Môn tiếng anh (đề 19)
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 questions.
1. A. enterprise B. prevention C. fertilize D. implement
2. A. accompany B. comfortable C. interview D. dynamism
3: A. effectiveness B. satisfaction C. accountancy D. appropriate
4: A. secure B. oblige C. vacant D. equip
5: A. representative B. characteristic C. technological D. punctuality
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
6: She on her computer for more than two hours when she decided to stop for a rest.
A. has worked B. has been working C. was working D. had been working
7: It’s nice I am now in LonDon again. This is the second time I there.
A. will be B. would be C. was D. have been
8: Realizing he got lost, he started to help.
A. call for B. call at C. go for D. go to
9: I my Mum by cooking dinner for her.
A. cheered up B. looked up C. waited for D. felt like
10: He told everyone that he had flu, but in fact, he had just a cold.
A. come up with B. come down with C. gone in for D. maked up for
11: “If we can’t afford a car, we’ll just have to one.”
A. do with B. put up with C. do without D. catch up with
12: has she behaved like that before.
A. Only by B. When C. For D. Never
13: A good essay must contain enough interesting ideas and specific exam but also have good organization.
A. in addition B. either C. not only D. as well
14: “You should stop working too hard you’ll get sick. ”
A. or else B. if C. in case D. whereas
15: Although he was , he agreed to play tennis with me.
A. exhaustion B. exhausted C. exhausting D. exhaustive
16: In order to avoid boredom, the most important thing is to keep on .
A. occupation B. occupied C. occupant D. occupational
17: Creat a new and put all your files into it.
A. directory B. direction C. director D. directing
18: She was finding it difficult to stay during the meeting.
A. wakening B. wakened C. waking D. awake
19: He carried a(n) driving license.
A. artificial B. unfaithful C.untrue D. false
20: As the drug took , the patient bacame quieter.
A. effect B. force C. influence D. action
21: You’re very quiet today. What have you got on your ?
A. spirit B. attention C. mind D. brain
22: Instead of doing their own painting and papering, they hired a firm of decorators.
A. inside B. inward C. internal D. interior
23: -“More coffee? Anybody?”
- “ “
A. I don’t agree, I’m afraid. B. I’d love to
C. Yes, please D. It’s right, I think
24: -“Do you like the weather here?”
-“I wish it ”
A. doesn’t rain B. didn’t rain C. won’t rain D. hadn’t rained
25: -“Oh, I’m really sorry!”
- “ ”
A. It was a pleasure. B. That’s all right. C. Thanks. D. Yes, why?
26: They made the fried chicken by the mixing flour with water the chicken.
A. few B. a few C. little D. a little
27: You the washing-up. I could have done it for you.
A. needn’t have done B. hadn’t to do C. couldn’t have done D. mustn’t have done
28: of the shop, my friend come in.
A. Coming out B. On coming out C. When coming out D. As I came out
29: “Never say that again,. ?”
A. won’t you B. do you C. don’t you D. will you
30: Widespread forest destruction in this particular area.
A. must have seen B. ought to see C. could have seen D. can be seen
31: anything suspicious arise, please let me know at once.
A. Should B. Would C. Can D. Did
32: In some countries, on moral that education should not be taxed, there is no tax on books.
A. principle B. idea C. concept D. reason
33: Students are often advised to look at the first and last of a book before attempting to read it in detail.
A. paragraphs B. headings C. chapters D. titles
34: He travels for 20 years and then he decided to return home.
A. father away B. far and wide C. far from it D. farthest of all
35: I several musicians around that time.
A. came up with B. made friends to C. got back to D. made the acquaintance of
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 36 to 45.
Statesmen define a family as “a group of individuals having a common dwelling and related by blood, adoption or marriage, (36) includes common-law relationships.” Most people are born into one of these groups and (37) live their lives as a family in such a group. Although the definition of a family may not change, (38) relationship of people to each other within the family group changes as society changes. More and more wives are (39) paying jobs, and, as a result, the roles of husband, wife and children are changing. Today, men expect to (40) for pay for about 40 years of their lives, and, in today’s marriages (41) which both spouses have paying jobs, women can expect to work for about 30 to 35 years of their lives. This mean that man must learn to do their share of family tasks such as caring for the children and daily (42) chores. Children, too, especially adolescents, have to (43) with the members od their family in sharing household tasks. The widespread acceptance of contraception has meant that having (44) is as matter of choice, not an automatic result of marriage. Marriage itself has become a choice. As alternatives (45) common-law relationships and single-parent families have become socially acceptable, women will become more independent.
36: A. which B. That C. what D. it
37: A. must B. need C. would D. will
38: A. a B. any C. some D. the
39: A. taking B. making C. keeping D. performing
40: A. live B. work C. hope D. ask
41: A. in B. for C. with D. to
42: A. home B. family C. house D. household
43: A. carry B. deal C. cooperate D. combine
44: A. time B. families C. happiness D. children
45: A. similar to B. like C. such as D. or else
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 46 to 55.
Since water is the basis of life, composing the greater part of the tissues of all living things, the crucial problem of desert animals is to survive in a world where sources of flowing water are rare. And since man’s inexorable necessity is to absorb large quantities of water at frequent intervals, he can scarely comprehend that many creatures of the desert pass their entire lives without a single drop.
Uncompromising as it is, the desert has not aliminated life but only those forms unable to withstand its desiccating effects. No moistskinned, water-loving animals can exist there. Few large animals are found. The giants of the North American desert are the deer, the coyote, and the bobcat. Since desert country is open, it holds more swift-footed running and leaping creatures than the tangled forest. Its population is largely nocturnal, silent, filled with reticence, and ruled by stealth. Yet they are not emaciated.
Having adapted to their austere environment, they are as healthy as animals anywhere else in the word. The secret of their adjustment lies in the combination of behavior and physiology. None could survive if, like mad dogs and Englishmen, they went out in the midday sun; many would die in a matter of minutes. So most of them pass the burning hours asleep in cool, humid burrows underneath the ground, emerging to hunt only by night. The surface of the sun-baked desert averages around 150 degrees, but 18 inches down the temperature is only 60 degrees.
46: The title for this passage could be .
A. “Desert Plants” B. “Life Underground”
C. “Animal Life in a Desert Environment” D. “Man’s Life in a Desert Environment”
47: The word “tissues” in the passage mostly means .
A. “the smallest units of living matter that can exist on their own”
B. “collections of cells that form the different parts of humans, animals and plants”
C. “very smal living things that cause infectious disease in people, animals and plants”
D. “the simplest forms of life that exist in air, water, living and dead creatures and plants”
48: Man can hardly understand why many animals live their whole life in the desert, as .
- sources of flowing water are rare in a desert
- water is an essential part of his existence
- water composes the greater part of the tissues of living things
D. very few lagre animals are found in the desert
49: The pharse “those forms” in the passage refers to all of the following EXCEPT
A. water-loving animals B. the coyote and the bobcat
C. moist-skinned animals D. many large animals
50: According to the passage, creatures in the desert .
A. run and leap faster than those in the tangled forest
B. run and leap more slowly than those in the tangled forest
C. are more active during the day than those in the tangled forest
D. are not as healthy as those anywhere else in the world
51: The author mentions all the following as examples of the behavior of desert animals EXCEPT .
A. they sleep during the day B. they dig home underground
C. they are noisy and aggressive D. they are watchfull and quiet
52: The word “emaciated” in the passage mostly means .
A. “living or growing in natural conditions, not kept in a house or on a farm”
B. “able to get what one wants in a clever way, especially by tricking or cheating”
C. “large and strong, difficult to control or deal with ”
D. “thin and weak because of lack of food and water”
53: According to the passage, one characteristic of animals living in the desert is that
A. they are smaller and fleeter than forest animals
B. they are less healthy than animals living in other places
C. they can hunt in temperature of 150 degrees
D. they live in an accommodating environment
54: The word “burrows” in the passage mostly means .
A. “places where insects or other small creatures live and produce their young”
B. “holes or tunnels in the ground made by animals for them to live in”
C. “structures made of metal bars in which animals or birds are kept”
D. “places where a particular type of animal or plant is normally found”
55: We can infer from the passage that .
A. living things adjust to their environment B. water is the basis of desert life
C. desert life is colorful and diverse D. healthy animals live longer lives
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 56 to 65.
Psychologists have debated a long time about whether a child’s upbringing can give it the ability to do outstandingly well. Some think that it is impossible to develop genius and say that it is simply something a person is born with. Others, however, argue that the potential for great achievement can be developed. The truth lies somewhere between these two extremes.
It seems very obvious that being born with the right qualities from gifted parents will increase a child’s ability to do well. However, this ability will be fully realized only with the right upbringing and opportunities. As one psychologist says, “To have a fast car, you need both a good engine and fuel.”
Scientists have recently assessed intelligence, achievement, and ability in 50 sets of identical twins that were separated shortly after birth and brought up by different parents. They found that achievement was based on intelligence, and later influenced by the child’s environment.
One case involving very intelligent twins was quoted. One of the twins received a normal upbringing, and performed well. The other twin, however, was brought up by extremely supportive parents and given every possible opportunity to develop its abilities. That twin, though starting out with the same degree of intelligence as the other, performed even better.
This case reflects the general principle of intelligence and ability. The more favorable the environment, the more a child’s intelligence and ability are developed. However, there is no link between intelligence and the socioeconomic level of a child’s family. In other words, it does not matter how poor or how rich a family is, as this does not affect intelligence.
Gifted people cannot be created by supportive parents, but they can be developed by them. One professor of music said that outstanding musicians usually started two or three years earlier than ordinary performers, often because their parents had recognized their ability. These musicians then needed at least ten years’ hard work and training in order to reach the level they were capable of attaining.
People who want to have very gifted children are given the following advice:
- Marry an intelligent person.
- Allow children to follow their own interests rather than the interests of the parents.
- Start a child’s education early but avoid pushing the child too hard.
- Encourage children to play; for example, playing with musical instruments is essential for a child who wants to become an outstanding musician.
56: The upbringing of highly intelligent children requires .
A. an expensive education B. good musical instruments
C. parental support and encouragement D. wealthy and loving parents
57: The word “others” used in the first paragraph refers to .
A. other people B. other scientists C. other children D. other geniuses
58: When scientists studied intelligence and ability in twins, they found that .
A. ability depends mainly on intelligence and achievement
B. intelligence and development are irrelevant to ability
C. ability depends both on intelligence and on environment
D. different twins generally have different levels of ability.
59: Scientists chose twins for their study because .
A. each twin has the same environment as his/her twin
B. they are born into the same family, hence the same upbringing
C. they have the same economic background and hence the same opportunities
D. they have the same genetic background, usually with similar intelligence
60: How were great musicians different from ordinary musicians in their development?
A. Their ability was realized at an early stage and then nutured.
B. They practice playing their instruments for many years.
C. They concentrated on music to the exclusion of other areas.
D. They were exceptionally intelligent and artistic.
61: The writer advises that gifted children should be allowed to follow .
A. their own interests B. their parent’s interests
C. only their interests in musical instruments D. only their interests in computer games
62: When encouraging their gifted children, parents should avoid .
A. pushing their children too hard. B. letting them play their own way
C. permitting them to follow their own interests D. starting their education at an early age
63: The remark: “To have a fast car, you need both a good engine and fuel.” in the passage means that in order to become a genius .
A. you need to have good health and good nourishment
B. you need intelligence and you need to develop it
C. you should try to move quickly and efficiently
D. you must nourish your brain and train your muscles hard
64: The word “favorable” in the passage mostly means .
A. “good for someone and making him/her likely to be successful”
B. “helping somebody to be more intelligent compared to other people”
C. “of high quality or an acceptable standard”
D. “under the control or in the power of somebody else”
65: All of the following statements are true EXCEPT .
A. educational development depends completely on economic well-being
B. a child’s intelligence is influenced by that of his/ her parents
C. to become successful, a child needs both native intelligence and development
D. studying different twins is a useful scientific procedure
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
66: If you have no cash, you can charge this dinner of your credit card.
A B C D
67: She had to leave because she didn’t see eyes to eyes with her boss.
A B C D
68: Do you know that there is a high rate in interest on this loan?
A B C D
69: Students suppose to read all the questions carefully and find out the answers to them.
A B C D
70: With the development of the Internet and the World Wide Web, businessmen do not hardly have as much
A B C
traveling as they used to.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
71: After seeing the movie “Pride and Prejudice”, .
A. many people wanted to read the book B. the reading of the book interested many people C. the book was read by many people D. the book made many people want to read it
72: It is essential .
A. that everyone to know what to do when there is a fire
B. for everyone who knows what to do in the event of fire
C. that everyone know what to do when there is a fire
D. for everyone knowing what to do in the event of fire
73: The instructions from air traffic control were not fully explicit, and .
A. so that the pilot made an error and crashed B. as a result, the pilot made an error and crashed
C. therefore the pilot made it crash D. resulting from the pilot crashing the plane
74: Recent evidence makes it possible for the investigators to conclude that .
A. some paintings by Rembrandt were faked B. some paintings by Rembrandt must be faked
C. Rembrandt was attituded to some paintings D. some paintings by Rembrandt to be faked
75: In bacteria and other organisms, .
A. it is the DNA that provides the genetic information
B. which is the DNA that provides the genes
C. the DNA providing the genetic information
D. the DNA that provides the genetic information
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct and natural way of combining of each pair of sentences given.
76: He felt very tired. However, he was determined to continue to climb up the moutain.
A. He felt so tired that he was determined to continue to climb up the mountain.
B. Feeling very tired, he was determined to continue to climb up the mountain.
C. As the result of his tiredness, he was determined to continue to climb up the mountain.
D. Tired as he might feel, he was determined to continue to climb up the mountain.
77: The Prime Minister set up a committee of financial experts. They were to help him discuss and formulate new policies.
A. The Prime Minister, who is a financial expert, set up a committee to discuss and formulate new policies.
B. A committee consisting of financial experts was set up by the Prime Minister to help him discuss and formulate new policies.
C. The Prime Minister, who was helped by financial experts, set up a committee to discuss and formulate new policies
D. A committee consisting of financial experts who were helped by the Prime Minister discussed and formulated new policies.
78: Some economists argue that new technology cause unemployment. Others feel that it allows more jobs to be created
A. Arguing that new technology causes unemployment, other economists, feel that it allows more jobs to be created.
B. Besides the argument that new technology causes unemployment, some economists feel that it allows more jobs to be created.
C. Some economists argue that new technology causes unemployment whereas others feel that it allows more jobs to be created.
D. Some economists argue that new technology causes unemployment, so others feel that it allows more jobs to be created.
79: One student failed because he completely ignored the instructions on the paper. The instrustions appeared at the top of every page.
A. One student failed to ignore the instructions printed at the top of every page of the paper.
B. No matter how completely one student ignored the instructions printed at the top of every page of the paper, he failed.
C. One student failed because he completely ignored the instructions appearing at the top of every page of the paper.
D. Even though one student ignored the instructions printed at the top of every page, he failed.
80: She heard the news of the death of her mother. She fainted.
A. On hearing the news of her dead mother, she fainted.
B. On hearing the news of her mother’s death, she fainted.
C. She fainted so she heard the news of the death of her mother.
D. She fainted and then she heard the news of the death of her mother.
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