Đề luyện thi Tốt nghiệp THPT Quốc gia môn Tiếng Anh - Mã đề 1002 - Năm học 2016-2017 - Trung tâm luyện thi Dương Hòa (Kèm đáp án)

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Đề luyện thi Tốt nghiệp THPT Quốc gia môn Tiếng Anh - Mã đề 1002 - Năm học 2016-2017 - Trung tâm luyện thi Dương Hòa (Kèm đáp án)
TRUNG TÂM LUYỆN THI 
DƯƠNG HÒA
THÀNH PHỐ NINH BÌNH
ĐỀ LUYỆNTHI TỐT NGHIỆP THPT QG
NĂM HỌC 2016-2017
MÔN: TIẾNG ANH
Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút
Mã đề thi:1002
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. plate	B. salad	 C. lemonade	 D. play
Question 2. A. bother	 B. thoughtful	 C. geothermal	 D. breakthrough
Mark the letter on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress 
Question 3. A. furnish	B. reason	C. promise	D. tonight
Question 4. A. specific	B. coincide	C. inventive	D. regardless
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 
Question 5. I gave the waiter a $50 note and waited for my _________.
	A. change 	B. supply	C. cash	D. cost
Question 6. People can become very __________ when they are stuck in traffic for a long time.
	A. nervous 	B. bad-tempered	C. stressful 	D. pressed
Question 7. Only one of our gifted students ______to participate in the final competition.
  A. chosen	 B. have been chosen	 C. has been chosen	D. were choosing	
Question 8. I think there's a picture of the hotel __________ the first page.
	A. on	B. at	C. in 	D. to
Question 9. I'm saving all my pocket money __________to buy a new PlayStation.
	A. out 	B. down 	C. up 	D. away
Question 10. As a millionaire who liked to show off her wealth, Mrs. Smith paid ______ we asked.
  A. four times much as	B. four time as many as C. four times as much as D. four time much than
Question 11. They ________ have seen the play last night as they went to a football match instead.
	A. could 	B. must	C. might	D. can't
Question 12. _______ has been a topic of continual geological research.
 A. How the continents were formed B. The continents formed
 C. If the continents formed	 D. How did the continents for
Question 13. She should _____ in the garage when we come around, which would explain why she didn't hear the bell.
	A. work 	B. be working 	C. have worked	D. have been working
Question 14. Dr. Parker gave my mum a lovely ________ for spaghetti carbonara.
	A. recipe 	B. prescription	C. receipt 	D. paper
Question 15. You should __________ a professional to check your house for earthquake damage.
	A. have 	B. make 	C. take 	D. get
Question 16. We _________ today and I got into trouble because I hadn't done it.
 A. had checked our homew B. had our homework checked
 C. were checked our homework D. have our homework checking
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
Question 17:  Globally and internationally, the 1990's stood  out as the  warmest decade in the history of weather records
 A B C D 
Question 18: When precipitation occurs,  some of it evaporates, some runs off  the surface it strikes, and some  
 A B C 
sinking into the ground. 
 D
Question 19: A warning printed on a makeshift lifebuoy says: "This is not a  life-saving device. Children should be  accompany by their  parents." A B
 C 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.
Question 20: We chose to find a place for the night. We found the bad weather very inconvenient.
A. Bad weather was approaching, so we started to look for a place to stay.
B. The bad weather prevented us from driving any further.
 C. Seeing that the bad weather had set in, we decided to find somewhere to spend the night.
D. Because the climate was so severe, we were worried about what we'd do at night.
Question 21: It isn't just that the level of education of this school is high. It's that it's also been consistent for years.
A. The level of education in this school, which is usually quite high, shows only slight variations from year to year.
B. The standard of education is not high in this school, but at least all the students are at the same level.
C. Not only are the standards of education good in this school, but it has maintained those standards over the years.
D. It isn't fair to deny that this school is successful, as it has had the same high standards for many years now.
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 22. – “How lovely your pets are!” “ _________” 
 A. Thank you, it's nice of you to say so B. Really? They are C. can you say that again D. I love them, too
Question 23. Stephanie: "Oh, no! I left my book at home. Can I share yours?" Scotts: "_____"
  A. Yes, I do too	B. No, thanks	C. Yes, sure!	D. No, not at all!
Choose the sentence that is similar in meaning to the given one.
Question 24. Bali has far better beaches than Java, which make it more attractive to tourists.
A. Bali is more popular with tourists because it has more beaches than Java.
B. Bali attracted more tourists than Java because its beaches are much farther.
C. Tourists prefer the beaches in Bali to those in Java because they are far better.
D. Bali is more popular with tourists because its beaches are much better than those of Java
Question 25. “Send this urgent document immediately!” the officer told the soldier.
	 A. The officer requested that the soldier rush out due to the document’s urgency.
	 B. The officer ordered the soldier to deliver the urgent document instantly.
	 C. The officer recommended the soldier leave right away because of the urgent document.
	 D. The officer advised the soldier to send the urgent document right away.
Question 26. It is widely believed that hard work makes success.
A. People think that success is when you work hard.	
B. Believers of success think that we should work hard.
C. Many people think that success at work is hard.
 D. Many people believe that if you want to succeed, you should work hard.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions
Question 27. This tapestry has a very complicated pattern.
 A. obsolete	B. intricate	C. ultimate	D. appropriate
Question 28. The drought was finally over as the fall brought in some welcome rain.
 A. heatware	B. harvest	C. summer	D. aridity
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 29: During the five- decade history the Asian Games have been advancing in all aspects.
 A. holding at	B. holding back	C. holding to	D. holding by
Question 30: The distinction between schooling and education implied by this remark is important.
 A. explicit	 B. implicit	C. obscure	D. odd
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 sentences 
 The principle of use and disuse states that those parts of organisms' bodies that are used grown larger. Those parts that are not tend to wither away. It is an observed fact that when you exercise particular muscles, they 	grow. Those that are never used dimish. By examining a man's body, we can tell which muscles he uses and 	which he doesn't. we may even be able to guess his profession or his reaction. Enthusiasts of the "body- building" cult make use of the principle of use and disuse to "build" their bodies, almost like a piece of sculpture, into whatever unnatural shape is demanded by fashion in this peculiar minority culture. Muscles are not the only parts of the body that respond to use in this kind of way. Walk barefoot and you acquire harder skin on your soles. It is easy to tell a farmer from a bank teller by looking at their hands alone. The farmer's hands are horny, hardened by long exposure to rough work. The teller's hands are relatively soft.
 The principle of use and disuse enables animals to become better at the job of surviving in their world, progressively better during their lifetime as a result of living in that world. Humans, through direct exposure to sunlight, or lack of it, develop a skin color which equips them better to survive in the particular local conditions.
 Too much sunlight is dangerous. Enthusiastic sunbathers with very fair skins are susceptible to skin cancer. Too little sunlight, on the other hand, leads to vitamin-D deficiency and rickets. The brown pigment melanin which is synthesized under the influence of sunlight, makes a screen to protect the underlying tissues from the harmful effects of further sunlight. If a suntanned person moves to a less sunny climate, the melanin disappears, and the body is able to benefit from what little sun there is. This can be represented as an instance of the principle of use and disuse: skin goes brown when it is "used", and fades to white when it is not.
Question 31. What does the passage mainly discuss?
	A. How the principles of use and disuse change people's concepts of themselves.
	B. The way in which people change themselves to conform to fashion.
	C. The changes that occur according to the principle of use and disuse.
	D. The effects of the sun on the principle of use and disuse.
Question 32. The word "Those" in line 3 refers to___.
	A. organisms 	B. bodies 	C. parts 	D. muscles
Question 33. According to the passage, men who body build____.
	A. appear like sculptures B. change their appearance C. belong to strange cults D. are very fashionable
Question 34. The word "horny" in line 9 is closest in meaning to____.
	A. firm	B. strong 	C. tough 	D. dense 
Question 35. It can be inferred from the passage that the principle of use and disuse enables organisms to____.
	A. change their existence B. automatically benefit C. survive in any condition	D. improve their lifetime
Question 36. The author suggests that melanin_____.
	A. is necessary for the production of vitamin-D	B. is beneficial in sunless climates
	C. helps protect fair-skinned people	D. is a synthetic product
Question 37. The word " susceptible" could be best replaced by____.
	A. condemned 	B. vulnerable 	C. allergic 	D. suggestible
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each 
 THE HISTORY OF WRITING
The development of writing (38) ___ a huge difference to the world and might see it as the beginning of the media. Pieces of pottery with marks on that are probably numbers have been discovered in China that date from around 4000 BC. Hieroglyphics and other forms of "picture writing" developed in the (39)_____ around Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq), where the ancient Sumerian civilization was based, from around 3300 BC onwards. However, the first true alphabet was used by the Phoenicians around 1050 BC. Their alphabet had 22 letters and it is estimated that it lasted for 1000 years. The first two signs were called "aleph" and "beth", which in Greek became "alpha" and "beta", which gave us the modern word "alphabet"The modern European alphabet is based on the Greek and (40) ____ to other European countries under the Romans. A number of changes took place as time passed. The Romans added the letter G, and the letter J and V were (41) ____ to people in Shakespeare's time.If we (42)____ the history of punctuation, we also find some interesting facts. 
Question 38. A. did 	B. had 	C. made 	D. took 
Question 39. A. distance 	B. area 	C. length 	D. earth
Question 40. A. spread 	B. appeared 	C. was 	D. occurred
Question 41. A. infamous	B. unpopular	C. unknown	D. hidden
Question 42. A. look into 	B. bring on 	C. make off 	D. hold up
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the questions
You can usually tell when your friends are happy or angry by the looks on their faces or by their actions. This is useful because reading their emotional expressions helps you to know how to respond to them. Emotions have evolved to help us respond to important situations and to convey our intentions to others. But does raising the eyebrows and rounding the mouth say the same thing in Minneapolis as it does in Madagascar? Much research on emotional expressions has centered on such questions. 
 According to Paul Ekman, the leading researcher in this area, people speak and understand substantially the same “facial language”. Studies by Ekman’s group have demonstrated that humans share a set of universal emotional expressions that testify to the common biological heritage of the human species. Smiles, for example, signal happiness and frowns indicate sadness on the faces of people in such far- flung places as Argentina, Japan, Spain, Hungary, Poland , Sumatra ,the United States, Vietnam, the jungles of New Guinea , and the Eskimo villages north of Artic Circle. Ekman and his colleagues claim that people everywhere can recognize at least seven basic emotions: sadness, fear, anger, disgust, contempt, happiness, and surprise. There are, however, huge differences across cultures in both the context and intensity of emotional displays – the so called display rules. In many Asian cultures, for example, children are taught to control emotional responses – especially negative ones- while many American children are encouraged to express their feelings more openly. Regardless of culture, however, emotions usually show themselves, to some degree , in people’s behavior. From their first days of life, babies produce facial expressions that communicate their feelings. 
 The ability to read facial expressions develops early, too. Very young children pay close attention to facial expressions, and by age five, they nearly equal adults in their skill at reading emotions on people’s faces. This evidence all points to a biological underpinning for our abilities to express and interpret a basic set of human emotions. Moreover, as Charles Darwin pointed out over a century ago, some emotional expressions seem to appear across species boundaries. Cross - cultural psychologists tell us that certain emotional responses carry different meanings in different cultures. For example, what emotion do you suppose might be conveyed by sticking out your tongue? For Americans, this might indicate disgust, while in China it can signify surprise. Likewise, a grin on an American face may indicate joy, while on a Japanese face it may just as easily mean embarrassment. Clearly, culture influences emotional expressions.
Question 43. According to the passage, we respond to others by _________. 
 A. observing their looks B. observing their emotional expressions 
 C. watching their actions D. looking at their faces
Question 44. Many studies on emotional expressions try to answer the question whether __________. 
 A. different cultures have similar emotional expressions. 
 B. eyebrow raising means the same in Minneapolis and Madagascar. 
 C. raising the eyebrows has similar meaning to rounding the mouth. 
rounding the mouth has the same meaning in Minneapolis and Madagascar. 
Question 45. The word “ evolved” in line 3 is closest in meaning to __________. 
	A. reduced	B. increased	C. simplified 	D. developed 
Question 46. Paul Ekman is mentioned in the passage as an example of ____________. 
 A. lacked many main ingredients 	 B. researchers on universal language
 C.researchers who can speak and understand many languages D.investigators on universal emotional expressions
Question 47. Unlike American children, Asian children are encouraged to _______.
 A. control their emotions B. conceal their positive emotions 
 C. display their emotions openly D. change their behaviour 
Question 48. Young children _______.
 A. spend a long time learning to read others’ emotions B. are sensitive towards others’ emotions
 C. make amazing progress in controlling their emotions D. take time to control their facial expressions 
Question 49. The phrase “ this evidence” in line 24 refers to _________.
A. the fact that children are good at recognizing others’ emotions B. human facial expressions 
C. a biological underpinning for humans to express emotions D. the fact that children can control their feelings 
Question 50. The best title for the passage is ________________.
A.Cultural universals in emotional expressions B. Ways to control emotional expressions 
 C. review of research on emotional expressions D. Human habit of displaying emotions 
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