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Chän ph¬ng ¸n (A hoÆc B,C,D) øng víi phÇn tõ mµ phÇn g¹ch ch©n
cã c¸ch ph¸t ©m kh¸c víi c¸c tõ cßn l¹i trong mçi c©u.
1. A. together B. tolerate C. gossip D. foray
2. A. delicate B. concentrate C. private D. accurate
3. A. submarine B. subnormal C. supper D. subjective
4. A. hatred B. wretched C. naked D. asked
5. A. example B. exactly C. exaction D. jazz
Chän ph¬ng ¸n ®óng (A hoÆc B,C,D) ®Ó hoµn thµnh mçi c©u sau.
6. My uncle wishes he __________ time when he was young.
A. wouldn't waste B. didn't waste C. hasn't waste D. hadn't wasted
7. only when you grow up __________ the truth.
A. you know B. you will know C. do you know D. will you know
8. Jefi wants to look his best at the wedding so he's __________.
A. to get made a suit B. make a suit
C. having a suit made D. having made a suit
9. Nowhere in the world __________ such fine emeralds as in Colombia.
A. tourists can purchase B. where tourists can purchase
C. can tourists purchase D. that tourists can purchase
10. __________ a movie to be interesting, it has to have an interesting story.
A. In order for B. So that C. In order that D. In order to
11. Jan didn t check she has enough petrol before she left, __________ was careless of her.
A. what B. which C. it D. that
12. __________ he took off his dark glasses, I recognized him.
A. Whenever B. Then C. As soon as D. While
13. "Did you go to a movie last night?"
"Yes, but I __________ home"
A. would rather have stayed B. would rather stayed
C. would stay D. would rather stay
14. " How do you like American food?"
"Well, it's not bad. I __________ hot dogs and hamburgers."
A. have used to eat B. use to eat
C. used to eating D. am used to eating
15. __________ at the train station will surprise your mother.
A. You are B. You being C. You to be D. Your being
16. baseball gloves made for __________ use are costly because of their fine workmanship.
A. profession B. professionally C. professional D. professioned
17. That __________ film deals with workers in China.
A. document B. documentary C. documental D. documentally
18. The Us Constitution guarantees __________ under the law.
A. equalness B. equally C. equal D. equality
19. It is important for children to feel acceptance, __________ and love from their parents.
A. security B. securely C. secure D. securitiness
20. There are __________ statistics about the traffic accidents.
A. frighten B. frightening C. frightened D. fright
21. Dinner will be ready soon. Can you please __________ the table?
A. lay B. settle C. make D. put
22. If you want a good flat in London, you have to pay through the __________ for it.
A. month B. car C. nose D. teeth
23. Mr. Jones has __________ painting since he retired.
A. taken up B. taken of C. taken over D. taken in
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- 24. Modern buildings should __________ with the surrounding area.
A. suit B. fit C. blend D. join
25. In the old days, people believed that the world was flat and ships would fall off the
A. boundary B. edge C. border D. limit
§äc kü ®o¹n v¨n sau vµ chän ph¬ng ¸n ®óng (A hoÆc B,C,D) cho mçi
What short of job do you looking for? Much depends (26)__________ your long-term aim. You
need to ask (27)__________ whether you want to specialize in a particular field, work your
(28)__________ up to higher levels of responsibility or (29) __________ of your current employment
into a broader field.
This job will be studied very carefully when you send your letter of (30)__________ for your next
job. It (31)__________ show evidence of serious career planning. (32) __________ important, it
should extend you, develop you and give you increasing responsibility. Incidentally, if the travel bug is
biting, (33)__________ is the time to pack up and go. You can do temporary work for a
(34)__________; when you return, pick up where you have (35)__________ off and get the second
26. A. for B. on C. of D. with
27. A. you B. if C. yourself D. oneself
28. A. path B. road C. way D. street
29. A. out B. off C. into D. over
30. A. applicants B. application C. form D. employment
31. A. will B. would C. should D. may
32. A. Less B. Even C. Almost D. Most
33. A. then B. now C. so D. such
34. A. day B. time C. while D. ages
35. A. came B. left C. taken D. paid
§äc kü ®o¹n v¨n sau vµ chän ph¬ng ¸n ®óng (A hoÆc B,C,D) cho
mçi chç trèng:
THE PERFECT PARTNER
A long and happy (36)__________ is something that many people wish for, but finding the right
partner is (37)__________ more difficult than you might imagine. A friend of mine, Susan, had not
been very successful in her attempt to find the perfect partner, and she was beginning to lose heart and
feel rather (38)__________. One day she happened to hear someone (39)__________ about a
computer dating agency which could help you to find the ideal partner. Susan immediately
(40)__________ an appointment to see someone at the agency, then waited to see (41)__________
would happen. The agency arranged a meeting with a "suitable" partner at the local railway station a
week later, although I (42)__________ her not to go. My friend arrived a few minutes early but could
see no one who matched the (43)__________ of the man in the photograph she had been sent. She
noticed a man waiting under the station clock and (44)__________ a bunch of flowers, but there was
no one else around. Suddenly the man started chatting to her and, after a while, asked her if she would
like to go and have a coffee. Not until much later did they come to the conclusion that they had both
been waiting for each other! When they had both (45)__________ from the shocked, they decided that
the computer had been right after at all!
36. A. honeymoon B. wedding C. marriage D. engagement
37. A. so B. much C. too D. lot
38. A. depressed B. ashamed C. embarrassed D. bored
39. A. mentioning B. telling C. talking D. relating
40. A. did B. had C. set D. made
41. A. that B. what C. which D. who
42. A. advised B. urged C. suggested D. whispered
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- 43. A. look B. appearance C. gesture D. manner
44. A. fetching B. wearing C. carrying D. holding
45. A. returned B. recovered C. reviewed D. realized
§äc kü ®o¹n v¨n sau vµ chän ph¬ng ¸n ®óng (A hoÆc B,C,D) cho
The Stone Age was a period of history which began in approximately 2 million B.C and lasted until
3000 B.C. It name was derived from the stone tools and weapons that modern scientists found. This
period was divided into the Paleolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic Ages. Turing the first period (2
million to 8000 B.C), the first hatchet and use of fire for heating and cooking were developed. As a
result of the Ice Age, which evolved about 1 million years into the Paleolithic Age, people were forced
to seek shelter in caves, wear clothing, and develop new tools.
During the Mesolithic Age (8000 to 6000 B.C), people made crude pottery and the first fish hooks,
took dogs hunting, and developed the bow and arrow, which were used until the fourteenth century
The Neolithic Age (6000 to 3000 B.C) saw humankind domesticating sheep, goats, pigs, and cattle,
being less nomadic than in previous eras, establishing permanent settlements, and creating
46. Into how many periods was the Stone Age divided?
A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5
47. The word "derived" is the closest in meaning to
A. originated B. destroyed C. hallucinated D. discussed
48. Which of the following was developed earliest?
A. Fish hook B. Hatched C. Bow and arrow D. Pottery
49. Which of the following developments is not relate to the conditions of the Ice Age?
A. Farming B. Clothing C. Living indoors D. Using fire
50. The word "crude" is closest in meaning to
A. extravagant B. complex C. vulgar D. primitive
51. The author states that the Stone Age was so named because
A. it was very durable like stone
B. the tools and weapons were made stone
C. there was little vegetation
D. the people lived in stone caves
52. The word "nomadic" is closest in meaning to
A. sedentary B. wandering C. primitive D. inquisitive
53. With what subject is the passage mainly concerned?
A. The Neolithic B. The Paleolithic
C. The Stone Age D. The Ice Age
54. Which of the following best describes the Mesolithic Age?
A. People were inventive B. People stayed indoors all the time
C. People were warriors D. People were crude
55. The word "eras" is closest in meaning to
A. families B. periods C. herds D. tools
§äc kü ®o¹n v¨n sau vµ chän ph¬ng ¸n ®óng (A hoÆc B,C,D) cho
In the distance he heard the whistle and the train moved slowly across what I sounded like an iron
bridge and came to a halt. It was a sixth stop since they had left Berlin.
Billy Fenwick lay very stiffly in his upper berth of the sleeping compartment and he knew that it was
the sixth stop because he'd counted every one of them. He also knew that the time was exactly twenty-
five minutes to two and that they should be almost half-way to the border by now. Every other minute
he glanced at the luminous dial of his wristwatch, a treasured possession given to him on his ninth
birthday. Anything to pass the time, to stop him from falling asleep, to keep him from starting at the
blind which, in the blue light of the bulb over the door, looked like a sheet of shiny metal.
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- But he shouldn't be frightened because he was nine years old now. A great big boy, as they kept
telling him. Mummy had promised him that there were no monsters outside, it was just his
imagination. Robin wasn't frightened and he was only five and a half. Billy leaned over and looked
down at his brother, who was curled up fast asleep with his head buried in the pillow. He looked so
still he might have been dead.
No, Robin wasn't frightened, but why should he be? Robin was too young to know why the blinds
were pulled down so tightly. He couldn't picture the cold desert outside with the white-faced people
who stood and watched the trains. Robin didn't realize that at every stop there was danger, that at any
moment the people would start coming towards them and, if the train didn't start again soon, one of
them might raise his hand, open the window and begin to climb in.
And two of them were there now. Sweat ran down his forehead as he listened. Yes, footsteps were
coming across the tracks, somebody was speaking in a low voice, somebody laughed, and there was a
tapping noise just below the window. He pulled the blankets up tightly to his chin and tried not to
scream, though at any moment he knew the window would come down and he would see a hand in
under the blind. The tapping stopped, there was another deep laugh and he could picture fingers feeling
for the window catch. Then the carriage creaked, the wheels started to turn. They were on their way
again and he was safe.
56. Billy was lying stiffly in the berth because __________
A. he wasn't very comfortable. B. he was afraid.
C. he was counting the stops. D. he had trouble with his back.
57. Why did Billy keep looking at his watch?
A. he wanted to know the time. B. he was very proud of it.
C. it helped him stay awake. D. it was a birthday present.
58. Billy didn t want to look at the window blind because __________
A. it was made of dull metal. B. it was behind him
C. the blue light was shining on it. D. he was afraid of what was behind it.
59. Why was Billy ashamed of being scared?
A. he was older than his brother. B. his brother was older than him.
C. his mother thought he was a baby. D. he had promised his mother that he wouldn't be.
60. When Billy looked at his brother __________
A. he thought he was dead. B. he saw he was lying stretched out on the bed.
C. he noticed his head was under the pillow. D. he saw he was fast asleep.
61. Why wasn't Robin afraid?
A. he understood about the blinds.
B. he had too much imagination.
C. he couldn't draw the scene outside the window.
D. he wasn't old enough to understand the danger.
62. What did Billy imagine at every stop?
A. he would become dangerous. B. the train wouldn't start again.
C. someone outside would put his hand up. D. someone might enter the compartment.
63. When the train stopped Billy could hear __________
A. someone speaking to himself. B. a loud knock below the window.
C. someone telling a joke. D. several different sounds.
64. Billy felt like screaming because __________
A. he could imagine the window opening. B. he couldn't hear anything.
C. the train started suddenly. D. the noise stopped.
65. From the story what do we understand about Billy's character?
A. he was sensitive and imaginative. B. he was sensible and clever.
C. he was artistic and easily frightened. D. he was fearless and kind.
Chän c©u ®óng nhÊt (øng víi A, B, C hoÆc D) ®îc thµnh lËp tõ tõ
vµ c¸c tõ gîi ý:
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- 66. it/ be/ careless/ you/ not/ to/ close/ windows/ last night/.
A. It was careless to you to not close all the windows last night.
B. It was careless to you not to close all the windows last night.
C. It was careless of you to not close all the windows last night.
D. It was careless of you not to close all the windows last night.
67. Tom/ promise/ keep/ contact/ us/ he/ France/.
A. Tom promised to keep contact with us while he was in France.
B. Tom promised keeping contact us while he was in France.
C. Tom promised keeping contact with us while he was in France.
D. Tom promised to keep contact us while in France.
68. Two miles/ long/ distance/ old man/ jog/ everyday/.
A. Two miles are a long distance for such old an man to jog everyday.
B. Two miles are a long distance for such old man to jog everyday.
C. Two miles are a long distance for so an old man to jog everyday.
D. Two miles are a long distance for such an old man to jog everyday.
69. never/ life/ I/ see/ mess/ this/.
A. Never in my whole life had I seen such a mess like this.
B. Never in my whole life have I seen such a mess like this.
C. Never in my whole life did I see such a mess like this.
D. Never in my whole life do I see such a mess like this.
70. bank manager/ make/ hand over/ money/.
A. The bank manager made hand over the money.
B. The bank manager was made hand over the money.
C. The bank manager made to hand over the money.
D. The bank manager made to hand over the money.
Chän ph¬ng ¸n (A hoÆc B,C,D) øng víi tõ/ côm tõ cã phÇn g¹ch
ch©n cÇn ph¶i söa trong c¸c c©u sau:
71. The officials object to them wearing long dresses for the inaugural dance at the country club.
A B C D
72. Janet is finally used to cook on an electric stove after having a gas one for so long.
A B C D
73. He knows to repair the carburetor without taking the whole car apart.
A B C D
74. Stuart stopped to write his letter because he had to leave for the hospital.
A B C D
75. Each of the students in the accounting class has to type their own.
A B C D
Chän ph¬ng ¸n (A hoÆc B,C,D) øng víi c©u cã nghÜa gÇn nhÊt víi
mçi c©u cho s½n sau:
76. The film didn't come up to my expectations.
A. The film was as good as I expected. B. I expected the film to be longer.
C. I expected the film to end more abruptly. D. The film fell short of my expectations.
77. It doesn't matter to them which film they go to.
A. No matter what film are shown, they never go. B. They have a good taste for films.
C. Which film they go to matters more than the cost. D. They don't mind which film they go to.
78. We could just discern the buildings through the fog.
A. We could hardly see the buildings through the fog.
B. We could imagine the buildings through the fog.
C. We could just make out the buildings through the fog.
D. The fog prevented us from seeing the buildings.
79. Their chances of success are small.
A. It's very likely that they will succeed. B. They will definitely be successful.
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- C. It's not very likely that they will succeed. D. They won't have any chance of being successful.
80. We had a flat tire, so it took three hours longer than usual to get there.
A. It took us three extra hours to get there. B. It usually takes us three hours to get there.
C. We usually have a flat tire. D. It usually takes longer to get there.
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