ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC LẦN THỨ 2 Năm học: 2010- 2011 MÔN THI: TIẾNG ANH - Mã đề thi: 736

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BỘ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO TRƯỜNG THPT THUẬN THÀNH 1 (§Ò thi cã 06 trang) ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC LẦN THỨ 2 Năm học: 2010- 2011 MÔN THI: TIẾNG ANH (Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút.) M· ®Ò thi: 736 Hä vµ tªn thÝ Sè b¸o §Ò thi gåm 80 c©u dµnh cho tÊt c¶ c¸c thÝ sinh. Choose the best option (A, B, C or D) to complete the following sentences or choose the sentence which has the same meaning with the given. 1/ I find myself at a loss to Harol's behavior. a I Harol's behavior b I have to lose a lot to Harol's behavior. c I find Harol's behavior quite d I lost contact with Harold, so I couldn't his behavior. 2/ In all he is coming. a he will come. b He is very likely to come. c He is coming very soon. d He is bound not to come. 3/ I travel by bus as a last resort. a by bus is my favorite. b I only travel by bus when there're no other c I resort to bus when I am the last to come. d I always travel by bus. 4/ They had a sound a with b on c at d for 5/ The fire was caused by an.... fault in the a b c d electric 6/ It's a dangerous world out there, what if you.... into an accident? a get b are getting c got d would get 7/ It is vital that she..... English. a study b studying c studied d studies 8/ Ted's illness was.... by overwork. a brought on b brought at c brought about d brought up 9/ The flight was the weather were bad. a because of b due to the fact that c thanks d that 10/ "Are you doing anything special this Carol asked Jane. a Carol asked Jane something special. b Carol asked Jane if she had anything special for him. c Carol asked Jane if she had any plans that weekend. d Jane said that that weekend is special. 11/ The clothes are still dirty because I on the machine. a to switch b switched c switching d switch 12/ The shape of..... snow flake is unique. a an b the c a d x 13/ It is believed .... causes insomnia. a it is too much caffeine b that too much caffeine c too much caffeine that d too much caffeine 14/ Let's go for a coffee, a shouldn't we b will we c won't we d shall we 15/ No the house than the phone started to ring. a entered she b had entered she c she had entered d had she entered 16/ .... a car to drive now. a Better I had b If only I had c Only I had d If I had 17/ His salary is not his needs. a on b with c of d for 18/ She could not to dive .....to jump into water. a not only.... but also b or c d Choose the word or phrase which is not correct in the sentence. 19/ With animals both humans, chewing helps relieve tension. a b c d 20/ A jellyfish which isn't really a fish it has no brain, no bones. a b c d 21/ I'll be there soonest as I can. a b c d 22/ I can't work here. There's too much the noise a b c d 23/ The mail comes at ten o'clock every day.... Sunday. a although b and c except d or 24/ I haven't received the letter; It ..... to the wrong address. a is sent b have been sent c must send d might have been sent 25/ Holland, which is sometimes called the Venice of Northern Europe, ..... a has many canals b it has many canals c with many canals d which has many canals 26/ After feeling off..... for days, Tom finally went to see his doctor. a food b colour c fitness d balance 27/ Impressed as we were by the new cinema, we found it rather a We were not impressed by the new cinema at all because it looked rather Trang 2/6-M· ®Ò thi 121 b The new cinema was more expensive than we expected. c We weren't as much impressed by the new cinema's look as its cost. d We were very impressed by the new cinema, but we found it rather 28/ The Romans used central heating system very much like.... a the system which are now b those of today c those they do d today's do 29/ One member didn't the others. a above b on c with d about 30/ The flowers are a small.... of your great kindness. a b knowledge c d 31/ As the drug the patient became quieter. a influence b force c action d effect 32/ Tears not from the eyes, but also contain chemicals that fight many common a washing b wash c for washing d are washing 33/ I hope you have.... lovely time weather. a a......a b x......x c the.....x d a......x 34/ We all make mistakes. a No one is fallible. b No one is c Hardly can we make mistakes. d Everyone can hardly make mistakes. 35/ All those nights must be.... their toll because Becky looks quite a taking b holding c keeping d having 36/ More have been made in in the last 100 in all the rest of human history. a as b as well as c than d and 37/ things to different people. a x......x b The .....x c The.... the d 38/ Nerve cells, or neurons, ..... in the human body. a the most complex are b are the most complex cells c most complex cells are d most are the complex cells 39/ The Army tried to.... the a throwing b overthrow c throw d 40/ .....he had read the several times, he knew what to do. a Until b After c Whereas d While Choose the word whose main stress is placed from the rest. 41/ a identify b c d 42/ a b c d 43/ a monetary b c d represent 44/ a recipe b recital c redundant d recipient Trang 3/6-M· ®Ò thi 121 45/ a mature b machine c majesty d majority Read the text below and decide which answer (A,B,C or D) best fits each space. One of the greatest advances in modern has been the (46) of They are already (47) used in industry and in and the time may come when it will be common for (48) people to use them as well. Computers are capable of doing extremely work in all (49) of learning. They can (50) the most complex problems or put thousands of unrelated facts (51) order. Because they work and at high speeds they (52) research workers years of hard work. (53) is a mistake to believe that the machines could “think”. There is no (54) that human beings will be by machines. Though computers are capable of learning from and improving on their they need detailed (56) from human beings in order to be able to operate. They can never, as it were (57) lives, or rule the world by making decisions of their (58) . Computers are the most efficient (59) man has ever had and there is no limit to the way they can be used to (60) our lives. 46 A discovery B device C invention D 47 A usually B commonly C popularly D widely 48 A normal B ordinary C average D medium 49 A branches B aspects C D kinds 50 A figure B solve C perform D deal 51 A to B in C out of D under 52 A prevent B reduce C avoid D save 53 A Such B There C It D So 54 A B C chance D occasion 55 A mistakes B undoing C confusion D failures 56 A manuals B orders C D 57 A proceed B conduct C lead D keep 58 A choice B own C privacy D will power 59 A assistant B C labourers D servants 60 A improve B brighten C upgrade D heighten Read the passage and the questions or Then choose the B, C or D- that you think fits best. Since the world became the number of animal species that have either become extinct or have neared has Bengal tigers, for instance, which once roamed the jungles in vast numbers, now number only about 2,300. By the year 2025, it is estimated that they will become extinct. What is alarming about the case of the Bengal tiger is that this will have been caused almost entirely by poachers who, according to some sources, are not always in material gain but in personal This is an example of the that is to the problem of Animals such as the Bengal 5 Trang4 /6-M· ®Ò thi 121 tiger , as well as other species, are valuable parts of the world’s laws these animals must be enacted to ensure their the survival of our planet. around the world have begun to deal with the problem in various ways. Some in an effort to the problem, have allocated large amounts of land to animal reserves. They then charge admission prices to help defray the costs of the parks, and they often must also depend on world for support. This money enables them to invest in equipment and patrols to protect the animals. Another response to the increase in animal is an boycott of products made from species. This has had some effect, but by itself it will not prevent animals from being hunted and killed. 61/ What does the word "this" in line 7 refer to in the passage? a the decrease in the Bengal tiger b killing animals for personal c Bengal tiger d interest in material gain 62/ Which of the following best describes the author's attitude? a Forgiving b Surprised c Concerned d 63/ What does the term boycott" in line 17 refer to? a a global increase in animal survival b a refusal to buy animal products worldwide c buying and selling of animal products overseas d defraying the cost of national parks 64/ Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word in line 5? a gripping b serious c dangerous d 65/ The previous passage is divided into two in order to contrast: a Specific and general b A and a contrast c A statement and an d A problem and a solution 66/ What is the main topic of the passage? a species b The Bengal tiger c boycotts d Problems with 67/ Where in the passage does the author discuss a cause of a Line 1-4 b Line 6-9 c Line 21-23 d Line 15-17 Read the passage and the questions or Then choose the B, C or D- that you think fits best. Nobody knows exactly when fiction began. Maybe the first was a mother trying to explain the world to her children. Or perhaps it was a hunter telling about his around the camp fire. Who can tell? What we do know, though, is that was a purely oral activity until around 800 B.C. Myths and tales were passed down by word of mouth and had to be memorized by each new of This oral tradition only changed when ancient people started to keep written records of 10 15 Trang 5/6-M· ®Ò thi 121 certain stories. The earliest surviving examples of these are the epics of Homer, a blind who lived in the eighth century B.C. 68/ It is pointed out in the passage that a possibly began in times b became far more popular with the invention of writing c began as a written activity in antiquity d was first by Homer in ancient times 69/ According to the passage, the Homeric a were among the first stories to be written down b are the first examples of tales and myths c have often been imitated in later centuries d consisted mainly of myths and other tales 70/ We from the passage that, through out the oral a collected the first stories going back to times b were much respected in primitive societies c were skillful at creating new stories d used to learn myths and tales by heart Choose the word whose part is from that of the others. 71 A minor B migrant C mineral D migration 72 A accurate B accept C accident D success 73 A brown B clown C blown D drown 74 A there B theory C theme D thank 75 A envelops B packages C laughs D makes Choose the word which is wrongly stressed 76/ a 'fountain b c main'tain d 'mountain 77/ a 'district b dis'count c 'destroy d dis'miss 78/ a 'computer b mu'seum c d mu'sician 79/ a b c d 80/ a 'vertical b c ca'noeing d 'canal The end Trang 6/6-M· ®Ò thi 124