Đề tập huấn thi THPT quốc gia môn: Tiếng Anh - Mã đề thi 112

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Đề tập huấn thi THPT quốc gia môn: Tiếng Anh - Mã đề thi 112
SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO BẮC NINH
PHÒNG KHẢO THÍ VÀ KIỂM ĐỊNH 
ĐỀ TẬP HUẤN THI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2017 
MÔN: TIẾNG ANH
Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút (không kể thời gian phát đề)
(50 câu trắc nghiệm)
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Mã đề thi: 112
Họ, tên thí sinh:..................................................................... SBD: ...........................................
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 the primary stress in each of the following questions from 1 to 2.
Question 1: A. simply	B. common	C. across	D. brother
Question 2: A. entertainment	B. situation	C. informality	D. appropriate
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 from 3 to 4.
Question 3: Given these constraints, we have no alternative but to suggest an improvised solution.
A. a complete	B. a permanent	C. a preplanned	D. a proscribed
Question 4: The classroom was chaotic once the teacher left the room.
A. confused	B. messy	C. entertaining	D. orderly
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to each of the following exchanges from 5 to 6.
Question 5: John: Congratulations! You did great. Mary: ___________.
A. You’re welcome.	B. That’s okay.
C. It’s nice of you to say so.	D. It’s my pleasure.
Question 6: John: Do you mind if I use your phone? Mary: ___________.
A. Certainly, it’s true.	B. Not at all. Help yourself.
C. You can say that again.	D. Sorry. I have no idea.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the pronunciation of the underlined part in each of the following questions from 7 to 8.
Question 7: A. developed	B. concerned	C. maintained	D. raised
Question 8: A. grade	B. indicate	C. average	D. application
Read the following passage and then choose the most suitable word or phrase for each space from 9 to 13.
Education is now generally regarded as a basic human right. In most countries, children from 5-11 receive (9)______ primary school education, and in others, they also receive secondary education during their adolescence. However, there are some children who are entitled to go to school but whose parents prefer to homeschool them. In some countries this is a growing (10) _____. In this essay I will explore the reasons for this development and the advantages of both approaches.
First of all, in mainstream education, pupils not only gain knowledge in a range of academic subjects, but they also learn valuable social (11)_____ such as cooperation and team work, which can be used in their adult life. Secondly, staff have acquired qualifications which means they can use effective teaching methods. They can also set benchmarks; in other words, they know exactly what children at different ages should be able to (12) _____.
Homeschooling, on the other hand, can allow a child to receive individual attention, develop at their own page and also concentrate more as they will not have to deal with disruptive fellow students. Another point in favour of home schooling is that more lessons may involve e-learning and the use of (13)_______media.
Continuous innovation in education is providing students with many learning options. If an option helps students to be motivated, it should not be ruled out.
Question 9: A. required	 B. legal	 C. urgent	 D. compulsory
Question 10: A. attitude	 B. trend	 C. population	 D. choice
Question 11: A. skills	 B. manners	 C. qualities	 D. abilities
Question 12: A. make	 B. achieve	 C. succeed	 D. perform
Question 13: A. communicative B. interactive	 C. mutual	 D. relating
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions from 14 to 25.
Question 14: In the past, the trip was very rough and often dangerous, but things _______ a great deal in the last hundred and fifty years.
A. change	B. will change	C. changed	D. have changed
Question 15: It is _______ education that can make life of people in developing countries less miserable.
A. an	B. the	C. a	D. Ø
Question 16: The faster we walk, _________ we will get there.
A. the more soon	B. the soon	C. the sooner	D. the soonest
Question 17: Could you please tell me _________?
A. It is how far to the nearest bus stop	B. how far to the nearest bus stop is it
C. how far it is to the nearest bus stop	D. how far is it to the nearest bus stop
Question 18: More than ten victims _______ missing in the storm last week.
A. are reported to have been	B. are reported to be
C. are reporting to have been	D. are reporting to be
Question 19: We will be sitting for our final examination in the last week _______ May.
A. on	B. for	C. in	D. of
Question 20: It is often a good idea to start with small, easily _______ goals.
A. achievement	B. achievable	C. achieve	D. achiever
Question 21: The college offers both _______ and professional qualifications.
A. experience	B. requirement	C. government	D. academic
Question 22: Didn’t they _________ sign of the “No Camping” sign?
A. catch	B. keep	C. take	D. have
Question 23: A ________ is an official document that you receive when you have completed a course of study or training.
A. subject	B. vocation	C. certificate	D. grade
Question 24: As the managing director was dictating the letter, his secretary _________ what he was saying in shorthand.
A. took on	B. took down	C. took off	D. took up
Question 25: The child hurt himself badly when he fell ________the bedroom window.
A. out of	B. down	C. out from	D. over
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 following questions from 26 to 33.
Two-lane highways, like the railways before them, seemed capable of making or breaking a community in the 1920s. The automobile was every American’s idea of freedom, and the construction of hard-surface roads was one of the largest items of government expenditure, often at great cost to every thing else, including education.
American car registrations rose from one million in 1913 to ten million in 1923. Automobile sales in the state of Michigan outnumbered those in Great Britain and Ireland combined. By 1927, Americans were driving some twenty-six million automobiles, one car for every five people in the country.
The 1920 U.S. Census revealed that for the first time in history more people lived in cities than on farms, and they were leaving the farm and reaching the city by automobile. The growth of roads and the automobile industry made cars the lifeblood of the petroleum industry and a major customer of the steel factories. Cars also caused expansions in outdoor recreation and tourism and related industries-service stations, roadside restaurants, and motels. After World War two, the automobile industry reached new heights, and new roads led out of the city to the suburbs, where two-car families transported children to shopping malls and segregated schools.
In 1956 Congress passed the Interstate Highway Act, the peak of a half-century of frenzied road building at government expense and the largest public works program in history. The result was the Interstate Highway System, a network of federally subsidized highways connecting major urban centers. Two-hour commutes, traffic jams, polluted cities, and Disneyland became standard features of American life. Like almost everything else in the 1950s, the construction of interstate highways was justified as a national defense measure.
The predominance of private transportation was guaranteed by the federal government. Between 1945 and 1980, 75 percent of federal funds of transportation were spent on highways, while a scant one percent went to buses, trains, or subways. Even before the Interstate Highway System was built, the American bias was clear – which is why the United States has the world’s best road system and nearly its worst public transit system.
Question 26: What does the passage mainly discussed?
A. The importance of roads in American life
B. Expansion of the automobile industry
C. The construction of roads in the 1920s
D. The automobile as a ticket to freedom
Question 27: The word “those” in bold in paragraph 2 refers to
A. car registrations	B. car sales	C. car owners	D. automobiles
Question 28: It can be inferred from paragraph 2 that
A. most people in Ireland could not afford to buy cars.
B. car registration became requited in the early 1920s.
C. America’s passion for cars grew in the 1920s.
D. more cars were sold in Michigan than any other state.
Question 29: The word “frenzied” in bold in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to
A. intense	B. disorganized	C. systematic	D. violent
Question 30: According to the passage, which of the following was NOT true?
A. The government said interstate highways were good for national defense.
B. The automobile industry grew rapidly after World War Two.
C. More Americans lived in rural than in urban areas in 1920.
D. There was one car for every five Americans in 1927.
Question 31: According to the passage, the growth in the number of automobiles influenced all of the following EXCEPT
A. suburban shopping malls	B. the petroleum industry
C. tourism	D. subway fares
Question 32: The word “scant” in bold in paragraph 5 is closest in meaning to
A. necessary	B. more realistic	C. usually adequate	 D. barely sufficient
Question 33: It can be inferred from the passage that
A. the federal government usually subsidizes major industries.
B. Americans value private automobiles over public transportation.
C. the United Sates needs a better public transit system.
D. the government considers roads more expensive than education.
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 from 34 to 35.
Question 34: A number of suggestions were made at the meeting, but most of them were not very practical.
A. Most of the suggestions which were made at the meeting were not very practical.
B. A number of suggestions were made at the meeting, most of them were not very practical
C. A number of suggestions were made at the meeting, but most of which were not very practical
D. A number of suggestions were made at the meeting, most of which were not very practical
Question 35: As he earned more money, Mike bought more clothes.
A. The more money Mike earned, the better clothes he bought.
B. The most money Mike earned, the most clothes he bought.
C. When Mike earned a lot of money, he bought more and more clothes.
D. The more money Mike earned, the more clothes he bought.
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 from 36 to 37.
Question 36: Between you and me, so don’t tell anyone , I’m sure he’ll lose the election.
A. In confidence	 B. In fact	C. In truth	D. In conclusion
Question 37: If you text message when you are driving, you’re being criminally negligent.
careful	 B. lacking attention to duty 
C. thinking deeply	 D. failing to perform
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 from 38 to 40.
Question 38: The influence of the nation’s literature, art, and science have captured widespread attention.
 A B C D 
 Question 39: Some important discoveries about gravitation were made by Sir Isaac Newton, that 
 A B C
was a seventeenth century scientist.
 D
Question 40: Abraham Lincoln was a good president and was self-educated, hardworking, and 
 A B C 
 always told the truth. 
 D
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 from 41 to 43.
Question 41: It is expected that tax increases will be announced in tomorrow’s budget.
A. They expect that tax increases are announced in tomorrow’s budget.
B. They expected that tax will be increased in tomorrow’s budget.
C. Tax increases are expected to be announced in tomorrow’s budget.
D. Tax increases is expected to announced in tomorrow’s budget.
Question 42: Of the people interviewed, all were in favour of the government’s proposal.
A. No one was interviewed unless they thought the government's proposal was advantageous.
B. Everyone who was interviewed thought that the government's proposal was a good idea.
C. They only interviewed people who were positive about the government's proposal.
D. Only the people who weren't interviewed were against the government's proposal.
Question 43: It is certain that the suspect committed the crime.
A. The suspect might have committed the crime.
B. Certain commitment of the crime was that of the suspect.
C. The suspect must have committed the crime.
D. The suspect was certain to commit the crime.
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 following questions from 44 to 50.
These stories of killer bees in the news in recent years have attracted a lot of attention as the bees have made their way from South America to North America. Killer bees are reputed to be extremely aggressive in nature, although experts say that their aggression may have been somewhat inflated. 
The killer bee is a hybrid- or combination- of the very mild European strain of honeybee and the considerably more aggressive African bee, which was created when the African strain was imported into Brazil in 1955. The African bees were brought into Brazil because their aggression was considered an advantage: they were far more productive than their European counterparts in that they spent a higher percentage of their time working and continued working longer in inclement weather than did the European bees. 
These killer bees have been known to attack humans and animals, and some fatalities have occurred. Experts point out, however, that the mixed breed known as the killer bee is actually not at all as aggressive as the pure African bee. They also point out that the attacks have a chemical cause. A killer bee stings only when it has been disturbed; it is not aggressive by nature. However, after a disturbed bee stings and flies away; it leaves its stinger embedded in the victim. In the viscera attached to the embedded stinger is the chemical isoamyl acetate, which has an odor that attracts other bees. As other bees approach the victim of the original sting, the victim tends to panic, thus disturbing other bees and causing them to sting. The new stings create more of the chemical isoamylacetate which attracts more bees and increases the panic level of the victim. Killer bees tend to travel in large clusters or swarms and thus respond in large numbers to the production of isoamyl acetate.
Question 44: The subject of the preceding paragraph was most likely
A.  stories in the media about killer bees.	B.  the chemical nature of killer bee attacks.
C.  the creation of the killer bee.	D.  ways of producing honey.
Question 45:  The main idea of this passage is that killer bees
A.  have been moving unexpectedly rapidly through the Americas.
B.  are not as aggressive as their reputation suggests.
C.  are a hybrid rather than a pure breed.
D.  have been in the news a lot recently.
Question 46: The word ‘inflated’ in paragraph 1could be best replaced by
A.  aired	B.  exaggerated	C.  burst	D.  blown
Question 47:  It can be inferred from the passage that the killer bee
A. was a predecessor of the African bee.
B.  travelled from Brazil to Africa in 1955.
C. did not exist early in the twentieth century.
D.  was carried from Africa to Brazil in 1955.
Question 48: Why were African bees considered beneficial?
A.  They were very aggressive.
B.  They hid from inclement weather.
C.  They spent their time traveling.
D.  They produced an unusual type of honey.
Question 49:  It is stated in the passage that killer bees
A.  always attack African bees.	B.  are more deadly than African bees.
C.  never attack animals.	D.  are less aggressive than African bees.
Question 50:  What is NOT mentioned in the passage as a contributing factor in an attack by killer bees?
A.  Inclement weather	B.  Disturbance of the bees
C.  An odorous chemical	D.  Panic by the victim
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