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A. PHẦN TRẮC NGHIỆM ( 8 ĐIỂM) (Tô vào phiếu trả lời trắc nghiệm)
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
Question 1: He was not a good father. He neglected his children.
A. punished B. blamed C. took care of D. disregarded
Question 2: She is a very kind-hearted, quiet woman.
A. loud B. talkative C. many-mouthed D. noisy
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 3: Up to now, _______ space exploring still remains _______ very risky, complex, and expensive endeavor.
A. X / a B. the / the C. a / X D. a / the
Question 4: Allan: "Do you mind if I use your dictionary?" Nick: "_______."
A. Without doubt B. No, feel free C. I'm afraid not D. Straight ahead
Question 5: The higher one rises in the atmosphere, ______ the temperature generally becomes.
A. colder than B. the colder than C. the colder D. is colder
Question 6: I _____ the sales manager now if I _____ such a terrible mistake.
A. would have been/ had not made B. would be / didn't make
C. would be / had not made D. will be/ haven't made
Question 7: With the help of modern devices, those who suffer hearing or vision ____ find life easier.
A. disadvantage B. impairment C. inconvenience D. deficiency
Question 8: We should study hard ___________ our parents can be proud of us.
A. in order that B. in order to C. as that D. so as to
Question 9: ______ humans, toads have tongues fastened at the front of their mouths, which allow them to catch insects.
A. Unlike B. Except for C. Dislike D. Not the same
Question 10: It was not until she arrived at school ______ realized she had forgotten her book.
A. did she B. and she C. when she D. that she
Question 11: Jane: What about going out for a walk after supper?
Jimmy: _____. Walking after meals is good for health.
A. I couldn't agree more B. I believe not
C. I don't think so D. I'm afraid not
Question 12: M. Jackson, ______ combined powerful vitality with great dignity, was one of the best known gospel singers in the United States.
A. which songs B. who sang C. whose singing D. it was her singing
Question 13: ______ 1772, Maryland's state capitol is still in use and is one of the most attractive public buildings in the United States.
A. Built on B. It was built on C. Built in D. Building in
Question 14: Concert dates are not guaranteed and are subject to changes, modifications, or ______
A. cancellation B. cancels C. cancel D. cancelled
Question 15: My education has given me a ______ view of life.
A. far B. wide C. large D. broad
Question 16: I'm sorry, but I've got ______ much work to do to come to the beach today.
A. such B. enough C. too D. so
Question 17: Written to be performed on _______, Wilder's play OUR TOWN depicts the life in a New England community.
A. scenery bare of stage B. stage scenery of bare
C. stage bare of scenery D. bare of stage scenery
Question 18: The workers decided to ______ until their demands were met.
A. sit in B. lie behind C. sleep out D. stand up
Question 19: Color and light, taken together, _____ the aesthetic impact of the interior of a building.
A. influence powerfully very B. very influence powerfully
C. powerfully very influence D. very powerfully influence
Question 20: Many plant and animal species are now in _________ of extinction.
A. danger B. margin C. verge D. border
Question 21: You _________ to your teacher like that. It was very rude.
A. wouldn't have talked B. must have talked
C. needn't have talked D. shouldn't have talked
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 22: Although population and sedentary living were increasing at the time, there is little evidence that people lacked adequate food resources.
A. dependable B. sufficient C. varied D. healthful
Question 23: It has been suggested that some early cultivation was for medicinal and ceremonial plants rather than for food.
A. in addition to B. such as C. instead of D. as a replacement
Question 24: When preparing a diet, a person should be aware that vitamin D acts to increase the amount of calcium absorbed by the body.
A. study of longevity B. schedule of exercise
C. nutritional plan D. medicinal chart
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 25: The wave lengths of ultraviolet light are shorter than that of visible light but longer than those of X-rays.
A B C D
Question 26: Cameras of one type or another have been using for more than a hundred years.
A B C D
Question 27: The main rotor and tail rotor of a helicopter make the same job as the wings, propellers,
A B C D
and rubber of an airplane.
Question 28: In addition to oil refining and international banking, Panama is also known for growing
A B C
bananas, pineapples, and sugar.
Question 29: Willa Cather is known for My Antonia and another novels of the American frontier.
A B C D
Read the following passage, and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase for each of the blanks.
The role of translation enabling literature to pass beyond its natural frontiers is receiving growing recognition. In view of the general increase in this (30) _____, it is not surprising that many people with literary interests and a knowledge of languages should think of adopting translating as a full-or part-time (31) _____. Some advice may usefully be given to such would-be translators.
The first difficulty the beginner will (32) _____ is the unwillingness of publishers to entrust a translator to anyone who has not already (33) _____ a reputation for sound work. The least publishers will (34) _____ before commissioning a translator is a fairly lengthy specimen of the applicant's work, even if unpublished. Perhaps the best way the would-be translator can begin is to select some books of the type (35) _____ he or she feels competent and eager to translate, translate a (36) _____ section of the book and then submit the book and the translation to a suitable publisher. If he or she is extremely lucky, this may result in a commission to translate the book. More probably, however, publishers will (37) _____ the book as such but if they are favorably (38) _____ by the translation, they may very possibly commission some other books of a (39) _____ nature which they already have in mind.
Question 30: A. field B. category C. class D. group
Question 31: A. occupation B. employment C. line D. work
Question 32: A. reveal B. encounter C. involve D. introduce
Question 33: A. formed B. set C. found D. established
Question 34: A. direct B. instruct C. oblige D. demand
Question 35: A. which B. where C. when D. whose
Question 36: A. plentiful B. large C. grand D. substantial
Question 37: A. reject B. exclude C. disapprove D. object
Question 38: A. affected B. convinced C. taken D. impressed
Question 39: A. joint B. same C. common D. similar
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 following questions.
The custom of paying a bride price before marriage is still a well-established part of many African cultures. In paying a bride price, the family of the groom must provide payment to the family of the bride before the marriage is allowed. The bride price can vary greatly from culture to culture in Africa. In the Zulu and Swazi tribes of southern Africa, the bride price often takes the form of cattle. In Western African, kola nuts, shells, and other goods are often used for the payment of the bride price. The actual payment of money sometimes takes place, but the payment of goods is more frequent. The amount of paid in a bride price can also vary. In modern times, the bride price is occasionally quite small and its value is mainly symbolic. However, the bride price can still be quite high, especially among prominent or highly traditional families.
There are a number of justifications used to explain the payment of bride price. The first is that the bride price represents an acknowledgement of the expense the bride's family has gone in order to raise her and bring her up as a suitable bride for the groom. It also represents payment for the loss of a family member, since the bride will officially become a member of her husband's family and will leave her own. On a deeper level the bride price represents payment for the fact that the bride will bring children into the family of the groom, thereby increasing the wealth of the family. This concept is reinforced by the fact that the bride price must often be returned if the bride fails to bear children.
The payment of the bride price has quite a number of effects on African society. First, the payment of bride price acts to increase the stability of African family structures. Sons are dependent on their fathers and older relatives to help them pay the bride price of their wives, and this generally leads to greater levels of obedience and respect. The negotiations between the two families concerning the bride price allow the parents and other family members to meet and get to know one another before the marriage. Finally, since the bride price must often be repaid in case of divorce, the bride's family often works to make sure that any marital problems are solved quickly. Bride prices also work as a system of wealth distribution in African cultures. Wealthier families can afford to support the marriage of their son, and thus their wealth is transferred to other families.
Question 40: Based on the information in paragraph 1, the term bride price can best be explained as _______.
A. the costs associated with a traditional wedding
B. the payment of money to a newly married couple
C. money paid to a woman's family for permission to marry
D. a purely symbolic wedding practice
Question 41: According to paragraph 1, all of the following are true of the bride price EXCEPT ______.
A. its amount and form can vary
B. it is a relatively new practice in Africa
C. its practice is occasionally only symbolic
D. it is generally higher among traditional families
Question 42: Why does the author mention the payment of money?
A. To illustrate how the practice of bride price has changed over time.
B. To demonstrate how expensive a bride price can be sometimes.
C. To demonstrate the differences in how rich and poor families pay the bride price.
D. To stress that the use of goods in the payment of bride price is most common.
Question 43: The word "prominent" in the passage is closest in meaning to _______.
A. conservative B. important C. religious D. educated
Question 44: The phrase "The first" in the passage refers to the first _________.
A. payment B. bride price C. justification D. marriage
Question 45: It can be inferred from the paragraph 2 that African families ________.
A. place great importance on childbirth B. never see their daughters after marriage
C. pay the bride price on the day of the wedding D. place more value on men than women
Question 46: Which of the sentences below best expresses the essential information in the underlined sentence in the passage?
A. obedient and respectful sons can rely on their fathers and elder to help them pay the bride price of their wives
B. sons are dependent on their fathers and elders, and this makes them more obedient and respectful
C. sons respect the fact that their fathers and elders will help them pay the bride price of their wives
D. young men must obey their father and elders because they need their help to pay the bride price of the their wives
Question 47: The author uses the word "marital" to indicate that the problems are related to ________.
A. money B. laws C. pregnancy D. marriage
Question 48: According to paragraph 3, the initial negotiations over the bride price help ensure the stability of the family because _________.
A. they make the distribution of wealth more equal
B. they lessen the chances for divorces
C. they provide an opportunity for the families to meet each other
D. they ensure that the groom's family has the money to pay the bride price
Question 49: The paragraph following the passage most probably discusses __________.
A. the advantage to the system of pride price B. the negative effects of bride price
C. the burden of raising the children alone D. a significant gap between husbands and wives