250 câu trắc nghiệm về từ vựng ôn thi thpt quốc gia 2016 môn Tiếng Anh



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250 câu trắc nghiệm về từ vựng ôn thi THPT Quốc gia 2016 môn Tiếng Anh

  1. The house was burgled while the family was in a card game.

    1. buried B. busy C. absorbed D. helping

  1. I am sorry that I can’t your invitation.

    1. take B. except C. agree D. accept

  2. what he says, he wasn’t even there when the crime was committed.

    1. Following B. According to C. Hearing D. meaning




  1. he has impressed his employers considerably and he is soon to be promoted.

    1. nevertheless B. accordingly C. yet D. eventually

  2. He gave his listeners a vivid of his journey through Peru.

    1. account B. tale C. communication D. plot

  3. Will you be taking my precious experience into when you fix my salary?

    1. possession B. account C. mind D. scale

  4. The policeman stopped him when he was driving home and him of speeding.

    1. charged B. accused C. blamed D. arrested

  5. His stomach began to because of the bad food he had eaten.

    1. pain B. harm C. be hurt D. ache

  6. If you money to mine, we shall have enough.

    1. add B. combine C. unite D. bank

  1. he was full of for her bravery.




    1. energy B. admiration C. surprise D. pride

  1. This ticket one person to the show.

    1. permits B. enters C. delivers D. admits

  2. The cow had lost its own calf. but the farmer persuaded it to one whose mother had died.

    1. choose B. adopt C. undertake D. collect

  3. If we the plan you suggest, we are more likely to be successful.

    1. elect B. command C. vote D. adopt

  4. Science has made great during the past 30 years.

    1. motions B. advances C. advantages D. opportunities

  5. He was a much older tennis player but he had the great of experience.

    1. advantage B. deal C. value D. profit

  6. I had quite on my way to work this morning.

    1. an experiment B. an adventure C. a happening D. an affair

  7. He always studies the in the paper as he wants to find a good second-hand car.

    1. advertisements B. publicity C. announcements D. publication

  8. On my present salary, I just can’t a car which costs over $3.000.

    1. pretend B. elect C. afford D. adopt

  9. The girl’s father to buy her a car if she passed her examination.

    1. admitted B. accepted C. agreed D. approved

  1. They are twins and look very .




    1. alike B. same C. likely D. identical

  1. As a result of their the three small independent countries felt less afraid of their powerful neighbour.

    1. combination B. alliance C. partnership D. union

  2. When he was a student, his father gave him a monthly towards his expenses.

    1. salary B. permission C. allowance D. wage

  1. Is anyone to fish in this river?




    1. borne B. allowed C. admitted D. passed

  1. His had always been to become an architect.

    1. study B. ambition C. imagination D. direction

  2. The of ice-cream sold increases sharply in the summer months.

    1. account B. amount C. number D. size

  3. If you are bitten by a poisonous snake. it is necessary to be given an as quickly as possible.

    1. analgesic B. antibiotic C. antiseptic D. antidote

  4. I’ m to get the tickets for the show today, as there are hardly any left.

    1. worried B. curious C. anxious D. troubled

  5. The child was told to for being rude to his uncle.

    1. excuse B. apologize C. punish D. confess

  6. He is a very old man but in fact he is only fifty.

    1. apparently B. evidently C. obviously D. actually

  7. As a result of the radio for help for the earthquake victims, over a million pounds has been raised.

    1. appeal B. call C. programme D. advertisement

  8. Let me know if any difficulties .

    1. arise B. come C. rise D. happen

  9. Could you please an appointment for me to see Mr. Smith?

    1. manage B. arrange C. take D. have

  10. The police her for helping the murderer to escape.

    1. caught B. searched C. brought D. arrested

  11. When John in London he went to see the Houses of Parliament.

    1. came B. reached C. arrived D. got

  12. I read an interesting in a newspaper about farming today.

    1. article B. advertisement C. composition D. explanation

  13. Students are expected to their classes regularly.

    1. assist B. frequent C. attend D. present

  14. Before you sign anything important, pay careful to all the conditions.

    1. notice B. attention C. regards D. reference

  15. In the central region the dry season is long and severe, and the annual rainfall is only about 70 cm.

    1. refreshing B. general C. average D. greatest

  16. The bicycle was moving so fast that its rider could not an accident.

    1. leave B. avoid C. miss D. overtake

  17. As soon as the children were , their mother got them out of bed and into the bathroom.

    1. woke B. wake C. awake D. waken

  18. This is not big enough to cut down a tree.

    1. axe B. hammer C. screw D. knife

  19. In the market, the merchants and joked with their friends and neighbours.

    1. bargained B. gardened C. bearded D. changed

  20. He couldn’t the thought of leaving his home town for ever.

    1. think B. bear C. carry D. hold

  21. The room was so quiet that she could hear the of her heart.

    1. beating B. tapping C. knocking D. striking

  22. Through a mixture of greed and intelligence, he has the biggest landowner in the whole district.

    1. grown B. developed C. become D. increased

  23. The damage done to my house by the fire has now .

    1. done good B. been made good C. made me good D. been for good

  24. The children will not be allowed to come with us if they don’t themselves better.

    1. direct B. behave C. declare D. compose

  25. He has adopted three orphans his own six children so that, all together, he has nine children to provide

for. t

    1. besides B. except C. beside D. in place of

  1. The two scientists disagreed and a argument developed.

    1. wet B. bitter C. salty D. sour

  2. The weather was the exceptionally poor harvest.

    1. blamed for B. condemned for C. accused of D. criticized for

  3. If you are so senseless as to go on long walks in tight fitting shoes, you must expect to get .

    1. scars B. bruises C. blisters D. spots

  4. After lunch I felt enough to ask my boss for rise.

    1. strong B. bold C. encouraged D. bald

  5. It is a very popular play, and it would be wise seats well in advance.

    1. occupy B. book C. buy D. preserve

  6. She began to feel nervous when the train pulled up at the between Austria and Yugoslavia.

    1. edge B. bar C. border D. division

  7. When the bill came, he had to money from his brother to pay it.

    1. borrow B. lend C. loan D. let

  8. The toy boat turned over and sank to the of the pool.

    1. basis B. bottom C. ground D. depth

  9. The ball two or three times before rolling down the slope.

    1. bounced B. sprang C. leapt D. skipped

  10. The bus ran over the cliff because its failed.

    1. brakes B. controls C. gears D. signals

  11. The of the bank where he worked was not in the centre of the city.

    1. seat B. quarter C. branch D. piece

  1. Large waves were on the seashore.




    1. going B. running C. hitting D. breaking

  1. up children properly is mainly their parents’ duty.

    1. Rearing B. Breeding C. Raising D. Bringing

  2. Several prisoners from their guards and escaped.

    1. broke away B. broke out C. broke through D. broke down

  3. The specialist was under so much stress that he finally .

    1. broke off B. broke down C. broke out D. broke in

  4. Well-mannered children have usually been properly by their parents.

    1. raised up B. borne up C. brought up D. put up

  5. The audience waited until the curtain had risen and then into applause.

    1. flooded B. cheered C. started D. burst

  6. When she heard from the hospital the father had died, she into tears.

    1. burst B. exploded C. fell D. melted

  7. If you put too many potatoes in that paper-bag it will .

    1. explode B. crack C. burst D. overcrowd

  8. Every day thousands of fly the Atlantic for negotiations withAmerican firms.

    1. merchants B. dealers C. businessmen D. tradesmen

  9. As there was a power cut in the hospital, the surgeon had to the operation.

    1. call for B. call on C. call off D. call out

  10. The book two weeks ago.

    1. came across B. came by C. came into D. came out

  11. The country has a system of , most of which date from the nineteenth century.

    1. channels B. rivers C. streams D. canals

  12. As we wait no longer for the delivery of your order, we have to it.

    1. postpone B. refuse C. return D. cancel

  1. He’s not of learning German in six months.




    1. interested B. inclined C. able D. capable

  1. Bill doesn’t what people say about him.

    1. care B. matter C. disturb D. depend

  2. Do you mind if I with my work while you are getting tea ready?

    1. turn to B. carry out C. come on D. carry on

  3. He spoke so quickly that I didn’t what he said.

    1. receive B. accept C. listen D. catch

  4. The flat we have rented is very for the underground station.

    1. convenient B. suitable C. comfortable D. distant

  5. It isn’t quite that he will be present at the meeting.

    1. right B. exact C. certain D. formal

  6. If your bicycle comes off, it is almost impossible te put it back on without getting oil on your hands.

    1. ring B. belt C. steel D. chain

  7. If you ever have the to go abroad to work, you should take it.

    1. possibility B. offer C. chance D. event

  8. The fog made it difficult for the driver to see when the traffic lights .

    1. adjusted B. moved C. changed D. removed

  9. How much would you for repairing my watch?

    1. charge B. cost C. spend D. demand

  10. he was with murder.




    1. accused B. charged C. sentenced D. convicted

  1. lawyers often make higher for their work than they should.

    1. charges B. prices C. costs D. rents

  2. The customs officer didn’t bother to our luggage.

    1. control B. check C. discover D. glance

  3. Some of the older villagers prefer to tobacco rather than to smoke it.

    1. munch B. crunch C. chew D. gnaw

  4. The autumn air felt so she went to fetch a coat.

    1. cool B. chill C. tepid D. chilly

  5. I’m afraid you have no but to come along with us.

    1. permission B. choice C. selection D. election

  6. Her husband felt it would be silly to the colour of the curtains before they had painted the room.

    1. change B. find C. choose D. lose

  7. The terrified hunter, in the arms of a huge bear, fought desperately to loosen its grip.

    1. clutched B. clasped C. grasped D. clinging

  8. I shall never manage to beat John at tennis; we are clearly not in the same .

    1. set B. band C. class D. order

  9. The teacher the harder parts of the story.

    1. cleared away B. cleared out C. cleared up D. cleared off

  10. The sky looks lighter. I think the weather is .

    1. clearing away B. clearing C. bettering D. clearing up

  11. He wrote his name and carefully at the top of the paper.

    1. largely B. attentively C. obviously D. clearly

  12. These trees cannot be grown in such a cold as ours.

    1. weather B. climate C. season D. space

  13. He took a with him to clean the windscreen of his car.

    1. garment B. cloth C. clothing D. towel

  14. As the fat man sat down, the deck chair under him, with a loud noise of tearing canvas.

    1. fell B. fainted C. sank D. collapsed

  15. He always wore a shirt with an open .

    1. colour B. tie C. collar D. tail

  16. The presently accepted theory of light some of the ideas of both earlier theories.

    1. designs B. composes C. reacts D. combines

  17. Very few scientists with completely new answers to the world’s problems.

    1. come to B. come round C. come up D. come in

  18. If you have a to make about the food, I am willing to listen.

    1. dislike B. trouble C. complaint D. discontent

  19. He said he had every in his secretary; she would do the right thing.

    1. belief B. dependence C. knowledge D. confidence

  20. She was afraid that unless the train speeded up sle would lose lose her to Scotland.

    1. ticket B. seat C. carriage D. connection

  21. Tom was a highly teacher who took his duties seriously but he had neither the personality nor ability to achieve much success.

    1. conscientious B. efficient C. capable D. talented

  22. I was not that I had cut myself until I saw the blood all over my hand .

    1. familiar B. awake C. astonished D. conscious

  23. She has lost her handbag with the sum of $1300 in it.

    1. extraordinary B. considerable C. valuable D. worthwhile

  24. I have always you my best friend.

    1. regarded B. considered C. trusted D. hoped

  25. She opened the packet and emptied the into a saucepan.

    1. fullness B. container C. refills D. contents

  26. The road lay ahead of him, a(n) grey line stretching to the horizon. A, continual B. constant C. eternal D. continuous

  27. In the capitalist countries, the rising of living is as hard on country families as on city families.

    1. amount B. cost C. expense D. price

  28. There was a of parchment as the solicitor unrolled the will written on it.

    1. rattle B. crackle C. creak D. clink

  29. They lay almost flat and through the tubelike underground passage.

    1. crouched B. crawled C. glided D. scrambled

  1. You should iron out the in that dress.




    1. creases B. pleats C. folds D. wrinkles

  1. A narrow road the stream to the other side of the park.

    1. joins B. crosses C. unites D. jumps

  2. After a tiring by boat, we reached the island.

    1. course B. crossing C. sail D. motion

  3. Her skirt had been so in packing that she had to iron it before going out.

    1. faded B. torn C. dirty D. crushed

  4. If I take this medicine twice a day, it should my cold.

    1. heal B. cure C. restore D. recover

  5. The new car at the motor-show was a very shape.

    1. curious B. formal C. large D. broad

  6. The headlights of the approaching car were so that the cyclist had to stop riding.

    1. gleaming B. dazzling C. blazing D. glittering

  7. People who live in a small village are bound to see a good of each other.

    1. quantity B. deal C. amount D. degree

  8. When he was questioned about the missing ring, he firmly that he had even seen it.

    1. defied B. accused C. refused D. denied

  9. When the other car hit mine, it made a huge in my rear bumper.

    1. hollow B. depression C. mark D. dent

  10. On Sunday the business centre of the city was usually quite .

    1. deserted B. unpopular C. unattended D. alone

  11. Ann is so to succeed that I am sure nothing will stop her.

    1. determined B. willing C. patient D. obvious

  12. The hall seemed lit after the bright sunshine outside.

    1. faintly B. vaguely C. obscurely D. dimly

  13. As one of the four of the company, he often had to attend Board meetings.

    1. managers B. directors C. headmasters D. governors

  14. The rainbow as the sun came fully out from behind the clouds.

    1. dissolved B. resigned C. retired D. disappeared

  15. She felt very when her husband forgot her birthday.

    1. deceived B. deserted C. disappointed D. desperate

  16. High interest rates people in capitalist countries from borrowing money.

    1. discourage B. decrease C. disgust D. disturb

  17. Weeks later he had still not found a job and he began to feel .

    1. disappointed B. disengaged C. displaced D. discouraged

  18. Some useful ideas were suggested while the social committee was the club’s programme for the coming season.

A, arguing about B. discussing C. quarrelling D. having a debate on

  1. The cat showed her for the stale fish by turning her back on it.

    1. distress B. disgust C. disgrace D. despair

  2. He often forgets to do what he has been told and is scolded for being .

    1. insolent B. impertinent C. malicious D. disobedient

  1. Please sign your name here on the line.




    1. spaced B. dotted C. stopped D. straightened

  1. He criticised everything and everybody and even ran his few friends.

    1. up B. into C. down D. over

  2. When he heard the bad news, he broke completely.

    1. away B. in C. down D. out

  3. The carriage was by four horses.

    1. rolled B. pushed C. driven D. drawn

  4. I dislike going to the dentist as he uses the on my teeth.

    1. pick B. pin C. probe D. drill

  5. There is something wrong with his vocal chords and as a result, he had always been .

    1. silent B. dumb C. quiet D. deaf

  1. When he beat the carpet, the rose in clouds.

t

    1. dust B. soil C. mud D. powder

  1. When I came through the customs at the airport, I had to pay on a clock I had bought.

    1. taxes B. duty C. rates D. allowance

  2. You won’t find a greater variety of flowers anywhere else on .

    1. ground B. earth C. floor D. worlds

  3. We couldn’t cut the string because the of the knife was not sharp enough.

    1. edging B. edge C. border D. front

  4. You can do it if you want to, but in my opinion it’s not worth the it involves.

    1. effort B. attempt C. force D. strength

  5. An ambulance must have priority as it usually has to deal with some kind of .

    1. urgency B. pressure C. extremity D. emergency

  6. The sun the growth of plants. t

    1. supplies B. makes C. encourages D. effects

  7. When can the students for next year’s evening classes?

    1. enroll B. join C. inscribe D. subscribe

  8. You must have the examination before Friday, so bring your money to the office as soon as possible.

    1. passed B. enrolled for C. sat for D. entered for

  9. He knows so much about the stars that I am sure it would be impossible to find his .

    1. same B. similar C. equal D. reflection

  10. On summer many English men work in their gardens when they come home from work.

    1. eves B. evenings C. nights D. periods

  11. I him to arrive in time for dinner.

    1. hope for B. attend C. expect D. wait for

  12. I sat near the entrance for a long time him, but he didn’t arrive.

    1. expecting B. attending C. waiting D. excepting

  13. he hoped the appointment would enable him to gain greater in publishing.

    1. experience B. work C. jobs D. employment

  14. The information-office at the station that all trains were running about one hour behind time.

    1. advertised B. decided C. explained D. promised

  15. I could tell he was surprised from the on his face.

    1. appearance B. shock C. sight D. expression

  16. Because the company was doing more business, it was necessary to the factory.

    1. extend B. increase C. broaden D. magnify

  17. The garden as far as the river.

    1. advances B. extends C. develops D. enlarges

  18. The plain occupies the west, south and central parts of the continent, though considerable variations are to be found over so an area.

    1. expensive B. expansive C. extensive D. defensive

  19. Because of the strong sun Mrs. William’s new dining-room curtains from dark blue to grey within a

year.


    1. faded B. fainted C. paled D. bleached

  1. Spies may have a number of names and papers.

    1. artificial B. synthetic C. false D. imitation

  2. Why can’t you do this small for me? I’ve helped you often enough in the past.

    1. demand B. effort C. favour D. influence

  3. The charged by the lawyer for his services was unusually high.

    1. fee B. fare C. debt D. hire

  4. A historical novel is a form of which may include many facts.

    1. legend B. fairy-tale C. fantasy D. fiction

  5. The gardener a bucket with water so that he could plant the vegetables.

    1. filled B. flowed C. stuffed D. piled

  6. My petrol tank was empty so I pulled into a garage to .

    1. fill up B. top up C. speed up D. blow up

  7. when there’s a doubt the examiner’s decision is .

    1. final B. definite C. fixed D. certain

  8. If present dissatisfaction over salaries continues the result will be loss of staff.

    1. lengthy B. near C. final D. far

  9. You direct me to the nearest garage? One of my tyres is . A, compressed B. depressed C. uneven D. flat

  10. The children thought that the cream was deliciously and they finished it all.

    1. famous B. flavoured C. hungered D. favourable

  11. A horse drives the from its body with its tail.

    1. wasps B. ants C. flies D. butterflies

  12. High in the sky a of birds was flying southward.

    1. pack B. swarm C. flock D. crowd

  13. I usually listen to the weather , though I have little faith in it.

    1. notice B. warning C. announcement D. forecast

  14. The children a line, then walked quietly into school.

    1. gathered B. stood C. formed D. performed

  15. Since his retirement, Peter Smith, who was a teacher, has written four novels.

    1. afterwards B. usually C. presently D. formerly

  16. With the invention of the train, man could travel overland without the need of horses.

    1. voluntarily B. freely C. independently D. readily

  17. A strong westerly flattened the standing corn though it brought no rain.

    1. gale B. blizzard C. hurricane D. breeze

  18. After his prolonged dive in search of the ring he emerged from the water .

    1. panting B. under his breath C. gasping for breath D. out of breath

  19. As the storm drew nearer, black clouds were over the sky.

    1. wondering B. gathering C. picking D. watering

  20. Mr and Mrs Green a party for their daughter’s twenty-first birthday.

    1. invited B. formed C. gave D. called

  21. The old lady couldn’t because she had rheumatism.

    1. get about B. get on C. get through D. get in

  22. He does not _ his fellow-workers and there are often disagreements between them.

    1. go on with B. put up with C. get on with D. get into touch with

  23. If we can our present difficulties, then everything should be all right.

    1. get off B. come across C. come over D. get over

  24. It is not for you to eat too much t

    1. kind B. good C. well D. useful

  25. You should be very to your teachers for their help

    1. thankful B. grateful C. considerate D. gracious

  26. The peasants’ many resulting from ill-treat-ment by their landlords led finally to rebellion.

    1. griefs B. grumbles C. grievances D. complaints

  27. They have a future ahead with little comfort, food or hope.

    1. grim B. pessimistic C. fierce D. violent

  28. The old man got into the of storing money under the bed.

    1. tradition B. manner C. harvest D. habit

  29. Most things are now mass-produced rather than .

    1. hand-made B. by hand C. single D. selected

  30. Be careful how you that jug; It will break very easily.

    1. pour B. operate C. handle D. employ

  31. The of the clock showed that it was time for dinner.

    1. hands B. numbers C. fingers D. figures

  32. We suddenly saw the bus about to leave and had to run to catch it.

    1. hardly B. awkwardly C. hard D. strongly

  33. There’s no need to be frightened of the dog; he’s quite .

    1. eager B. weak C. cheerful D. harmless

  34. This year the farmers were just able to gather the before the fine weather came to an end.

    1. collection B. flower C. plant D. harvest

  1. It was a long time before the cut on my hand completely.

    1. healed B. sank C. improved D. repaired

  2. Dearer electricity will mean bills for most families.

    1. dear B. expensive C. hard D. heavy

t

  1. When you are riding a bicycle you should the handlebars firmly.

    1. handle B. hold C. hand D. control

  2. You are not allowed to use the after eleven o’clock at night, as it makes too much noise.

    1. signal B. horn C. bell D. alarm

  3. Wolves were mournfully in the nearby forest.

    1. barking B. snarling C. howling D. growling

  4. The lorry driver was badly when his lorry crashed into a wall.

    1. pained B. hurt C. hit D. damaged

  5. All the students were excited at the of a weekend sports competition.

    1. intention B. prize C. idea D. view

  6. You can my surprise when I heard the news.

    1. suppose B. think C. imagine D. believe

  7. Many of the earliest into the United States established large plantations.

    1. exiles B. immigrants C. emigrants D. entrants

  8. The judge said that he was by the high standards of performance by the riders.

    1. excited B. impressed C. interested D. imposed

  1. We paid the shopkeeper cash.

t

    1. in B. on C. by D. with

  1. The crowd stared at the giant and the dwarf as if they were monsters.

    1. credulous B. incredible C. incredulous D. creditable

  2. Tell your brother to come because it’s going rain in a minute or two.

    1. indoors B. outdoors C. within D. homewards

  1. I cut my finger on a rusty tin and it became badly .

t

    1. infected B. affected C. effected D. diseased

  1. Violent programmes on television may have a bad on children.

    1. affection B. pressure C. influence D. control

  2. he has always gone strange hobbies like collecting bottle-tops and inventing secret codes.

    1. into B. by C. in for D. through

  3. The local tourist bureau will send you about hotels in the area.

    1. knowledge B. information C. news D. notice

  4. The businessman proved to be an apparently well-behaved middle-aged man.

    1. offensive B. unoffending C. inoffensive D. innocent

  5. The use of plastics for shoes of leather has ruined shoe repairing as a business.

    1. although B. as well C. instead D. outside

  6. Where do you going for your holidays this year?

    1. intend B. expect C. pretend D. guess

  7. Now that he has retired, he lives partly on his pension and partly on the on his post office savings

account.

t


    1. income B. wages C. salary D. interest

  1. Be quiet! It’s rude to people when they are speaking.

    1. interfere B. interrupt C. prevent D. introduce

  2. During the the audience strolled and chatted in the foyer.

    1. gap B. pause C. space D. interval

  3. She looked everywhere for her book but had to return home without it.

    1. lastly B. at the end C. in the end D. at the last

  4. Sally married the Kennedy family.

    1. with B. to C. into D. among

  5. The boy’s allergy to dust caused his skin to .

    1. itch B. rub C. blemish D. flush

  6. I’m sorry I’m late, I was held up in a traffic .

    1. block B. crush C. jam D. group

  7. He hit the other boxer so hard that he broke his lower .

    1. chin B. wrist C. shoulder D. jaw

  8. Her mother had asked her to do several before she went out .

    1. labours B. works C. travels D. jobs

  9. When he makes a by car, he takes his family with him.

    1. course B. passage C. voyage D. journey

  10. I can’t advise you what to do: you must use your own .

    1. guesswork B. justice C. judgement D. ideal

  11. Because of the poor harvest, wheat prices have in the last six months.

    1. added B. jumped C. amounted D. gathered

  12. You couldn’t any secrets even for an hour in that llttle town.

    1. keep B. get C. learn D. hear

  13. The police had to the crow .

    1. keep to B. keep … under C. keep back D. keep … on

  14. I should like to touch with old friends but I have so little time.

    1. be out of B. be in C. keep in D. lose

  15. Shut the window and the cold .

    1. keep in B. keep … out C. keep down D. keep … behind

  16. You can your shorthand ability by taking notes in shorthand during lectures.

    1. keep on B. keep in C. keep up D. keep back

  17. It was after dark when the two children were both on the safe-crossing by a lorry.

  18. I cannot undo the in this piece of string.

    1. bunch B. lock C. knot D. tie

  19. of money prevented us from taking a holiday this year.

    1. Limit B. Freeze C. Emptiness D. Lack

  20. It was the longest film I’ve ever seen; it four hours.

    1. ended B. finished C. lasted D. stayed

  21. It is time to the table for dinner.

    1. place B. lay C. lay out D. put out

  22. After driving for five hours, the driver pulled into for a rest. A,

    1. a bypass B. a flyover C. a lay-by D. aroundabout




  1. The guide is a line of tourists through the narrow passage with the help of his torch.

    1. conducting B. bringing C. leading D. guiding

  2. She tried to out of the window to see the procession more clearly.

    1. bend B. curve C. bow D. lean

  3. She came to England for a year in order to the language.

    1. know B. become C. refresh D. learn

  4. I’m sorry but what he thinks is not of the importance to me.

    1. merest B. lowest C. worst D. least

  5. Are you going to attend Dr Barker’s on “Brain Electronics” tomorrow?

    1. conference B. lecture C. meeting D. discussion

  6. If the boy had the dog alone it wouldn’t have bitten him.

    1. set B. left C. put D. had




  1. Peter begged his neighbour to him five pounds until the weekend.

    1. lend B. supply C. provide D. hivre

  2. he offered to her a hand as the suitcase was too heavy for her to carry.

    1. lend B. show C. loan D. borrow

  3. You should have your eyes tested every year in case the of your spectacles need changing.

    1. glasses B. panes C. lenses D. prisms

  4. A long line of traffic had to wait at the until the train had passed.

    1. drawbridge B. junction C. level crossing D. subway

  5. There is a 20 minute parking here, so we must get back to the car very quickly.

    1. freedom B. limit C. allowance D. ability

  6. As he had no friends or relatives in the town, the traveller tried to find a somewhere.

    1. lodge B. landing C. lodging D. stay

  7. The police must now escaped convict in the surrounding counties.

    1. search B. look for C. look after D. investigate

  8. The children played in the park while their mother .

    1. looked at B. looked on C. looked over D. looked round

Đáp án

1-10

BBDAB

11-20

DBDBA

BACCA

21-30

DCBAA

31-40

ABDCA

CBCBC

41-50

BBABA

51-60

CBBCA

BAACD

61-70

ACCCD

71-80

DDDAD

DACDC

81-90

CDBCB

91-100

CCDDB

BDCDC

101-110

BBDDB

111-120 BBABB DBABB

121-130

BDCAD

131-140

DBDBC

CDDBA

141-150

CADCB

151-160

CAACD

ABCAC

161-170

ACDBC

171-180

CDCDB

ACBCA

181-190

ADACA

191-200 CDDAD BBCBC

201-210

AACCB

211-220 CCADB DCCAC

221-230

ACCBC

231-240

ACDCB CCDDD

241-250

CBCBB

251-260

CBBBC CBBBA







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