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K thi tuyn sinh lp 10 chuyn Trng Ph Thng Nng Khiu TP HCM 1

Nm hc 2013-2014 _ Mn: Ting Anh (Chuyn) _ blogchuyenanh.wordpress.com 2013

NM HC 2013-2014
MN: TING ANH (chuyn)


1. C (could not have
2. D (deadly)
3. D (consummate /
4. D (had won)
5. C (due to)
6. A (Like)
7. A (The rising tide)
8. A (outpatients
9. D (on and off / off
and on)
10. A (Sheer)
11. D
12. B
13. C
14. C
15. D
16. A
17. A
18. C
19. D
20. B
21. B
22. A
23. A
24. A
25. C
26. C
27. B
28. A
29. D
30. A
31. C
32. C
33. A
34. B
35. D
36. A
37. A
38. D
39. C
40. B
41. C
42. A
43. B
44. C
45. B
46. B
47. A
48. A
49. A
50. C
51. D
52. A
53. A
54. C
55. C
56. B
57. D
58. D
59. B
60. D
61. C
62. C
63. B
64. B
65. D
66. A
67. C
68. D
69. B
70. C
71. B
72. D
73. B
74. C
75. A
76. B
77. D
78. A
79. A
80. C
81. B
82. D
83. A
84. D
85. B
86. C
87. A
88. D
89. C
90. B
91. C
92. C
93. B
94. A
95. A
96. B
97. D
98. B
99. D
100. B

1. turn
2. took
3. accounted
4. pride
5. expression
6. yet
7. virtually
8. continued
9. arises
10. number
11. spurred
12. description
13. curb
14. against
15. dates
1. unilateral
2. erroneously
3. incessantly
4. spoon-fed
5. dissociate
6. dumbfounded
7. angst-ridden
8. uprising
9. dropouts
10. befriended
1. Lest she (should) spread infectious diseases, she is prohibited from importing animal products.
2. So great a hypocrite is he that in public he condemns smokers, while smoking a packet a day himself. /
So great is his hypocrite that in public he condemns smokers, while he smokes a packet a day himself.
3. Unlikely though/as you are to / may seem/be to believe, Ive never travelled abroad.
Unlikely though/as it is / may seem/be for you to believe, Ive never travelled abroad.
4. Jane and I hit it off immediately but I didnt like her husband.
5. Theirs was such a bad performance / so bad a performance in the semi-finals that they couldnt/didnt win the prize.
6. Susan wasnt to blame for the dog chewing your slipper.
7. No matter how often she warns her husband, he doesnt listen to her.
8. Before my arms give out, I cant do (any) more than twenty push-ups.
9. We had to cut our holiday short because of a strike threat from airport workers.
10. Entry to this area is strictly forbidden to anyone who is not wearing protective clothing.

K thi tuyn sinh lp 10 chuyn Trng Ph Thng Nng Khiu TP HCM 2
Nm hc 2013-2014 _ Mn: Ting Anh (Chuyn) _ blogchuyenanh.wordpress.com 2013
1. I have no liking for journalists / I take no liking to journalists / Journalists are not to my liking because I distrust their
2. Manys the time / Many a time I have found that products are faulty after Ive bought them.
3. Its not beyond the bounds of possibility that the looming crisis wont ever actually materialise.
4. The politician is alleged to have lied / to lie to the Prime Minister.
5. The president was clearly of the opinion (that) the ministers had not acted swiftly enough.
E. Model answer:
Healthcare and education are both essential services that can be extremely expensive and, as a result, unaffordable for those
on a limited budget. Nevertheless, it is important to establish just who is responsible for funding them. The health of a countrys
citizens is vitally important. Without adequate healthcare, people of all ages can become extremely ill and thus unable to earn a
living or take care of themselves. So it is essential for governments to provide well-equipped hospitals as well as highly trained
staff to run them. There is also a need for appropriate emergency services. Furthermore, without a good public education system,
people may find they are limited in their work choices. If education is not provided free to all, those born into poverty may find
themselves unable to rise above that level.
We may all wish for these essential services to be provided free of charge, but the government needs to obtain the funds for
them from somewhere. Even when they are provided free of charge, there has to be some ways of recouping the costs. One way of
acquiring the necessary funds is by imposing taxes. Alternatively, access to welfare can be means-tested and based on personal
levels of income. The irony is that, in democratic societies, it is often the political party that promises tax cuts that is elected to
It seems clear that poorer members of our society need this type of aid and if these costs are covered, at least partially, by the
government, then we need to accept that our taxes will be used to fund them.