Đề thi thử Đại học môn Tiếng Anh

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Đề thi thử Đại học môn Tiếng Anh
ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC 31
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 1. A. sweet B. sweat C. beastie D. creature
Question 2. A. neophyte B. geocentric C. leopard D. leotard
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions from 51 to 55:
Question 3: A. environment	B. satisfy	C. imagine	D. attractive
Question 4: A. biology	B. ability	C. interactive	D. inaccurate
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 5. John announced that he could not longer tolerate the conditions of the contract under which he was working. 
A. that    	B. not longer    	C. of    	D. under which
Question 6. Mary was determined to leave the office by 4:30 for catching the early train home. 
A. to leave     	B. by     	C. for catching     D. home
Question 7. The little boys mother bought him a five - speeds racing bicycle for his birthday. 
 A                                         B            C                                 D
Mark the letter A, B, C or d on your answer shhet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 8. Jim told me that last year; the company celebrated their tenth anniversary with an elaborate dinner party that was held in an old castle.
	A. Last year, according to Jim, there was an elaborate banquet which took place in an old castle in honour of the company's tenth anniversary.
	B. According to Jim, the ancient castle provides a wonderful place to arrange any special occasion, such as the party his company held there on their tenth anniversary.
	C. Jim says that since last year, his company has been preparing for an elaborate banquet in an old castle to celebrate their tenth anniversay.
	D. The company where Jim works held an elaborate party in an old castle last year to celebrate their tenth anniversary.
Question 9. It isn't just that the level of education of this school is high. It's that it's also been consistent for years.
A. The level of education in this school, which is usually quite high, shows only slight variations from year to year.
B. The standard of education is not high in this school, but at least all the students are at the same level.
C. Not only are the standards of education good in this school, but it has maintained those standards over the years.
D. It isn't fair to deny that this school is successful, as it has had the same high standards for many years now.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following questions
Question 10. “Excuse me, is anybody sitting here?” – “__________________”
         A. Sorry, the seat is taken.     	B. Yes, I am so glad    
	C. No, thanks.        	D. Yes, yes. You can sit here.
Question 11. - "Do you mind if I use your phone?" - ".__________________."
 A. Yes, certainly	B. Sorry. I have no idea 
 C. Not at all. Help yourself	D. You can say that again
Choose the sentence which is closest in meaning to the given one
Question 12. The writer Kate Millett was forced to stay in a psychiatric hospital by her family.
	A. Problems with her family made the writer Kate Millett go to a psychiatric hospital.
	B. Together with her family, the writer Kate Millett was made to go into a psychiatric hospital.
	C. The writer Kate Millett's family made her stay in a psychiatric hospital.
	D. The family of the writer Kate Millett convinced her to remain in a psychiatric hospital.
Question 13. Susan congratulated Jane on having beaten Fiona at the chess tournament.
	A. Jane beat Fiona at the chess tournament, and so Susan suggested celebrating this victory.
	B. For her victory over Fiona at the chess tournament, Jane was complimented by Susan.
	C. Susan was the first to congratulate Jane when she won a victory over Fiona at the chess tournament.
	D. Jane won the chess tournament by finally beating Fiona, so Susan congratulated her for it.
Question 14. In the 1996 presidential election in the US, the majority of Americans abstained from voting.
A. Most Americans chose not to vote for any presidential candidate in the 1996 election in the US.
 B. The US presidential election had to be held again in 1996, as the majority of Americans refused to vote
	C. In the US presidential election of 1996, many Americans decided not to cast a vote.
	D. The majority of American voters cast a vote in the US presidential election of 1996.
Find the word which is SYNONYMOUS in meaning with the underlined one:
Question 15. The interviewer spends most of the interview trying to confirm the impression given by the candidate in the first few moments. 
	A. verify	B. misrepresent	C. recollect	D. conclude 
Question 16. Experiments have shown that in selecting personnel for a job, interviewing is at best a hindrance, and may even cause harm
	A. assistance 	B. encouragement	C. procedure	D. interference
Find the word which is ANTONYMOUS in meaning with the underlined one:
Question 17. The notice should be put in the most conspicuous place so that all the students can be well-informed. 	A. easily seen 	B. concealed	C. popular	D. suspicious
Question 18: In some countries, the disease burden could be prevented through environmental improvements.
	A. something to suffer	 B. something sad	C. something to entertain	D. something enjoyable
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 19: It’s a formal occasion so we’ll have to.to the nines- no jeans and pullovers this time! 
A. hitch up
B. put on 
C. wear in 
D. get dressed up
Question 20.  When I bought the shoes, they ___________ me well but later they were too tight at home
 	A. matched   	B. fitted   	C. suited   	D. went with
Question 21: Stay out of this problem and do not interfere, please! It’s none of your _______!
A. work	B. job	C. business	D. action
Question 22: There seems to be a large . between the number of people employed in service industries, and those employed in the primary sectors.
A. discriminate
B. discretion
C. discrepancy
D. distinguish
Question 23: ________, human beings have relatively constant body temperature.
 A. Alike all mammal B. Alike all mammals C. Like all mammals D. Like all mammal
Question 24: According to a recent survey, ________ doctors do not have a personal physician.
 A. a large amount of B. large amount of C. a large number of D. large number of
Question 25: A washing machine of this type will certainly.normal domestic use.
A. stand up for
B. come up with
C. get on to
D. take down with 
Question 26: It’s essential that every student the exam before attending the course.
A. pass 
B. passes 
C. would pass
D. passed 
Question 27: I decided to go to the library as soon as I.
finish what I did
C. finished what I did
B. would finish what I did 
D. finished what I was doing 
Question 28: We all agree that she is _____ student in our class.
	A. the cleverest	B. a more clever	C. cleverest	D. most clever
Question 29: Michael looked deeply hurt and surprised when _____.
	A. scolding	B. scolded	C. having scolded	D. to scold
Question 30: The boat was sailing north when a terrible storm _____.
	A. broke	B. would break	C. had broken	D. was breaking
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks.
Organic farmers also use alternatives (31)  pesticides; for example they may rely on natural predators of certain insect pests. (32)  the need arises, they can buy the eggs and larvae of these natural predators and introduce them into their crop fields. They use (33)  techniques to control pests as well, like planting certain crops together because one crop repels the other's pests. Organic farmers do not need a lot of land;(34)  organic farming is perfectly (35)  to small farms and is relatively inexpensive. Finally, many organic farmers' average yields compare favorably with other farmers' yields.
Question 31. A. of 	B. to 	C. for	D. from
Question 32. A. Then 	B. If 	C. Because 	D. Though
Question 33 A others 	B. another 	C. the others 	D. other
Question 34. A instead 	B. in one way 	C. on one hand 	D. in fact
Question 35. A. suitable 	B. open 	C. likely 	D. suited
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 
The immune system is equal in complexity to the combined intricacies of the brain and nervous system. The success of the immune system in defending the body relies on a dynamic regulatory communications network consisting of millions and millions of cells. Organized into sets and subsets, these cells pass information back and forth like clouds of bees swarming around a hive. The result is a sensitive system of checks and balances that produces an immune response that is prompt, appropriate, effective, and self-limiting. 
	At the heart of the immune system is the ability to distinguish between self and non-self. When immune defenders encounter cells or organisms carrying foreign or non-self molecules, the immune troops move quickly to eliminate the intruders. Virtually every body cell carries distinctive molecules that identify it as self. The body’s immune defenses do not normally attack issues that carry self-markers. Rather, immune cells and other body cells coexist peaceably in a state known as self-tolerance. When a normally functioning immune system attacks a non-self molecule, the system has the ability to remember the specifics of the foreign body. Upon subsequent encounters with the same species of molecules, the immune system reacts accordingly. With the possible exception of antibodies passed during lactation, this so-called immune system memory is not inherited. Despite the occurrence of a virus in your family, your immune system must learn from experience with the many millions of distinctive non-self molecules in the sea of microbes in which we live. Learning entails producing the appropriate molecules and cells to match up with and counteract each non-self invader. 
	Any substance capable of triggering an immune response is called an antigen. Antigens are not to be confused with allergens, which are most often harmless substances (such as ragweed pollen or cat hair) that provoke the immune system to set off the inappropriate and harmful response known as allergy. An antigen can be a virus, a bacterium, a fungus, a parasite, or even a portion or product of one of these organisms. Tissues or cells from another individual (except an identical twin, whose cells carry identical self markers) also act as antigens; because the immune system recognizes transplanted tissues as foreign, it rejects them. The body will even reject nourishing proteins unless they are first broken down by the digestive system into their primary, non-antigenic building blocks. An antigen announces its foreignness by means of intricate and characteristic shapes called epitopes, which protrude from its surface. Most antigens, even the simplest microbes, carry different kinds of epitopes on their surface; some may even carry several hundred. Some epitopes will be more effective than others at stimulating an immune response. Only in abnormal situations does the immune system wrongly identify self as non-self and execute a misdirected immune attack. The result can be so-called autoimmune disease such as rheumatoid arthritis or systemic lupus erythematosis. The painful side effects of these diseases are caused by a person’s immune system actually attacking itself. 
36. After you have had the chicken pox, your immune system will be able to do all of the following EXCEPT __________. 
	A. prevent your offspring from infection by the chicken pox virus
	B. remember previous experiences with the chicken pox virus
	C. match up and counteract non-self molecules in the form of the chicken pox virus
	D. distinguish between your body cells and that of the chicken pox virus
37. Which of the following best expresses the main idea of this passages ? 
	A. The human body presents an opportune habitat for microbes. 
	B. One of the immune system’s primary functions is the allergic response. 
	C. An antigen is any substance that triggers an immune response. 
	D. The basic function of the immune system is to distinguish between self and non-self. 
38. Why would tissue transplanted from father to daughter have a greater risk of being detected as foreign than a tissue transplanted between identical twins ? 
	A. The age of the twins’ tissue would be the same and, therefore, less likely to be rejected. 
B. The identical twins’ tissue would carry the same self-markers and would, therefore, be less likely to be rejected. 
C. The twins’ immune systems would remember the same encounters with childhood illnesses. 
D. The difference in the sex of the father and daughter would cause the tissue to be rejected by the daughter’s immune system. 
39. What is the meaning of the underlined word ‘intricacies’ as it is used in the first sentence of the passage ? 
	A. elaborate interconnections	B. comprehensive coverage 
	C. inherent perplexity	D. confusion of pathways 
40. What is the specific term for the substance capable of triggering an inappropriate or harmful immune response to a harmless substance such as ragweed pollen ? 
	A. microbe	B. antigen	C. allergen	D. autoimmune disease 
41. How do the cells in the immune system recognize an antigen as foreign or non-self ? 
	A. through an allergic response	B. through blood type 
C. through fine hairs protruding from the antigen surface	
D. through characteristic shapes on the antigen surface 
42. The immune cells and other cells in the body coexist peaceably in a state known as __________. 
	A. self-tolerance	B. harmony	C. tolerance	D. equilibrium 
43. What is the analogy used to describe the communications network among the cells in the immune system ? 
	A. A sea of microbes	B. The immune system’s memory 
	C. Bees swarming around a hive	D. Immune troops eliminating intruders 
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
   Who talk more – men or women? Most people believe that women talk more. However, linguist Deborah Tannen, who has studied the communication style of men and women , says that this is a stereotype . According to Tannen, women are more verbal – talk more – in private situations , where they use conversation as the “glue” to hold relationships together. But, she says, men talk more in public situations, where they use conversation to exchange information and gain status. Tannen points out that we can see these differences even in children. Little girls often play with one “best friend”, their play includes a lot of conversation. Little boys often play games in groups; their play usually involves more doing than talking. In school, girls are often better at verbal skills, boys are often better at mathematics.
    A recent study at Emory University helps to shed light on the roots of this difference. Researchers studied conversation between children age 3-6 and their parents. They found evidence that parents talk very differently to their son than they do to their daughters. The startling conclusion was that parents use more language with their girls. Specifically, when parents talk with their daughters , they use more descriptive language and more details. There is also far more talk about emotions, especially sadness, with daughters than with sons.  
Question 44 . Which sentence best expresses the main idea of the first paragraph?
      A. Little girls and little boys have different ways of playing.
      B. Women talk more than men.       C. It’s stereotype that women talk more than men .
      D. Women talk more in private , and men talk more in publiC.
Question 45. Which  word  is similar in meaning to  “glue”  in line 3 ?
              A. means                             B. sticky substance              C.  game                            D.  rope
Question 46. Which sentence best expresses the main idea of the second paragraph?
  A. Researchers have studied  the conversations of children and their parents. 
  B. Parents do not talk much about sadness with their sons. 
  C. Study at Emory University can help to explain the differences between communication styles of boys and girls.
  D. An Emory University found that parents talk more with their daughters than with their sons.
Question 47. The word they in line 3 refers to 
              A. situations.                B. women              C. men and women              D. men 
Question 48. Which of the following statements can be inferred from the first paragraph ?
      A. Men and women have different styles of talking , which may begin in childhood. 
      B. Men are more sociable than women. 
      C. According to Tannen, the belief that women talk more is partly right but most wrong and oversimplified. 
      D. Women talk more in some situations, men talk more in others. 
Question 49. Which word could best replace “startling” ?
              A. beginning              B. annoying              C. surprising                         D. interesting              
Question 50. Which of the following statements is TRUE about the passage?
      A. Parents use more language to talk with their daughters. 
      B. Boys don’t like showing their emotions.
      C. Parents give more love to their daughters than their sons.
      D. Girls are thought to be more talkative than boys.
ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC 31- KEY
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 1. A. sweet B. sweat C. beastie D. creature
Question 2. A. neophyte B. geocentric C. leopard D. leotard
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions from 51 to 55:
Question 3: A. environment	B. satisfy	C. imagine	D. attractive
Question 4: A. biology	B. ability	C. interactive	D. inaccurate
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 5. John announced that he could not longer tolerate the conditions of the contract under which he was working. 
A. that    	B. not longer    	C. of    	D. under which
Question 6. Mary was determined to leave the office by 4:30 for catching the early train home. 
A. to leave     	B. by     	C. for catching     D. home
Question 7. The little boys mother bought him a five - speeds racing bicycle for his birthday. 
 A                                         B            C                                 D
Mark the letter A, B, C or d on your answer shhet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 8. Jim told me that last year; the company celebrated their tenth anniversary with an elaborate dinner party that was held in an old castle.
	A. Last year, according to Jim, there was an elaborate banquet which took place in an old castle in honour of the company's tenth anniversary.
	B. According to Jim, the ancient castle provides a wonderful place to arrange any special occasion, such as the party his company held there on their tenth anniversary.
	C. Jim says that since last year, his company has 

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