Đề thi tiếng anh đề TEST 26 SP HN lần 4

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KỲ THI THPT QUỐC GIA ĐỀ THỰC HÀNH SỐ 26 SỞ GD&ĐT HÀ NỘI TRƯỜNG THPT HÀ NỘI lần I Phần trắc nghiệm 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 1: A interest B legendary C panel D nursery Question 2: A entrance B circus C official D certain Question 3: A kindly B misty C pharmacy D pigsty 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 4: A curriculum B congratulate C diplomatic D environment Question 5: A enormous B flamingo C financial D elegant 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: - I prefer basketball to football + _ A Me neither B So did I! C I do, too! D I prefer too Question 7: Contact lenses of acrylic are more transparent and less fragile than lenses made of glass A Making B Made C Are made D Which made Question 8: mosquito bites a human being or either animal suffering from a certain disease, it carries off the disease germs in its saliva A A B Should a C Whenever a D That a Question 9: - Did you enjoy that sandwich I made you? + A Yes, please! Let‟s have them C I loved it! D Neither did I B So I did Question 10: more than 2000 minerals are known, nearly all rocks are formed from seven mineral groups A Although B However C Despite D Since Question 11: The behavior of many volcanoes very difficult to predict, especially the more explosive types A Are B Is C That D Being Question 12: Albert Einstein‟s contributions to scientific theory were those of Galileo and Newton A Important than C The most important B More important D As important as Question 13: - Shall we go fishing tomorrow? + A Sorry, I was too busy C That would be fun B Yes, he will D It doesn‟t matter Question 14: Ansel Adams was a landscape photographer photographs of the western United state show nature on a grand scale A Whose B Of his C Of whom D His Question 15: - how often you go swimming here? + A I can‟t swim very well C Not a lot D Not really B It‟s over there Question 16: Artificial satellites provide data on atmospheric temperatures, solar radiation, and the earth‟s surface A Reflect C The reflection of B Reflecting D Can reflect Question 17: I don‟t locking the door A Remember B Forget C Remind D Accept Question 18: Let‟s go for a long walk, we? A Will B Do C Shall D Must Question 19: A good friend will you when you‟re having problems A Stand by B Stand out for C Stand against D Stand in Question 20: My sister is an expert on wildlife and its A Conserve B Preserve C Reservation D Conservation Question 21: A ship was moored at the quay A White beautiful sailing C Beautiful white sailing B White sailing beautiful D Beautiful sailing white Question 22: Had the councilors been re-elected, your proposal accepted A Will be B Would be C Would have D Would have been Question 23: By the time you receive this letter, I for Japan A Will leave B Had left C Would have left D Will have left Question 24: I wonder who rank all the milk yesterday It Jane because she was out all day A Can‟t have been C Could have been D Mightn‟t be B Mustn‟t have been 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 25: Due to the bad weather condition, the plane won‟t leave until 5:p.m A Take off B Land C Ascend D Rise Question 26: Jane had decided to settle permanently in France A Regularly B Temporarily C Constantly D Sustainably 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 27: the shop assistant was totally bewildered by the customer‟s behavior A Upset B Puzzled C Disgusted D Angry Question 28: Local charity organizations benefited the fire victims A Claimed B Helped C Donated D Sponsored Question 29: People from flood-ravaged areas have suffered a lot of damage A Supplied B Destroyed C Provided D Killed 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 30: Science is the process of gathering knowledge and answering questions about the world and how works it A Is B Gathering C Questions D Works it Question 31: Medicine in the future will make increasing use of high technology for the investigate and diagnosis of illness, as well as for their treatment A Medicine B Increasing C Investigate D Their treatment Question 32: Lewis and Clack had been gone for such long on their expedition that many thought they were dead A Been gone B Such C Many D Were dead Question 33: Though it is one of the rarest metals, gold was one of the first to be discover A Though B Rarest metals C The first D Discover Question 34: Energy exists in different forms, such as light, heat, and chemical, mechanic, and electrical energy A In B Forms C Mechanic D Electrical Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word to each of the blanks Transport in the city Transport plays an important role in our daily lives and in the (35) of life in our city Moreover, the individual (36) we make when we choose how to reach our destination can have a(n) on other people – longer traffic queues, (38) air quality, greater numbers of accidents and health problems Providing more transport options/ choices will create a transport system that is safe, efficient, clean and fair Increasing (39) of the car has led to greater (40) of the impact it has and the real costs to us – for the economy and for the environment We want our city to become a successful, cosmopolitan city (41) the sea, where people can enjoy a high quality of life in a pleasant environment To achieve this we need to make sure everyone has (42) to the services and facilities they need, through a choice of as many different (43) of transport as possible We therefore welcome the Government‟s White Paper on Integrated Transport published earlier this year and (44) their version of “ A new deal for transport: Better for Everyone” Question 35: A quantity Question 36: A announcements Question 37: A force Question 38: A better Question 39: A motion Question 40: A awareness Question 41: A by Question 42: A opening Question 43: A options Question 44: A dream B equality B positions B crash B open B use B interest B in B contact B means B spoil C quality C decisions C problem C difficult C sale C campaign C backwards C access C schedules C share D equation D locations D impact D worsening D method D transfer D from D touch D ways D ask 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 Three mile island nuclear power plant America‟s worst accident at a civilian nuclear power plant occurred on March 28, 1979, at Three Mile Island Operators were trying to repair a problem with piping in the water circulation system, and they accidentally blocked the flow of water This stopped the removal of heat from the reactor, and began a series of events that would change the way America thought about nuclear power Within ten seconds after the flow of water was blocked, the reactor vessel became hotter and the pressure rose Safety control rods were automatically thrust down into the reactor, causing the chain reaction to stop completely Pressure, however, continued to build A relief valve opened but failed to close As a result, too much water escaped, and the reactor began to melt down [1] Large quantities of radioactivity began to leak from the reactor [2] Most of the radioactivity was contained, and it is likely that no one received a harmful amount of radiation [3] “Three Mile Island” became the reason that many Americans are afraid of nuclear power to this day [4] Question 45: What is the main topic of this passage? A A near-disaster at a nuclear power plant B American attitudes toward nuclear power C The release of radioactive steam D The fact that no one was harmed by radiation Question 46: Where did the first problem occur at Three Mile Island? A In the control rods B In the reactor vessel C In the water circulation system D In the reactor‟s core Question 47: The word „this” in the passage refers to _ A Water B The circulation system C Repairing the piping D Blocking the flow of water Question 48: It can be inferred that removing heat from a reactor is important because A It keeps pressure low enough to avoid accidents B It keeps the reactor producing energy C It stops a chain reaction D It stops radioactivity from leaking out of the reactor Question 49: The word “thrust” in the passage is closest in meaning to A Carried B Repaired C Pushed D Removed Question 50: which word refers to the part of a nuclear reactor in which the nuclear reaction takes place? A Vessel B Core C Circulation system D Control rods Question 51: According to the passage, how was the chain reaction stopped at Three Mile Island? A By a built-in safety device B By the plant operators C By the loss of fuel D By water flooding the plant Question 52: What is the most likely reason why many Americans are still afraid of nuclear island? A They have heard about many accidents like the one at Three Mile Island B They were at Three Mile Island C They believe that a situation like Three Mile Island could happen again D Nuclear power plants are always dangerous Question 53: The word “contained” in the text is closest in meaning to A Kept inside B Cleaned up C Escaped from D Kept out Question 54: Which is the best place for the following sentence? “ Even so, this disaster stayed in the minds of many Americans.” A [1] B [2] C [3] D [4] 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 Stellar Astronomy Many parameters are used to describe a star One of them is its temperature, which can be determined by simple observation; the color of a star and its temperature are related Once the color of a star is identified, its temperature can be calculated through the use of scientific principles such as Wien‟s Law There are different types of stars in the universe For our purposes, we can classify them into two categories: variable and binary Variable stars are those which show some degree of variability in their luminosity and magnitude Luminosity refers to the amount of energy radiated by a star, while magnitude refers to its brightness At time the degree of variability may be high, requiring a telescope with an equally high lightgathering power This can be achieved by using a lens of large diameter, such as that of a reflecting telescope Binary stars are those found in pairs that revolve around a common center The closest star to the sun, Proxima Centauri, is a binary star To observe a binary star, the resolving power of a telescope – its ability to distinguish between two close objects having a small angular separation – must be very high Stellar astronomy is possible for a everyone, well beyond mere looking at the sky with the naked eye in order to identify constellations With two basic of telescopes and rudimentary knowledge, much exploration can be achieved Question 55: What is the topic of the passage? A Types of stars and how to observe them B The differences between binary and variable stars C Types of telescopes D The color and temperature of stars Question 56: The temperature of a star can be determined by its A Size B Color C Movement D Luminosity Question 57: Which of the following is true of variable stars? A They vary in brightness B They rotate around each other C They vary in color D The size of the telescope must vary in order to observe them Question 58: Why does the author write that “stellar astronomy is possible for everyone”? A To emphasize that it is easy to become an astronomer B To encourage people to try observing stars C To show that most people know a lot about stars D To explain why astronomy is popular Question 59: Why does a telescope need to have a high-gathering ability? A To view stars which not give off very much light B To view stars with a high variability C To support a lens of large diameter D All of the above Question 60: The word “parameters” in paragraph is closest in meaning to A Measurements B Laws C Categories D Numbers Question 61: The word “ rudimentary” in paragraph is closest in meaning to A Advanced B Formal C Basic D Important Question 62: The word “radiated” in paragraph is closest in meaning to A Received B Sent out C Burnt D Controlled Question 63: Complete the summary by choosing one sentence (A, B, C or D) that is among the most important information to fill in the blank A Variable stars may differ in the amount of energy they radiate or in their luminosity B Variable stars change in brightness and luminosity, and require a telescope with a large lens C Proxima Centauri, the closest star to Earth, is a binary star and requires a large telescope for observation D Many different types of stars exist, but the most important categories are variable and binary stars SUMMARY: This passage discusses types of star One way to categorize stars is by temperature, which can be determined from the star‟s color and Wien‟s Law _ Binary stars revolve around a common center and call for telescopes with high resolving power Question 64: Complete the table by choosing a phrase to match the heading A Include the sun B Can be viewed without a telescope C Display the greatest luminosity D Include Proxima Centauri BINARY STARS VARIABLE STARS *Are pairs of stars with small angular separation they radiate * *need a telescope with a large lens * vary in the amount of energy II Phần viết Part 1: Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence Use the word given and between one and four other words Do not change the word given Question 65: What a pity you didn‟t come to the party ( wish )  I _ to the party Question 66: There‟s no need for him to spend so much money ( Have )  He so much money Question 67: This information is so useless that it‟s not worth keeping it secret ( Such )  This that it‟s not worth keeping it secret Question 68: They think that their school teacher is a very rich man ( Believed )  Their school teacher _ a very rich man Question 69: The hairdresser did Mary‟s hair last Tuesday ( Had )  Mary _ last Tuesday Part 2: Write a paragraph at least 250 words about women’s roles in modern society ... Question 40 : A awareness Question 41 : A by Question 42 : A opening Question 43 : A options Question 44 : A dream B equality B positions B crash B open B use B interest B in B contact B means B spoil... different (43 ) of transport as possible We therefore welcome the Government‟s White Paper on Integrated Transport published earlier this year and (44 ) their version of “ A new deal for transport:... problems Providing more transport options/ choices will create a transport system that is safe, efficient, clean and fair Increasing (39) of the car has led to greater (40 ) of the impact it
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