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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. in
each of the following questions.
1. One of the longest wars in history were the Hundred Year War, fought between England and France
A
B
C
in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
D
2. Thanks to new techniques, canning goods now have a much longer shelf life.
A
B
C
D
3. Students suppose to read all the questions carefully and find out the answers to them.
A
B
C
D
4. According to Mehrabian in1971, only 7% of the information we communicate to others depends
A
B
C
upon the words saying; 93% of that depends on nonverbal communication.
D
5. Our understanding and use of non-verbal cues in facial expressions and gestures are familiar to us
A
B
C
nearly in birth.
D
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is
pronounced differently from that of the rest ones in each of the following questions.
6. A. merchant
B. sergeant
C. commercial
D. term
7. A. obstacle
B. obscure
C. obsession
D. oblivious
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the
position of the main stress in each of the following questions.
8. A. environmental
B. conservatively
C. approximately
D. considerable
9. A. respectable
B. affectionate
C. occasional
D. kindergarten
10. A. forgettable
B. philosophy
C. humanism
D. objectively
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.
As the twentieth century began, the importance of formal education in the United States increased.
The frontier had mostly disappeared and by 1910 most Americans lived in towns and cities. Industrialization
and the bureaucratization of economic life combined with a new emphasis upon credentials and expertise to
make schooling increasingly important for economic and social mobility. Increasingly, too, schools were
viewed as the most important means of integrating immigrants into American society.
The arrival of a great wave of southern and eastern European immigrants at the turn of the
century coincided with and contributed to an enormous expansion of formal schooling. By 1920 schooling
to age fourteen or beyond was compulsory in most states, and the school year was greatly lengthened.
Kindergartens, vacation schools, extracurricular activities, and vocational education and counseling
extended the influence of public schools over the lives of students, many of whom in the larger industrial
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cities were the children of immigrants. Classes for adult immigrants were sponsored by public schools,
corporations, unions, churches, settlement houses, and other agencies.
Reformers early in the twentieth century suggested that education programs should suit the needs of
specific populations. Immigrant women were once such population. Schools tried to educate young women
so they could occupy productive places in the urban industrial economy, and one place many educators
considered appropriate for women was the home.
Although looking after the house and family was familiar to immigrant women, American education
gave homemaking a new definition. In preindustrial economies, homemaking had meant the production as
well as the consumption of goods, and it commonly included income-producing activities both inside and
outside the home, in the highly industrialized early-twentieth-century United States, however,
overproduction rather than scarcity was becoming a problem. Thus, the ideal American homemaker was
viewed as a consumer rather than a producer. Schools trained women to be consumer homemakers cooking,
shopping, decorating, and caring for children "efficiently" in their own homes, or if economic necessity
demanded, as employees in the homes of others. Subsequent reforms have made these notions seem quite
out-of-date.
11. The paragraph preceding the passage probably discusses _____.
A. the industrialization and the bureaucratization of economic life the United States in the nineteen
century.
B. the formal schooling in the United States in the nineteen century.
C. the urbanization in the United States in the nineteen century.
D. the most important means of integrating immigrants into American society in the nineteen century.
12. It can be inferred from paragraph 1 that one important factor in the increasing importance of education
in the United States was _____.
A. the expanding economic problems of schools
B. the growing number of schools in frontier communities
C. an increase in the number of trained teachers
D. the increased urbanization of the entire country
13. The word "means" is closest in meaning to _____.
A. qualifications
B. method
C. advantages
D. probability
14. The phrase "coincided with" is closest in meaning to _____.
A. happened at the same time as
B. ensured the success of
C. was influenced by
D. began to grow rapidly
15. According to the passage, one important change in United States education by the 1920's was that
_____.
A. the amount of time spent on formal education was limited
B. new regulations were imposed on nontraditional education
C. adults and children studied in the same classes
D. most places required children to attend school
16. Vacation schools and extracurricular activities are mentioned to illustrate _____.
A. activities that competed to attract new immigrants to their programs.
B. alternatives to formal education provided by public schools
C. the importance of educational changes
D. the increased impact of public schools on students
17. According to the passage, early-twentieth century education reformers believed that _____.
A. special programs should be set up in frontier communities to modernize them
B. corporations and other organizations damaged educational progress
C. different groups needed different kinds of education
D. more women should be involved in education and industry
18. The word "it" in paragraph 4 refers to _____.
A. education
B. consumption
C. production
D. homemaking
19. Women were trained to be consumer homemakers as a result of _____.
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A. scarcity in the highly industrialized early-twentieth-century United States


B. economic necessity in the highly industrialized early-twentieth-century United States
C. income-producing activities in the highly industrialized early-twentieth-century United States
D. overproduction in the highly industrialized early-twentieth-century United States
20. Which paragraph mentions the importance of abilities and experience in formal schooling?
A. Paragraph 2
B. Paragraph 4
C. Paragraph 1
D. Paragraph 3
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to
each of the following questions.
21. The book costs $15.50 but I have only $14.50.
A. I have more than enough money to pay for the book.
B. The book costs a little more than I have with me.
C. I have just enough money to pay for the book.
D. I need a few more dollars to pay for the book.
22. If I hadnt had so much work to do, I would have gone to the movies.
A. I never go to the movies if I have work to do.
B. I would go to the movies when I had done so much work.
C. A lot of work couldnt prevent me from going to the movies.
D. Because I had to do so much work, I couldnt go to the movies.
23. My father couldnt stand Toms behavior.
A. My father found Toms behavior intolerant
B. My father was tolerant towards Toms behavior
C. My father found Toms behavior intolerable
D. Toms behavior was not tolerable
24. Cultures vary from country to country.
A. Cultures move from one country to another.
B. There are different cultures in one country
C. Culture differences are based on countries
D. Cultures are different in different countries.
25. They couldnt climb up the mountain because of the storm.
A. The storm made them impossible to climb up the mountain.
B. The storm discouraged them from climbing up the mountain.
C. Their climbing up the mountain was unable due to the storm.
D. The storm made it not capable of climbing up the mountain.
26. The demand was so great that they had to print the book immediately.
A. So great the demand was that they had to reprint the book immediately.
B . So great was the demand so they had to reprint the book immediately.
C. So great was the demand that they had to reprint the book immediately.
D. So great the demand was , they had to reprint the book immediately
27. If only you told me the truth about the theft.
A. You should have told me the truth about the theft .
B. Had you had told me the truth , there wouldnt have been the theft.
C. Only if you had told me the truth about the theft.
D. You only told me the truth if there was a theft.
28. May I have some chocolate, mum? said the boy.
A. The boy asked his mother to have some chocolate.
B. The boy begged his mother to have some chocolate.
C. The boy asked for some chocolate.
D. All are correct.
29. John asked Mary if it was the blue one or the green she wanted.
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A. Which one did she want, the blue or the green, Mary? asked John.
B. Which one did you want, the blue or the green? asked John.
C. Which one does Mary want , the green or the blue? asked John.
D. Which one do you want, the blue or the green, Mary? asked John.
30. The plants may develop differently. The plants live on that island. .
A. The plants live on that island may develop differently.
B. The plants that live on that island may develop differently.
C. The plants, which live on that island, may develop different.
D. The plants whose live on that island may develop differently
Read the following passage and blacken the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer to each of the question.
During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, almost nothing was written about the contribution
of women during the colonial period and the early history of the newly formed United States. Lacking the
right to vote and absent from the seats of power, women were not considered an important force in history.
Anne Bradstreet wrote some significant poetry in the seventeenth century, Mercy Otis Warren produced the
best contemporary history of the American Revolution, and Abigail Adams penned important letters
showing she exercised great political influence over her husband, John, the second President of the United
States. But little or no notice was taken of these contributions. During these centuries, women remained
invisible in history books.
Throughout the nineteenth century, this lack of visibility continued, despite the efforts of female
authors writing about women. These writers, like most of their male counterparts, were amateur historians.
Their writings were celebratory in nature, and they were uncritical in their selection and use of sources.
During the nineteenth century, however, certain feminists showed a keen sense of history by keeping
records of activities in which women were engaged. National, regional, and local womens organizations
compiled accounts of their doings. Personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, and souvenirs were saved
and stored. These sources form the core of the two greatest collections of womens history in the United
States one at the Elizabeth and Arthur Schlesinger Library at Radcliff College, and the other the Sophia
Smith Collection at Smith College. Such sources have provided valuable materials for later generations of
historians.
Despite the gathering of more information about ordinary women during the nineteenth century, most
of the writing about women conformed to the great women theory of history, just as much of mainstream
American history concentrated on great men. To demonstrate that women were making significant
contributions to American life, female authors singled out women leaders and wrote biographies, or else
important women produced their autobiographies. Most of these leaders were involved in public life as
reformers, activists working for womens right to vote, or authors, and were not representative at all of the
great mass of ordinary women. The lives of ordinary people continued, generally, to be untold in the
American histories being published.
31. What does the passage mainly discuss?
A. The role of literature in early American histories.
B. The place of American women in written histories.
C. The keen sense of history shown by American women.
D. The great women approach to history used by American historians.
32. The word contemporary in the passage is closest in meaning to_____.
A. past
B. temporary
C. written at that time
D. belonging to the present time
33. In the first paragraph, Bradstreet, Warren, and Adams are mentioned to show that_____.
A. a womans status was changed by marriage.
B. even the contributions of outstanding women were ignored.
C. only three women were able to get their writing published.
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D. poetry produced by women was more readily accepted than other writing by women.
34. The word celebratory in the passage means that the writings referred to were
A. related to parties
B. religious
C.
serious
D. full of praise
35. The word they in the passage refers to_____.
A. counterparts
B. authors
C. efforts
D. sources
36. In the 2nd paragraph, what weakness in nineteenth-century histories does the author point out?
A. They put too much emphasis on daily activities.
B. They left out discussion of the influence on money on politics
C. The sources of the information they were based on were not necessarily accurate.
D. They were printed on poor quality paper.
37. On the basis of information in the third paragraph, which of the following would most likely have been
collected by nineteenth-century feminist organizations?
A. Newspaper accounts of presidential election results.
B. Biographies of John Adams.
C. Letters from a mother to a daughter advising her how to handle a family problem.
D. Books about famous graduates of the countrys first college.
38. What use was made of the nineteenth-century womens history materials in the Schlesinger Library and
the Sophia Smith Collection?
A. They were combined and published in a multivolume encyclopedia about women.
B. They formed the basis of college courses in the nineteenth-century.
C. They provided valuable information for twentieth century historical researchers.
D. They were shared among womens colleges throughout the United States
39. In the last paragraph, the author mentions all of the following as possible roles of nineteenth-century
great women EXCEPT_____.
A. authors
B. reformers
C. activists for womens rights
D. politicians
40. The word representative in the passage is closest in meaning to_____.
A. typical
B. satisfied
C. supportive
D. distinctive
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct word for each of the blanks.
The UK Government ensures that all schools in the UK (41) _____ certain standards, and this includes
independent schools as well as those that are (42) _____ by the Government. All qualifications are awarded
by national agencies accredited by the Qualification and Curriculum Authority (QCA), (43) ____ the quality
of the qualifications you will gain is guaranteed.
At many independent schools in England, you will be encouraged to take part (44) _____
extracurricular activities to develop your hobbies and learn new skills, and you may be encouraged to take
graded music exams (45) _____ by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, or Trinity College.
The exam grades gained from these are widely accepted toward university entry (46) _____.
Independent schools do not usually offer vocationally focused qualifications but if you are (47) _____
in these qualifications, you can find out more in the career-based and pre-university qualifications section.
The (48) _____ you pay to attend independent school, include your course fees, accommodation and
may include some or all extracurricular activities. To check exactly what is included with the school you
may be asked to pay extra for language tuition.
Fees (49) _____ from school to school and are at the discretion of the institution; there are no national
standards. You should expect to pay a minimum of 8,000 per year and fees can be (50) _____ high as
25,000.
41.
A. see
B. meet
C. notice
D. look
42.
A. run
B. worked
C. indicated
D. shown
43.
A. if
B. although
C. so
D. because
44.
A. for
B. in
C. on
D. of
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45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.

A. offer
A. questions
A. interested
A. bills
A. transfer
A. as

B. to offer
B. troubles
B. excited
B. funds
B. vary
B. much

C. offering
C. problems
C. concerned
C. fees
C. exchange
C. more

D. offered
D. requirements
D. worried
D. donations
D. interfere
D. far

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.
51. The story told by the teacher amused children in the class.
A. frightened
B. jolted
C. saddened
D. astonished
52. The clubs meet on the last Thursday of every month in a dilapidated palace.
A. neglected
B. regenerated
C. furnished
D. renovated
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
53.In most countries, compulsory military service does not apply to women.
A. superior
B. mandatory
C. beneficial
D. constructive
54. The aircraft carrier is indispensable in naval operations against sea or shore based enemies.
A. unique
B. novel
C. exotic
D. vital
55. With the dawn of space exploration, the notion that atmospheric conditions on Earth may be unique in
the solar system was strengthened.
A. outcome
B. continuation
C. beginning
D. expansion
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
56. If it_______ their encouragement, he could have given it up.
A. had been for
B. hadnt been
C. hadnt been for
D. wouldnt have been for
57. On ____ Internet and with cable television we can select information from ____ wide variety of sources.
A. the / a
B. an / the
C. the /
D. / the
58. _______ want to get a good job have to have certain qualifications and experience.
A. Who
B. Those which
C. Those who
D. Those whom
59. - Would you like me to get a taxi?
- __________
A. That would be delightful. Thanks
B. Well, lets see.
C. Yes, please, if its no bother
D. Yes, I see.
60. I walked away as calmly as I could . _______ , they would have thought I was a thief.
A. If so
B. Or else
C. In case
D. Owing to
61. Please _______ and see us some time. Youre always welcome.
A. come to
B. come about
C. come around
D. come away.
62. Only in the Civil War_______ killed or wounded.
A. soldiers in America
B. so many American soldiers were
C. many in America
D. were so many American soldiers
63. The fishermen and their boats _______were off the coast three days ago have just been reported to be
missing.
A. that
B. which
C. who
D. whom
64. In China, there are still a lot of ____ families sharing the same house.
A. extent
B. extension
C. extended
D. extensive
65. Mike: I hope I haven't left it too late to apply.
Jane: __________
A. There's still opportunity.
B. There's still try.
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C. There's still time.


D. There's yet time.
66. The general public_______ a large number of computers now, because prices are beginning to decrease.
A. must buy
B. must be buying
C. must have bought
D. must bought
67. I have to assure myself that I_______ the best possible decision.
A. have leapt
B. have made
C. have done
D. have reached
68.- Sorry, Im late, Mike.
- _______
A. Well, its worth a try
B. Not on my account
C. No, I wouldnt mind at all
D. Thats all right
69. I would sooner you __________ the office phone for personal purpose.
A. shouldnt have used B. shouldnt use
C. not to use
D. didnt use
70. They ______ because it is a national holiday.
A. dont wok
B. wont working
C. arent working
D. havent worked
71. - What a great haircut, Lucy!
- __________
A. You think so? I think its a bit too short
B. Its my pleasure
C. Oh, yes. Thats right
D. Thanks. Its very kind of you to do this.
72. Dont leave paraffin heaters in a draught or where theyre__________
A. dangerously knocked over
B. in danger knocked over
C. in danger of being knocked over
D. in danger of knocking over
73. Jill: After all that effort we didn't manage to sell a single one.
Frank: __________
A. What a loss!
B. What a crime!
C. What a job!
D. What a shame!
74. Population expansion seems to surpass the ability of the earth to meet__________ food.
A. the requirement of
B. the command of C. the demand for
D. the necessity for
75. After years of being exposed to the sun and rain, the sign had become completely__________
A. unreadable
B. illegible
C. misread
D. readable
76. I usually buy my clothes__________. Its cheaper than going to the dress maker.
A. on the house
B. off the peg
C. in public
D. on the shelf
77. __________ over long distances is a fact.
A. That electricity can be transmitted
B. That electricity transmitting
C. That electricity transmitted
D. That can be transmitted
78 . __________, sheep were then used for wool.
A. Having first domesticated for milk production
B. Having been first domesticated for milk production
C. Because they had been first domesticated for milk production
D .Although they had first domesticated for milk production
79. More than ten victims _______ missing in the storm last week.
A. are reported to be
B. are reported to have been
C. are reporting to have been
D. are reporting to be
80. No longer _______ in our office since it _______.
A. have typewriters been used / computerized
B. typewriters have been used / were computerized
C. have typewriters been used / was computerized
D. typewriters have been used / computerized
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I. p n
1 B ->(was)
41 B (meet: p ng)
2 C ->(canned goods)
42 A (run: iu hnh)
3 A -> (are supposed)
43 C (so: vi v y, cho nn)
4D D-> (we say)
44 B (take part in: tham gia)
5 D ->(from)
45 D (offered: cu b ng)
6 B (// # /:/)
46 D (entry requirements: yu cu u vo)
7 A (// # //)
47 A (interested in)
8 A (4#2)
48 C (fees: hc ph)
9 D (1#2)
49 B (vary: khc nhau)
10 C (1#2)
50 A (as + adj + as)
11 B (line 1 of paragraph 1)
51 C (lm (ai) vui >< lm (ai) bun)
12 D (line 1, 2 of paragraph 1)
52 D (lm nt ><ci to, nng cp)
13 B (means = method: phng tin)
53 B (bt buc)
14 A (ng thi, cng lc)
54 D cn thit)
15 D (line 2, 3 of paragraph 2)
55 C (bt u)
16 A (line 4, 5 of paragraph 2)
56 C (if it hadnt been for sb/sth)
17 C (line 1, 2 of paragraph 3)
57 A on the Internet/ a variety of: nhiu)
18 D (line 3, 4 of paragraph 4)
58 C (Relative clause)
19 D (line 4, 5, 6, 7 of paragraph 4)
59 C (communicative sentence)
20 C (conducing from the whole passage)
60 B (nu khng)
21 B (Cu so snh)
61 C (come round: n thm ai)
22 D (situation in the past)
62 D (Adv of time + be/V +S)
23 C (cant stand = intolerable: khng th chu
63 A (mixed subjects))
ni)
24 D (to vary/be different: khc nhau)
64 C (extended family: gia inh nhiu th h)
25 B (discourage sb from + N/V-ing)
65 C (communicative sentence)
26 C (So + adj + be +S that)
66 B (conducing sentence)
27 A (should have + PII: l ra nn lm gi
67 B (make decision)
nhng khng lm)
28 C: ask (sb) for sth: xin (ai) ci gi
68 D (communicative sentence)
29 D (direct speech)
69 D (would sooner + S + Ved)
30 B (Relative clause)
70 C (temporary situation)
31 B (conducting from the whole passage)
71 A (a compliment)
32 C (ng i)
72 C (in danger of being PII: c nguy c b)
33 B (line 2 -8 of paragraph 1)
73 D (What a shame! Tht ng tic!)
34 D (chc mng, ca ngi)
74 C (meet the demand for sth: p ng nhu cu
v)
35 B (line 2, 3 of paragraph 2)
75 B (illegible: khng c c)
36 C (line 3 paragraph 2 )
76 B (off the peg: may sn)
37 C (Personal correspondence- - paragraph 3)
77 A (That clause)
38 C (line 6, 7 of paragraph 3)
78
B (Rt gn mnh b ng khi hai mnh
c cng mt ch ng)
39 D (line 5, 6, 7 of paragraph 4)
79 B (Passive voice)
40 A (in hinh, tiu biu)
80 C (No longer + tr t +S + V)
II. Hng dn chm:
im bi thi = S cu ng/8
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