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Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH, Khối D
Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút
Questions 1-5. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the
main stress in each of the following questions.
1. A. tendency B. difference C. importance D. incidence
2. A. diverse B. current C. justice D. series
3. A. bamboo B. cactus C. camel D. hummock
4. A. reserve B. service C. derive D. combine
5. A. eternal B. literate C. pessimist D. vulnerable
Questions 6 - 35. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
6. BARNEY & FRIENDS gave children pleasure.
A. a great deal of B. a large quantity C. a large deal of D. a great number of
7. Do you have any objections this new road scheme?
A. at B. with C. to D. for
8. Despite a lot of hardship, the Green City Project will go
A. before B. forward C. advance D. ahead
9. I'm sorry! I didn't break that vase on
A. my mind B. time C. purpose D. intention
10. I don't feel like to the cinema now.
A. go B. to have gone C. going D. to go
11. He has money in the bank.
A. a large number of B. a lots of C. a lot of D. lot of
12. There's a good film town.
A. at B. over C. on in D. in on
13. He isn't going to learn Spanish and
A. so isn't she B. neither is she C. she isn't too D. either she isn't
14. The policeman explained to us get to the market.
A. how B. how could C. how we could D. how could we
15. He's always trying me.

A. to avoid to meet B. avoiding meeting C. to avoid meeting D. avoiding to meet
16. Mr. Brown in the army from 1960 to 1980.
A. had served B. has served C. had been serving D. served
17. Would you please him speak about the new plan.
A. let B. allow C. ask D. tell
18. Although she is unkind, I can't help her.
A. like B. liked C. to like D. liking
19. Although Vicky looked pretty much the same after all those years, I noticed changes which made
her look even more beautiful than I remembered.
A. fair B. sensitive C. subtle D. joint
20. After hours of bargaining with the salesman, Jake bought the jacket for a of the original price.
A. fraction B. piece C. part D. spot
21. The football match tomorrow evening will be broadcast on TV and radio.
A. simultaneously B. communally C. uniformly D. jointly
22. Please fill in your employment history, including your employer as well as any previous ones you
might have had.
A. private B. daily C. constant D. current
23. Most museums in the city Day Passes at special rates for both pupils and students.
A. issue B. transmit C. print D. project
24. The woman someone had stolen her purse, but although they searched everyone in the shop, it
wasn't found.
A. accused B. enforced C. claimed D. warned
25. As I was of the change in the program, I arrived half an hour late for the rehearsal.
A. unaware B. unconscious C. unable D. unreasonable
26. The Best Invention this year was given to Jason Meyers.
A. Reward B. Brand C. Factor D. Award
27. On Christmas Eve, the family gathers for dinner, usually at my grandmother's house.
A. mere B. entire C. total D. complete
28. When the first Chinese restaurants opened in Greece, it was very difficult to get fresh of Chinese

A. provisions B. materials C. supplies D. ingredients
29. I find mending old socks incredibly that's why I always ask my mother to do it for me.
A. hilarious B. tedious C. furious D. recreational
30. Megan solved her computer problem quite she happened to mention it to a friend who had had the
problem and told her what to do.
A. occasionally B. clumsily C. accidentally D. attentively
31. Bill Gates is probably the best known and most successful in computer software.
A. pioneer B. navigator C. generator D. volunteer
32. My mother often our mistakes, whereas my father is very strict and punishes us for even the slightest
A. passes B. neglects C. avoids D. overlooks
33. When I joined the army, I found it difficult to out orders from my superiors, but I soon got used to
…… it.
A. call B. carry C. miss D. take
34. After nine months without any rain, the country was facing one of the worst in the last fifty years.
A. draughts B. floods C. eruptions D. droughts
35. What I like about this restaurant is that there is parking space right outside it.
A. plenty B. ample C. expanded D. big
Questions 36 - 45. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best
option for each of the blanks.
The Industrial Revolution in Britain was built on the use of machines in factories. Since the 1950s, Britain's
(36) industries have replaced machine operators with computers, and this (37) has led to a decline in
the number of (38) in many factories. Goods are bought and used much more than ever before but a lot
of these goods are imported. By the beginning of the 20th century, other industrial countries like the USA
were (39) with Britain's exports, and countries in the Far East have been able to provide cheaper
(40) since the 1970s. Areas located with heavy industries are suffering high unemployment. During the
last 30 years, there has been a constant rise in smaller industries (41) as "light industries". These ones
use electricity and are not (42) on raw materials such as coal so they are "footloose", i.e. they can be

located anywhere. They produce such things as washing machines or spare (43) Some of these
industries produce nothing at all, but provide services like distribution. The consumer boom of the 1980s
and the increased leisure time of most Britons have led to rapid (44) in service industries like banking,
tourism, retailing and information processing, and in industries which distribute, maintain, and repair
(45) consumer goods.
36. A. manufacturing B. big C. large D. running
37. A. replacementB. change C. exchange D. automation
38. A. employers B. employees C. labors D. servers
39. A. working B. familiar C. competing D. fed up
40. A. things B. products C. produce D. imports
41. A. considered B. regarded C. known D. worked
42. A. dependent B. reliable C. dependable D. command
43. A. details B. parts C. sections D. gadgets
44. A. growth B. increase C. expansion D. extension
45. A. everyday B. home C. household D. expensive
Questions 46 - 55. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best
answer to each of the following questions.
Animation traditionally is done by hand-drawing or painting successive frames of an object, each
slightly different than the preceding frame. In computer animation, although the computer may be the one to
draw the different frames, in most cases the artist will draw the beginning and ending frames and the
computer will produce the drawings between the first and the last drawing. This is generally referred to as
computer-assisted animation, because the computer is more of a helper than an originator.
In full computer animation, complex mathematical formulas are used to produce the final sequence of
These formulas operate on extensive databases of numbers that define the objects in the pictures as they
exist in mathematical space. The database consists of endpoints, and color and intensity information. Highly
trained professionals are needed to produce such effects because animation that obtains high degrees of
realism involves computer techniques for three-dimensional transformation, shading, and curvatures.
High-tech computer animation for film involves very expensive computer systems along with special

color terminals or frame buffers. The frame buffer is nothing more than a giant image memory for viewing a
single frame. It temporarily holds the image for display on the screen.
A camera can be used to film directly from the computer's display screen, but for the highest quality
images possible, expensive film recorders are used. The computer computes the positions and colors for the
figures in the picture, and sends this information to the recorder, which captures it on film. Sometimes,
however, the images are stored on a large magnetic disk before being sent to the recorder. Once this process
is completed, it is repeated for the next frame. When the entire sequence has been recorded on the film, the
film must be developed before the animation can be viewed. If the entire sequence does not seem right, the
motions must be corrected, recomputed, redisplayed, and rerecorded. This approach can be very expensive
and time consuming. Often, computer-animation companies first do motion tests with simple computer-
generated line drawings before selling their computers to the task of calculating the high-resolution,
realistic-looking images.
46. What aspect of computer animation does the passage mainly discuss?
A. The production process B. The equipment needed
C. The high cost D. The role of the artist
47. According to the passage, in computer-assisted animation the role of the computer is to draw the
A. first frame B. middle frames C. last frame D. entire sequence of frames
48. The word "they" in the second paragraph refers to
A. formulas B. databases C. numbers D. objects
49. According to the passage, the frame buffers mentioned in the third paragraph are used to
A. add color to the images B. expose several frames at the same time
C. store individual images D. create new frames
50. According to the passage, the positions and colours of the figures in high-tech animation are
determined by
A. drawing several versions B. enlarging one frame at a lime
C. analyzing the sequence from different angles D. using computer calculations
51. The word "captures" in the fourth paragraph is closest in meaning to
A. separates B. registers C. describes D. numbers
52. The word "Once" in the fourth paragraph is closest in meaning to
A. before B. since C. after D. while

53. According to the passage, how do computer-animation companies often test motion?
A. They experiment with computer-generated line drawings.
B. They hand-draw successive frames.
C. They calculate high-resolution images.
D. They develop extensive mathematical formulas.
54. The word "task" in the 4th paragraph is closest in meaning to
A. possibility B. position C. time D. job
55. Which of the following statements is supported by the passage?
A. Computers have reduced the costs of animation.
B. In the future, traditional artists will no longer be needed.
C. Artists are unable to produce drawings as high in quality as computer drawings.
D. Animation involves a wide range of technical and artistic skills.
Questions 56 - 65. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best
answer to each of the following questions.
The response of most animals when suddenly faced with a predator is to flee. Natural selection has acted in
a variety of ways in different species to enhance the efficacy of the behaviours, known as "flight
behaviours" or escape behaviours that are used by prey in fleeing predators. Perhaps the most direct
adaptation is enhanced light speed and agility.
Adaptations for speed, however, are likely to require sacrifices biter attributes, so we might expect only
some species to adopt a simple fast flight strategy.
Another way of enhancing the effectiveness of flight is to move in an erratic and unpredictable way. Many
species, like ptarmigans, snipes, and various antelopes and gazelles, flee from predators in a characteristic
zigzag fashion. Rapid unexpected changes in flight direction make it difficult for a predator to track prey.
In some species, like the European hare, erratic zigzag flight might be more effective in the presence of
predators that are faster than they are and straight light more effective against predators that are slower. One
observation that supports this suggestion is the recorded tendency for slow-flying black-beaded gulls, which
are normally able to escape predators by means of direct flight, to show frequent changes in flight direction
when they spot a peregrine falcon (peregrines are adept at capturing flying birds).
A quite different way of enhancing escape by flight is to use so-called "flash" behaviour. Here, the alarmed

prey flees for a short distance and then "freezes." Some predators are unexcited by immobile prey, and a
startling flash of activity followed by immobility may confuse them. "Flash" behaviour is used in
particular by frogs and orthopteran insects, which make conspicuous jumps and then sit immobile. In
some species, "flash" behaviour is enhanced by the display of bright body markings. Good examples of
insects with colourful markings are the red and yellow underwing moths. At rest, both species are a cryptic
brown color. When they fly, however, brightly coloured hind wings are exposed, which render the moths
highly conspicuous. Similarly, some frogs and lizards have brightly coloured patches or frills that may serve
a 'flash" function when they move quickly. Some species even appear to possess "flash" sounds. The loud
buzzing and clicking noises made by some grasshoppers when they jump may serve to emphasize the
56. The word "enhance" is closest in meaning to
A. encourage B. resist C. increase D. reveal
57. The description of the prey's movement as "zigzag" suggests that the movement is
A. reliable B. fast C. constant D. unpredictable
58. It can be inferred from the passage that the European hare
A. is faster than most of its predators B. is capable of two kinds of flight
C. is more likely to escape using straight flight D. is preyed upon by gulls and falcons
59. The behaviour of black-beaded gulls is most comparable to that of
A. gazelles B. European hares C. peregrine falcons D. frogs
60. It can be inferred that black-beaded gulls change direction when they spot a peregrine falcon for which
of the following reasons?
A. The falcons are faster than the gulls.
B. The gulls want to capture the falcons.
C. The falcons are unpredictable.
D. The gulls depend on the falcons for protection.
61. The word "alarmed" is closest in meaning to
A. moving B. selected C. frightened D. exhausted
62. All of the followings are mentioned as characteristics of "flash" behaviour EXCEPT
A. brief conspicuous activity B. immobility
C. bright body markings D. aggressive fighting

63. The phrase "in particular" is closest in meaning to
A. especially B. with difficulty C. expertly D. frequently
64. The hind wings of red and yellow underwing moths function in a way that is most similar to
A. the hind wings of peregrine falcons B. the zigzag flight of European hares
C. the colored patches on frogs D. the clicking of grasshoppers
65. Why does the author mention "grasshopper" in the last line?
A. To contrast animals that "flash" with animals that "freeze".
B. As an example of an animal whose "flash" behaviour is a sound.
C. To compare the jumping behaviour of insects and reptiles.
D. As an example of a predator that moths escape by using "flash" behavior.
Questions 66 - 70. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.
66. Chemical engineering is based on the principles of physics, chemists, and mathematics.
67. So when Whitman returned to the Pacific, over thousand settlers went with him.
68. Ancient people used pot for cooking, storing food, and carrying things from place to place.
69. Ancient people made a clay pottery because they needed it for their survival.
70. A paragraph is a portion of a text consists of one or more sentences related to the same idea.
Questions 71 - 75. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that has the same meaning as
the original one. Page 5
71. Without skilful surgery he would not have survived the operation.
A. Had it been for skilful surgery he would not have survived the operation.
B. He wouldn't have survived the operation if he hadn't had skilful surgery.
C. But for skilful surgery he would not have survived the operation.
D. With skilful surgery he would have survived the operation.
72. What Rachael does in her free time doesn't concern me.

A. What Rachael does in her free time is none of my business.
B. What Rachael does in her free time is not my concern.
C. I don't know what Rachael does in her free time.
D. What Rachael does in her free time is not concerned by me.
73. We couldn't have managed without my father's money.
A. Hadn't it been for my father's money, we couldn't have managed.
B. We could have managed with my father's money.
C. If we could managed, my father's money would be there.
D. If we couldn't have managed, we would have had my father's money.
74. I had only just put the phone down when the boss rang back.
A. I put the phone down when the boss rang back.
B. Hardly had I put the phone down when the boss rang back.
C. No sooner had I put the phone down when the boss rang back.
D. Scarcely had I put the phone down than the boss rang back.
75. While I strongly disapproved of your behaviour, I will help you this time.
A. Despite of my strong disapproval of your behaviour, I will help you this time.
B. Although I strongly disapproved of your behaviour, but I will help you this time.
C. Because of your behaviour, I will help you this time.
D. Despite my strong disapproval of your behaviour, I will help you this time.
Questions 76 - 80. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best sentence built from the given words
or phrases.
76. when 1/ airport/ plane/ already/ leave.
A. When I arrived the airport, the plane had already left.
B. When I got to the airport, the plane had already left.
C. When I reached at the airport, the plane already left.
D. When I came the airport, the plane had already left.
77. If/ weather/ fine/ an excursion/ tomorrow.
A. If the weather will be fine, we will go on an excursion tomorrow.
B. If the weather is fine, we will go on an excursion tomorrow.

C. If the weather is fine, we would go on an excursion tomorrow.
D. If the weather were fine, we would go on an excursion tomorrow.
78. She/ not alone/ when/ shopping/ yesterday.
A. She was not alone when she did shopping yesterday.
B. She is not alone when she go shopping yesterday.
C. She was not alone when she went shopping yesterday.
D. She had not been alone when she went shopping yesterday
79. a pity/ wish/ tell/ about/ this.
A. What a pity! I wish you had told us about this.
B. What a pity! I wish you told us about this.
C. What a pity! I wish you would tell us about this.
D. What a pity! I wish you have told us about this.
80. Only/ this way/ make/ laws/ effective.
A. Only by this way we can make our laws effective.
B. Only this way we can make our laws effective.
C. Only by this way can we make our laws effective.
D. Only by this way we can make it effective our laws.
Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH, Khối D
Đề 152
Câu Đáp án Câu Đáp án
1 C 41 C
2 A 42 A
3 A 43 B
4 B 44 A
5 A 45 C
6 A 46 A
7 C 47 B
8 D 48 D

9 C 49 C
10 C 50 D
11 C 51 B
12 C 52 C
13 B 53 A
14 C 54 D
15 C 55 D
16 D 56 C
17 A 57 D
18 D 58 B
19 C 59 B
20 A 60 A
21 A 61 C
22 D 62 D
23 A 63 A
24 C 64 C
25 A 65 B
26 D 66 C
27 B 67 D
28 C 68 A
29 B 69 A
30 C 70 B
31 A 71 C
32 D 72 A
33 B 73 A
34 D 74 B
35 B 75 D
36 A 76 B
37 D 77 B

38 B 78 C
39 C 79 A
40 b 80 C
Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH
I. Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words
1. A. canoeing B. cap C. appeal D. penalty
2. A. honorable B. honesty C. historic D. heir
3. A. washed B. laughed C. missed D. agreed
4. A. laughs B. loves C. travels D. robs
II. Find the word that has different stress from the rest.
5. A. personality B. rhinoceros C. biologist D. gorilla
6. A. sociable B. silverback C. journey D. incredible
7. A. rhinoceros B. habitat C. leopard D. elephant
8 A. vacancy B. category C. vertical D. psychology
III. Choose the best answer
9. A water polo match _______ into quarters ranging from five to eight minutes.
A. is dividing B. is divided C. divides D. dividing
10. My grandmother is very _______ in history.
A. interest B. interests C. interested D. interesting
11. Vietnamese athletes performed_______ and won a lot of gold medals
A. excellent B. excellently C. excellence D. excel
12. WHO’s main activities are carrying out research on medical _______ and improving international health
A. develop B. developing C. development D. develops
13. The more we learn, _______ .
A. The wiser we are B. we are wiser C. wiser we are D. the more wiser we
14.The weather is horrible at the moment, isn’t it? I hope it clears up later.
A. becomes brighter B. gets worst C. gets worse D. becomes darker

15.The Red List is a special book that provides names of ___________ animals
A. vulnerable and endangered B. dangerous
C. hunted D. extinct
16.Endangered species are plant and animal species which are in _____________
A at risk B. risky C. danger D. dangerous
17.Take an umbrella with you when you go out. It _________ later.
A. may rained B. must rain C. might rain D. need rain
18.There are a number of measures that should be _______ to protect endangered animals.
A. take B. takes C. taken D. took
19.Different conservation efforts have been made ___________ save endangered species.
A. in order to B. so to as C. so that D. in order that
20.I prefer scuba-diving to water polo ____________ it is adventurous.
A. since B. due to C. because of D. thank to
21. The waiter was not very good. _______________ , the food was delicious.
A. Therefore B. But C. However D. Although
22.She is the woman ____________ sister looks after the baby for us.
A. who B. whom C. that D. whose
23. ____________ about your difficult situation, I would have help you.
A. Had I known B. If I knew C. If I known D. Were I
24.Only ………………….people came to the press conference.
A. few B. little C. a few D. a little
IV. Read the passage and choose the best answer to each question below.
We are all destroying the earth. The seas and the rivers are too dirty to swim in. There is so much smoke in
the air that it is unhealthy to live in many of the world’s cities. In one well-known city, for example,
poisonous gases from cars pollute the air so much that traffic policemen have to wear oxygen masks.
We have cut down so many trees that there are now vast areas of land all over the world. As a result,
farmers in parts of Africa cannot grow enough food to eat. In certain countries in Asia there is too little rice.
Moreover, we do not take enough care of the countryside. Wild animals are quickly disappearing. For
instance, tigers are rare in India now and because we have killed too many for them to survive. However, it

isn’t enough simply to talk about the problem. We must act now before it is too late to do anything about it.
Join us now. Save the earth.
25. Why can’t we swim in the seas and the rivers?
A. because they are too dirty B. because they are too healthy
C. because they are too harmful D. because there is too much smoke
26. How is the air in many of the world’s cities?
A. It is very pure B. there is so much smoke in it
C. it is healthy to breathe it D. none are correct
27. What kinds of animals are rare in India now?
A. lions B. tigers C. elephants D. bears
28. The result of cutting down trees in Asia and Africa is________
A. farmers cannot grow enough to eat B. there is too little rice
C. a and b are correct D. a and b are incorrect
29. Wild animals are quickly disappearing because__________
A. we take care of the city B. we do not take care of the city
C. we take care of the countryside D. we do not take care of the countryside
V. Read the passage and choose the best option to each gap.
My home is in the air - I do an enormous amount of traveling. It is a fast life and (30) ______ of
work, but I like it and that is the only way (31) _______ me.
Everything is tiring - music, traveling - but what can I do? I am not (32) _________ to complaining.
It is hard to imagine now (33) _______ I will ever be very long in one place. My home town is on the
Caspian Sea. There is sea, wind, sun and (34) ______ many tourists and hotels. I have my own flat with
four or five rooms, but I am seldom there. If I am there for a day or two I prefer to (35) _________ with my
mother and grandmother. They live in a small house, (36) _________ it is very comfortable and my mother
cooks for me. I like good, simple food.
I have no wife, no brothers or sisters and my father (37) ______ when I was seven. He was an
engineer and I don't (38) ______ him very well. He liked music very much and wanted me to (39) _______
a musician.
30. A. most B. full C. complete D. more

31. A. for B. to C. in D. by
32. A. wanted B. taken C. used D. known
33. A. and B. so C. while D. that
34. A. far B. too C. much D. more
35. A. stay B. go C. do D. spend
36. A. but B. since C. even D. which
37. A. killed B. gone C. passed D. died
38. A. know B. remember C. remind D. see
39. A. become B. turn C. develop D. grow
VI. Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the given one.
40. The boy didn’t eat dinner until his mother came home.
A. It was not until his mother came home that the boy eats dinner.
B. It was not until his mother came home that the boy ate dinner.
C. It was not until his mother came home the boy ate dinner.
D. It was not until his mother came home that the boy didn’t eat dinner.
41. Emma hasn’t gone to the cinema for years.
A. Emma goes to the cinema every years.
B. Emma hasn’t gone to the cinema yet this year, but she did last year.
C. Emma doesn’t go to the cinema unless she has the time.
D. Emma hasn’t seen a film for a long time.
42. I didn’t eat anything because I wasn’t hungry.
A. If I was hungry, I would eat something
B. If I had been hungry, I would have eaten something
C. If I hadn’t been hungry, I would have eaten something
D. If I had eaten something, I would have been eaten something
43. “Why don’t you like pop music?”, the teenagers asked him.
A. The teenagers asked him why you didn’t like pop music.
B. The teenagers asked why you didn’t like pop music.
C. The teenagers asked him why he didn’t like pop music.
D. The teenagers asked him why he doesn’t like pop music.

44 . Do you have a good relationship with your boss?
A. Are you getting on well with your boss?
B. Are you going on well with your boss?
C. Are you behaving on well with your boss?
D. Are you keeping on well with your boss?
45. Ecologists say that our planet should be taken of.
A. Ecologists say that we should take care of our planet.
B. Ecologists say that we should take care our planet.
C. Ecologists say that we should be taken care of our planet.
D. Ecologists are said that we should take care of our planet.
VII. Identify one word or phrase that has a mistake(1.5m)
46.The computer games have been playing by many children since they appeared.
47. Because a pain in his leg, he walked slowly.
48. we met a deaf student which is very intelligent .
49. If they will build a new room for the children, the children may study better.
50. New York is originally called New Amsterdam although it was founded by the Dutch.

1B 2C 3D 4A 5A 6D 7A 8D 9B 10C
11B 12C 13A 14A 15A 16C 17C 18C 19A 20A
21C 22D 23A 24C 25A 26B 27B 28C 29D 30B
31A 32C 33D 34B 35A 36A 37D 38B 39A 40BD
41 42B 43C 44A 45A 46B 47A 48C 49B 50B


I. Choose one word whose stress pattern is different from the other.
1. A influential B. opportunity C. temperament D. expectation
2. A. government B. employment C. refusal D. redundant
3. A. improvement B. occasion C. believe D. interest
4. A. industrial B. interfere C. develop D. activity
5. A. extremely B. necessary C. nesesity D. co-operate
II. Choose the best answer to complete each unfinished sentence
6. Fortunately, the demonstration __________ to be quite peaceful.
A. turned into B. turned out C. turned off D. turned up
7. “ How much do you earn, Joe?”
“ I’d __________ “
A. rather don’t say B. better not to say C. rather not say D. prefer not say
8. The traffic in town was very ___________ and I arrived home earlier than expected.
A. light B. weak C. little D. few
9. The witness’s account was not ___________ with the facts.
A. matched B. reliable C. consistent D. confirmed
10. He is very ill, and the doctors are not sure whether he will ___________ it through the night.
A. last B. survive C. endure D. make
11. ____________ you have the money in your account, you can withdraw up to $100 a day.
A. Unless B. Although C. Provided that D. As soon as
12.I suggest we ___________ outside the cinema tomorrow at 8:30.
A. meet B. meeting C. met D. will meet
13.I hope we will be able to avoid ___________ anyone.
A. disappointment B. disappoint C. disappointed D. disappointing
14. Is he really ___________ to judge a brass band contest?
A. efficient B. skillful C. capable D. competent
15. No matter how angry he was he would never ___________ to violence.
A. resort B. recourse C. exert D. resolve

16. The move to a different environment had brought about a significant ___________ in Mary’s state of
A. impact B. effect C. influence D. change
17. His house is nothing out of the __________; it’s just an average five-room house.
A. normal B. usual C. ordinary D. typical
18. The school __________ a system of monthly tests in place of an annual exam.
A. took B. gathered C. collected D. adopted
19 “I think that the youth are high-flying but inexperienced” “____________ “
A. There’ s no doubt about it. B. Certainly C. Are you kidding me? D. It’s nice of you to
say so
20. What do you think of your new bookkeeper?”
- “He works __________ his figures never need __________.”
A. such efficiently that / to check C. so efficient that / checking
B. such an efficient that / to be checked D. so efficiently that / to be checked
21. It was a horrible ride through pouring rain. _________ he had a puncture and for the last hour had to
push the bicycle.
A. As a matter of fact B. To make matter worse C. Even so D. In fact
22. All through his life he remained _________ resentful of the way he had been abandoned by his parents
as a child.
A. fully B. seriously C. completely D. bitterly
23.: Do you still live there?
B: No, __________. We’ve moved to a new house.
A. not now B. I do not live C. any longer D. not yet
24. I’m not particular. I’ll wear __________ of your dresses that fits me.
A. some one B. that one C. which one D. any one
25. It is imperative that this letter __________ immediately.
A. were sent B. sent C. be sent D. send
26. The pub was so crowded that he could __________ get to the bar.
A. almost B. barely C. quite D. merely

27. . The teacher asked a difficult question , but finally Ted ___________ a good answer.
A. came up to B. came up for C. came up with D. came out of
28. I’ve had this cold for a week now. I just don’t seem to be able to shake it __________.
A. out B. over C. up D. off
29. It is not surprising that he became a writer because he always longed to see his name__________.
A. in type B. in print C. in letters D. in edition
30. Could you stand_________ for me and teach my English class tomorrow morning, John?
A. up B. down C. out D. in
31. Can you _________ out the answer to number 2?
A. check B. leave C. work D. go
32. The complaints he received were like water off a duck’s ___________.
A. back B. wings C. feather D. body
33. “Don’t forget to do as I have told you.” “_____________ “
A. Yes, I won’t B. No, I will remember C. Yes, I will D. No, I won’t
34. “How long does it take to get to the City Library from here?” “_____________ “
A. “Yes, it’s a long way” B. “ It isn’t very far“
C. “I am sorry I don’t know” D. “You can go there by bus”
35. We can form a negative verb by adding the prefix________ to the verb ”lead”.
A. un- B. dis- C. mis- D. im-
36.” Your parents must be proud of your result at school.” “______________ “
A. Sorry to hear that C. Thanks. It’s certainly encouraging C. I am glad you like it D. Of course
III. Choose the underlined word or phrase in each of the sentences that needs correcting.
37. Drug (A) addition has resulted (B) of many (C) destroyed careers, and (D) expulsions from school or
38. A future system of (A) solid waste (B) managements should begin with (C) reduction in the (D) amount
of waste.
39. A mosquito (A)is filled with blood (B) is carrying (C) twice its own body (D) weight.
40. (A) A desire to eradicate (B) irregular spelling in English (C) can trace back (D) to the sixteenth

41. Because (A) not food is (B) as nutritious for a baby as its mother’s milk. Many women are returning (C)
to the pratice of (D) breast feeding.
IV. Read the passage and choose A, B, C, D for each of the following blanks
Have you ever asked yourself what you are working for? If you have ever had the time to consider this
taboo question, or put it to others in moments of weakness or confidentiality, you (42) _________ well have
heard some or all of the (43)_________. It's the money, of course, some say with a smile, as if explaining
something to a child. Or it's the satisfaction of a task well-done, the sense of achievement behind the
clinching of an important (44) _________. I worked as a bus conductor once, and I can't say I (45)
_________ the same as I staggered along the swaying gangway trying to (46) _________ out tickets
without falling over to someone's lap. It's the company of other people perhaps, but if that is the (47)
_________, what about farmers? Is it the conversation in the farmyard that keeps them captivated by the
job? Work is power and sense of status say those (48) _________ have either attained these elusive goals, or
feel aggrieved that nobody has yet recognized their leadership qualities. Or we can blame it all on someone
else, the family or the taxman, I suspect, and I say this under my breath, that most of us work rather as Mr.
Micawber lived, hoping for something to (49) _________ up. We'll win the pools, and tell the boss what we
really think. We'll scrape together the (51)_________ and open that little shop we have always dreamed of,
or go round the world, or spend more time in the garden. One day, we'll get that (51) _________ we
deserve, but until then at least we have something to do. And we are so busy doing it that we won't have
time to wonder why.
42. A. might B. can C. will D. should
43. A. below B. rest C. following D. latter
44. A. deal B. position C. job D. engagement
45. A. enjoyed B. wished C. hoped D. felt
46. A. make B. turn C. issue D. give
47. A. one B. case C. question D. problem
48. A. people B. must C. who D. may
49. A. move B. turn C. ease D. end
50 A. resources B. opportunities C. riches D. money
51 A. ambition B. station C. vocation D. promotion
V. Reading comprehension:

TEXT 1. According to airline industry statistics, almost 90 percent of airline accidents are survivable
or partially survivable. But passengers can increase their chances of survival by learning and following
certain tips. Experts say that you should read and listen to safety instructions before takeoff and ask
questions if you have uncertainties. You should fasten your seat belt low on your hips and as tightly as
possible. Of course,, you should also know how the release mechanism of your belt operates. During takeoff
and landings you are advised to keep your feet flat on the floor. Before takeoff you should locate the nearest
exit and an alterative exit and count the rows of seat between you and the exits so that you can find them in
the dark if necessary
In the even that you are forewarned of the possible accident, you should put your hands on your
ankles and keep your head down until the plane come to complete stop. If smoke is present in the cabin, you
should keep your head low and cover your face with napkins, towels, or clothing. If possible, wet these for
added protection against smoke inhalation. To evacuate as quickly as possible, follow crew command and
do not take personal belongings with you. Do not jump on escape slides before they are fully inflated and
when you jump, do so with your arms and legs extended in front of you. When you get to the ground, you
should move away from the plane as quickly as possible, and never smoke near the wreckage
52. What is the main topic of the passage?
A. airline industry accident statistics
B. procedures for evacuating aircraft
C. guidelines for increasing aircraft passengers survival.
D. safety instructions in air travel
53. Travelers are urged by experts to read and listen to safety instructions ?
A. in an emergency B. before locating the exits
C. if smoke is in the cabin D. before take off
54. According to the passage, airline travelers should keep their feet flat on the floor
A. throughout the flight B. during takeoff and landings
C. especially during landings D. only if an accident is possible
55. According to the passage, which exits should an airline passenger locate before takeoff
A. the ones that can be found in the dark B. the two closest to the passenger’s seat
C. the nearest one D. the ones with counted rows of seats between them

56. It can be inferred from the passage that people are more likely to survive fires in aircrafts if they

A. keep their heads low B. wear a safety belt
C. don’t smoke in or near a plane D. read airline safety statistics
57. Airline passenger are to do all of the following EXCEPT
A. locate the nearest exist
B. ask questions about safety
C. fasten their seat belt before takeoff
D. carry personal belongings in an emergency
58. The word “evacuate” in the second paragraph is closes in meaning to_______.
A. evade B. abscond C. vacate D. forestall
59. The word “inflated” in the second paragraph is closes in meaning to_______.
A. lifted B. extended C. expanded D. assembled
60. What does the paragraph following the passage most probably discuss?
A. How to recover your luggage B. Where to go to continue your trip
C. When to return to the aircraft D. How to proceed once you are away from the aircraft
Text 2.
In the very distant geological past all animals were aquatic. The very first vertebrates, or animals with
backbones, of which we have any fossil record, lived in the water. These vertebrates, the fish, were adapted
to underwater living. Their streamlined bodies were covered with scales to reduce surface friction: they had
muscular tails so that they could swim swiftly in such a dense medium as water; and they were endowed
with gills for breathing underwater.
Descendants of fish-type ancestors crossed the seashore barrier and accommodated themselves to life on
land. As amphibians, they possessed limbs instead of fins and lungs instead of gills. But they never became
completely free of the bonds that tied them to the water; even today many amphibians return to the water to
lay their eggs.
Millions of years after the first clumsy amphibians crawled over the land, newer types of land dwellers
appeared; these animals gave rise to the present-day reptiles and mammals. They were more completely
converted for land dwelling, with bodies and biological activities far different from those of fish. With these
special adaptations, mammals have been able to colonize the woods and meadows, the deserts and high

mountains, often far removed from the sea.
61. Of the animals with backbones, the first to appear were
A. mammals B. fish C. amphibians D. birds
62. Fish are suited to underwater life because of their
A. scales B. gills C. streamlines shape D. All of the
63. In converting to land life, animals acquired
A. eyes B. lungs C. tails D. warm blood
64 .The word “descendants” in line 6 is closest in meaning to
A. descenders B. offspring C. grandchildren D. ancestors
65. The passage suggests that the first amphibians used their limbs to
A. swim B. crawl C. jump D. run
66 .An example of an amphibian’s incomplete adaptation to land life is its
A. return to water to lay eggs B. scales-covered skin
C. need to keep its skin wet D. inability to breath air
67 Animals found desert living possible only
A. when they became amphibious C. after they could walk on two feet
B. if they migrated to the sea periodically D. when they were fully adapted
68. The seashore was a barrier for descendants of fish type creatures in that
A. the land once rose much higher above the sea C. every attempt to cross it ended in death
B. crossing it required bodily changes D. once they crossed there was no return
69 .The word “They” in line 11 refers to
A. animals B. amphibians C. land dwellers D. reptiles and
70 .The adaptation process described in the article was accomplished
A. over millions of years B. through biological changes
C. by the receding of the seas D. over millions of years and through biological changes
VII. Choose the sentence among A, B, C, D that is closest meaning to the original sentence .
71. He never suspected that she was a witch.

A. Never has he suspect she was a witch. B. He used to think she was not a witch,
C. At no time did he suspect that she was a witch. D. What he thought was she was not a witch.
72. If only you told me the truth about the theft
A. You should have told me the truth about the theft
B. Only if you had told me the truth about the theft.
C. Had you had told me the truth , there wouldn’t have been the theft.
D. You only told me the truth if there was a theft.
73. The demand was so great that they had to print the book immediately.
A. So great the demand was that they had to reprint the book immediately.
B . So great was the demand so they had to reprint the book immediately.
C. So great was the demand that they had to reprint the book immediately.
D. So great the demand was , they had to reprint the book immediately
74. It is certain that the new cuts will worry the staff.
A. The new cuts certainly worry the staff.
B. The new cuts will be certainly worry the staff.
C. The new cuts will be bound to worry the staff.
D. The new cuts are bound to worry the staff
75. The minister's popularity suffered as a result of the scandal.
A. The scandal had a negative effect on the minister's popularity.
B. The scandal had bad effect to the minister's popularity.
C. The scandal influenced on the minister's popularity.
D. The scandal effected the minister's popularity.
VIII. Choose the sentence (A, B, C, D) that is best written based on the words provided.
76. Factory/ close down/ account/ economic depression//
A. The factory had to close down on account for the economic depression.
B. The factory was closed down on account of the economic depression.
C. The factory had to close down on account for economic depression.
D. The factory had to close down on account of the economic depression.
77. the author/ released/eared/last year/the book/a lot of money.
A. Released last year, the book earned the author a lot of money.

B. Released last year ,the author earned the book a lot of money.
C. The author released the book last year a lot of money earned.
D. The released book last year earned the author a lot of money.
78. classical music/speed/plant /grow.
A. Many types of classical music speed plants to grow.
B. Many classical music speed plant growth.
C. Many types of classical music speed plant growth.
D. Many types of classical music speed plants’ growth.
79. British/American/culture/time/see/valuable commodity.
A. British and American culture, time is seen as a valuable commodity.
B. In British and American culture, time sees as a valuable commodity.
C. In British and American culture, time is seen as a valuable commodity.
D. British and American cultures see time as a valuable commodity.
80. sport/serious/expensive business /hour/ training .
A. Sport is a serious and expensive business involving hours of daily training.
B. Sport is serious , expensive business involving hours of daily training.
C. Sport is a serious and expensive business of hours of daily training.
D. Sport is a serious and expensive business involving hour of daily training.
1C 2A 3D 4B 5B 6B 7C 8A 9C 10D
11C 12A 13D 14D 15A 16D 17C 18D 19A 20D
21B 22B 23A 24D 25B 26B 27C 28D 29B 30D
31C 32A 33D 34C 35C 36C 37A 38B 39A 40C
41A 42A 43C 44A 45D 46D 47B 48C 49B 50D
51D 52C 53D 54B 55B 56A 57D 58B 59B 60D
61B 62D 63B 64B 65B 66A 67D 68B 69C 70D
71C 72A 73C 74D 75A 76 77A 78C 79C 80A
QUESTION 1 -5: Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the word whose main stress I son the
syllable in the position which is different from that of the others. Identify your choice by circling letter A, B,

C or D on the answer sheet.
1. A. appropriate B. emotional C. pronounce D. situation
2. A. cultivate B. machine C. terminate D. operate
3. A. prediction B. judgment C. intelligent D. compulsion
4. A. personal B. entry C. personal D. sampler
5. A. accordance B. understand C. acupuncture D. incomplete
QUESTION 6 – 35 are incomplete sentences. Choose A, B, C or D as your best choice to complete each
sentence and then identify your choice by circling letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet.
6. Did you post that letter for me? – Oh, I’m sorry. I completely forgot. I ________________ it
A. ‘m going to do B. are doing
C. will do D. would do
7. what shall we have for dinner? – I don’t know. I can’t make up my mind. We ____ some fish or
A. are going to B. will have
C. are having D. have
8. I think Mary ____ the present you bought for her.
A. will likeB. likes C. is going to like D. liked
9. The ceiling in this room doesn’t look very safe. It looks as if it ____ down.
A. would fall B. falls C. is going to fall D. is falling
10. It’s 1:45 now and I have an interview at 2:00. I ____ late.
A. will be B. would be C. ‘m going to be D. am
11. He ____ me by asking me stupid questions while I am working.
A. annoys B. quarrels C. damages D. interferes
12. I am ____ tired to think about that problem at the moment.
A. simply B. nearly C. far too D. much more
13. I remember ____ the front door when I left home this morning.
A. to lock B. locking C. locked D. to have locked
14. There was no ____ in waiting longer than an hour so we left.

A. good B. point C. worth D. use
15. The child was told to eat all his food or ____ he would get no ice-cream.
A. in case B. else C. instead D. in fact
16. ____ you have no key, you have to get back before I go out.
A. although B. provided C. as D. unless
17. The question of late payment of bills was ____ again at the board meeting
A. risen B. raised C. brought D. taken
18. ____ the time you get to the theatre, the play will have finished.
A. until B. in C. by D. on
19. Since his father died, his closet ____ is his cousin.
A. relative B. friend C. person D. neighbour
20. James should have stayed out of the sun as his skin is so ____.
A. sensible B. sensitive C. insensible D. senseless
21. Have you any objections ____ this new road scheme?
A. with B. for C. at D. to
22. To get a passport, you must send in your birth ____ and two photos.
A. certificate B. licence C. paper D. card
23. The job was more difficult than I ____ expected it to be.
A .would B. had C. have D. might
24. She wrapped the small parcel in paper and tied it with ____.
A. wire B. string C. rope D. line
25. He just couldn’t open he jar ____ hard he tried.
A. whatever B. however C. moreover D. even
26. Their washing machine was out of ____ so they couldn’t wash any clothes.
A. activity B. work C. order D. condition
27. Could you ____ me how to use this new telephone?
A. explain B. show C. say D. remember
28. His wife’s death was a terrible shock and it took him a long time ____ it.
A. get round B. come through C. go over D. get over
29. They would like to move to New York, but their children will never agree ____ .

A. with going B. to go C. with go D. going
30. When she looked in her purse she found that her money had been ____ .
A. broken B. thieved C. stolen D. robbed
31. I have told him never ____ here again.
A. come B. comes C. came D. to come
32. A good friend will ____ you when you’re having problems.
A. stand by B. stand out for C. stand against D. stand in
33. The fruit tasted sweet, rather ____ a peach.
A. more B. like C. as D. similar
34. Her car’s outside so I suppose she ____ have arrived.
A. must B. can C. should D. ought
35. My sister is an expert on wildlife and its ____.
A. conversation B. preservation
C. reservation D. conservation
QUESTION 36 – 45: Read the following passage carefully and then choose the best option to fit each
space. Identify your choice by circling letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet.
If you’ve been told by your boss to improve your knowledge of a foreign language you will know that
success doesn’t come quickly. It generally takes years to learn another language well and constant (36)
____ to maintain the high standards required for frequent business use. Whether you study in a class,
with audiocassettes, computers or on your (37) ____ sooner or (38) ____ every language course finishes
and you must decide what to do next if you need a foreign language for your career.
Business audio Magazine is a new product designed to help you continue language study in a way that
fits easily into your busy schedule. Each audiocassette (39) ____ of an hour – long program packed with
business news, features and interviews in the language of your choice. These cassettes won’t teach you
how to order meals or ask for directions. It’s (40) ____ that you can do that already. Instead, by giving
you an opportunity to hear the language as it’s really spoken, they help you to (41) ____ your
vocabulary and improve your ability to use real language relating to, for example, that all- important
marketing trip.
The great advantage of using audio magazines is that they (42) ____ you to perfect your language skills

in ways that suit your lifestyle. For example, you can select a topic and listen in your car or hotel when
away on business. No other business course is as (43) ____ and the unique radio- magazine format is as
instructive as it is entertaining. In addition to the audiocassette, this package includes a transcript with a
business glossary and a study (44) ____. The components are structured so that intermediate and
advanced students may use them separately or together, (45) ____ on their ability.
36. A. exercise B. performance C. practice D. operation
37. A. self B. individual C. personal D. own
38. A. after B. then C. later D. quicker
39. A. consists B. includes C. contains D. involves
40. A. insisted B. acquired C. asserted D. assumed
41.A. prolong B. extend C. spread D. lift
42. A. allow B. let C. support D. offer
43. A. adjustable B. flexible C. convertible D. variable
44. A. addition B. supplement C. extra D. manuscript
45. A. according B. depending C. relating D. basing
QUESTION 46 – 50: Read the following passage carefully and answer the question that follow by
circling letter A, B, C or D as the correct answers and then mark your choice on the answer sheet.
Every word on a label describing a food, a drug, a cosmetic or a medical device is important in
protecting you and your family from buying an inferior product, from misusing a good one, from being
tricked by dangerous quackery, or from unknowingly possessing an item harmful to health.
A label must not be misleading. This restriction is somewhat vague and therefore cannot prevent all
violations. Although the government tries to eliminate all misleading labels, the consumer must
nevertheless be always on guard. Just because a can of sardines has a fancy- sounding foreign name,
don’t take for granted that the fish were imported. It is the law, too, that manufacturers must list their
names and places of their business on their labels.
Manufacturers must use common names in identifying their products so that anyone can readily
understand what he is buying. Synthetic foods must be prominently labeled as artificial. Food composed
of two or more ingredients must bear labels listing all ingredients in the order of predominance.
46. According to the article, the main purpose of a label is to ____.
A. attract the consumer B. protect the consumer

C. list the ingredients D. protect the manufacture
47. Careful reading of the label will prevent ____.
A. misuse of a product B. buying an inferior product
C. buying a harmful product D. A, B and C
48. The author suggests that ____.
A. some label are misleading in spite of government inspection.
B. all labels are misleading.
C. most labels are vague.
D. the government does nothing about misleading labels.
49. A foreign name on a label ____.
A. is never misleading
B. always indicates that the product is an import.
C. may lead one to believe that the product is an import.
D. is never completely truthful.
50. The most important ingredient of a product must be listed ____ .
A. first B. last C. in the middle D. as artificial
QUESTION 52 – 55: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow by
circling letter A, B, C or D as the correct answer and then mark your choice on the answer sheet.
Charles Eliot, taking over at Harvard in 1869 at the age of 35, pioneered a break with the traditional
curriculum. The usual course of studies at American universities emphasized classical and humanistic
courses, classical languages, mathematics, ethics and rhetoric; and each institution prescribed a rigid
program of required courses. Under Eliot’s leadership, Harvard dropped most of its required courses in
favour of an elective system and increased its course offerings to stress the physical and social sciences,
the fine arts and modern languages. Soon other institutes in all sections of the country were following
Harvard’s lead. Eliot was also influential in bringing about important reforms in professional education.
He renovated the Harvard medical and law schools, raising the requirements and lengthening the
residence period, and again the Harvard model affected the other schools. Improved technical training in
other professions accompanied the advances in medicine and law. Both state and private universities
hastened to establish schools of architecture, engineering, education, journalism and business.

Although Harvard was one of the first universities to found a graduate school, the recognized center for
graduate study, based on the German system with the highest award, was John Hopkins.
51. What did Charles Eliot do at Harvard?
A. He started studies under a rigid program.
B. He introduced modern studies.
C. He removed all classical studies.
D. He selected students under an elective system.
52. According to the passage, after 1869 students at Harvard were ____.
A. given a wide selection of subjects to choose from.
B. allowed to choose any subject at all to study.
C. required to study physical and social sciences
D. unable to follow classical and humanistic courses
53. Under Charles Eliot’s influence at Harvard, students who wished to become doctors and lawyers had
to ____ .
A. study for longer hours.
B. conform to a required Harvard model
C. reach a higher academic level
D. act in a professional way.
54. We understand from the passage that John Hopkins University ____ .
A. offers the best graduate prizes
B. provides an excellent German education
D. has the oldest established graduate school
55. The overall effect of Charles Eliot’s reforms was to ____ .
A. standardize professional education
B. diminish the other universities
C. lower the prestige of classical and humanistic studies
D. widen the academic curriculum
QUESTION 56 -60: In these sentences, each one has four underlined words or phrases marked A, B, C
and D. Choose the one word or phrase which must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct by

circling letter A, B, C or D and then mark your choice on the answer sheet.
56. My friend has just won the first prize in perform folk dance.
57. For welcoming my foreign friends, we are celebrating a big party.
58. We spent a week to preparing for our concert.
59. I prefer to watch a live concert to listening to music on the radio.
60. I often listen music when I have free time.
QUESTION 61 – 70: Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the sentence which has the same
meaning as the original one and mark your choice on the answer sheet.
61. She turned the radio at 7:30. She was still listening to it when her mother came home at 9:00.
A. She has been listening to the radio at 7:30.
B. She had been listening to the radio since 7:30.
C. She has been listening to the radio after 7:30.
D. She has been listening to the radio by 7:30.
62. She knows a lot more about it than I do.
A. I don’t know as mush about it as she does.
B. I don’t know as mush about it as she did.
C. I didn’t know as mush about it as she does.
D. I didn’t know as mush about it as she did.
63. The moon doesn’t have the atmosphere, neither does the planet Mars.
A. Neither the moon or the planet Mars has the atmosphere.
B. Either the moon nor the planet Mars has the atmosphere
C. Neither the moon nor the planet Mars has the atmosphere.
D. Either the moon or the planet Mars has the atmosphere.
64. The referee was being escorted from the football field by strong police guards.
A. Strong police guards were escorting the referee at the football field.

B. Strong police guards were escorting the referee into the football field.
C. Strong police guards were escorting the referee from the football field.
D. Strong police guards were escorting the referee towards the football field.
65. The bank manager turned down his request for a home loan.
A. His request for a home loan was turned down by the bank manager.
B. His request for a home loan was turned up by the bank manager.
C. His request for a home loan was turned upside by the bank manager.
D. His request for a home loan was turned off by the bank manager.
66. Temperature is measured by a thermometer.
A. A thermometer is used to measure temperature.
B. A thermometer is used for measure temperature.
C. A thermometer is used with measure temperature.
D. A thermometer is used on measure temperature.
67. They think that the owner of the house has gone abroad.
A. The owner of the house is thought to go abroad.
B. The owner of the house is thought to have been going abroad.
C. The owner of the house is thought to have been gone abroad.
D. The owner of the house is thought to have gone abroad.
68. My suit needs to be cleaned before the interview but I’m busy to do that.
A. I must have my suit cleaned before the interview.
B. I must clean my suit before the interview.
C. I must have my suit to be cleaned before the interview.
D. I must have my suit cleans before the interview.
69. What a pity I failed the entrance exam.
A. I wish I had passed the entrance exam.
B. I wish I have passed the entrance exam.
C. I wish I will pass the entrance exam.
D. I wish I pass the entrance exam.
70. Maria eats very little so as not to put on weight.

A. Maria eats little very because she wants to lose the weight.
B. Maria eats very little because she wants to lose the weight.
C. Maria eats very little because she wants weight to lose.
D. Maria eats very little because lose the weight she wants to.
QUESTION 71 – 80: Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the best sentence which is made
up from the given cue words and then mark your choice on the answer sheet.
71. / know / Linda / mine / engage / friend / you / ? /.
A. Do you know that Linda will be engaged with a friend of mine?
B. Do you know that Linda will be engaged up a friend of mine?
C. Do you know that Linda will be engaged to a friend of mine?
D. Do you know that Linda will be engaged for a friend of mine?
72. / panic / there / people / building / realize / be / fire /.
A. There was panic among people when they realized that the building was on fire.
B. There was among people panic when they realized that the building was on fire.
C. There was panic among people when they have realized the building that was on fire.
D. There was panic among people when they had realized that was on fire the building.
73. / stop / driver / car / time / child / save.
A. The driver had stopped the car in time to save the child.
B. The driver stops the car in time to save the child.
C. The driver has stopped the car in time to save the child.
D. The driver stopped the car in time to save the child.
74. / bad weather / despite / decide / house / build / carry / we /.
A. Despite the bad weather we decided to carry out building the house.
B. Despite the bad weather we decided to carry off building the house.
C. Despite the bad weather we decided to carry up building the house.
D. Despite the bad weather we decided to carry on building the house.
75. / my brother / I / not think / mistake/ make / that / purpose.
A. I don’t think that my brother made that mistake for purpose.
B. I don’t think that my brother made that mistake on purpose.
C. I don’t think that my brother made that mistake with purpose.

D. I don’t think that my brother made that mistake at purpose.
76. / made / mind / we / not invite / party / them.
A. We made off our mind not to invite them to our party.
B. We made up our mind not to invite them to our party.
C. We made for our mind not to invite them to our party.
D. We made with our mind not to invite them to our party.
77. / return / spaceship / Earth / by 6 pm / next Monday.
A. The spaceship will have turned to the Earth by 6 pm next Monday.
B. The spaceship have returned to the Earth by 6 pm next Monday.
C. The spaceship will be returned to the Earth by 6 pm next Monday.
D. The spaceship will return to the Earth by 6 pm next Monday.
78. / tired / I / too / be / do /to / anything / today.
A. I’m too tired doing anything today.
B. I’m too tired do anything today.
C. I’m too tired to do anything today.
D. I’m too tired for doing anything today.
79. / we / to / arrange / meet / theatre / at / the / John / to / arrive / fail /.
A. We had arranged to meet at the theatre so John failed to arrive.
B. We had arranged to meet at the theatre but John failed to arrive.
C. We had arranged to meet at the theatre because John failed to arrive.
D. We had arranged to meet at the theatre therefore John failed to arrive.
80. / be / there / three / students / choose / best / ones / among.
A. There are three students be chosen among the best ones.
B. There are three students choosing among the best ones.
C. There are three students to choose among the best ones.
D. There are three students chosen among the best ones.
1D 11A 21D 31D 41B 51B 61B 71C
2B 12C 22A 32A 42A 52A 62A 72A

3B 13B 23B 33B 43B 53C 63C 73D
4C 14B 24B 34A 44B 54C 64C 74D
5A 15B 25B 35D 45B 55D 65A 75B
6C 16C 26C 36C 46B 56D 66B 76B
7B 17B 27B 37D 47D 57A 67D 77A
8A 18C 28D 38C 48A 58C 68A 78C
9D 19A 29B 39A 49C 59A 69A 79B
10C 20B 30C 40D 50A 60B 70B 80D
Môn Thi: ANH VĂN – Khối D
Thời gian: 90 phút, không kể thời gian giao đề
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest in each group.
1. a. mammal b. material c. saddle d. manage
2. a. table b. lady c. labour d. captain
3. a. cost b. most c. host d. post
4. a. there b. chair c. clear d. hair
5. a. dear b. beard c. beer d. heard
Pick out the word that has the stress pattern different from that of the other words.
6. a. computer b. museum c. important d. visitor
7. a. calculator b. intelligent c. impossible d. American
8. a. compare b. compose c. company d. consist
9. a. artificial b. aristocrat c. arithmetic d. argument
10.a. maintain b. entertain c. fountain d. retain
Choose the most appropriate answer from a, b, c or d.
11.The scientific study of the life and structure of plants and animals is called ______.
a. biology b. philosophy c. geography d. physic
12.The process of finding somebody / something, or learning about something that was not
known about before is called a /an ______.
a. finding b. experiment c. discovery d. development

13.The science of numbers and shapes is called ______.
a. physics b. mathematics c. biology d. politics
14.When you ______food, you chance it into substances that your body can use.
a. cure b. digest c. invent d. fee
15.A force of attraction that causes objects to move towards each other is called ______.
a. electricity b. Evolution c. gravitation d. invention
16.Christopher Columbus ______ the New Continent quite by chance.
a. invented c. experimented
b. discovered d. developed
17.The telephone was ______ by Graham Bell.
a. discovered b. cured c. appointed d. invented
18.Issac Newton had to do many ______ before he could produce an electric lamp.
a. discoveries b. inventions c. experiments d. developments
19.Most of the experiments are carried out in ______ .
a. laboratories b. farms c. fields d. schools
20.Charles Darwin was the father of the ______ of evolution.
a. practice b. project c. theory d. problem
Read the passage and then decide which word (a, b, c or d) best fits each space.
It is estimated (the (21) ______ number is not known that worldwide some 60,000
newspapers exists, with a (22) ______ circulation of nearly 500 million. However, the number of
readers is (23) ______ greater-as many as three times the circulation figure.
This is because newspapers are shared, some are posted, and (24) ______ placed in
libraries and other (25) ______ places. Worldwide, about 8,000 of these newspapers are dailies.
About a third of all newspapers are published in North America, (26) ______ third in Europe,
and the (27) ______ third in the rest of the world. Countries with the highest newspaper (28)
______ are Britain, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Japan, and the United States. Europe has
nearly half of the world's total newspaper circulation, North America about a quarter, and the
rest of the world another quarter. Taking the world (29) ______ , the average circulation of
dailies per 1,000 persons is about 100, but there are many parts of the world where the modern

newspaper is (30) ______ ever seen.
21.a. correct b. exact c. right d. precise
22.a. combined b. connected c. linked d. mixed
23.a. even b. more c. far d. very
24.a. the rest b. another c. the others d. others
25.a. public b. common c. open d. shared
26.a. the next b. the other c. another d. the last
27.a. spare b. extra c. left d. remaining
28.a. readers b. readership c. buyers d. subscribers
29.a. as a whole b. in all c. generally d. on general
30.a. not b. almost c. scarcely d. seldom
Choose the word or phrase that best completes the sentence.
31.It's quite a long way, isn't it? We ______ about five miles by the time we get back, I'd say.
a. have walked c. will have walked
b. had walked d. would have walked
32.You can apply for a better job when you ______ more experience
a. have b. had c. have had d. had had
33.______ I leave home ______ the journey is because the buses aren't so crowded.
a. The earlier the easier c. The earlier the easy
b. The early the more easy d. The early the most easy
34.We ______ that game when we were younger.
a. use to play c. used to play
b. used playing d. use to play
35.If Mathew ______ his alarm clock, he wouldn't have overslept.
a. have set b. set c. had set d. was setting
36.I decided to stay at home last night. I would have gone out if I ______ so tired.
a. wasn't b. weren't c. wouldn’t have been d. hadn’t been
37.Why did you stay at a hotel when you went to New York? You with ______ Barbara.
a. can stay c. could have stayed

b. could stay d. have stayed
38.Linda has lost her passport again. It's the second time this ______.
a. has happened c. happened
b. happens d. to happen
39.She tried to be serious but she couldn't help ______.
a. laughing c. that she laughed
b. to laugh d. laugh
40.'Do you know where ______?' 'No, he didn't say.'
a. Tom has gone c. has gone Tom
b. has Tom gone d. Tom go
41.We gave ______ a meal.
a. at the visitors c. the visitors
b. for the visitors d. to the visitor
42.The ______ produced at our factory in Scotland.
a. good are b. good is c. goods are d. goods is
43.Is that my key, or is it ______ ?
a. the yours b. you c. have had d. yours
44.She doesn't live here ______.
a. no longer b. some more c. no more d. any longer
45.The young man seems very ______.
a. sensible b. sense c. sensibly d. senses
46.I'm not very good ______ repairing things.
a. at b. for c. in d. with
47.My boys always postpone ______ things.
a. done b. do c. to do d. doing
48.A friend of mine phoned ______ me to a party.
a. for invite c. so that inviting
b. to invite d. invited
49.He's lazy. He never does ______ work.
a. some b. any c. no d. none

50.I'll be in London next week. I hope to see Tom ______ there.
a. while I will be c. during I will be
b. while I am d. during I am
Choose the underlined part (a, b, c, or d) that is incorrect.
51. The rain came sudden and everybody got wet because nobody
a b c
had an umbrella.
52. Children nowadays seem to be more intelligenter than their
a b
parents when they were at the same age.
c d
53. When I came in, my father was talking to anyone so I went
a b c
out quietly.
54. I want to try on the blue skirt over there. Can you showing me
a b c d
the changing room?
55. Can you make me a cup of coffee? No, there are no coffee left.
a b c d
56. Ha Anh can now speak English more well than the last time I met him.
a b c d
57. I am sorry that I could not go to your birthday party. Any
a b c
problems occurred and I could not go.
58. There are many ways to do this exercise but mine is the best good one
a b c d

59. She can sing very beautiful and dance very gracefully but she
a b
cannot do any difficult math exercise.
c d
60. With this type of exercise, reads the questions first and then
a b
read the text to find the correct answer.
c d
Read the passage and choose the best answer.
Our demand for water is constantly increasing. Every year there are more and more
people in the world. Factories turn out more and more products and need more and more water.
We live in a world of water. But almost all of it - about 97%-is in the oceans. This water is too
salty to be used for drinking, farming, and manufacturing. Only about 3% of the world's water is
fresh. Most of this water is not easily available to man because it is locked in glaciers and
There is as much water on earth today as there ever was or will ever be. Most of the
water we use finds its way to the oceans. There, it is evaporated by the sun. It then falls back to
the earth as rain. Water is used and reused over again. It is never used up. Although the world
as a whole has plenty of fresh water, some regions have a water shortage. Rain does not fall
evenly over the earth. Some regions are always too dry, and others too wet. A region that
usually gets enough rain may suddenly have a serious dry spell and another region may be
flooded with too much rain.
61.All of the following statements can be inferred from the text EXCEPT
a. We need more and more water.
b. The population of the world is increasing every year.
c. Most of the world’s water is locked in glaciers and icecaps.
d. Factories also need more water.
62.Which of the following is NOT true about the world’s water?
a. The vast majority of the world’s water is ocean (or salty) water.
b. Ocean water is salty enough to be used for drinking, farming, and manufacturing.

c. Most fresh water is locked in glaciers and icecaps.
d. The percentage of fresh water is very small.
63.What can be inferred about water?
a. The amount of water on earth is always the same.
b. Water will probably be exhausted.
c. Water can be used once only.
d. Most of the water we use is rain water.
64.It can be inferred from the text that ______
a. no region in the world suffers from a lack of fresh water.
b. rain does not fall equally everywhere on earth.
c. the world has plenty of fresh water in comparison with salty water.
d. a region that usually gets enough rain hardly ever has a dry spell.
65.The phrasal verb “turn out” in the second line is closest in meaning to.
a. sell b. prove to be c. switch off d. produce
Choose the sentence (a, b, c or d) which has it similar meaning to the original sentence.
66.George is a better mechanic than Arthur.
a. Arthur is not better than George at being a mechanic.
b. Arthur is not such a good mechanic as George.
c. Arthur is not better mechanic than George.
d. Arthur is worse than George at being a mechanic.
67. “Please let me borrow your bike, “ he said to her.
a. He asked her if she could let him borrow her bike.
b. He asked her to borrow your bike.
c. He asked her whether she would let him borrow her bike
d. He asked her to let him borrow her bike.
68.I wish I had chosen English to study at school.
a. The speaker studied English and now regrets doing so.
b. The speaker is not studying English.
c. The speaker regrets not choosing English to study at school.

d. The speaker regrets having chosen English to study.
69.The book interested me more than the film.
a. I thought the book was more interesting than the film.
b. I thought the book was more interested than the film.
c. I thought the book was as interesting as the film.
d. I thought the book was not as interesting as the film.
70.The teacher did not allow the class to leave before 4:30.
a. The teacher made the class to stay until after 4:30.
b. The teacher made the class not leave until after 4:30.
c. The teacher made the class stay until after 4:30.
d. The teacher made the class leave after 4:30.
71.You need to support your ideas with facts and __________.
a) numbers b) figures c) informations d) material
72.By and __________, the pupils are well-behaved.
a) by b) from c) forward d) large
‘By and large’ has a similar meaning to ‘in general’
73.I’m sick and __________ of studying grammar!
a) cross b) tired c) ill d) bored
74.I never read the instruction manual. I learned how to use the computer by trial and
a) error b) mistake c) test d) experiment
75.Yesterday the Prime Minister made an important speech on the subject of law and
a) rule b) legal c) punishment d) order
76.Let’s settle this argument once and for __________.
a) ever b) all c) always d) once
77.When she died, she gave ________ all her money to a charity for cats.
a. away b. out c. on d. off












charging for

78.You boy! Don’t walk ________ when I’m speaking to you.
a. on b. to c. away d. out












to someone.
79.He’s fallen ________ his motorbike and broken his shoulder.
a. off b. away c. out of d. down