Đề thi tự luyện số 14 Môn Tiếng Anh

80. My salary is half what it would be in the job I was offered in January. A. If I had accepted the job I was offered in January, I would be on half the salary I am now. B. If I had taken the job I was offered in January, I would be earning twice as much as I am now. C. If I took the job offered in January, I would be richer now. D. If I had accepted the job offered in January, I would have been poorer.

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Khóa học LTĐH KIT-2: Môn Tiếng Anh (Cô Nguyễn Ngọc Anh) Đề số 14 Hocmai.vn – Ngôi trường chung của học trò Việt Tổng đài tư vấn: 1900 58-58-12 - Trang | 1 - Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others in each of the following questions 1. A. disaster B. encounter C. determine D. consonant 2. A. referee B. agriculture C. personality D. mathematics 3. A. weather B. animal C. human D. canteen 4. A. gallery B. satellite C. different D. cathedral 5. A. familiar B. redundant C. customary D. reluctant Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions 6. Last year she earned ________ her brother. A. twice as much as B. twice more than C. twice as many as D. twice as more as 7. Little ________ he know how much suffering he has caused. A. didn’t B. should C. won’t D. does 8. The politician tried to arouse the crowd, but most of them were ________ to his argument. A. closed B. indifferent C. careless D. dead 9. - Can you take the day off tomorrow? - Well, I’ll have to get ________ from my boss. A. permission B. license C. allowance D. permit 10. I do not believe that this preposterous scheme is ________ of our serious consideration. A. worthy B. worth C. worthwhile D. worthless 11. ________ the fifth largest among the nine planets that make up our solar system. A. The Earth being B. The Earth is C. That the Earth is D. Being the Earth 12. Mike: “I have passed all my examinations!” Joan: “________ ” A. My dear! B. Best wishes! C. Well done! D. That’s very well! 13. Very often the chocolate inside is not as exciting as its ________ . A. coat B. paper C. cover D. wrapper 14. I’ve been ________ advised not to say anything. A. seriously B. greatly C. strongly D. significantly 15. Dr. Evans has ________ a valuable contribution to the life of the school. A. done B. created C. caused D. made 16. No matter ________. Mozart was an accomplished composer while still a child. A. how it seems remarkable B. how remarkable it seems C. it seems remarkable how D. how seems it remarkable 17. You may borrow as many books as you like, provided you show them to ________ is at the desk. A. whoever B. who C. whom D. which ĐỀ SỐ 14 Giáo viên: NGUYỄN NGỌC ANH Đây là đề thi tự luyện số 14 thuộc khoá LTĐH KIT-2: Môn Tiếng Anh (Cô Nguyễn Ngọc Anh). Để sử dụng hiệu quả, bạn cần làm trước các câu hỏi trong đề trước khi so sánh với đáp án và hướng dẫn giải chi tiết trong video bài giảng (phần 1 và phần 2). Khóa học LTĐH KIT-2: Môn Tiếng Anh (Cô Nguyễn Ngọc Anh) Đề số 14 Hocmai.vn – Ngôi trường chung của học trò Việt Tổng đài tư vấn: 1900 58-58-12 - Trang | 2 - 18.________ some countries have ruined their agriculture, squandering money on uneconomic factories, the Ivory Coast has stuck to what it is good at. A. After B. During C. When D. While 19. Harry: “May I smoke?” Kate: “________________” A. What suits you? B. You are free. C. Accommodate yourself! D. Go ahead! 20. ________ perhaps the most awe inspiring among the great structures of the world. A. The Great Wall of China B. The Great Wall of China is C. That the Great Wall of China is D. The Great Wall of China which is 21. We need ________ information before we can decide. A. further B. farther C. far D. furthest 22. Sportsmen ________ their political differences on the sports field. A. take part B. put aside C. take place D. keep apart 23. ________ is to forget all about it. A. At best you can do B. The best thing you can do C. What best you can do D. You can do the best 24. Maria: “ Can I borrow your umbrella for a day?” Ann: “________” A. With pleasure. B. Ready. C. Welcome. D. Yes, I can. 25. ________ long thought to have no bones, small amount of bone were recently found at the bases of the teeth in some species. A. Although sharks were B. Despite sharks being C. In spite of sharks are D. Nevertheless, sharks 26. Such a judge ________ retire from his job before the retirement age. A. as well as B. may as well C. so as to D. as much as 27. Sue: “I’ve got a new grammar book.” Robert: “________” A. What its price? B. How many cost? C. How much was it? D. How much you paid? 28. ________ daily promotes physical as well as emotional well-being in people of all ages. A. Having exercised B. Those who excise C. For exercising D. Exercising 29. As it was very hot in summer, sales of bottles of water went ________ the roof. A. through B. to C. above D. over 30. If only he ________ accept some help with the work instead of trying to do it alone! A. will B. would C. may D. were 31. Last night we ________ a great deal from the heat. A. suffered B. were suffered C. had suffered D. were suffering 32. They have changes the wording on the package to ________ the new regulations. A. comply with B. come to C. call up D. take up 33. His sister was full of ________ for the way in which he had so quickly learned to drive a car. A. pride B. admiration C. surprise D. jealousy 34. Nothing can grow in this poor alkaline ________. A. land B. earth C. soil D. ground Khóa học LTĐH KIT-2: Môn Tiếng Anh (Cô Nguyễn Ngọc Anh) Đề số 14 Hocmai.vn – Ngôi trường chung của học trò Việt Tổng đài tư vấn: 1900 58-58-12 - Trang | 3 - 35. Our city is very bare and doesn’t have enough ________, I’m afraid. A. green B. evergreens C. greenness D. greenery Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. They call Jamaica the "Island in the sun" and that is my memory of ir. Of sunshine, warmth and abundant fruit was growing everywhere, and of love. There were two sisters ahead of me in the family, and though of course I didn't know it, there was an exciting talk of emigration, possibly to Canada but more usually to England, the land of opportunity. I guess that plans were already being made when I was born, for a year or so later my Dad left for London. Two years after that my mum went as well and my sisters and I went left in the care of my grandmother. Emigrating to better yourself was a dream for most Jamaicans, a dream many were determined to fulfill. Families were close and grandmothers were an important part of family like so, when the mass emigrations began, it seemed perfectly right and natural for them to take over the running of families left behind. Grandmothers are often strict, but usually also spoil you. She ran the family like a military operation: each of us, no matter how young, had our tasts. Every moning, before we went to school, we all had to take a bucket appropriate to our size and run a relay from the communal tap to the barrels until they are full. My sisters had to sweep the yard before they went to school. My grandmother would give orders to the eldest and these were passed down- as I got older I found this particularly annoying! But I can tell you, no one avoided their duties. My Dad came over from England to see how we were getting on . He talked to us about the new country, about snow, about the huge city, and we all wanted to know more, to see what it was like. I didn't know it at that time., but he had come to prepare us for the move to England. Six months later my grandmother told me that I was going to join my parents and that she, too, was emigrating. London was strange and disappointing. There was no gold on the pavements, as the stories in Jaimaica had indicated. The roads were busy, the buildings were grey and dull, with many tall,high- rise blocks. It was totally unlike Jamaica, the house all small and packed close together. In my grandmother's house I had a big bedroom, here I had to share. Then came the biggest shock: snow. While flakes came out of the sky and Dad smiled, pointed and said: "That's snow!" I rushed outside, looked up and opened my mouth to let the flakes drop in. The snow settled on my tongue and it was so cold that I cried. My toes lost all feeling. As my shoes and socks got wet and frozen, there came an excruciating pain and I cried with the intensity of it. I didn't know what was happening to me. 36. The writer says that when he was very young ________. A. he was upset because his parents left B. he was very keen to go to England C. his parents had decided to leave D. his parents changed their plans 37. According to the writer, many people from Jamaica at that time ________. A. wanted to be free from responsibility B. had ambitions that were unrealistic C. wanted to improve their standard of living D. dislike the country they came from 38. The writer says that when he lived with his grandmother ________. A. he was treated like the other children B. he wanted to be like other children C. he tried to avoid doing certain duties D. he found some of her rules strange Khóa học LTĐH KIT-2: Môn Tiếng Anh (Cô Nguyễn Ngọc Anh) Đề số 14 Hocmai.vn – Ngôi trường chung của học trò Việt Tổng đài tư vấn: 1900 58-58-12 - Trang | 4 - 39. What does "this" in the third paragraph refer to? A. being told what to do by his sisters B. having to sweep the yard before school C. having to do duties he found difficult D. being given orders by his grandmother 40. What happened when the writer's father came? A. His father didn't tell him why he had come. B. He didn't know how to react to his father. C. His father told him things that were untrue. D. He felt eager about what his father told him. 41. When the writer first went to London, he was disappointed because ________. A. it was smaller than he expected B. he had been given a false impression of it C. he had to spend a lot of time on his own D. his new surroundings frightened him 42. What does the writer say about snow? A. He was not sure how to react when he saw it. B. He regretted coming into contact with it. C. He was embarrassed that it made him cry. D. He was not very keen to touch it. 43. The word "abundant" in the first paragraph means ________. A. lacking B. short C. plentiful D. scarce 44. The word "excruciating" in the last paragraph means ________. A. painful B. rather painful C. extremely painful D. painless 45. Which of the following would be the best title for this passage? A. Too many changes. B. A strange childhood. C. Hard times. D. From Sun to Snow. Read the following passage and choose the word/phrase that best fits each space: Aero planes have the (46) ________ of being dangerous and even hardened travelers are intimidated by them. They also have the great disadvantages of being (47) ________ form of transport. But nothing can (48) ________ them for speed and comfort. Travelling far above the clouds at an extremely high speed is an unforgettable (49) ________. You don't have to devise ways of taking your mind off the journey, for an aero plane gets you to your (50) ________ rapidly. Foe a few hours, you settle back in a deep armchair to enjoy the flight. You can (51) ________ a free film show or sip champagne on some services. But even when such luxuries are not available, there is plenty to (52) ________ you occupied. An aero plane offers you unusual and breathtaking view of the world. You fly (53) ________ high mountains and deep valleys. If the landscape (54) ________ from view, you can enjoy the extraordinary sight of unbroken cloud plains that stretch out for miles before you. The journey is so smooth (55) ________ there is nothing to prevent you from reading or sleeping. However you decide to spend your time, one thing is certain: you will arrive at your destination fresh and on time. 46. A. famous B. reputation C. knowledge D. idea 47. A. more expensive B. the more expensive C. most expensive D. the most expensive 48. A. combine B. match C. suitable D. face 49. A. story B. spending C. experience D. job 50. A. destination B. departure C. place D. arrival Khóa học LTĐH KIT-2: Môn Tiếng Anh (Cô Nguyễn Ngọc Anh) Đề số 14 Hocmai.vn – Ngôi trường chung của học trò Việt Tổng đài tư vấn: 1900 58-58-12 - Trang | 5 - 51. A. show B. watch C. look at D. observe 52. A. keep B. stay C. feel D. behind 53. A. below B. on C. beneath D. over 54. A. hides B. hid C. is hidden D. is hiding 55. A. for B. that C. as D. which Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction 56. The president refuses to accept either of the four new proposals made by the contractors. A. to accept B. either C. new proposals D. made by 57. Dresses, skirts, shoes, and children’s clothing are advertised at great reduced prices this weekend. A. children’s clothing B. are advertised C. at great D. reduced 58. He lived in New York since 1970 to 1985, but he is now living in Paris. A. lived B. since C. but D. living 59. Each of the students in the accounting class has to type their own research paper this semester. A. the students B. in the accounting C. has to type their own research D. this 60. The need for a well rounded education was an idea espoused by the Greeks in time of Socrates. A. for B. a well wounded education C. espoused D. in time of Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to the given ones: 61. Nobody could possibly believe the story he told us. A. The story he told us was magical. B. It’s possible that he told us an unreal story. C. It’s possible that he told us a real story. D. The story he told us was beyond belief. 62. I should have studied last night, but I was too tired. A. I couldn’t study last night because I was very tired. B. I studied last night because I had to. C. I tried to study last night although I was so tired. D. I studied last night because I was bored and tired. 63. George said, “Peter may have written to Mary.” A. George knew that Peter had written. B. George meant that Peter hadn’t written. C. George wasn’t sure if Peter had written or not. D. George said that Peter could write if he wanted to. 64. The game will be held, rain or shine. A. The game is delayed because of the rain. B. There will be a game regardless of the weather. C. There will be no game if it rains or shines. D. It rains or shines every time there is a game. 65. Dick got to the bus station at midnight, missing his bus by two hours. A. The bus left at midnight and Dick missed it. B. The bus left at two o’clock in the afternoon, thus Dick missed it. Khóa học LTĐH KIT-2: Môn Tiếng Anh (Cô Nguyễn Ngọc Anh) Đề số 14 Hocmai.vn – Ngôi trường chung của học trò Việt Tổng đài tư vấn: 1900 58-58-12 - Trang | 6 - C. The bus left at ten o’clock in the morning and Dick missed it. D. The bus left at ten o’clock at night, so Dick missed it. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 66 to 75 GRANT TOUR OF AN AMERICAN HOME Of all the aspirations which make up the American Dream, perhaps the most prominent is to own one’s own home. Americans are very proud of their homes and spend a great deal of time maintaining their houses and keeping the property in good condition. A man's home is often called his cattle, and the hours spent keeping his fortress safe and secure become one of his greatest pleasures. If a home is in an especially fashionable neighborhood, the owners may consult an interior decorator to give the home a certain coordinated appearance. If there is a large back yard, great care may be spent in having it properly landscaped with exotic trees, shrubs and plants. It is almost a certainty that you should be the first visitor to an American home, you will be taken on a grand tour of the premises. The owner will take great pride in showing to you the place he calls home. Every closet, every cabinet and closed door will be opened so that you can actually see the extent and value of his home. You will even be taken into the father's den and the mother's sewing room. These are special rooms for the respective man and woman of the house to insure their privacy. They may be off-limits to the rest of the family but, for the visitor they are open to scrutiny and inspection. It is, of course, considered polite on the tour to comment favorably on each room picking out its most salient, important feature, such as the special view from the window, the vaulted ceiling in the foyer or the exotic choice of wallpaper in the bathroom. The finished basement is a special cause for pride for the family with its exercise room, video games, carpenter shop and launderette. In most homes it is here that the family entertains itself in the evening while the rest of the house becomes more of a showcase. On your tour you may be reminded of the hours the owners had spent "fixing up the house" so it would be "nice for the kids to bring over their friends". You may even sense a feeling of competition in knowing that they have not only "kept up with the Jones" but also have far surpassed them. The tour will terminate after an hour or so somewhere on the back lawn next to the two-car air- conditioned garage where you may be treated to a snake and light refreshment. Showing off one's home is more than an exercise in vanity. It is a tribute to one's accomplishment. It is a way of saying that a man has been a good provider for his family and that he has realized one of his dreams. 66. What is considered the biggest reachable dream for most Americans? A. To be president of the United States of America B. To be rich and famous for fifteen minutes C. To be a movie or rock star D. To own one's own house 67. What is often called “castle” for many Americans? A. One's own home B. Mc Donald's C. Disneyland D. The White House 68. If a man lives in a good neighborhood, who may be consulted to fix up the appearance of the home? A. An architect B. A house designer C. An interior decorator D. One's mother-in-law 69. If it is your first visit to an American home, what will the owner probably do? Khóa học LTĐH KIT-2: Môn Tiếng Anh (Cô Nguyễn Ngọc Anh) Đề số 14 Hocmai.vn – Ngôi trường chung của học trò Việt Tổng đài tư vấn: 1900 58-58-12 - Trang | 7 - A. Ask you for a gift B. Ask you if you like the house C. Treat you to coffee and refreshment D. Give you a grand tour of his home 70. What is the father's room of a house called? A. Daddy's room B. His den C. The master's bedroom D. The tiger's den 71. What is considered polite behavior if you are taken on a grand tour of someone's home? A. To praise everything you see B. To listen carefully to everything that is said C. To comment favorably on each room D. To be careful not to break anything 72. What is the purpose of a finished basement? A. It is used as a family recreation room B. It is used as a storage room C. It is a place to watch TV D. It is a sound-proofed room for the kids 73. What is meant by "keep up with Jones"? A. It means to be a good neighbor B. It means to earn as much as you can C. It means to make one's home look better than one's neighbors D. It means to remain competitive with one's neighbor 74. Where may you be treated to a snack and a light refreshment after the tour? A. In the recreation room. B. In the two-car air-conditioned garage. C. In the living room. D. Somewhere on the back lawn. 75. What is the ultimate purpose in showing off one’s home to friends? A. To show off one’s wealth. B. It’s a tribute to one’s accomplishments. C. To impress one’s neighbors. D. To show that you are richer than your friends. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to the given ones: 76. The coach’s tactics were directly responsible for the team’s defeat. A. The team lost because the coach had no tactics. B. The team’s responsibility is to defeat the coach’s tactics. C. The team lost as a direct consequence of the coach’s tactics. D. The coach directly guided the team, but had no responsibility. 77. For their new chairman, the committee chose a relatively inexperienced candidate. A. The committee opted for a relatively inexperienced candidate as their new chairman. B. A relatively inexperienced candidate was appointed as the chairman. C. A relatively inexperienced candidate was considered as a new chairman. D. A relatively inexperienced candidate was promoted to chairman. 78. David seems really ill at ease in front of all those people. A. David is ill because he stands in front of all those people. B. David is easy to be ill because of all those people. C. David feels uncomfortable in front of all those people. D. David feels comfortable in front of all those people. 79. You’d better be off unless you want me to lose my temper. A. You should take your coat off if you don’t want me to lose my temper. B. Provided that you set off, I will not lose my temper. C. You should leave if you don’t want me to get angry. D. Only if you go do I not lose my temper. Khóa học LTĐH KIT-2: Môn Tiếng Anh (Cô Nguyễn Ngọc Anh) Đề số 14 Hocmai.vn – Ngôi trường chung của học trò Việt Tổng đài tư vấn: 1900 58-58-12 - Trang | 8 - 80. My salary is half what it would be in the job I was offered in January. A. If I had accepted the job I was offered in January, I would be on half the salary I am now. B. If I had taken the job I was offered in January, I would be earning twice as much as I am now. C. If I took the job offered in January, I would be richer now. D. If I had accepted the job offered in January, I would have been poorer. Giáo viên: Nguyễn Ngọc Anh Nguồn : Hocmai.vn

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