Bộ đề luyện thi THPT Quốc gia năm môn Tiếng Anh - Năm học 2016-2017 (Phần 70)

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Bộ đề luyện thi THPT Quốc gia năm môn Tiếng Anh - Năm học 2016-2017 (Phần 70)
 SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG 
 ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
 (Đề gồm có 04 trang) MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 001
 Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
 TNPT 70 MASTER COPY ~ WITH KEY
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.
 Quite different from storm surges are the giant sea waves called tsunamis, which derive then name from the Japanese expression for "high water in a harbour." These waves are also referred to by the general public as tidal waves, although they have relatively little to do with tides. Scientists often referred to them as seismic sea waves, far more appropriate in that they do result from undersea seismic activity. Tsunamis are caused when the sea bottom suddenly moves, during an underwater earthquake or volcano, for example, and the water above the moving earth is suddenly displaced. This sudden shift of water sets off a series of waves.
 These waves can travel great distances at speeds close to 700 kilometres per hour. In the open ocean, tsunamis have little noticeable amplitude, often no more than one or two metres. It is when they hit the shallow waters near the coast that they increase in height, possibly up to 40 metres. Tsunamis often occur in the Pacific because the Pacific is an area of heavy seismic activity. 
 Two areas of the Pacific well accustomed to the threat of tsunamis are Japan and Hawaii. Because the seismic activity that causes tsunamis in Japan often occurs on the ocean bottom quite close to the islands, the tsunamis that hit Japan often come with little warning and can, therefore, prove disastrous. Most of the tsunamis that hit the Hawaiian Islands, however, originate thousands of miles away near the coast of Alaska, so these tsunamis have a much greater distance to travel and the inhabitants of Hawaii generally have time for warning of their imminent arrival.Tsunamis are certainly not limited to Japan and Hawaii.
 In 1755, Europe experienced a calamitous tsunami, when movement along the fault lines near the Azores caused a massive tsunami to sweep onto the Portuguese coast and flood the heavily populated area around Lisbon. The greatest tsunami on record occurred on the other side of the world in 1883 when the Krakatoa volcano underwent a massive explosion, sending waves more than 30 metres high onto nearby Indonesian islands; the tsunami from this volcano actually travelled around the world and was witnessed as far away as the English Channel.
Question 1: It can be inferred from the passage that tsunamis.......
A. are far more dangerous on the coast than in the open ocean
B. cause severe damage in the middle of the ocean
C. are often identified by ships on the ocean
D. generally reach heights greater than 40 metres
Question 2: A main difference between tsunamis in Japan and in Hawaii is that tsunamis in Japan are more likely to.......
A. be less of a problem	B. come from greater distances
C. originate in Alaska	D. arrive without warning
Question 3: According to the passage, all of the following are true about tidal waves EXCEPT that......
A. they are the same as tsunamis
B. this terminology is not used by the scientific community
C. they refer to the same phenomenon as seismic sea waves
D. they are caused by sudden changes in high and low tides
Question 4: The passage suggests that the tsunami resulting from the Krakatoa volcano......
A. resulted in little damage
B. caused volcanic explosions in the English Channel 
C. was unobserved outside of the Indonesian islands
D. was far more destructive close to the source than far away
Question 5: A "calamitous" tsunami, in paragraph 4, is one that is......
A. extremely calm	B. disastrous	C. at fault	D. expected
Question 6: The paragraph preceding this passage most probably discusses?
A. storm surges	B. tides	C. tidal waves	D. underwater earthquakes
Question 7: From the expression "on record" in the last paragraph, it can be inferred that the tsunami that accompanied the Krakatoa volcano.......
A. was filmed as it was happening	B. was not as strong as the tsunami in Lisbon
C. might not be the greatest tsunami ever	D. occurred before efficient records were kept
Question 8: The possessive "their" in paragraph 3 refers to.......
A. the Hawaiian Islands	B. these tsunamis
C. the inhabitants of Hawaii	D. thousands of miles
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 9:A. librarian	B. religious	C. commercial	D. Japanese
 Question 10:A. technology	B. activity	C. experience	D. presentation
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 11: It would be much better if everyone were charge for the amount of rubbish one produced.
A. were	B. much better	C. amount	D. one
Question 12: Not long after Galileo’s time, Sir Isaac Newton invented another kind of telescope which he used mirrors instead of lenses.
A. Not long	B. which he used	C. instead of	D. another kind
Question 13: Finished her household chores, Mary decided to do some shopping.
A. Finished	B. household chores	C. shopping	D. to do
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 14: I could see the finish line and thought I was home and dry.
A. hopeless	B. successful	C. hopeful	D. unsuccessful
Question 15: Tourists today flock to see the two falls that actually constitute Niagara falls.
A. come in large numbers	B. come without knowing what they will see
C. come out of boredom	D. come by plane
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.
 The first question we might ask is: What can you learn in college that will help you in being an employee? The schools teach a ...(16)... many things of value to the future accountant, doctor or electrician. Do they also teach anything of value to the future employee? The answer is: Yes, they teach the one thing that it is perhaps most valuable for the future employee to know. But very few students bother ...(17)... it. This one basic skill is the ability to organize and express ideas in writing and in speaking. This means that your success as an employee will depend on your ability to communicate with people and to ...(18)... your own thoughts and ideas to them so they will ...(19)... understand what you are driving at and be persuaded. Of course, skill in expression is not enough ...(20)... itself. You must have something to say in the first place. The effectiveness of your job depends as much on your ability to make other people understand your work as it does on the quality of the work itself.
 Question 16:A. large	B. far	C. great	D. lots
 Question 17:A. to learning	B. to learn	C. with learning	D. learn
 Question 18:A. transfer	B. present	C. interpret	D. give out
 Question 19:A. either	B. as well	C. not	D. both
 Question 20:A. on	B. for	C. by	D. in
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differendy from the others in each of the following questions.
 Question 21:A. spectrum	B. special	C. species	D. specify
 Question 22:A. wrong	B. two	C. windy	D. wrist
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 23: Her father likes the cabbage rare.
A. scarce	B. over-boiled	C. precious	D. scare
Question 24: My cousin tends to look on the bright side in any circumstance.
A. be optimistic	B. be pessimistic	C. be confident	D. be smart
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 25: It’s likely that John will be late for the meeting.
A. John is probably late for the meeting.
B. John is often late for the meeting, so we don’t like it.
C. The meeting is likely to be late because of John.
D. John likes the meeting although he can be late.
Question 26: To some people, the sinking of the Titanic was the captain's fault.
A. To some people, the captain was blamed for the sinking of the Titanic.
B. Some people were blamed for the sinking of the Titanic.
C. The Titanic sank due to the captain’s fault.
D. Some people put the blame to the captain about the sinking of the Titanic.
Question 27: My cousin was named after his grandfather.
A. They named his grandfather before they named him.
B. My cousin was renamed as requested by his grandfather.
C. My cousin’s grandfather gave him a name.
D. My cousin has the same name as his grandfather’s.
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 28: I think my hair looks fine. My mother believes it needs a little more brushing.
A. Not only do I think my hair looks fine, but my mother also believes it needs a little more brushing.
B. I think my hair looks so fine that my mother believes it needs a little more brushing,
C. Either my mother believes it needs a little more brushing or I think my hair looks fine.
D. I think my hair looks fine, but my mother believes it needs a little more brushing.
Question 29: Most scientists know him well. However, very few ordinary people have heard of him.
A. Many ordinary people know him better than most scientists do.
B. Not only scientists but also the general public know him as a big name.
C. He is the only scientist that is not known to the general public.
D. Although he is well-known to scientists, he is little known to the general public.
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 30: ~ Tim: "Make yourself at home." ~ Mai: "............."
A. Yes. Can I help you?	B. Thanks! Same to you.
C. Not at all. Don’t mention it.	D. That’s very kind. Thank you.
Question 31: ~ Alusa: "I got 8.0/9.0 for the IELTS test!" ~ Liu: "............."
A. It’s OK. I’m proud of you.	B. Good for you. Thank you.
C. Well done, son! I’m very proud of you.	D. You can do it.
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.
THE CENSUS COUNTS!
 Every ten years there is a national census to count the number of people. The census counts the number of people in each area, the number of men and women, their ages, their profession, then family size and status. The census is the only way to count everyone. Its results are used by a great many people and are available to everyone. The census is useful; it helps to work out present and future needs for housing by seeing how many people are housed now, or the sizes and ages of then families. In addition, the size of annual grants made by the Government to public services depends largely on the numbers and needs of people in the area provided by the census. Furthermore, the census shows how many people have moved from one area to another and how the number of the local work force is changing.
 The census is taken in order to provide the figures about the nation as a whole. It does not give information about any named person, family or household. Therefore, names and addresses are needed on the forms but they are not fed into the computer. After the census, the forms with the names on are locked away and will not be released to anyone outside the Census Office for 100 years. The answers people give on their census forms will be treated in strict confidence. Everyone working on the census is sworn to secrecy and can be sued if he or she improperly reveals information.
Question 32: Information about names and addresses......
A. is not usually correct	B. is stored in the computer for 100 years
C. will not be seen by anyone	D. will be made public after 100 years
Question 33: Which of the following does the census not take interest in?
A. How many houses you have	B. How old you are
C. What your job is	D. How big your family is
Question 34: Census results.......
A. are used by no one	B. are kept in secret forever
C. can be used for everyone	D. are not used for anyone
Question 35: The size of grants to local services is.....based on information from the census.
A. not at all	B. a little	C. completely	D. very much
Question 36: The census also shows the changes that have taken place regarding......
A. the number of buses in the area	B. the use of power in the area
C. the strength of workers in the area	D. the number of people who work in the area
Question 37: Which statement is NOT true?
A. The census information is stored in a computer.
B. People must supply personal information.
C. The census reveals everyone’s personal information.
D. There are no names and age on the census forms.
Question 38: It is necessary to know what sort of accommodation people live in so as to plan......
 A. the sizes and ages of houses	B. how many presents will be needed	
 C. the sizes and ages of families	D. how many houses need to be built
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 39: The dictionary......is not available at the moment.
A. for that you asked	B. for you asked	C. you asked	D. you asked for
Question 40: .......with the size of the whole Earth, the highest mountains do not seem high at all.
A. When compared	B. Compare them	C. A comparison	D. If you compare
Question 41: "Please send me some.......about your college and an application form."
A. qualification	B. formation	C. information	D. advertisement
Question 42: I’m sure that you can recognize her at the station; she.......a red raincoat.
A. will be wearing	B. will have worn	C. is going to wear	D. will have been wearing
Question 43: The workers raised the temperature.......the metal to melt.
A. highly enough for	B. high enough for	C. enough high for	D. high enough at
Question 44: The man who commands a ship is called the........
A. leader	B. captain	C. major	D. hero
Question 45: This.......dictionary includes a few animations.
A. electric	B. electrical	C. electricity	D. electronic
Question 46: .......that he couldn’t stop the car, he jumped out of it.
A. As	B. Since	C. Viewing	D. Seeing
Question 47: She often.......her own clothes.
A. makes	B. does	C. produces	D. cuts
Question 48: This surface......rough but it...... smooth.
A. sees - smells	B. looks - feels	C. feels - touches	D. appears - tastes
Question 49: As the man spoke with a strange accent, nobody could.......what he said.
A. work off	B. do up	C. do with	D. make out
Question 50: A.......is a person who works in a vegetable shop.
A. vegetarian	B. greengrocer	C. gardener	D. florist
 SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG 
 ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
 (Đề gồm có 04 trang) MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 002
 Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
 Mark(s) Mã Phách . 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differendy from the others in each of the following questions.
 Question 1:A. species	B. special	C. specify	D. spectrum
 Question 2:A. windy	B. wrong	C. wrist	D. two
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 3:A. technology	B. experience	C. activity	D. presentation
 Question 4:A. religious	B. librarian	C. commercial	D. Japanese
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 5: I could see the finish line and thought I was home and dry.
A. hopeless	B. successful	C. hopeful	D. unsuccessful
Question 6: Tourists today flock to see the two falls that actually constitute Niagara falls.
A. come out of boredom	B. come without knowing what they will see
C. come by plane	D. come in large numbers
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 7: Most scientists know him well. However, very few ordinary people have heard of him.
A. Not only scientists but also the general public know him as a big name.
B. Although he is well-known to scientists, he is little known to the general public.
C. He is the only scientist that is not known to the general public.
D. Many ordinary people know him better than most scientists do.
Question 8: I think my hair looks fine. My mother believes it needs a little more brushing.
A. Either my mother believes it needs a little more brushing or I think my hair looks fine.
B. Not only do I think my hair looks fine, but my mother also believes it needs a little more brushing.
C. I think my hair looks so fine that my mother believes it needs a little more brushing,
D. I think my hair looks fine, but my mother believes it needs a little more brushing.
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: ~ Tim: "Make yourself at home." ~ Mai: "............."
A. Not at all. Don’t mention it.	B. Thanks! Same to you.
C. That’s very kind. Thank you.	D. Yes. Can I help you?
Question 10: ~ Alusa: "I got 8.0/9.0 for the IELTS test!" ~ Liu: "............."
A. Good for you. Thank you.	B. It’s OK. I’m proud of you.
C. You can do it.	D. Well done, son! I’m very proud of you.
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.
THE CENSUS COUNTS!
 Every ten years there is a national census to count the number of people. The census counts the number of people in each area, the number of men and women, their ages, their profession, then family size and status. The census is the only way to count everyone. Its results are used by a great many people and are available to everyone. The census is useful; it helps to work out present and future needs for housing by seeing how many people are housed now, or the sizes and ages of then families. In addition, the size of annual grants made by the Government to public services depends largely on the numbers and needs of people in the area provided by the census. Furthermore, the census shows how many people have moved from one area to another and how the number of the local work force is changing.
 The census is taken in order to provide the figures about the nation as a whole. It does not give information about any named person, family or household. Therefore, names and addresses are needed on the forms but they are not fed into the computer. After the census, the forms with the names on are locked away and will not be released to anyone outside the Census Office for 100 years. The answers people give on their census forms will be treated in strict confidence. Everyone working on the census is sworn to secrecy and can be sued if he or she improperly reveals information.
Question 11: Which of the following does the census not take interest in?
A. How old you are	B. How big your family is
C. How many houses you have	D. What your job is
Question 12: Which statement is NOT true?
A. The census reveals everyone’s personal information.
B. There are no names and age on the census forms.
C. The census information is stored in a computer.
D. People must supply personal information.

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