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ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC NĂM 2012
 Môn: TIẾNG ANH

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ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC NĂM 2012
 Môn: TIẾNG ANH; Khối D
Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề


ĐỀ THI GỒM 80 CÂU (TỪ QUESTION 1 ĐẾN QUESTION 80)


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I. Choose the word whose syllable is stressed differently from the others.

Question 1

A.describe
B.society
C.political
D.struggle
D.struggle

Question 2

A. difference
B. immortality
C. politician
D. independence
A. difference

Question 3

A. biology
B. biographer
C. biography
D. bioscope
D. bioscope

Question 4

A. accident
B. accompany
C. access
D. animal
B. accompany

Question 5

A. environment
B. department
C. dependent
D. demonstrate
D. demonstrate
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II. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 6: Oxygen is a __________ gas.

A. poisonous
B. odourless
C. dangerous
D. harmful
B. odourless

Question 7: “ Wild-life-preserves”  are areas where wild animals are _______ within their natural environment.

A. hunted
B .threatened
C. protected
D. discarded 
C. protected

Question 8: Most forest fires are caused by humans ; _________ are caused by lightning.

A. only a few
B. only few
C. only a little
D. only several
A. only a few

Question 9:Hurry up ! We have ________ time to catch the last train home.

A. little
B. a little
C. a few
D. few
A. little

Question 10: People say that playing football is the most interesting. It means__________.

A. the most important thing is the most interesting.
B. it was said that playing football is the most I nteresting.
C. it is said that playing football was the most interesting.
D. playing football is said to be the most interesting.
D. playing football is said to be the most interesting.

Question 11: Your bad result made me __________.

A. disappoint
B. disappointment
C. disappointed
D. disappointing
C. disappointed

Question 12: Car _______ contains carbon monoxide which is invisible but dangerous .

A. rubbish
B. garbage
C. exhaust
D. air
C. exhaust

Question 13: She was _____ she could not say anything .

A. so surprised at the news that
B. such surprised at the news that
C. so surprised of the news that
D. so that surprised for the news that
A. so surprised at the news that

Question 14: “Interpole” comes from the combination of ________________.

A. internet and pole
B. internet and police
C. international and pole
D. international and police
D. international and police

Question 15: Would you mind   ________   in the theatre ?

A. do not smoke
B. smoke not
C. not to smoke
D. not smoking
D. not smoking

Question 16: If he pays _________ to what the teacher says , he might make progress.

A. care
B. attention
C. notice
D. sight
B. attention

Question 17: I was doing my homework when the telephone _______ .

A. rings
B. is ringing
C. rang
D. was ringing
C. rang

Question 18: Do you remember the day ________ we got lost ?

A. where
B. when
C. whom
D. which
B. when

Question 19: No trees can grow in that soil. It is   _______ .

A. treeless
B. restless
C. careless
D. crowded
A. treeless

Question 20: “ Did you come to Tom’s wedding party ?”
                       “No, I would have come there , ______________ me .”

A. if he invited
B. if he had invited
C. if he has invited
D. would he invite
B. if he had invited

Question 21: He dropped the glass and it broke ___________pieces.

A. in
B . off
C. over
D. into
D. into

Question 22: Only 489 athletes from 11 nations________ in the 1st Asian Games in New Delhi, India.

A. joined with
B. concentrated
C. took part
D. struggled
C. took part

Question 23: _______he did not attend the English class, he knew the lesson quite well.

A. Despite
B. In spite of
C. However
D. Although
D. Although

Question 24: I don’t mind__________ waiting for a few minutes.

A. to keep
B. keeping
C. to be kept
D. being kept
D. being kept

Question 25: It is hoped that illiteracy will soon be________ in our country.

A. postponed
B. ceased
C. eradicated
D. decreased
C. eradicated

Question 26: He is learning English________ he can study in England.

A. so as to
B. in order
C. in order to
D. so that
D. so that

Question 27: If she hadn’t been sick, she________ with me to the party.

A. would have gone
B. went
C. had gone
D. would go
A. would have gone

Question 28: Many people                    move from the country are now returning the city.

A. who
B. whose
C. which
D. that
A. who

Question 29: Parents _________children are in college are working longer hours to pay their tuition.

A. who
B. whom
C. which
D. whose
D. whose

Question 30: We are looking forward___________a concert.

 A. at
B. to
C. for
D. of
B. to

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III. Choose A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following sentences.

Question 31: Since the weather was so bad , we had to stay at home .

A. When we didn’t go out , the weather was bad.
B. Because of the bad weather, we had to stay at home.
C.   If the weather was bad , we couldn’t go out.
D. Although the weather was bad, we went out 
B. Because of the bad weather, we had to stay at home.

Question 32: No one in the team can play better than John.

A. John plays well but the others play better.
B. John as well as other players of the team plays very well.
C. Everyone in the team, but John, plays very well.
D. John is the best player of the team.
D. John is the best player of the team.

Question 33: He only feels happy whenever he doesn’t have much work to do.

A. The more he works, the happier he feels.
B. The less he works, the happier he feels.
C. His work makes him feel happy.
D. He feels happier and happier with his work.
B. The less he works, the happier he feels.

Question 34: She is so fool that she can’t solve the problem.

A. She is too fool not to solve the problem.
B. She is too fool to solve the problem.
C. She is very fool to solve the problem.
D. She is very fool so that she can’t solve the problem.
B. She is too fool to solve the problem.

Question 35: He earns much money so that his brother can continue taking English course.

A. He earns much money in order for his brother to continue taking English course.
B. He earns much money in order that he can continue taking English course.
C. He earns much money in order to continue taking English course.
D. He earns much money so as to continue taking English course.
A. He earns much money in order for his brother to continue taking English course.

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IV. Choose A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.

Question 36: I gave my address to a man I met him on the train last Sunday.

A. gave
B. to
C. him
D. the train
C. him

Question 37: A lot of people will be out of work if the factory were closed down.

A. A lot of
B. will be
C. of work
D. closed down
B. will be

Question 38: They asked me what did happen last night, but I was unable to tell them.

A. asked
B. did happen
C. but
D. to tell
B. did happen

Question 39: Jim said the switch was dangerous and warned me don’t touch it.

A. said
B. dangerous
C. don't
D. it
C. don't

Question 40: Many people have complaint about the dirt from the factory.

A. Many
B. complaint
C. about
D. from
A. Many

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V. Choose A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following sentences.

Question 41: I was appalled ________ the lack of staff in the hospital.

A. at
B. in
C. on
D. with
A. at

Question 42: The new President said she would dedicate herself to _____ the rights of the old, the sick and the homeless.

A. protect
B. protecting
C. protection
D. protected
A. protect

Question 43: The air in the country is not as pure as it _______.

A. might be
B. used to be
C. would be
D. must be
B. used to be

Question 44: The police are _________ to the public for any information about the missing girl.

A. attending
B. attracting
C. arguing
D. appealing
D. appealing

Question 45: The damage was far more serious than ______ believed.

A. prior
B. preceding
C. initially
D. primary
C. initially

Question 46: Asian Games ____________ come from many different countries.

A. athletics
B. athletic
C. athlete
D. athletes
D. athletes

Question 47: The Asian Games is one of the most important __________ in Asia.

A. incidents
B. events
C. news
D. points
B. events

Question 48: We decided to break ____________ tradition and not spend Christmas without family.

A. up
B. through
C. in
D. with
D. with

Question 49: Education _______ to be the most important element to develop a country.

A. often be considered
B. can often consider
C. can often considered
D. can often be considered
D. can often be considered

Question 50: He works very hard. It's not ___________ that he's always tired.

A. surprised
B. surprising
C. surprise
D. surprises
B. surprising

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VI. Read the following passage and choose A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks.

      The wind controls our planet’s weather and climate, but how much do we understand about this complex force, which can kill and spread fear?

      On the night of 15 October 1987, the South of England was struck by the ___(51)____ winds it had known for over two hundred years. ____(52)____ of over 130 km/h blew through the region. Nineteen people were killed, £ 1.5 billion –worth of ___(53)___ was caused and 19 million trees were ____(54)_____ in just a few hours.

      Although people thought of this as a hurricane, the winds of 1987 were only ____(55)____ storm force. They are far better known than the much more serious storms of 25 January 1990, when most of Britain was hit by daytime winds of up to 173 km/h. On this ____(56)____, 47 people were killed, even though unlike in 1987, the weather forecasters issued accurate ____(57)____.

      ____(58)____ weather events such as these are dramatic reminders of the power of the wind. It is one part of the weather that people generally do not ____(59)____ a second thought to, but across the world the wind ____(60)____ a crucial role in people’s lives.

Question 51:

A. heaviest
B. fastest
C. strongest
D. quickest
C. strongest

Question 52:

A. Blows
B. Hits
C. Clouds
D. Gusts
D. Gusts

Question 53:

A. hurt
B. injury
C. destruction
D. damage
D. damage

Question 54:

A. blown down
B. cut down
C. knocked down
D. blown up
A. blown down

Question 55:

A. powerful
B. severe
C. serious
D. dangerous
B. severe

Question 56:

A. occasion
B. event
C. accident
D. incident
A. occasion

Question 57:

A. threats
B. warnings
C. news
D. signs
B. warnings

Question 58:

A. Extreme
B. Excessive
C. Extravagant
D. Exaggerate
A. Extreme

Question 59:

A. have
B. make
C. put
D. give
A. have

Question 60:

A. has
B. makes
C. plays
D. does
C. plays

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VII. Read the following passage and choose A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

      In the 1500’s when the Spanish moved into what later was to become the South-Western United States, they encountered the ancestors of the modern day Pueblo, Hopi, and Zuni peoples. These ancestors, known as the Basket makers, the Anasazi, or the Ancient Ones, had lived in the area for at least 2000 years. They were an advanced agricultural people who used irrigation to help grow their crop.

      The Anasazi lived in houses constructed of adobe and wood. Anasazi houses were originally built in pits and were entered from the roof. But around the year 700 A.D., the Anasazi began to build their homes above the ground and join the together into rambling multistoried complexes, which the Spanish called pueblos or villages. Separate subterranean rooms in these pueblos – known as kivas or chapels – were set aside for religious ceremonials. Each kiva had a fire pit and a hole that was beieved to lead to the underworld. The largest pueblos had five stories and more  than 800 rooms.

      The Anasazi family was matrilinear, that is, descent was traced through the female. The sacred objects of the family were under the control of the oldest female, but the actual ceremonies were conducted by her brother or son. Women owned the rooms in the pueblo and the crops, once they were harvested. While still growing, crops belonged to the men who, in contrast to most other Native American groups, planted them. The women made baskets and pottery, the men wove textiles and crafted turquoise jewelry.

      Each village had two chiefs. The village chief dealt with land disputes and religious affairs. The war chief led the men in fighting during occasional conflicts that broke out with neighboring villages and directed the men in community building projects. The cohesive political and social organization of the Anasazi made it almost impossible for other groups to conquer them.

Question 61: What does the passage mainly discuss?

A. The culture of the Anasazi people
B. European settlement in what became the southeastern United States
C. The construction of Anasazi houses
D. Political structures of Native American peoples
A. The culture of the Anasazi people

Question 62: The Anasazi people were considered “agriculturally advanced” because of the way they…….

A. stored the crops
B. fertilized their fields
C. watered their crops
D. planted their fields
C. watered their crops

Question 63: The word “pits” is closest in meaning to

A. stages
B. scars
C. seeds
D. holes
D. holes

Question 64: The word “stories” is closest in meaning to

A. articles
B. tales
C. levels
D. rumors
C. levels

Question 65: Who would have been most likely to control the sacred objects of an Anasazi family?

A. A twenty-year-old man
B. A twenty-year-old woman
C. A forty-year old man
D. A forty-year-old woman
D. A forty-year-old woman

Question 66: The word “they” refers to

A. women
B. crops
C. rooms
D. pueblos
B. crops

Question 67: The word “disputes” is closest in meaning to

A. discussions
B. arguments
C. developments
D. purchases
B. arguments

Question 68:Which of the following activities was NOT done by Anasazi men?

A. Making baskets
B. Planting crops
C. Building homes
D. Crafting jewelry
A. Making baskets

Question 69: According to the passage, what made it almost impossible for other groups to conquer the Anasazi?

A. The political and social organization of the Anasazi.
B. The military tactics employed by the Anasazi.
C. The Anasazi’s agricultural technology.
D. The natural barriers surrounding Anasazi villages
A. The political and social organization of the Anasazi.

Question 70: The passage supports which of the following generalizations?

A. The presence of the Spanish threatened Anasazi society.
B. The Anasazi benefited from trading relations with the Spanish.
C. Anasazi society exhibited a well-defined division of labor.
D. Conflicts between neighboring Anasazi villages were easily resolved.
C. Anasazi society exhibited a well-defined division of labor.
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IX. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 71 to 80.

        Under certain circumstances, the human body must cope with gases at greater – than - normal atmospheric pressure. For example, gas pressures increase rapidly during a dive made with scuba gear because the breathing equipment allows divers to stay underwater longer and dive deeper. The pressure exerted on the human body increases by 1 atmosphere for every 10 meters of depth in seawater, so that at 30 meters in seawater a diver is exposed to a pressure of about 4 atmospheres. The pressure of the gases being breathed must equal the external pressure applied to the body; otherwise breathing is very difficult. Therefore all of the gases in the air breathed by a scuba driver at 40 meters are present of the air we breathe, usually causes a balmy feeling of well-being at this pressure. At a depth of 5 atmospheres, nitrogen causes symptoms resembling alcohol intoxication, known as nitrogen narcosis. Nitrogen narcosis apparently results from a direct effect on the brain of the large amounts of nitrogen dissolved in the blood. Deep dives are less dangerous if helium is substituted for nitrogen, because under these pressures helium does not exert a similar narcotic effect.

        As a scuba diver descends, the pressure of nitrogen in the lungs increases. Nitrogen then diffuses from the lungs to the blood, and from blood to body tissues. The reverse occurs when the diver surfaces; the nitrogen pressure in the lungs falls and the nitrogen diffuses from the tissues into the blood, and from the blood into the lungs. If the return to the surface is too rapid, nitrogen in the tissues and blood can not diffuse out rapidly enough and nitrogen bubbles are formed. They can cause severe pains, particularly around the joints.

        Another complication may result if the breath is held during ascent. During ascent from a depth of 10 meters, the volume of air in the lungs will double because the air pressure at the surface is only half of what is was at 10 meters. This change in volume may cause the lungs to distend and even rupture. This condition is called air embolism. To avoid this event, a diver must ascend slowly, never at a rate exceeding the rise of the exhaled air bubbles, and must exhale during ascent.

Question 71: What does the passage mainly discuss?

A. The equipment divers use
B. The effects of pressure on gases in the human body
C. How to prepare for a deep dive
D. The symptoms of nitrogen bubbles in the bloodstream
B. The effects of pressure on gases in the human body

Question 72: The words “exposed to” are closest in meaning to

A. leaving behind
B. Prepared for
C. propelled by
D. subjected to
D. subjected to

Question 73: The word “exert” is closest in meaning to

A. cause
B. permit
C. need
D. change
A. cause

Question 74: The word “diffuses” is closest in meaning to

A. yields
B. starts
C. surfaces
D. travels
D. travels

Question 75: What happens to nitrogen in body tissues if a diver ascends too quickly?

A. it forms bubbles
B. It goes directly to the brain
C. It is reabsorbed by the lungs
D. It has a narcotic effect
A. it forms bubbles

Question 76: The word “they” refers to

A. joints
B. pains
C. bubbles
D. tissues
C. bubbles

Question 77: The word “rupture” is closest in meaning to

A. hurt
B. shrink
C. burst
D. stop
C. burst

Question 78: It can be inferred from the passage that which of the following presents the greatest danger to a diver

A. pressurized helium
B. Nitrogen diffusion
C. nitrogen bubbles
D. An air embolism
D. An air embolism

Question 79: What should a diver do when ascending?

A. Rise slowly
B. Breathe faster
C. Relax completely
D. Breathe helium
A. Rise slowly

Question 80: During ascent, the volume of air in the lung will

A. decrease
B. disappear
C. increase
D. remain the same
C. increase

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