Ngoại ngữ ĐỀ THI THỬ VÀO 10 - ĐỀ 9

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    Decide the word whose position of the main stress is different from that of the others in each line.

    Choose the right option for each gap in the following sentences.

    6.Paul did so well in his speech today: he_______ it many times this past week.
    A. had been rehearsing B. would have rehearsed
    C. must have rehearsed D. should have rehearsed
    7.You have to be rich to send a child to a private school because the fees are_____.
    A. astronomical B. aeronautical C. astrological D. atmospheric
    8.Many of the jobs which have been created in this area can be directly ________ to tourism.
    A. supported B. dedicated C. attracted D. attributed
    9.Unless something is done about unemployment, the________for the future is not good.
    A. overlook B. outlook C. look D. lookout
    10. The recent hurricane has caused______ damage in Myanmar.
    A. wide B. wider C. widespread D. widely
    11. The army tried successfully to_______ the Government.
    A. throw away B. throw off C. overthrow D. outthrow
    12. There’s been another_______ of bird’s flu in some rural
    A. breakdown B. breakout C.outbreak D.breakout
    13. The driving license he carried was____.
    A. artificial B. imitation C. outbreak D. breakthrough
    14. - “Could I have rice instead of chips?”
    A. Yes, all right B. Yes, please C. That’s right D. Of course not
    15. _____ has she behaved like that before.
    A. Only by B. When C. For D. Never
    16. _____ , James is very punctual, but he is late today.
    A. Under rule B. Like a rule C. As a rule D. For a rule
    17. As the drug took______ , the patient became quieter.
    A. effect B. force C. influence D.action
    18. I’ve been shopping all morning, and now I feel________.
    A. exhausting B. tiring C. worn-out D. disappointed
    19. The twins looked so alike that it was impossible to_____.
    A. differ B. identify C. distinguish D. discriminate
    20. They made the fried chicken by mixing_______ flour with water, then flouring the chicken.
    A.few B. a few C. little D. a little
    21. Can you keep calm for a moment? You_________ noise in class!
    A. are always making B. always make
    C. are always made D. have always made
    22. Tim told me that he_________ that afternoon.
    A.would leave B. was leaving C. will leave D. would have left
    23.Did you_________ that the front door was locked before you came out?
    A.check B. control C. look out D. secure
    24.The majority of walkers only go rambling on_________
    A.common B. frequent C. occasional D. repeated
    25.The doctor______ him to smoke a few cigarettes each day.
    A. let B. made C. stopped D. allowed
    26.Father would not________us to go there for the weekend.
    A.let B. permit C. agree D. consent
    27.I am sorry to hear that Peter and Dick have____ . They were such good friends.
    A.fallen against B. fallen out C. dropped out D. dropped against
    28.In order to achieve the desired result in this experiment, it is necessary that he ______ as fast as he can. B. worked C. works D. will work
    29.I am sure we can believe her. She is usually very_________ .
    A.true B. truthful C. trustful D. trustworthy
    30.The number of______ in the factory has increased so much that the police have been asked to investigate.
    A.thieves B. thefts C. robbers D. robberies
    31.Although the patient’s condition is serious, she seems to be out of______now
    A.order B. control C. danger D. place
    32.Most famous people behave quite normally_______
    A.on B. in C. with D. for
    33.The candidate for_____I voted has won the election.
    A.who B. whom C. that D. which
    34._______my father is old, he still goes jogging.
    A.Since B. Despite C. Because D. Although
    35.We hope________ as volunteers in next festival vacation.
    A.being chosen B. to choose C. choosing D. to be chosen
    One of the four underlined parts marked A, B, C, D in each sentence is not correct in standard English. Identify them.

    36. People usually wear (A) clothing with (B) two basic (C) purposes – warmth and decoration (D) .
    37. Neither (A) of the boys (B) has handed in the assignment (C) already (D) .
    38. He recommended all his friends (A) riding (B) bicycles instead of (C) motorbikes .
    39. Soapberry trees and shrubs thrive (A) in tropical regions (B) , and being (C) ornamental plants in some US states (D) .
    40. Students suppose (A) to read all the questions (B) carefully and find out (C) the answers to them (D) .
    Choose the correct option A, B, C or D for each numbered gap to complete the passage.

    If you’re interested in astrology, Dr. Angela Turner’s latest book Love Stars is well (41)_____ reading. The author is also a professional psychologist and she (42)_____ use of her scientific knowledge to explain which sort of personality types are best (43)______ to each other. She (44)_______ the different star signs, gives a detailed (45)_______ analysis of each one, and then explains which signs (46)_______together.The book is clearly laid out and easy to read, and as a (47)_______ rule, she has made it as easy as (48)____to find what you’re looking for. It is very well-written, and would make an (49)________ gift for anyone who (50)_____ in the power of the stars.
    41. A. worthB. valueC. useD. point
    42. A. makesB. bringsC.takesD. puts
    43. A. matchedB. fittedC. equaledD. suited
    44. A. looks overB. looks afterC.looks intoD. looks on
    45. A. personB. characterC. humanD. nature
    46. A. comeB. stayC. goD. leave
    47. A. typicalB. commonC. normalD. general
    48. A. likelyB. possibleC. probableD. imaginable
    49. A. accurateB. exactC. idealD. precise
    50. A. believesB. understandsC. thinksD. realizes
    Read the following two passages and choose the correct answer to each question.

    Every year in late December, a southward-moving current warms the water along the Pacific coast of Peru. Because the warm current arrives around Christmas, the Peruvians named it El Nino, “boychild”. Until the mid 1970s,
    El Nino was an unrecognised local phenomenon, until scientists began to realise that El Nino, later named El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO), is part of a huge ocean and atmosphere system that is felt as far away as Australia and Indonesia.
    Every few years the El Nino current is warmer than normal, causing greater ocean warming and consequently changes in the normal patterns of sea and surface temperatures. The resulting changes in atmospheric pressure affect trade wind speeds and the location of the largest thunderstorms, thus affecting weather patterns around the world. The shift in location of the Pacific’s largest thunderstorms, which usually occur from the Western Pacific to the Central Pacific, changes global weather patterns because the thunderstorms pump air into the atmosphere in different places than normal. The result is a shift in the location of high – and low-pressure areas, wind patterns, and the paths followed by storms.
    From 1982 to 1983 the El Nino condition caused greater than average precipitation along the US West Coast and sent five hurricanes to French Polynesia, which normally goes years without hurricanes. That same year, El Nino was linked to floods in Louisiana, Florida, Cuba, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia, and to droughts in Hawaii, Mexico, Southern Africa, the Philippines, Indonesia and Australia.
    In response to the 1982 – 83 global weather disruption, the World Meteorological Organization initiated the Tropical Ocean and Global Atmosphere (TOGA) program. The goal of the 10-year program is to gain a better understanding of El Nino so scientists can forecast future El Nino episodes and their likely results.
    51.Which of the following could be the title of the passage?
    A.A Natural Phenomenon B. An Ocean and Atmosphere System
    C.A Kind of “Boychild” D.The Forecast of the Future
    52.The highlighted word “it” in the passage refers to_______ .
    A.December B. the warm current
    C.Christmas D.the coast of Peru
    53.It can be inferred from the passage that before the mid 1970s the scientists____.
    A.had already realized El Nino B. knew nothing about El Nino
    C.devised the name El Nino D.felt El Nino in Australia and Indonesia
    54.According to the passage, El Nino can affect_______ .
    A.wind speed B. world trade C. the atmosphere D. the oceans
    55.With which of following does the word initiated in the passage could best be
    A.produced B. responded C. disrupted D. established
    Read the following passage and choose the correct answer to each question.

    Very few people in the modem world obtain their food supply by hunting and gathering in the natural environment surrounding their homes. This method of harvesting from nature’s provision is the oldest known subsistence strategy, and has been practised for at least the last two million years. It was, indeed, the only way to obtain food until rudimentary farming and the domestication of animals were introduced about 10,000 years ago.
    Because hunter-gatherers have fared poorly in comparison with their agricultural cousins, their numbers have dwindled, and they have been forced to live in marginal environments such as deserts, forests, or arctic wastelands. In higher latitudes, the shorter growing season has restricted the availability of plant life. Such conditions have caused a greater dependence on hunting and, along the coasts and waterways, on fishing. The abundance of vegetation in the lower latitudes of the tropics, on the other hand, has provided a greater opportunity for gathering a variety of plants. In short, the environmental differences have restricted the diet and have limited possibilities for the development of subsistence societies. Contemporary hunter-gatherers may help us understand our prehistoric ancestors. We know from observation of modem hunter-gatherers in both Africa and Alaska that a society based on hunting and gathering must be very mobile. While the entire community camps in a central location, a smaller party harvests the food within a reasonable distance from the camp. When the food in the area is exhausted, the community moves on to exploit another site. We also notice a seasonal migration pattern evolving for most hunter-gatherers, along with a strict division of labour between the sexes. These patterns of behaviour may be similar to those practised by mankind during the Paleolithic Period.
    56.With which of the following topics is the passage primarily concerned?
    A.The Paleolithic period B.Subsistence farming
    C.Hunter-gatherers D.Marginal environments
    57.Which is the oldest subsistence strategy?
    A.Migrating B.Domesticating animals
    C.Farming D.Hunting and gathering
    58.When was hunting and gathering introduced?
    A.1,000,000 years ago B.2,000,000 years ago
    C.10,000 years ago D.2,000 years ago
    59.What conditions exist in lower latitudes?
    A.Greater dependence on hunting.
    B.More coasts and waterways for fishing.
    C.A shorter growing season.
    D.A large variety of plant life.
    60.How can we know more about the hunter-gatherers of prehistoric times?
    A.By studying the remains of their camp sites.
    B.By studying similar contemporary societies.
    C.By studying the prehistoric environment.
    D.By practising hunting and gathering.
    Choose the word or phrase that best replaces the underlined in each of the sentences.

    61.All at once, the sky became dark and it started to rain.
    A.At times B. Suddenly C. Occasionally D. Immediately
    62.I was on my own a lot when I went to England to study. B. sad C. sick D. alone
    63.Every house in this street has been demolished.
    A.explored B. tom down C. removed D. tom up
    64.I submitted an application, but the committee turned it down.
    A.rejected it B. refused to take it
    C.threw it away D.made it shorter
    65.She showed considerable talent for getting what she wanted.
    A.inability B. capability C. persistence D. qualification
    66.A free trade agreement would be advantageous to both countries.
    A.agreeable B.beneficial C. preferential D. initial
    67.He sounded panic-stricken on the phone.
    A.happy B.troubled C. terrified D. disappointed
    68.The council advocated banning cars in the city centre.
    A.supported B.voted against C. asked for D. issued
    69.His constant boasting irritated her.
    A.annoyed B. excited C. petrified D. hurt
    70.Despite her abilities she has been repeatedly overlooked for promotion.
    A.overdid B. noticed C. requested D. ignored
    Choose the correct option A, B, C, or D to complete the following sentences.

    71.Skimming along the surface of the ocean or rising from its depths like delicate balloons,_________to their aquatic habitat.
    A.the perfect adaptation of jellyfish
    B.jellyfish are perfectly adapted
    C.jellyfish are adapted to perfection
    D.the adaptation is perfect for jellyfish
    72.________around, it gives us vital information about our environment.
    A.The sounds are heard B.That we hear the sounds
    C.Hearing the sounds D. Whatever the sounds are heard
    73.Beginning in the Middle Ages, composers of Western music used a system of notating their compositions_______ .
    A.yet they would be performed by musicians
    B.that be performed by musicians
    C.when performed by musicians they could be performed by musicians
    74.Civil Rights are the freedoms and rights__________as a member of a community, state, or nation.
    A.may have a person B.that have a person
    C.a person may have D.and a person may have
    75.During the late fifteenth century,________ had professions in the fields of arts and crafts.
    A.only a few of the native societies of America
    B.only few of the native societies of America
    C.few but only of the native American societies
    D.a few only of the native American societies
    Choose the sentence which is closest in meaning to the one given.

    76.The police let him leave after they had questioned.
    A.He was let to leave after he had his questions.
    B.He was allowed not to leave after being questioned by the police.
    C.He was released after being questioned by the police.
    D.The police would permit him to leave provided he was questioned.
    77.It was kind of Jane to send me flowers when I was sick.
    A.I was kind enough to send Jane flowers.
    B.I appreciate Jane sending me flowers when I was ill.
    C.Jane was ill so I sent her flowers.
    D.When I was ill, I received some flowers from Jane.
    78.Although Mr. Pike was seriously sick, he still composed nice pieces of music.
    A.Pike’s pieces of music were very serious.
    B.Pike did not compose any nice piece of music because he was sick.
    C.Despite his sickness, Mr. Pike still composed nice pieces of music.
    D.Pike was too sick to compose music.
    79.Jack is afraid he’ll gain weight if he stops smoking.
    A.Jack is afraid he’ll become fat if he quits smoking.
    B.Jack does not realize the dangers of smoking.
    C.Jack is afraid of giving up smoking.
    D.Jack is worried he’ll put on weight if he cuts down on smoking.
    80.The error on my taxes was made by my accountant.
    A.My tax accountant found the mistake that I made.
    B.I made an error because I did not have a tax accountant.
    C.Tax accountants always make errors.
    D.My accountant made a mistake.
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