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  1. - Trắc nghiệm tổng hợp trình độ C 1. Uncontrollable bush fires _________ by high winds engulfed nearly 300 houses in the states of Victoria and South Australia blown fanned inflated flown 2. Smoke and dust clouds were so thick above Melbourne that airports were closed ______. indefinitely endlessly timelessly eternally 3. Perhaps no creature on land or sea _________ so much terror as the Great White Shark. makes does inspires impresses 4. A six-metre shark died after trying to swallow a man ________. complete total entire whole 5. Sharks are single-minded, and will usually __________ rescuers; they concentrate on their original victims. ignore
  2. forget abandon leave 6. Shark attacks always hit the ___________. paper press column news 7. 70% of shark-attack victims die, largely due to blood _____ and shock. failure deficiency shortage loss 8. Mandanga broke off diplomatic _________ with Zaspal yesterday when talks between the two countries over a border dispute broke down. channel relations ralatives encounter 9. Help is _______ for suffers from the flu epidemic which broke out before Christmas. on the way in the way by the way over the way 10. Prince George has broken with family ________ by getting engaged to a shop assistant. heritage anniversary
  3. inheritance traditions 11. I hope you won't take ________ if I tell you the truth. annoyance offence resentment irritation 12. Computer scientists are now working on the next _______ of computers. generation institution imposition age 13. Most people are aware of their astrological ___________. signs marks points signals 14. They sent out a ________ party for fear he'd got lost. looking searching search hunting 15. He said an airplane would be _______ supplies to him at regular intervals. dropping throwing falling
  4. relieving 16. The British monarchy is an enormously popular _________. station status state institution 17. In the late 1970s, a newspaper _________ an opinion poll. operated created conducted caused 18. Anger that you don't _______ to others can become anger that you turn against yourself. feel express relieve spread 19. Most collectors begin ___________ things which interest them, and as the collection grows, knowledge of the subject grows. acquiring searching finding massing 20. Ball-point pens were widely available, and were made in a large ______ of colors and styles. group mixture range space
  5. 21. He opened the letter without ________ to read the address on the envelope. worrying caring fearing bothering 22. I am very ________ in the information you have gievn me. concerned surprised interesting interested 23. Workers who do not obey the safety regulations will be __________ immediately. refused rejected disapproved dismissed 24. He was an _________ writer because he persuaded many people to see the truth of his ideas. ordinary influential unlimited accurate 25. Many education courses require both ____ (oral) and written presentations before degrees are awarded. prepared spoken excellent understood
  6. 26. __________ (gradually), John's fear of heights subsided as he climbed Mt. Katahdin, Maine's highest peak. Immediately Slowly Hesitantly Approximately 27. It would be impossible to __________ (remember) all the events of that day: it was so gectic. understand appreciate forget recall 28. Handwriting analysis is a valuable _______ (tool) for the identification of forgeries. method type benefit handle 29. Trees that _______ (block) the view of oncoming traffic should be cut down. alter obstruct improve spoil 30. Attitudes to animals ________ greatly between two extremes. commute modify alter vary
  7. 31. You must ________ asleep in the train. be tired if you have been fallen be tired of you had fallen have been tired if you fell have been tired if you fall 32. Would you like to elaborate ______ your last answer? with over about on 33. Scarcely _________ when the fight broke out. he arrived he had arrived did he arrive had he arrived 34. It was as if the whole town _______ asleep. fell had fallen would have fallen should fall 35. _____________ is called erosion. The wearing away of land When the land wears away Lands which wears away Wearing away land 36. ______________, we drove the horses into the stable. Aware that a tornado was brewing
  8. Because a tornado brewing Although a tornado was brewing A tornado was brewing 37. It is a sign _____ fall when the leaves on the trees begin to change color. for at to of 38. I don't want to ask people for help as a rule but I wonder if you could _____ me a favor. make do find pick 39. I had to get up early, __________ I'd have missed the train. otherwise if not but so that 40. Although he hasn't said anything, he ________ to be upset about it. acts shows behaves seems 41. Throughout history, the moon has inspired not only song and dance ___________. and also poetry and prose but poetry also prose
  9. together with poetry and prose but poetry and prose as well. 42. Precaustions are taken ________ a hurricane threatens to strike the coast of the United States. whenever however always whether 43. _____________ about how much sleep is necessary. No rules are There are no rules No rules discuss No rules are required 44. Although there is plenty of coal left underground, the mine is unsuitable ________ modern equipment, and is uneconomic. for into by through 45. At present, a government enquiry is taking place ____________ plans to build a masive nuclear reactor two miles north of the town. in into by through 46. The economies of several small countries rely heavily _____ the sale of colorful stamps. on in
  10. with by 47. If you want your collection to grow _____ value, it is probably best to avoid things which are sold especially for collectors. by with through in 48. __________ that it might be easier to prepare a better map of the moon than of the earth. To say They said The saying It is saying 49. For the first time ___________, large portions of the universe can be observed simultaneously. since history in history history began of the beginning of history 50. Some areas of the moon are so full of crators _________ an extremely rough surface. that they present presenting which present to present 51. Many people are ____________ throw away used pens, and put them in a drawer or box, perhaps hoping they might work again one day. reluctantly to
  11. reluctant at reluctant to to reluctantly 52. He remembered the day three months __________ he had walked into the showroom to order the car. previously when previously that previously then previously which 53. The earth might look like a perfect sphere, but careful measurements _______________. show is not show that it is not that show it is not show it that is not 54. Near the White House is another famous landmark ____________ the Washington Monument. is which which call called it is called 55. For many children, nothing seems so exciting _________their first airplane ride. so does as on is 56. On no account _________________ be removed from the library. reference books may
  12. may reference books reference books cannot reference books 57. Kilimanjaro, _________________, rises almost 20,000 feet on the border of Tanzania and Kenya. it is Africa's highest mountain Africa's highest mountain is Africa's highest mountain of the highest African mountain 58. The young of most species eat ________________ (voraciously) for the first few weeks of their lives. regularly ravenously intermittently quickly 59. Be sure to send the ___________ (requisite) information with the application form. questionable necessary important enclosed 60. ________ (lacking) the complete specifications for the job, we completed the drawings as best we could. Using Missing Interpreting Requiring 61. Questions 61-64 Barbara Tuchman was an American Pulitzer Prize-winning historian who knew how to stand out from the crowd. Author of books such as
  13. "The First Salute", her best selling account of the American Revolution, Tuchman had a special talent for making history appealing to common people. Unlike other unpublished historians, Tuchman did not limit herself to a dry retelling of fact. Her prose skillfully combined scholarly treatment with high drama. Tuch man also distinguished herself by declining to pursue a doctorate degree, which won her the disrespect of many of her mainstream colleagues. To them, the lack of advanced trainingmade her books suspect has literary works and teachings tools. A few others, however, maintained that her art of historical investigation might actually have suffered if she had acquired a Ph.D degree. They point to the boring efforts of historians whose works, for the most part, lie buried on library shelves. Tuchman, on the other hand, succeeded in bringing history to the attention of the masses. 61. Which of the following is the best title for the passage? Pulitzer Prize-winning Historians The Works Of Barbara Tuchman An Account of the American Revolution Barbara Tuchman: A Unique Historian 62. According to the passage, Barbara Tuchman had the special ability to... make historical facts interesting write many bestselling books overcome the effects of advanced training limit her accounts to historical facts 63. In the passage, the word "others" could best be replaced by which of the following? literary works colleagues teaching tools common people 64. It can be inferred from the passage that many mainstream historians... view Tuchman with great respect suffered as a result of Tuchman's literary success
  14. dismissed Tuchman's works as literary prose never attained advanced degrees 65. Questions 65-69 Money is an international commodity that moves across continents almost as fast as moves across the street. One of the things that lures money across international borders is the rate of interest. If interest rates are higher abroad than at home, American businesses and investors will move their money out the the USA and into countries with higher interest rates. When domestic interest rates are higher, the flow of money will reverse. These international money flows are another constraint on monetary policy. Suppose the federal government wants to slow the economy by limiting money-supply growth. Such tight-money policies will tend to raise interest rates in the USA. A higher interest rate is supposed to curb domestic investment and consumer spending. But those higher U.S. interest rates will also be an attraction to foreign money. People holding dollars abroad will want to move more money to teh United States, where it can earn higher interest rates. Foreigners will also want to exchange cheir currencies for dollars, again in order to earn higher interest rates. As international money flows into the United States, the money supply will expand more quickly than the government desired. This will frustrate the government's policy objectives and may force it to increase the international value of the dollar, making it more difficult to sell U.S. exports. In sum, the internationalization of money is one more problem the federal government has to worry about when it conducst monetary policy. 65. This passage mainly discusses... international politics U.S. banking international money and money policy interest rates for foreign investors 66. The main idea of the passage is that... money is an international commodity. interest rates determine the flow of international money. the Fed controls the international money market internationalization of money will affect monetary policy 67. Which of the following would be the best title for this passage?
  15. Foreign Money in the USA Higher Interest Rates: A Cure for Financial Problems? International Constraints on Monetary Policy Take Your Money Abroad 68. What is the purpose of the passage? To discourage foreign investment To gain support for the federal government To argue for lower interest rates To discuss the effect of the flow of international money 69. Which of the following best describe the organization of the passage? A classification of monetary policies A criticism of current monetary policies A response to a proposal for a change in monetary policy An explanation of an issue in monetary policy 70. Questions 70-74: The world above the forest floor can be observed by all of us. Rarely, however, do we take the time to notice the teeming life and bustling activity that occurs beneath the ground we walk on. Of all soil-dwelling creatures, the most abundant are mites and springtails, insect-like creatures that literally eat their way through caverns of subterranean vegetation. The tiny, eight-legged mites lay their eggs on plant matter, which their larvae eat and convert into fresh soil. The bright-colored springtails are named for their ability to leap long distances during their search for decomposed plant matter to eat. Both mites and springtails are prey to a host of soil-dwelling predators. They thus anchor one end of the food chain that extends to higher forms of forest "lowlife", such as moles that feed on earthworjms and shrews that eat beetles. Those mammals, in turn, dig tunnels that function as underground byways for other subterranean species. Hibernating chipmunks, turtles, and salamanders sift and mix the soil when they burrow to winter dens. Cottontails and gray foxes excavate shallow dens as sanctuary from predators and harsh weather, while gray squirrels, hiding acorns for the lean season, further blend the earth. From microbe to people, thousands of species work the land upon which all life depends. 70. The passage states that which of the following are the most numerous
  16. inhabitants of the soil? Foxes and cottontails Earthworms and ants Mites and springtails Shrews and moles 71. According to the passage, all of the following are true about mites and springtails EXCEPT they make new soil they resemble insects they form the lower end of the food chain they hibernate for the winter 72. An example of predator and prey given in this passage is mites and springtails turtles and salamanders moles and earthworms gray squirrels and acorns 73. Which of the following are mentioned in the passage as living underground during the winter? Shrews Foxes Squirrels Salamanders 74. According to the author, the contribution that all the animals mentioned in the passage make to their habitat is they form the food chain they work the soil they find safety in the soil they convert plant material to new earth 75. Questions 75-78:
  17. Man's association and involvement with birds of prey is recorded as far back as the Middle Ages, so if you are interested in history, photography or bird-watching, you will enjoy a visit to the Hawk Conservancy. Here you can see birds of prey from many parts of the world including hawks, falcons, owls, eagles, vultures and kites. Owls vary enormously in size - from the dimunitive Scops Owl to the great Eagle Owl of the Scandinavian forests. The huge grotesque vultures contrast strangely with the grace and elegance of the falcons. Using old falconry methods to train our birds, hawks, falcons and eagles are flown free at intervals daily - and this really is a unique opportunity to appreciate the beauty and splendour of the bird in flight. At these demonstration times you have the opportunity to hold a bird of prey and to take photographs. If you would like to learn a little more about birds of prey, then our staff will be only too pleased to teach and pass on their enthusiasm and experience, as we believe education is the cornerstone of conservation. Try to come on a fine dry afternoon to make the best of your visit as our birds will not fly in wet weather. Weather permitting, flying demonstrations are usually given at 12 noon, 2pm, 3 pm, and 4 pm. The Conservancy offers educational facilities to schools and youth organizations at no extra charge on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each wek during term time. This includes a short introductory lecture and questionnaire for the children to complete , n addition to a full educational flying demonstration. To take advantage of these facilities, all parties must book at least sevens prior to the intended visit. Reduced rates for parties of twenty or over are available upon application. 75. If you go to the Hawk Conservancy, you will see birds of all kinds a selection of British birds of prey every European eagle birds of prey from all over the world 76. One of the main attractions of the Hawk Conservancy is seeing the birds flying free being able to handle all the birds helping to trains falcons being allowed to feed the birds by hand 77. There are afternoon flying demonstrations almost every hour unless you ask for special facilities
  18. as long as you don't mind paying extra provided there are enough people if the weather is good 78. Which party of school children would get reduced rates? A party of 12 booking 5 days before their Friday visit A party of 40 booking 4 days before their Monday visit A party of 25 booking 2 weeks before their Tuesday visit A party of 10 booking a month before their Saturday visit 79. Questions 79 - 83: What is the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome? Past research has suggested a link to the Epstein-Barr virus, but now many scientists are questioning that connection. New findings suggest that he Epstein-Barr virus is not a primary cause, but it may still trigger the illness. The symtoms may be due to a variety of things, rather than just one. Still, some researchers are sticking with the idea of Epstein-Barr virus causing the illness. They say that it is premature to make such a judgement. Chronic fatigue syndrome has been dubbed the "yuppie disease" by some since it is often diagnosed in professional women in their twenties and thirties. It may be the result of never recovering completely from illnesses such as the flu. Though the cuase is not clear, the symptoms are. To be called a chronic fatigue sufferer, one must have the debilitating illness for more than six months and must exhibit at least eight of the eleven symptoms, including sore throat, mild fever, and muscular aches. 79. With which of the following subjects is the passage mainly concerned? A disagreement between scientists Diseases affecting yuppies Causes and symptoms of an illness The relationship between a virus and an illness 80. Why is this illness often called "the yuppie disease?" It affects so many young professional women It has so many symptoms It is difficult to treat No one knows for sure what causes it
  19. 81. According to the passage, a sufferer of chronic fatigue syndrome... will be sick for about six months will have had the flu will have eleven symptoms will have sore throats, aches and fever 82. According to the passage, which of the following statements about chronic fatigue syndrome is best supported? A sufferer might never recover from it Scientists don't agree on the cause It is more common among women than men The Epstein-Barr virus can cause premature effects of the illness 83. Chronic fatigue syndrome will cause which of the following? Weakness Vomiting Rash Dizziness 84. Questions 84-88: Exposure to bright light may hold the key to helping people who suffer from jet lag and other sleep disorders. In a study of 14 men exposed to fluorescent lighting at various times during 1 24-hour stretch, research scientists have discovered that the body's natural alarm clock can be reset over a period of two or three days. This cuts in third the time required for adjustments in the body after long international flights. Dr. Charles Czeisler , director of the research team, believes that light has a direct biological effect on the sleep-wake cycle of the body. The hypothalamus; the brain's sleep regulator, is connected straight to nerves in the eye's retina. Dr. Czeisler's theory is that light impulses are the primary factor in resetting the sleep-wake cycle. This stands in contrast to accepted belief that light only indirectly affects the cycle by making it more difficult to sleep. 84. What is the main subject of this passge? Various ways to avoid jet lag and sleep disorders Benefits of fluorescent lighting
  20. The nature of the sleep-wake cycle The effect of light on the internal clcoks of humans 85. It can be inferred that resetting the body clock after long flights normally takes... between six and nine days almost exactly 24 hours around two to three days about four to five days 86. According to the passage, what is the hypothalamus? The body's control center for sleep The retina of the eye The sleep-wake cycle Light impulses 87. According to the passage, a traditional scientific belief is that light... has much effect on the body adjustments. should not prevent people from sleep. only indirectly influences the scleep-wake cycle. is the main regulator of the body's clock. 88. It can be inferred from the passage that Dr. Czeisler's theory... will completely eliminate all sleep disorders. is not yet accepted principal. has little practical application. is based primarily on guesswork. 89. Questions 89-94: During the 1920's the Broadway musical, now widely thought to be the United States's unique contribution to the universal list of theater genres, came into being. Its forebears were certainly the Viennese operettas of Franz Lehar and Oscar Straus. Yet the musical differs from them in that it utilizes a credible plot, music and lyrics of equal importance, strong chorus and ensemble work, and expert choreography. Unlike the earlier



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