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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 22

Phần 1. Tìm từ mà phần in nghiêng có cách phát âm khác so với những từ kia:
1. a. lived b. helped c. used d. robbed
2. a. one b. won c. born d. month
3. a. sweet b. meat c. sweat d. fear
4. a. fair b. hair c. pair d. afraid
5. a. blue b. shoes c. flu d. uniform
Phần II. Chọn phương án ñúng ñể hoàn thành những câu sau
6. She has been working hard all day today. So she ............be very tired now. a. can’t b. must c. might d. must not
7. They didn’t come to the party, though they ......................that they would.
a. promised b. say c. told that d. are sure
8. I .....................a little Italian when I was working in Rome.
a. am learning b. had learnt c. learnt d. was learning
9. There was a shortage of water because it ................for several months.
a. hasn’t rained b. didn’t rain c. hadn’t rained d. wasn’t raining
10. We ............married when I ...................eighteen.
a. are/ am b. were/ was c. were/ am d. are/ was
11. Ann usually ............sailing at weekends, but last weekend they ...........tennis. a. goes/ plays b. go/ played c. goes/ playedd. go/ plaid
12. Watch out! That box......................fall.
a. will b. is going to c. won’t d. isn’t going to
13. How long...............you .................as a teacher?
a. do/ work b. are/ work c. have/ worked d. did/ work
14. When ............you ....................to Greece? – 5 years ago.
a. did/ go b. have/ been c. do/ go d. are/ go
15. “Mum! I’m so hungry and tired”. – “OK. I ...................bring you some drink”
a. am going to b. am c. will d. do
16. What ....................you ................next Wednesday evening?
a. do/ do b. are/ do c. did/ do d. are/ doing
17. My teacher arrived after I ...............for him for ten minutes.
a. had waited b. waited c. was waiting d. have waited
18. May I watch the game while we ....................lunch?
a. have b. will have c. are having d. are going to
19. The beggar .................there in the sun for a long time.
a. is lying b. has been lying c. lay d. lies
20. I ..................my pencil. May I borrow one of yours?
a. broke b. break c. am breaking d. have broken
21. It is a long time since he last .......................a scientific report.
a. writes b. wrote c. has written d. writing
22. He must be hurry because he ......................to the doctor’s.
a. will go b. is going c. goes d. is having to go
23. My younger sister is he girl who ....................a hat like mine.
a. is wearing b. wears c. was wearing d. wore
24. The Times, one of Britain’s oldest newspaper, .....................by John Walter. a. started b. was started c. had started d. has been started
25. John was late for the meeting. He .................in a traffic jam.
a. have been b. am driving c. be d. had been held
26. I often go abroad .................business.
a. for b. in c. at d. on
27. Do you come to school ................motorbike?
a. by b. for c. with d. about
28. Of course I can; give it ..................me
a. to b. for c. up d. with
29. Why does Tom look so happy? – Because he is ............love. a. with b. on c. at d. in
30. I read an interesting article ..................the paper this morning.
a. in b. to c. on d. over
31. We arrived ....................the airport in New York at 6 a.m.
a. at b. to c. in d. on
32. Is Mr. John ..............work this week? – No. He is ..................holiday. a. at/ in b. in/ on c. at/ on d. on/ in
33. Romeo and Juliet is a play ....................William Shakespear.
a. of b. by c. about d. for
34. Turn ................the music. It is too loud!
a. on b. off c. down d. up
35. I live in Thuan Chau now but I grew ...............in Ha Noi.
a. on b. with c. of d. up
36. I managed ...................my passport.
a. find b. to find c. finding d. found
37. She refused ...........................for the meal.
a. pay b. to pay c. paying d. paid
38. I enjoy .......................places I’ve been to before.
a. visiting b. to visit c. visit d. will visit
39. A man from a travel agency helped us ...............a nice house.
a. choose b. choosing c. to choose d. chose
40. He agreed ................the job as soon as possible.
a. start b. starting c. to start d. started
41. I stopped ..................my book and went to bed.
a. read b. to read c. not read d. reading
42. Have you finished .....................that letter yet?
a. writing b. write c. to write d. wrote
43. I asked Monica ....................some stamps.
a. buying b. buy c. to buy d. bought
44. My teacher always expected me ...................well in exams.
a. doing b. to do c. do d. did
45. You can’t ....................your car outside the hospital.
a. parking b. to park c. park d. parked
46. She .................Alice that it was an awful party. a. says b. said c. tells d. told
47. I used to smoke, but I ...................up last year.
a. moved b. changed c. gave d. stopped
48. Don’t forget to ...................off the lights when you come to bed. a. turn b. put c. take d. fall
49. Our financial situation is very .................. We spend more than we can earn.
a. annoyed b. annoy c. annoying d. annoyingly
50. A ....................fights for his/her country.
a. firefighter b. soldier c. lawyer d. doctor
51. In my job I wear the latest fashions. I’m a ...................
a. modern b. fashionable c. model d. professor
52. Air ..................is a global problem.
a. polluting b. polluted c. pollute d. pollution
53. There are so ......................between I and my sister.
a. differences b. different c. difference d. differently
54. “A man started to follow me home last night”. - “Weren’t you ................?”
a. frightening b. frightened c. frighten d. frightenedly
55. Please .............. secret. I don’t want everyone knows about it.
a. tell b. keep c. carry d. give
56. If I ............. $2 million, I wouldn’t mind taking things easy for a while. a. win b. won c. had won d. have won
57. Mount Everest .................to be the highest mountain in the world.
a. is believed b. believes c. believed d. is believing
58. She awfully .....................having been so unkind to the boy.
a. regret b. is regretted c. regrets d. is regretting
59. If we don’t eat enough, we .................hungry.
a. will b. won’t c. will be d. won’t be
60. Italian people ....................of his Prime Minister’s resignation on television. a. were told b. was told c. have told d. are telling
61. We are going to leave as soon as we....................enough money.
a. have b. will have c. are having d. might have
62. Visitors are not ....................to touch the exhibits.
a. told b. allowed c. allowing d. right
63. Paper money ...................for over a thousand years.
a. has been used b. has used c. was used d. used
64. The house, in ...................Shakespeare was born, is now open to the public. a. where b. which c. from where d. that
65. May I watch the game .....................we are having lunch?
a. during b. while c. just d. between
66. I .................a cold. Can I come home, please?
a. catch b. am c. have got d. do
67. Do I have to ..............my age?
a. do b. act c. follow d. see
68. He has got to ..................responsibility for himself.
a. have b. live c. take d. get
69. I ..................some shopping while I was in town. I bought myself a new jumper. a. go b. do c. take d. make
70. Her friend tell her she should .................being silly.
a. stay b. stop c. give up d. not
71. Earth is ...................from the Sun .............Venus.
a. farer/ than b. as far/ than c. as far/ as d. further/ than
72. Canada is ....................than China.
a. more big b. biger c. bigger d. as big
73. He is ...................person I’ve met.
a. funniest b. the most funny c. the funniest d. most funniest
74. This test is .................... I expected.
a. more hard than b. harder than c. as hard than d. as harder as
75. Small eyes are not ......................large eyes.
a. as attractive as b. as attractive than c. more attractive as d. attractive as
Phan III. Chon phuong an ung voi tu hoac cum tu co gach chan can phai sua.
76. I had a few problems, but Bob gave me some good advices.
A B C D
77. The exam was real difficult. I couldn’t do any of it.
A B C D
78. Had they never met each other before last Sunday?
A B C D
79. She promised that she would come but in fact she doesn’t.
A B C D
80. It is so an interesting book that I can’t stop reading.
A B C D IV.
ðọc kỹ 4 ñoạn văn sau và chọn phương án ñúng. Question 81-85
How can we keep our teeth healthy? First, we ought to visit our dentist twice a
year. He can fill the small holes in our teeth before they destroy the teeth. He can examine our teeth to check that they are growing in the right way. Unfortunately, many people wait until they have toothache before they see a dentist. Secondly, we should brush our teeth with a toothbrush and flouride toothpaste at least twice a day, once after breakfast and once before we go to bed. We can also use wooden toothpicks to clean between our teeth after a meal. Thirdly, we should eat food that is good for our teeth and our body: milk, cheese, fish, brown bread, potatoes, red rice, vegetables and fresh fruit. Chocolate, sweets, biscuits and cakes are bad, especially when we eat them between meals. They are harmful because they stick to our teeth and cause decay.
81. How often should we go to the dentist?
a. once a month b. twice a month c. once a year d. twice a year
82. Only when do a lot of people visit a dentist?
a. when we keep our teeth healthy b. when they have toothache c. when they destroy the teeth d. when they are free
83. How often ought we to clean our teeth?
a. at least twice a day b. only twice a day c. at least twice a month d. only twice a year
84. What shouldn’t we eat a lot?
a. sweets, cakes b. chocolate, cheese c. cheese, brown bread d. sugar
85. Why aren’t sweets good for our teeth?
a. they have a lot of sugar b. they cause decay c. they are expensive d. they are bad
Question 86-90

In 1920, after some 39 years of problems with diseases, high cost and politics, The Panama Canal was officially opened, finally linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans by allowing ships to pass through the fifty-mile canal zone instead of travelling some seven thousands miles around Cape Horn. It takes a ship approximately eight hours to complete the trip through the canal and costs an average of fifteen thousand dollars, one tenth of what it would cost an average ship to round the Horn. More than fifteen thousand ships pass through its locks each year.
86. Why was until 1920 the Panama Canal officially opened?
a. because of diseases
b. because of high cost
c. because of politics
d. a, b, c
87. How long is the Cape Horn?
a. five thousand miles b. seven thousand miles c. eight thousand miles d. ten thousand miles
88. How much would it cost a ship to travel round Cape Horn?
a. fifteen thousand dollars b. one hundred and fifty thousand dollars c. one thousand and five hundred dollars d. five hundred dollar
89. How did the ships travel from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans before the Canal was built?
a. passing through the canal b. travelling around Cape Horn
c. there was no way d. all above suggestions are wrong
90. What is the passage about?
a. Cape Horn b. the Atlantic c. Pacific Oceans d. The Panama Canal
Question 91 – 95
Romantic love is often the basis for marriage in Australia; young adults meet their future spouses at school, at jobs and in organizations and religious institutions. Although children choose their own spouses, they still hope their parents would approve of their choices. In many families, parents feel that children should make major life decisions by themselves. A parent might try to influence a child to follow a particular profession but the child is free to choose another career. Sometimes children do precisely the opposite of what their parents want in order to assert their independence.
91. What is often the basis for marriage in Australia?
a. practical love b. romantic love c. great love d. love at the first sight
92. Children want their parents to .....................
a. disagree with their choices b. consider their choices c. agree with their choicesd. notice about their choices
93. What, according to many parents, children should do?
a. depend on parents b. ask parents when they want to make major decisions c. make their own major life decisions d. ask their friends
94. In choosing career, children..............
a. can choose what career they like b. can’t choose what career they like c. be under influence of their parents d. must follow their parents’ ideas
95. The passage is about
a. young children
b. young adults’ choices of their marriage and career
c. the role of parents in children’s decisions in Australia
d. the role of young children
Question 96 – 100
On September 19, 1985, an earthquake struck Mexico City at 7:18 a.m. Thousands and thousands of people were on their way to work. The earthquake lasted only four minuted, but it completely destroyed more than 250 buildings and partially destroyed thousands of others. People died under tons of rubble. There were screams and cries throughout Mexico City for days. The next day, another earthquake hit the city. Worst of all, the second quake injured and killed even more people. Two weeks after the earthquakes, workers were still looking for people under the rubble. At the that time more than 7,000 people were dead. Several thousand more were still missing. It will take a long time for Mexicans to forget that tragedy. Many people never will.
96. How long did the earthquake on September 19, 1985 last?
a. one minute b. two minutes c. three minutes d. four minutes
97. What did it destroy?
a. completely more than 250 buildings b. many factories
c. partially thousands of buildings d. both a and b
98. Why was the second earthquake more terrible than the first one?
a. more people died, injured b. less people died, injured c. less buildings were destroyed d. both a and c
99. Most people died because................
a. they were afraid of earthquake b. the falling of the buildings c. they were working d. they were at home
100. The main idea of the reading is.............
a. the earthquake killed thousands of people
b. damages that the 1985 earthquakes have brought to Mexicans
c. many people will never forget the tragedy
d. the number of buildings destroyed by earthquakes



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