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Doc24.vnMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined partdiffers from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.Question 1. A. amu ses B. pur ses C. blou ses D. plea sesQuestion 2. A. Valent ine B. imag ine C. discipl ine D. determ ineMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from theother three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.Question 3. A. consider B. apply C. provide D. offerQuestion 4. A. pollution B. attractive C. separate D. activityMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase CLOSESTin meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.Question 5. Most of the female football players will be jobless when the Games are over.A. employed B. busy C. unemployed D. highly­paidQuestion 6. Parents interpret facial and vocal expressions as indicators of how baby is feeling.A. translate B. understand C. read D. comprehendMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase OPPOSITEin meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.Question 7. lot of people think that Kim Kardashian is really hot .A. beautiful B. cool C. unattractive D. kindQuestion 8. chronic lack of sleep may make us irritable and reduces our motivation to work.A. uncomfortable B. responsive C. calm D. miserableMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needscorrection in each of the following questions.Question 9. Please remain in your assign seats until the instructor dismisses the class.A. in B. assign seats C. until D. dismissesQuestion 10. Even you are unsure of the standard procedures in any situation please don’t hesitateto consult with your supervising manager.A. Even B. unsure of C. in any situation D. consult withQuestion 11. We have always believed that honesty is best policy in personal as well asprofessional matters.A. have always believed B. best policyC. personal D. professionalDoc24.vnDoc24.vnMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each ofthe following questions.Question 12. haven’t _______ my mind where to go for our holiday this year. am quite busy atwork.A. turn up B. made up C. break up D. changedQuestion 13. wish you _______ making so much noise! just need to relax for while.A. will stop B. stop C. had stopped D. would stopQuestion 14. Gold, as well as silver, _______ in price, he said.A. Have fallen B. has fallen C. fall D. are fallingQuestion 15. wonder if you could _______ me small favour, Tom?A. bring B. make C. give D. doQuestion 16. Many traffic accidents are _______ by carelessness and impatience.A. caused B. resulted C. occurred D. happenedQuestion 17. Sam confessed _______ all the cookies.A. eat B. eating C. to eating D. to eatQuestion 18. The bus conductor told him to get off because he couldn't pay the _______.A. fare B. journey C. bill D. travelQuestion 19. Some people believe that books are _______ species, fighting for survival incompetition with TV, film, the Internet and CD.A. danger B. dangerous C. endangered D. dangerouslyQuestion 20. _______ quickly they ran, they just couldn’t catch up with the van.A. However B. So C. Even D. MuchQuestion 21. Our team was losing but we managed to _______ the score.A. get B. noticed C. even D. haveQuestion 22. Since Carl was unable to pay his bill, after couple of months, his telephone was_______.A. cut off B. broken up C. dropped off D. rung upQuestion 23. He always did it well at school _______ having his early education disrupted byillness.A. in spite of B. on account of C. in addition to D. even thoughMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response tocomplete the following exchanges.Doc24.vnDoc24.vnQuestion 24. "Didn’t you go to the conference?" ­" _______ "A. No, went there with my friends. B. That sounds nice, but can't.C. Don’t worry. I’ll go there. D. did, but didn't stay long.Question 25. "May leave message for Ms. Davis?” "_______"A. I'm afraid she’s not here at the moment.B. No, she’s not here now.C. She’s leaving message to you now.D. Yes, I’ll make sure she gets it.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest inmeaning to each of the following sentences.Question 26. Most people get fewer colds in the summer than in the winter.A. person is more likely to get cold in the winter than in the summer.B. More people have summer colds than winter colds.C. People get colder in the summer than in the winter.D. The winter is much colder than the summer.Question 27. If it hadn’t been for his carelessness, we would have finished the work.A. He was careless because he hadn't finished the work.B. If her were careful, we would finish the work.C. If he had been more careful, we would have completed the work.D. Because he wasn't careless, we didn’t finish the work.Question 28. The captain to his men: 'Abandon the ship immediately!"A. The captain invited his men to abandon the ship immediately.B. The captain suggested his men abandon the ship immediately.C. The captain ordered his men to abandon the ship immediately.D. The captain requested his men to abandon the ship immediatelyMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combineseach pair of sentences in the following questions.Question 29. The girl is talking to man with ponytail. She is my friend.A. The girl who is talking to man with ponytail is my friend.B. The girl, whom man with ponytail is talking to, is my friend.C. My friend is the girl, who is talking to man with ponytail.D. The girl, who is talking to man with ponytail, is my friend.Doc24.vnDoc24.vnQuestion 30. She doesn’t want to go to their party. We don't want to go either.A. Neither she nor we don’t want to go to their party.B. Neither we nor she wants to go to their party.C. Either we or she doesn't want to go to their party.D. Neither we nor she want to go to their party.Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicatethe correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35.THE OLD GATEIn the Middle Ages the vast majority of European cities had walls around them. They (31)_______ to defend the city, but they also kept out undesirable people, like those with contagiousdiseases.Most of London’s gates had been (32) _______ by the end of the eighteenth century. However,by stroke of luck, the last of them was preserved. This gate is, in actual fact, not called gate atall; its name is Temple Bar, and it marked the (33) _______ between the old City of London andWestminster. However, as the (34) _______ of traffic through London increased, Temple Barbecame an obstacle to its free flow. In 1878 it was decided to take it down, so its stone werenumbered, dismantled and put in storage. couple of years later wealthy businessman bought thestones and re­erected them at his house in Hertfordshire.In the 1970s the Temple Bar Trust was (35) _______ with the intention of returning the gate tothe City of London. Much of the money for this project was donations from the Temple Bar Trust.The stonework needed lot of restoration, which was carried out by the Cathedral WorksOrganization. Today, Temple Bar stands next to St Paul’s Cathedral.Question 31. A. supposed B. served C. expected D. meantQuestion 32. A. devoted B. demolished C. declared D. decreasedQuestion 33. A. division B. part C. line D. boundaryQuestion 34. A. amount B. quantity C. bulk D. numberQuestion 35. A. set out B. set up C. set off D. set backRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicatethe correct answer to each of the questions from 36 to 42.In developing countries, where three fourths of the world's population live, sixty percent of thepeople who can’t read and write are women. Being illiterate doesn’t mean they are not intelligent. Itdoes mean it is difficult for them to change their lives. They produce more than half of the food. InAfrica eighty percent of all agricultural work is done by women. There are many programs to helpDoc24.vnDoc24.vnpoor countries develop their agriculture. However, for years, these programs provided money andtraining for men.In parts of Africa, this is typical day for village woman. At 4:45 a.m, she gets up, washesand eats. It takes her half hour to walk to the fields, and she works there until 3:00 p.m. Shecollects firewood and gets home at 4:00. She spends the next hour and half preparing food tocook. Then she collects water for another hour. From 6:30 to 8:30 she cooks. After dinner, shespends an hour washing the dishes and her children. She goes to bed at 9:30 p.m.International organizations and programs run by developed nations are starting to help women,as well as men, improve their agricultural production. Governments have already passed some lawsaffecting women because of the UN Decade for Women. The UN report will affect the changes nowhappening in the family and society.Question 36. What does the word "run" in the last paragraph mean?A. move quickly B. push C. managed D. organizedQuestion 37. Why do people say women produce more than half of the food in Africa?A. because 60 percent of women are illiterate.B. because 80 percent of all agricultural work is done by women.C. most women are not intelligent.D. all are correct.Question 38. Why do people say that African women’s lives are hard?A. Because these women are busy with housework.B. Because they work all day in the fields.C. both and are correct.D. Because they are illiterate.Question 39. typical African woman spends _______ collecting firewood every day.A. hour B. hours C. hour D. hoursQuestion 40. Which of these statements is NOT TRUE?A. Women’s roles in the family and society are changing nowadays.B. It is difficult for women to change their lives because of their illiteracy.C. In the past only men in poor countries got benefit from many international programs.D. Because they are illiterate, women are not intelligent.Question 41. By whom (what) was the Decade for Women organized?A. by the United Nations Organization. B. by developing countriesDoc24.vnDoc24.vnC. by the World Health Organization. D. by many African countries.Question 42. The passage would most likely be followed by details about _______.A. changes in life between men and women in the family and in the societyB. negative effects of the UNO lawC. positive effects of the roles of womenD. women and men's roles in their familyRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicatethe correct answer to each of the questions from 43 to 50.In Science, theory is reasonable explanation of observed events that are related theoryoften involves an imaginary model that helps scientists picture the way an observed event could beproduced. good example of this is found in the kinetic molecular theory, in which gases arepictured as being made up of many small particles that are in constant motion.After theory has been publicized, scientists design experiments to test the theory. Ifobservations confirm the scientists’ predictions, the theory is supported If observations do notconfirm the predictions, the scientists must search further. There may be fault in the experiment,or the theory may have to be revised or rejected.Science involves imagination and creative thinking as well as collecting information andperforming experiments. Facts by themselves arc not science. As the mathematician Jules HenriPoincare said: "Science is built with facts just as house is built with bricks, but collection of factscannot be called science any more than pile of bricks can be called house."Most scientists start an investigation by finding out what other scientists have learned about aparticular problem. After known facts have been gathered, the scientist comes to the part of theinvestigation that requires considerable imagination. Possible solutions to the problem areformulated. These possible solutions are called hypotheses. In way, any hypothesis is leap intothe unknown. It extends the scientist's thinking beyond the known facts. The scientist plansexperiments, performs calculations, and makes observations to test hypotheses. For withouthypotheses, further investigation lacks purpose and direction. When hypotheses are confirmed, theyare incorporated into theories.Question 43. Which of the following is the main subject of the passage?A. The importance of models in scientific theories.B. The sorts of facts that scientists find most interesting.C. The ways that scientists perform different types of experiments.D. The place of theory and hypothesis in scientific investigation.Doc24.vnDoc24.vnQuestion 44. The word " related " in paragraph is closest in meaning to _______.A. described B. identified C. connected D. completedQuestion 45. According to the second paragraph, useful theory is one that helps scientists to_______.A. observe events B. publicize new findingsC. make predictions D. find errors in past experimentsQuestion 46. The word " supported " in paragraph is closest in meaning to _______.A. upheld B. finished C. adjusted D. investigatedQuestion 47. Bricks are mentioned in paragraph to indicate how _______.A. science is more than collection of factsB. scientific experiments have led to improved technologyC. mathematicians approach scienceD. building house is like performing experimentsQuestion 48. In the fourth paragraph, the author implies that imagination is most important toscientists when they _______.A. formulate possible solutions to problemB. evaluate previous work on problemC. close an investigationD. gather known factsQuestion 49. In the last paragraph, what does the author imply is major function of hypotheses?A. Linking together different theories.B. Communicating scientist's thoughts to others.C. Providing direction for scientific research.D. Sifting through known facts.Question 50. Which of the following statements is supported by the passage?A. Theories are simply imaginary models of past events.B. scientist's most difficult task is testing hypotheses.C. good scientist needs to be creative.D. It is better to revise hypothesis than to reject it.Doc24.vnĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ THI MẪU SỐ 5Câu 1. Đáp án BA. amu ses mju ziz/əˈ B. pur ses /p siz/ɜːC. blou ses /bla ziz/ʊ D. plea ses /pli z/ːCâu 2. Đáp án AA. Valent ine væl nta n/ˈ B. imag ine mæd n/ɪˈ ʒɪC. discipl ine pl n/ˈ D. determ ine /d n/ɪˈ ɜː ɪCâu 3. Đáp án DA. consider /k (r)/ə B. apply pla /əˈ ɪC. provide /pr va d/əˈ D. offer (r)/ˈɒ əCâu 4. Đáp án CA. pollution /p lu n/əˈ ːʃ B. attractive trækt v/əˈ ɪC. separate sepr t/ˈ D. activity /æk ti/ˈ əCâu 5. Đáp án Cjobless: không có vi làm unemployed: th nghi pệ ệCâu 6. Đáp án Binterpret gi thích, hi uả ểA. translate /træns le t/ chˈ B. understand nd stænd/ hi uˌʌ əˈ ểC. read /ri d/ đcː D. comprehend mpr hend/ th hi uˌ ɪˈ ểCâu 7. Đáp án CHot nóng ng; >< unattractive không nỏ ẫbeautiful: xinh đpẹcool: đáng yêukind: ngố ụCâu 8. Đáp án Cirritable cáu nh, khó ch uỉ ịA. uncomfortable mft bl/ không tho máiʌ ảB. responsive /r sp ns v/ đáp ngɪˈ ứC. calm /k m/ bình tĩnhɑːD. miserable zr bl/ kh khˈ ổCâu 9. Đáp án Bassign seats assigned seats→Doc24.vn Đáp ánTR NGHI TI NG ANHẮ ẾCâu 10. Đáp án AA Even if→Câu 11. Đáp án Bbest policy good policy (C tính )→ ừCâu 12. Đáp án BMake up one's mind decide: Quy đnhế ịTurn up arrive: đnếBreak up stop having relationship: tan (m quan )ỡ ệChange: thay điổCâu 13. Đáp án DTh gi đnh đng tình thái khi di khách quan, không áp đt, ngoài ra sau nhế ệđ wish: cho vi không có th hi ho ng lai, ta dùng th gi đnh hình th cề ướ ươ ứquá kh Will wouldứ →Câu 14. Đáp án BCh ng Gold => has fallenủ ữCâu 15. Đáp án DCould you do me favour? Please help me.Câu 16. Đáp án ATo be caused by: gây ra iị ởresult: qu thành qu occurred: ra, xu hi n; happen: raế ảCâu 17. Đáp án Cconfess to doing sth thú nh làm gìậCâu 18. Đáp án AC pay the fare: tr ti vé (xe bus, xe khách)ụ ềCâu 19. Đáp án CTa tính tr danh "species"ầ ướ ừDanger: nguy (danh )ố ừDangerous: nguy hi (tính )ể ừEndangered: nguy hi m, nguy hi (Phân hai đóng vai trò là tính )ặ ừDangerously: cách nguy hi (tr ng )ộ ừCâu 20. Đáp án AC trúc: However adj/adv V, V: dù.... đn th nào nh ng...ấ ưCâu 21. Đáp án CDoc24.vn Đáp ánTR NGHI TI NG ANHẮ ẾA. giành đcượ B. chú iớ C. san ngằ D. cóCâu 22. Đáp án Acut off tị ắbreak up xeắdrop off cho ai đi nh đâuờ ớring up đi cho aiọ ệD ch nghĩa: vì Carl không th thanh toán hóa đn, sau vài tháng, ch đi tho iị ạc anh ta đã t.ủ ắCâu 23. Đáp án Ain spite of V­ing even though clause: dù....ặin addition to N: thêm vào ....On account of something: vì (lý do) ...Câu 24. Đáp án D“ đã không đn ngh ph không?”ạ ảTôi đã đi, nh ng tôi không đó lâu.ư ạCâu 25. Đáp án D"Tôi có th nh cho cô Davis đc không?"ể ượVâng, tôi đm là cô đc đc nó.ẽ ượCâu 26. Đáp án ACâu: ng nh vào mùa hè ít mùa đông.ầ ườ ơA. ng có th nh vào mùa đông mùa hè.ộ ườ ơCâu 27. Đáp án CCâu: không vì anh ta thì chúng tôi đã hoàn thành xong công vi cế ệC. nh anh ta th thì chúng tôi đã hoàn thành xong công vi c.ế ệC trúc Câu đi ki lo 3: If clause QKHT, clause would have doneấ ạCâu 28. Đáp án CCâu: Thuy tr ng nói đng đi anh ta: “Hãy tàu ngay c”ề ưở ứC trúc: order sb to do sth ra nh cho ai đó làm gìấ ệCâu 29. Đáp án AM nh quan "who" thay th cho ch ng là ng trong câuệ ườCâu 30. Đáp án BĐo ng trúc: "Neither nor clause"ả ấCâu 31. Đáp án B.Doc24.vn Đáp ánTR NGHI TI NG ANHẮ