ĐỀ THI THỬ TN THPT QUỐC GIA 2018 môn TIẾNG ANH (9)

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LỚP ANH CÔ TRANG (Đề thi gồm: 04 trang) ĐỀ THI THỬ THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2017 Môn: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề Họ và tên thí sinh:…………………………………………………………………… Mark to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following Question A says B savior C fade D wave Question A bin B skin C kite D pillar Mark to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following Question A employment B remember C concentrate D position Question A express B effort C office D comment Mark to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to theunderlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question They live in a fairly modest house, considering their wealth A expensive B fairly small C very cheap D very big Question We must cooperate closely in order to finish the project on time A help B work together C agree D assist Mark to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question Jack is said to be very honest A untrue B unkind C inhonest D dishonest Question She wrote me a vicious letter A helpful B gently C dangerous D healthy Mark to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question Each of the students in the accounting class has to type their own research paper this semester A accounting B their own research C Each of D has to type Question 10 In addition to save on gas, the modern car is designed to save on maintenance expenses A save on maintenance B save on C dangerous D the designed Question 11 Mrs Stevens, along with her cousins from New Mexico, are planning to attend the festivities A along with B are C to attend D her cousins Mark A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 12 They stayed for hours, which I was very _ A annoyed B annoyed about C annoying D annoying me Question 13 There are different kinds of music to _ your taste A miss B fit C tight D suit Question 14 By _ the housework done, my mother has more time to pursue her career A ordering B taking C having D making Question 15 In many big cities, people have to _ up with noise, overcrowding and bad air A keep B catch C face D put Question 16 She _ on her computer for more than two hours when she decided to stop for a rest A has worked B has been working C was working D had been working Question 17 _ the weather forecast it will rain heavily later this morning A On account of B Due to C According to D Because of Question 18 The school was closed for a month because of serious _ of fever A outcome B outburst C outbreak D outset Question 19 He’d hardly finished doing his homework when you arrived, _? A didn’t he B had he C would he D hadn’t he Question 20 These chairs are _ better than the others A as B very C much D either Question 21 Why did Berth ask you _ a bicycle? A that if you had B you have C that you had D if you had Question 22 Be careful with your gun! You may somebody A injure B wound C hurt D ache Question 23 These people _ for the most successful company in the town A are seeming to work B seem working C seem to be working D are seeming to be working Read the following passage and mark to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions Traveling is one of the most popular forms of recreation in the USA Most American employees receive an annual vacation with pay, and it is a good time off for traveling Traveling within the country is popular because foreign travel generally takes more time and money However, Americans who wish to vacation outside the USA are free to go almost anywhere Obtaining a passport is a routine matter Every year about 13 million Americans travel abroad The most popular vacation periods are during the summer and during the two-week school break on the Christmas and New Year’s holidays These periods are also the most crowded and generally the most expensive time to travel, so people who can adjust their schedules sometimes choose vacation in the autumn American vacationers often travel by car Most families have a car, and those who not have a car can rent one Cars are usually the economical way to travel, especially for the families It is also fairly fast and convenient Excellent highways connect the major cities They enable vacationers to travel at an almost steady speed of 55 to 65 miles an hour Tourists that want to travel faster often fly to their destination and then rent a car to go around when they get there Question 24 The reading text is about A Christmas and New Year B going abroad C traveling in USA D renting a car for traveling Question 25 Traveling in the .is the least expensive A spring B summer C winter D autumn Question 26 Which sentence is NOT correct? A Most Americans like traveling B Most American people travel abroad every year C There is a two-week break on the Christmas and the New Year’s holidays D It is difficult to obtain a passport in the USA Question 27 The word one in the text of the text refers to A a vacationer B a family C a car D a holiday Question 28 Traveling by car is A cheap B very expensive C not appreciated D not suitable for families Read the following passage and mark to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks Before the telephone invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876, it was hard for people (29) over long distances They wrote letters to each other It could take days or even weeks for letters to be (30) Then people learned how (31) telegraph messages The messages traveled as electric signals that represented a code of dots and dashes An operator on the other end converted the dots and dashes into a regular message Bell’s first telephone call went over the same wires used for telegraph messages As the telephone became (32) and more popular, it largely replaced the telegraph Today, our huge telephone network does many things besides carrying telephone calls It sends copies of letters and pictures from one machine to another, called a (33) machine… Question 29 A to communicate B communicate C communicating D communicated Question 30 A seen B arrived C delivered D coming Question 31 A to call B to send C to see D to leave Question 32 A more B less C better D much Question 33 A phone B telegraph C printing D fax Read the following passage and mark to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions Over a period of time, many habitats change with respect to the types of plants and animals that live there This change is known as succession Succession occurs because plants and animals cause a change in the environment in which they live The first weeds and grasses that appear on a bare field, for example, change the environment by shielding the soil from the direct sunlight As these plants spread, the ground surface becomes cooler and moisture, than it was originally Thus, the environment at the ground surface has been changed The new surface conditions favor the sprouting of shrubs As shrubs grow, they kill the grasses by preventing light from reaching them and also build up the soil in the area, in addition, they attract animals that also enhance the shrubs They are not able to shade out oak and hickory seedlings, however, they have found the forest floor suitable These seedlings grow in to large trees that eventually shade out the pines Question 34 What is the best title of this passage? A The importance of weeds and grasses B How environmental habitats change C The success of oak and hickory D Animal and plant habitat Question 35 Which is correct order of plant succession in the example in the passage? A Weeds, pine, shrubs, oak B Oak, pines, shrubs, weeds C Weeds, shrubs, pines, oak D Shrubs, weeds, pines, oaks Question 36 According to the passage, how weeds and grasses affect the soil? A They make it cooler and wetter B They attract animal to it C They speed seeds on it D They add nutrients to it Question 37 It can be inferred from the passage that A oak and hickory trees grow taller than pines B weeds and grasses prefer cold climate C pines and grasses can exist together D birds discourage the growth of shrubs Question 38 Which of the following is a stage of succession as described in the passage? A A forest cut down to build an airport B A flood washing away a crop of wheat C Wildflowers growing in an unused parking lot D Animals being tamed by children Question 39 Which of the following encourages the life of animals? A large trees B pine seedlings C grasses D shrubs Question 40 The word originally is closest in meaning to A specially B at the first source C in the first place D for a short time Question 41 The word sprouting is closest in meaning to A blossoming B starting to grow C flourishing D nourishing Question 42 The word shielding can be replace by A protecting B hiding C exploring D changing Question 43 Compared to pines, hickories are A higher B shorter C as high D more suitable Mark to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions Question 44 They arrived too late to get good seats A They had to stand for the whole show B Although they were late they found some good seats C They got good seats some time after they arrived D When they arrived the good seats were already taken Question 45 After the very salty food we had, we were all dying of thirst A We were very thirsty after having the very salty food B We all died because we were too thirsty C The food was not salty enough for us to have D We all died because there was not enough food Question 46 Nothing but the whole story would satisfy Tim A Tim wouldn’t be satisfied with anything B Tim insisted on being told the complete story C On the whole, Tim was satisfied with the story D Tim wanted to know just the end of the story Mark to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 47 – Franc: “Would you like beer or wine?” - Luis: “ _” A No, I've no choice B I couldn’t agree more C I'd prefer beer, please D Yes, I'd love to Question 48 – Marx: “ _” - Mike: “He's tall and thin with blue eyes.” A What does John like? B How is John? C Who does John look like? D What does John look like? Mark to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 49 They can’t work They are too tired A When they are too tired, they can work B Because they can’t work, they’re too tired C They are too tired that they can’t work D They are too tired to work Question 50 I can't stand this weather It's getting worse and worse A The weather is making me worse B The weather is not better but I can stand it C I can't bear this bad weather any more D I can't stand up in this bad weather _THE END ... the very salty food we had, we were all dying of thirst A We were very thirsty after having the very salty food B We all died because we were too thirsty C The food was not salty enough for us... stand this weather It's getting worse and worse A The weather is making me worse B The weather is not better but I can stand it C I can't bear this bad weather any more D I can't stand up in this... all died because there was not enough food Question 46 Nothing but the whole story would satisfy Tim A Tim wouldn’t be satisfied with anything B Tim insisted on being told the complete story C
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