Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia 2018 môn tiếng Anh lần 2 trường THPT Chuyên Lương Văn Tụy, Ninh Bình có đáp án

Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia 2018 môn tiếng Anh

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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that need correction in each of the following questions

Question 1: Many hundred years ago, there were many villages and little towns in England.

A. ago B. were C. little D. in

Question 2: Alike light waves, microwaves may be reflected and concentrated elements.

A. Alike B. waves C. may be D. concentrated

Question 3: Many successful film directions are former actors who desire to expand their experience in the film industry.

A. successful B. film directions C. former D. expand

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.

Although the “lie detectors” are being used by governments, police departments, and businesses that all want guaranteed ways of detecting the truth, the results are not always accurate. Lie detectors are properly called emotion detectors, for their aim is to measure bodily changes that contradict what a person says. The polygraph machine records changes in heart rate, breathing, blood pressure, and the electrical activity of the skin (galvanic skin response, or GSR). In the first part of the polygraph test, you are electronically connected to the machine and asked a few neutral questions (“What is your name?”, “Where do you live?”). Your physical reactions serve as the standard (baseline) for evaluating what comes next. Then you are asked a few critical questions among the neutral ones (“When did you rob the bank?”). The assumption is that if you are guilty, your body will reveal the truth, even if you try to deny it. Your heart rate, respiration, and GSR will change abruptly as you respond to the incriminating questions.

That is the theory; but psychologists have found that lie detectors are simply not reliable. Since most physical changes are the same across all emotions, machines cannot tell whether you are feeling guilty, angry, nervous, thrilled, or revved up form an exciting day. Innocent people may be tense and nervous about the whole procedure. They may react physiologically to a certain word (“bank”) not because they robbed it, but because they recently bounced a check. In either case the machine will record a “lie”. The reverse mistake is also common. Some practiced liars can lie without flinching, and others learn to beat the machine by tensing muscles or thinking about an exciting experience during neutral questions.

Question 4: What is the main idea of this passage?

A. Lie detectors distinguish different emotions

B. Physical reaction reveal guilty

C. Lie detectors make innocent people nervous

D. How lie detectors are used and their reliability

Question 5: According to the test, polygraph_________________.

A. measure aperson’s thoughts B. always reveal the truth about a person

C. make guiltypeople angry D. record a person’s physical reactions

Question 6: According to the passage, what kind of questions is asked on the first part of the polygraph test?

A. incriminating B. critical C. emotional D. unimportant

Question 7: The word “ones” in paragraph 1 refers to .

A. questions B. reactions C. standards D. evaluations

Question 8: The word “it” in paragraph 1 refers to________.

A. thequestion B. your body C. the assumption D. the truth

Question 9: The word “assumption” in paragraph 1 could best be replaced with_____________.

A. belief B. faith C. statement D. imagining

Question 10: This passage was probably written by a specialist in______________.

A. sociology B. anthropology C. criminal psychology D. mind reading

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to the following questions

Question 11: The 26th Annual Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum (APPF)____________ in Hanoi, our beautiful and peaceful capital city, from January 18th to 21st, 2018

A. washeld B. is held C. is being held D. will be held

Question 12: The Meeting of Women Parliamentarians, a part of APPF-26, contributed to strengthening the presence and of women parliamentarians and________ helping to forge a network connecting them together.

A. influenced B. influencing C. influence D. influential

Question 13: National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan said that___________, a large number of women and girls in various areas in the world are being discriminated and subjected to violence.

A. though positive outcomes in gender equality and women empowerment

B. despite of positive outcomes in gender equality and women empowerment

C. in spite positive outcomes in gender equality and women empowerment

D. in spite of positive outcomes in gender equality and women empowerment

Question 14: In the quarter-final showdown with Malaysia, Cho Jae-wan (Korea Republic) wrote himself into the history books when he found the back of the net just 11.35 seconds into the game – the second___________ goal in any AFC tournament.

A. latest B. worst C. best D. fastest

Question 15: Bob was absent; he sick again.

A. shouldn’thave been B. mustn’t have been

C. musthave been D. should have been

Question 16: Could you__________ me a lift into town?

A. give B. get C. do D. make

Question 17: The lack of family support and the committee’s concerns around the design of the proposed statue of the former British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, outside UK Parliament were the key determining factors in________ this application.

A. breakingup B. turning down C. taking off D. putting up

Question 18: I think we’ve come in for a lot of__________ about the impatience of some shop assistants.

A. compliments B. problems C. complaints D. criticism

Question 19: Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May was the first world leader_________ Trump at the White House after his inauguration last year.

A. visited B. visiting C. visit D. to visit

Question 20: South African anti-apartheid veteran Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, ex-wife of late President Nelson Mandela, _________in and out of hospital since 2016 for back and knee surgery.

A. hasbeen being B. has been C. was D. had been

Question 21: Vietnam reached the semi-finals of the AFC U23 Championship 2018 with a penalty shootout win__________ Iraq on Saturday, January 20th, 2018.

A. over B. with C. against D. in

Question 22: He opened the letter without___________ to read the address on the envelope.

A. caring B. worrying C. concerning D. bothering

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.

Pollution is a threat to many species on Earth, but sometimes it can cause species to thrive. Such is the case with Pfiesteria piscicida. A one-celled creature called a dinoflagellate, Pfiesteria inhabits warm coastal areas and river mouths, especially along the eastern United States. Although scientists have found evidence of Pfiesteria in 3,000-year- old sea floor sediments and dinoflagellates are thought to be one of the oldest life forms on earth, few people took notice of Pfiesteria.

Lately, however, blooms – or huge, dense populations – of Pfiesteria are appearing in coastal waters, and in such large concentrations the dinoflagellates become ruthless killers. The blooms emit powerful toxins that weaken and entrap fish that swim into the area. The toxins eventually cause the fish to develop large bleeding sores through which the tiny creatures attack, feasting on blood and flesh. Often the damage is astounding. During a 1991 fish kill, which was blamed on Pfiesteria on North Carolina’s Neuse River, nearly one billion fish died and bulldozers had to be brought in to clear the remains from the river. Of course, such events can have a devastating effect on commercially important fish, but that is just one way that Pfiesteria causes problems. The toxins it emits affect human skin in much the same way as they affect fish skin. Additionally, fisherman and others who have spent time near Pfiesteria blooms report that the toxins seem to get into the air, where once inhaled they affect the nervous system, causing severe headaches, blurred vision, nausea, breathing difficulty, short-term memory loss and even cognitive impairment.

For a while, it seemed that deadly Pfiesteria blooms were a threat only to North Carolina waters, but the problem seems to be spreading. More and more, conditions along the east coast seem to be favorable for Pfiesteria. Researchers suspect that pollutants such as animal waste from livestock operations, fertilizers washed from farmlands and waste water from mining operations have probably all combined to promote the growth of Pfiesteria in coastal waters.

Question 23: What is true of Pfiesteria?

A. It seems to flourish in the presence of certain pollutants

B. It has been a menace to fish and humans for over 3000 years.

C. It is the oldest life form on earth

D. In large concentrations, it poses a threat to fish but not to humans.

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