Kỳ thi tuyển sinh lớp 10 năm học 2007-2008 môn thi: tiếng anh

1. The police stated that the accident ______________ soon.

A. will be investigated B. had investigated C. is being investigated D. would be investigated

2. There are chances that Manchester United ______________ the last match against Juventus.

A. won B. will win C. has won D. would win

3. ______________ to the national park before, Sue was amazed to see the geyser.

A. Being not B. Not having been C. Have not been D. Having not been

 

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ord whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others: 
71. A. chapter 	 B. yatch 	 C. manage 	 D. panel
72. A. example 	      B. feed 	      C. ink 	      D. inhumane	
73. A. junior 	      B. humour 	      C. stew 	      D. purify
74. A. hall 	      B. doll 	      C. chalk 	      D. forecast
75. A. recite 	      B. reconcile 	      C. refund 	      D. reproduce
Choose the word whose stress pattern is pronounced different from that of the others:
76. A. relax 	      B. recognize 	      C. realize 	      D. relatively
77. A. permanent 	      B. power 	     C. permission 	      D. carpet
78. A. photography 	      B. minority 	      C. heroic 	      D. amateur
79. A. practicality 	      B. politician 	      C. uncontrollable 	      D. comfortable
80. A. managerial 	      B. determination 	      C. unbelievable 	      D. inability
D. VOCABULARY
Supply the appropriate form of the words in the brackets:
81. At the end of the concert, the audience gave the young pianist a ___________ ovation. (STAND)
82. The university has ________ the use of dictionaries during language examinations. (AUTHOR)
83. A dilemma is a situation where a difficult choice has to be made between two, sometimes unpleasant, _________. (ALTERNATE)
84. It is very difficult to find Mrs. Burton’s shop, for it was __________ from all others in the street. (DISTINGUISH)
85. When we arrived at the hotel, we were amazed at the ___________ hospitality of the fans. (COMPARE)
86. The teacher’s criticism has ___________ Tom’s interest in learning. (DIE)
87. The staff’s bad behavior has brought ________ to the whole company. (GRACEFUL)
88. Panda is _____________ to China only. (NATION)
89. Traditional _________ are a good source of fun and entertainment. (CELEBRATE)
90. The public were angry with the Minister’s ______________ to tell the truth about the bribery. (REFUSE)
Fill each blank with an appropriate word formed from one of the words in the list below: 
similarity – suit – advise – value – fit – dispense – predict – water – foolish – warn
It is astonishing how many people set off to climb Mount Olympus in completely (91) ________ clothing. The weather conditions on the mountain are notoriously (92) _______but people are (93) ________ into thinking that just because the bottom is sunny, the summit will be (94) ______ warm and bright. Nothing could be further from the truth. Bearing in mind that “ (95) _______ is forearmed”, consult the local climbing club about likely conditions before setting off. Such local knowledge can be absolutely (96) ________ and you would, to put it mildly, be extremely (97) _________ to ignore it. Whatever the likely weather, a good pair of boots is (98) _______ and is some form of (99) _______. And it is a steep climb so it goes without saying that a reasonable level of (100) ________ is essential.
E. REWRITE WITHOUT CHANGING MEANING
101. It was wrong of you to allow a 4-year-old child to walk home alone.
- You should ................................................................................
102. I could realize how important the family is only after I left home.
- Not until ....................................................................................
103. Mrs. Green is proud of her son’s contribution to the play.
- Mrs. Green is proud of what ........................................................
104. The recruited very few young engineers.
- Hardly .......................................................................................
105. Only two out of the five rooms we have booked have air conditioning.
- We have booked five rooms, only ..................................................
106. Jane seems to come to the performance lat.
- It looks ....................................................................................
107. I could hold a big party due to my Mom’s help.
- Had it ........................................................................................
108. Success depends on hard work.
- The harder .................................................................................
109. Fiona was so disappointed that she could not keep on working.
- Such ........................................................................................
110. Although Richard is competent in his work, he does not know how to deal with this client.
- Competent ...............................................................................
F. CLOZE TESTS
Supply each blank with one word: 
The director has overall responsibility for the artistic side of a production and must (111) ____ all the rehearsal and keep an (112) _____ on all the backstage and technical departments (113) _____. Directors tend to have (114) ______ personalities and can be temperamental. But the success or (115) _____ of a play is in their (116) ______. It is their job to (117) _____ out the imaginative qualities in the actors in order to get the best response from them. Some directors let actors decide on their own interpretation while (118) _____ give detailed instruction as to (119)  ______ they want the parts to be played. Some directors also (120) ______ on duties, such as planning a season’s program and supervising the budget.
Choose the suitable word to fill in each blank:
You can rob a bank without leaving your house these days. Who needs stocking (121)______, guns and getaway cars? If you’re a computer whiz-kid, you could grab your first million (122)_______ with nothing more dangerous than a personal computer, a telephone and a modern to (123)_______them.
All you have to do is to dial into the networks which like the computers in large organizations together, type in a couple of passwords and you can rummage (124)_______in the information that’s stored there (125)_______your heart’s content. Fortunately it isn’t always quite as easy as it appears. But, as more and more information is (126)_______and stored on computer, whether it is details of your bank account or the number of tins of baked beans in the stockroom at the supermarket, a computer crime seems set to grow.
A couple of months ago a newspaper reported that five British banks were being (127)_______to ransom by a gang of hackers who had managed to (128)_______their computer. The hackers were demanding money (129) _____revealing exactly how they did it. In case like this, banks may consider paying just so that they can protect themselves better in the future.
As with (130)________else, hackers start young in the States. A 12-year-old boy in Detroit was (131)_______of entering a company’s credit rating computer and (132)_____the numbers he found there. His mother told reporters that he spent up to 14 hours on his computer during the weekend.
Prevention is probably easier than detection, and many companies now spend lots of time and money (133)______programs using passwords and codes. Of course all this is no use (134)_____if computer users tell each other their password, stick it on their screen so they don’t (135)______it or use passwords like “password”. It all happens. There are plenty of software companies which specialize in writing software that makes computers hacker-proof. One company in the States set (136)______to prove that its system can defeat hacker by asking over 2000 of them to try to hack it. The hackers were given 2 weeks to discover the secret message stored on 2 PCs in offices in New York and San Francisco. The message (137)______: “The persistent hunter who (138)____his prize (139)______becomes the hunted.” You will be relieved – or perhaps disappointed – to learn that (140)______hacker managed it. 
121. A. covers 	        B. veils 	        C. masks 	 D. helmets
122. A. supported 	        B. armed 	        C. provided 	        D. tampered
123. A. connect 	        B. link 	        C. combine 	        D. join
124. A. further 	        B. out 	        C. about 	        D. off
125. A. off 	        B. to 	       C. with 	        D. within
126. A. dealt 	        B. progressed 	        C. tackled 	        D. processed
127. A. held 	        B. asked 	        C. kept 	        D. captured
128. A. turn off 	        B. break into 	        C. get into 	        D. come up with
129. A. on the verge of 	       B. with exception of      C. in answer to  	       D. in return for
130. A. anything 	        B. everybody 	        C. nothing 	        D. somebody
131. A. able 	        B. capable 	        C. possible 	        D. enabled
132. A. scattering 	        B. dumping 	        C. distributing 	        D. loading
133. A. thinking 	       B. discovering 	       C. devising 	       D. manufacturing
134. A. of all 	        B. in all 	        C. even 	        D. whatsoever
135. A. forget 	        B. notice 	        C. bother 	        D. mention
136. A. about 	       B. out 	        C. off 	        D. away
137. A. read 	        B. is read 	        C. was reading 	        D. had been read
138. A. offers 	        B. reaches 	        C. obtains 	        D. wins
139. A. now and then 	       B. now and again 	        C. sooner or later 	        D. safe and sound
140. A. none 	        B. not any  	        C. neither 	        D. hardly
G. Read the following passages and choose the best answer to the questions:
KETCHUP
The sauce that is today called ketchup (or catsup) in Western cultures is a tomato_based sauce that is quite distinct from Eastern ancestors of this product. A sauce called ke-tjap was in used in China at least as early as the 17th century, but the Chinese version of the sauce was made of picked fish, shellfish, and spices. The popularity of this Chinese sauce spread to Singapore and Malaysia, where it was called kechap. The Indonesian ketjab derives its name from the same source of the Malysian sauce but is made from very different ingredients. The Indonesian ketjab is made by cooking black soy beans, fermenting them, placing them in a salt brine for at lea

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