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[English 12] - Bài tập tổng hợp cả năm có đáp án - phần 2

Cập nhật: 18/11/2017 | 12:30:16 AM

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B. Đọc bài khóa sau và chọn từ đúng (ứng với A hoặc B, C, D) để điền vào chỗ trống:

    The steamer (nồi hơi, tàu, máy hơi nước) Mongolia was built of iron. It was due at eleven a.m. on Wednesday, the 9th of October, at Suez. The Mongolia sailed regularly between Brindisi and Bombay (31 ____) the Suez Canal, and was one of the fastest steamers belonging to the company. Two men were walking up and down the dock (vũng đậu tàu) at Suez (32 ____) the crowd of natives and strangers in this fast-growing town. One was the British consul (lãnh sự) at Suez who was in the (33 ____) of watching, from his office window, English ships daily passing to and fro along the great canal.

    The other was a showing unmistakable (k thể nhầm) sign of impatience, nervously (34 ____) up and down, and unable to stand (35 ____) for a moment. This was Fix, one of the detectives who had been sent from England in search of the bank robber. It was his task to (36 ____) every passenger who arrived at Suez, and to follow up any suspicious (37 ____), or anyone who bore a (38 ____) to the description of the criminal which he had received two days before from police headquarters at London. "So you say, consul," he asked for the twentieth time, "that this steamer is never (39 ____) schedule?" "No, Mr. Fix," replied the consul. "The Mongolia has always been (40 ____) of the time required by the company's regulations."

31. A. via                                 B. near                                     C. over                                    D. beside

32. A. within                           B. among                                 C. in                                        D. between

33. A habit                               B. style                                    C. routine                                D. way

34. A. crawling                       B. pacing                                 C. jumping                  D. hopping

35. A. quiet                             B. motionless                           C. unmoving               D. still

36. A. see                                B. observe                               C. look                                    D. view

37. A. character                       B. man                                     C. being                                   D. human

38. A. familiarity                     B. correspondence                   C. coincidence                         D. resemblance

39. A. behind                           B. before                                 C. after                                    D. off

40. A. before                           B. after                                    C. ahead                                  D. behind

C. Đọc bài khóa sau và chọn từ đúng (ứng với A hoặc B, C, D) để điền vào chỗ trống:

  The London Tea Trade Centre is on the north of the River Thames. It is the centre of an industry of (41 ____) importance in the lives of the British. Tea is without doubt the British national drink: every man, woman and child over ten years of age has (42 ____) average over four cups a day or some 1500 cups annually. Some thirty per cent of the world’s exports of tea make its way to London. Britain is (43 ____) the largest importer of tea in the world. Samples of the vast amounts of tea brought into the country to (44 ____) the national thirst go to the London Tea Trade Centre, where they are tasted by (45 ____) professional tea tasters before being sold at each week’s tea sale. It is fascinating to see them at work. Over a hundred samples are (46 ____) in a line on long tables. Teas are generally tasted with milk, (47  ____) that is how the majority in Britain drink their tea. The tasters move down the line with surprising speed, tasting each sample from a spoon and deciding what is a (48 ____) price for each tea. The types of tea that are popular in Britain are (49 ____) inexpensive but they are of a very high quality. The best are delicate (50  ____) of numerous teas from different sources and countries of origin.

41. A. high                                          B. wide                                                C. great                                                D. large

42. A. for                                             B. by                                                  C. at                                         D. on

43. A. considerably                             B. by far                                  C. largely                                 D. by much

44. A. satisfy                            B. match                                              C. answer                                D. serve

45. A. effective                        B. skilled                                             C. developed                           D. handy

46. A. composed                                 B. put up                                             C. settled                                 D. laid out

47. A. out of                                        B. since                                                           C. so                                                    D. owing to

48. A. fine                                           B. right                                                            C. fair                                                  D. deserved

49. A. roughly                                     B. comparatively                                 C. slightly                                D. approximately

50. A. mixtures                        B. associations                                     C. unions                                             D. gatherings


D. Đọc bài khóa sau và chọn phương án đúng (ứng với A hoặc B, C, D) cho các câu từ 51 đến 60:

  A recent survey of crime statistics shows that we are all more likely to be burgled now than 20 years ago and the police advise everyone to take a few simple precautions to protect their homes. The first fact is that burglars and other intruders (kẻ xâm nhập) prefer easy opportunities, like a house which is very obviously empty. This is much less of a challenge than an occupied house, and one which is well-protected. A burglar will wonder if it is worth the bother.

  There are some general tips on how to avoid your home becoming another crime statistic. Avoid leaving signs that your house is empty. When you have to go out, leave at least one light on as well as a radio or television, and do not leave any curtains wide open. The sight of your latest music centre or computer is enough to tempt (xúi giục, hấp dẫn) any burglar.


  Never leave a spare key in a convenient hiding place. The first place a burglar will look is under the doormat (thảm lau chân) or in a flower pot and even somewhere more 'imaginative' could soon be uncovered by the intruder. It is much safer to leave a key with a neighbour you can trust. But if your house is in a quiet, desolate (hoang vắng) area be aware that this will be a burglar's dream, so deter (ngăn chặn) any potential criminal from approaching your house by fitting security lights to the outside of your house.

  But what could happen if, in spite of the aforementioned (đã nêu trên) precautions, a burglar or intruder has decided to target your home. Windows are usually the first point of entry for many intruders. Downstairs windows provide easy access while upstairs windows can be reached with a ladder or by climbing up the drainpipe. Before going to bed you should double-check that all windows and shutters are locked. No matter how small your windows may be, it is surprising what a narrow gap a determined burglar can manage to get through. For extra security, fit window locks to the inside of the window.

  What about entry via doors? Your back door and patio (sân trong) doors, which are easily forced open, should have top quality security locks fitted. Even though this is expensive it will be money well spent. Install a burglar alarm if you can afford it as another line of defense against intruders.

  A sobering (đúng mực) fact is that not all intruders have to break and enter into a property. Why go to the trouble of breaking in if you can just knock and be invited in? Beware of bogus (ma gà, kẻ giả danh) officials or workmen and, particularly if you are elderly, fit a chain and an eye hole so you can scrutinise (quan sát kĩ) callers at your leisure. When you do have callers never let anybody into your home unless you are absolutely sure they are genuine. Ask to see an identity card, for example.

  If you are in the frightening position of waking in the middle of the night and think you can hear an intruder, then on no account should you approach the intruder. It is far better to telephone the police and wait for help.

51. A well-protected house ____.

A. is less likely to be burgled.                              B. is regarded as a challenge by most criminals.

C. is a lot of bother to maintain.                           D. is very unlikely to be burgled.

52. According to the writer, we should ____.

A. avoid leaving our house empty.                                  

B. only go out when we have to.

C. always keep the curtains closed.                     

D. give the impression that our house is occupied when we go out

53. The writer thinks that hiding a key under a doormat or flower pot ____.

A. is predictable.                                                                          B. is useful.              

C. is imaginative.                                                              D. is where you always find a spare key.

54. What word best replaces “desolate” in paragraph 4?

A. isolated                                    B. populous                             C. dissatisfying                        D. depressing

55. The 'aforementioned precautions' refer to steps that ____.

A. will tell a burglar if your house is empty or not.   

B. are the most important precautions to take to make your home safe.

C. will stop a potential burglar.                             

D. will not stop an intruder if he has decided to try and enter your home.

56. Gaining entry to a house through a small window ____.

A. is surprisingly difficult.                                               

B. is not as difficult as people think.

C. is less likely to happen than gaining entry through a door.     

D. is tried only by very determined burglars.

57. According to the writer, window locks, security locks and burglar alarms ____.

A. cost a lot of money but are worth it.                B. are good value for money.

C. are luxury items.                                                                      D. are absolutely essential items.

58. The writer argues that fitting a chain and an eye hole____.

A. will prevent your home being burgled.                        

B. avoids you having to invite people into your home.

C. is only necessary for elderly people.                            

D. gives you time to check if the visitor is genuine.

59. What word best replaces “scrutinise” in paragraph 7?

A. glance                          B. gaze                                                C. search                                 D. examine

60. The best title for the text is____.

A. Increasing household crime.                           

B. Protecting your home from intruders.

C. What to do if a burglar breaks into your home.          

D. Burglary statistics



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