Ktl-icon-tai-lieu

Tài liệu tiếng anh

Được đăng lên bởi nevertofarhc
Số trang: 3 trang   |   Lượt xem: 760 lần   |   Lượt tải: 1 lần
ANSWER KEY
OLYMPIC CONTEST MOCK TEST 2 (2013) | GRADE 10-11

A. MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS
I. PHONOLOGY
1.
2.
3.
4.

C (benign)
A (belligerent)
B (diaphanous)
C (composure)

5.
6.
7.
8.

C (embarked)
C (grenadine)
A (decaffeinated)
C (contraception)

9. D (tambourine)
10. A (laburnum)

II. LEXICO-GRAMMAR
1. B (conciliatory = placating)
The key words rather than tell
us that a word opposite to
severity is needed to fill in the
blank space. You might have
thought of one of these
appropriate words: easy,
friendly, diplomatic, pleasing,
soothing.
2. C (impartially = unemotionally)
He would be able to impartial,
or unbiased, only as a result of
not being emotionally attached
to either acquaintance; he would
not necessarily be able to be
accurate or judicious.
3. B (coercing = compelling)
You might have come up with
any of the following words that
indicate an additional type of
force or injury besides seizure:
coercing, forcing, pressuring,
compelling.

4. C (elated = ecstatic)
We have an opposition indicator
here – the student’s not working
hard and his winning the
contest. We, therefore, look for
a definitely positive word as our
choice to contrast with the
negative thought embodied in
his not working hard. Those
positive words are elated
(delighted beyond measure) and
ecstatic (overjoyed).
5. A (acrimonious – formally)
Look for words like
disregarding and had accepted.
Anwar el-Sadat had not
regarded the sharp
(acrimonious) criticism but
because he didn’t want to
antagonize his constituents, he
formally accepted the invitation.
6. A (presence)
7. D (tether)

8. A (grain)
9. B (lease)
10. C (snatch)
11. D (exempt)
12. C (converged)
13. D (to)
14. C (out)
15. D (yearn for)
16. B (tipped off)
17. B (done out of)
18. B (measure up to)
19. B (hit back at)
20. D (thrive on)
21. C (us performing)
22. C (whether)
23. B (could)
24. C (people involved)
25. D (nowhere near)
26. B (the heaven’s sake)
27. B (whereby)
28. D (What with)
29. A (of reaching)
30. C (have tried)

8. B (present)
9. B (project)
10. C (mention)
11. C (demonstrate)
12. D (informed)
13. B (confer)
14. B (deep-seated)

15. C (undertook)
16. G
17. D
18. B
19. C
20. F

III. GUIDED CLOZE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

B (face)
D (spring)
A (substantially)
C (racing)
B (play)
B (qualities)
D (Seize)

IV. READING COMPREHENSION
READING PASSAGE 1
1.
2.
3.
4.

C
B
D
E

5.
6.
7.
8.

A
I
C
A

9. C
10. D
11. D

blogchuyenanh,wordpress,com | thanhtrungup@gmail.com | Page 1 of 3

READING PASSAGE 2
12. D
13. B
14. D

15. D...
blogchuyenanh,wordpress,com | thanhtrungup@gmail.com | Page 1 of 3
ANSWER KEY
OLYMPIC CONTEST MOCK TEST 2 (2013) | GRADE 10-11
A. MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS
I. PHONOLOGY
1. C (benign)
2. A (belligerent)
3. B (diaphanous)
4. C (composure)
5. C (embarked)
6. C (grenadine)
7. A (decaffeinated)
8. C (contraception)
9. D (tambourine)
10. A (laburnum)
II. LEXICO-GRAMMAR
1. B (conciliatory = placating)
The key words rather than tell
us that a word opposite to
severity is needed to fill in the
blank space. You might have
thought of one of these
appropriate words: easy,
friendly, diplomatic, pleasing,
soothing.
2. C (impartially = unemotionally)
He would be able to impartial,
or unbiased, only as a result of
not being emotionally attached
to either acquaintance; he would
not necessarily be able to be
accurate or judicious.
3. B (coercing = compelling)
You might have come up with
any of the following words that
indicate an additional type of
force or injury besides seizure:
coercing, forcing, pressuring,
compelling.
4. C (elated = ecstatic)
We have an opposition indicator
here – the student’s not working
hard and his winning the
contest. We, therefore, look for
a definitely positive word as our
choice to contrast with the
negative thought embodied in
his not working hard. Those
positive words are elated
(delighted beyond measure) and
ecstatic (overjoyed).
5. A (acrimonious – formally)
Look for words like
disregarding and had accepted.
Anwar el-Sadat had not
regarded the sharp
(acrimonious) criticism but
because he didn’t want to
antagonize his constituents, he
formally accepted the invitation.
6. A (presence)
7. D (tether)
8. A (grain)
9. B (lease)
10. C (snatch)
11. D (exempt)
12. C (converged)
13. D (to)
14. C (out)
15. D (yearn for)
16. B (tipped off)
17. B (done out of)
18. B (measure up to)
19. B (hit back at)
20. D (thrive on)
21. C (us performing)
22. C (whether)
23. B (could)
24. C (people involved)
25. D (nowhere near)
26. B (the heaven’s sake)
27. B (whereby)
28. D (What with)
29. A (of reaching)
30. C (have tried)
III. GUIDED CLOZE
1. B (face)
2. D (spring)
3. A (substantially)
4. C (racing)
5. B (play)
6. B (qualities)
7. D (Seize)
8. B (present)
9. B (project)
10. C (mention)
11. C (demonstrate)
12. D (informed)
13. B (confer)
14. B (deep-seated)
15. C (undertook)
16. G
17. D
18. B
19. C
20. F
IV. READING COMPREHENSION
READING PASSAGE 1
1. C
2. B
3. D
4. E
5. A
6. I
7. C
8. A
9. C
10. D
11. D
Tài liệu tiếng anh - Trang 2
Tài liệu tiếng anh - Người đăng: nevertofarhc
5 Tài liệu rất hay! Được đăng lên bởi - 1 giờ trước Đúng là cái mình đang tìm. Rất hay và bổ ích. Cảm ơn bạn!
3 Vietnamese
Tài liệu tiếng anh 9 10 99