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SỞ GD & ĐT AN GIANG TRƯỜNG THPT BA CHÚC (Đề thi có 50 câu / trang) Mark the letter A, B, C, or part differs from the other Question 1: A endangered Question 2: A instead ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP QUỐC GIA Môn: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề 444 D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined three in pronunciation in each of the following questions B destroyed C damaged D educated B pleased C seat D meat Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions Question 3: A knowledge B hunger C famine D devote Question 4: A endangered B commercial C vulnerable D extinction Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 5: The tongue is the principle organ of taste, and is crucial for chewing, swallowed, and speaking A B C D Question 6: In the 1920s, Art Deco, known for plastic and chrome-plated objects, were very popular A B C D Question 7: Unless you give out eating so much meat, you will continue to gain weight A B C D Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 8: Population growth in industrial countries is slow A relationship B relative C relatively D relation Question 9: Governments have laws to protect wildlife from over-hunting A enforced B enacted C observed D required Question 10: Although we are aware _the importance of environment, we still overexploit it A from B on C for D of Question 11: She is disappointed at not passing the GCSE examination, but I consider she will _ it A fill in B get over C take after D turn off Question 12: The organization put me in _ with other people in a similar position A contact B relation C connection D respect Question 13: The earlier she leaves, A the sooner she will arrive C she will soon arrive B the soonest she will arrive D she will arrive sooner Question 14: By the time next year, I away from home for three years A would be B will have been C will be D have been Question 15: The assignment _before you go back home A must be finished B had to be finished C must finish D had to finish Question 16: The committee of different people of different views A composes B comprises C consists D contains Question 17: No sooner the argument began A did he arrive when B he had arrived than C he arrived than D had he arrived than Question 18: She asked me _ A if I understand the lesson B if I understood the lesson C whether to understand the lesson D whether I can understand the lesson Question 19: Tom looks so frightened and upset He _ something terrible A needn’t have experienced B can have experienced C should have experienced D must have experienced Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 20: When Gerald gets to the lobby of the train station, he is tired Fortunately, there is an empty seat in the lobby - Gerald: Excuse me Is this seat taken? - Manager: “ _” A Yes, you may sit down B No, it is occupied C Sorry, it’s my wife’s D No, You can take it Question 21: Sarah and Kathy are talking about bad habits of children - Sarah: “Children under ten shouldn’t stay up late to play computer games” - Kathy: “ ” A You can say that again B Surely, we shouldn’t C Yes, I share your opinion D I don’t quite agree with you Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 22: Some think that rules are unimportant, but they are vital when playing a game A followed B important C useful D used Question 23: Exercise is as beneficial to you as is eating healthy food A harmful B bad C hurtful D advantageous Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 24: We were all pretty apathetic in the movie about animals, but we became interested when it started showing all the tricks dogs could A enthusiastic B angry C uninterested D sleepy Question 25: Though Samantha's test was partially done, she received a low grade because it was not complete A badly B finally C completely D incomplete Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions Question 26: “ Don’t forget to give book to Tom” she said A She reminded me not to forget to give book back to Tom B She reminded me to remember to give book back to Tom C She reminded me remember to give book back to Tom D She reminded me to give book back to Tom Question 27: I didn’t meet him yesterday so I can’t tell you anything about him now A If I had met him yesterday, I could have told you something about him B If I hadn’t met him yesterday, I couldn’t have told you anything about him C I couldn’t have told you about him because I didn’t meet him yesterday D If I had met him yesterday, I could tell you something about him now Question 28: People say that two men were arrested after the explosion A People said two men be arrested after the explosion B Two men are said to be arrested after the explosion C Two men are said to have been arrested after the explosion D Two men were said to be arrested after the explosion Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 29: I admire her achievements However, I don't really like her A Whatever her achievements, I don't really like her B I don't really like her for I admire her achievements C Even though I admire her achievements, I don't really like her D Although I admire her achievements, I really like her Question 30: It was a kind of accident Nobody was really to blame for it A It was a kind of accident for whom was really to blame it B It was a kind of accident for which nobody was really to blame C It was a kind of accident for which nobody was really to blame it D It was a kind of accident, which nobody was really to blame for Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35 FREE ENGLISH WEBSITES If you are reading this, then you are (31) advantage of some free online English materials! Of course, this reading is on the website dreamreader.net, and we hope you are enjoying using the site! Using online materials is a great way of practicing your English for free, and we would like to share a couple of other great places for you to practice your English The first is elllo.org Elllo has been around for about 10 years It is a free website (32) has thousands of amazing free listening exercises All the listening are authentic English, and there are so many different topics to choose from Elllo was (33) by Todd Beuckens, an English teacher based in Japan He is always adding new listening exercises, so you should definitely check out his site (34) great site to practice your English is lyricstraining.com This site uses YouTube music videos, and is a fun way to practice English and listen to your favorite artists at the same time The videos are put into three categories (easy, medium and hard) All you need to is listen to the music and try to type in the missing lyrics We hope you find these websites fun and (35) _, and you keep coming back to dreamreader.net! Question 31: A taking B making C doing D getting Question 32: A who B whom C that D where Question 33: A done B created C set D found Question 34: A other B others C another D some Question 35: A use B useless C useful D usefully Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet ti indicate the correct answer to each of the questions Have you ever played a set of wine glasses as a musical instrument? If so, then you’re familiar with the fact that glass is a material that can be used to make musical sounds The glass harmonica belongs to a class of instruments called crystallophones, which use glass as their sound-producing material More specifically, it is the friction of running a wet finger along a glass surface that produces sound in a glass harmonica Have you ever made a ringing sound by moving your finger around the edge of a drinking glass? The glass harmonica operates on the same principle The components of the instrument have changed somewhat over time In the 1740s, a musician named Richard Pockrich toured London with an early form of the glass harmonica It was made of an array of glasses filled to different levels with water Working with a professional glassblower, Franklin had 37 glass bowls made in a range of sizes Each created a different pitch Instead of using them upright, Franklin turned his glass bowls sideways He stacked them from largest to smallest along a central pole The pole could be spun using a foot pedal Arranged this way, with the bowls close together and spinning in the same direction, a musician could play up to 10 notes at once Each finger could touch a different spinning disk and produce a note Contemporary composers found the sound of the glass harmonica strange and interesting Many, including Mozart and Beethoven, created compositions for the instrument But ultimately, the popularity of the glass harmonica faded And for a long time, it was forgotten In the 1980s, an instrument maker named Gerhard Finkenbeiner began producing an updated version of Franklin’s glass harmonica, which is still sold today This caused the glass harmonica to experience a revival as modern musicians discovered its charms Question 36: What is the passage mainly about? A how to make instruments from unusual materials B the history of an instrument called the glass harmonica C the materials used in instruments to make sound D the reasons why composers like the glass harmonica Question 37: The main purpose of the third paragraph is to A tell that the design of the glass harmonica has changed over time B show that Franklin created many types of inventions C tell readers that they can create music with glass cups D explain the effect of water on sound waves Question 38: The word “Each” in paragraph refers to A Glass bowl B Richard Pockrich C Instrument D Water Question 39: The word “faded” in paragraph is closest in meaning to A handled B felt C lessened D increased Question 40: Which is true about crystallophones? A They were one of the earliest musical instruments B The material they use to produce sound is glass C Their range is limited to 10 notes D They use the same principle as a traditional harmonica Question 41: Which is NOT true about Franklin’s glass harmonica? A It was made of 37 glass bowls B A player’s figers could play different notes C The glass pieces were arranged sideways, not upright D It was an improvement on Finkenbeiner’s instrument Question 42: What can be inferred about Pockrich’s glass harmonica? A It was based on an instrument Franklin designed B It had a foot pedal that controlled volume C It could not be moved from its location D It played fewer than 10 notes at a time Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions We drink lots of beverages in our daily lives Advertisements tell us we should choose beverages like diet soda and energy drinks But are these really healthy choices? Diet soda is like normal soda, but it is sweetened with artificial sweeteners instead of sugar As a result, it does not contain any calories Diet soda is advertised as a healthier option than regular soda However, new studies show a link between obesity and diet soda It is thought that calorie-free sweeteners may cause cravings for sugar, just like sugar itself does Scientists also think artificial sweeteners might cause problems with the signals that tell our brains we are full Aside from weight gain, diet sodas could also be responsible for heart disease, diabetes, and other diseases Because of the way energy drinks are advertised, people think that they will improve alertness or performance in sports However, when consumers use energy drinks, they are not always aware of what they are putting into their bodies Caffeine intake is a particular problem when it comes to energy drinks Most people are not aware of how much caffeine such beverages contain Some can deliver a dose of over 500 milligrams, the same as 14 cans of soda Consuming large amounts of caffeine is not safe, and it is certainly not healthy Scientific studies suggest that there is a link between the consumption of energy drinks and anxiety, sleep problems, and increased heart rate and blood pressure In certain cases, where young athletes have a particularly serious workout schedule, energy drinks may provide some benefit But for everyone else, water and a balanced diet are best The truth is, diet soda and energy drinks may not be as healthy as advertised It is important to know that drinking too much of these types of beverages can be risky Question 43: What is the passage mainly about? A reasons to avoid beverages containing caffeine B how to advertise diet soda and energy drinks C healthy options instead of diet soda and energy drinks D why diet soda and energy drinks can be unhealthy Question 44: The main purpose of the second paragraph is to A present research about the link between soda and obesity B give background information about artificial sweeteners C challenge the idea that diet soda is healthy D explain why diet soda is thought to be better than regular soda Question 45: The word "they" in paragraph refers to A energy drinks B sports C consumers D diet sodas Question 46: The word "deliver" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A provide B consume C ignore D remove Question 47: Which is NOT mentioned as a health issue related to diet soda? A It may cause people to feel less alert B It may cause cravings for sugar C It may cause problems with the signals that tell us we are full D It may cause heart disease and diabetes Question 48: What is the best way for the average person to improve alertness in sports? A by drinking no more than one energy drink B by reducing the amount of caffeine consumed C by drinking water and eating a balanced diet D by creating a workout schedule Question 49: What can be inferred about beverages containing a lot of caffeine? A They may cause diabetes B They may be linked to anxiety C They are useful for improving alertness D Many people know the amount of caffeine contained in them Question 50: The word "beverages" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A drinks B foods C meals D diets ... said A She reminded me not to forget to give book back to Tom B She reminded me to remember to give book back to Tom C She reminded me remember to give book back to Tom D She reminded me to give... accident Nobody was really to blame for it A It was a kind of accident for whom was really to blame it B It was a kind of accident for which nobody was really to blame C It was a kind of accident... listening exercises, so you should definitely check out his site ( 34) great site to practice your English is lyricstraining.com This site uses YouTube music videos, and is a fun way to practice
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