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BỘ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH ĐẠI HỌC 2010
Môn Thi: ANH VĂN – Khối D
ĐỀ THI THAM KHẢO Thời gian: 90 phút, không kể thời gian giao đề
Practice 21

Phần 1. Tìm từ mà phần in nghiêng có cách phát âm khác so với những từ kia:
1. liked helped counted cooked
2. bald small match saw
3. encourage enough trouble flour
4. camera accident interesting exciting
5. computer museum during pub
Phần II. Chọn phương án ñúng ñể hoàn thành những câu sau
6. She was walking down the street when suddenly she .............Peter. a. sees b. was seeing c. saw d. see
7. I ...................what you mean but I don’t agree with you.
a. see b. had seen c. am seeing d. have been seeing
8. Tom doesn’t like dancing, but Mike .................
a. does b. did c. do d. doesn’t
9. A number of accidents in the last 2 years ................caused by drunk driving. a. were b. have been c. have d. are
10. We .................play chess with our father.
a. use to b. using to c. used to d. have used to
11. They ..................for robbing the bank for some months.
a. have arrested b. are arrested c. were arrested d. have been arrested
12. Tony ....................a strap with his trousers because they were too loose. a. has to wear b. had been wearing c. had to wear d. were wearing
13. Italian people ...................of the Prime Minister’s resignation on television.
a. were told b. will tell c. have told d. will be telling
14. Nearly 1,000 people have been killed in an earthquake which .........Japan yesterday. a. has hit b. was hitting c. hit d. had hit
15. It can’t have been Bill you met at the party last night. He ..................China. a. has been to b. was in c. will be d. has gone
16. I ...............in the garden all day and I am exhausted now.
a. has worked b. have been working c. had worked d. was working
17. Some of them ......................so much since we left the army.
a. changed b. did change c. had changedd. have changed
18. Many scientists are sure ................life on other planets.
a. there was b. there had been c. there are d. there is
19. Look at that men! He ..............such a funny hat.
a. wore b. is wearing c. was wearing d. wears
20. When I got home, the children .....................to bed and the house was quiet. a. went b. had gone c. has gone d. will go
21. Beatrice said she ..............in Paris before moving to Barcelona.
a. had lived b. was living c. has live d. will live
22. They were too late. The plane ................off ten minutes earlier.
a. took b. had taken c. has taken d. was taking
23. Paper money ..................for over a thousand years.
a. has been used b. has used c. was used d. used
24. The weather has been bad this week. Next week it .............probably be worse. a. is b. will c. is going to d. must
25. – We haven’t got any bread left.
- Well, I ...................go to the baker’s and get some.
a. will b. am going to c. am d. should
26. Hetty went to New York and invested .............Wall Street.
a. in b. on c. for d. to
27. I spoke to her .................the phone last week.
a. on b. in c. at d. by
28. Why did you open my letter?. – I’m sorry. I did it ...............mistake. a. about b. on c. by d. in
29. I live ..................the third floor.
a. on b. above c. at d. in
30. ................Saturday night we went to a party.
a. In b. On c. At d. To
31. Maria is ...............her sister in many ways. They are both tall and thin. a. from b. for c. with d. like
32. The bank is ................the corner of Lower Road and Hill Road.
a. in b. on c. at d. from
33. He gave ....................his job last week.
a. to b. to c. up d. from
34. We’ll stay in the United State until our visa runs ............
a. up b. out c. off d. away
35. It is important for you to succeed .......................your career.
a. on b. with c. about d. in
36. She made me .................for the petrol, but she allowed me .............her car all day. a. pay/ use b. to pay/ to use c. pay/ to use d. pay/ using
37. Sorry, you ................to touch that antique vase.
a. can b. can’t c. are not allowed d. must
38. Ann agreed to stay behind; she was used to ....................late.
a. work b. working c. worked d. works
39. She decided .................her new life.
a. starting b. to start c. started d. start
40. I don’t mind.................., but I try not to do it when possible.
a. cook b. to cook c. cooking d. cooked
41. Don’t let him .................our house.
a. to enter b. enter c. entering d. enters
42. He failed ......................his problem.
a. solves b. solving c. solve d. to solve
43. We look forward ......................you on the thirteen.
a. to see b. see c. to seeing d. seeing
44. I tried ...................down the mountain, but it was too steep.
a. ski b. to ski c. skiing d. to skiing
45. I need a recipe for a cake that’s easy .....................
a. make b. to make c. making d. for making
46. The disco was so ..............that you couldn’t hear yourseft speak.
a. noise b. noisily c. noisy d. noising
47. She had a car crash because of her ............................
a. careful b. careless c. care d. carelessness
48. My sister smiled ....................when she received your present.
a. happily b. happy c. happiness d. unhappy
49. He is my sister’s son. He is my ...................
a. nephew b. niece c. son d. cousin
50. A.......................provides legal advice.
a. architect b. lawyer c. decorator d. shop assistant
51. The TV programme was so ....................that I fell asleep.
a. bored b. bore c. boring d. interested
52. I failed my exam. I worked hare for it. I’m so ......................
a. disappoint b. disappointing c. disappointingly d. disappointed
53. Could I .....................on these shoes, please?
a. fill b. put c. look d. try
54. She .................off her horse and hurt her wrist.
a. fell b. turned c. put d. gave
55. They .............that Mary left last week.
a. tell b. told c. said d. say
56. When I was a child I ....................allowed to go out late at night.
a. were not b. did not c. was not d. had not
57. If I ..............the lottery, I would give most to charity.
a. win b. won c. will win d. had won
58. I’m coming to London tomorrow. I’ll ring you ..............I arrive.
a. if b. when c. before d. until
59. We can stay with my American cousins ................we are in Los Angeles. a. while b. as soon as c. until d. after
60. Two pictures .....................from the museum last night.
a. were steal b. have been stolen c. stolen d. were stolen
61. Three new factories .........................this year.
a. have built b. have been built c. were built d. built
62. If you stop smoking, you ............... more money.
a. won’t have b. will have c. would have d. wouldn’t have
63. 10,000 cars ........................next year.
a. are produced b. be produced c. produce d. will be produced
64. Someone ....................my bag!.
a. has stolen b. has been stolen c. have stolen d. have been stolen
65. You are reading the book .......................I wanted to read.
a. where b. who c. that d. when
66. Tom was late for work because he ...................the bus.
a. lost b. passed c. missed d. caught
67. You have to be on a diet if you want to ..................weight.
a. lose b. keep c. get d. reduce
68. .................hello to your parents from me when you see them. a. tell b. talk c. speak d. say
69. She ...................a complaint to the manager because our meal was so bad. a. gives b. does c. makes d. tells
70. This is my grandfather’s watch. He ..............it everyday until he died. a. carried b. took c. wore d. brought
71. Surely, some of .................times of my life have been spent in our kitchen.
a. happiest b. the happiest c. the most happy d. most happy
72. John said that no other car could go ........................his car.
a. so fast like b. as fast as c. fast than d. as fastly as
73. Tom is ...................intelligent in our class.
a. the more b. the best c. the most d. most
74. Trains in London are ..................... in Paris.
a. more crowded than b. as crowded as c. less crowded as d. as crowded than
75. My homework is ................than yours.
a. worst b. worse c. badder d. more bad
Phan III. Chon phuong an ung voi tu hoac cum tu co gach chan can phai sua.
76. I last went to the cinema since three weeks ago.
A B C D
77. When have you had your new hairstyle?
A B C D
78. Twenty-four is enough old to live with his parents.
A B C D
79. There was an accident, but unfortunately no one was serious injured.
A B C D
80. The sofa was such comfortable that I fell asleep.
A B C D
IV. ð ọc 4 ñoạn văn sau và chọn phương án ñúng.
Question 81-85
For many years people believed that the cleverest animals after man were chimpanzees. Now,
however, there is proof that dolphins may be even cleverer than these big apes. Although a dolphin
lives in the sea, it is a mammal. It is in many ways, therefore, like a human being. Dolphins have simple language. They are able to talk to one another. It may be possible for man to learn how to talk to dolphins. But this will not be easy because dolphins cannot hear the kind of sounds man can make. If the man wants to talk to dolphins, therefore, he will have to make a third language which both he and the dolphins can understand. Dolphins are also very friendly towards man. They often follow ships. There are many stories of dolphins guiding ships through difficult and dangerous water.
81. Which animals did people think may be cleverest?
a. chimpanzees b. dolphins c. monkeys d. rabbits
82. What other beings are dolphins like in many ways?
a. mammals b. chimpanzees c. fishes d. human beings
83. What have scientists discovered about dolphins?
a. they live in the sea b. they are mammals b. they can talk to the man d. they have their own language.
84. Why is a third language necessary if the man wants to talk to dolphins?
a. dolphins cannot hear b. dolphins cannot understand people’s language
c. dolphins cannot hear the kind of sounds man can make d. dolphins want to talk to people
85. In what ways are dolphins friendly to man?
a. they guide ships through difficult and dangerous water b. they tell people stories
c. they catch ships d. they can understand people
Question 86-90

Language, the way we express ourselves, is a vital part of learning. A baby learns his native tongue naturally by hearing speech around him. If the speech he hears is rapid, not clear and never directed at him then he learns slowly and speaks badly. A child of two or three who can’t make his desires known or put his thoughts into words will usually become angry. His relationships with other get worse. If the speech a baby hears around him is clear, and his family talk to him, he will gain a satisfactory command of language directly, by his mother, his language ability will be greater. By the time he is two, it is quite possible for him to have a vocabulary of two thousand words and by the time he is three he will be able to read. Once ahead he will stay ahead.
86. How is language defined by the writer?
a. Language is the way we express ourselves b. Language is a vital part of learning c. Language is what we say d. Language is what we write
87. How does a baby learn his mother tongue?
a. by listening to radio b. by reading books c. by hearing what is said around him d. by watching TV
88. How does the child usually react when he can’t express himself?
a. he will get worse b. he will get angry c. he won’t talk d. he will be better
89.How should the mother talk to her baby?
a. clearly, directly b. clearly, indirectly c. rapidly, clearly d. slowly, indirectly
90. How many words does a baby at the age of two can acquire?
a. 20 words b. 200 words c. 2,000 words d. 20, 000 words
Question 91 – 95
Cats seem to be able to sense earthquakes. Josie, who lived in California, warned her family of
a tremor in 1987. She woke her owners, Mr. and Mrs Miller at 5.50 a.m by jumping onto the bed and running around. When the Millers followed her out of the house, Josid ran off. The earthquake was only a small one, but the cat raised the alarm every time there was a tremor after that. In 1949 a Bill to stop cats from going out at night was voted by Adlai Stevenson, the Governor of Illinois. The Bill required cat owners to keep their pets indoors at night. Any cat found out on the streets was to be locked up by the police if they could catch it first.
91. What do the cats seem to be able to do?
a. sense earthquakes b. live in California c. wake her owners d. run off
92. Josie ..............................................
a. was able to warn her owners of an earthquake only one b. was able to warn her owners of an earthquake several times
c. was able to predict only small earthquakes d. was able to predict big earthquakes
93. What does the 1949 Bill require people to do?
a. keep their pets outdoor b. keep their pets outdoor at night c. keep their pets indoor all day d. keep their pets indoor at night
94. The police were allowed ...............
a. to catch a cat if they found it on the streets b. to kill a cat if they found it on the streets
c. to help a cat if they found it on the streets d. to tell the owner about their cat if they found it on the streets
95. A possible title for this reading is:
a. Josie, the Good Cat b. Cat’s Ability to predict Earthquakes
c. Cats should be looked after d. Interesting information about Earthquakes
question 96-100
The Japanese have perhaps the strictest rules of social and business behaviour. Seniority is
very important, and a younger man should never be sent to complete a business deal with an older Japanese man. It is also important to exchange business cards immediately on meeting because it is essential to establish everyone’s position. when it is handed to a person in a superior position, it must be given and received with both hands, and you must take time to read it carefully, and not just put it in your pocket. You should not expect the Japanese to shake hands. Bowing the head is a mark of respect, and the first bow of the day should be lower than when you meet thereafter.
96. What strict rules do the Japanese have?
a. rules of society b. rules of social behaviour c. rules of business d. both b and c
97. When should you exchange business card with Japanese businessmen?
a. after meeting b. before meeting c. immediately on meeting d. late on meeting
98. How should a business card be handed?
a. with both hands b. with one hand
c. in a superior position with both hands d. in a superior position with one hand
99. Japanese businessmen expect .................... people to do business deals with him
a. younger b. much younger c. much older d. the same age or older
100. The Japanese greet each other by................
a. shaking hands b. saying something c. bowing the head d. smiling


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