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1 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG dioxide is lost, too much heat escapes out into the atmosphere This can cause the Earth to cool enough for glacial ice to spread across the land In general the reduction of the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has been equalized by the input of carbon dioxide from such events as volcanic eruptions Man, however, is upsetting the equation by burning fossil fuels and destroying tropical rain forests, both of which release stored carbon dioxide This energizes the greenhouse effect and causes the Earth to warm If the warming is significant enough, the polar ice caps eventually melt The polar ice caps drive the atmospheric and oceanic circulation systems Should the ice caps melt, warm tropical waters could circle the globe and make this a very warm, inhospitable planet Over the past century, the global sea level has apparently risen upwards of inches, mainly because of the melting of glacial ice If present warming trends continue, the seas could rise as much as feet by the next century This could flood coastal cities and fertile river deltas, where half the human population lives Delicate wetlands, where many marine species breed, also would be reclaimed by the sea In addition, more frequent and severe storms would batter coastal areas, adding to the disaster of the higher seas The continued melting of the great ice sheets in polar regions could cause massive amounts of ice to crash into the ocean This would further raise the sea level and release more ice, which could more than double the area of sea ice and increase correspondingly the amount of sunlight reflected back into space The cycle would then be complete as this could cause global temperatures to drop enough to initiate another ice age Question 45 According to the passage, carbon dioxide is stored in each of the following EXCEPT A polar ice caps B sedimentary rocks C rain forests D fossil fuel Question 46 What does the final paragraph of the passage mainly discuss? A The relationship between the ocean and the sun B The amount of sunlight reflected into space C A rise in global temperatures D The conditions that could lead to an ice age Question 47 The word beneficial in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to A calm B inviting C thoughtful D favorable Question 48 Which of the following does the author NOT mention as a consequence of a large rise in global sea level? A The destruction of wetlands B The flooding of cities C A more diverse marine population D Severe storms Question 49 According to the passage, what is the relationship between carbon dioxide and the Earth’s climate? A Carbon dioxide, which is trapped in glacial ice, is released when warm temperatures cause the ice melt B The greenhouse effect, which leads to the warming of the climate, is result of too much carbon stored in the Earth’s crust C Rain causes carbon dioxide to be washed out of the atmosphere and into the ocean D An increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide results in the warming of the climate Question 50 The word “this” in the third paragraph refers to A man’s upsetting the equation B the reduction of the level of carbon dioxide C a volcanic eruption D the melting of the polar ice caps Question 51 The word “inhospitable” is closest in meaning to A imperfect B uninhabitable C unlikable D cruel Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|4 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG Question 52 It can be inferred from the passage that the development of agriculture A preceded the development of animal husbandry B withstood vast changes in the Earth’s climate C did not take place during an ice age D was unaffected by the greenhouse effect Question 53 The word “massive” can be replaced to A wide B huge C dense D thick Question 54 What is the main topic of the passage? A The possibility that the popular ice caps will melt B The coming of another ice age C Man’s effect on the carbon dioxide level in the atmosphere D The climate of the Earth over the years 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 Everyone loves Jane Austen’s novels- scientists, feminists, college freshmen, traditionalists, even readers who think they don’t like fiction After Shakespeare and perhaps Dickens, Austen is the most universally admired writer in the English language Her popularity is extraordinary when one considers that she deals with neither death nor religion nor great moments in history Her subject is courtship, and her stories all end the same way- in happy marriage Yet no one has ever accused Austen of being shallow or suggested that her novels appeal because of their escapism Quite the contrary- her work is usually characterized as wise, witty and realistic In many ways, Austen’s novels resemble Shakespeare’s comedies, which also end in marriage Both the novels and the comedies demonstrate how much human nature may be revealed within the confines of a circumscribed environment and a limited plot Like Shakespeare, Austen makes women her central characters By using their wits and their moral sensibilities as a substitute for the power they not have, they bring about a desired end This element in itself - the success of the weak over the powerful - may account for some part of Austen’s popularity The greater part of Austen’s appeal, however, is rooted in her ability to combine the seemingly incompatible qualities of romance and irony, engagement and detachment Rational though she may initially appear from the beauty of her balanced sentences, there is much in Austen’s work that is firmly rooted in the realm of the feelings Despite her elevation of civility, restraint, good manners, good sense, and duty, Austen’s novels are essentially fairy tales-fantasies They are grounded in realism and made credible by careful observation and sound precepts of moral behaviour, but they are fantasies nevertheless Question 55 What is the best title for the passage? A Jane Austen’s life and work B American literature and novels C The attraction of Jane Austen’s novels D Jane Austen and Shakespeare Question 56 We can infer from the passage that most literary critics would admire Austen’s work for all of the following EXCEPT A her insights into human nature B her revelation of universal truths C her humor D the realism of her plot Question 57 The word “courtship” in line most closely means A flirtation B friendship C love D comradeship Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|5 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG Question 58 The author compares Austen’s novels to Shakespeare’s comedies primarily in order to A establish Austen’s literary stature B emphasize the wit that both authors displayed C discuss the role of women in literature D illustrate how each author developed characters Question 59 The author of this passage appears to respect Jane Austen mostly for A her universality of appeal B the great variety of her plots C her lack of irony D her treatment of important historic events Question 60 The author claims that Austen’s work resembles Shakespeare’s comedies in that both writers A placed stock characters to complex situations B placed more emphasis on setting than plot C worked to create an awareness of women’s political inequality D created complex characters within restricted plots Question 61 You can infer from the sentence that begins “This element in itself ” that the author believes which of the following? A The strongest characters are those who start out poor and become rich B The most popular literary characters are those who are the most powerful C Readers dislike plots in which powerless characters increase their social rank by misrepresenting themselves D Readers like to identify with characters who overcome adversity Question 62 The author mentions the “realm of the feelings” (line 18) to describe A the rational thoughts of Austen’s characters B the deep emotion that Austen’s characters experience C one way in which Austen’s work resembles that of Shakespeare D the realism that is the basis for Austen’s novels Question 63 In line 20 the word “sound” most closely means A based on truth B accurate C financially secure D forceful Question 64 The author’s attitude toward Jane Austen can best be described as A moderately approving B enthusiastic and admiring C completely unbiased D a blend of approval and disapproval WRITING Part I Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence printed before it Question 65: Why isn’t this TV working? →What _ Question 66: Immediately after his arrival, things went wrong →No sooner _ Question 67: This is the quickest way to get into the town centre →There is _ Question 68: I’m sure you were driving too fast →You must Question 69: It was overeating that caused his heart attack →If he _ Part II In about 140 words, write a paragraph about your hometown ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… -THE END -Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|6 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG THỬ SỨC TRƯỚC KỲ THI QUỐC GIA NĂM 2015 ĐỀ SỐ 24 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 1: A attract B decide C reject D beauty Question 2: A delicate B promotion C volcanic D resources Question 3: A badminton B swallow C challenge D ballet Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions Question 4: A linked B declared C finished D developed Question 5: A heavy B head C weather D easy Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 6: A few animals sometimes fool their enemies _ to be dead A have been appearing B to be appearing C to appear D by appearing Question 7: On _ he had won, he jumped for joy A he was told B having told C being told D telling Question 8: It has been raining I got up A when B since C until D as Question 9: Learning English isn't so difficult once you _ A get on it B get off it C get down to it D get down with it Question 10: Next week when there a full moon, the ocean tide will be higher A is B will be C is being D will have been Question 11: _ is the natural environment in which plants or animals live A Ecology B Habitat C Extinction D Biodiversity Question 12: I have told you not to it _ A hundreds of times B many hundred times C hundred times D a hundred times Question 13: George wouldn't have met Mary _ to his brother's graduation party A had he not gone B hadn't he gone C if he has not gone D if he shouldn't have gone Question 14: Venice, was built on water, is a city in Italy A where B that C who D which Question 15: It is recommended that he _ this course A took B take C takes D taking Question 16: We bought some _ A German lovely old glasses B German old lovely glasses C lovely old German glasses D old lovely German glasses Question 17: Tom "I'm sorry I won't be able to come" - Mary “ _” A Great B Oh, that's annoying C Well, never mind D Sounds like fun Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|1 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG Question 18: If you had taken my advice, you _ in such difficulties now A wouldn't have been B hadn't been C wouldn't be D won't be Question 19: One's fingerprints are _ other person A different from B different from any C differ from any D different from those of any Question 20: I have a good job with good salary You _ send me any money, my lovely father A mustn’t B mightn’t C mayn’t D needn’t Question 21: _ appears considerably larger at the horizon than it does overhead is merely an optical illusion A The Moon B The Moon which C When the Moon D That the Moon Question 22: I should very much like to have gone to that party of theirs, but _ A I'm not invited B I will not be invited C I have not been invited D I was not invited Question 23: The last person will have to turn off the lights A have left B left C leaving D to leave Question 24: She listened so attentively that not a word _ A she had missed B she missed C she didn't miss D did she miss 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 25: The augmentation in the population has created a fuel shortage A increase B necessity C demand D decrease Question 26: When their rent increased from $200 to $400 a month, they protested against such a tremendous increase A light B huge C tiring D difficult Question 27: Unselfishness is the very essence of friendship A romantic part B difficult part C important part D interesting part Question 28: The notice should be put in the most conspicuous place so that all the students can be wellinformed A popular B suspicious C easily seen D beautiful Question 29: He was asked to account for his presence at the scene of crime A complain B exchange C explain D arrange Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to choose the sentence which is closest in meaning to the given one Experts in climatology and other scientists are becoming extremely concerned about the changes to our climate which are taking place Admittedly, climate changes have occurred on our planet before For example, there have been several ice ages or glacial periods These climatic changes, however, were different from the modern ones in that they occurred gradually and, as far as we know, naturally The changes currently being monitored are said to be the result not of natural causes, but of human activity Furthermore, the rate of change is becoming alarmingly rapid The major problem is that the planet appears to be warming up According to some experts, this warming process, known as global warming, is occurring at a rate unprecedented in the last 10,000 years The implications for the planet are very serious Rising global temperatures could give rise to such ecological disasters as extremely high increases in the incidence of flooding and of droughts These in turn could have a harmful effect on agriculture It is thought that this unusual warming of the Earth has been caused by so-called greenhouse gases, Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|2 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG such as carbon dioxide, being emitted into the atmosphere by car engines and modern industrial processes, for example Such gases not only add to the pollution of the atmosphere, but also create a greenhouse effect, by which the heat of the sun is trapped This leads to the warming up of the planet Politicians are also concerned about climate change and there are now regular summits on the subject, attended by representatives from around 180 of the world’s industrialized countries Of these summits, the most important took place in Kyotoin Japanin 1997 There it was agreed that the most industrialized countries would try to reduce the volume of greenhouse gas emissions and were given targets for this reduction of emissions It was also suggested that more forests should be planted to create so-called sinks to absorb greenhouse gases At least part of the problem of rapid climate change has been caused by too drastic deforestation Sadly, the targets are not being met Even more sadly, global warnings about climate changes are often still being regarded as scaremongering Question 30: According to the passage, in what way did the climate changes in the ice ages differ from the modern ones? A They occurred naturally over a long period of time B They were partly intended C They were wholly the result of human activity D They were fully monitored by humans Question 31: The word “alarmingly” in paragraph is closest in meaning to A disapprovingly B disappointingly C surprisingly D worryingly Question 32: According to the passage, agriculture could A make the global warming more serious B be indirectly affected by the global temperature rises C give rise to many ecological disasters D be directly damaged by the rises in global temperature Question 33: Greenhouse gases cause the warming up of the Earth because they A are emitted by car engines B trap heat from the sun C not add to atmosphere pollution D are unusual gases Question 34: According to the passage, 1997 witnessed A the largest number of summits on the subject of climate change B the most important summit on climate change taking place inKyoto,Japan C the highest attendance by representatives from 180 industrialised countries D widespread concern about climate change Question 35: It can be inferred from the passage that the countries which are mainly responsible for global warming are A countries with the warmest climate B developing countries C developed countries D the most industrialized countries Question 36: The word “There” in paragraph refers to A the world’s industrialized countries B regular summits on climate change C the most industrialized countries D the 1997 summit inKyoto,Japan Question 37: Which of the following is NOT true, according to the passage? A Carbon dioxide is one of the gases that may cause the so-called greenhouse effect B The so-called sinks created by forests can absorb greenhouse gases C The problem of rapid climate change has been caused mainly by deforestation D Politicians are among those who are concerned about climate change Question 38: The word “drastic” in paragraph is closest in meaning to A hard B severe C widespread D obvious Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|3 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG Question 39: What is probably the writer’s attitude toward global warning? A Optimistic B Pessimistic C Neutral D Positive Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction Question 40: The man whom I wanted to meet him was away on business A B C D Question 41:Passengers shouldn’t be thrown away their tickets as they may be checked during the journey A B C D Question 42: No one came to see us since we bought these bloodhounds A B C D Question 43: The shopkeeper warned the boys don’t lean their bicycles against his windows A B C D Question 44: The most people believe that marriage and family life are the basis of society A B C D Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks 45 to 54 We are using up the world’s petroleum We use (45) _in our cars and to heat our building in winter.Farmers use petrochemicals to (46) _ the soil rich They use them to kill insects (47) _eat plants These chemicals go (48) rivers and lakes and kill the fish there Thousands of pollutants also go into the air and pollute it Winds carry this (49) _ air to other countries and other continents Poor farmers use the same land over and (50) The land needs a rest so it will be better next year However, the farmers must have food this year Poor people cut down forests (51) _ firewood In some areas when the trees are gone, the land (52) _ desert Poor people can’t save the environment for the (53) _ This is not a problem for one country or one area of the world It is a problem for all- humans The people and the nations of the world must work together to (54) _ the world’s resources Question 45: A it B them C that D those Question 46: A work B change C make D let Question 47: A what B who C whom D which Question 48: A out B for C at D into Question 49: A pollute B polluting C polluted D pollution Question 50: A over B again C repeatedly D repeating Question 51: A of B for C with D at Question 52: A gets B changes C turns D becomes Question 53: A future B time being C times D period Question 54: A recycle B preserve C keep D reuse 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 Robert Capa Robert Capa is a name that has for many years been synonymous with war photography Born in Hungary in 1913 as Friedmann Endre Ernő, Capa was forced to leave his native country after his involvement in anti-government protests Capa had originally wanted to become a writer, but after his arrival in Berlin had first found work as a photographer He later left Germany and moved to France due to the rise in Nazism He tried to find work as a freelance journalist and it was here that he changed Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|4 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG his name to Robert Capa, mainly because he thought it would sound more American In 1936, after the breakout of the Spanish Civil war, Capa went to Spain and it was here over the next three years that he built his reputation as a war photographer It was here too in 1936 that he took one of his most famous pictures, The Death of a Loyalist Soldier One of Capa’s most famous quotes was 'If your pictures aren't good enough, you're not close enough.' And he took his attitude of getting close to the action to an extreme His photograph, The Death of a Loyalist Soldier is a prime example of this as Capa captures the very moment the soldier falls However, many have questioned the authenticity of this photograph, claiming that it was staged When World war II broke out, Capa was in New York, but he was soon back in Europe covering the war for Life magazine Some of his most famous work was created on 6th June 1944 when he swam ashore with the first assault on Omaha Beach in the D-Day invasion of Normandy Capa, armed only with two cameras, took more than one hundred photographs in the first hour of the landing, but a mistake in the darkroom during the drying of the film destroyed all but eight frames It was the images from these frames however that inspired the visual style of Steven Spielberg's Oscar winning movie ‘Saving Private Ryan’ When Life magazine published the photographs, they claimed that they were slightly out of focus, and Capa later used this as the title of his autobiographical account of the war Capa’s private life was no less dramatic He was friend to many of Hollywood’s directors, actors and actresses In 1943 he fell in love with the wife of actor John Austin His affair with her lasted until the end of the war and became the subject of his war memoirs He was at one time lover to actress Ingrid Bergman Their relationship finally ended in 1946 when he refused to settle in Hollywood and went off to Turkey In 1947 Capa was among a group of photojournalists who founded Magnum Photos This was a cooperative organisation set up to support photographers and help them to retain ownership of the copyright to their work Capa went on to document many other wars He never attempted to glamorise war though, but to record the horror He once said, "The desire of any war photographer is to be put out of business." Capa died as he had lived After promising not to photograph any more wars, he accepted an assignment to go to Indochina to cover the first Indochina war On May 25th 1954 Capa was accompanying a French regiment when he left his jeep to take some photographs of the advance and stepped on a land mine He was taken to a nearby hospital, still clutching his camera, but was pronounced dead on arrival He left behind him a testament to the horrors of war and a standard for photojournalism that few others have been able to reach Capa’s legacy has lived on through and in 1966 his brother Cornell founded the International Fund for Concerned Photography in his honor There is also a Robert Capa Gold Medal, which is given to the photographer who publishes the best photographic reporting from abroad with evidence of exceptional courage But perhaps his greatest legacy of all is the haunting images of the human struggles that he captured.Top of Form Question 55: Why did Capa change his name? A Because he had to leave Hungary B To hide his identity C To sound more American D Because he had been involved in protests Question 56: Capa originally wanted to be A American B a writer C a protestor D a photojournalist Question 57: Capa went to Spain to A build his reputation B fight in the civil war C take photographs D have a holiday Question 58: Capa’s famous picture Death of a Loyalist Soldier A cannot be proven genuine or staged B was definitely genuine C was taken by someone else D wasn’t even taken in Spain Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|5 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG Question 59: When World War II broke out Capa A swam ashore on Omaha Beach B went to New York C went to Normandy D went to Europe Question 60: A mistake meant that A Capa lost both of his two cameras B Capa’s images inspired an Oscar winning movie C only one hundred of Capa’s photographs were published D Most of Capa’s images of the D-Day landing were destroyed Question 61: Capa’s private life was A very glamorous B spent in Turkey C less dramatic than his professional life D spent mostly in Hollywood Question 62: Capa wanted his work to A be very famous B make lots of money C show how glamorous war can be D show the true horror of war Question 63: Which sentence best paraphrases paragraph 5? A Capa had a tragic private life and was never able to settle down and find happiness B Capa wanted to make friends with important people in Hollywood so that he could move into the movie industry C Despite having many good friends and lovers, Capa always put his work first D Capa’s private life was very complicated He could not choose between the two women he loved, so he went off to work in Turkey Question 64: Which sentence best paraphrases paragraph 4? A Capa only kept the best eight D-Day photographs as the others were out of focus These inspired the visual style of a Hollywood film B Capa left Europe when the war broke out and went to take his most famous photographs of the DDay invasion C Capa never tried to avoid danger He risked his life to take photographs of the D-Day invasion, but then destroyed most of them D Capa took some of his most famous photographs during the D-Day invasion, but most were tragically destroyed in an accident Writing: Write an English essay (about 150 words) about your hobby ……………….……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|6 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG THỬ SỨC TRƯỚC KỲ THI QUỐC GIA NĂM 2015 ĐỀ SỐ 25 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 A disorder B description C threatening D linguistics Question A hazardous B prosperous C dangerous D courageous Question A property B nitrogen C surgery D furthermore Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question A celebration B celebrity C celebrate D ceremony Question A confine B conceal C convention D concentrate Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underline part that needs correcting Question We call her as ‘Auntie Flo’, though she is not really any relation to us A any B though C as D to us Question A light year is the distance that light travels in one year calculated by using the speed of 186,284 miles the second as a base A travels B the C calculated D distance Question A 1971 U.S government policy not only put warnings on cigarette packs but also ban television advertising of cigarettes A ban B advertising C government D warnings Question Louis Braille designed a form of communication enabling people to convey and preserve their thoughts to incorporate a series of dots which were read by the finger tips A enabling B were read C to convey D to incorporate Question 10 Marta being chosen as the most outstanding student of her campus made her parents very happy A most outstanding B Marta C made her parents D chosen Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 11 The population of India is already nearly _ China’s, and with its much higher birth-rate, will almost certainly become the world’s _ populous country within this century A so large as – so B large enough – more C as large as – most D too large for – very Question 12 A _ of dancers from Beijing is one of the leading attractions in the festival A packet B herd C troop D troupe Question 13 Some of our volunteers would _ for teachers in the event of a strike A act up B fit in C fill in D work out Question 14 I applied for the job _ the off chance, but I didn't seriously expect to get it A with B on C by D for Question 15 I couldn’t understand what made them all _ at the reception A sound so formal B sound so formally C sounding very formally D to sound so formal Question 16 In Europe _ people are getting married these days and _ people are living together outside marriage A so many – less B such a lot of – such many C too many – so a lot of D far fewer – more Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|1 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG Question 17 The company had sent the advertisement to the newspaper when they realized they’d mistyped the salary they were offering for the position.Luckily, they _ the newspaper to correct their mistake before they printed it A were able to ask B might have asked C could have asked D must have asked Question 18 They agreed to the changes _ that they would be introduced gradually A with the conditions B by the comprehension C for the interpretation D on the understanding Question 19 The robbers packed the diamonds into a suitcase and _ in a van that waited for them in the street A rolled over B made off C carried away D put through Question 20 It seems that you have to cope with the stresses and strains of the job, _? A doesn’t it B don’t you C isn’t it D haven’t you Question 21 The wine _ for dinner last night really had a delicious fruity flavor A we had B which we had it C we had it D that had Question 22 Nowadays, quite a few internet courses can offer an effective _ to classroom teaching A alternating B alternative C alternatively D alternation Question 23 Deep sea diving should always be carried out in pairs In this way, another source of oxygen is available _ one system fails A only when B as if C otherwise D in case Question 24 Well, if I _it several times, I might still believe he has good intentions A hadn’t heard Dino to be saying B heard not Dino as saying C didn’t hear Dino say D hadn’t heard Dino say Question 25 This is Mrs Belinda _ book the chapters were prepared and edited perfectly A in whose B in which C whose D from whose Question 26 Police are warning the public to be on the _ for suspicious packages A guard B care C alert D alarm Question 27 Peter: “Do you mind if I put the television on?” Susan: “ _.” A No, not in the least B Not mention it C You are welcome D It’s no matter to me Question 28 Most of us found the Mayor’s idea _ their own candidates for royal honors a little awkward, but he was right, of course A to let the local people for nominating B of having the local people to nominate C of getting the local people nominate D of having the local people nominate Question 29 If you refuse to it, the bosses will have no difficulty _ the job A getting one of those ambitious young men B to get one of those ambitious young men to C with getting one of those ambitious young men D in getting one of those ambitious young men to 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 30: Stacy couldn’t stand it anymore She decided to speak her mind A say exactly what she thought B say a few words C have a chat D make up her mind Question 31: Before submitting the document, I had to check whether all the sources of information are valid A available B legitimate C understandable D clear Question 32: You should keep an eye out for that! A look at B take care of C maintain awareness of D control 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 Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|2 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG Question 33: Teachers are still getting used to the latest upheavals in the education system A alterations B stagnation C disruptions D inappropriateness Question 34: Tired of being a tiny cog in a vast machine, he handed in his resignation A an important person B a large piece of equipment C a small group of people D a significant instrument Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best option for each of the blanks The joys and tribulations of being a pet owner! During our lifetime most of us have some experience of either owning a pet or being in (35) _contact with someone who does Is there such a thing as “the ideal pet”? If so, what characterizes the ideal pet? Various (36) _ influence one’s choice of pet, from your reasons for getting a pet to your lifestyle For example, although quite (37) _ pets are relatively cheap to buy, the cost of upkeep can be considerable Everything must be (38) _ into account, from food and bedding, to vaccinations and veterinary bills You must be prepared to (39) _ time on your pet, which involves shopping for it, cleaning and feeding it Pets can be demanding and a big responsibility Are you prepared to exercise and (40) _ an animal or you prefer a more independent pet? How much spare room you have? Is it right to lock an energetic animal into a detained space? Do you live near a busy road which may threaten the life of your pet? Pets (41) _ as turtles and goldfish can be cheap and convenient, but if you prefer affectionate pets, a friendly cat or dog would be more (42) _ People get pets for a number of reasons, (43) _ com¬pany, security or to teach responsibility to children Pets can be affectionate and loyal and an excellent source of company as long as you know what pet (44) _ you and your lifestyle Question 35 A tight B near C narrow D close Question 36 A elements B factors C points D facets Question 37 A a many B a lot C a few D a bit Question 38 A taken B considering C held D kept Question 39 A take B waste C spend D occupy Question 40 A housetrain B household C housework D housekeep Question 41 A for B so C much D such Question 42 A appropriate B likely C comfortable D close-knit Question 43 A for B with C in D by Question 44 A suits B matches C fits with D attaches to 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 A fold culture is small, isolated, cohesive, conservative, nearly self-sufficient group that is homogeneous in custom and race, with a strong family or clan structure and highly developed rituals Order is maintained through sanctions based in the religion or family, and interpersonal relationships are strong Tradition is paramount, and change comes infrequently and slowly There is relatively little division of labor into specialized duties Rather, each person is expected to perform a great variety of tasks, though duties may differ between the sexes Most goods are handmade, and a subsistence economy prevails Individualism is weakly developed in folk cultures, as are social classes Unaltered folk cultures no longer exist in industrialized countries such as the United States and Canada Perhaps the nearest modern equivalent in Anglo-America is the Amish, a German American farming sect that largely renounces the products and labor saving devices of the industrial age In Amish areas, horse-drawn buggies till serve as a local transportation device, and the faithful are not permitted to own automobiles The Amish’s central religious concept of Demut, “humility”, clearly reflects the weakness of individualism and social class so typical of folk cultures, and there is a corresponding strength of Amish group identity Rarely the Amish marry outside their sect The religion, a variety of the Mennonite faith, provides the principal mechanism for maintaining order By contrast, a popular culture is a large heterogeneous group, often highly individualistic and constantly changing Relationships tend to be impersonal, and a pronounced division of labor exists, Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|3 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG leading to the establishment of many specialized professions Secular institutions, of control such as the police and army take the place of religion and family in maintaining order, and a money-based economy prevails Because of these contrasts, “popular” may be viewed as clearly different from “folk” The popular is replacing the folk in industrialized countries and in many developing nations, Folkmade objects give way to their popular equivalent, usually because the popular item is more quickly or cheaply produced, is easier or time saving to use, or lends more prestige to the owner Question 45 What does the passage mainly discuss? A Two decades in modern society B The specialization of labor in Canada and the United States C The influence of industrial technology D The characteristics of “folk” and “popular” societies Question 46 The word “homogeneous” is closest in meaning to _ A primitive B uniform C traditional D general Question 47 Which of the following is typical of folk cultures? A Social change occurs slowly B There is a money-based economy C Each person develops one specialized skill D Contact with other cultures is encouraged Question 48 What does the author imply about the United States and Canada? A They not value individualism B They have no social classes C They value folk cultures D They have popular cultures Question 49 The phrase “largely renounces” is closest in meaning to _ A generally rejects B loudly declares C often criticizes D greatly modifies Question 50 What is the main source of order in Amish society? A The government B The economy C The religion D The clan structure Question 51 Which of the following statements about Amish beliefs does the passage support? A People are defined according to their class B Individualism and competition are important C Pre-modern technology is preferred D A variety of religious practices is tolerated Question 52 Which of the following would probably NOT be found in a folk culture? A A banker B A farmer C A weaver D A carpenter Question 53 The word “prevails” is closest in meaning to _ A develops B invests C dominates D provides Question 54 Which of following is NOT given as a reason why folk-made objects are replaced by massproduced objects? A cost B convenience C prestige D quality 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 The Battle of Chancellorsville The Battle of Chancellorsville, one of the most famous battles of the Civil War, took place in Virginia in the spring of 1863 For months, the two armies had been staked out on opposite banks of a narrow river The Confederate troops were led by perhaps the most revered military tactician in American history, General Robert E Lee The Union soldiers were led by "Fighting" Joe Hooker In appearance, personality, and lifestyle, these men were nearly perfect opposites Lee, an older man in poor health with a gray beard, had a somber, measured demeanor Hooker was a blond, strapping Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|4 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG young man whose vanity over his appearance was but one aspect of his egotism Whereas Lee was devout and principled, Hooker was known for his rollicking enjoyment of both women and whiskey Despite the fact that the Confederacy had won the last four major battles and the Union soldiers were famished, exhausted, and demoralized, Hooker proclaimed, "My plans are perfect And when I start to carry them out, may God have mercy on Bobby Lee, for I shall have none." Why, aside from a propensity for narcissism, was Hooker so confident? Hooker had used spies, analysts, and even hot air balloons to compile a vast amount of intelligence about Lee’s army He had discerned, for example, that Lee had only 61,000 men to Hooker’s own 134,000 Buoyed by his superior numbers, Hooker covertly moved 70,000 of his men fifteen miles up and across the river, and then ordered them to sneak back down to position themselves behind Lee’s army In effect, Hooker had cut off the Confederate soldiers in front and behind They were trapped Satisfied with his advantage, Hooker became convinced that Lee’s only option was to retreat to Richmond, thus assuring a Union victory Yet Lee, despite his disadvantages of both numbers and position, did not retreat Instead, he moved his troops into position to attack Union soldiers who tried to warn Hooker that Lee was on the offensive were dismissed as cowards Having become convinced that Lee had no choice but to retreat, Hooker began to ignore reality When Lee’s army attacked the Union soldiers at 5:00 p.m., they were eating supper, completely unprepared for battle They abandoned their rifles and fled as Lee’s troops came shrieking out of the brush, bayonets drawn Against all odds, Lee won the Battle of Chancellorsville, and Hooker’s forces withdrew in defeat Question 55 Based on information in the text, it can be concluded that Hooker lost the Battle of Chancellorsville mostly because of his A ignorance B overconfidence C vanity D faulty information Question 56 The contrast drawn between Lee and Hooker in paragraph is intended to A prove that two men with very different values could end up in similar positions of power B provide support for the idea that Lee was a more virtuous person than Hooker, and therefore a better military commander C imply that these men fundamentally differed in their approaches to nearly everything, including battle D showcase the different backgrounds and personal histories of these two enemy soldiers Question 57 In paragraph 3, the author quotes Hooker as saying, “My plans are perfect And when I start to carry them out, may God have mercy on Bobby Lee, for I shall have none.” The author most likely includes this quote in order to A provide an example of the way language has changed since 1863 B foreshadow Hooker’s defeat at the hands of Lee’s army C reveal that Hooker was a deeply religious man in spite of his lifestyle D demonstrate Hooker’s belief in his own infallibility Question 58 Based on its use in paragraph 3, it can be inferred that the word propensity belongs to which of the following word groups? A tendency, inclination, predisposition B distaste, aversion, dissatisfaction C flaw, fault, shortcoming D fondness, partiality, affection Question 59 How many men did Hooker position behind Lee's army? A 134,000 B 61,000 C 73,000 D 70,000 Question 60 As used in paragraph 4, buoyed most nearly means A heartened B floated C anchored D strengthened Question 61 According to the author, Hooker’s advantages going into the Battle of Chancellorsville included A numbers and position only B position only C numbers, position and strategy D position and strategy only Question 62 As used in paragraph 4, buoyed most nearly means A vivid details B specific examples C sensory words D dialogue Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|5 KHÓA LUYỆN GIẢI ĐỀ THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH - Cô VŨ MAI PHƯƠNG Question 63 If this passage were to continue, which of the following would most likely be the first sentence of the next paragraph? A Upon returning to camp, the triumphant Lee immediately ordered for supplies to be brought up and provisions made for a raucous victory celebration B Wounded in both body and spirit, Hooker and his severely diminished forces retreated to higher ground where they proceeded to reload their weapons and prepare for a counter attack C In all his days of fighting, Hooker had never been met with such surprise and opposition; he took to solemn contemplation of the events that had transpired as well as the lessons he might learn from them D Not one to gloat over his success, Lee remarked that the victory had been the product of valiant fighting and good luck, as he began to map out strategies for their next move Question 64 The word “devout” is closest in meaning to A passive B committed C delight D diligent WRITING (THÍ SINH LÀM PHẦN NÀY VÀO MẶT SAU CỦA PHIẾU TRẮC NGHIỆM) Part I Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence printed before it Question 65: Mosquitoes cause malaria and this is well-known → That……………………………………………………………………………………………………… Question 66: It is better to wear out than rust out → To rush out……………………………………………………………………………………………… Question 67: ‘So sorry! I made a mistake” DVH said to his students → DVH apologized………………………………………………………………………………………… Question 68: The house seemed to have been unoccupied for several years → It looked………………………………………………………………………………………………… Question 69: “If you don’t take it easy, you’ll have another heart attack” the doctor said to the patient → The doctor warned the patient…………………………………………………………………………… Part II In about 140 words, write a paragraph about a festival in your country ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Truy cập http://www.moon.vn để xem lời giải video đầy đủ chi tiết đề thi Page|6
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