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SỞ GD & ĐT AN GIANG TRƯỜNG THPT BA CHÚC ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP QUỐC GIA Môn: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề (Đề thi có 50 câu / trang) 222 Họ tên thí sinh: Số báo danh: Mark the letter A, B, C, or part differs from the other Question 1: A packed Question 2: A feat D on your answer sheet to indicate the word three in pronunciation in each of the following B added C hoped D B great C seat D whose underlined questions pronounced beat 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 risky B conserve C liquid D forest Question 4: A competitor B participant C volunteer D minority 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: Although this car appears to be manufactured by a different company, it has the same A B C body style, size, and perform as that one D Question 6: The popularity of soccer in the United States were increased significantly by the playing of the A B C World Cup in cities throughout the country in 1994 D Question 7: Could you take care in my handbag while I am going to the toilet? 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: In the past, women used to be dependent on their husbands or fathers A economic B economical C economically D economy Question 9: Be sure to a real effort to answer all the questions the interviewer asks A B make C put D take Question 10: Probability of extinction depends _ both the population size and fine details of the population demography A on B in C from D for Question 11: Although I encountered many difficulties in my studying, I tried my best to them A get over B turn off C go ahead D get up Question 12: I put my cousin in _ with a friend who works at the company A connection B link C respect D contact Question 13: The more you study, A the more knowledge you gain B you are the more knowledgeable C the more knowledge you gain D you will gain more knowledge Question 14: By the end of this month, I English for years A have learnt B will have learnt C had learnt D learnt Question 15: All the iron doors by wooden doors A must be replaced B must replaced C must replaced D must to be replaced Question 16: Nowadays elephants are one of the species in the world They need protecting A enlightened B expensive C endangered D enlarged Question 17: _ in Rome than he was kidnapped A No sooner he arrived B Had he no sooner arrived C No sooner had he arrived D No sooner he had arrived Question 18: He asked me _ home the day before A what time I leave B what time I will leave C what time I left D what time I had left Question 19: I can't find my book anywhere; I _ it at home A must have been leaving B must leave C must be leave D must have left 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: Tina and Lewis are very happy because they are going to have three holidays in a row They are discussing what they are going to during the holidays - Tina: We're going to go hiking and camping in the mountains - Lewis: “ _ Mountain is my favourite destination.” A I prefer going hiking to camping B I don’t like mountains C That sounds exciting! D How wonderful you are Question 21: Jennifer and Katherine are discussing advantages and disadvantages of supermarkets and traditional markets - Jennifer: “I believe that supermarkets are much better than traditional markets.” – Katherine: “ Each has its own features.” A I couldn’t agree with you more B That’s completely true C I disagree with you D I can’t help thinking the same 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: The saturated, dripping dog ran in the house after swimming in the lake A wet B old C dirty D smelly Question 23: Precipitation, such as rain and snow, falls from the sky A lightening B water that falls from the sky C thunder D wind that causes disasters 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: Although the princess is familiar to those in London, she is unknown to the rest of the world A infamous B famous C unknown D well-known Question 25: Although Mary was willing to play in the snow, Jack was reluctant because he was so cold A ill-prepared B willing C unwilling D excited 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: People say he won a lot of money on the lottery A He is said that he won a lot of money on the lottery B He won a lot of money on the lottery, it is said C He is said to have won a lot of money on the lottery D He was said to win a lot of money on the lottery Question 27: "Don't forget to give the book back to Mary," he said to me A He reminded me to give the book back to Mary B He reminded me to forget to give the book back to Mary C He advised me to give the book back to Mary D He advised me to forget to give the book back to Mary Question 28: My wife didn’t leave the car keys, so I couldn’t pick her up at the station A If my wife had leave the car keys, I could pick her up at the station B If my wife had left the car keys, I could pick her up at the station C If my wife had left the car keys, I could have picked her up at the station D If my wife had left the car keys, I could picked her up at the station 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: Mr Smith is a professor His car was stolen yesterday A Mr Smith, who is a professor, his car was stolen yesterday B Mr Smith, who his car was stolen yesterday, is a professor C Mr Smith, whose car was stolen yesterday, is a professor D His car was stolen yesterday, he is a professor Question 30: The weather was very hot They continued playing football A Although the hot weather, they continued playing football B In spite of the hot weather, they continued playing football C In spite of the weather was hot, they continued playing football D Despite the weather was hot, they continued playing football 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 READING Reading is one of the simplest forms of relaxation for mind and body Relaxation reading helps us take our minds off our problems if even only for a short time, (31) _ helps to reduce stress levels The pressures of work and life these days mean that more people are getting stressed and (32) _ it difficult to relax A good story can aid you in relaxing the mind Reading can also be fun Lately, fewer people are reading books and more people are watching television and playing video games Many people have forgotten how much fun it is to read a book A book can open a world of excitement and adventure for the reader Reading helps improve your knowledge and (33) _ your understanding of the world Choosing a book that suits you is as (34) _ as choosing a DVD! There are many different kinds of books, and authors have different styles of writing Most people have a favorite actor or kind of film It is just as easy to have a favorite book or author There are books for everyone: Fiction, Romance, Thriller, Action Adventure, or Horror Why don’t you start reading a new book today? You might be lucky (35) _ to find a book that changes your life! Question 31: A what B which C that D who Question 32: A find B see C feel D discover Question 33: A rises B reduces C increases D gets up Question 34: A ease B easy C easily D uneasy Question 35: A too B such C so D enough 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 In some cultures, tea drinking is a social event with specific customs China and the United Kingdom are two countries with formal, well-developed tea cultures In China, there are ceremonial customs for every aspect of tea drinking, from filling the cup to thanking the pourer A tea drinker can thank the server by tapping the table with the index and middle fingers In Chinese society, tea customs can express a range of emotions Offering tea to one’s elders, for example, is a way of showing respect In other situations, pouring tea for someone can be a form of apology On the other hand, a newly married couple may serve tea during their wedding ceremony to express gratitude to their parents for all the sacrifices they made raising them In the United Kingdom, tea culture is closely tied to the workday schedule Afternoon tea, Britain’s best-known tea ceremony, started in the 1840s It usually happens between and p.m but can be somewhat earlier or later It is a time for conversation and relaxation, when people take a break from their day Traditionally, afternoon tea was taken with a light snack of pastries and sandwiches The tea itself, usually from India or Ceylon (which is now known as Sri Lanka), was served in a silver teapot and china cups Afternoon tea is still sometimes served formally today, but it is just as often served informally High tea is a variation on afternoon tea originally adapted for working-class families who could not afford a proper dinner It happens slightly later in the day and is served with food more substantial than pastries and sandwiches In China, tea customs are a means of emotional expression In the United Kingdom, they break up the workday schedule and give people an opportunity to socialize and rest But these traditions are disappearing in both countries as time goes by What purpose tea customs in your country serve? Are these customs still followed today? Question 36: What is the passage mainly about? A how Chinese tea customs inflenced the United Kingdom B the similarities between Chinese and British tea ceremonies C reasons why tea is such an important beverage around the world D how tea is consumed in two particular societies Question 37: The word “them” in paragraph two refers to _ A situations B parents C sacrifices D newly married couple Question 38: The main purpose of the fourth paragraph is to _ A show that tea customs have a very long history B explain that the meaning of tea drinking varies by culture C point out that China and the United Kingdom have much in common D explain why tea customs in China and the United Kingdom are disappearing Question 39: The word “tied” in paragraph is closest in meaning to A recorded B collected C reported D related Question 40: Why couples serve tea during their wedding ceremony in China? A to thank their parents for raising them B to show thanks to each other C to offer respect to the wedding guests D to express their love to the public Question 41: Which is NOT true about the United Kingdom’s tea culture? A It is inflUenced by the workday schedule B Tea times happen in the afternoon or evening C Only wealthy people observe the tradition D Food is generally served Question 42: What can be inferred about afternoon tea? A It was started to make people work longer B It used to happen earlier in the day than it does now C It is rarely served in an informal setting D It is not consumed with a heavy meal 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 Look in the mirror—are you wearing glasses right now? Did you choose that particular pair of glasses because of their function or because of their design? Nowadays, we have many options to choose from Glasses have come a long way since the time of their origin The first record of lenses used for magnification appears in an Egyptian text from around the 5th century B.C Yet the first mention of eyeglasses did not come until more than a millennium and a half later In 1306, a religious leader in Italy mentioned that eyeglasses had been around for two decades From that, we can infer that they were invented around 1286 In the 18th century, Benjamin Franklin developed the technology further when he created bifocals In spite of advances like contact lenses and laser eye surgery, glasses remain popular today What will be the next major leap in the evolution of glasses? Technology companies are researching ways to make glasses into wearable computers Perhaps these will one day replace smartphones Future glasses may have a function that is completely apart from correcting vision They may look like the glasses of the past, with a headband that runs across your forehead and hooks behind each ear But instead of having lenses, they may hold a partially transparent screen in front of your eyes Using this screen, you may be able to make calls, browse the Internet, and get directions In addition to a screen, future glasses may have an earpiece, speaker, and microphone, which may allow you to control the device through speech If you actually need glasses to correct your vision, however, you may have to hope that these futuristic features can be built into regular glasses The glasses of the future sound very convenient, but it’s likely they will have some unforeseen side effects It would be a good idea to study their impact before we start wearing screens in front of our eyes all the time Question 43: What is the passage mainly about? A how glasses were invented in ancient Egypt B why glasses have not changed much since their invention C the benefis of making wearable computers in the future D how glasses have evolved and what they might be like in the future Question 44: The word “they” in paragraph refers to _ A decades B options C glasses D leaders Question 45: The main purpose of the fourth paragraph is to _ A explain what glasses will probably look like in the future B warn readers about a possible problem with future glasses C make readers excited about possible developments in eyewear D explain the differences between glasses of the past and the present Question 46: The word “partially” in paragraph is closest in meaning to A not quickly B not correctly C not regularly D not completely Question 47: Where did the fist record of lenses appear? A in an 18th century book about eye surgery B in notes made by the inventor Benjamin Franklin C in an Egyptian text from the 5th century B.C D in a talk given by an Italian leader Question 48: Which is NOT mentioned as a feature of future glasses? A They will fil the function of a smartphone B They will have a partially see-through screen C They will be controlled through speech D They will be more comfortable than regular glasses Question 49: The word “unforeseen” in paragraph is closest in meaning to _ A unpredicted B unbelievable C unknown D unestimated Question 50: What can be inferred about future glasses? A They will not contain lenses that correct vision B They will cost less than current glasses C They will be less breakable than normal glasses D They will not need to be worn every day ... religious leader in Italy mentioned that eyeglasses had been around for two decades From that, we can infer that they were invented around 128 6 In the 18th century, Benjamin Franklin developed the... help thinking the same 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 : The... to _ A decades B options C glasses D leaders Question 45: The main purpose of the fourth paragraph is to _ A explain what glasses will probably look like in the future B warn readers about
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