Tổng hợp tài liệu luyện thi SAT giúp các bạn làm quen các dạng bài và luyện đề các bài thi Scholastic Aptitude Test sẵn sàng cho việc đăng ký vào 1 số đại học tại Hoa Kỳ. Kỳ thi SAT được quản lý bởi doanh nghiệp phi lợi nhuận College Board của Hoa Kỳ và được phát triển bởi doanh nghiệp ETS – Educational Testing Service. Cách ra câu hỏi SAT khá “trúc trắc”, dễ gây rối suy nghĩ của thí sinh. Những học sinh có tư duy lập luận tốt lại thích thi SAT hơn. Điểm thi SAT có giá trị trong vòng năm 5.
Tổng hợp tài liệu luyện thi SAT
Turn to Section hai (page 4) of your answer sheet to answer the questions in this section.
Directions: For each question in this section, select the best answer from among the choices given and fill in the corresponding
circle on the answer sheet.
Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five words or sets of words labeled A through E. Choose the word or set of words that, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Hoping to ------- the dispute, negotiators proposed a compromise that they felt would be ------- to both labor and management.
(A) enforce . . useful
(B) end . . divisive
(C) overcome . . unattractive
(D) extend . . satisfactory
(E) resolve . . acceptable Answer: D
1. Despite ------- on taking rare tamarins from their habitat, the illegal trade in the tiny monkeys remains -------.
(A) commendations . . obligatory
(B) consultations . . predominant
(C) restrictions . . local
(D) penalties . . illicit
(E) prohibitions . . active
2. Representing a round world on a flat surface is impos-sible without some -------: the Mercator projectionmap shows Greenland as over ten times larger than Mexico, a country in fact only slightly smaller than Greenland.
3. The highly publicized redesign of the car is essentially-------: the exterior has been updated, but the engineremains unchanged.
4. Many of our memories are -------, escaping our con-sciousness just as we strain to recall a face or a name.
5. Although Caroline Gordon was rigorously objectivein her journalistic writing, her lively and ------- privatecorrespondence ------- a delightful capacity for biting commentary on the social scene.
(A) incisive . . disguised
(B) eloquent . . derided
(C) dispassionate . . demonstrated
(D) exuberant . . minimized
(E) entertaining . . exhibited
6. An effective member of a debating team must focus clearly on the ------- issue and avoid ------- arguments.
(A) equivocal . . obstreperous
(B) designated . . pertinent
(C) comprehensive . . general
(D) principal . . peripheral
(E) subtle . . significant
7. The ------- with which merchants and landowners in early-nineteenth-century Maryland and Virginia ------- Joshua Johnston’s professional services attests to his artistic skill as a portrait painter.
(A) avidness . . sought
(B) diffidence . . purchased
(C) patience . . replaced
(D) elegance . . regarded
(E) zealousness . . overlooked
8. The man’s colleagues characterized him as ------- because he had an irritable, quarrelsome disposition.