Đề thi khảo sát chất lượng các lớp Chuyên đề lần III môn Tiếng Anh Lớp 12 - Mã đề 570 - Năm học 2016-2017 - Trường THPT Nguyễn Thị Giang

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Đề thi khảo sát chất lượng các lớp Chuyên đề lần III môn Tiếng Anh Lớp 12 - Mã đề 570 - Năm học 2016-2017 - Trường THPT Nguyễn Thị Giang
Sở GD & ĐT Vĩnh Phỳc	 KỲ THI KSCL CÁC LỚP CHUYấN ĐỀ LẦN III
Trường THPT Nguyễn Thị Giang	 NĂM HỌC 2016 – 2017
	 --------***--------	 Mụn thi: TIẾNG ANH – Lớp: 12
 (50 cõu trắc nghiệm)	 (Thời gian làm bài: 60 phỳt, khụng kể thời gian giao đề)
Mó đề 570
Họ, tờn học sinh:
Số bỏo danh:
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
Question 1: Under ideal conditions, the entire life cycle of some insects, for example fleas, living on pets, may only take 3 weeks, so in no time at all, pets and homes can be infested.
A. very slowly 	B. unaccountably	C. very fast	D. immeasurably
Question 2: Most of the female football players will be jobless when the Games are over.
A. highly-paid	B. employed 	C. unemployed	D. busy
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 3:A. advertise 	B. expertise 	C. merchandise	D. recognise
Question 4:A. doll 	B. toll	C. hole	D. roll
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.
Question 5: Standing on the tip of the cape, a lighthouse can see from the distance.
A. can see 	B. the tip	C. from the distance	D. Standing on
Question 6: These exercises look easy, but they are very relatively difficult for us.
A. easy	B. very relatively 	C. for	D. These exercises
Question 7: Wind is the motion that occurs when lightest air rises and cooler heavier air replaces it. 
A. that occurs	B. it	C. lightest 	D. cooler
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 8:A. inability	B. potentially 	C. personality	D. territorial
Question 9:A. artificial 	B. environment	C. contaminate	D. intelligent
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 HUMAN STORY
 Modern human beings (homo sapiens) first ...(10)... in Africa 150,000 years ago. For thousands of years they stayed in Africa, but about 60,000 years ago, they ...(11)... to migrate into Asia. From there, some went north and arrived in Europe about 35,000 years ago. Europe was much colder than today, ...(12)... this was the time of the Ice Age. However, there was plenty of food there. Our ancestors hunted huge animals, like mammoths and woolly rhinoceroses.
 There were already other people in Europe, too. These were the Neanderthals. They left Africa 200,000 years ago. They were bigger and stronger than our ancestors, but by 20,000 years ago, the Neanderthals were ...(13)... .
We don't know why. Other groups of modern humans went east, ...(14)... into Asia. From there, some went south into Australia. The first people reached Australia about 45,000 years ago. Today Australia is an island, but during the Ice Age a lot of the Earth's ...(15)... was ice. So sea levels were 20 metres lower than today. The seas between Asia and Australia were much shallower and in many places there were land bridges. So it was easy to ...(16)... into the new continent. There was also a land bridge in the north between Siberia and Alaska. About 15,000 years ago, people walked across this land bridge into North America. They moved down through Central America and ...(17)... South America about 11,000 years ago. Human beings were now in every continent except Antarctica.
Soon after that - about 10,000 years ago - the last Ice Age ended. As the ice ...(18)... , sea levels rose. Australia became an island again and the land bridge to North America disappeared. No new people arrived in these places ...(19)... modern times.
Question 10:A. showed	B. came	C. went	D. appeared 
Question 11:A. wanted	B. started 	C. loved	D. needed
Question 12:A. so	B. though	C. as 	D. for
Question 13:A. alive	B. fell	C. extinct	D. dead
Question 14:A. outer	B. upper	C. inner	D. further 
Question 15:A. soil	B. sand	C. land	D. water 
Question 16:A. cross 	B. pass	C. fly	D. run
Question 17:A. got	B. reached 	C. arrived	D. came
Question 18:A. flowed	B. landed	C. melted	D. ran
Question 19:A. during	B. until 	C. at	D. between
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 20: Hensham is a town with narrow streets. It has little cottages and interesting shops.
A. Hensham is a town of narrow streets with little cottages and interesting shops. 
B. Hensham has narrow streets, interesting shops but no cottages.
C. Hensham, a town, has only small shops, cottages, and narrow streets. 
D. Streets in Hensham are narrow, but people are interested cottages and shops. 
Question 21: Donald won the presidential election with the highest electorial colleges. The whole world was shocked with this.
A. Donald won the presidential election with the highest electorial colleges, which shocked the whole world. 
B. The whole world was shocked by Donald's presidential election for winning the highest electorial colleges.
C. Donald won the presidential election with the highest electorial colleges and shocked the world over. 
D. Donald's highest triumph in the presidential election shocked the whole world.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 22: ~ A: "I didn’t think your English is so good."
 ~ B: "............"
A. No doubt!	B. You must be kidding. It needs more practice. 
C. I completely agree with you. It was terrific.	D. Don’t tell a lie. I thought it is terrible.
Question 23: Sarah thinks that.....clothes are the best things to wear for the trip.
A. small	B. casual 	C. heavy	D. short
Question 24: College students are becoming less dependent.......their teachers.
A. with	B. on 	C. of	D. to
Question 25: Many educationalists feel that continuous......is fairer than formal examinations.
A. assessment 	B. cramming 	C. judgement	D. assignment
Question 26: From the hotel there is a good.......of the mountain.
A. view 	B. vision	C. picture	D. sight
Question 27: How long ago........to learn French?
A. have you started 	B. did you start 	C. were you starting	D. would you start
Question 28: Sophie was....because she lost her favourite flip-flops on the beach.
A. merry	B. jealous	C. upset 	D. proud
Question 29: Well done! Sarah! You are top........the class.
A. in 	B. on	C. of 	D. at
Question 30: The new law will..........effect in six months.
A. take 	B. have	C. give	D. bring
Question 31: The.......told the candidates to turn over the question paper and begin.
A. tester 	B. inspector	C. assessor	D. invigilator
Question 32: Sarah also wants to go to the......to look at old things.
A. sports centre	B. museum 	C. cemetry	D. cinema
Question 33: ~ A: "This seat is taken." ~ B: "........"
A. How much do I have to pay?	B. But I bought it ten years ago.
C. Who did?	D. Sorry. I'll find another. 
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the words CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 34: Roget's Thesaurus, a collection of English words and phrases, was originally arranged by the ideas they express rather than by alphabetical order.
A. restricted	B. unless	C. instead of 	D. as well as
Question 35: With the dawn of space exploration, the notion that atmospheric conditions on Earth may be unique in the solar system was strengthened.
A. expansion	B. beginning 	C. outcome	D. continuation
Question 36: This tapestry has a very complicated pattern.
A. appropriate	B. obsolete	C. ultimate	D. intricate 
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.
 Very few people, groups, or governments oppose globalization in its entirety. Instead, critics of globalization believe aspects of the way globalization operates should be changed. The debate over globalization is about what the best rules are for governing the global economy so that its advantages can grow while its problems can be solved.
 On one side of this debate are those who stress the benefits of removing barriers to international trade and investment, allowing capital to be allocated more efficiently and giving consumers greater freedom of choice. With free-market globalization, investment funds can move unimpeded from the rich countries to the developing countries. Consumers can benefit from cheaper products because reduced taxes make goods produced at low cost from faraway places cheaper to buy. Producers of goods gain by selling to a wider market. More competition keeps sellers on their toes and allows ideas and new technology to spread and benefit others.
 On the other side of the debate are critics who see neo-liberal policies as producing greater poverty, inequality, social conflict, cultural destruction, and environmental damage. They say that the most developed nations - the United States, Germany, and Japan - succeeded not because of free frade but because of protectionism and subsidies. They argue that the more recently successful economies of South Korea, Taiwan, and China all had strong state-led development strategies that did not follow neo-liberalism. These critics think that government encouragement of “infant industries” - that is, industries that are just beginning to develop - enables a country to become internationally competitive.
 Furthermore, those who criticize the Washington Consensus suggest that the inflow and outflow of money from speculative investors must be limited to prevent bubbles. These bubbles are characterized by the rapid inflow of foreign funds that bid up domestic stock markets and property values. When the economy cannot sustain such epectation, the bubbles burst as investors panic and pull their money out of the country.
 Protests by what is called the anti-globalization movement are seldom directed against globalization itself but rather against abuses that harm the rights of workers and the environment. The question raised by nongovernmental organizations and protesters at WTO and IMF gatherings is whether globalization will result in a rise of living standards or a race to the bottom as competition takes the form of lowering living standards and underminine environmental regulations.
 One of the key problems of the 21st century will be determining to what extent markets should be regulated to promote fair competition, honest dealing, and fair distribution of public goods on a global scale. 
From ‘'Globalization” by Tabb, William K., Microsoft đ Student 2009
Question 37: It is stated in the passage that.......
A. the protests of globalization are directed against globalization itself.
B. suppoters of globalization stress the benefits of removing trade barriers. 
C. critics of globalization say that the successful economies are all in Asia. 
D. the United States, Germany, and Japan succeeded in helping infant industries.
Question 38: The phrase “keeps sellers on their toes” in the passage mostly means.......
A. makes sellers responsive to any changes 	B. forces sellers to go bare-footed 
C. allows sellers to stand on their own feet	D. prevents sellers from selling new products
Question 39: According to critics of globalization, several developed countries have become rich because of.....
A. their protectionism and subsidies 	B. their help to developing countries
C. their prevention of bubbles	D. their neo-liberal policies
Question 40: Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage?
A. Some Asian countries had strong state-led economic strategies.
B. Hardly anyone disapproves of globalization in its entirety.
C. The anti-globalization movement was set up to end globalization. 
D. Critics believe the way globalization operates should be changed.
Question 41: The word “allocated’ in the passage mostly means.......
A. removed	B. distributed 	C. offered	D. solved
Question 42: The debate over globalization is about how.......
A. to spread ideas and strategies for globalization.
B. to terminate globalization in its entirely
C. to govern the global economy for the benefit of the community. 
D. to use neo-liberal policies for the benefit of the rich countries. 
Question 43: Infant industries mentioned in the passage are.......
A. young companies	B. development strategies
C. successfill economies	D. young industries 
Question 44: Supporters of free-market globalization point out that.......
A. investment will be allocated only to rich countries.
B. consumers can benefit from cheaper products. 
C. there will be less competition among producers.
D. taxes that are paid on goods will be increased. 
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 provided italicized ones.
Question 45: Their chances of success are small.
A. It's not very likely that they will succeed. 	B. They will certainly be successful.
C. They have no chances of being successful.	D. It’s possible that they will achieve success.
Question 46: Kate works for an organization which collects money to help orphans.
A. The organization where Kate works for collects money to help orphans.
B. The organization which Kate works for collects money to help orphans. 
C. Money of orphans is collected in the organization where Kate works.
D. The organization for that Kate works collects money to help orphans.
Question 47: Lin's success took us all by surprise.
A. We took all of Lin’s successes surprisingly.
B. Lin was successful, which surprised all of us. 
C. We were taken aback by all of Lin's successes.
D. Lin’s success was surprised to all of us.
Question 48: I no longer speak to my neighbour since our quarrel.
A. I stopped speaking to my neighbour since our quarrel. 
B. I have spoken long to my neighbour since our quarrel.
C. I have longed for speaking to my neighbor since our quarrel.
D. Before our quarrel, I spoke longer to my neighbour than now.
Question 49: The Minister said that he had not done anything improper.
A. The Minister refused to have done anything improper.
B. The Minister denied that he would do anything improper.
C. The Minister denied doing anything improper. 
D. The Minister refused to do anything improper.
Question 50: Sue is too slow to understand what you might say.
A. Sue is not enough quick to understand what you might say.
B. So slow is Sue that she can't understand what you might say. 
C. Sue is so slow to understand what you might say.
D. What you might say, Sue can understand slowly. 

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