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Đây là 15 đề thi ôn thi Đại học (có đáp án) môn Tiếng Anh khối D và A1 định dạng Microsoft Office Word, giúp giáo viên và học sinh rất dễ dàng sử dụng và copy. PRACTICE TEST 1 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below: My lawyer, Mr. Turner, is the only man I know who has seen a ghost. He is a quiet even-tempered man whose life is spent in dealing with facts. He is the last person in the world to give way to fantasy. He has a wife and two children of whom he is proud, takes a modest holiday abroad every year and spends his Sundays gardening. He is knowledgeable about art and architecture, though he doesn't pretend to be an expert by any means. It is, therefore, all the more surprising that he should so insistent about the ghost. It happened, so he says, like this: He was travelling2 from London to the North of England by train. It was a misty November evening and the train was half empty. In fact for the first part of the journey Mr. Turner had the carriage to himself and sat dozing over a newspaper. However at the first stop a passenger jumped in, slamming the door behind him. He seemed out of breath as if he had been running. He was a striking looking young man with dark, bushy hair and bright intelligent eyes. He was dressed rather oddly in a long waited coat with silver buttons, tight trousers and an embroidered waistcoat. Mr. Turner did not pay much attention to this because people wear all sorts of extravagant clothes these days and he had long grown accustomed to them. Presently, the two men got into conversation, as people do on long journeys. Mr Turner was interested to cover that the young man was very knowledgeable about Art - in particular portraits. His name, he said, was Joseph Hart, and he was on his way to visit an exhibition. It seemed that he worked in a famous London Art Gallery - a picture restorer, perhaps, thought Mr. Turner, for he seemed to know a great deal about varnishes and paints, and even more about the subjects of certain portraits. When Mr. Turner asked his opinion of the portrait of a famous judge by an artist he admired, his companion laughed and said, “He’s only a reproduction - a good one I agree but you can't talk to a reproduction.” He spoke as though the person in the portrait were still living. After a while the carriage got hot and steamy and Mr. Turner dropped off. He woke up just as the train was drawing up at a junction with a grinding of brakes. His companion had disappeared. A few days later, having returned to London, Mr. Turner found himself near the Art Gallery. Moved by some impulse, he went in and enquired for Joseph Hart. The attendant directed him to a room devoted to early nineteenth century portraits of well- known men. There was no-one in the room and Mr. Turner looked about him. Without knowing quite how he had got there, he found himself standing in front of a full-length portrait of a dark young man in tight trousers and an embroidered waistcoat. The eyes smiled at him with a hint of amusement. The name-plate at the foot of the picture read: Joseph Hart, Gentleman, 1800-1835. 1. What kind of person was Mr Turner? A. imaginative B. fantastic C. sensible D. insensitive 1 2. Although he was a lawyer, Mr Turner ……………. A. pretended to know a lot about Art C. pretended to take an interest in Art. B. knew something about Art. D. intended to learn more about Art. 3. When the passenger entered Mr Turner’s compartment………… A. he was painting. C. the train was just leaving B. he was running. D. the carriage was half-empty. 4. The passenger’s clothes didn’t seem strange to Mr Turner because ………… A. he was used to wearing strange clothes. C. everyone he knew wore strange clothes. B. he liked people who wore strange clothes. D. he had seen a lot of people in strange clothes. 5. Mr. Turner thought the young man might ………… A. be an Art Dealer. C. renew old pictures. B. be an Art Expert. D. paint reproductions of old pictures. 6. Why wouldn’t the passenger give an opinion on the portrait of the judge? A. the judge wasn’t alive. C. the picture was a copy. B. the judge was still alive. D. he hadn’t seen it. 7. When did Mr Turner first realize that the passenger had gone? A. When the train started. C. Just before the train stopped. B. After the train had stopped. D. When the train was leaving the station. 8. Why did Mr Turner go into the Art Gallery? A. He was walking past there. C. He had planned to do so. B. He had never been there before. D. He suddenly decided to. 9. In the past of the gallery that Mr Turner was directed to ……… A. there were a lot of pictures by unknown people. C. no-one else was looking at the pictures. B. there were a lot of nineteenth century people. D. he only saw one portrait. 10. When Mr Turner looked at the portrait of Joseph Hart ……………. A. he smiled at it. C. he didn’t recognize it. B. he thought it smiled at him. D. he was amused. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below: Quite different from storm surges are the giant sea waves called tsunamis, which derive their name from the Japanese expression for "high water in a harbor". These waves are also referred to by the general public as tidal waves, although they have relatively little to do with tides. Scientists often refer to them as seismic sea waves, far more appropriate in that they do result from undersea seismic activity. Tsunamis are caused when the sea bottom suddenly moves, during an underwater earthquake or volcano, for example, and the water above the moving earth is suddenly displaced. This sudden shift of water sets off a series of waves. These waves can travel great distances at speeds close to 700 kilometers per hour. In the open ocean, tsunamis have little noticeable amplitude, often no more than one or 2 two meters. It is when they hit the shallow water the coast that they increase in height, possibly up to 40 meters. Tsunamis often occur in the Pacific because the Pacific is an area of heavy seismic activity. Two areas of the Pacific well accustomed to the threat of tsunamis arc Japan and Hawaii. Because the seismic activity that causes tsunamis in Japan often occurs on the ocean bottom quite close to the islands, the tsunamis that hit Japan often comes with little warning and can therefore prove disastrous. Most of the tsunamis that hit the Hawaiian Islands, however, originate thousands of miles away near the coast of Alaska, so these tsunamis have a much greater distance to travel and the inhabitants of Hawaii generally have time for warning of their imminent arrival. Tsunamis are certainly not limited to Japan and Hawaii. In 1755, Europe experienced a calamitous tsunami, when movement along the fault lines near the Azores caused a massive tsunami to sweep onto the Portuguese coast and flood the heavily populated area around Lisbon. The greatest tsunami on record occurred on the other side of the world in 1883 when the Krakatoa volcano underwent a massive explosion, sending waves more than 30 meters high onto nearby Indonesian islands; the tsunami from this volcano actually traveled around the world and was witnessed as far away as the English Channel. 11: The paragraph preceding this passage most probably discusses ………… A. underwater earthquakes B. storm surges C. tides D. tidal waves 12: According to the passage, all of the following are true about tidal waves EXCEPT that ………… A. they're caused by sudden changes in high and low tides B. they refer to the same phenomenon as seismic sea waves C. they are the same as tsunamis D. this terminology is not used by the scientific community 13: The world "displaced" in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to A. located B. filtered C. moved D. not pleased 14: It can be inferred from the passage that tsunamis A. are often identified by ships on the ocean B. generally reach heights greater than 40 meters C. are far more dangerous on the coast than in the open ocean D. cause severe damage in the middle of the ocean 15: As used in the passage, water that is "shallow" isn't … A. coastal B. deep C. clear D. tidal 16: A main difference between tsunamis in Japan and in Hawaii is that tsunamis in Japan are more likely to . A. come from greater distances B. be less of a problem C. originate in Alaska D. arrive without warning 17: The possessive "their" in the third paragraph refers to …… . A. these tsunamis B. the inhabitants of Hawaii 3 C. the Hawaiian islands D. thousands of miles 18: A "calamitous" tsunami in the last paragraph is one that is . A. at fault B. expected C. disastrous D. extremely calm 19: From the expression "on record" in the last paragraph, it can be inferred the tsunami that accompanied the Krakatoa volcano A. might not be the greatest tsunami ever B. was not as strong as the tsunami in Lisbon C. was filmed as it was happening D. occurred before efficient records were kept 20: The passage suggests that - the tsunami resulting from the Kr- volcano A. was unobserved outside of the Indonesian islands B. resulted in little damage C. caused volcanic explosions in the English Channel D. was far more destructive close to the source than far away Read the passage and choose A, B, C, D for each of the following blanks: Environmental Concerns Earth is the only place we know of in the universe that can support human life(21)______ human activities are making the planet less fit to live on. As the western world carries on consuming two-thirds of the world's resources while half of the world's population do so (22)______ to stay alive we are rapidly destroying the (23)______ resource we have by which all people can survive and prosper. Everywhere fertile soil is (24)______ built on or washed into the sea. Renewable resources are exploited so much that they will never be able to recover (25)______ We discharge pollutants into the atmosphere without any thought of the consequences. As a (26)______ the planet's ability to support people is being reduced at the very time when rising human numbers and consumption are (27)______increasingly heavy demands on it. The Earth's (28)______ resources are there for us to use. We need food, water, air, energy, medicines, warmth, shelter and minerals to (29)______ us fed, comfortable, healthy and active. If we are sensible in how we use the resources they will (30)______ indefinitely. But if we use them wastefully and excessively they will soon run out and everyone will suffer. 21: A. Still B. Despite C. Yet D. Although 22: A. for B. just C. already D. entirely 23: A. lone B. individual C. lonely D. alone 24: A. sooner B. rather C. either D. neither 25: A. completely B. quite C. greatly D. utterly 26: A. result B. product C. development D. reaction 27: A. having B. doing C. taking D. making 28: A. natural B. real C. living D. genuine 29: A. stay B. keep C. maintain D. hold 4 30: A. last B. stand C. remain D. go Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correction: 31: Drying food by means of solar energy is a ancient process applied wherever A B C D food an climatic conditions make it possible. 32: The examination will test your ability to understand spoken English, to read A B non technical language, and writing correctly. C D 33: That man was an easy recognized figure with his long, whrite beard and wide A B C D brimmed had. 34: America’s first satellite exploded before it had risen three and a half feet off A B C D the ground. 35: An itch resulting when a nerve that can carry pain is only slightly stimulated. A B C D Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D to complete each sentence: 36: Your teacher is reading a book.You want to ask her a question. You say: ____ A. I’m sorry, I ask you a question. B. Excuse me. May I ask you a question? C. By the way, May I ask you a question? D. Hi, I’ll ask you a question. 37: He denied ____ the shop. A. breaking on B. to break into C. having broken into D. to breaking 38: We’ll have to call the barbecue ____ .It’s going to rain. A. for B. cross C. up D. off 39: She failed the test ____ she studied hard. A. although B. even though C. A&B D. as 40: You ____ out yesterday without a coat. No wonder you caught a cold. A. hadn’t gone B. haven’t gone C. shouldn’t have gone D. mustn’t have gone 41: After a quick ____ at the patient, the doctor rang for an ambulance. A. glance B. stare C. glimpse D. gaze 42: It was very ____ of you to notice that. A. observation B. observe C. observatory D. observant 43: ____ electricity you use, ____ your bill will be. A. The most …the higher B. The more …. the high C. More ….higher D. The more … the higher 44: Sam confessed ____ all the cookies. A. eat B. eating C. to eating D. to eat 45: This one is prettier, but it costs ____ as the other one. 5 A. twice as many B. as many as C. twice as much D. as much as 46: Everyone thought she would accept the offer.____ ,she turned it down. A. However B. More over C. So D. Too 47: Kate:Do you think Mary’s coming to the English club? Jackie: ____ A. I hope not. B. I don’t believe C. I believe not so D. I believe not. 48: I’ve just bought a television set ____ in Japan. A. which they make B. who is made C. which made D. made 49: If I had taken his advice, I ____ now. A. would have been rich B. would be rich C. am rich D. will be rich 50: We went by sea, but we’d rather ____ by air. A. went B. go C. to have go D. have gone 51: We didn’t expect to come up ____ many problems A. about B. for C. against D. with 52: Birds make nests in trees ____ hide their young in the leaves and branches. A. can where they B. where can they C. where they can D. where can them 53: They asked me a lot of questions, ____ I couldn’t answer. A. all of which B. that C. all of whom D. who 54: Under no circumstances ____ to play with fireworks without parental supervision. A. should a child be allowed B. a child be allowed C. a child should be allowed D. a child shouldn’t be allowed 55: By the end of this week,my illness ____ me $100. A. cost B. has cost C. will have cost D. will has cost 56: Neither Canada nor Mexico ____ that citizens of the United States have passports when they want to visit these countries. A. to require B. require C. requires D. requiring 57: When ____ is not known. A. it was invented the wheel B. the wheel was invented C. the invention of the wheel D. was the wheel invented 58: A: Will you come to our party tonight? B: ____, but I ‘ll have an important meeting. A. I’llcome B. I’d like coming C. I’d love to D. I like it. 59: She turned off the record player ____ she could study. A. incase B. but C. so that D. even if 60: The two men looked so alike that it was impossible to ____ between them. A. discriminate B. discern C. distinguish D. differ 61: Let’s go for a coffee, ____ ? A. won’t we B. shall we C. will we D. will you 62: It’s recommended that he ____ his course. A. taking B. take C. takes D. took 63: ____ that Columbus sailed to America. 6 A. That was in 1492 B. It was in 1492 C. In 1492 D. It is in1492 64: ____ I get your call, I’ll leave A. By the time B. As soon as C. Now that D. Although 65: The house is ____ fire. Send ____ the Fire Brigade. A. on - for B. on - to C. in - for D. in - during Choose the word whose stress is different from the other words: 66: A. eradication B. similarity C. resolution D. contradiction 67: A. appeal B. cigarette C. irrelevant D. machine 68: A. validity B. tremendous C. flexible D. commercial 69: A. necessarily B. necessary C. paradigm D. sovereign 70: A. volcanic B. secretary C. advocate D. proposal Choose the sentence that is similar in meaning to the one given: 71: There is absolutely no truth in that rumor. A. That rumor is true to some extent. B. That rumor is absolutely true. C. There is some absolutely true rumor. D. That rumor is absolutely false. 72: I find myself at a loss to understand Harold’s behaviour. A. I lost contact with Harold, so I couldn’t understand his behaviour. B. I find Harold’s behaviour quite incomprehensible. C. I understand Harold’s behaviour completely. D. I have to lose a lot to understand Harold’s behaviour. 73: In all probability, he is coming. A. Undoubtedly, he will come. B. He is coming very soon. C. He is very likely to come. D. He is bound not to come. 74: No matter how hard Fred tried to start the car ,he didn’t succeed. A. It’s hard for Fred to start the car because he never succeeded. B. Fred tried very hard to start the car, and succeeded. C. However hard Fred tried ,he couldn’t start the car. D. Fred tried hard to start the car, and with success. 75: “Would you like some coffee?”, Peter asked me. A. Peter asked me if I liked coffee. B. Peter offered to give me some coffee. C. Peter asked me to make him a cup of coffee. D. Peter, do you like some coffee? 76: She strikes me as a very effective teacher. A. My impression of her is that she is a very effective teacher. B. She is such an effective teacher that she always strikes her students. C. As a teacher, she always strikes me. D. I make an effective impression on the teacher. 77: The onset of the disease is shown by a feeling of faintness. A. The first sign of the disease is a feeling of faintness. B. A feeling of faintness signals the final stage of the disease. 7 C. Faintness causes the disease. D. One feels faint if the disease is over. 78: But for his father’s early retirement, Richard would not have taken over the family business. A. Richard’s father didn’t want him to take over the family business despite his retirement. B. His father retired early, but he still ran the family business. C. Richard only took over the family business because his father decided to retire early. D. Richard didn’t take over the family business because his father didn’t retire. 79: Impressed as we were by the new cinema, we found it rather expensive. A. We weren’t as much impressed by the new cinema’s look as it’s cost. B. We were very impressed by the new cinema,but found it rather expensive. C. We were not impressed by the new cinema at all because it looked rather expensive. D. The new cinema was more expensive than we expected. 80: In spite of their differences, Jim and John plan to be roommates. A. Jim and John intend to be roommates, even though they are different. B. Jim and John do not like each other. C. Jim and John are too different to be roommates D. Jim and John will be dfferent roommates ------THE END----- PRACTICE TEST 2 Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D to complete each sentence: 1: John ________Russian because Russian is his native language. A. is speaking B. speaks C. will speak D. spoke 2: She couldn’t decide ________to dive ______ jump into water. A. whether … or C. not only … but also B. both …or D. neither …or 3: I waved to Karen but failed__________ her attention. A. to be attractedB. to attract C. attracting D. attracted 4: ___________I get your letter, I will reply to you at once. A. By the time B .Now that C. As though D. As soon as 5: “Thank you very much for a lovely party” – “ _________” A. Have a good day B. Not at all C. Thanks D. You are welcome 6: I will not accept his invitation _________any account. A. in B. about C. on D. with 7: I was making my _________, when I realized I’d left my glasses at school. A. route B. way C. path D. lane 8 8: I disagree with parents_______ their views on their children without giving them the chance to think for themselves. A. pouring B. protesting C. straining D. imposing 9: “What would you like to drink?” – “____________”. A. Yes, please B. Thank you C. No, I don’t D. Tea, please 10: “I was so sorry to hear about Jack”. “If he had made more friends here, he might _____”. A. have stayed B. stay C. have stay D. stays 11: She couldn’t give a __________ explanation for her actions. A. dissatisfied B. satisfactory C. uncompetitiveD. competed 12: We wondered who was going to pay for the __________window. A. breaking B. break C. broke D. broken 13: That is a _________________________. A. French stamp valuable C. valuable stamp of France B. French valuable stamp D. valuable French stamp 14: By the end of next year, we _________this advanced training course. A. are finishing B. have finished C. will have finished D. will be finished 15: In order to grow vegetables properly, gardeners must know_______________. A. what are each vegetable’s requirements. B .what the requirements for each vegetable are. C .that is required by each vegetable. D. that the requirements for each vegetable. 16: _________ further rioting to occur, the government would be forced to use its emergency power. A. Were B. Did C. Had D. Should 17: His version of what happened is ____________ . A. corrected B. incorrect C. correcting D. correction 18: Doctors usually have to study for at least seven years before becoming fully____. A. examined B. qualified C. tested D. approved of 19: The director retired early __________ ill-health. A. on behalf of B. in front of C. on account of D. ahead of 20: He refused to give up work, _________he had won a million dollars. A. even though B. however C. as though D. despite 21: The company received _________complaints about the quality of its products. A. continual B. continued C. continuous D. continuing 22: I didn’t see any sign of the money, but I _________ a small notebook and a pencil which _________ when the door opened suddenly. A. have found / probably dropped C. found / had probably dropped B. found / have probably dropped D. find / probably drop 23: He __________to be offered the job. A. was such in experienced or was too in experienced C. was too experienced 9 B. was such inexperienced D. not experienced 24: ___________ lay its eggs in the sand on the beach than it goes back to the sea. A. No sooner a turtle does C. A turtle does no sooner B. No sooner does a turtle D. Does no sooner a turtle 25: Not until about a century after Julius Caesar landed in Britain_________ actually conquer the island. A. the Romans B. did the Romans C. the Romans did D. Romans that 26: “Do you still live there?”- “No, __________ . We’ve moved to a new house”. A . not yet B. not now C. I do not live D. any longer 27: “How long does it take to get to the City Library from here?” – “_________”. A. You can go there by bus. C. I am sorry. I don’t know. B. Yes, it’s a long way. D. It isn’t far. 28: “Your parents must be proud of your result at school”. – “______________” A. Sorry to hear that. C. Of course B. Thanks. It’s certainly encouraging. D. I am glad you like it. 29: The strike was caused by the_________ of two workers. A. dismiss B. dismissing C. dismissed D. dismissal 30: The factory was _________ so the management tried to cut costs by making some workers redundant. A. competition B. competitive C. uncompetitiveD. competed Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently: 31: A. debris B. deny C. deter D. demand 32: A. likes B. tightens C. heaps D. fuss Choose the word whose stress is different from the other words: 33: A. jacket B. ingredient C. favourite D. notice 34: A. mathematics B. history C. literature D. physics 35: A. opponent B. disappear C. arrangement D. contractual Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correction: 36: The Concord could fly across the Atlantic without refueling and carrying 11 A B C D tons of freight. 37: Every country has their own traditions, some of which have existed for centuries. A B C D 38: People tend to make a lot of shopping at Xmas time. A B C D 39: Vietnam is famous for many beautiful spots like ha Long Bay, Sapa, and Da Lat. A B C D 40: Queen Elizabeth prefers what her jewels should be left in their original setting. A B C D Choose the sentence that is similar in meaning to the one given: 41: He was sentenced to six months in prison for his part in the robbery 10 [...]... Gloria.” Said Ivan A Ivan apologized to Gloria for borrowing her money B Ivan offered to pay Gloria the money back C Ivan promised to pay back Gloria’s money D Ivan suggested paying back the money to Gloria Choose the sentence (A, B, C, D) that is best written based on the words provided 49: France/ Independence Day / day / yesterday // 11 A The France’s Independence day was before yesterday B The Day of... plantations In the nineteenth century the banjo was a standard 5 instrument in minstrel shows, and, as it continued to be used, it was changed in various ways Machined pegs were added for precise tuning, frets were added for better intonation, and vellum heads were added to improve the tension The number of strings also continued to change Early banjos had four strings, while later models had as many... Yes, it is And I’m your teacher C Not realy, he’s the man over there D No, he isn’t here 7: The room was noisy and not very for studying A suited B fitted C proper D suitable 8: No one died in the accident, ? A didn’t they B did he C didn’t he D did they 9: she entered the house than the phone started to ring A Hardly had B No sooner had C No longer had D Scarcely had 10: He worked hard everything... exhibition D demonstration 21 One of riding a bicycle is that it's cheap A credit B advantage C advance D value 22 If we do not take steps to protect the world's wild life, many species of birds and animals are likely to completely A die out B die down C die away D die from 23 I lost the keys to my house and had to climb in _the window A by B to C through D with 24 Columbus was one of ... echoes produced when the waves bounce off objects By determining the time it takes for the echoes to return to the radar set, a trained technician can determine the distance between the radar set and other objects The word “radar”, in fact, gets its name from the term “radio detection and ranging” “Ranging” is the term for detection of the distance between an object and the radar set Besides being... company A at B through C up D on 22: Max is not a(n) _ drinker but he likes a glass of wine occasionally A addict B heavy C drunk D obsessed 23: I d rather you _ smoke in here A don’t B shouldn’t C didn’t D not 24: Don’t phone me between 8.00 and 9.00 I shall _ then A study B be studying C be studied D have studied 25: The flat is decorated in a _ combination of colours A tasteful B sweet C delicious... the nation; later gas, oil and minerals were found in unbelievable amounts There was a great abundance of very fertile soil Forests, prairies, streams and rivers abounded with wildlife So vast were these resources that it seemed that they couldnever be use up So forests were destroyed to make way for farmland Grass lands and prairies wre plowed and harrowed Minerals and oil were used in great quantities... too far in advance (78) plans which are made for a date more than a week tend to be forgotten The meaning of time differs in different parts of the world (79) , misunderstandings arise between people from cultures that treat time (80) 71: A conversation B call C.talk D phone 72: A attached B shown C drawn D taken 73: A dialed B done C sent D made 74: A sleep B sleeping C slept D sleepy 75:... the best answer among A, B, C or D to complete each sentence: 6 Nancy's father her that he would stop drinking A promised B said C deceived D requested 7 Taking care of the baby a lot of Karen A demands B depends C relies D requests 8 Taking too many pills will you problems A cause B affect C influence D convey 9 Mr Hudson's report covered _of the information that we had to consider about... B up C over D down 31 He decided to call the police _he 'd witnessed the car accident A while B since C as soon as D until 32 She 'd _switched on the TV _there was a knock on the door A hardly when B no sooner than C hardly than D no sooner when 16 33 She 'd _gone to bed _there was a telephone call A no sooner than B hardly than C hardly when D no sooner when 34. _she sent her . it was changed in various ways. Machined pegs were added for precise tuning, frets were added for better intonation, and vellum heads were added to improve. competitive C. uncompetitiveD. competed Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently: 31: A. debris B. deny C. deter D. demand 32: A. likes B.
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