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Mark 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. cr B. mmon C. househ ld D. dilyQuestion 2. A. ch arity B. ch aos C. ch ampion D. ch inMark 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. accelerate B. impossible C. assimilate D. oppositionQuestion 4. A. intervention B. eventually C. renovation D. confirmationMark 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. As government official, Benjamin Franklin often traveled abroad .A. widely B. secretly C. alone D. overseasQuestion 6. The lost hikers stayed alive by eating wild berries and drinking spring water.A. connived B. survived C. surprised D. revivedMark 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. Fruit and vegetables grew in abundance on the island. The islanders even exported thesurplus.A. large quantity B. small quantity C. excess D. sufficiencyQuestion 8. Her father likes the head cabbage rare .A. over­boiled B. precious C. scarce D. scareMark 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. People respected him because he was honest man .A. People B. respected C. because D. honest manQuestion 10. My uncle has just bought some expensive furnitures for his new house .A. has just bought B. expensive C. furnitures D. for his new houseQuestion 11. The flag over the White House is risen at dawn everyday by color guard from theUnited States armed forces.A. over the White House B. is risenC. at dawn D. armedDoc24.vnĐ THI 06Ề 60 phút 50 câuMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each ofthe following questions.Question 12. When last saw him, he _______ in London.A. lived B. is living C. was living D. had been livingQuestion 13. They studied hard and _______ they passed the entrance exam.A. eventually B. finally C. at the end D. finishQuestion 14. shivered and sweated _______.A. continue B. continual C. continuously D. continuallyQuestion 15. _______ to Greece until Sally and went there last summer.A. have never been B. had never beenC. was never being D. were neverQuestion 16. As the drug took _______, the patient became quieter.A. effect B. force C. influence D. actionQuestion 17. He said if he had not answered the phone at the petroleum station then, he _______ afine.A. would pay. B. hadn't paidC. had been paid D. wouldn't have had to payQuestion 18. Jim's _______ flu again. That’s the third time this year.A. led up to B. come up with C. gone down with D. put up withQuestion 19. am driving instructor so have to be very _______ as people get upset when youcriticize them.A. powerful B. skillful C. tactful D. helpfulQuestion 20. The number of learners of English _______ in recent years.A. have increased rapidly B. has been increased rapidlyC. have been increased rapidly D. has increased rapidlyQuestion 21. The old manager has just retired, so Tom takes _______ his position.A. in B. on C. up D. outQuestion 22. Every step _______ to improve the living conditions in these slums only attracts moremigrants.A. held B. hold C. taken D. tookQuestion 23. When you have small child in the house, you _______ leave small objects lyingaround. Such objects _______ be swallowed, causing serious injury or even death.Doc24.vnĐ THI 06Ề 60 phút 50 câuA. needn’t may B. should not mightC. should must D. mustn't can'tMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response tocomplete the following exchanges.Question 24. “How can this dress be so expensive?” “_______”A. Yes, it's the most expensive. B. What an expensive dress.C. You’re paying for the brand. D. That’s good idea.Question 25. “May speak to the manager?” “_______”A. He always comes late. He is not very well.B. Thank you. Good bye.C. I’m afraid he's not in. Can take message?D. I’m afraid not. He works very hard.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. Amanda has improved lot this term.A. Amanda has made lot of impression this term.B. Amanda has made great progress this term.C. lot of progress were made by Amanda this term.D. Amanda has made lot of advances this term.Question 27. They have collected the tests and checked the answers.A. The tests have been collected and the answers have been checked.B. They have checked the answers when they have collected the tests.C. The tests have been collected for checking.D. The answers would be given after they collected the tests.Question 28. Machines have taken the place of the people who used to do this kind of work.A. It is machines that do this kind of work, not people.B. Thanks to machines, people no longer do this kind of work.C. Machines are better than people at doing this kind of work.D. The people who used to do this kind of work have been replaced by machines.Mark 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. think my hair looks fine. My mother believes it needs little more brushing.Doc24.vnĐ THI 06Ề 60 phút 50 câuA. Not only do think my hair looks fine, but my mother also believes it needs little morebrushing.B. Either my mother believes it needs little more brushing or think my hair looks fine.C. think my hair looks so fine that my mother believes it needs little more brushing.D. think my hair looks fine, but my mother believes it needs little more brushing.Question 30. We can protect the world in which we live. We, for example, can grow more trees andrecycle rubbish.A. We can protect the world in which we live as well as we can grow more trees and recyclerubbish.B. We can protect the world in which we live, growing more trees and recycle rubbish.C. We can protect the world in which we live by growing more trees and recycling rubbish.D. We can protect the world in which we live such as growing more trees and recycling rubbish.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.PAPER‘ Just imagine day without paper,’ reads one advertisement for Finnish paper company. Itadds, ‘You almost certainly see our products every day.’ And they're right. But in most industrialcountries, people are so (31) _______ to paper whether it’s for holding their groceries, for dryingtheir hands or for providing them with the daily news that its (32) _______ in their daily livespasses largely unnoticed.At one (33) _______ paper was in short supply and was used mainly for important documents,but more recently, growing economies and new technologies have (34) _______ dramatic increasein the amount of paper used. Today, there are more than 450 different grades of paper, all designedfor different purpose.Decades ago, some people predicted ‘paperless office’. Instead, the widespread use of newtechnologies has gone hand­in­hand with an increased use of paper. Research into the relationshipbetween paper use and the use of computers has shown that the general (35) _______ is likely to beone of growth and interdependence.However, the costs involved in paper production, in terms of the world's land, water and airresources, are high. This raises some important questions. How much paper do we really need andhow much is wasted?Question 31. A. conscious B. acquainted C. familiar D. accustomedQuestion 32. A. task B. operation C. service D. roleDoc24.vnĐ THI 06Ề 60 phút 50 câuQuestion 33. A. time B. instance C. date D. occationQuestion 34. A. called on B. come around C. brought about D. drawn upQuestion 35. A. method B. order C. trend D. systemRead 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.ACADEMICS AREN'T THE PROBLEMStudies about how students use their time might shed light on whether they face increasedacademic and financial pressures compared with earlier eras.Based on data about how students are spending time, academic or financial pressures don’tseem to be greater now than generation ago. The data show that full­time students in all types ofcolleges study much less now than they did generation ago full 10 hours week less. Studentsare also receiving significantly higher grades. So it appears that academic pressures are, in fact,considerably lower than they used to be.The time­use data don't suggest that students feel greater financial pressures, either. When thetime savings and lower opportunity costs are factored in, college appears less expensive for moststudents than it was in the 1960s. And though there are now full­time students working to pay whilein college, they study less even when paid work choices are held constantly.In other words, full­time students do not appear to be studying less in order to work more. Theyappear to be studying less and spending the extra time on leisure activities or fun. It seems hard toimagine that students feeling increased financial pressures would respond by taking more leisure.Based on how students are spending their time then, it doesn't look as though academic orfinancial pressures are greater now than generation ago. The time­use data don’t speak directly tosocial pressures, and it may well be that these have become more intense lately.In one recent set of data, students reported spending more than 23 hours per week eithersocializing with friends or playing on the computer for fun. Social activities, in person or oncomputer, would seem to have become the major focus of campus life. It is hard to tell what kindsof pressures would be associated with this change.Question 36. The study's conclusion that students' workload now is not greater than before is basedon _______.A. what students achieve with greater loadB. how students spend their timeC. how students work through collegeD. what college demands from studentsDoc24.vnĐ THI 06Ề 60 phút 50 câuQuestion 37. Students get higher grades as _______.A. students study much harderB. academic workload appears more attractiveC. academic workload appears less demandingD. college's facilities are much betterQuestion 30. According to the author, the fact that students have more time for leisure is proofthat _______.A. financial pressure on students is not problemB. academic work disinterests themC. they are active with extra­curricular activitiesD. they cannot find extra jobsQuestion 39. All factors considered, college now seems _______.A. more costly B. ever more expensiveC. much more expensive D. less expensiveQuestion 40. Students nowadays seem to be studying less and _______.A. spending more time on leisure B. spending more time doing odd jobsC. giving more time to sports D. taking more extracurricular activitiesQuestion 41. The word " focus " in the last paragraph can be replaced with _______.A. central activity B. primary themeC. headline D. biggest importanceQuestion 42. The author finds it hard to point out _______.A. how students’ campus life becomes subject to academic pressureB. what is associated with the change in students' campus lifeC. the cause to students’ financial pressureD. how the background of students’ campus life is builtRead 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.The biologist’s role in society as well as his moral and ethical responsibility in the discoveryand development of new ideas has led to reassessment of his social and scientific value systems. Ascientist can no longer ignore the consequences of his discoveries; he is as concerned with thepossible misuses of his findings as he is with the basic research in which he is involved. Thisemerging social and political role of the biologist and all other scientists requires weighing ofDoc24.vnĐ THI 06Ề 60 phút 50 câuvalues that cannot be done with the accuracy or the objectivity of laboratory balance. As amember of society, it is necessary for biologist now to redefine his social obligations and hisfunctions, particularly in the realm of making judgments about such ethical problems as man'scontrol of his environment or his manipulation of genes to direct further evolutionary development.As result of recent discoveries concerning hereditary mechanisms, genetic engineering by whichhuman traits are made to order, may soon be reality.As desirable as it may seem to be, such an accomplishment would entail many value judgments.Who would decide, for example, which traits should be selected for change? In cases of geneticdeficiencies and disease, the desirability of the change is obvious, but the possibilities for socialmisuse are so numerous that they may far outweigh the benefits.Probably the greatest biological problem of the future, as it is of the present, will be to findways to curb environmental pollution without interfering with man’s constant effort to improve thequality of his life. Many scientists believe that underlying the spectre of pollution is the problem ofsurplus human population. rise in population necessitates an increase in the operations of modernindustry, the waste products of which increase the pollution of air, water, and soil. The question ofhow many people the resources of the Earth can support is one of critical importance.Although the solutions to these and many other problems are yet to be found, they do indicatethe need for biologists to work with social scientists and other members of society in order todetermine the requirements necessary for maintaining healthy and productive planet. For althoughmany of man’s present and future problems may seem to be essentially social, political, or economicin nature, they have biological ramifications that could affect the very existence of life itself.Question 43. According to the passage, modern scientist should be more concerned about_______.A. the consequences of his discoveries B. his basic researchC. his manipulation of genes D. the development of new ideasQuestion 44. The pronoun it in paragraph refers to _______.A. genetic engineering B. an accomplishmentC. hereditary mechanism D. realityQuestion 45. It is implied in the passage that genetic engineering _______.A. will change all human traits B. is no longer desirableC. is the most desirable for life D. may do us more harm than goodQuestion 46. The pronoun ''they " in paragraph refers to _______.A. possibilities for genetic deficienciesDoc24.vnĐ THI 06Ề 60 phút 50 câuB. cases of genetic deficienciesC. discoveries concerning hereditary mechanismsD. effects of genetic engineering misuseQuestion 47. What is probably the most important biological problem mentioned in the passage?A. environmental pollution B. manipulation of genesC. genetic engineering misuse D. social and economic deficienciesQuestion 48. According to the passage, to save our planet, biologists should work _______.A. with other social scientists B. accurately and objectivelyC. on social and political purposes D. harder and harderQuestion 49. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word " ramifications " in paragraph4?A. effective techniques B. latest developmentsC. harmful consequences D. useful experimentsQuestion 50. What is the author's purpose in this passage?A. To urge biologists to solve the problem of surplus human populationB. To conduct survey of the biologist’s role in societyC. To advise biologists to carry out extensive research into genetic engineeringD. To emphasize the biologist’s role in solving the world’s problemsDoc24.vnĐ THI 06Ề 60 phút 50 câuĐÁP ÁN THI 6Ề ỐCâu 1. Đáp án Ccrop /kr p/ɒ common n/ˈ əhousehold ha sh ld/ˈ əʊ bodily li/ˈ ɪCâu 2. Đáp án Bcharity ær ti/ˈ chaos ke s/ˈ ɪɒchampion æmpi n/ˈ chin /t n/ʃɪCâu 3. Đáp án Daccelerate sel re t/ (v) làm nhanh thêm; làm chóng đn; thúc mau, gi pə ấimpossible bl/ (adj) không thɪ ểassimilate le t/ (v) tiêu hoá ((nghĩa đen) (nghĩa bóng))əˈ ɪopposition n/ đi p, đi nhauˌɒ əˈ ɪʃ ốCâu 4. Đáp án Bintervention nt ven n/ (n) xen vào, can thi pˌɪ əˈ ệeventually vent li/ (adv) cu cùngɪˈ ốrenovation ren ve n/ (n) làm i, đi i; ti n; ch iˌ əˈ ɪʃ ạconfirmation nf me n/ (n) xác nh n; ch ng th cˌ əˈ ɪʃ ựCâu 5. Đáp án Dabroad ngoàiở ướA. widely: ngở B. secretly: bí tậC. alone: cô đnơ D. overseas: ngoàiở ướCâu 6. Đáp án Bstayed alive còn ng sótốA. connived: thông đngồ B. survived: iồ ạC. surprised: ng nhiênạ D. revived: sinhồCâu 7. Đáp án Babundance th a, phong phú >< small quality: ng ítư ượA. ng nhi uố ượ C. th aư D. đy đầ ủCâu 8. Đáp án Arare >< over­boiled: chín kả ỹB. precious: quý giá C. scarce: khan hi mế D. scare: hãiợCâu 9. Đáp án DDoc24.vn Đáp ánTR NGHI TI NG ANHẮ Ếa thành an vì honest khi phát âm đu ng nguyên âm st/ử ˈɒ ɪCâu 10. Đáp án Cfurnitures thành furniture vì furniture là danh không đm đc.ử ượCâu 11. Đáp án Bis risen thành is raised vì “rise” là đng “raise” là ngo đng (raise sth)ử ừCâu 12. Đáp án CKhi tôi anh cu cùng, anh đang ng London.ặ ởM nh tr ng quá kh đn nên nh sau ph ng quá kh ti di nệ ướ ễCâu 13. Đáp án AA. eventualy cu cùng cái gì đó làm trong th gian ng nố ắB. finally cu cùng cái gì đã làm trong kho ng th gian dàiố ờC. at the end timeD. finish to do sth thúcếCâu 14. Đáp án DV trí lo i: Sau đng là tr ng .ị ừCâu 15. Đáp án BTôi ch bao gi Hi cho khi Sally và tôi đn đó vào mùa hè qua.ư ừM nh sau quá kh đn nên nh tr ph quá kh hoàn thành.ệ ướ ứCâu 16. Đáp án Atake effect có hi qu có tác ngệ ụCâu 17. Đáp án DCâu đi ki lo 3: Form: If clause (quá kh hoàn thành), clause (would have done)ề ứCâu 18. Đáp án CA. đnẫ B. đi t, gi quy tố ếC. mị D. khó ch uịCâu 19. Đáp án CA. đy quy cầ B. kĩ năng C. khôn khéo D. íchữCâu 20. Đáp án D“ The number of learners of English” danh ch ít The number of Ns luôn chia ởs ítốCâu 21. Đáp án Ctake up: đm nh n, ti qu (1 ch )ả ụtake on: gánh vác công vi c, trách nhi vi gì đóệ ệDoc24.vn Đáp ánTR NGHI TI NG ANHẮ
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