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Đề thi tuyển sinh Cao đẳng môn Tiếng Anh Khối A1 và D1 năm 2012 - Mã đề 869
BỘ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO 
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC 
(Đề thi có 07 trang) 
ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH CAO ĐẲNG NĂM 2012 
Môn: TIẾNG ANH; Khối A1 và Khối D1 
Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề 
 Mã đề thi 869 
Họ, tên thí sinh:.......................................................................... 
Số báo danh:............................................................................ 
ĐỀ THI GỒM 80 QUESTIONS (TỪ QUESTION 1 ĐẾN QUESTION 80) 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the 
following questions. 
Question 1: Neither Tom nor his brothers ______ willing to help their mother with the housework. 
A. was B. is C. are D. has been 
Question 2: That cannot be a true story. He ______ it up. 
A. must have made B. should have made C. would have made D. can have made 
Question 3: She was ______ angry that she could not say a word. 
A. so B. such C. too much D. so many 
Question 4: They are having their house ______ by a construction company. 
A. to paint B. painted C. being painted D. painting 
Question 5: The police have begun an ______ into the accident which happened this afternoon. 
A. investigation B. investigating C. investigatory D. investigate 
Question 6: This carpet really needs ______. Can you do it for me, son? 
A. cleaning B. cleaned C. being cleaned D. clean 
Question 7: Parts of the country are suffering water ______ after the unusually dry summer. 
A. thirst B. shortage C. supply D. hunger 
Question 8: My teacher reminded me ______ my essay carefully before handing it in. 
A. checking B. to check C. to have checked D. checked 
Question 9: Sarah: “Oh my God, I’ve missed my bus.” 
 Christ: “______. Another will come here in ten minutes.” 
A. Thank you B. Don’t mention it C. I hope so D. Don’t worry 
Question 10: No sooner ______ my car than the alarm went off. 
A. the thief touched B. touched the thief 
C. the thief had touched D. had the thief touched 
Question 11: College students are becoming less dependent ______ their teachers. 
A. on B. of C. with D. to 
Question 12: Nowadays, most students use ______ calculators in their studies and examinations. 
A. electricity B. electric C. electronic D. electrical 
Question 13: I hope you will ______ notice of what I am going to tell you. 
A. keep B. gain C. take D. get 
Question 14: He gave ______ his job in order to go back to university. 
A. away B. out C. in D. up 
Question 15: Susan, remember to apply this sun cream ______ two hours. 
A. every B. several C. each D. some 
Question 16: Parts of the mountain road have been washed ______ after the floods. 
A. off B. away C. through D. out 
Question 17: There is a good film ______ TV tonight. Will you watch it? 
A. on B. in C. at D. from 
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Question 18: ______ he was tired, he still watched the final match on TV. 
A. Despite B. However C. Because D. Though 
Question 19: Jack: “What’s wrong with you?” 
 Jill: “______.” 
A. I’m having a slight headache B. No, I don’t care 
C. Yes, I was tired yesterday D. Thank you very much 
Question 20: How long ago ______ to learn French? 
A. did you start B. were you starting C. have you started D. would you start 
Question 21: Spain has won the championship, ______ is not surprising. 
A. that B. how C. which D. what 
Question 22: Instead of staying around the house all day, you should be out there looking ______ a job. 
A. at B. into C. after D. for 
Question 23: I’d rather you ______ to the English-speaking club with me this Sunday. 
A. will come B. to come C. come D. came 
Question 24: Mary: “Do you mind if I sit here?” 
 Laura: “______” 
A. No, not at all. B. My pleasure. C. Yes, why not? D. Don’t mention it. 
Question 25: The teacher said that I would be able to speak English fluently ______ six months. 
A. since B. by C. in D. till 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase OPPOSITE in 
meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions. 
Question 26: She was unhappy that she lost contact with a lot of her old friends when she went 
abroad to study. 
A. made room for B. put in charge of C. got in touch with D. lost control of 
Question 27: His boss has had enough of his impudence, and doesn't want to hire him any more. 
A. respect B. agreement C. obedience D. rudeness 
Read the following passage on climate change, and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer 
sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 28 to 37. 
Experts in climatology and other scientists are becoming extremely concerned about the changes 
to our climate which are taking place. Admittedly, climate changes have occurred on our planet 
before. For example, there have been several ice ages or glacial periods. 
These climatic changes, however, were different from the modern ones in that they occurred 
gradually and, as far as we know, naturally. The changes currently being monitored are said to be the 
result not of natural causes, but of human activity. Furthermore, the rate of change is becoming 
alarmingly rapid. 
The major problem is that the planet appears to be warming up. According to some experts, this 
warming process, known as global warming, is occurring at a rate unprecedented in the last 10,000 
years. The implications for the planet are very serious. Rising global temperatures could give rise to 
such ecological disasters as extremely high increases in the incidence of flooding and of droughts. 
These in turn could have a harmful effect on agriculture. 
It is thought that this unusual warming of the Earth has been caused by so-called greenhouse gases, 
such as carbon dioxide, being emitted into the atmosphere by car engines and modern industrial 
processes, for example. Such gases not only add to the pollution of the atmosphere, but also create a 
greenhouse effect, by which the heat of the sun is trapped. This leads to the warming up of the planet. 
Politicians are also concerned about climate change and there are now regular summits on the 
subject, attended by representatives from around 180 of the world's industrialized countries. Of these 
summits, the most important took place in Kyoto in Japan in 1997. There it was agreed that the most 
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industrialized countries would try to reduce the volume of greenhouse gas emissions and were given 
targets for this reduction of emissions. 
It was also suggested that more forests should be planted to create so-called sinks to absorb 
greenhouse gases. At least part of the problem of rapid climate change has been caused by too drastic 
deforestation. 
Sadly, the targets are not being met. Even more sadly, global warnings about climate changes are 
often still being regarded as scaremongering. 
 (From Read and Understand 2 by Betty Kirkpatrick & Rebecca Mok - Learners Publishing Pte Ltd 2005) 
Question 28: According to the passage, in what way did the climate changes in the ice ages differ 
from the modern ones? 
A. They occurred naturally over a long period of time. 
B. They were partly intended. 
C. They were wholly the result of human activity. 
D. They were fully monitored by humans. 
Question 29: The word “alarmingly” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ______. 
A. disapprovingly B. disappointingly C. surprisingly D. worryingly 
Question 30: According to the passage, agriculture could ______. 
A. make the global warming more serious 
B. be indirectly affected by the global temperature rises 
C. give rise to many ecological disasters 
D. be directly damaged by the rises in global temperature 
Question 31: Greenhouse gases cause the warming up of the Earth because they ______. 
A. are emitted by car engines B. trap heat from the sun 
C. do not add to atmosphere pollution D. are unusual gases 
Question 32: According to the passage, 1997 witnessed ______. 
A. the largest number of summits on the subject of climate change 
B. the most important summit on climate change taking place in Kyoto, Japan 
C. the highest attendance by representatives from 180 industrialised countries 
D. widespread concern about climate change 
Question 33: It can be inferred from the passage that the countries which are mainly responsible for global 
warming are ______. 
A. countries with the warmest climate B. developing countries 
C. developed countries D. the most industrialised countries 
Question 34: The word “There” in paragraph 5 refers to ______. 
A. the world’s industrialised countries B. regular summits on climate change 
C. the most industrialised countries D. the 1997 summit in Kyoto, Japan 
Question 35: Which of the following is NOT true, according to the passage? 
A. Carbon dioxide is one of the gases that may cause the so-called greenhouse effect. 
B. The so-called sinks created by forests can absorb greenhouse gases. 
C. The problem of rapid climate change has been caused mainly by deforestation. 
D. Politicians are among those who are concerned about climate change. 
Question 36: The word “drastic” in paragraph 6 is closest in meaning to ______. 
A. hard B. severe C. widespread D. obvious 
Question 37: What is probably the writer’s attitude toward global warming? 
A. Optimistic B. Pessimistic C. Neutral D. Positive 
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Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the 
correct word or phrase for each of the blanks from 38 to 47. 
The popular image of student life is of young people with few responsibilities enjoying themselves 
and (38)______ very little work. This is often not true. Many older people now study at college or 
university, sometimes (39)______ a part-time basis while having a job and looking after a family. 
These students are often (40)______ motivated and work very hard. 
Younger students are often thought to be lazy and careless about money but this (41)______ is 
changing. In Britain reduced government support for higher education means that students can no 
longer rely on having their expenses (42)______ for them. Formerly, students received a grant 
towards their living expenses. Now most can only get a loan (43)______ has to be paid back. Since 
1999 they have paid over £1 000 towards tuition (44)______ and this amount will increase up to a 
maximum of £3 000. In the US students already (45)______ pay for tuition and room and board. 
Many get a financial aid package which may (46)______ grants, scholarships and loans. The fear of 
having large debts places (47)______ pressure on students and many take part-time jobs during the 
term and work full-time in the vacations. 
 (Extracted from Oxford Guide to British and American Culture – Oxford Advanced Learner’s Compass) 
Question 38: A. producing B. doing C. making D. carrying 
Question 39: A. on B. with C. for D. at 
Question 40: A. mainly B. absolutely C. highly D. adequately 
Question 41: A. position B. condition C. state D. situation 
Question 42: A. to pay B. pay C. paying D. paid 
Question 43: A. who B. what C. which D. whether 
Question 44: A. charge B. allowances C. money D. fees 
Question 45: A. had better B. may C. have to D. should 
Question 46: A. consist B. belong C. include D. compose 
Question 47: A. large B. generous C. considerate D. considerable 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase CLOSEST in 
meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions. 
Question 48: Don’t be concerned about your mother’s illness; she’ll recover soon. 
A. worried about B. angry with C. surprised at D. embarrassed at 
Question 49: A special exhibition of Indian art will be opened at the National Museum next month. 
A. music B. show C. painting D. programme 
Question 50: Traffic began to flow normally again after the accident. 
A. with the same speed B. strangely and irregularly 
C. repeatedly in different modes D. in the usual or ordinary way 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in 
meaning to each of the following questions. 
Question 51: I have never used a more fascinating MP3 player than this one. 
A. I am very fascinated by the MP3 player I am using. 
B. This MP3 player does not fascinate me much. 
C. Like the other MP3 players, this one is fascinating to me. 
D. This is the most fascinating MP3 player I have ever used. 
Question 52: I think it is more enjoyable to play a sport than to watch it on TV. 
A. I think watching a sport on TV is more enjoyable than playing it. 
B. In my opinion, to play a sport is more enjoyable than to watch it on TV. 
C. In my view, playing a sport is as enjoyable as watching it on TV. 
D. As far as I know, more people watch a sport on TV than they play it. 
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Question 53: “May I see your passport, Mrs Scott?” said the customs officer. 
A. The customs officer promised to show Mrs Scott his passport. 
B. The customs officer asked to see Mrs Scott’s passport. 
C. The customs officer suggested seeing Mrs Scott’s passport. 
D. The customs officer asked Mrs Scott to see his passport. 
Question 54: “Trust me! Do not invest all your money in one company,” said my friend. 
A. My friend encouraged me to invest all my money in one company. 
B. My friend offered to help me to invest all my money in one company. 
C. My friend persuaded me not to invest all my money in one company. 
D. My friend ordered me to invest all my money in one company. 
Question 55: Take this route and you will get to the village. 
A. There is no doubt that this route will never lead you to the village. 
B. Although this route may lead you to the village, you cannot take it. 
C. Certainly, you will get to the village if you take this route. 
D. Unless you take this route, you will get to the village. 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that has the underlined 
part pronounced differently from the rest in each of the following questions. 
Question 56: A. sensitive B. reserve C. supply D. universal 
Question 57: A. determined B. started C. survived D. maintained 
Question 58: A. teaching B. repeat C. weather D. treatment 
Question 59: A. maximum B. population C. documentary D. stimulate 
Question 60: A. attain B. faithful C. certain D. plain 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the 
following questions. 
Question 61: ______ that she does not want to stay any longer. 
A. Homesick though Beth may feel B. So homesick does Beth feel 
C. Beth feels such homesick D. A little homesick does Beth feel 
Question 62: It is believed ______. 
A. that Alice is a talented ballet dancer 
B. how is Alice a talented ballet dancer 
C. why is Alice such a talented ballet dancer 
D. when Alice to become a talented ballet dancer 
Question 63: ______, the less polluted the environment will be. 
A. The fewer landfills we have B. The more polluted landfills will be 
C. The more landfills are there D. The less landfills are polluted 
Question 64: Switch off all the lights ______. 
A. after you will leave the room B. by the time you enter the room 
C. until you enter the room D. before you leave the room 
Question 65: I have two sisters, ______. 
A. both of whom are nurses B. most of whom are nurses 
C. most of them are nurses D. one of them are nurses 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs 
correction. 
Question 66: In spite of the heavy rain, all we enjoyed the excursion. 
 A B C D 
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Question 67: Opened the letter from her boyfriend, she felt extremely excited. 
 A B C D 
Question 68: Wood is an excellent resource for heating homes, cooking food, and build houses. 
 A B C D 
Question 69: A dolphin can communicate with other by making distinctive sounds. 
 A B C D 
Question 70: The children wish that they have more free time to play football. 
 A B C D 
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 71 to 80. 
One of the factors contributing to the intense nature of twenty-first-century stress is our continual 
exposure to media – particularly to an overabundance of news. If you feel stressed out by the news, 
you are far from alone. Yet somehow many of us seem unable to prevent ourselves from tuning in to 
an extreme degree. 
The further back we go in human history, the longer news took to travel from place to place, and 
the less news we had of distant people and lands altogether. The printing press obviously changed all 
that, as did every subsequent development in transportation and telecommunication. 
When television came along, it proliferated like a population of rabbits. In 1950, there were 
100,000 television sets in North American homes; one year later there were more than a million. 
Today, it’s not unusual for a home to have three or more television sets, each with cable access to 
perhaps over a hundred channels. News is the subject of many of those channels, and on several of 
them it runs 24 hours a day. 
What’s more, after the traumatic events of September 11, 2001, live newscasts were paired with 
perennial text crawls across the bottom of the screen – so that viewers could stay abreast of every 
story all the time. 
Needless to say, the news that is reported to us is not good news, but rather disturbing images and 
sound bytes alluding to disaster (natural and man-made), upheaval, crime, scandal, war, and the like. 
Compounding the problem is that when actual breaking news is scarce, most broadcasts fill in with 
scare stories about things that possibly might threaten our health, safety, finances, relationships, 
waistline, hairline, or very existence in the future. This variety of story tends to treat with equal alarm 
a potentially lethal flu outbreak and the bogus claims of a wrinkle cream that overpromises smooth 
skin. 
Are humans meant to be able to process so much trauma – not to mention so much overblown 
anticipation of potential trauma – at once? The human brain, remember, is programmed to slip into 
alarm mode when danger looms. Danger looms for someone, somewhere at every moment. Exposing 
ourselves to such input without respite and without perspective cannot be anything other than a 
source of chronic stress. 
 (Extracted from The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Beating Stress by Arlene Matthews Uhl - Penguin Group 2006) 
Question 71: According to the passage, which of the following has contributed to the intense nature of 
twenty-first-century stress? 
A. An overabundance of special news B. The degree to which stress affects our life 
C. Our inability to control ourselves D. Our continual exposure to the media 
Question 72: In the past, we had less news of distant people and lands because ______. 
A. means of communication and transportation were not yet invented 
B. the printing press changed the situation too slowly 
C. printing, transportation, and telecommunications were not developed 
D. most people lived in distant towns and villages 
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Question 73: The pronoun “them” in paragraph 3 refers to ______. 
A. TV channels B. television sets C. TV news D. cable access 
Question 74: The word “traumatic” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to ______. 
A. boring B. fascinating C. upsetting D. exciting 
Question 75: According to the passage, when there is not enough actual breaking news, broadcasts 
______. 
A. are full of dangerous diseases such as flu 
B. send out live newscasts paired with text across the screen 
C. send out frightening stories about potential dangers 
D. are forced to publicise an alarming increase in cr

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