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Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia 2015 môn Tiếng Anh
MOCK TEST FOR THE UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE
Student'code:............................................................... Code: 142
I. Read the passage and choose the best option for each sentence or question:
The white rings of Saturn, the second largest planet in the solar system and named for the ancient Roman god of agriculture, were first seen by the Italian astronomer Galileo in 1610. He interpreted the rings as being two smaller bodies, but in the late 1650s Huygens correctly theorized that there was indeed a ring. It was not until the mid-19th century that J.C Maxell demonstrated mathematically that these rings were composed of minute and connected particles. In 1980, the Voyager I spacecraft showed that the ring system was highly structured.
This system is vast, some twenty one times the diameter of the Earth, but it has a maximum thickness of only two kilometers. Spectroscopy, the analysis of radiated light to determine the elements present, show that the particles in the system consist of water ice, which is likely to cover rocky silicate cores. The ring may have originated an debris from satellites or comets, though another theory holds that they may consist of material left over from the formation of the planet itself.
Apart from the myriad ring particles, themselves satellites of course, there are at least twenty-four larger satellites proper orbiting Saturn. This means that Saturn has the most extensive satellite system yet found among the nine planets of our solar system. More than one-third of Saturn's satellites have been discovered in the past twenty years. While in general less strikingly varied than the moons of Jupiter, those of Saturn do provide one notable exception. Titan. This satellite, second only in size to Jupiter's Ganymede, is unique in the solar system in having a substantial atmosphere.
1. According to the passage, ________.
A. the origin of the ring particles is uncertain.
B. spectroscopy proved the rings come from debris.
C. the ring system is thicker than the Earth's diameter.
D. Saturn's ring system is theoretical.
2. The word myriad (line 12) is closest in meaning to _______.
A. numerous B. mysterious C. separate D. small
3. Which of the following may NOT be inferred from the passage?
A. Huygens disagreed with Galileo's interpretation of the rings.
B. Galileo failed to interpret correctly what he saw.
C. J.C. Maxwell's demonstration preceded Voyager I by some thirty years.
D. No one had observed the rings of Saturn before Galileo.
4. According to the passage ________.
A. Titan is the second moon of Saturn B. Ganymede has a substantial atmosphere
C. Ganymede is bigger than Titan. D. Titan and Ganymede are moons of Jupiter.
5. Which of the following words is defined in the passage?
A. satellite system B. spectroscopy C. these rings D. water-ice
6. The word they (line 10) refers to _______.
A. comets B. rings C. cores D. satellites
7. What does the passage mainly discuss?
A. Galileo's discoveries B. Our solar system
C. The planet Saturn D. Saturn's satellites
8. The word unique (line 16) is closest in meaning to ________.
A. unusual B. unpredictable C. noteworthy D. unparalleled
9. What does the author mention the Roman god of agriculture for?
A. To account for the planet's white rings.
B. To explain the relationship with Galileo.
C. To account for what the planet is called.
D. To explain the age of the planet Saturn.
10. The word it (line 7) refers to ________.
A. diameter B. Earth C. system D. thickness
Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia 2015 môn Tiếng Anh
B. Rewrite the following sentences, beginning woth the words given:
1. This is the first time I have heard such an exciting story like this.
OR: This is the most exciting story I have ever heard before.
2. The last time I wrote to her was three years ago.
3. I wish you had told us about this.
4. The garden is so small that we can’t play football in it.
5. Having been delayed for an hour , the concert started at 8 o'clock