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Trường THPT Việt Đức Năm học 2010- 2011


Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút (Không kể thời gian phát dề)
( Phần bài trắc nghiệm- học sinh tô câu trả lời bằng bút chì vào phiếu trả lời) PART ONE : Multiple choice questions (Questions1 to 50) A. PHONOLOGY (10points) 1. Find the word that has its underlined part pronounced differently from the other three in each question. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A. massage A. dimension A. increase A. apology A. beloved B. carriage B. expansion B. ink B. classify B. naked C. voyage C. confusion C. pink C. testify C. ploughed D. dosage D. tension D. thank D. verify D. learned

2. Choose the word (A, B, C or D) whose main stress pattern is not the same as that of the others. 6. A. philosopher B. patriot C. atmosphere D. habit 7. A. pollute B. severe C. tragic D. humane 8. A. economical B. personality C. preparatory D. entertainment 9. A. interrupt B. interview C. intervene D. interstellar 10. A. mechanic B. terrific C. Arabic D. Pacific B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR (25points) Choose the best answer among A,B,C or D to complete each sentence. 11. My mother used to ………. research in this library when she was a student. A. make B. do C. making D. doing 12. Let’s go to the beach this weekend, ………… ? A shall we B. do we C. don’t we D. will we 13. I wish he ……….. that. A. doesn’t say B. didn’t say C. hasn’t said D. hadn’t said 14. My father has gone away. He’ll be back ……… a week. A. for B. at C. until D. in 15. Don’t do this all at once; Do it little .................... little. A. by B. to C. from D. with 16. In ten year’s time the population of the world…................... to 500 million. A. grows B. is growing C. has grown D. will have grown 17. We didn’t the station in time to catch the train. A. get B. reach C. arrive D. approach 18. I don’t think that purple shirt .............. with your yellow skirt. A. suits B. fits C. goes D. wears 19. We had to stop for gasoline at a filling ............... . A. garage B. service C. station D. pump 20. How could you have .......................... him for your brother? A. confused B. considered C. thought D. mistaken 21. He ordered them …….. it again. A. don’t do B. not do C. not to do D. didn’t do 1

22. Quite soon, the world is going to ...................... energy resources. A. run out of B. get into C. keep up with D. come up again 23. We decided not to go camping because of the ………rain. A. great B. strong C. heavy D. extra 24. Mary works at a supermarket. She ………. $ 5 an hour. A. pays B. brings C. takes D. earns 25. The students have got ……….. news about their exams. A. many B. some C. few D. a few 26. “ Why don’t you ask Helen for help? I think he is always ready.” – “ __________ .” A. Yes, please B. I hope so C. I hope not D. That is a good idea 27. “Thank you for a lovely evening.” –: “____________” A. Don’t mention it B. I’m glad you enjoy it C. Yes, I’d like that D. Yes, that would be very nice 28. “ I’m afraid I can’t come to your birthday party this weekend!” – “……………………………” A. What a shame ! B. What a pity ! C. Me too. D. What’s happened? 29. We don't allow ................. in the classrooms. A. people smoke B. smoke C. people to smoke D. to smoking 30. What a dangerous thing to do! You .................. have been killed! A. may B. can C. must D. might 31. By the time I applied, all the holiday vouchers ................. used up. A. had been B have been C. were D. are 32. I felt as if I ................... a confidence. A. have betrayed B. would betray C. had betrayed D. am betraying 33. His job was to………….out the good apples from the bad ones. A. sort B. find C. choose D. share 34. The book …………consists of 4 parts, has been translated in French. A. which B. in which C. to which D. on which 35. If we want to ……….up with them we’d better be hurry. A. come B. arrive C. approach D. catch C. WRITING (15points) 1. Read the passage and then decide which word (A, B, C, or D) best fits each space. (10 points) WHALING Rock carving suggest that Stone Age people were hunting whales for food as early as 2200 B.C. Such (36) ________ hunting is still practiced today in a number of (37) ________ including the Inuit people of Greenland and North America. Whaling became big business from the seventh century as the (38) ________ for whalebone and whale oil rose, and humpback and sperm whales were hunted in (39) ________ large numbers. But just as stocks of these species began to fall, the explosive harpoon-gun was (40) ________. This weapon, together with the development of steam-power ships, (41) ________ the whalers to hunt the fast-moving fin and blue whales. In 1905 the whaling (42) ________ moved to the waters of Antarctica. The introduction of massive factory ships enabled the whales to be processed at sea. As a result, the blue whale had (43) ________ disappeared by the 1950s. In 1946 the International Whaling Commission was established to maintain the declining whale populations. Quotas were (44) ________ but these were often (45)________ and numbers continued to fall. Hunting of many species continued until 1986 when the IWC finally responded to international pressure and a ban on commercial whaling was introduced. 36. 37. A. survival A. groups B. essential B. societies C. basic C. races D. subsistence D. nationalities 2

38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45.

A. demand A. repeatedly A. invented A. managed A. lines A. virtually A. made A. refused

B. desire B. frequently B. discovered B. employed B. troops B. possibly B. set B. denied

C. request C. continually C. assembled C. enabled C. staff C. uniquely C. placed C. ignored

D. reliance D. increasingly D. applied D. empowered D. fleets D. commonly D. done D. exempted

2. Read the passage and choose the correct answer for the following questions(5points) All at once Hazel was coming in through the French windows, pulling off gardening gloves, and Bill was entering through the door, both at once. So I only had time to take one quick look at her before I turned to face him. All very confusing. What that first glimpse showed me was that time had thickened her figure but didn’t seem to have made much difference to her face. It still had good skin and youthful outlines. She was holding a bunch of roses – must have been cutting them in the garden while waiting for me. The gardening gloves lent a delightfully informal touch. It was quite an entrance, though Bill spoilt it a bit by making his at the same time. Bill seemed longer and thinner. His tightly massed hair had a tinge of grey. Apart from that, twenty years had done nothing to him, except deepen the lines of thoughtfulness that had already, when I knew him, begun to spread across his face. Or was that all? I looked at him again, more carefully, as he looked away from me at Hazel. Weren’t his eyes different somehow? More inward looking than ever? Gazing in not merely at his thoughts, but at something else, something he was keeping hidden or perhaps protecting. Then we were chattering and taking glasses in our hands, and I came back to earth. For the first ten minutes we were all so defensive, so carefully probing, that nobody learnt anything. Bill had forgotten me altogether, that much was clear. He was engaged in getting to know me from scratch, very cautiously so as not to hit a wrong note, with the object of getting me to contribute a big subscription to his African project. I kept trying to absorb details about Hazel, but Bill was talking earnestly about African education, and the strain of appearing to concentrate while actually thinking about his wife proved so great that I decided it would be easier just to concentrate. So I did. I let him hammer away for about ten more minutes, and then the daughter, who seemed to be acting as parlourmaid, showed in another visitor. Evidently we were to be four at lunch. 46. What effect had time had on Hazel and Bill? A. They had both lost weight. B. They were more withdrawn. C. They hadn’t changed at all. D. They had changed in subtle ways. 47. When they all started talking, the writer A. relaxed at last. B. stopped dreaming. C. spoke most to Hazel. D. began to remember things. 48. The writer found the first part of their conversation A. sentimental. B. irritating. C. uninformative. D. trivial. 49. Why did Bill speak seriously? 3

A. He wanted some money from the writer. B. He did not remember the writer. C. His wife was present. D. He was talking about the past. 50. In the end the writer found Bill’s conversation A. monotonous B. convincing C. thought-provoking D. instructive

PART 1 : MCQ TEST 1A 2C 3A 4A 5B 11B 12A 13D 14D 21C 22A 23C 24D 31A 32C 33A 34A 41C 42D 43A 44B

6A 7C 15A 16D 25B 26D 35D 36D 45C 46D

8C 17A 27B 37B 47B

9B 10C 18C 19C 28B 29C 38A 39D 48C 49A

20D 30D 40A 50A