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I. PHẦN TRẮC NGHIỆM : TỪ QUESTION 1 ĐẾN QUESTION 64 (8 điểm)
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) SIMILAR in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 1: When the protestor entered the meeting clad only in a beach towel, the audience was dumbfounded.
A. speechless B. excited C. content D. applauding
Question 2: The factory is fined for discharging dangerous chemicals into the river.
A. keeping B. decreasing C. increasing D. releasing
Question 3: Prior to his appointment as secretary of state, Henry Kissinger was a professor of government and international affairs at Harvard.
A. Instead of B. Before C. During D. After
Question 4: They are going to suffer a lot of criticism for increasing bus fare by so much.
A. get into B. put across C. come in for D. stand in with
Question 5: You ought to send two hours as a minimum in the fresh air every day.
A. at ease B. at all C. at least D. at most
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 from 6 to 10.
Most people think that lions only come from Africa. This is understandable because in fact most lions do come from there but this has not always been the case. If we went back ten thousand years, we would find that there were lions roaming vast sections of the globe. However now, unfortunately only a very small section of the lion's former habitat remains.
Asiatic lions are sub-species of African lions. It is almost a hundred thousand years since the Asiatic lions split off and developed as a sub-species. At one time the Asiatic lion was living as far west as Greece and they were found from there, but in a band that spreads east through various countries of the Middle East, all the way to India. In museums now, you can see Greek coins that have clear images of the Asiatic lion on them. Most of them are dated at around 500 B.C. However, Europe saw its last Asiatic lions roaming free two thousand years ago. Over the next nineteen hundred years the numbers of Asiatic lions in the other areas declined steadily, but it was only in the nineteenth century that they disappeared from everywhere but in India.
The Gir Wildlife Sanctuary in India was established especially to protect the Asiatic lion. There are now around three hundred Asiatic lions in India and almost all of them are in this sanctuary. However, despite living in a sanctuary, which makes them safe from hunters, they still face a number of problems that threaten their survival. One of these is the ever-present danger of disease. This is what killed more than a third of Africa’s Serengeti lions in 1994, and people are fearful that something similar could happen in the Gir Sanctuary and kill off many of the Asiatic lions there.
India's lions are particular vulnerable because they have a limited gene pool. The reason for this is interesting - it is because all of them are descended from a few dozen lions that were saved by a prince who took a particular interest in them. He was very healthy, and he managed to protect them; otherwise they would probably have died out completely.
When you see the Asiatic lion in India, what you sense is enormous vitality. They are very impressive animals and you would never guess that they have this vulnerability when you look at them.
Question 6: According to the passage, many people believe that lions come from _____.
A. Europe B. Africa C. Middle East D. India
Question 7: Ten thousand years ago _____.
A. lions came mainly from Africa
B. lions did not live in small forests
C. lions roamed much more than nowadays
D. there were much more lion habitats than nowadays
Question 8: The phrase "split off" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _____.
A. changed the original species B. divided
C. developed into different species D. spotted animals
Question 9: According to the passage, nowadays we can find the Asiatic lion _____.
A. in Africa and India B. only in Greek museums
C. nowhere in the world D. only in India
Question 10: The word "vulnerable" in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to _____.
A. cautious B. weak C. careless D. easily protected
Question 11: The Asiatic lion _____.
A. was looking for food mainly in the Middle East
B. was searching for food in a wide range of countries
C. was searching for food mainly in India and Africa
D. was looking for food mainly in India
Question 12: According to the author, the Gir Wildlife Sanctuary _____.
A. protects the Asiatic lion from hunters and diseases
B. can make the Asiatic lion become weak
C. cannot reduce the Asiatic lion's risk of catching diseases
D. is among many places where the Asiatic lion is well protected
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