Đề thi tiếng anh đề TEST 25

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KỲ THI THPT QUỐC GIA ĐỀ THỰC HÀNH SỐ 25 Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer for each of the questions The pleasures which a movie film offers to our eyes have been paid for with the loss of sight of a man whose name is hardly known outside the annals of science - Josept Plateau, a Belgian professor, born in Brussels in 1801 He studied the mechanism of sight, beginning a series of most dangerous experiments at the age of 28 by staring into the sun for 25 seconds to see what the effects on his eyes would be, he was blind for nearly a month But he went on experimenting, increasing the length of time during which he looked into the sun, knowing that in the end, this would cost him his sight At the age of 42, he was completely and incurably blind; the sun had destroyed the retina of his eyes But he continued to work as well as he could until he died at the age of 82 Science profited enormously from his research He studied the so-called inertia of the eyes, which makes a picture remain on the retina for about one-sixth of a second after it has disappeared from our vision This means that, if we see a succession of individual pictures each of which appears only for a fraction of a second, they “overlap” one another in our brain; and if they show consecutive phases of movement, that movement will appear to us continuous The name of Joseph Plateau is A: honoured by the motion picture industry C: hardly known outside the field of science B: well-known by most people D: unknown even to scientists Plateau’s experiments were the first steps leading to the invention of _ A: telescopes B: bifocals C: eye glasses D: motion pictures The result of Plateau’s first experiment was that _ A: he went blind for a month C: he went permanently blind B: he found what he was looking for D: he stopped staring into the sun Plateau sacrificed his sight A: sparingly B: knowingly C: partly D: stingily After he went totally blind, Plateau A: died C: was unable to work B: quit working D: worked for 40 more years That which causes a picture to remain on the retina is called A: inertia B: overlap C: continuity D: the brain A picture remains on the retina for A: second B: one-sixth of a second C: 16 seconds D: seconds The images that we see are recorded in A: the brain B: the retina of the eye C: the pupil Motion pictures A: show a succession of unrelated movements B: cause inertia of the eyes C: show consecutive phases of movement which appear continuous D: show each phase of movement for one half of a second 10 Scientific advancements are often the result of _ A: experiment C: foolishness B: individual sacrifice and experimentation D: individual D: the eye Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence 11 Every nation has a set of rules, either written or unwritten, which how people act with each other A: forces B: decides C: supports D: determines 12 Informal rules, often called “manners” or “etiquette” describe correct or incorrect _ in such situations as eating in a restaurant, going on a date or working in an office A: action B: reaction C: behavior D: treatment 13 We’d better get the ball rolling or else we will never raise enough money for the blood transfusion equipment for the International Children’s Hospital A: start throwing the ball C: start work without delay B: take action immediately D: make a beginning 14 Now that there is the Channel Tunnel which connects England and France, traveling across the English Channel by ferry is A: less seldom B: more frequently C: few and far between D: as usual 15 Her ability, with a determination to succeed, should make her very successful A: connected B: joined C: coupled D: related 16 When Bill saw my new car he was _ with envy A: white B: green C: yellow D: blue 17 Tim is going to visit some distant _ in the next summer holiday A: parents B: relatives C: relationships D: family 18 The two people involved in the accident were both _ dead on arrival at Kingham Hospital A: called B: stated C: pronounced 19 I _ at my watch It was already well after three D: defined A: faced B: viewed C: checked 20 If you visit a doctor, you must pay him a _ D: glanced A: commission B: tip C: fare 21 I know for _ that he was away from home last night D: fee A: true B: fact C: correct 22 He was unwilling to apologize but in the end I _ him to so D: certain A: made B: had C: persuaded 23 I’ll come to see you tomorrow _ I am kept late at the office D: allowed A: when B: unless 24 Do you know _ makes people fat? D: because C: as A: how B: that C: who D: what 25 Nobody believed Paul at first, but he _ to be right A: turned out B: found out C: worked out D: came out 26 The teacher asked the students _ in joining the English club A: if they were interested C: how they were interested B: when were they interested D: whether they are interested 27 I hope this headache soon A: goes out B: comes away C: passes away D: wears off 28 Whether the sports club survives is a matter of complete to me A: indifference B: importance C: disinterest D: interest 29 I’d like to _ a three-minute call to London A: B: set C: make D: phone Mark the letter A,B,C or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions 30 A: poetry B: sticky C: grocery D: terrify 31 A:pressure B: closure C: conclusion D: pleasure Mark the letter A,B,C or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions 32 A: annoyed B: politics C: result D: imaginary 33 A: appropriate B: Japan C: astronaut D: unfortunate 34 A: profile B: controversy C: satisfy D: project Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer for each of the blanks If you are an environmentalist, plastic is a word you tend to say with a sneer or a snarl It has become a symbol of our wasteful, throw-away society But these seems little doubt it is here to stay, and the truth is, of course, that plastic has brought (1) _ benefits even environmental ones It’s not really the plastic themselves that are the environmental evil - it’s the way the society chooses to (2) _ and abuse them (3) _ all the 50 or so different kinds of modern plastic are made from oil, gas or coal- non-renewable natural resources We (4) _ well over three million tons of the stuff in Britain each year and, sooner or later, most of it is thrown away A high rate of our (5) _ consumption is in the form of packaging, and this constitutes about seven percent by weight of our (6) _ refuse Almost all of it could be replaced, but very little of it is, though the plastic recycling (7) _ is growing fast The plastic (8) _ are extremely energy-rich - they have a higher calorific value than coal and one method of “recovery” strongly favoured by the plastic (9) _ is the (10) _ of waste plastic into a fuel 35 A: effective B: tiny C: sufficient D: enormous 36 A: use B: store C: dispose D: utilise 37 A: Each B: Almost C: Every D: Mostly 38 A: consign B: take C: remove D: import 39 A: fortnight B: biannual C: daily D: annual 40 A: domestic B: inside C: international D: national 41 A: industry B: factory C: manufacture D: plant 42 A: each B: ourselves C: itself D: themselves 43 A: medium B: measure C: manufacturers D: mechanism 44 A: change B: melting C: conversion D: replacement Mark the letter A, B, C or D to show the underlined part that needs correcting 45 Deforestation is occurring most rapid in tropical regions of the world A: rapid B: occurring C: regions D: the world 46 The ancient ruins may be discovered as early as 1820 A: as 1820 B: as C: may be D: The 47 The fastest you drive , the greater danger you get A: fastest B: get C: the D: drive 48 Most equipment in his office was badly in need of to be repaired A: badly B: to be repaired C: was D: equipment 49 Measles have killed a large number of children in the Nagola region A: Measles B: in the C: have D: a large Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer for each of the blanks GEESE The name geese is used for birds belonging to one family called Anatidae They include swans and ducks However, there are two types of geese that people are acquainted with These are gray geese from the Anser family and black geese from the Branta family Geese are found in Europe, Asia and North America They are migratory birds that breed in the north and go south for the winter Geese are generally the same wherever they may be found They have a tail, head and neck that are black The cheeks have a white patch and the body is white and various shades of brown Their length varies from about 25 to 45 inches Male and female geese look very much alike, although the male may be slightly bigger and have a higher-pitched voice Geese are more land birds than water birds Their legs are farther up front on their bodies than those of ducks This makes it easier for them to walk on land They get their food by grazing grasses and grain in the spring field A flock of geese can make a lot of noise, especially when a stranger comes near The most unusual thing about geese is their behavior to imprint When a baby goose is born, it believes that it is the same species as any moving object it first sees [66A] Thus, if it sees a human being first, it will believe that it is also a human Scientists not know why imprinting happens [66B] Imprinting allows the formation of a strong bond between the hatchling and the parent or whoever the young bird sees Geese that imprint a human being at birth treat the human like a parent when young, and as the geese grow older they may not try to mate with the other geese [66C] Hence , it is important for fanners or other people living with geese to make sure that the first living thing a baby goose sees is another goose The capacity to imprint can also be seen in ducks, but animals such as cats and dogs not imprint Although they are born and see a human being first, they know immediately that they are not humans [66D] 50 What is the main idea of the passage? A: How geese migrate during the winter and their special features B: The importance of geese’s imprinting and comparing geese with dogs C: A comparison of Anatidae family such as geese, ducks and swans D: The biological features of geese and their imprinting ability 51 The word acquainted in paragraph I is closest in meaning to _ A: familiar B: guarded C: available D: complete 52 All of the following are typical features of common geese EXCEPT _ A: have a black tail, head and neck C: range between 25 and 45 inches long B: are bluish-gray color with a white head D: are able to walk on land longer than ducks 53 Which of the following best expresses the essential information in the underlined sentence in paragraph 2? (Incorrect answer choices change the meaning in important ways or leave out essential information) A: Male geese are larger than female geese because of this their voice is higher B: The male and female geese are similar, but the male is a bit larger and its voice is higher C: The higher-pitched voice of the male geese is the only thing that differentiates it from the female geese D: Although male and female geese resemble each other, they are different in size 54 The word This in paragraph refers to _ A: grazing grasses and grain C: walk on land B: more land birds than water birds D: legs farther up front on their bodies 55 Look at the four squares [ ] that indicate where the following sentence could be added to the passage They think it might be an instinct for survival Where would the sentence best fit? A: 66A B: 66B C: 66C D: 66D 56 According to paragraph 4, some baby geese become attached to human beings because _ A: humans care for them properly B: they walk on land just like human beings C: geese have an emotional connection for human beings D: a human being is the first thing they see when they are born 57 What is the author’s opinion of newborn geese? Chọn câu trả lời đúng: A: They should develop an instinct for survival C: They cannot grow properly on farms B: They can survive best by bonding to other geese D: They should be exposed to their own kind 58 Why does the author mention cats and dogs? A: To argue that animals can develop the capacity to imprint B: To explain that not all animals have the behavior pattern to imprint C: To give an example of other animals that are able to imprint D: To suggest that some animals not imprint because they hate water 59 What does the word “Hence” in paragraph mean? A: Therefore B: However C: Nonetheless D: Nevertheless Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that is closest in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions 60 The famous racehorse Secretariat had to be destroyed because of a painful, incurable hoof disease A irreparable B vexatious C dangerous D disabling 61 In most countries, compulsory military service does not apply to women A superior B mandatory C beneficial D constructive 62 Scientists warn of the impending extinction of many species of plants and animals A irrefutable B imminent C formidable D absolute 63 The aircraft carrier is indispensable in naval operations against sea or shore based enemies A unique B novel C vital D exotic 64 The use of lasers in surgery has become relatively commonplace in recent years A absolutely B relevantly C comparatively D almost PART II Part A Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence printed before it She did the test in two hours It took ……………………………………………………………………………………….……………………….…………… No other animal is as big as an elephant Elephant is ……………………………………………………………………………………….……………………….…………… That girl is too shy to participate in the beauty contest That girl is so……………………………………………………………………………………….……………………….…………… My father has someone check his car My father has ……………………………………………………………………………………….……………………….…………… They have never been to HaNoi before Nerver…………………………………………………………………………………….……………………….…………… Part B Write a paragraph about one of the football matches you like best ... discovered as early as 1820 A: as 1820 B: as C: may be D: The 47 The fastest you drive , the greater danger you get A: fastest B: get C: the D: drive 48 Most equipment in his office was badly in... B: unless 24 Do you know _ makes people fat? D: because C: as A: how B: that C: who D: what 25 Nobody believed Paul at first, but he _ to be right A: turned out B: found out C: worked out... a white patch and the body is white and various shades of brown Their length varies from about 25 to 45 inches Male and female geese look very much alike, although the male may be slightly bigger
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