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72. The publisher John Newbery is principally known for which of the following reasons?
A He produced and sold books written by Maria Edgeworth.
B He had more influence on children American children's literature than any other publisher
C He published books aimed at amusing children rather than instructing them.
D He was commercially minded and cheerful.
73. The word "notwithstanding" in line 7 is closest in meaning to
A in spite of B in addition to C as a result of D as a part of
74. The word "they" in line 9 refers to
A children B Americans C books D vehicles
75. The word "allay" in line 11 is closest in meaning to
A. clarify B attack C. reduce D confirm
76. It can be inferred from the passage that American children's books sold before 1785 were almost always
A written by Maria Edgeworth
B attractive and interesting to children
C written by American authors
D intended only for religious and moral instruction
 



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Hung Yen Specialized High School
Name:.....................................
Class: ....................................
English Test for gifted students
grade 12th
( Time allowed: 120 minutes)
SECTION 1: LISTENING
Question 1- 5
Listen to the conversation and complete the notes below, using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS in each space.
Napoleon was born in 1769 on the island of Corsia. When he was ten, his father sent him to a (1)______ school. Napoleon w8as not a brilliant student but he excelled in (2)______ and military service. When he was 16 years old, he joined the French army. His military –brought him fame, power and riches. He became a (3)______ when he was only 24 and a few years later he became (4)______ of France. His coronation ceremony was at Notre Dame on (5)______ Napoleon won many military victories because his soldiers were ready to die for him. He was a great military leader.
Question 6-10
Indicate whether the following statements are true or not by writing:
T for a statement which is true; F for a statement which is false; N if the information is not given
6. Napoleon controlled all of Europe at one time
7. Austria and Russia fought fiercely against Napoleon, but England did not
8. Napoleon lost most of his soldiers when he attacked England
9. Napoleon died before he reached the age of fifty-two
10. He was married when he was very young.
SECTION 2: VOCABULARY
Question 11-20: Choose the word or phrase that is the best synonym for the underlined word in each sentence. Write your answers in your answer sheet.
11. Dr. Jones suggested that final examinations should be discontinued, an innovation I heartily support.
A. entrance
B. change
C. inner part
D. test
12. His new yatch is certainly an ostentatious display of his wealth.
A. ossified
B. showy
C. large
D. expensive
13. I’d rather stay in a hotel with all the amenities than camp in the woods
A. conveniences
B. friends
C. expenses
D. sports
14. He inherited a lucrative business from his father.
A. lucid
B. wealthy
C. losing
D. profitable
15. A domineering husband, he is the stereotype of a male chauvinist.
A. musician
B. fixed conception
C. disagreeable type
D. opposite
16. The hurricane caused great havoc in the islands.
A. winds
B. treatment
C. destruction
D. immersion
17. It is said that you can intimidate your enemies by speaking in a low voice and carrying a big stick.
A. frighten
B. attack
C. harass
D. make peace with
18. A computer may be used in the math classroom to implement the lesson.
A. implant
B. learn
C. entreat
D. carry out
19. Studying vocabulary can be an irksome task.
A. easy
B. pleasant
C. tedious
D. irate
20. The passengers on the boat were mesmerized by the motion of the sea.
A. paralyzed
B. hypnotized
C. nauseated
D. voiced
Question 21-30: Give the correct form if the words in brackets.
Dark black clouds in a dull sky meant one thing and one thing only: there was going to be a (21.thunder)….. Not one of us had brought an umbrella, or even a (22.rain)……. So when Jack suggested we should go to a museum, we all agreed immediately. As we had been (23. shop)………all morning we were now feeling very tired, it would be a (24. pleasant)………...to sit down. We took a bus and arrived just as large shops of rain were beginning to fall.
The museum was quite (25.desert)……and very peaceful. We sat down in the main hall and listened to the rain (26. beat)…….against the windows.
Suddenly, there was a great (27. disturb)……..at the (28. enter)……… a large party of schoolboys were (29. lead) ………in by a teacher. The poor man was trying to keep them quiet and threatening to punish them, but they did not pay the (30.slight)……. attention
Question 31-40: Fill in each blank with ONE suitable word.
Vitamins are substances required for the proper functioning of the body. In this century, thirteen vitamins have been (31)…………
A lack of any vitamins in a person’s body can cause illness. In some cases, an excess of vitamins can also (32)…………to illness. For example, sailors in the past were prone to (33)…………from scurvy that is a disease resulting from the lack of vitamin C. It causes bleeding of the gum, loss of teeth and skin rashes. Sailors suffer from scurvy because they did not eat fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables (34)…………vitamin C which is necessary for good (35)…………
Vitamin B complex is composed of eight different vitamins. A lack of any of these vitamins will lead to different (36)…………For instance, a person who has too little vitamin B1 will suffer from beri-beri, a disease that causes heart problems and mental (37)…………A lack of vitamin B2 results in eye and skin problems while deficiency of vitamin B6 causes problems of the nervous system. Too little vitamin B12 will cause anemia. The (38)…………that vitamin deficiencies caused certain diseases led doctors to cure people suffering from these illnesses by giving them doses of the (39)……...vitamins.
Today, vitamins are (40)…………in the form of pills and can easily be bought at any pharmacy.
SECTION 3: GRAMMAR
Question 41-50: The passage below contains 10grammatical or spelling mistakes. Underline the mistakes and correct them in the answer sheet.
Since the early 19th century, the number of published accounts of the openning of the American West has risen into the thousands. The greatest concentration of recorded experience and observation came out of the thirty year period between 1860 and 1890, an incredible era of violense greed, audacity and sentimentality. During that time, the culture and way of life of the American Indian was destroyed and out of that time came virtually all the great tails of the American West. Only occassionally was the voice of an Indian heard. Yet they are not all lost those Indian voices of the past. A few authentic accounts of this importan period of American history were recorded by Indians. Newspaper reporters frequently interviewed warriors and chiefs and gave them the oportunity to express their own opinions on what was happening. The quality of these interviews varied greatly, depending upon the wilingness of the Indians to speak freely or upon each interpreter’s ability. The Indians depended on imagery to express their thoughts. With a good interpreter, an Indians words could be made to sound poetic but with a poor interpreter, they might sound flat.
41………………….
42…………………..
43………………….
44…………………..
45…………………..
46…………………..
47…………………..
48…………………..
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50…………………..
Question 51-60: Fill each gap in the following sentences with one of the prepositions or particles in the box. Some of them may be used for more than once.
with in to at from
51. Stability of government is beneficial…………..any nation.
52. His efforts have been crowned………..success.
53. Why should you be displeased……….the fun of the children?
54. These families are distinct…………..one another
55. I’m disgusted………the sight of the opium-smoking den
56. I feel very thankful……..my old friend for giving me this appointment
57. He showed himself sympathetic……….my difficulties.
58. Be temperate….speech as well as……….eating and drinking.
59. His illness has reduced him……a skeleton.
60. Rewards should be proportionate……..merit.
Question 61-70: Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:
Dear Ann,
You (61. be) free to come to dinner here on Saturday next at 8.00? My brother Paul (62.come) and (bring) a friend of his called Tom Edwards. You (63.not meet) Tom but I think you (64.like) him. He is an assistant stage manager at the Gate Theatre and (65.be able) to tell you about the actors. Paul says Tom receives hardly any salary and often does not get enough to eat, so he (66.ask) me to have roast beef and Yorkshire pudding for dinner, with apple dumpling to follow. He probably (67.ring) up between now and Saturday, to say that it (68.be) a good idea to start with a substantial soup, such as oxtail! I know you do not usually eat heavy three-course meals of this type, but I hope the conversation will not be so heavy. Anyway, come if you can.
Love
Mary
PS. The bus 14 (69.pass) the door as you probably remember, and Paul (70.give) you a lift home.
SECTION 4: READING COMPREHENSION
Question 71-80:
After 1785, the production of children's books in the Untied States increased but remained largely reprints of British books, often those published by John Newbery, the first publisher to produce books aimed primarily at diverting a child audience. Ultimately, however, it was not the cheerful, commercial-minded ...
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