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  • 1. ENGLISH TEST 12 THGRADEĐỀ THI THỬ VÀO ĐẠI HỌC VÀ CAO ĐẲNG MÔN TIẾNG ANH - LỚP 12Practice English Test for University and College Competitive Examination(Thời gian 90 phút)MÃ ĐỀ THI: 108(Thí sinh không được sử dụng tài liệu)Họ, tên thí sinh:..................................................................... Số báodanh………………………..Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to eachof the following questionsQuestion 1: ______ to the national park before, Sue was amazed to see the geysers.A. Have not been B. Not having been C. Having not been D. Being notQuestion 2: __________ begin their existence as ice crystals over most of the earth seems likely.A. Raindrops B. That raindrops C. If raindrops D. What if raindropsQuestion 3: Not only ______ much bigger than any other planet, but unlike the planets, itconsists completely of gaseous material.A. is the Sun B. that the Sun C. Sun is D. the Sun, which isQuestion 4: _________ developed so rapidly in Alabama primarily because of its rich naturalresources.A. Heavy industry that was B. When heavy industryC. Heavy industry D. That heavy industryQuestion 5: _______ so aggressive, we’d get on much better.A. Weren’t she B. If she weren’t C. Had she not D. She was notQuestion 6: Mary is a girl with _____________ and a straight nose.A. almond-eyed shape B. almond-shape eyedC. almond-shaped eyes D. eyes shaped almondQuestion 7: Lan: ‘Would you say that English is a global language?’ Hoa: ‘_______’A. I like it. B. Yes, it hasC. I don’t understand the difference D. Oh, absolutelyQuestion 8: “Could I speak to Susie May, please?” “Yes._______.”A. Answering B. Saying C. Speaking D. TalkingQuestion 9: We have had the roof of our house ______A. to replace B. replaced C. replace D. been replacedQuestion 10: On being told about the sack, ____________.
  • 2. A. her boss felt sorry for Mary B. all are correctC. Mary’s face turned pale D. Mary was shockedQuestion 11: These policies ________ in many elderly and disabled people suffering hardship.A. recalled B. succeeded C. resulted D. resignedQuestion 12: Laura: ‘Thanks a lot for giving me a lift.’ Tom: ‘___________’A. It’s nice of you B. Fine C. Never mentioned D. My pleasureQuestion 13: The policeman explained to us ________ get to the market.A. how could B. how C. how we could D. how could weQuestion 14: Please cut my hair _______ the style in this magazine.A. the same long as B. the same length like C. the same length as D. the same long likeQuestion 15: “Why is the ground so wet?” – “It _____ last night.”A. must have rained B. would have rained C. would rain D. should haverainedQuestion 16: It was nice to ______ Alice after all these years of no contact.A. hear to B. hand down C. see down D. hear fromQuestion17: Never say that again, _______?A. will you B. won’t you C. don’t you D. do youQuestion 18: Please answer the phone for me. I don’t want to speak to ______ it is.A. whenever B. whoever C. whenever D. whateverQuestion 19: She has to pass all her exams or_______ she would have no holiday.A. though B. else C. instead D. thereforeQuestion 20: Joe seemed to be in a good mood, ____ he snapped at me angrily when I askedhim to join us.A. so B. and C. for D. yetQuestion 21: ael could hardly wait to ________ his new bicycle.A. try out B. put on C. turn back D. sit downQuestion 22: Does this jacket ________ my trousers?A. go with B. go ahead C. go off D. go through withQuestion 23: James: ‘Do you mind if I open the window?’ Carol: ‘_______________’A. I’d rather you didn’t B. Yea, of courseC. Please, don’t worry D. Yes, it is, isn’t it?Question 24: It’s essential that every student ________ the exam before attending the courseA. passed B. pass C. passes D. would passQuestion 25: Brown: ‘____________’ Smith: ‘Thanks, I’ll write to you as soon as I arrive inParis.’A. Have a go! B. God bless you!C. Better luck next time! D. Have a nice trip!Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet toindicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 26 to 35
  • 3. Because writing has become so important in our culture, we sometimes think of it as more realthan speech. A little thought, however, will show why speech is primary and writing is secondary inlanguage. Human beings have been writing (as far as we can tell from surviving evidence) for atleast 5000 years; but they have been talking for much longer, doubtless ever since there havebeen human beings.When writing did develop, it was derived from and represented speech, although imperfectly.Even today, there are spoken languages that have no written from. Furthermore, we all learn to talkwell before we learn to write; any human child who is not severely handicapped physically ormentally will learn to talk: a normal human being cannot be prevented from doing so. On the otherhand, it takes a special effort to learn to write; in the past many intelligent and useful members ofsociety did not acquire the skill, and even today many who speak languages with writing systemsnever learn to read or write, while some who learn the rudiments of those skills do so onlyimperfectly.To affirm the primacy of speech over writing is not, however, to disparage to latter. Oneadvantage writing has over speech is that it is more permanent and makes possible the records thatany civilization must have. Thus, if speaking makes us human, writing makes us civilized.Question 26: The word doubtless in the passage mostly means_____A. almost certainly B. almost uncertainly C. almost impossibly D. almost doubtfullyQuestion 27: In order to show that learning requires effort, the author gives the exampleof_____A. intelligent people who could not write B. people who speak many languagesC. people who learn the rudiments of speech D. severely handicapped childrenQuestion 28: The following statements are true EXCEPT_____A. Every spoken language has written formB. Men have been writing for at least 5000 years.C. Writing was derived from speechD. We can talk before we can writeQuestion 29: The author of the passage argues that____A. all languages should have written formsB. everyone who learn to speak must learn to writeC. speech is more basic to learn than to writeD. writing has become too important in today’s societyQuestion 30: The word disparage in the passage mostly means____A. think about something carefullyB. think that something is more importantC. make something more importantD. suggest that something is not important or valuableQuestion 31: According to the passage, writing_____A. developed from imperfect speech B. represents speech, but not perfectlyC. is represented perfectly by speech D. is imperfect, but less so that speech.Question 32: The word acquire in the passage mostly means_____A. gain something by our own efforts or abilityB. help somebody learn something by giving information about itC. become aware of something by hearing about it
  • 4. D. develop a natural ability or quality so that it improvesQuestion 33: In the passage, the author judges that______A. writing has more advantages than speechB. writing is more real speechC. speech conveys ideas less accurately than writing doesD. speech is essential but writing has important benefitsQuestion 34: According to the author, one mark of society is that it_______A. affirms the primacy of writing over speech B. teaches its children to speak perfectlyC. keeps written records D. affirms the primacy of speech over writingQuestion 35: According to the passage, speech began to exist in our life ______A. when writing became important in our cultureB. at least 5000 years ago.C. just when human being appearedD. when human beings were able to communicate in writingMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needscorrectionQuestion 36: Most polar seals retreat to open water during the winter, but a few types have learntoA B Csurvive on and under the ice all year round.DQuestion 37: Whistling or clapping our hands to get a person’s attention are considered impolite.A B C DQuestion 38: Falafel is a dish from the Middle East which is made from crust chickpeas that areformed intoA B Cballs and fries.DQuestion 39: ough I like your proposal, I am concerned about the expenses which are related toit, so IA Bwould like to think over it for a while.C DQuestion 40: The surface of Mars is very complex and consists of a mixture of flat deserts,craters,A B Cvolcanoes, and mountainous.DRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet toindicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 41 to 50What do you do well? What do you enjoy doing? Your answers to these two questions will helpyou identify your (41)_____. An employer will consider you seriously for a (42)______ when you canshow them that you know who you are, what you can offer and which you have studied. Sometimesit is difficult to know what your weaknesses are. Clearly not everyone is equally good (43)_____
  • 5. everything. You may need to improve yourself and so (44)_____ courses in that field may turn aweakness into strength. You will need to (45)_____ sometime on you self-assessment. Yourhonesty and desire for self-improvement will lead to (46)_____ in getting the right job. Explore thefollowing seven areas to start to get to know yourself: your aptitude, your skills, your personality, thelevel of responsibility you feel comfortable with, your interests and your needs. Ask (47)____ if youhave any special talents and if you need to consider your physical health when choosing a job. Beas honest and as realistic as you can, and ask for other people’s (48)_____ if necessary. Make a listof these things. It is usually a good idea to talk about your talk about your aptitudes with teachers,family and friends. If you are considering a career that (49)____ a special talent, such as art,acrobatics, mathematics or music, discuss your aptitudes with (50)______ expert in that area anddiscover how they fit the needs for the occupation.Question 41: A. strength B. strong C. strengthen D. strengthenedQuestion 42: A. room B. position C. spot D. locationQuestion 43: A. in B. at C. upon D. forQuestion 44: A. making B. interviewing C. taking D. meetingQuestion 45: A. use B. lose C. make D. spendQuestion 46: A. succeed B. successful C. success D. successfullyQuestion 47: A. you B. yours C. your D. yourselfQuestion 48: A. opinions B. attendances C. interests D. fieldsQuestion 49: A. requires B. urges C. tells D. asksQuestion 50: A. this B. an C. the D. aChoose the word (A, B, C, D) whose primary stress is on a different position from that of theothers in each group below.Question 51: A. hooligan B. anxiety C. defensive D. officialQuestion 52: A. occupy B. celebrate C. festivity D. atmosphereQuestion 53: A. category B. hostility C. qualified D. stimulateQuestion 54: A. consultant B. sensitive C. allowance D. locationQuestion 55: A. referee B. popularity C. photography D. inefficientMark the letter A, B, C, or D on you answer sheet to indicate the sentences that is closest inmeaning to each of the following questionsQuestion 56: “Cigarette?” he asked. “No, thanks.” I saidA. He asked for a cigarette, and I immediately refused.B. He mentioned a cigarette, so I thanked him.C. He asked if I was smoking, and I denied at onceD. He offered me a cigarette, and I promptly declined.Question 57: Peter is attending a private school and is majoring in electronics.A. Peter’s private school is letting him major in electronicsB. Although Peter is attending a private school, he’s majoring in electronics.C. Peter is a major at a private electronics school
  • 6. D. Peter is specializing in electronics at a private schoolQuestion 58: “Would you like to come to my birthday party, Sarah?” asked Frederic.A. Frederic asked if Sarah was able to come to his birthday party.B. Frederic invited Sarah to his birthday party.C. Frederic reminded Sarah of his coming birthday party.D. Frederic asked Sarah if she likes his birthday party or not.Question 59: If only I had not met you .A. I regret to meet you B. I regret meeting youC. I wish I had met you D. I hoped I would not meet youQuestion 60: It is certain that the new cuts will worry the staffA. The new cuts will be certainly worry the staff. B. The new cuts will be bound to worry thestaff.C. The new cuts certainly worry the staff. D. The new cuts are bound to worry thestaffQuestion 61: The President offered his congratulations to the players when they won the cupA. The President would offer the players congratulations if they won the match.B. The President congratulated the players on their winning the matchC. When they won the cup, the players had been offered some congratulations from thePresident.D. The President congratulated that the players had won the cup.Question 62: You are all welcome to take any food you likeA. You don’t have to pay for any food that you like. B. It’s my pleasure to take any food youlike.C. Any food welcome to take if you like. D. Please help yourselves to any foodyou likeQuestion 63: The mistake in the accounts was not noticed until the figures were re-checkedA. It was not until the mistake in the accounts was noticed that the figures were re-checkedB. The mistake in the accounts only came to light when the figures were re-checked.C. Once re-checking the figures, the mistake in the accounts was noticed.D. When the figures were re-checked they came to light the mistake in the accounts.Question 64: Impressed as we were by the new cinema, we found it rather expensiveA. We were not impressed by the new cinema at all because it looked rather expensiveB. The new cinema was more expensive than we expectedC. We weren’t as much impressed by the new cinema’s look as its costD. We were very impressed by the new cinema, but found it rather expensiveQuestion 65: People believe he won a lot of money on the lotteryA. He won a lot of money on the lottery, it is believed.B. He is believed that he won a lot of money on the lottery.C. He was believed to win a lot of money on the lottery.D. He is believed to have won a lot of money on the lottery.
  • 7. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet toindicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 66 to 75gh Edmund Halley was most famous because of his achievements as an astronomer, he was ascientist of diverse interests and great skill. In addition to studying the skies, Halley was also deeplyinterested in exploring the unknown depths of the oceans. One of his lesser-knownaccomplishments that was quite remarkable was his design for a diving bell that facilitatedexploration of the watery depth.The diving bell that Halley design had a major advantage over the diving bells that were in useprior to his. Earlier diving bells could only make use of the air contained within the bell itself, sodivers had to surface when the air inside the bell ran low. Halley’s bell was an improvement in thatit allowed for an additional supply of fresh air that enabled a crew of divers to remain underwater forseveral hours.The diving contraption that Halley designed was in the shape of a bell that measured three feetacross the top and five feet across the bottom and could hold several divers comfortably; it wasopen at the bottom so that divers could swim in and out at will. The bell was built of wood, whichwas first heavily tarred to make it water repellent and was then covered with a half-ton sheet of leadto make bell sank to the bottom.The air inside the bell was not the only source of air for divers to breath, and it was thisimprovement that made Halley’s bell superior to its predecessors. In addition to the air already inthe bell, air was also supplied to the divers from a lead barrel that was lowered to the ocean floorclose to the bell itself. Air flowed through a leather pipe from the lead barrel on the ocean floor tothe bell. The divers could breathe the air from a position inside the bell, or he could move aroundoutside the bell wearing a diving suit that consisted of a lead bell-shaped helmet with a glassviewing window and a leather body suit with a leather pipe carrying fresh air from the diving bell tothe helmet.Question 66: Which of the following best expresses the subject of this passage?A. Halley’s invention of a contraption for diving B. Halley’s experiences as a diver.C. Halley’s different interests D. Halley’s work as an astronomerQuestion 67: Halley’s bell was better than its predecessors because it____A. provided more air B. was biggerC. weighed less D. could rise more quicklyQuestion 68: The expression ran low in the passage is closest in meaning to_____A. was almost exhausted B. moved slowlyC. sank to the bottom D. had been replenishedQuestion 69: How long could divers stay underwater in Halley’s bell?A. Only a few minutes B. just a few seconds C. For hours at a time D. For days on endQuestion 70: It is NOT stated in the passage that Halley’s bell_______A. could hold more than one diver B. was wider at the bottom than at the topC. was completely enclosed D. was made of tarred woodQuestion 71: The expression at will in the passage could be best replaced by_____A. upside down B. as they want C. in the future D. with great speedQuestion 72: It can be inferred from the passage that, were Halley’s bell not covered with lead, itwould___A. get wet B. suffocate the divers C. float D. trap the diversQuestion 73: Where in the passage does the author indicate how air traveled from the barrel tothe bell?
  • 8. A. Line 12-13 B. Line 6-8 C. Line 18-19 D. Line 15-17Question 74: In which paragraph does the author describe the diving bells that precedeHalley’s?A. In the second paragraph B. In the first paragraphC. In the third paragraph D. In the last paragraphQuestion 75: This passage would most likely be assigned reading in a course on____A. oceanography B. physiology C. recreation D. astronomyMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that isclosest in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questionsQuestion 76: The first bottle of aspirin went on sale to the public just prior to the turn of the 19thcentury, in 1899.A. at B. after C. during D. beforeQuestion 77: r four hours of studying this evening, I called it a night.A. called at night B. found it late C. felt tired D. stopped workingQuestion 78: The term yard was used extensively by the English as the measurement from thetip of a man’s nose to the tip of his outstretched thumb.A. occasionally B. widely C. lengthily D. preciselyQuestion 79: I had to pay through the nose to get my car repaired at a service station in themiddle of the desert.A. pay too much for something B. cost a lot of moneyC. make a lot of money D. spend less money than usualQuestion 80: In the United States there are only a few deaths annually from rattlesnakes, with amortality rate of less than 2 percent of those attackedA. percentage B. death C. survival D. illness---------------------------------------------------------- THE END ----------
  • 9. ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC – CAO ĐẲNGMÔN: TIẾNG ANHMÃ ĐỀ THI: 108CâuĐáp án CâuĐáp án1 B 41 A2 B 42 B3 A 43 B4 C 44 C5 B 45 D6 C 46 C7 D 47 D8 C 48 A9 B 49 A10 D 50 B11 C 51 A12 D 52 C13 C 53 B14 C 54 B15 A 55 C16 D 56 D17 A 57 D18 B 58 B19 B 59 C20 D 60 D21 A 61 B22 A 62 D23 A 63 B24 B 64 D25 D 65 D26 A 66 A27 A 67 A28 A 68 A29 C 69 C30 D 70 C31 B 71 B32 A 72 C33 D 73 D34 C 74 A
  • 10. 35 C 75 A36 C 76 D37 C 77 D38 D 78 B39 C 79 A40 D 80 B______________________________________________________________MỜI THẦY CÔ VÀ CÁC BẠN TẢI GIÁO ÁN NÀY HAY CÁC TÀI LIỆUCHO GIẢNG DẠY TIẾNG ANH KHÁC TẠI TRANG