ĐỀ THI THỬ TN THPT QUỐC GIA 2018 môn TIẾNG ANH (12)

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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 Ho va tên thi sinh:…………………………………………………………………… 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 orchard B anchor C scheme D orchestra Question 2: A climb B subtle C stub D doubt 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 confidential B discovery C uranium D emergency Question 4: A magnificent B majesty C machine D manure 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: Copper comes from seven types of ores that also contain the other materials A also contain B the other C comes D types Question 6: Although the danger that he might be injured, Jackson bravely entered the burning house in order to save the youngster A youngster B be injured C the burning house D Although Question 7: Even though she looks very young, she is twice older than my twenty-year-old sister A Even though B looks C twenty-year-old D older than Question 8: I would rather that they not travel during the bad weather but they insist that they must return home today A they must return B not travel C that D the bad weather 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 9: Andy: “ ” ~ Bob: “I wish I’d been there.” A Will you be at the get-together? B The picnic was awesome! C We’ll have the party without you D The storm damaged our trip Question 10: Chris: “Why are they demolishing the building?” ~ Dick: “ ” A Not big enough for two traffic lanes B It’s quite heavy to move C A new hospital is needed here D To protect the habitat for pandas Question 11: Sarah: “Do you think Dad will want something to eat after he gets home from work?” Brian: “ ” A We’ll book a table for three at the Sofia’s B No I’ll ring him back at ten C Of course not He needs a steam bath D I hope not He’s sleeping 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 12: She thinks they look down on her because she didn't go to university A show up B look forward to C look up to D play up to Question 13: Population growth rates vary among regions and even among countries within the same region A stay unchanged B restrain C remain unstable D fluctuate Question 14: Unfortunately, the new software has failed to meet expectations A be invaluable B be useful C be an unsatisfying one D be worth the money 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 15: Juan Manuel Santos was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2016 for his resolute efforts to bring the country's more than 50-year-long civil war to an end A determined B sure C original D certain Question 16: We are confident that the future is in our hands A expressing ourselves B sharing ideas in public C feeling certain that something will happen D pessimistic about it Question 17: Schooling is compulsory for all English children from the age of to 16 A optional B fee-paying C free of charge D mandatory Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions Question 18: Vietnam won their first Olympic gold medal when Hoàng Xuân Vinh won the men's 10-metre air pistol on August, 2016 A entire B always C whole D ever Question 19: The small historical centre, which is very run-down, back 300 years A draws B retrieves C goes D dates Question 20: Don’t be late for the interview, people will think you are a disorganized person A so B otherwise C unless D lest Question 21: Domestic chores will no longer be a burden the inventions of labour-saving devices A thanks to B owing to C due to D according to Question 22: At the heart of the book lies the that men and women communicate in fundamentally different way A point B notion C idea D item Question 23: As soon as the supplies arrive, they will be to the starving people in the flooded areas A contributed B submitted C attributed D distributed Question 24: The houses are crumbling and there are lots of derelict buildings, which seem to have been altogether A empty B abandoned C void D vacant Question 25: To prepare for the 22nd SEA Games, Vietnam an intensive programme for its athletes A carried on B carried out C put up D set on Question 26: Sometimes, when there is a project, Dad doesn’t come home very late at night A so B until C by D for Question 27: Whenever problems , we discuss them frankly and find solutions quickly A come up B arrive in C break off D put up Question 28: The local administrators are recruiting more officers to the poorer parts of the city A construct B demolish C devastate D police Question 29: In academic terms, folklore means stories that are repeated by different individuals and that variations over time A modify B bring up C re-edit D undergo Read the following passage 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 Marjorie Spackman is a legendary figure in the world of publishing At the height of her powers, the company she set up (30) sales of over a billion dollars in books and magazines, before she was pushed out by a hostile takeover and amid rumours of alcoholism Full of Spine (31) her life from its humble beginnings in Queensland, Australia, to wealth and riches as a global businesswoman, with surprising humour She also has great (32) into an industry which changed immensely over her 50-year career In one amusing episode she recounts how far she went to persuade a top TV host to (33) one of her books for a reading club Although Spackman (34) admits her personal life was at times 'chaotic', she claims the boardroom difficulties she suffered were far more (35) to dissent about future policy and the fact she was a woman in a world still dominated by men This is a fascinating (36) which will undoubtedly (37) to a broad range of readers [Source: OUTCOMES, Advanced, Student’s Book, Heinle Cengage Learning, 2012] Question 30: A boasted Question 31: A traces B grew B centres C increased C treats D raised D originates Question 32: A findings Question 33: A publish Question 34: A freely Question 35: A in Question 36: A remembrance Question 37: A enjoy B breakthrough B recall B hopefully B up B memory B contribute C impulse C condone C highly C down C memoir C spark D insight D endorse D desperately D onto D souvenir D appeal 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 Can the school you go to make a massive difference to your life? This is the question that a TV company wanted to answer, so they ran an experiment They paid for a 14-year-old boy who constantly got into trouble and was thrown out of his South London school to go to an exclusive £15,000 a year boarding school The experiment was a second chance for 14-year-old Ryan Bell He had never had the opportunities that his new classmates at Downside School had When he was asked if he might have trouble getting used to a "smart and posh" new school, he simply said, "Don't worry about me looking like a person with no friends, all 14-year-old guys are the same we like cars and girls! I'm certain I won't have any problems." Ryan's first year at his new school was a definite success He was coming top in Latin and got into the rugby team, where he was one of the best His mother was really proud - she hoped her son would never have the problems with money she had His father had left them both when Ryan was a baby His mother had always done her best, but admitted she couldn't give Ryan the best start in life Now Ryan started talking about going to university and a possible career as a TV director At his old school, Ryan's teachers used to say he was always causing problems but at his new school Ryan got on very well with the other students His teachers said he would get through his GCSE exams easily There were a few small problems, but at first they weren't considered too serious The first one was when Ryan returned home for the holidays and was caught doing graffiti It was bad, but the school blamed his friends at home for encouraging him to it and said it would be unfair to expect Ryan to "transform overnight" They were less tolerant of the second incident - Ryan took another boy's mobile phone and even though it was apparently a joke, he was not allowed to attend school for a week After returning to the school which he was enjoying being part of, Ryan went into the nearest town one evening with some of his friends At the local disco, he lost his temper and hit another boy in the face The incident reflected badly on the school's reputation as the police were called Because Ryan had already been in trouble and the regulations were the same for everyone, he had to be thrown out of school This decision was cruel, though the teachers believed his aggression and wrongdoings were caused by his previous experiences Everyone agrees that Ryan was doing very well and even though he failed to complete his education at Downside School, he progressed a long way educationally and emotionally Question 38: The aim of the experiment was to A find out if the choice of a school matters B show Ryan what an exclusive school was like C help a young boy get out of trouble at school D check how good Downside School was Question 39: Ryan's mother A never had financial problems B expected Ryan to go to university C didn't like the experiment D offered him the best she could Question 40: Ryan's new teachers A expected him to change at once B never tried to justify his manners C didn't punish him in any way D blamed his past for his behaviour Question 41: The author of the text… A describes the role of family background B shows how a school can motivate students C encourages the readers to change school D criticises the whole experiment Question 42: Ryan A thought he might have some problems B wanted his mother to be proud of him C was worried about making friends D was optimistic about joining the school Question 43: At Downside School A some students are treated differently B students are not allowed to go to discos C all students have to follow the same rules D a few students have too much freedom 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 44: Tom is ambitious His brother is quite the reverse A Tom is ambitious but his brother is the other B Tom is ambitious whereas his brother is quite the reverse C Tom is ambitious and his brother is quite the reverse D Although Tom is ambitious, his brother is different Question 45: The workers finished their work They left for home A The workers left for home before finishing their work B Having finished their work, the workers left for home C The workers had left for home before finishing their work D Having to leave for home, the workers finished their work Question 46: Lewis's fame and fortune was virtually guaranteed by his exploits Lewis disappointed the entire world by inexplicably failing to publish his journals A In spite of being virtually guaranteed by his exploits, Lewis’ fame and fortune disappointed the entire world by inexplicably failing to publish his journals B His fame and fortune virtually guaranteed by his exploits, Lewis disappointed the entire world by inexplicably failing to publish his journals C Although he was virtually guaranteed by his exploits, Lewis’ fame and fortune disappointed the entire world by inexplicably failing to publish his journals D Despite he was virtually guaranteed by his exploits, Lewis’ fame and fortune disappointed the entire world by inexplicably failing to publish his journals Question 47: Winston Churchill was a great politician and statesman He also won the Nobel Prize for literature A Winston Churchill is both a great politician and statesman and a winner of Nobel Prize for literature B Winston Churchill is a great politician and statesman, and also won the Nobel Prize for literature C Either Winston Churchill was a great politician and statesman or a winner of Nobel Prize for literature D Winston Churchill, a great politician and statesman, also won the Nobel Prize for literature 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 48: The sooner children realize the importance of the Internet, the more they’ll enjoy learning English A Realizing the importance of the Internet at an early age, they’ll enjoy learning English better B As soon as children realize the importance of Internet, they enjoy learning English C Children realize the importance of the Internet when they enjoy learning English D No sooner children realize the importance of Internet than they enjoy learning English Question 49: Dad and Mum shows no interest in football A Neither Dad nor Mum is interested in football B Both Dad and Mum finds football not interesting C Neither Dad nor Mum are interested in football D Dad as well as Mum likes football Question 50: Dad joined the company in 2010 and soon later was promoted to the CEO A Promoted to the CEO in 2010, Dad joined the company soon later B Joining the company in 2010, Dad was soon was promoted to the CEO C Dad was promoted to the CEO in 2010 and joined the company later D Dad worked as a CEO and had a promotion in 2010 THE END _ ... future is in our hands A expressing ourselves B sharing ideas in public C feeling certain that something will happen D pessimistic about it Question 17: Schooling is compulsory for all English children... D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions Question 18: Vietnam won their first Olympic gold medal when Hoàng Xuân Vinh won the men's 10-metre air pistol... draws B retrieves C goes D dates Question 20: Don’t be late for the interview, people will think you are a disorganized person A so B otherwise C unless D lest Question 21: Domestic chores
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