Đề thi thử đại học môn Tiếng Anh khối D,A1 - Vụ GD tuyển sinh ĐH năm 2014 (P2)

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ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI MÔN TIẾNG ANH KHỐI D,A1 - VỤ GD TUYỂN SINH ĐẠI HỌC NĂM 2014 - ĐỀ SỐ 2

I. Phonetics:

A/ Choose the word with different pronunciation of the underlined part:

1. A dozen                      B glove                        C love                          D stove

2. A kites                                     B catches                     C oranges                    D buzzes

3. A wood                       B good                                    C food                                     D childhood

4. A whistled                  B laughed                    C lodged                     D received

5. A prayer                      B player                       C mayor                      D flare

B/ Choose the word with different stress pattern:

6. A luggage                    B increase                    C benefit                     D argument

7. A satisfaction              B disappointed                        C ancestry                   D reassure

8. A democracy               B committee                C. proficiency                         D television

9. A energy                     B primary                    C facilities                   D pleasure

10. A contemporary          B geometry                 C trigonometry                        D succession

II. Vocabulary:

A/ Choose the word that best fits each gap of the passage:

To many people, smoking is not just a pleasure, it is an (11) -----------. They need it, depend on it and can’t stop it. If they haven’t smoked for some hours, they feel a (12) ---------- for a cigarette. They often (13) ----------- which means they light another cigarette immediately after they have   (14) ---------- out the one before.

Smoking is often considered (15) ------------, since many people don’t like the (16) -------- of cigarettes or the sight of the smoker’s (17) ----------- fingers or ashtray full of cigarette – ends. Above all, smoking is harmful to health and in many countries a (18) ---------- is printed on every (19) ---------- of cigarettes. Scientists have proved that there is a link between smoking and a disease which can be (20) -------------, cancer.

11. A attraction                B addition                   C addiction                 D admiration

12.  A likeness                   B craving                     C like                           D desire

13.  A over-smoke                         B self-smoke               C chain-smoke                        D non-smoke

 14. A thought                   B made                        C put                           D given

 15. A militant                   B antisocial                 C illegal                       D anti-pollutant

 16. A odour                      B smell                        C taste                                     D flavour

 17. A stained                    B dirty                                     C dusty                       D spotted

 18. A saying                     B signal                       C sign                          D warning

 19. A pack                        B packing                    C packet                      D backpack

20.  A fatal                                    B hard                                     C immoral                   D perilous

B/ Choose the word that best fits each gap of the sentence:

21.  Latin music is very --------- in countries where people speak Spanish and Portuguese.

A common                                    B usual                        C often                                    D frequent

22.  This sort of behaviour will not be ----------.

A tolerate                          B tolerated                  C tolerance                  D tolerant

23.  Farmers can enrich the soil by using ------------ .

A fertile                             B fertilize                    C fertility                    D fertilizers

 24. ------------ for government posts are always thoroughly investigated before being admitted.

A apply                             B applying                   C applied                     D applications

25.  Nowadays, chemicals are ----------- into some fruits to reduce decay.

A injection                                    B injecting                   C inject                        D injected

 26. The most important thing is to keep yourself ------------.

A occupation                     B occupied                  C occupant                  D occupational

 27. The soil must be kept damp at all times or the plant will die.

A moist                             B wet                          C dry                           D arid

28.  Our grandfather is buried in that graveyard.

A morgue                          B churchyard              C cemetery                  D both B & C

29.  A great --------- of people in this country nowadays own a TV set.

A part                                B majority                   C unit                          D mass

30.  My sister is an expert in wildlife and its ------------.

A conversation                  B preparation              C reservation               D conservation

III. Grammar:

 Choose the word or phrase that best fits each gap of the sentence:

 31.My brother -------- trouble with her motorbike, so he has to take the bus to work these days.

A have                               B had                          C was having              D is having

32.  A fortune–teller predicted ----------- inherit a lot of money before the end of the year.

A that I would                  B that I                                    C that I will                 D that I did

 33. Ben and his brother are ------------ hard – working carpenters that I am sure they will ------------- a success of their business.

A so/ do                            B so/ make                  C such/ do                   D such/ make

34.  I wouldn’t feel better now if you ---------- to me about it last night.

A hadn’t told                    B hadn’t talked           C didn’t tell                D didn’t talk

35.  No sooner ----------- recovered from flu than he had a  stomachache.

A had he                           B he                             C he was                     D was he

36.  It is difficult to tell identical twins ---------------.

A on                                  B out                           C apart                                    D over

 37. I’d rather you --------- something more formal to work.

A wore                              B wear                                     C should                      D worn

38.  When Peter first went abroad to study, he ----------- in a dormitory before.

A had never lived                         B have never lived      C never lived               D never lives

39.  John’s mother has more than two ---------- workers under ----------.

A hundreds/ her                B hundreds/ hers         C hundred/ hers          D hundred/ her

40.  My sister claimed never to ---------- so hard in her life.

A work                              B working                   C having worked        D have worked

41.  They discussed ---------- with him all afternoon but couldn’t make a decision.

A problem                                     B of the problem         C the problem                         D about the problem

42.  He applied for training as a pilot, but they turned him ----------- because of his poor eyesight.

A up                                  B back                                     C down                       D over

43.  Peter quit his job at the advertising agency, ---------- surprised everyone.

A which                            B that                          C who                                     D when

 44. I can’t help ----------- him in spite of his faults.

A admire                           B admired                   C to admire                 D admiring

45.  “What instructions did your boss give you?” “He required that Alice ---------- the meeting.”

A would attend                 B attends                     C attended                  D attend

36.  We intend to do ----------- with the old system as soon as we have developed a better one.

A up                                  B away                        C down                       D in

47.  InChinaan ancient medical treatment ---------- as a acupuncture is sometimes used during surgery.

A to know                                     B knowing                  C known                     D knows

48.  It’s imperative that this letter ----------- immediately.

A is sent                            B will be sent              C send                                     D be sent

49. The effects of anaesthetic used for the operation take quite a time to ------------- off.

A wear                              B turn                          C give                          D move

 50. John lost the ------------ bicycle he bought last week and his parents were very angry with him because of his carelessness.

A beautiful Japanese blue new                             B beautiful new blue Japanese

C new beautiful blue Japanese                              D Japanese beautiful new blue

IV. Use of English:

A/ Choose the underlined word or phrase  in each of the sentences that needs correcting:

 51. A farmer’s tractor is like a powerful horse as it plows field, pulls trailers and moves heavy loads.

                                         A                                  B               C                                     D

 52. Harveyseldom pays his bills on time, and his brother does, too.

                                         A               B              C                     D

 53. The officials object to them wearing long dresses for the inaugural dance at the country club.

                                           A          B                             C                                                D

 54. The pilot and the crew divided the life preservers between the twenty frantic passengers.      

                              A               B                                         C                                            D

 55. The instructor advised the students for the procedures to follow in writing the term paper.                                                         A               B                 C           D

B/ Choose the correct sentence which has the same meaning as the given one in italics:

56. Would you like to go out for a drink?

Do you feel like going out for a drink?          C. Is going out for a drink to your liking?

Do you like going for a drink?                                    D. Would you mind going out for a drink?

 57. Anyone who misses more than fifty percent of the classes deserves to fail.

More than fifty percent is too much for one class.

Fifty percent of the classes have failed the exams.

People who fail must make up fifty percent of the classwork.

These who are absent more than half the time should fail.

 58. She’s bound to see Harry at the meeting.

She’s obliged to see Harry at the meeting.                 C. She’s on her way to see Harry at the meeting.

It’s certain that she will see Harry at the meeting.     D. She’s too busy to see Harry at the meeting.

59. According to some people, the sinking of the Titanic was the captain’s fault.

According to some people, the captain was to blame for the sinking of the Titanic.

According to some people, the captain blamed for the sinking of the Titanic.

According to some people, the sinking of the Titanic made the captain blameful.

According to some people, it was the sinking of the Titanic that the captain was blamed.

 60. Had the announcement been made earlier, more people would have attended the lecture.

The lecture was held so late that few people attended it.

More people came late to the lecture because of the late announcement.

The late announcement helped make the lecture well – attended.

Few people came to the lecture because the announcement was not made earlier.

V. Reading comprehension:

1. Read the passage and choose the best answer:

The planet Earth is 4,600 million years old. It is difficult for us to think about such an enormous length of time because it has little meaning for us. We can, however, simplify the idea to make it more understandable. We can compare the planet Earth to a person of forty six years of age.

Nothing is known about the first seven years of this person’s life. Very little information exists about the middle period either. It was only at the age of forty – two that the Earth began to flower. Dinosaurs and great reptiles did not appear until one year ago, when the planet was forty five. Mammals only arrived eight months ago. In the middle of last week, man – like apes became ape – like men and began to communicate with each other. Last weekend, the Ice Age covered the Earth.

Modern man has only been around for four hours. During the last hour man discovered agriculture. The industrial Revolution and the rise of large cities began just six seconds ago. During the short time, modern man has made a rubbish tip of the Earth. In one minute, he has increased his numbers to terrible proportions, and has caused the death of hundreds of species of animals. He has robbed and destroyed the planet in his search for fuels. Now he stands, like a violent, spoilt child, delighted at the speed of his rise to power, on the edge of the final mass destruction and of killing all the life which exists in the solar system.

61. The passage tells us that

A great deal is known about how the Earth was created.

B. life on Earth began relatively recently.

C. more is kown about the first part of the Earth’s life than the middle part.

D. scientists are well–informed about the middle part of the Earth’s life.

62. We are informed by the author that

A. the  dinosaurs appeared during the middle period

B. mammals and great reptiles both appeared at the same time

C. there were more than forty – five kinds of great reptiles

D. ape -like man appeared before the last Ice Age.

 63. The author is mainly interested in

A. the time when man first evolved from apes.               C. the effects of farming.

B. what has happened since the Industrial Revolution   D. the period before the last Ice Earth

64. It would appear that the main danger ahead is that

A. man will destroy everything on earth                                     C. there will be a population explosion

B. man will use up all the fuels                                        D. more species of animal may die out

65. The author’s general view of man seems to be that

A. he has no right to be so destructive.                           C. he will be able to control the environment

B. he has been the most successful animal                                  D. he has learnt a lot from past mistakes

2. Read the passage and choose the best answer:

Most people think of deserts as dry, flat areas with little or no rainfall, but this is hardly true. Many deserts have varied geographical formations ranging from soft, rolling hills to stark, jagged cliffs, and most deserts have a permanent source of water. Although deserts do not receive a high amount of rainfall – to be classified as a desert, an area must get less than twenty five centimeters of rainfall per year – there are many plants that thrive on only small amounts of water, and deserts are often full of such plant life.

Desert plants have a variety of mechanisms for obtaining the water needed for survival. Some plants, such as cactus, are able to store large amounts of water in their leaves or stems; after a rainfall these plants absorb a large supply of water to last until the next rainfall. Other plants, such as the mesquite, have extraordinarily deep root systems that allow them to obtain water from far below the desert’s arid surface.

66. What is the main topic of the passage?

A. Deserts are dry, flat areas with few plant.      C. Many kinds of vegetation can survive with little water.

B. There is little rainfall in the desert.                 D. Deserts are not really flat areas with little plant life.

67. The passage implies that

A. the typical conception of a desert is incorrect.

B.All deserts are dry, flat areas.

C. Most people are well – informed about deserts.

D. The lack of rainfall in deserts causes the lack of vegetation.

68. According to the passage, what causes an area to be classified as a desert?

A. The type of plants                                                       C. The amount of precipitation

B. The geographical formations                                       D. The source of water

69. The word “source” in bold in the passage means

A . supply                          B storage space                                  C need                                     D lack

70. What is the main topic of the passage?

A. Deserts are dry, flat areas with few plants.                C. Many kinds of vegetation can survive with little water.

B. There is little rainfall in the desert.                             D. Deserts are not really flat areas with little plant life.

ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI MÔN TIẾNG ANH KHỐI D,A1 - VỤ GD TUYỂN SINH ĐẠI HỌC NĂM 2014 - ĐỀ SỐ 2

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