 48. I am looking for a dependable person who can stand out for me at the meeting. A. dependent B. talented C. energetic D. reliable 49. My little boy Tom never screams though he is scared. A. in pain B. frightened C. embarrassed D.confused 50. You can do whatever you like, as far as I am concerned. A. mind out B. actually C. indeed D. in my opinion 51. Sometimes when I hear the news, I feel very miserable. A. confused B frightened C. upset D. disappointed 52. Smoking has been banned in public places in some countries. A. made illegal B. limited C. restricted D. given way 53. I have to take up my dress. I step on it all the time, B. embellish: làm đẹp C. shorten A. make it longer D. try on 54. The film is not worth seeing. The plot is too dull. A. slow B. simple C. complicated D. boring 55. Maria will take charge of the advertising for the play.
  3. A. spend time B. be responsible for C. account for D.spend money 56. Many areas in Africa are desperately short of food. A. unfortunately B. widely C. temporarily D. badly 57. We now can find a wide range of ready-cooked food in supermarkets. A. variety B. classification C. small number D. popularity 58. I sometimes give my friends a ride in my car. A. ask my friends drive for me B. let my friends drive my car C. hitch-hike my friends D. give my friends a lift 59. A woman had a narrow escape when the car came round the corner. A. was hurt B. was nearly hurt C. ran away D. bumped into the car 60. The old people in the neighborhood are constantly visiting each other. A. rarely B. occasionally C. continuously D. quite often Choose the sentence that is similar in meaning to the one given. 61. Without your help, I couldn't have finished it on time. A. I couldn't finish it on time because you helped me. B. I couldn't finish it on time though you he lped me C. I could finish it on time because you helped me. D. You helped me finishing it on time. 62. His daydreaming prevented him from becoming a good employee. A If he daydreamed, he would become a better employee. B. He could become a better employee without his daydreaming. C. He daydreams, which makes him a good employee. D. As a daydreamer, he is a good employee. 63. The children are looking forward to having a holiday on the beach. A. The children are considering having a holiday on the beach. B. The children want to put off having a holiday on the beach. C. Looking forward, the children are having a holiday on the beach. D. The children really expect to have a holiday on the beach. 64. Ian denied stealing the confidential files. A. Ian said that he had not stolen the confidential files. B. Ian's stealing the confidential files was not true C. Ian said, ' I will not steal the confidential files' D. Ian said that he would not steal the confidential files. 65. I took Janet to the zoo so that she could see how big an elephant is. A. With a view to see how big an elephant is, I took Janet to the zoo. B. So as to see the elephant, I took Janet to the big zoo. C. Because Janet was big enough, I took her to the zoo to see the elephant. D. I took Janet to the zoo in order for her to see how big an elephant is. 66. Despite his early retirement, he found no peace in life. A. Although he retired early, but he found no peace in life. B. His early retirement has brought him peace in life. C. He found no peace in life because he retired early. D. Early as he retired,,11efound no peace in life. 67. I love walking in the rain, though it is not good for health. A. Walking in the rain, I am not healthy. B. It is not good for health to walk in the rain. C. Walking in the rain is not good for health, but I love it. D. I love walking in the rain despite of its bad effect on health. 68. 'Please do not touch that wire!' the old man said to me. A. The old man told me not to touch that wire. B. The old man said that I didn't touch that wire. C. The old man asked me to not touch that wire. D. The old man said to me not to touch that wire. 69. I remember giving you a five-pound note. A. Whether I gave you a five-pound note or not, I can remember. B. I can't remember whether I gave you a five-pound note or not.
  4. C. I did gave you a five-pound note, and I could remember it. D. j remember I have given you a five-pound note. 70. The next door neighbor is a singer and he often comes home very late at night. A. The next door neighbor, a singer, come home very late at night. B. As a singer, next door neighbours often come home late at night. C. The next door neighbour who is a singer often comes home late at night. D. The next door neighbour comes home very late at night but he is a singer. 71. She tapped her feet in time when listened to her favorite song broadcast on the radio. 72. !! was hot but we decided to walk in the shadow of the long wall. 73. Those who have never been abroad is eager to see how different the other cultures are. 74. Some of these plants are national rarity and should be well protected. 75. I couldn't give the teacher the summary of the lesson until Julia whispered some words into his ears. 76. Believed that Jack had got home safely, we felt relieved. 77. We really enjoyed the children's imaginative and excited play last Saturday. 78. I will have you to know how bad your behaviour is 79. They promised that they would publish my article was sent in last week. 80. Helen as well as her friends have never been out of town since they were five years old. Read the passage and choose the correct answers. History books recorded that the first film with sound was The Jazz Singer in 1927. But sound films, or talkies, did not suddenly appear after years of silent screenings. From the earliest public performances in 1896, films were accompanied by music and sound effects. These were produced by a single pianist, a small band, or a full-scale orchestra; large movie theatres could buy sound-effect machines. Research into sound that was reproduced at exactly at the same time as the pictures - called 'synchronized sound' – began soon after the very first films were shown. With synchronized sound, characters on the movie screen could sing and speak. As early as 1896, the newly invented gramophone (máy hát), which played a large disc carrying music and dialogue, was used as a so und system. The biggest disadvantage was that the sound and pictures could become unsynchronized if, for example, the gramophone needle jumped or if the speed of the projector changed. This system was only effective for a single song or dialogue sequence. In the 'sound-on-film' system, sound was recorded as a series of marks on celluloid which could be read by an optical sensor. These signals would be placed on the film alongside the image, guaranteeing synchronization (sự đồng bộ hoá ). Short feature films were produced in this way as early as 1922. This system eventually brought us 'talking pictures'. 81. The passage is mainly about the A. history of silent movies B. disadvantages of synchronized sound C. development of sound with movies D. research into sound reproduction 82. According to the passage, films using sound effects were screened A. before 1896 B. as early as 1896 C. as early as 1922 D. in 1927 83. The word 'screenings' in is closest in meaning to B. revelations sự phát hiện, sự khám phá A. projections D. diversions [dai'və:∫n] sự giải trí, sự tiêu khiển C. demonstrations 84. Which of the following is not mentioned as a producer o! sound to accompany movies ? A. a jazz singer B. single pianist C. a small band D. a gramophone 85. It can be inferred that A. most movie theaters had a pianist B. sound-effects machines were not common because they were expensive C. orchestras couldn't synchronize sound with the pictures D. gramophones were developed about the same time as moving pictures. 86. According to the passage, gramophones were ineffective because they A. got out of synchronization with the picture. B. were too large for most movie theaters. C. were newly invented and still had imperfections D. changed speeds when the needle jumped.
  5. 87. The word 'sequence' is closest in meaning to A. interpretation B. progression C. distribution D. organization 88. The phrase 'these signals' refers to A. sounds B. series C. marks D. sensors 89. According to the passage, sound-on-film guaranteed synchronization because the recording was A. made during the film of the picture. B. read by an optical sensor C. inserted beside the image on the film D. marked on the gramophone 90. Short feature films produced as early as 1922 _______ A. were recorded by optical sensors B. put musicians out of work C. were only effective for dialogue sequences D. preceding talking pictures Choose the best answer to fill in each blank. From the seeds themselves to the machinery, fertilizers and pesticides - The Green Revolution regimen depend heavily on technology. One (91) alternative , however, depends much (92) less on technology - organic farming. Many organic farmers use machinery, but (93) not chemical fertilizers or pesticides. (94) Instead of chemical soil enrichers, they use animal manure and plant parts not used as food -,natural,organic fertilizers that are clearly a renewable (95) source . Organic farmers also use alternatives (96) to pesticides; for example they may rely on natural predators of certain insect pests. (97) If the need arises, they can buy the eggs and larvae of these natural predators and introduce them into their crop fields. They use (98) other techniques to control pests as well, like planting certain crops together because one crop repels the other's pest s. Organic farmers do not need a lot of land;(99) in fact organic farming is perfectly (100) suited to small farms and is relatively inexpensive. Finally, many organic farmers' average yields compare favorably with other farmers' yields. 91. A. alteration B. alternate C. alternative D. alternation 92. A. more B. less C. better D. worse 93. A. also B. for C. not D. all 94. A In .spite of B. On account of C. In favour of D. Instead of 95. A resource B. source C. matter D. substance 96. A of B. to C. for D. from 97. A. Then B. If C. Because D. Though 98. A others B. another C. the others D. other 99. A instead B. in one way C. on one hand D. in fact 100. A. suitable B. open C. likely D. suited



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