Đề thi tiếng anh đề MOCK TEST 1

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MOCK TEST 2016 Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions The Alaska pipeline starts at the frozen edge of the Arctic Ocean It stretches southward across the largest and northernmost state in the United States, ending at a remote ice-free seaport village nearly 800 miles from where it begins It is massive in size and extremely complicated to operate The steel pipe crosses windswept plains and endless miles of delicate tundra that tops the frozen ground It weaves through crooked canyons, climbs sheer mountains, plunges over rocky crags, makes its way through thick forests, and passes over or under hundreds of rivers and streams The pipe is feet in diameter, and up to million barrels (or 84 million gallons) of crude oil can be pumped through it daily Resting on H-shaped steel racks called "bents," long sections of the pipeline follow a zigzag course high above the frozen earth Other long sections drop out of sight beneath spongy or rocky ground and return to the surface later on The pattern of the pipeline's up-and-down route is determined by the often harsh demands of the arctic and subarctic climate, the tortuous lay of the land, and the varied compositions of soil, rock, or permafrost (permanently frozen ground) A little more than half of the pipeline is elevated above the ground The remainder is buried anywhere from to 12 feet, depending largely upon the type of terrain and the properties of the soil One of the largest in the world, the pipeline cost approximately $8 billion and is by far the biggest and most expensive construction project ever undertaken by private industry In fact, no single business could raise that much money, so eight major oil companies formed a consortium in order to share the costs Each company controlled oil rights to particular shares of land in the oil fields and paid into the pipeline-construction fund according to the size of its holdings Today, despite enormous problems of climate, supply shortages, equipment breakdowns, labor disagreements, treacherous terrain, a certain amount of mismanagement, and even theft, the Alaska pipeline has been completed and is operating 1.The passage primarily discusses the pipeline's A: employees B: operating costs C: consumers D: construction 2.The word "it" in bold refers to A: state B: pipeline C: village D: ocean 3.According to the passage, 84 million gallons of oil can travel through the pipeline each A: year B: week C: day D: month 4.The phrase "Resting on" in bold is closest in meaning to A: Consisting of B: Supported by C: Passing under D: Protected with 5.The author mentions all of the following as important in determining the pipeline's route EXCEPT the A: local vegetation B: climate C: kind of soil and rock D: lay of the land itself 6.The word "undertaken" in bold is closest in meaning to A: selected B: transported C: attempted D: removed 7.How many companies shared the costs of constructing the pipeline? A: Four B: Twelve C: Eight D: Three 8.The word "particular" in bold is closest in meaning to A: specific B: exceptional C: peculiar D: equal 9.Which of the following determined what percentage of the construction costs each member of the consortium would pay? A: How many people worked for each company B: How long each company had owned land in the oil fields C: How much oil field land each company owned D: How many oil wells were located on the company's land 10.Which word in the passage does the author provide as a term for an earth covering that always remains frozen? A: tundra B: terrain C: permafrost D: plain Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions 11.The house is much cheaper than we at first A: had thought B: were thinking C: thought D: think 12.We couldn’t buy anything because of the shops were open A: none B: all C: half D: most 13.I don’t think he was present the meeting yesterday A: in B: at C: about D: on 14.Who wrote Pride and Prejudice ? A: the English was writer who B: was the writer English who C: was the English writer who D: the English writer who was 15.I am the last one of the news A: informing B: to be informed C: inform D: to inform 16.Not until the first land plants developed A: the land animals appeared B: did land animals appear C: land animals appeared D: would land animals appear 17.For , it is certain that in the future some things will be very different A: the good or the bad B: the better or the worse C: better or worse D: good or bad 18.It is necessary that every student a uniform A: wears B: be worn C: has worn D: wear 19.Do you know a nearby restaurant has good food? A: that B: whose C: who D: where 20.Many young people have objected to marriage, which is decided by the parents of the bride and groom A: shared B: contractual C: sacrificed D: agreed 21.Most of us would maintain that physical does not play a major part in how we react to the people we meet A: attractive B: attractiveness C: attract D: attractively 22.You him your map He has one of his own A: needn’t have lent B: couldn’t have lent C: mightn’t have lent D: mustn’t have lent 23.I know William has been disobedient, but don’t be too on him A: strong B: heavy C: strict weak D: hard 24.The blind child a great effort to learn “Braille ” A: got B: make C: created D: made 25.You have to to know how dangerous the situation is A: be in his shoes B: step into his shoes C: tie him hand and foot D: be on his case 26."What are Harris's new friends like?" " " A: We don't really know what they like We'd better ask them next time they are here B: They like heavy music, especially metal rock C: They are just fantastic, friendly and very polite D: They are tall and in their twenties 27.They are going to make excursion next month A: two weeks’ B: two-weeks C: a two-week D: two weeks a two-week's 28.Oil 80 percent of the country's export A: composes of B: accounts for C: results in D: consists of 29.A: "You look nervous! " B: "This thunder scares me to death." A: Come on B: Why's that? C: How are you? D: What's wrong? Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions 30.There was an abrupt change in the weather A: sudden B: extreme C: gradual D: strong 31.Ann: Mrs Vy looks as fresh as a daisy Brian: Yeah, everyone’s been calling her the picture of health A: in poor health B: dishonest C: extremely strong D: fit Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks Is Work Bad for you? Popular perception is that working (1) are now so over-regulated the only people likely to be injured at work are bosses, strangled by (2) tape But beware a hidden epidemic raging in British workplaces In this post-industrial age, when most jobs are in (3) industry, information technology and the service sector, we expect working life to be relatively comfortable and at the very (4) safe We don’t expect to be maimed, laid off for life or work ourselves into the ground (5) again In the UK there are still 1.6 million workplace injuries every year as well as 2.2 million cases of ill health caused by work Some of these injuries wouldn’t have been out of place in Charles Dickens’ England Last year 350 people died as a result of building (6) accidents, a large increase on previous years But some of the worst dangers are the hidden ones 400,000 cases of asthma are caused by working conditions, (7) to high levels of dust or traffic pollution, and asbestos still kills over 4,000 people a year There are no (8) at present requiring owners to record the (9) of asbestos, meaning that builders and firefighters have no way of anticipating the problem However, a non-profit organization has taken up the issue with a new database (10) in conjunction with the Trades Union Congress 32.A: conditions B: sites C: habits D: plights 33A: white B: green C: black D: red 34.A: heavy B: mild C: strong D: light 35.A: most B: least C: few D: furthest 36.A: Dwell B: Comment C: Remark D: Think 37.A: site B: place C: space D: location 38.A: expansion B: detection C: exposure D: expression 39.A: prosecutions B: principles C: methods D: regulations 40.A: company B: attendance C: presence D: residence 41.A: propelled B: terminated C: launched D: embarked Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions 42.Draft horses are the tallest, most powerful and heavy group of horses 43.Working all night long Jim felt extreme hungry and just wanted to have a sandwich 44.They had a discussion about training not only the new employees but also giving them some challenges 45.Twenty pounds are a bit too expensive for this pair of pants because my friend bought a similar pair for fifteen pounds last week from a shop in the corner 46.Some studies show that young babies prefer the smell of milk to those of other liquids Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions 47.A: rough B: tough C: plough D: enough 48.A: probably 10 B: special C: program D: psychology Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions 49.A: attendance B: horrible C: element D: company 50.A: intelligent B: impossible C: independent D: experience 51.A: illustrate B: cigarette C: disappoint D: understand Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions 52.It will take more or less a month to prepare for the wedding 11 A: approximately B: more than C: generally D: simply 53.This is the instance where big, obvious non-verbal signals are appropriate A: situation B: example place C: attention D: phenomenon matter 54.Although Valentine’s Day has become a global industry with more than 80 million roses sold worldwide, the origins of the day are unclear and hidden in the mists of time A: a long time ago forever B: magical mysterious C: unforgettable D: too old for anyone to confirm Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions Music is a very important part of our lives Music is for dancing, drinking, eating, loving and thinking Some songs remind us of our childhood or youth Others remind us of the people we love Many important occasions, like weddings and funerals have special music Every nation has a national song like the American “The Star – Spangled Banner” In the U.S , high schools and colleges have school songs, too Music is a part of the history of America It expresses the problems and feelings of its people As the years pass, the music grows and changes Modern science has also changed music Inventions like records, radio, movies, electric instruments, tape recorders and video have changed the way we play and listen to music They have helped to make music an 12 important form of international communication American music, from the earliest folk songs to modern “ pop ”, is known around the world Music is one of America’s most important exports It brings the people of the world together Even when people cannot understand the same language, they can share the same music Understanding American music can help you understand American people, their history and culture 55.What is true about “The Star – Spangled Banner”? A: It’s the U.S national song B: It’s one American song C: It’s liked by every nation D: It reminds us of people we love 56.According to the passage, music is changed thanks to the invention of the following EXCEPT: A: International communication B: Videos C: Electric instruments D: Tape recorders 57.The word “exports” in the last paragraph is nearest in meaning to: A: things that can be sold B: things that can be enjoyed C : things that can be changed D: things that can be bought 58.What is the earliest form of music in America? A: School music B: Folk music C: Pop music D: National music 59.What can be the title for this article? A: The future of American music B: The development of American music C: An introduction to American music D: The history of American music 60.According to the passage, which of the following statement is NOT true of music of America? A: It is known around the world B: It only expresses the problems of the nation C: It contributes to the country’s exports D: It has experienced changes 61.The word “form” in the passage can be best replaced by A: path B: mean C: route D: sort 62.The phrase “As the years pass” could be best replaced by which of the following? A: For a long time B: Nowadays C: As time goes by D: Because time flies 63.Which of the following have helped music become an important form of international communication? 13 A: Important occasions B: American history C: Modern science D: Language 14 64.Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? A: The more one understands American music, the deeper his knowledge of the American people is B: If two people share the same music, they share the same language C: Pop music is not as popular as folk songs in America D: An understanding of a nation’s music will certainly lead to a thorough understanding of that country Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence printed before it Question 1: “I don’t think John will come”, said Bill Bill doubted if Question 2: We started cooking for the party four hours ago We have _ Question 3: It’s such a marvelous opportunity that we mustn’t miss it It’s too _ Question 4: Most of the students ignored what the teacher was saying Few Question 5: The students regretted that they had missed the lecture The students regretted not In about 140 words, write a paragraph about the roles of women in modern families Write yourparagraph on your answer sheet - Traditional roles: being a wife; being a mother Morden roles: responsible for finance, work and share burden with husband; contribute to country’s economy ... correct answer to each of the following questions 11 .The house is much cheaper than we at first A: had thought B: were thinking C: thought D: think 12 .We couldn’t buy anything because of... of the shops were open A: none B: all C: half D: most 13 .I don’t think he was present the meeting yesterday A: in B: at C: about D: on 14 .Who wrote Pride and Prejudice ? A: the English... English writer who D: the English writer who was 15 .I am the last one of the news A: informing B: to be informed C: inform D: to inform 16 .Not until the first land plants developed
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