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I. Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B,C,D) öùng vôùi töø coù phaàn in ñaäm ñoïc khaùc vôùi ba töø coøn laïi trong moãi caâu. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A. keeps A. tidal A. booked A. feather A. Spanish B. students B. idiot B. canned B. feature B. shadow C. rumours C. final C. begged C. measure C. vanish D. weeks D. height D. buttoned D. leather D. Danish

II. Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B,C,D) öùng vôùi töø coù troïng aâm chính nhaán vaøo aâm tieát coù vò trí khaùc vôùi ba töø coøn laïi trong moãi caâu. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. A. advantageous A. laborious A. economics A. electrician A. curricular B. photography B. delicious B. capability B. delicious B. repetitious C. proverbial C. geological C. optimistic C. emphatic C. historical D. magnificent D. experiment D. conquerable D. dynamic D. grammatical

III. Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B,C,D) öùng vôùi töø/ cuïm töø coù gaïch chaân caàn phaûi söûa trong caùc caâu sau: 11. Anybody who planes to attend the meeting out send a short note to the chairperson. A B C D 12. The teachers and the administrators are having such difficult time agreeing on a contract for A B the forthcoming year the teachers may go on strike. B D 13. Our new television came with niety-days warranty on all electrical components. A B C D 14. It is difficult to get used to sleep in a tent after having soft , comfortable bed to lie on . A B C D 15. The director felt badly about not giving Mary the position that she had sought with his company. A B C D 16. The children’s television program called Sesame Street was seeing in 84 countries in 1989. A B C D 17. In the last 10 years, Mexican government has reduced the number of its state-owned A B C companies to about half. D 18. Jane Addams, social worker, author, and spokeswoman for the peace and women’s suffrage A movements , she received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931 for her humanitarian achievements. B C D 19. Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn are one of American’s national treasures A B C D 20. In 1927 Charles Lindbegh was the first to fly solo nonstop from New York to Paris in A B C such short time D

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IV. Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B,C,D) ñeå hoaøn thaønh moãi caâu sau: 21. Generic medication are just as …………… and much less expensive. A. effectively brand-name products B. brand-name products effective C. brand-name products as effective D. effective as brand-name products 22. Ernest Heminhway is ……………… of modern fiction. A. one of the molders B. the molders one C. the molders who is the one D. who is one of the molders 23. ………………….. many copper mines in the state of Arizona, a fact which contributes significantly to the state’s economy. A. They are B. There are C. Of the D. The 24. Not only ………………. the most populous city in the United States in 1890 , but it had also become the most congested A. that New York City was B. New York City was C. was New York City D. has New York City 25. ……... species of wild goats, only one, the Rocky Mountain goat, is native to North America. A. Of the ten B. The ten C. There are ten D. Ten of the 26. Although thunder and lightning are produced at the same time , light waves travel faster ….………….. so we see the lightning before we hear the thunder. A. than sound waves are B. sound waves C. do sound waves D. than sound waves do 27. In the 1950s , many people believed that the more they produced and consumed ……………. A. they were the more affluent B. were they affluent C. the more affluent they were D. they were affluent 28. The chief advantage of using satellites to predict weather ………… can survey vast regions of the Earth at one time. A. is that B. is that they C. they D. that they 29. Candles ………… from beeswax burn with a very clean flame. A. are made B. making C. made D. which make 30. It was not until she arrived in the class ……………… realized she had forgotten her book. A. she B. and she C. when she D. that she 31. My father doesn’t like any kind of change. He’s very ………… in his ways. A. established B. fixed C. determined D. set 32. After ten unhappy years, Marry finally quit her job. She …………… along with her boss for a long time before she finally decided to look for a new position. A. isn’t getting B. hasn’t been getting C. hadn’t been getting D. didn’t get 33. I’m sure it’s not my fault that Peter found out what we were planning . I don’t remember …………… anyone about it. A. having told B. to tell C. being told D. to be told 34. Al painted his bedroom black. It looks dark and dreary . He ………… a different color. A. had to choose B. should have chosen C. must have chosen D. could have been choosing 35. “ I …………to see you tomorrow unless I ………… late at the office” - “ Ok. I ………… for you around noo.” A. shall come-keep-shall be waiting B. shall come-are kept-shall be waiting C. will come-will keep-shall wait D. will come-am kept- shall wait 36. At ………… time did I ever promise you a pay rise . A. any B. all C. no D. some 37. Twenty-five dollars ………… too much for this T-shirt A. is B. are C. were D. will 38. I’m sitting on the beach reading ……………. A. some paper B. a paper C. paper D. little paper 39. ……………… is someone who sells meat . A. The butcher B. The butchers C. A butcher D. Butchers
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40. Once the new Marketing Manager’s ideas were implemented, sales ……….. and the company made huge profits. A. plunged B. achieved C. lifted D. rocketed 41. When they call Mr. Benson to head office, I’m quite sure it was not their ……………… to promote him to branch manager. A. prediction B. intention C. disposition D. impression 42. If you’d like to take a sit in the waiting room till the doctor can see you , you’ll find plenty of mangazines to ……………….. A. browse through B. look over C. refer to D. stare at 43. My job is so enjoyable and generously paid that I have little ……… to look for promotion elsewhere A. incitement B. influence C. incentive D. instigation 44. A fire must have a readily available supply of oxygen. …………… , it will stop burning A. furthermore B. Consequently C. otherwise D. However 45. It was a terrible journey. …………… , we got there safety in the end. A. Besides B. Moreover C. If D. Still V. Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B,C,D) ñuùng nhaát maø noù cuøng yù vôùi töø in ñaäm : 46. Scientists say that they are beginning to find out the fight against cancer. A. break out B. break through C. break up D. break down 47. Our school is going to do “ Fashion show” next week. A. put into B. put down C. put on D. put out 48. The publishing company was bought by a Japanese firm. A. taken on B. taken off C. taken in D. taken up 49. Harry found it difficult to cope with the loss of his job. A. anticipate B. deal with C. confirm D. think about 50. Lyndon Johnson succeeded John Kennedy as president of the United States. A. followed B. overruled C. assisted D. preceded VI. Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn phöông aùn ñuùng (A hoaëc B,C,D) cho moãi caâu töø 51 ñeán 60: One of the hottest topics on the international development agenda is how to harness the power of International Monetary Fun for the benefit of developing countries. What is sometimes called “ the death of distance”, brought about by the ……………(51) allows professional services such as ……………(52) education and training to be provided easily and quickly to …………..(53) areas. Some of the gains can be seen in countries as deverse as India and Moroco, where innovation range from ……………(54) government announcements to local craftsmen selling their wares to a ………………(55) market. But already a huge and expanding …………….(56) divide is opening up between developed and developing nations. The major task facing world leaders at present is to ……………(57) everybody on the planet with clean water, basic education and the drugs needed to fight preventable diseases. Installing a …………….(58) in every classroom and linking us all to …………..(59) must be a lesser ……………..(60) , for the time being at least. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. A. computer A. stationery A. far A. programmed A. global A. physical A. supply A. plug A. the real world A. priority B. telephone B. softwave B. uninhabited B. broadcast B. technical B. digital B. give B. video B. cyberspace B. advantage C. modem C. hardwave C. remote C. recorded C. village C. electrical C. donate C. mobile phone C. virtual reality C. importance D. internet D. equipment D. secluded D. online D. shrinking D. economical D. administer D. modem D. outer space D. criteria

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VII. Ñoïc hieåu A. Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn phöông aùn ñuùng (A hoaëc B,C,D) cho moãi caâu töø 61 ñeán 65: It is a common saying that we do not fully value a thing until we lose it. We often value the love and worth of a friend when he has been taken from us by death more than when he was with us in the flesh, it is only when we have left school or college that we understand the greatness of our opportunity of education, which has gone forever, and it is the risk and ailing who realize the value of good health. When we are young and strong , we cannot imagine what it is to be weak and ailing. We are so used to vigorous health that we take it for granted. The orhans of our body work so smoothly that we scarcely know we have lungs and liver, heart and smtomach. But when any of these gets upset and gives us pain and sickness, we learn by bitter experience what unspeakable blessing it is to be well. Loss of health makes us miserable, and a burden to ourselves and our friends. It cripples our efforts so that we cannot accomplish many of the good and great things we might have done. It spoil our life. What must we do to keep our health? We must be moderate in eating and drinking and wise in the choice of plain, wholesome simple food. Gluttong has killed thousands, and strong drink tens of thousands. We must, when goung, get plenty of sleep, which is “ nature’s sweet restorer” , and not try to burn the candle at both ends. We must live as much as possible in the open air and keep our room well ventilated. We must get sufficient and regular physical exercise, and keep our bodies clean. And we must avoid bad habits and secret sins as we avoid the devil, and keep our thoughts clean and our bodies pure. Our ideal must be “ the sound mind in the sound body” 61. According to the passage, we often appreciate our friends ………… A. only when they are with us B. Only when they passed away C. only when they are good to us D. only when they live a long way from us 62. We do not take care of our health brcause ………… A. we are so accustomed to good health B. we are so busy making a living C. we are always in good health D. most of diseases can be cured today 63. Poor health makes us A. useless B. ashame to our friends C. unable to fulfil our friends D. fail to become famous 64. According to the author, having plenty of sleep when we are young……….. A. may cause loss of health B. can reduce our vigour C. is wasting our time D. can help us regain our strength 65. The best title for the passage is …………. A. Health and Human Aspiration B. The Value of Health C. Health and Our Success D. How to keep our health B. Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn phöông aùn ñuùng (A hoaëc B,C,D) cho moãi caâu töø 66 ñeán 70: May 7th , 1840, was the birthday of one of the most famous Russian composer of the nieteeth century: Peter Illich Tchaikovsky. The son of a mining inspector. Tchaikovsky studied music as a child and later studied composition at the St. Petersburg Conservatory. His greatest period of productivity occurred between 1876 and 1890, during which time he enjoyed the patronage of Madame von Meck, a woman he never met, who gave him a living stipend of about $1,000 a year, Madame von Meck later terminated her friendship with Tchaikovsky, as well as his living allowance, when she herself was facing financial difficulties. It was during the time of Madame von Meck’s patronage, however, that Tchaikovsky created the music for which he is most famous, including the music for the ballet of Swan Lake and The Sleeping Beauty. Tchaikovsky’s music , well-known for its rich melodic and sometimes melancholy passages, was one of the first that brought serious dramatic music to dance. Before this , little attention had been given to the music behind the dance. Tchaikovsky died on November 6th , 1893, ostensibly of cholera, although there are now some scholars who argue that he committed suicide. 66. With what topic is the passage primarily concerned ? A. Development of Tchaikovsky’s music for ballets
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B. The life and music of Tchaikovsky C. The cause of Tchaikovsky’s death D. Tchaikovsky’s relationship with Madame von Meck 67. According to the passage, all of the following describe Madame von Meck EXCEPT …… A. she had economic troubles B. she was generous C. she enjoyed Tchaikovsky’s music D. she was never introduced to Tchaikovsky 68. According to the passage, for what is Tchaikovsky’s music most well-known? A. Its repetitive and monotonous tones B. The ballet-like quality of music C. The richness and melodic drama of the music D. Its lively, capricious melodies 69. According to passage, Swan Lake and The Sleeping Beauty are …………… A. dance B. operas C. plays D. songs 70. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage A. Tchaikovsky’s influence on ballet music B. Tchaikovsky’s unhappiness leading to suicide C. The patronage of Madame von Meck D. Tchaikovsky’s productivity in composing 71. Mount Everest, which / highest mountain / world,/ be in / Himalayan Mountains/ Nepal/ China. A. Mount Everest, which is the highest mountain in the world, is in the Himalayan Mountains between Nepal and China. B. The Mount Everest, which is the highest mountain in the world, is in the Himalayan Mountains between Nepal and China. C. Mount Everest, that is the highest mountain in the world, is in the Himalayan Mountains between Nepal and China. D. a&b are correct 72. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay/ be / first people / ever / climb Mount Everest . A. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were the first people who ever climbed Mount Everest B. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were the first people ever to climb to Mount Everest C. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were the first people ever to climb Mount Everest D. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were the first people had ever to climb Mount Everest 73. Since their climb/ 1953/ men / different countries / be successful / climb it. A. Since their climb in 1953, men from different countries have been successful in climbing it. B. Since their climb from 1953, men from different countries have been successful in climbing it. C. Since their climb in 1953, men from different countries have been successful to climb it. D. Since their climb in 1953, men from different countries had been successful in climbing it. 74. However, / first woman / make this difficult climb/ be / 35-year-old Japanese woman/ name / Junko Tabei. A. However, the first woman who made this difficult climb was a 35-year-old Japanese woman named Junko Tabei. B. However, the first woman who made this difficult climb was the 35-year-old Japanese woman named Junko Tabei. C. However, the first woman making this difficult climb was a 35-year-old Japanese woman named Junko Tabei. D. However, the first woman to make this difficult climb was a 35-year-old Japanese woman named Junko Tabei 75. She /housewife / but / really interested / climb mountains. A. She was a housewife but she is really interested in climbing mountains. B. She was a housewife but really interested to climbing mountains. C. She was a housewife but really interested in climbing mountains.
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D. She was a housewife but really interesting to climbing mountains. 76. She / earn money/ her trips / by / teach English / piano/ young children. A. She earned money with her trips by teaching English and piano to young children. B. She earned money for her trips by teaching English and piano to young children. C. She earned money for her trips by teaching English and piano with young children. D. She earned money for her trips by teaching English and piano for young children. 77. 1975/ Tokyo news-television company / organize / Mount Everest climb / women. A. In 1975, a Tokyo news-television company organized the Mount Everest climb for women. B. In 1975, the Tokyo news-television company organized a Mount Everest climb for women. C. In 1975, a Tokyo news-television company was organized a Mount Everest climb for women. D. In 1975, a Tokyo news-television company organized a Mount Everest climb for women. 78. They / choose fifteen women / mountaineering clubs/ go / Nepal. A. They chose fifteen women in mountaineering clubs go to Nepal. B. They chose fifteen women from mountaineering clubs to go to Nepal. C. They had chosen fifteen women from mountaineering clubs to go to Nepal. D. They chose the fifteen women from mountaineering clubs going to Nepal. 79. Women / climb / several days/ when there / avalanche, and most / women / injure. A. The women had been climbing for several days when there was avalanche, and most of the women were injured. B. The women had climbed for several days when there was avalanche, and most of the women were injured. C. The women had been climbing for several days when there had been avalanche, and most of the women were injured. D. The women had been climbing for several days when there was avalanche, and the most of the women were injured. 80. Junko Tabei / able / climb the last 70 metres / and stand / top / world. A. Junko Tabei was able to climb to the last 70 metres and stand on the top of the world. B. Junko Tabei was able to climb the last 70 metres and stood on the top of the world. C. Junko Tabei was able to climb the last 70 metres and stand on the top of the world. D. Junko Tabei was able to climb the last 70 metres and stand on the top in the world.

ÑAÙP AÙN
I. Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B,C,D) öùng vôùi töø coù phaàn in ñaäm ñoïc khaùc vôùi ba töø coøn laïi trong moãi caâu.

1. C

2.B

3.A

4. B

5. D

II. Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B,C,D) öùng vôùi töø coù troïng aâm chính nhaán vaøo aâm tieát coù vò trí khaùc vôùi ba töø coøn laïi trong moãi caâu.

6. A

7. C

8. D

9. A

10. B

III. Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B,C,D) öùng vôùi töø/ cuïm töø coù gaïch chaân caàn phaûi söûa trong caùc caâu sau:

11. C 16. C

12. A 17. A

13. B 18. B

14. B 19. A

15. A 20. D

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IV. Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B,C,D) ñeå hoaøn thaønh moãi caâu sau:

21. D 26. D 31. B 36. C 41. B

22. A 27. C 32. C 37. A 42. A

23. B 28. B 33. A 38. B 43. C

24. C 29. C 34. B 39. C 44. C

25. A 30. D 35. B 40. D 45. D

V. Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B,C,D) ñuùng nhaát maø noù cuøng yù vôùi töø in ñaäm :

46. A

47. C

48. D

49. B

50. A

VI. Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn phöông aùn ñuùng (A hoaëc B,C,D) cho moãi caâu töø 51 ñeán 60: 51. D 52. B 53. C 54. D 55. A

56. B

57. A

58. C

59. B

60. A

VII. Ñoïc hieåu A. Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn phöông aùn ñuùng (A hoaëc B,C,D) cho moãi caâu töø 61 ñeán 65:

61. B

62. A

63. C

64. D

65. B

B. Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn phöông aùn ñuùng (A hoaëc B,C,D) cho moãi caâu töø 66 ñeán 70:

66. B

67. C

68. C

69. A

70. B

Choïn phöông aùn (A hoaëc B, C, D ) öùng vôùi caùc caâu toát nhaát ñöôïc taïo ra baèng nhöõng töø cho saün:
71. A. 76. B 72. C 77. D 73. A 78. B 74. D 79. A 75. C 80. C

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