Đề thi thử ĐHCĐ môn tiếng Anh 2011 - Đề số 1
Read the set of words given in italics, then mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is the best made.
1. provide/ your handwriting/ legible/ test scorer/ accept/ your answer
A. Providing with your legible handwriting, every test scorer must accept your answer.
B. Provided that your handwriting is legible, your answer will be accepted by any test scorer.
C. Providing your handwriting is legible, the test scorer does not accept your answer.
D. Provided for your legible handwriting, the test scorer has to accept your answer.
2. New building / be / almost / twice / big / old one.
A. The new building is almost as twice big as the old one.
B. A new building is almost twice as big as an old one.
C. The new building is almost twice big the old one.
D. The new building is almost twice as big as the old one.
3. you/ really/ be/ able/ dress/ yourself/ age.
A. You should really be able to dress yourself at your age
B. You are really able of dressing yourself this age!
C. You have really been able of dressing yourself by your age.
D. You must really be able of dressing yourself in your age.
4. No one / know / answer / teacher / question.
A. No one knows the answer of the teacher's question.
B. No one knows how to answer teacher's question
C. No one knows the answer to the teacher's question.
D. No one knows to answer the teacher's question.
5. hilltop/ have/ good/ view/ our village
A. From the hilltop, our village can have a better view.
B. From the hilltop, our village can be well viewed.
C. From the hilltop, we can have a better view of our village.
D. The hilltop can make our village views better.
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 15
It takes a long time to raise a family of owlets, so the great horned owl begins early in the year. In January and February, or as late as March in the North, the male calls to the female with a resonant hoot. The female is larger than the male. She sometimes reaches a body length of twenty-two to twenty-four inches, with a wingspread up to fifty inches. To impress her, the male does a strange courtship dance. He bobs. He bows. He ruffles his feathers and hops around with an important air. He flutters from limb to limb and makes flying sorties into the air. Sometimes he returns with an offering of food. They share the repast, after which she joins the dance, hopping and bobbing about as though keeping time to the beat of an inner drum.
Owls are poor home builders. They prefer to nest in a large hollow in a tree or even to occupy the deserted nest of a hawk or crow. These structures are large and rough, built of sticks and bark and lined with leaves and feathers. Sometimes owls nest on a rocky ledge, or even on the bare ground. even to occupy the deserted nest of a hawk or crow. These structures are large and rough, built of sticks and bark and lined with leaves and feathers. Sometimes owls nest on a rocky ledge, or even on the bare ground. The mother lays two or three round, dull white eggs. Then she stoically settles herself on the nest and spreads her feather skirts about her to protect her precious charges from snow and cold.
It is five weeks before the first downy white owlet pecks its way out of the shell. As the young birds feather out, they look like wise old men with their wide eyes and quizzical expressions. They clamor for food and keep the parents busy supplying mice, squirrels, rabbits, crayfish, and beetles. Later in the season baby crows are taken. Migrating songsters, waterfowl, and game birds all fall prey to the hungry family. It is nearly ten weeks before fledglings leave the nest to search for their own food. The parent birds weary of family life by November and drive the young owls away to establish hunting ranges of their own.
6. According to the passage, young owlets eat everything EXCEPT ____________
A. other small birds B. small mammals C. insects D. nuts and seeds
7. In line 2, the phrase "a resonant hoot" is closest in meaning to__________.
A. an instrument B. an offering of food C. a movement D. a sound
8. The phrase "precious charges" in lines 14 refers to ____________.
A. the eggs B. the nest C. other nesting owls D. the hawks and crows
9. What can be inferred from the passage about the adult parents of the young great horned owls?
A. They are sorry to see their young leave home.
B. They don't eat while they are feeding their young.
C. They probably don't see their young after November.
D. They are lazy and careless about feeding the small owlets.
10. In line 16, the word "they" refers to _______________.
A. the young birds B. the adult birds C. the wise old men D. the prey