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Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh CHUYÊN ĐỀ E05: ĐIỀN TỪ VÀO ĐOẠN VĂN Paragraph 1: Set in the red desert of central Australia is the mining town of Coober Pedy At first sight, the town looks similar to many other such communities, but Coober Pedy is different Sixty per cent of its population of 4000 people lives underground There are today about 800 underground houses as well as shops, hotels and even churches in the town and the (1) _hills Once a site has been chosen, special tunnel machines are (2) _ in to create passages and rooms in the sandstone Rock pillars are left to (3) _ the roof, and doors and windows are cut into the front Houses are of all shapes and (4) _ , the largest having 20 rooms, and some even have their own swimming pool Living underground may sound strange but in fact it has a number of advantages In summer, the temperature outside can reach an astonishing 47◦C, and in winter the nights can be (5) _cold However, inside the houses it remains a steady 25◦C all year (6) _ Many people say that living u nderground makes them feel very secure There is no problem with noise from the neighbors and the houses are not (7) _ by the fierce dust storms that regularly (8) _ through the area And of course, if your family (9) _ or lots of friends come to stay, you can (10) dig another room E05 001: A near B enclosing C close D surrounding E05 002: A brought B entered C placed D worked E05 003: A lift B support C push D rise E05 004: A sizes B areas C volumes D numbers E05 005: A strongly B heavily C extremely D sharply E05 006: A along B wide C across D round E05 007: A affected B spoiled C disturbed D influenced E05 008: A flood B hurry C sweep D pour Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page1 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 009: A grows B rises C stretches D explodes E05 010: A only B always C regularly D ever Paragraph 2: Ask any sport enthusiast to name the most popular sports and the stock (1) _will probably be football, cricket, golf and rugby A lot of people play those games but far (2) _ go fishing, play badminton or sail Why we get it wrong? Because sport editors of newspapers and TV channels, are stuck with their traditional patterns of judging by crowds (3) _ than by how many actually go out and the thing Sailing probably (4) _ most from this narrow- mindedness because it is often difficult to report and almost impossible to film except at huge expense Yet, despite the absence of the oxygen of publicity, sailing is (5) _ of the most popular participants sports Why is it so important in England? Possibly (6) _ of the great island tradition of being a nation of sailors, but probably much more because of its many opportunities (7) _ in Britain is all that far from sea and the rare plenty of rivers and lakes (8) _ it is easy to get float But many would- be sailors are (9) _ from taking the first steps They worry about the cost of a boat, need for special equipment, the dangers of tackling the elemental forces of nature and believe that sailing club people are snobbish and unapproachable All misconceptions you can start sailing (10) _ next to nothing and find friendly sailing club throughout the country and where nobody is snobbish or look down on beginners E05 011: A reaction B appeal C answer D key E05 012: A more B much C less D fewer E05 013: A rather B much more C any more D any longer E05 014: A get B suffer C contract D affect E05 015: A none B one C neither D most E05 016: A owing to B due to C account D because E05 017: A Nowhere B Anywhere C Not place D None E05 018: A which B that C in these D where E05 019: A encouraged B discouraged C persuaded D tempted E05 020: A for B from C with D of Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page2 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh Paragraph 3: The ideal breakfast, (1) _ scientists, is a glass of orange juice, a cup of coffee and a bowl of cereal People who (2) _the day with a drink of vitamin C, a dose of caffeine and a helping of their favorite cereal are happier and perform better (3) _ the morning, Andy Smith, of the university of Bristol said A study of 600 people who were (4) _ to record their breakfast habit found that (5) _ who regularly ate cereal first thing in the morning had a more positive (6) _ with those who ate other foods or had no breakfast Earlier research had (7) _ that people whose mental performance was measured immediately after eating breakfast of any kind (8) _ 10% better on tests of remembering, speed of response and ability to concentrate, compared with those given only a cup of decaffeinated coffee In further research, Professor Smith said that people who drank four cups of coffee a day performed more (9) _ all day than those who drank less He (10) _ that sensible employers should give out free coffee or tea E05 021: A declare B say C state D announce E05 022: A open B initiate C start D begins E05 023: A during B in C whole D throughout E05 024: A said B commanded C ordered D asked E05 025: A whole B all C these D those E05 026: A tried B compared C dealt D mentioned E05 027: A reveal B exposed C shown D indicate E05 028: A did B performed C made D carried E05 029: A profitable B deficiently C beneficially D efficiently E05 030: A said B requested C suggested D ordered Paragraph 4: In 1987 a research team from an American university set out to explore the Well of Sacrifice at Chichen Itza Unfortunately, (1) _, the water in the well was so dark that it is impossible for divers to see, so the team had to use filters to clean it Just as this work was (2) _ to begin, some local Indian told the team that the well was inhabited by the spirit of a rain god The god was (3) _ as Chac, and they warned the team that the Chac would (4) _ revenge if his home was disturbed The team listened politely but ignored these warnings and (5) _ on with the research Throughout the summer, pumps and filters were used, but it wasn’t until several months later (6) _ the water was clear enough for divers to go down into the well Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page3 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh When they got down to work they began to (7) _ various objects at the bottom of the well Between these things they brought back to the surface were human bones, and by the time they (8) _, they had recovered more than 50 skeletons This was proof that the well had indeed been used for human sacrifice Perhaps it would have been better if the team (9) to the warnings of the Indians, because within a year, several members of the team had been killed (10) _ mysterious accidents E05 031: A however B although C even though D whereas E05 032: A up B about C planned D intended E05 033: A named B known C called D told E05 034: A make B have C D take E05 035: A got B went C took D carried E05 036: A but B and C when D that E05 037: A see B discover C invent D notice E05 038: A finished B would finish C would finish D would have finished E05 039: A had listened B listened C would listen D listen E05 040: A during B by C in D for Paragraph 5: Stress is our body reaction to events or conditions that we cannot easily manage or (1) _ When we are troubled by something, we usually experience some types of (2) _ There are thousands of conditions that (3) _ us to become tense There may be major or horrible: fighting for our lives in a war, being imprisoned of facing death On the other hand, minor (4) _ in our daily lives cause stress as well: waiting in line, taking a quiz or asking for or accepting a date Although we usually think of stress as something caused (5) _ unpleasant events, pleasant happenings also bring on stress Vacations, pay raises and winning an award all (6) _ tension in our body As new experiment is done on the effect of stress, new technique developed to help (7) _ with anxiety One aid is to plan for situations that we know will be stressful Some imagine the event before it happens, thus preparing their minds and bodies for tension Other people relax or (8) _ at regular intervals to lessen the muscle strains in our bodies Still others (9) _ they are on a pleasant beach lying in the sunshine; soon their bodies relax and tension melt away Other people believe strenuous exercise helps the body handle the problem of daily life And for still others, joining with others for games or parties helps them less anxious Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page4 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh It (10) _ very little which method we use to relax; what does matter is finding the time to temporarily reduce the effects of modern life on our mind and body E05 041: A resist B stop C halt D control E05 042: A strain B anxiety C pressure D stress E05 043: A enable B bring C take D cause E05 044: A things B occasions C events D conditions E05 045: A by B with C to D on E05 046: A built B add C create D give E05 047: A come B cope C manage D confront E05 048: A medicate B wonder C consider D think E05 049: A maintain B intend C pretend D decide E05 050: A matters B helps C determines D pays Paragraph 6: In the spring of 1891, a young Canadian named James Naismith (1) _ the staff of the International YMCA Training school in Springfield, Massachusetts, where he was instructed to devise an (2) _ game that did not involve bodily contact, would not(3) _ in damage to the gym and in which every player had a chance to get in on the action The game he invented was basketball- or basket ball as it was (4) _ until about 1912 Naismith peach baskets at either end of the gym and used a soccer ball to play with The first game, in December 1891, was played (5) _ two teams of nine men each and was not exactly a classic The final (6) _ was 1- As an off- season recreation, basketball took (7) _ in a big way, largely because it was cheap and easy to (8) _ up Oddly, although peach baskets were soon replaced by nets, until 1912 it didn’t (9) _ to anyone to cut a hole in the bottom of them Until then it was unnecessary (10) _ someone to climb a ladder and retrieve the ball after each score E05 051: A enrolled B joined C entered D became E05 052: A inside B internal C indoor D interior E05 053: A cause B result C end D lead E05 054: A named B spoken C called D referred Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page5 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 055: A again B among C from D between E05 056: A goal B score C shot D point E05 057: A up B off C out D in E05 058: A get B play C set D E05 059: A think B realize C suggest D occur E05 060: A that B so C for D even Paragraph 7: Visitors to Britain are always complaining about English food But they not really know what they are talking about because they rarely get a chance (1) _it Most of the restaurants in large towns have foreign (2) _ who serve foreign food (3) _ visitors are invited (4) _ in an English home their hosts often feel they must (5) _ them something foreign and exotic Those of us who (6) _ know English food are aware that at its best it can be really very good On the other (7) _, it is true to say that it is sometime terrible Part of the problem is that we are not really interested in food- we eat to live, we not live to eat So we don’t generally (8) _ the necessary time and effort to which are needed to cook really good meals We prefer food that is simple and easy to cook, (9) _ready prepared food which only needs heating up before eating You can find the best English food in the country away from the large towns, where life is (10) _and people are not in such a hurry But, of course, most visitors came from London They come because they are interested in shopping and sightseeing They not come to find the food So why should they complain about it? E05 061: A to think B to cook C to eat D to fetch E05 062: A owners B visitors C eaters D guests E05 063: A The B When C No D Any E05 064: A drinking B eat C to eat D to drink E05 065: A fetch B take C carry D offer E05 066: A B did C don’t D didn’t E05 067: A side B way C hand D point Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page6 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 068: A cost B spend C kill D occupy E05 069: A or B nor C but D neither E05 070: A slower B quicker C slowly D quickly Paragraph 8: Chocolate, one of the most popular food in the world, has a history as rich as its flavor Chocalate (1) _ from the bean of a special tree, a plant that has grown in the American countries for (2) _ four thousand years As long ago as the 12th century, Indian families drank chocolate at wedding parties (3) _other important ceremonies However, chocolate was not known in Europe until 1528, (4) _the Spanish explorer Hernado Cortes brought it to Spain Drinking chocolate soon became popular in Spain and quickly (5) _to the rest of Europe 300 years later, a scientist in Holland who loved chocolate learned (6) _to make chocolate into sweets After that, people who liked chocolate could eat it as well as drink it (7) _ the years passed, people in other countries began to make many kinds of chocolate Today the making of chocolate has become a very big industry There are many (8) _ why chocolate has become so popular People like its rich, delicious flavor Some people think that chocolate is (9) _ more delicious when it is made with other things, such as fruits and nuts Also, chocolate makers can (10) _ chocolate in different shapes that are pleasing to look at And also, eating chocolate has a helpful physical effect The sugar and fat in chocolate give people quick energy E05 071: A goes B comes C turns D changes E05 072: A at least B at last C at first D at all E05 073: A on B and C with D of E05 074: A when B why C then D because E05 075: A sent B got C spread D changed E05 076: A why B what C how D who E05 077: A As B For C With D Because E05 078: A reasons B causes C questions D conditions E05 079: A very B even C so D quite Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page7 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 080: A make B take C put D change Paragraph 9: Your mind’s ability to bring back experiences you have had is your memory There are two kinds of remembering: recall and recognition (1) _, you may not be able to recall the poem you read yesterday in class, but you see it again, you’ll know it instantly because you (2) _it Some few people have “total recall”, often spoke of as photographic memory A person (3) _ total recall can recite a whole page of a book after (4) _ it once or play a musical composition after hearing it once This is very unusual, (5) _ and most people have difficulty remembering even the names they heard they day before This is not because (6) _ people lack the ability to remember but because they had not (7) _ much attention to what they had heard They felt no personal reasons to remember Having a personal reason for remembering is one of the most important factors in a good memory When you have a strong (8) _ for remembering, concentrate when you read or listen, and try to connect the new information to things you (9) _know A detail is easy to remember when it fits into a whole that makes sense If you understand the entire lesson before you try to remember any (10) _ dates, your memory may surprise you E05 081: A However B For instance C Moreover D As a result E05 082: A make out B realize C recognize D understand E05 083: A with B of C for D owns E05 084: A seeing B hearing C listening D reading E05 085: A yet B despite C however D otherwise E05 086: A almost B most of C most D all of E05 087: A stuck B paid C put D laid E05 088: A reason B cause C explanation D clue E05 089: A wholly B already C completely D entirely E05 090: A special B particular C specific D particularly Paragraph 10: Music is clearly different from language People can, nevertheless, use it to (1) _ things especially their motions and when allied with speech in a song, it is one of the most powerful means of communication that a human (2) _ But (3) _ biologically speaking, is it? If music is truly distinct (4) _ speech then it Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page8 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh ought to have a distinct processing mechanism in brain- one that keeps it separate from the interpretation of other sounds, (5) _ language The evidence suggests that such a separate mechanism does, indeed, exist Scientist’s curiosity (6) _ the auditory system dates back to the mid- 19th century In 1861 Paul Broca, a French surgeon observed that speech was impaired due to damage (7) _ a particular part of the brain, now (8) _ as Broca’s area In 1874, Carl Wernickle, a German neurologist, made a similar observation about (9) _ brain area and was similarly immortalized The location of different language processing tasks in Broca’s area (found in the Brain’s left temporal lobe, above the area) was one of the first piece of (10) _ that different bits of the brain are specialized to different jobs E05 091: A communicate B hold C give D transmit E05 092: A made B possess C has D owns E05 093: A that B what C which D who E05 094: A along with B which C of D from E05 095: A consisting of B composing C including D whole E05 096: A of B for C about D with E05 097: A for B about C of D to E05 098: A named B known C regarded D considered E05 099: A other B another C different D others E05 100: A approval B favour C support D evidence Paragraph 11: Ask most people for their list of Top Ten fears, and you will be sure to find (1) _burgled fairly high on the list An informal survey I carried out among friends at a party last week revealed that eight of them had had their homes (2) _ into more than twice, and two had been burgled five times To put the record straight, (3) _ of my friends owns valuable paintings or a sideboard full of family silverware Three of them are students, in fact The most typical burglary, it seems, involves the (4) _ of easily transportable items- the television, the video, even food from the freezer This may have something to with the fact that the average burglar is in his (or her) late teens, and probably wouldn’t know (5) _ to with a Picaso, whereas selling a Walkman or a vacuum cleaner is much easier (6) _ They are perhaps not so much professional criminals, as hard- up young people who need a few pounds and some excitement (7) _ that this makes your house turned upside down and your favorite things stolen any easier to (8) _ Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page9 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh In most cases, the police have no luck recovering any of the stolen goods Unless there is any definite (9) _, they are probably unable to anything at all And alarms or special locks don’t seem to help, either The only advice my friend could (10) _ was “Never live on the ground floor” and “ Keep two or three very fierce dogs”, which reminded me of a case I read about, where the burglar loot included the family’s pet poodle E05 101: A been B having C being D out E05 102: A robbed B broken C taken D entered E05 103: A none B some C all D few E05 104: A theft B example C robbing D carrying E05 105: A where B how C what D whatever E05 106: A one B event C price D matter E05 107: A Given B So C Not D Despite E05 108: A attempt B C accept D believe E05 109: A case B burglary C investigation D evidence E05 110: A come up with B get by with C bring up with D put in with Paragraph 12: Anger has many (1) _ Often it is an emotion which is secondary (2) _ some other emotion that you are feeling- like fear, guilt or relief So the parent who shouts at her kid who gets home late is using anger as a way of (3) _ fear Sometimes it is the result of a sense of great (4) _ - such as someone is wrongly (5) _ of a crime, finds that their partner has been (6) _ to them, or feels a passionate sense of social injustice (7) _ anger may have other causes as well We know that animals can be made more aggressive if the limbic parts of their brains are stimulated; (8) _ , overstimulatation of the limbic (emotional) centre of the brain may override the neo- cortex, the (9) _ part Changes in hormone levels may seem to cause anger too, and inheritance plays a part, as does our (10) _ The more we raised in anger, the more anger we are likely to feel later in our lives E05 111: A sources B bases C origins D foundations E05 112: A for B about C to D with Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page10 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 113: A overturning B overthrowing C overcoming D overtaking E05 114: A inequality B unfairness C disproportion D inconsistency E05 115: A punished B charged C condemned D accused E05 116: A unbelievable B questionable C suspicious D unfaithful E05 117: A However B Therefore C Moreover D But E05 118: A additionally B consequently C furthermore D so E05 119: A reasoning B thinking C considering D contemplating E05 120: A maturity B upbringing C growth D development Paragraph 13: New evidence has (1) _ some very interesting things about the world’s most famous painting, the Mona Lisa A French researcher, Pascal Cotte, has spent the (2) _ year investigating Leonardo da Vince’s famous painting And his 240 megapixel scan reveals traces of facial hair, which had been obliterated by (3) _ efforts This shows that the woman with the enigmatic smile (4) _ eyebrows and eyelashes The research also shows that Da Vinci changed his mind about the position of two of Mona Lisa’s fingers on her left hand Mr Cotte spent 3000 hours examining data that he collected (5) _scans that he had made whilst he was at the Louvre’s laboratory These scan used infrared and ultraviolet sensors (6) _ the very first time Apart from the eyelashes, eyebrows and fingers, Mr Cotte said that the scan also showed that the woman who (7) _ in the background of the painting was holding a blanket This has all (8) _ disappeared from view today This is not the first time Mr Cotte has analyzed a famous painting with his special technique He has previously made high- resolution scans (9) _ more than 500 other paintings, (10) _ works by Van Gogh, Brueghel and Courbet E05 121: A found B revealed C announced D claimed E05 122: A prior B former C last D past E05 123: A repair B renewal C restoration D revival E05 124: A grew B had C possessed D owned E05 125: A from B out of C in D through E05 126: A since B at C in D for Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page11 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 127: A shows B displays C appears D occurs E05 128: A but B over C around D there E05 129: A from B of C with D on E05 130: A including B such as C for example D particularly Paragraph 14: Most people, when they asked who Frankenstein was, will reply “a monster” This is not really (1) _ The monster, both in Mary Shelly’s book and in the (2) _, has no name! It is (3) _ known as “the monster” or “ the Frankenstein” monster Frankenstein was the (4) _ of the doctor who created it In the (5) _ book, the monster was kind and gentle when he was first created He wanted friends and (6) _ Soon, however, people began to persecute him because his (7) _ was so frightening The monster then changed into the (8) _ creature that we know from the movies Mary Shell wrote Frankenstein in 1818, at the age of 21 She wrote the novel to teach two lessons that people shouldn’t (9) _ other badly because they are different, and that sometimes we may create something that can (10) _ us E05 131: A correct B true C real D actual E05 132: A movies B pictures C photos D scene E05 133: A simply B only C simple D really E05 134: A picture B name C call D recall E05 135: A original B first C early D former E05 136: A like B favorite C priority D love E05 137: A vision B appearance C looking D face E05 138: A terrible B bad C devil D practical E05 139: A handle B deal C behave D treat E05 140: A damage B destroy C spoil D worse Paragraph 15: INFLUENCES OF TELEVISION Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page12 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh Television has changed the lifestyle of people in every industrialized country in the world In the United State, where sociologists have studied the effects, some interesting observations have been made Television, although not essential, has become a(n)(1) _part of most people’s lives It has become a babysitter, an initiator of conversations, the major transmitter of culture, and a keeper of traditions Yet when what can be seen on TV in one day is critically analyzed, it becomes evident that television is not a teacher but a sustainer The poor (2) _ of programming does not elevate people into greater (3) _, but rather maintains and encourages the status quo The (4) _reason for the lack of quality in American television is related to both the history of TV programming development and the economics of TV Television in America began with the radio Radio companies and their sponsors first (5) _with television Therefore, the close relationship, which the advertisers had with radio programs become the system for American TV Sponsors not only paid money for the time within programs, but many actually produced the programs Thus, (6) _ from the capitalistic, profit- oriented sector of American society, television is primarily (7) _ with reflecting and attracting society rather than (8) _and experimenting with new ideas Advertisers want to attract the largest viewing audience possible; to so requires that the programs be entertaining rather the challenging Television in America today remains, to a large (9) _, with the same organization and standards as it had thirty years ago The hope for some evolution and true achievement toward improving society will require a change in the (10) _ system E05 141: A integral B mixed C fractional D superior E05 142: A product B effect C quality D quantity E05 143: A preconception B knowledge C understanding D feeling E05 144: A adequate B unknown C inexplicable D primary E05 145: A made B did C tried D experimented E05 146: A going B leaving C coming D getting E05 147: A connected B worried C concerned D interested E05 148: A reflecting B innovating C attracting D entertaining E05 149: A extent B amount C degree D size E05 150: A total B full C entire D complete Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page13 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh Paragraph 16: EXAMS OR CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT? How you feel when you (1) _ an exam? Do you always (2) _in getting all your ideas down on paper, or you sometimes feel that you’re (3) _ a mess of it? Apart from those lucky few who (4) _ through exams, most secondary school (5) _ find them very stressful Many teachers are (6) _ of the problems their students face and use a different method for measuring their progress: continuous assessment With continuous assessment, students are given various (7) _ to throughout the year All their marks are added together to produce a total mark at the (8) _ of the year Students have to (9) _ more responsibility for their education because they can’t rely on doing well in just one day Also, they have more time to (10) _ over their work, meaning that they are abe to their best E05 151: A write B sit C give D make E05 152: A pass B succeed C achieve D manage E05 153: A making B having C taking D doing E05 154: A drive B move C go D sail E05 155: A colleagues B classmates C prefers D pupils E05 156: A knowledgeable B recognizable C aware D intelligent E05 157: A results B achievements C tasks D efforts E05 158: A finish B end C edge D stop E05 159: A B make C take D get E05 160: A imagine B consider C think D examine Paragraph 17: Volcanoes have been erupting (1) _ the earth for millions of years More than five hundred still (2) _ today These are called active volcanoes Volcanoes is located (3) _ belts or chains They are found (4) _ the earth’s crust is weak The weak spot lets the hot rock escape when the volcano erupts Many volcano belts are (5) _ along the edge of continents One belt runs along the western coast of South America (6) _ the western part of the United States Other volcanoes are found (7) _ ocean basins Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page14 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh About (8) _ of all active volcanoes in the world are in the Pacific Ocean Many of these volcanoes erupt(9) _ water The Hawaiian Islands were built by volcanoes that (10) _ erupting under water and finally reached the surface of the ocean E05 161: A in B on C under D over E05 162: A erupt B are erupting C have erupted D erupted E05 163: A in B on C under D along E05 164: A when B which C that D where E05 165: A mountainous ranges B mountain ranges C mountains ranges D range mountains E05 166: A down B up through C under D up E05 167: A along B on C under D in E05 168: A three fifths B three fifth C third fifth D three five E05 169: A over B on C under D in E05 170: A were B began C continued D finished Paragraph 18: School inspectors have found that, contrary to all (1) _ , children don’t dislike homework at all In fact, many more than their teachers suggest, either because of (2) _ about their marks or simply for (3) _ The inspectors’ findings add to the evidence of the (4) _ and beneficial effects that homework has on pupils’ (5) The inspectors also recommend the (6) _ of “homework chatter” This tell parents and children how much (7) _work is expected and provides (8) _ to schools to form links with parents who can check that tasks are (9) _ completed International (10) _ suggest that a typical 14- year- old student spends hours on homework in Britain, hours in Italy and hours in Japan E05 171: A expects B expectations C expecting D expiators E05 172: A anxious B anxiously C anxious lines D anxiety E05 173: A enjoyment B enjoying C enjoyable D being enjoyed E05 174: A powers B powerless C powerful D power Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page15 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 175: A achieve B achieving C achieves D achievement E05 176: A introduce B introduction C introducer D introductory E05 177: A adding B additional C additive D addition E05 178: A encourage B courage C encouragement D courageous E05 179: A proper B properness C properly D improperly E05 180: A compares B comparisons C comparing D comparison Paragraph 19: Today our knowledge of food and what it does for our body is far more advanced than (1) _ of the ancient Now we know about vitamins and how each kind of vitamins helps in the (2) _ of a particular part of our bodies There are (3) _ the market all kinds of vitamins pills which one can take to make up for one’s (4) _ of certain important things which are needed for normal health, (5) if we eat well and properly, the food that we eat will take care of our bodies without these pills and so there is no need for us to take any kinds of vitamins pills (6) _ our doctor tells us that our bodies are short of something which can be (7) _ by them (8) _, everything we eat does some good to our bodies, but if we eat too much of one kind of food and pay no attention to (9) _, we may have too much of one kind of chemical substance and not enough others Then, we may be in (10) _ E05 181: A this B that C it D them E05 182: A development B extending C increase D growth E05 183: A in B over C on D of E05 184: A deficiency B lack C short D need E05 185: A Of course B For example C However D Moreover E05 186: A if B yet C unless D nevertheless E05 187: A supplied B given C supported D offered E05 188: A In brief B Generally speaking C In a word D To cut a long short story Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page16 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 189: A another B other C others D the others E05 190: A problem B difficulty C trouble D obstacle Paragraph 20: Like the body, the memory improves with use (1) _ the body, the memory improves with age For many years, doctors have been studying the way the brain (2) _ We all know that the brain has two sides, the left and the right side The right side controls the senses (seeing, hearing, feeling, tasting and smelling), and is the creative and imaginative side The (3) _ of the brain controls our logical thinking It processes the information which comes in and put in into order We call the left side “educated” side of the brain and generally In Western societies, people have developed this side of the brain more than the right side Scientists (4) _ that our brain will work much more efficiently if both of the right side and left side are developed equally In many schools today, teachers try to educate the children in such a (5) _that both sides of the brain are used This can be done with logical subjects, (6) _ mathematics and science as well as with creative (7) _ such as art and literature The results (8) _ by students who are educated in a more traditional way Traditional teaching (9) _ to exercise the left side of the brain without paying much attention to the development of the right side Only many different interests in life (10) _ the brain able to achieve the full development of both sides E05 191: A As B Unlike C Not like D Differ E05 192: A works B does C perform D operates E05 193: A other side B another side C left side D the other side E05 194: A believe B aware C know D hope E05 195: A way B route C manner D measure E05 196: A composing B containing C including D consisting E05 197: A subjects B objects C targets D purposes E05 198: A obtained B achieved C gained D won E05 199: A tendency B tends C trend D fashion E05 200: A let B help C force D make Paragraph 21: Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page17 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh According to the magazine I have read recently, we (1) _ live in an age of increasing leisure Not only are more and more people reaching retirement age with their taste of enjoyment and even adventure relatively (2) _ but the working week is becoming shorter and the opportunities for leisure are becoming greater and greater all the time Not to mention the fact that people (3) _ to spend less time travelling to work or may even be working from home What I can’t understand, however, is who these people are As far as I can (4) _ the whole thing is another one of (5) _ journalistic fictions I admit that there are a lot of retired people (6) _ but I am not sure that all of them are dashing about learning hang- gliding or sailing single- handed (7) _ the world My own parents seem to (8) _ most of their time gazing at the television And as for the shorter working week, I wish someone (9) _ remind my company about it I seem to be working longer and longer hour all the time The little leisure time I have is eaten into by sitting in the traffic jams or waiting for trains to (10) _ up at rain-swept platforms I haven’t notices any dramatic improvements in my lifestyle either, but perhaps I just have to wait until I get my pension E05 201: A presently B at the moment C now D at this time E05 202: A present B survived C free D intact E05 203: A use B tend C have D demand E05 204: A concern B imagine C expect D tell E05 205: A the B those C these D some E05 206: A in our days B in these times C nowadays D now and again E05 207: A round B over C through D into E05 208: A spend B save C use D have E05 209: A would B to C had D might E05 210: A keep B line C show D set Paragraph 22: What is money? The pound, the dollar or the franc are actually just like a gram or a kilometer The difference is that you can exchange money for something (1) _ A five pound note may buy a book, a huge bag of sweets, or a (2) _ of cinema tickets But the note itself is only a printed (3) _ of paper which costs almost nothing to make Thousands of years (4) _, people didn’t have money as we know(5) _ There were no banks (6) _ even shops In those days, Mr Green, the farmer, exchanged the corn he (7) _ grown for Mr Hive’s honey This was an exchange arranged between two (8) _, each of Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page18 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh whom had something that the other wanted But in time, most societies invented their own “currencies” (9) _ that people could exchange more The different currencies began to join together , which is why (10) _ everyone uses a national currency E05 211: A other B else C another D apart E05 212: A couple B double C few D several E05 213: A slice B apart C piece D side E05 214: A since B past C before D ago E05 215: A them B it C some D that E05 216: A but B and C neither D or E05 217: A had B was C did D has E05 218: A jobs B things C goods D people E05 219: A by B for C so D because E05 220: A today B tomorrow C recently D soon Paragraph 23: There has been a revolution in the world of newspapers Not many years (1) _, newspapers were still being produced using techniques unchanged for (2) _ hundred years The journalists gave their stories to a typist, who prepared them for an editor, who passed them in (3) _ the printer The printer, who was a (4) _ skilled man, set up the type (5) _ was then collected to make the pages When the pages were complete, the printing machines could be (6) _ Nowadays what (7) _? The journalists type their stories into a computer The (8) _ checks their spelling, plans the page, shapes and articles When the pages are ready, another computer may control the printing (9) _ can be no doubt about it, producing a newspaper is an entirely different (10) _ now E05 221: A before B after C ago D yet E05 222: A a B some C an D over E05 223: A to B by C through D with Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page19 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 224: A hardly B mostly C partly D very E05 225: A They B Which C This D All E05 226: A moved B stopped C started D switched E05 227: A gives B occurs C goes D happens E05 228: A printer B typist C editor D computer E05 229: A It B There C You D We E05 230: A skill B work C management D business Paragraph 24: Throughout history, women have had responsibility for healing the sick However, it is only in (1) _ recent time that they have been allowed to train as doctors at (2) _ schools in Britain Yet in that short time, they have made an enormous (3) _ to modern medicine The first female doctors were priestesses who gave (4) _about diseases and (5) _ prepared medicines In ancient Roma, women healers were considered (6) _ and respected In Britain, for centuries male doctors are (7) _ of women who practiced medicine (8) _ and in 1512 a law was passed making it (9) _for them to so Women couldn’t study medicine at universities until the 19th century and they only began to gain (10) _with the make doctors in the 20th centuries E05 231: A comparison B comparatively C comparative D compared E05 232: A medic B medical C medicine D medication E05 233: A contribution B contributor C contributive D contributory E05 234: A advise B advice C adviser D advisability E05 235: A injuries B injury C injured D injurers E05 236: A unskilled B skilled C skilless D skills E05 237: A suspicious B suspicion C unsuspicious D suspiciously E05 238: A professor B professionally C professional D professorial E05 239: A illegal B legal C legality D legalist Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page20 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 240: A equality B equalizer C inequality D unequality Paragraph 25: There can’t be many people who are (1) _ of e- mail, even if they have never actually sent one Although there are some (2) _ between e-mail and letters, there are also many differences The first is that e-mail is delivered (3) _ so it can be a very (4) _ means of communication when speed is important This speed means that e- mail is more (5) _ for communicating over large distances Another difference is that email tends to be (6) _ informal People are much more likely to use language which they would consider (7) _ for a formal letter Words spelled (8) _ in an e- mail are less likely to be checked than in a letter One explanation for this is that an e- mail seems to be less permanent than something (9) _ on paper We can be sure that the future development of e- mail will have all kinds of (10) _ effects on the way we communicate E05 241: A aware B unaware C awareness D unawareness E05 242: A similar B similarity C similarities D dissimilar E05 243: A instant B instance C instantly D instances E05 244: A effect B effecting C effective D affected E05 245: A practice B practiced C practical D impractical E05 246: A relatively B related C relating D relative E05 247: A suited B suitable C unsuitable D suitably E05 248: A correct B incorrect C correctly D incorrectly E05 249: A written B writing C to write D being written E05 250: A expected B unexpected C expecting D unexpectedly Paragraph 26: Have you ever noticed advertisements which (1) _ “Learning foreign language in weeks, or your money back? From the first day your pronunciation will be excellent… Just send…” and (2) _ Of course, it never happens quite like that The only language that is easy to learn is one’s mother tongue And think how much practice that gets! Before the Second World War, people usually learned a language in order to read the literature of the country Now, (3) _a foreign language is what most people want Every year millions of people start learning one How they (4) _ it? Some people try at home, with books and Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page21 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh records of tapes; some use the radio or TV programmes; some use computers and networks; (5) _ go to evening or part- time classes If they use the language only two or three times, it is like learning a language at school A few people try to learn a language fast by studying (6) _ six or more hours a day It is clearly easier to learn the language in the country (7) _ it is spoken However, most people cannot (8) _this and for many it is not necessary They need the language in order to their work better For example, scientists and doctors chiefly need to be able to read books and reports in the foreign language (9) _ the language is learnt slowly or quickly, it is really hard work Machines and good books will help, but they cannot (10) _ the students’ work with him E05 251: A tell B say C inform D indicate E05 252: A so on B so and so C so long as D so- so E05 253: A speaking B reading C listening D understanding E05 254: A learn B practice C D use E05 255: A the others B some others C others D another E05 256: A over B for C in D within E05 257: A that B in where C where D which E05 258: A suffer B bargain C pay D afford E05 259: A if B whether C unless D however E05 260: A make B perform C D carry out Paragraph 27: With increasing development and (1) _ of computer technology, there is a new disease to (2) _ about Computer “viruses” programme (3) _to sabotage computers, are infecting in corporations, homes and universities These viruses (4) _ exponentially, much (5) _ biological contagion, and then interrupt the effected system When the virus secretly attaches itself (6) _ files the damage is generally activated by using the computer’s lock Then any programs executed many be exposed to the virus including programme spread (7) _ telephone connections (8) _ the increasing incidents of virus infiltration, business and agencies are becoming wary of sharing (9) _ Security policies need to be increased as immunity programmes (10) _ E05 261: A transference Hotline: 0964.945.647 B use C application D alteration Page22 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 262: A mention B speak C worry D anxious E05 263: A made B designed C formed D modernized E05 264: A transfer B interfere C infectious D spread E05 265: A alike B liking C unlike D like E05 266: A to alter B to destroy C to damage D eradicate E05 267: A on B over C through D by E05 268: A Since B For C Because D Because of E05 269: A software B hardware C disk D device E05 270: A developed B being developed C are being developed D developed Paragraph 28: There are two types of twins: identical and non- identical twins Identical twins are (1) _ from a single egg in the mother’s body which divides to form two separate babies Identical twins look the same, and are often difficult to (2) _ identical twins from each other, even when they are standing (3) _ Nonidentical twins come into (4) _ when the mother produces two separate eggs at the same time, both of (5) _ grow to form babies In this case, the twins look like normal brothers and sisters are easy to tell from one to the other In the 1970s and 1980s a scientist (6) _ some research into twins in the USA He invited many pairs of identical twins to university and asked them to take part in a week of tests He was particularly interested in adopted twins who had been separated (7) _ birth He would give the twins different kinds of (8) _ to study their speed of thinking, their speech, their memory, the ways they saw and heard different things and so on Time and (9) _ he found separated twins who preferred clothes of the same colour, (10) _ used the same kind of shaving soap, wore the same shaped square glasses and the same colored socks E05 271: A born B formed C made D constitute E05 272: A say B tell C differ D distinguish E05 273: A close B side by side C beside D near E05 274: A world B being C the earth D that world E05 275: A these B which C whom D them Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page23 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 276: A made B carried out C did D exercised E05 277: A at B from C of D out of E05 278: A tests B exams C researches D experiments E05 279: A past B distance C again D time E05 280: A altogether B all together C each other D together Paragraph 29: Speech is one of the most important (1) _ of communicating It consists of far more than just making noises To talk and to also (2) _ by other people, we have to speak a language, that is we have to use combination of (3) _ that everyone agrees to stand for a particular object or idea Communication would be impossible if everyone made up their own language Learning a language properly is very (4) _ The basic (5) _ of English is not very large and not only about 2000 words are needed to speak it quite (6) _ But the more ideas you can (7) _ the more precise you can be about their exact meaning Words are the (8) _thing we use in communicating what we want to say The way we (9) _ the words is also very important Our tone of voice can express many emotions and (10) _ whether we are pleased or angry, for instance E05 281: A ways B reason C rules D tests E05 282: A be spoken B be examined C be talked D be understood E05 283: A sounds B languages C systems D talks E05 284: A important B expensive C simple D easy E05 285: A word B vocabulary C structure D grammar E05 286: A perfect B well C fluent D good E05 287: A grow B need C pass D express E05 288: A most B main C certain D full E05 289: A send B talk C say D pass E05 290: A ask B understand C know D show Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page24 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh Paragraph 30: THE LANGUAGE OF CLOTHES We don’t only choose clothes to make us look (1) _, we also use them to tell the world (2) _ our personality The clothes we wear and our (3) _ as a whole give other people useful information about what we think and (4) _we feel If we feel cheerful, we usually wear (5) _ clothes and if we feel (6) _ we sometimes put on dark clothes But why teenagers wear black so (7) _ ? Is it because they feel miserable all (8) ? This is unlikely to be the case It is probably just because it is (9) _ to wear black, and young people they are real fans of (10) _ E05 291: A attract B attractive C attractively D attraction E05 292: A about B by C with D of E05 293: A appear B appearance C appeared D appearing E05 294: A when B how C what D which E05 295: A colorful B colors C colorfully D colorless E05 296: A depresses B depressed C depressing D depression E05 297: A frequent B frequency C frequently D infrequent E05 298: A the time B the day C the week D the month E05 299: A fashion B fashionable C fashioner D fashioned E05 300: A fashion B fashionably C fashioner D fashioned The end Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page25 [...]...Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 113: A overturning B overthrowing C overcoming D overtaking E05 114: A inequality B unfairness C disproportion D inconsistency E05 115: A punished B charged C condemned D accused... repair B renewal C restoration D revival E05 124: A grew B had C possessed D owned E05 125: A from B out of C in D through E05 126: A since B at C in D for Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page11 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 127: A shows B displays C appears D occurs E05 128: A but B over C around D there E05 129: A from B of C with D on E05 130: A including B such as C for example D particularly Paragraph... B bad C devil D practical E05 139: A handle B deal C behave D treat E05 140: A damage B destroy C spoil D worse Paragraph 15: INFLUENCES OF TELEVISION Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page12 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh Television has changed the lifestyle of people in every industrialized country in the world In the United State, where sociologists have studied the effects, some interesting observations... interested E05 148: A reflecting B innovating C attracting D entertaining E05 149: A extent B amount C degree D size E05 150: A total B full C entire D complete Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page13 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh Paragraph 16: EXAMS OR CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT? How do you feel when you (1) _ an exam? Do you always (2) _in getting all your ideas down on paper, or do you sometimes feel that you’re... continents One belt runs along the western coast of South America (6) _ the western part of the United States Other volcanoes are found (7) _ ocean basins Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page14 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh About (8) _ of all active volcanoes in the world are in the Pacific Ocean Many of these volcanoes erupt(9) _ water The Hawaiian Islands were built by volcanoes that (10) _ erupting under... anxious B anxiously C anxious lines D anxiety E05 173: A enjoyment B enjoying C enjoyable D being enjoyed E05 174: A powers B powerless C powerful D power Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page15 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 175: A achieve B achieving C achieves D achievement E05 176: A introduce B introduction C introducer D introductory E05 177: A adding B additional C additive D addition E05 178:... unless D nevertheless E05 187: A supplied B given C supported D offered E05 188: A In brief B Generally speaking C In a word D To cut a long short story Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page16 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 189: A another B other C others D the others E05 190: A problem B difficulty C trouble D obstacle Paragraph 20: Like the body, the memory improves with use (1) _ the body, the memory... purposes E05 198: A obtained B achieved C gained D won E05 199: A tendency B tends C trend D fashion E05 200: A let B help C force D make Paragraph 21: Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page17 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh According to the magazine I have read recently, we (1) _ live in an age of increasing leisure Not only are more and more people reaching retirement age with their taste of enjoyment... shops In those days, Mr Green, the farmer, exchanged the corn he (7) _ grown for Mr Hive’s honey This was an exchange arranged between two (8) _, each of Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page18 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh whom had something that the other wanted But in time, most societies invented their own “currencies” (9) _ that people could exchange more The different currencies began to join together... newspaper is an entirely different (10) _ now E05 221: A before B after C ago D yet E05 222: A a B some C an D over E05 223: A to B by C through D with Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page19 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 224: A hardly B mostly C partly D very E05 225: A They B Which C This D All E05 226: A moved B stopped C started D switched E05 227: A gives B occurs C goes D happens E05 228: A ...Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh E05 009: A grows B rises C stretches D explodes E05 010: A only B always C regularly... persuaded D tempted E05 020: A for B from C with D of Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page2 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh Paragraph 3: The ideal breakfast, (1) _ scientists, is a glass of orange juice,... clear enough for divers to go down into the well Hotline: 0964.945.647 Page3 Khóa Luyện Giải Bài Tập Môn T iếng Anh When they got down to work they began to (7) _ various objects at the bottom
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