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Trích từ đề thi
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 1: The invention of _________ telephone has made communication easier and easier.
- a B. the C. Ø (no article) D. an
Question 2: Unlike her parents, Sue chose _____ as her major at university.
- economy B. economize C. economic D. economies
Question 3: Three robbers _________ a suitcase of money in a bank robbery last night.
- made off with B. made up for C.carried along with D. hadn’t been
Question 4: No wonder she doesn’t remember _______ a beautiful doll on her fourth birthday. It’s such a long time ago.
- having been given B. had been given C. to have given D. to be given
Question 5: Manchester United’s coach was ______ for their team’s recent poor performance.
- charged B. accused C. blamed D. embarrassed
Question 6: Travelling by motorbike to my hometown takes ______ travelling by car.
- as twice as much time B. twice as much time as
- as much time as twice D. twice as much as time
Question 7: I can’t stand living with my roommate any more. He __________ a mess in our room.
- always made B. was always making
- is always making D. has always been making
Question 8: He suddenly burst out laughing in a very strange way, ________ everyone to turn round and look.
- making B. attracting C. causing D. allowing
Question 9: They didn’t seem enthusiastic _______ the subject you mentioned in the meeting.
- with B. about C. on D. in
Question 10: My _____ towards learning has changed dramatically since I entered university.
- purpose B. goal C. ambition D. attitude
Question 11: Once ______ to university, candidates will receive a letter of acceptable from the admissions office.
- admitted B. having admitted C. admitting D. get admitted
Question 12: They managed to do well at school ____ having their early education interrupted by poverty.
- despite B. owing to C. in addition to D. as a result of
Question 13: Beyond all ________, Paul was the best person interviewed for the job.
- conclusion B. negligence C. contradiction D. dispute
Question 14: By virtue of current financial difficulties, getting a rise in salary is temporarily _____.
- out of this world B. out of the question
- out of sight D. out of the woods
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 15: A. midnight B. colleague C. desert D. surprise
Question 16: A. organize B. imagine C. discover D. embarrass
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs
from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 17: A. answered B. discussed C. returned D. improved
Question 18: A. decorate B. concentrate C. accurate D. operate
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.
Whatever happened to the familiar scenes from the past of children playing ‘tag’ in the streets while their parents chatted amicably with the neighbours over the garden fence? This idyllic picture is fading fast today, as the descendants of the same children are deserting the cul-de-sac in favour of a screen. Several organizations are attempting to reverse this trend, with varying degrees of success.
One of these organizations is Play England, which aims to improve opportunities for children to play outside. A leading figure in the campaign is 50-year-old Adrian Voce, who has happy childhood memories of days spent in the “Big Woods” near his house with his older
brothers. “We were given a packed lunch and told not to talk to strangers. I can remember vividly wandering in and out of each other’s houses”, he says.
However, it is not only the children that Mr. Voce and his organization have to convince. In many cases, the parents themselves block their efforts, if unwittingly, by their lack of cooperation. A survey in 2004 found that 85 per cent of adults agreed that it was important for children to be able to play safety in the road or street where they live, However, a high proportion of them were not prepared to park their cars an extra 50 metres away to make the street safer.
Society today has changed to such an extent that children do not feel safe on streets and their parents no longer feel comfortable about letting them play there. It is not only the appeal of computers and video games that have driven children inside, but also the presence of traffic,
crime, and violent gangs of young people. However, thanks to the efforts of people like Adrian Voce, it may not be too late to turn back the clock.
Question 19: What is the main idea of the passage?
- British children are playing safely in the streets thanks to organizations like Play England.
- Children are unable to play games outside without parents’ support in Great Britain.
- British children are no longer playing outdoors because of their interest in computers.
- Efforts have been made to encourage British children to play in the streets like their parents.
Question 20: What is the word “figure” in paragraph 2 closest in meaning to?
- number B. person C. case D. picture
Question 21: What does the word “their” in paragraph 3 refer to
- children B. cases C. members D. parents
Question 22: Which of the following is NOT mentioned as reasons why children don’t play in the streets?
- lack of traffic management crews
- young people’s violence
- attraction of the computer games
- parent’s lack of cooperation
Question 23: The writer of the passage believes that ________
- more should be done by the police to reduce increasing street crime.
- there’s some hope that children will be able to play outside again.
- new technology is fully responsible for stealing children’s attention
D. parents in Britain today seem to be over-protective of their children