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Trích dẫn nội dung :so crAo DUC & EAo rao rY rnr ruyfN srr{H Lop 10 THpr cHrrytN TP HO CHi MINHvroN:Tffi Hii,i'ffi of cuirvn rntlc (DE niy gbm 4 trang) Thdi gian ldm bdi: 120 phtu, khing 'r':'"'o,ru,, *d *U gian phil eli r. cHoosE THE coRREcr ANSwER To F:ILL rN THE BLANK. (20 nrs) 1. Wild animals sometimes come into the suburbs food. A. searching of B. in search of C. they search for 2. You shouldnt have read that file; it contains information. A. constructive , B. preferential C. confidential D, for searching BLOGCHUYENANH - 3. Lefs get down to we've got a lot to get through this afternoon. C. cooperation 4. Unless you yourself to the tas( you're bound to make mistakes. A. workload B. transaction A. resign B. occupy C. hold D. inclusive D. business D. apply 5. You should start working on the report if you want to _ Friday's deadline. A. set B. make C. meet D. reach 6. The tennis tournament held at the sports center but at the last minute the venue changed. A. had been B, might have been C. was going to be D. ought to be 7. -'Did the owner alrlmit starting the fire herselP' -'In the end! The police her for some time.' A. had suspected B. were suspected C. were suspecting D. would suspect 8. We dont know why our teachers us to concentrate on such theoretical things. A. forever tell B. always say C, are forever telling D. are always saying 9, According to the the new show is very popular. - A. rankings B. ratings C. gradings D. scalings

10. How quickly the product can be delivered depends on A. attendance B. credibility C. existence D. availability - 11. Simon is definitely guilty of cheating - the teachers him in the act. A. caught B. saw C. got D. found 12. The lecturer explained the theory with such -. that most people understood it. A. clearance B. complexity C. clarity 13. If you act on . you risk making mistakes. A. purpose B. sense C. attitude - L4. Most of the hotels were full and we had a hard Ume accommodations. A. to find B. having found C. founding 15. The children stood _ at the puppets for ages. A. to stare B. and staring C. staring D. recognition D. impulse D. finding D. to be staring 16. _'Ifs not my turn to do the dishes tonight.' A. them by me done B. me doing _'I hope mum doesn't get _.' C. done by me D. me to do them 17. _ 'Did you hear what happened to Charlotte?' -'Yeah - She A. had someone stealing B. had her handbag stolen C. had stolen her handbag D. was stolen her handbag 18. The security guard stated that we passes to be allowed into the building. A, must have had B. had to have C. would have D. should have had -.' 19. Maftin insisted that his secretary with him on the trip next week. A. on coming B. come C. comes D. will come 20. The lawyer advised to any journalists about the case. A. to not talking B. against talking C. not talk D. dont talk 21. The patient was administered medication to the pain. A. withhold B. deaden . C. worsen D. dominate 22. The authort new novel came in for a great deal of A. offence B. compliment C. attention D. criticism - 23. _'We don't have a burglar alarm.' -'Then iYs time A. for installing one B. you install one C. one was installing D. to install one -. 24. _'Trudy sure did a good job of decorating your apaftment.' -'Yes, but I'd some of the work myself.' A. rather have done B. rather done C. better have done D. prefer having done 25. matter of time before a new manager is appointed. A. IYs just a B. There is just a C. It's nearly a D. Just this - 26. had I set off when i got a flat tire. A. At no time B. Scarcely C. No sooner D. Little 27. They are up in in the new management scheme. A. arms B. neck C. feet D. hands Kj' thi tuy6n sinh lop Nf,m hqc 2012-2013 l0 chuy6n M6n: Ti€ng Anh (Chuy6n) 28. We found plenty of wood, but we had nothing to light our campfire' A. which with B. with which C. that for D. for that 29. It has recently come to that the senator accepted a bribe. A. attention B. eye C. mind - 30. Without hard work they'll never a 9o of their guesthouse' D. light A. get B. take C. make D. have - 31. Evjryone has to hand in their assignments by noon but Sam, I1l make an exieption. A. in case of 32. Only B. the case being C. in any case for students have their own cars - most use bicycles' D. in the case of D. the minority A. a minority of B. minority C. of a minority - 33. -'I hear Paul has a job at a restaurant.' -'Well, i(s a restaurant as a caf6 really.' A. much more B. nothing like - C. far more of D. not so much 34. It was a warm day but it turned in the evening. BLOGCHUYENANH A. coldly B. cold C. more coldly - D. far colder than 35. With my new Internet connection I can download files than before' A. far quickly B. by far quicker C. much more quickly D. quite more quickly 36. The researchers realized they were and had to change the focus of their experiment. A. in the footsteps B. ahead ofthe scheduie C. on the wrong track D. offthe beaten track 37. People came from to take paft in the peace demonstration in Washington. A. round and round B. out and about C. there and back 38. I managed to complete the o<am with 20 minutes to  A. run B. set C. sPare D. far and wide D. leave 39. Cameras are prohibited in the museum. A. strongly B. harshlY C. strictlY -. D. totally 40. When I saw the fire truck, it suddenly on me that I'd left the oven on when I left out. A. dawned B. appeared C. cracked D. fell - II/ CnoosE THE woRD oR pHnasE THAT BEsr Frrs EAcH spAcE rN THE FoLLowrNG PASSAGE. (15 ers) Obsession with pop stars may be innocent enough when you're 14 years old. Carry the fixation into your twenties, (1) and your teen idol can become bad for your health. Worshipping famous singers, supermodels.or football players in adulthood (Z)- your chance of having psychoiogical problems, eating disorders and difficulties forming relationships. Psychologist Dr. iony Cassidy (3)_ at 163 adults in a recent study. During adolescence, three-quarters of men and women in the group - now aged between 20 and

28 - said they had hero-worshipped someone. Most people (4)- their fixation by their twenties, but half of those (5)_ had idols could not (6)- their feelings go. 'Another (7)- of teen idols is that they serve as role models,' said Dr. Cassidy. 'Many young girls (8)- distorted body images of themselves, and ultimately eating disorders, (9)_ a result of the media portrayal of supermodels with ideal bodies. They (10)- to be less satisfied with their ieiationinips and were more likely to have short-term affairs. The most extreme fantasized about having a relationship with their adored one or became jealous (11)- their idol's partners. There were even clses, after one boy band (12)- of attempted suicides among fans, But parents should not rush to the bedroom to rip down their children's posters. (13)- was one bright spot for fans who did have a teen idol but who (14)- him or her up when they (15)- adulthood: they were subsequently better at problem-solving. 1. A. but 2. A. increases 3. A. looked 4. A. turn off 5. A. they 6. A. leave 7. A. aspect 8. A. make 9. A. like 10. A. intended 11. A. about 12. A. broke up 13. A. It 14. A. did 15. A. arrived B. however B. grows B. saw B. throw off B. have B. allow B. part B. take B. as B. turned B. with B. made up B. He B. gave B, got C. then C. rises C. observed C. give off C. who C. relieve C. detail C. adapt C. than C. tended C. to C. figured out C. There C. held C. reached D. otherwise D. expands D. studied D. make off D. were D. let D. field D. develop D. in D. opted D.of . D. took out D. That D. took D. grew rrr. TDENTTFYTHE MTSTAKE rN EACH SENTENCE. (5 erS) 1. (A) Investment banks do not accept (B) deposits from the public or (C) do loans to (D) businesses or individuals. 2. (A) When (B) actively hunting, a dolphin sends out (C) transmitting about five signals (D) everv second. 3. We (A) didnt need to bring along our (B) USB's as we were unexpectedly not allowed (C) to use them (D) anyway. 4. The Puffer is (A) a type of fish (B) that can inflate (C) one's body (D) like a balloon. Ky thi tuy6n sinh l6p Nim hgc 2012-2013 l0 chuy6n M6n: Ti6ng .{nh (Chuy6n) 5. Anyone (A) reproducing copyrighted works (B) without permission of the holders of the copyrights (C) arc (D) breaking the Iaw. 6. (a) Modern farms are (b) much larger than (c) that of (d) former times. 7. In addition to (A) save on gas, (B) the modern car (C) is desioned. to (D) save on maintenance expenses. 8. Tom's very good (A) at science (B) vvhen his brother (C) jS (D) absolutely hopeless. 9. (A) It was in the 1920's (B) tbat the arched-top guitar (C) weg-fiIst developed commercially in the United States and (D) use in dance bands. 10. (A) Drug abuse (B) has become one of (C) Americat most (D) seriouslv social problem.

IV. READ THE PASSAGE AND CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWERS TO THE QUESrIONS. (10 PTS) A useful definition of an air pollutant is a compound added directly or indirectly by humans to the atmosphere in such BLOGCHUYENANH quantities as to affect humans, animals, vegetations, or materials adverselv. Air pollution requires a very flexible definition that permits continuous change. When the first air pollution laws were established in England in the fourteenth century, air pollutants were limited to compounds that could be seen or smelled - a far cry from the extensive list of harmful substances known today. As technology has developed and knowledge of the health aspects of various chemicals has increased, the list of air pollutants has lengthened. In the future, even water vapor might be considered an air pollutant under ceftain conditions. Many of the nrcre important air pollutants, such as sulfur oxides, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxides, are found in nature. As the Eafth developcd, the concentrations of these pollutants were altered by various chemical reactions; they became components in biogeochemical cycle. These serve as an air purification scheme by allowing the compounds to move from the air to the water or soil on a glcbal basis, nature's output of these compounds dwarfs that resulting from human activities. However, human production usually occurs in a localized area, such as a city. In this localized regions, human output may be dominant and may temporarily overload the natural purification scheme of the cycle, The result is an increased concentration of noxious chemicals in the air. The concentrations at which the adverse effects appear will be greater than the concentrations that the pollutants would have in the absence of human activities. The acLual concentration need not be large for a substance to be a pollutanU in fact the numerical value tells us little until we know how much of an increase this represents over the concentration that would occur naturally in the area.

For example, sulfur dioxide has detectable health effects at 0.08 parts per million (ppm), which is about 400 times its natural level. Carbon monoxide, however, has a natural level of 0.1 ppm and is not usually a pollutant until its level reaches about 15 ppm. 1. What does the passage mainly discuss? (A) The economic impact of air pollution. (B) What constitutes an air pollutant. (C) How much harm air pollutants cttn cause. (D) The effects of compounds added to the atmosphere. 2. The word "adversely" is closest in meaning to (A) negatively (B) quickly (C) admittedly (D) considerably 3,Itcan be infened from the firct paragraph thatr (A) water vapor is an air pollutant in localized areas -. (B) most air pollutants today can be seen or smelled (C) the definition of air pollution will continue to change (D) a substance becomes an air pollutant only in cities 4. The word "alleled" is closest in meaning to _-, (A) eliminated (B) caused (C) slowed (D) changed 5. Naturat pollutants can play an impoftant rcte in controlling air pollution for which of the following reasons? (A) They function as part of a purification process. (B) They occur in greater quantities than other pollutants, (C) They are less harmful to living beings than are other pollutants. (D) They have existed since the Earth developed. 5. According to the passage, which of the following is true about human-generated air polluUon in localized regions? (A) It can be dwarfed by nature's output of pollutants in the localized region. (B) It can overwhelm the natural system that removes pollutants. (C) It will damage areas outside of the localized regions. (D) It will react harmfully with naturally occurring pollutants. 7. The word "g[9gg] is closest in meaning to (A) harmtul (B) noticeable (C) extensive (D) weak 8. According to the passage, ttre numerical valued of the concentration level of a substance is only useful if (A) the other substances in the area are known (C) the naturally occurring level is also known 9. The word "dctcdaDle" is closest in meaning to (B) it is in a localized area (D) it can be calculated quickly (A) beneficial (B) special (C) measurable (D) separable 1O. Which of the following is best supported by the passage? (A) To effectively control pollution local government should regularly review their air pollution laws' (B) One of the most important steps in preserving natural lands is to better enforce air pollution laws. (C) Scientists should be consuhed in order to establish uniform limits for all air pollutants. (D) Human activities have been effective in reducing air pollution. K! thi tuy6n sinh l6p l0 chuy€n Nlm hgc 2012-2013 MOn: Ti6ng Anh (Chuy6n) v/ sUppLY THE APPRoPRIATE FORMS oF woRDS IN THE BRACKETS. (15 rrs) 1. We all take pride in our --- friendship. (DESIROY) 2. He arrived, as if in answer to her .-. (PRAY) 3'Shetravelstodifferentpartsoftheworldaspartofherjobinthat-company'(NAnoN) 4. The little boy dreams of being a sports for the W station. (COMMENT) 5. He proposes closing down all the factories in the area. (EcoNoMY) 5.Managersshouldbemore-

totheneedsoftheirstaff'(RESPoND) 7. She faft by her classmate's anogant behaviours. (UTTLE) 8. Let's join us for a drink at the pub! (CELEBRATE) -- g. The winners of the two are to compete for the trophy at the end of the month. (FINAL) 10, The song always brings back her lovely memories. (CHILDREN) 11. To my surprise, they treated me enough. (PLEASE) 12. The Red Cross is sending emergency aid to the county. (FAMINE) BLOGCHUYENANH 13. Since the . we have had all the locks changed' (BREAK) -- 14. The article failed to -- the unemployment issue. (PUBUC) 15. The volcanic lava  -- as it cools. (SOUD) VI/ Sunnw EAcH BLANKwTTH ol{E surrABLE woRD. (15 Prs) Many educators believe that it is better for students to (1)_- school all year round than to have a long summer vacation. Ideally, the summer 63n (2)_ every bit as productive as the time spent in a classroom. The vacation should be a carefree time, spent outdoors or with family but, (3)- that most parents work, it is all too often the case that children are left unsuperviseb. Att students forget a certain amount of (4)- they have learned so teachers are obliged to spend time at the beginning of the year reviewing parts of the curriculum from the (5)-_ grade. Studies have shown that children from low-inc-ome iamilies f;ll (6)_ behind during the summer than children from wealthier backgrounds. one study found that while middle-class children slightly improved their reading skills over the summer months, their (7)- from low-income families lost more than two months in reading achievement. In order to (8)__ the problem, some school districts have adopted a year-round schedule with a series of shorter breaks (9)_ of L tnree+nonth summer vacation. A national study (10)- out by the Ohio State University found, however, if,it Vu**nd schools had no significant impact (11)- how much children learn. They found that children learned about as (12)_ in year-round scnoof as they did in schools using a nine-month calendar. And while poorer students at the Ueginning s,rffer'leaining loss' during the summer mbnths, those at the year-round schools also did (13)- during the shorter breafs. The author of the (1+)- suggested that poor children (15)- to attend more days of school, otherwise they will fall behind. vrr/ REWRTTE THE FoLLowrNG sENTENcEs

wrTHouT CHANGTNG THE MEANTNG. YoU MUST usE THE ExAcT 1. "I wasnt to blame for the burnt house!" said Julia.(20 Prs) WORD GIVEN IN BRACKETS WHEN SPECIFIED. ) Julia (sElnNG) 2. Jasper warned me about the dog, so I didnt stroke it. ) But for 3. There have been rumours that Peter and Jane are getting married' ) PeterandJane 4. Please don't put your feet on the sofa. ) I'd sooner Drop in and see us if you ever come to Ho Chi Minh City. (HAPPEN) ) Should ) Guy leftabsolutely sure nothing would go wrong when he planned the expedition. (NOTHING) Guy made

7. They only discovered the mistake when the book was in the shops. (COME) ) Not We need to inspect fufther to find out how badly the building has been damaged. (DCfENT) 8. ) Further inspection They will give you a ticket when you show your ID card. (PRODUCruON) 9. ) A ticket will be 10. It wasnt my intention to upset you. (MEAN) )I THE END OF THE TEST Kl thi tuy6n sinh lop N[m hqc 2012-2013 l0 chuyCn Mdn: Ti6ng Anh (Chuy6n)