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SỞ GD&ĐT VĨNH PHÚC TRƯỜNG THPT LIỄN SƠN (ĐỀ ĐỀ XUẤT) ĐỀ THI THỬ THQG NĂM 2015 MÔN THI: TIẾNG ANH – ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ 082 Thời gian: 90 phút Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions. Question 1. Illiteracy is an enormous problem, it affects millions of people worldwide, and is an impediment to social progress A B C. D Question 2. The union insisted on an increase in their members’ starting pay, and threatened to call a strike if the company refused to meet the demand. A B C D Question 3. My father saw how much Uncle Tom was enjoying his early retirement, and so he decided to do the same A B C D. Question 4. If you are sure that you are in the right, you would not mind an independent examination of the case. A B C. D Question 5. Employees with less personal problems are likely to be more productive. A B C. D Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions. Question 6. A. accessible B. anticipate C. fundamental D. discriminate Question 7. A. fertilizer B. intensify C. ambiguous D. courageous Question 8. A. agile B. refine C. refer D. astound Question 9. A. petition B. sufficient C. consider D. bacterin Question 10. A. flexibility B. initiatory C. petrological D. understandable Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is closest in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions Question 11. Not until 1946 did the world chess governing body, FIDE, assert its control over international championship play. A. declare B. relinquish C. petition D. decrease Question 12. All classifications of human societies and cultures are arbitrary A. useful B. haphazard C. insufficient D. ambiguous Question 13. As a government official, Benjamin Franklin often travel abroad. A. widely B. secretly C. alone D. overseas 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 14. We missed a lot of classes because the snow in the winter, so we will have to make them up in the spring. A. It will be necessary for us to have extra classes in the spring to compensate for those lost to the snow in the winter. B. If we hadn't lost so many days because of the winter snow, we wouldn't have had to work so many more hours in the spring. C. Having missed so many days because of the snow, we should make them up in the spring. D. Normally the classes lost to the snow during the winter are made up in the spring. Question 15. Despite the stage and screen portrayals of her, Cleopatra was not actually breaktakingly beautiful. A. Cleopatra was as beautiful as she has always been portrayed in films and plays. B. It is the way she has been portrayed on stage and screen that has given us our image of Cleopatra. C. Cleopatra will always be remembered as the most beautiful woman in the world because of the films and plays about her. D. In spite of the way she is depicted in films and plays, Cleopatra was not really wildly attractive. Question 16. We were relieved to discover that we did not owe as much money as we had thought. A. The revelation that we were less deeply in debt than we had believed came as a relief. B. If only we were not so deeply in debt, we would be much more content now. C. We owed so much money that we couldn't even imagine how we would be able to pay it all back. D. Now that we have paid back most of our debts, we do not owe as much money as we once did. Question 17. Andy, who was in search of a change in his life, didn't really know what he wanted. A. Andy was aware of what he wanted from life, but he just didn't know how to achieve it. B. Looking for a way to alter his life, Andy was unsure of what he wanted to do. C. Andy was not happy with the way he was leading his life, so he was searching for a change. D. Feeling that he was in need of a change in his life, Andy started to look for a way to alter it. Question 18. Ethiopia, which had been isolated from the rest of the world for centuries by both enemies and geography, has retained unique traditions. A. Cut off for hundreds of years from other civilizations by a combination of enemies and the landscape, Ethiopia has kept traditions found nowhere else in the world. B. Ethiopia has traditions quite different from those found elsewhere because its hostile geography has not allowed it to develop the way the rest of the world did. C. Because Ethiopia had so many enemies in their land for hundreds of years, it has developed and kept a number of customs found nowhere else in the world. D. Ethiopia has customs and traditions found nowhere else in the world because no one has been able to go there for such a long time. Read the following passage adapted from RESUND BRIDGE and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 19 to 28. RESUND BRIDGE Imagine driving along a bridge that is so long that you can't even see the other end. The Oresund Bridge, one of the (19)____ bridges in the world, (20)____ so far ahead into the distance that you can't even tell where the blue of the water (21)____ the blue of the sky. The 0resund Bridge is an amazing example of modern engineering design that links the Scandinavian countries of Denmark and Sweden. It is 8 kilometres long and was (22)____ in July 2000. It crosses the Flinte Channel, the chilly waterway (23)____ the two countries. At one stage the bridge turns (24)____ a tunnel under the sea. This tunnel is also a record breaker in its own right as it is the longest road and rail tunnel in the world. The engineers built an artificial island near the Danish coast that (25)____ to support part of the bridge structure , as well as being the point at which the road disappears (26)____, before coming out in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. The bridge, which was built (27)____ by the two countries, is expected to bring huge advantages. It will (28)____ time compared to traditional ferry connections, as well as being of benefit to the economy of both countries. Question 19. A. longest B. furthest C. deepest D. hardest Question 20. A. travels B. leans C. stretches D. pulls Question 21. A. comes B. meets C. lines D. starts Question 22. A. done B. ended C. brought D. completed Question 23. A. splitting B. cutting C. breaking D. separating Question 24. A. down B. into C. out D. back Question 25. A. helps B. aids C. attempts D. tries Question 26. A. down B. underground C. below D. underneath Question 27. A. commonly B. doubly C. similarly D. jointly Question 28. A. save B. spare C. spend D. spread Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that has the same meaning as the original one. Question 29. Provide / your handwriting / legible / test scorer / accept / your answer. A. providing with your legible handwriting, every test scorer must accept your answer. B. providing your handwriting is legible, the test scorer does not accept your answer C. provided for your legible handwriting, the test scorer has to accept your answer. D. provided that your handwriting is legible, your answer will be accepted by any test scorer Question 30. The patient / recover / more / rapidly / expected. A. The patient recovered rapidly he expected more than. B. The patient has recovered more rapidly he expected. C. The patient recovered more rapidly than expected. D. The patient rapidly recovered than he more expected. Question 31. there/ many/ are/ skills/you/ need/ have/ to/a/ successful/ career. A. There are many skills you need to have a successful career. B. There are many skills you need to have a career successful. C. There many skills are you need to have a successful career. D. There many are skills you need to have a successful career. Question 32. many/ school-leavers /little/ had/ of/ the/job/ knowledge/ of/ their/ choice. A. Many school-leavers had little of knowledge the job of their choice. B. Many school-leavers had knowledge little of the job of their choice. C. Many school-leavers had little knowledge of their choice of the job. D. Many school-leavers had little knowledge of the job of their choice Question 33. the /teacher/ a/ large/ number/found/ of/ mistakes/ in/his/ students'/ writing. A. The teacher found a large number of mistakes in his students' writing. B. The teacher found of a large number mistakes in his students' writing. C. The teacher found in his students' writing a large number of mistakes. D. The teacher found his students' a large number of mistakes in writing. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions. Question 34. Nancy concurred with her boss about the new direction the company was taking. A. disagreed B. agreed C. surrendered D. confessed Question 35."We strongly believe that he's innocent of the crime. We do not think that he did it." A. clean B. guilty C. faultless D. crimeless 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 from 36 to 45. The Native American peoples of the north Pacific Coast created a highly complex maritime culture as they invented modes of production unique to their special environment. In addition to their sophisticated technical culture, they also attained one of the most complex social organizations of any nonagricultural people in the world. In a division of labor similar to that of the hunting peoples in the interior and among foraging peoples throughout the world, the men did most of the fishing, and the women processed the catch. Women also specialized in the gathering of the abundant shellfish that lived closer to shore. They collected oysters, crabs, sea urchins, mussels, abalone, and clams, which they could gather while remaining close to their children. The maritime life harvested by the women not only provided food, but also supplied more of the raw materials for making tools than did the fish gathered by the men. Of particular importance for the native tool kit before the introduction of metal was the wide knife made from the larger mussel shells, and a variety of cutting edges that could be made from other marine shells. The women used their tools to process all of the fish and marine mammals brought in by the men. They cleaned the fish, and dried vast quantities of them for the winter. They sun-dried fish when practical, but in the rainy climate of the coastal area they also used smokehouses to preserve tons of fish and other seafood annually. Each product had its own peculiar characteristics that demanded a particular way of cutting or drying the meat, and each task required its own cutting blades and other utensils. After drying the fish, the women pounded some of them into fish meal, which was an easily transported food used in soups, stews, or other dishes to provide protein and thickening in the absence of fresh fish or while on long trips. The women also made a cheese-like substance from a mixture of fish and roe by aging it in storehouses or by burying it in wooden boxes or pits lined with rocks and tree leaves. Question 36. Which aspect of the lives of the Native Americans of the north Pacific Coast does the passage mainly discuss? A. Methods of food preservation B. How diet was restricted by the environment C. The contributions of women to the food supply D. Difficulties in establishing successful farms Question 37. The word "unique" in the passage is closest in meaning to_____. A. comprehensible B. productive C. intentional D. particular Question 38. The word "attained" in line 3 is closest in meaning to_____. A. achieved B. modified C. demanded D. spread Question 39. It can be inferred from paragraph 1 that the social organization of many agricultural peoples is_____. A. more complex than that of hunters and foragers B. less efficient than that of hunters and forages C. more widespread than that of hunters and foragers D. better documented than that of hunters and forages Question 40. According to the passage, what is true of the "division of labor" mentioned in the passage? A. It was first developed by Native Americans of the north Pacific Coast. B. It rarely existed among hunting. C. It was a structure that the Native Americans of the north Pacific Coast shared with many other peoples. D. It provided a form of social organization that was found mainly among coastal peoples. Question 41. The word "abundant" in the passage is closest in meaning to ____. A. prosperous B. plentiful C. acceptable D. fundamental Question 42. All of the following are true of the north Pacific coast women EXCEPT that they_____. A. were more likely to catch shellfish than other kinds of fish B. contributed more materials for tool making than the men did C. sometimes searched for food far inland from the coast D. prepared and preserved the fish Question 43. The word "They" in the passage refers to____. A. women B. tools C. mammals D. men Question 44. The Native Americans of the north Pacific Coast used smokehouses in order to A. store utensils used food preparation B. prevent fish and shellfish from spoiling C. have a place to store fish and shellfish D. prepare elaborate meals Question 45. The wore "peculiar" in the passage is closest in meaning to_____. A. strange B. distinctive C. appealing D. biological Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 46. "______" "Oh, but it's boring!" A. Would you prefer news to films? B. I often watch the news at night. C. Don't you like the news? D. I think you should watch the news Question 47. "Would you say that Mary is lazy?" "______" A. Yes, she's never lazy. B. No, she's not hard-working at all. C. Yes, she's dead boring. D. Yes, she stays idle all day. Question 48. "I think the new resort will ruin the environment." "______" A. I'm afraid so. B. Yeah, you will. C. I agree. That sounds nice. D. Don't you think so? Question 49. "Would you mind sending those flowers to Mr. Carlos?" "______" A. He wouldn't mind. B. No, I can handle it myself. C. I would if I were you. D. Sure, I'll do it now. Question 50. "______" "Yes, alright. But could you clean your room first?" A. Would you like to go to David's party this weekend? B. Will you go to David's party this weekend? C. Can I go to David's party this weekend? D. What time does David's party begin? Question 51. It may be necessary ____ a new car. A. for her buying B. that she had bought C. for her buy D. that she buy Question 52. Ted’s flight from Amsterdam took more than 11 hours. He ____ be exhausted after such a long flight. A. must B. had better C. can D. shall Question 53. We were late because we had some car problems. By the time we ____ to the train station, Susan ____ for us for more than two hours. A. are getting/ had waited B. got/waited C. had got/ had waited D. got/ had been waiting Question 54. If you want to join that club, you have to ____ a form and send it to your secretary. A. fill up B. fill out C. fill into D. fill over Question 55. Don't worry we'll have to wait a little longer because I'm sure he'll ____ soon. A. turn up B. turn in C. turn into D. turn down Question 56. The time has now come when it will be necessary to ____ making a plan. A. see about B. see over C. see through D. see into Question 57. Neset is in the habit of revising just once ____ Özgür never understands a subject ____ he revises it for at least three times. A. but / in case B. although / thus C. whereas / unless D. though / in case Question 58. ____ the high decrease in inflation, our currency seems to have increased in value. A. Thanks to B. Despite C. As far as D. What's more Question 59. ____ but for his help yesterday? A. What did you do B. How would you do C. What would you have done D. How had you done Question 60. This one is prettier but it costs____ as the other one A. as much as B. twice as much C. as many D. twice as many Question 61. If Heather spoke Chinese, she ____ the email for you yesterday. A. will translated B. would translated C. translated D. would have translated Question 62. You need not worry that you'll be left on your own because I'll always ____ you. A. stand for B. stand to C. stand by D. stand from Question 63. Hania and Joanna are as different as____ and cheese. A. biscuits B. chalk C. ham D. jam Question 64. The Spice Girls, one of ____ members has just left the band, have decided to continue as a four piece band. A. which B. where C. whose D. that Question 65. Edward has a____ in French from Leeds University. A. certificate B. degree C. mark D. paper Question 66. The boy with his two friends ______ the cherry tree now. A. has split B. have split C. is splitting D. are splitting Question 67. "Why did you talk to the teacher after class?" "I didn't understand_____ during the lecture". A. what she was taking B. what was she talking about C. what she was talking about D. what she was walking about Question 68."I had a hard time taking notes on the lecture" "I did too. The professor speaks_____". A. exceeding fast B. exceedingly fastly C. exceedingly fast D. with exceedingly fastness Question 69. My neighbour is almost 50 but wears very short skirts, and low-cut tops. She looks like ____ A. a duck out of water B. mutton dressed as lamb C. sheep from goats D. she has a flea in her Question 70. Not a penny___________ me. A. did he give B. he gave C. he has given D. he has gave 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 from 71 to 80. The Winterthur Museum is a collection and a house. There are many museums devoted to the decorative arts and many house museums, but rarely in the United States is a great collection displayed in a great country house. Passing through successive generations of a single family, Winterthur has been a private estate for more than a century. Even after the extensive renovations made to it between 1929 and 1931, the house remained a family residence. This fact is of importance to the atmosphere and effect of the museum. The impression of a lived-in house is apparent to the visitor; the rooms look as if they were vacated only a short while ago whether by the original owners of the furniture or the most recent residents of the house can be a matter of personal interpretation. Winterthur remains, then, a house in which a collection of furniture and architectural elements has been assembled. Like an English country house, it is an organic structure; the house, as well as the collection and manner of displaying it to the visitor, has changed over the years. The changes have coincided with developing concepts of the American arts, increased knowledge on the part of collectors and students, and a progression toward the achievement of a historical effect in period-room displays. The rooms at Winterthur have followed this current, yet still retained the character of a private house. The concept of a period room as a display technique has developed gradually over the years in an effort to present works of art in a context that would show them to greater effect and would give them more meaning for the viewer. Comparable to the habitat group in a natural history museum, the period room represents the decorative arts in a lively and interesting manner and provides an opportunity to assemble objects related by style, date, or place of manufacture. Question 71. What does the passage mainly discuss? A. The reason that Winterthur was redesigned B. Elements that make Winterthur an unusual museum C. How Winterthur compares to English country houses D. Historical furniture contained in Winterthur Question 72. The phrase "devoted to" in the passage is closest in meaning to_____. A. surrounded by B. specializing in C. successful with D. sentimental about Question 73. What happened at Winterthur between 1929 and 1931? A. The owners moved out. B. The house was repaired. C. The old furniture was replaced. D. The estate became a museum. Question 74. What does the author mean by stating "The impression of a lived-in house is apparent to the visitor"? A. Winterthur is very old. B. Few people visit Winterthur. C. Winterthur does not look like a typical museum. D. The furniture at Winterthur looks comfortable. Question 75. The word "assembled" in the passage is closest in meaning to____. A. summoned B. appreciated C. brought together D. fundamentally changed Question 76. The word "it" in the passage refers to____. A.Winterthur B. Collection C. English country house D. visitor Question 77. The word "developing" in the passage is closest in meaning to_____. A. traditional B. exhibiting C. informative D. evolving Question 78. According lo the passage, objects in a period room are related by all of the following EXCEPT____. A. date B. style C. place of manufacture D. past ownership Question 79. What is die relationship between the two paragraphs in the passage? A. The second paragraph explains a term that was mentioned in the first paragraph. B. Each paragraph describes a different approach to the display of objects in a museum. C. The second paragraph explains a philosophy of art appreciation that contrasts with the philosophy explained in me first paragraph. D. Each paragraph describes a different historical period. Question 80. Where in the passage does the author explain why displays at Winterthur have changed? A. lines 1-3 B. lines 5-6 C. lines 7-10 D. lines 13-16 _________THE END__________ . SỞ GD&ĐT VĨNH PHÚC TRƯỜNG THPT LIỄN SƠN (ĐỀ ĐỀ XUẤT) ĐỀ THI THỬ THQG NĂM 2015 MÔN THI: TIẾNG ANH – ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ 082 Thời gian: 90 phút Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your. does the author explain why displays at Winterthur have changed? A. lines 1-3 B. lines 5-6 C. lines 7-1 0 D. lines 1 3-1 6 _________THE END__________ . first?" A. Would you like to go to David's party this weekend? B. Will you go to David's party this weekend? C. Can I go to David's party this weekend? D. What time does David's party
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