Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia năm 2016 môn Tiếng Anh (Đề luyện số 242) trường THPT Liễn Sơn, Vĩnh Phúc
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SỞ GD&ĐT VĨNH PHÚC
TRƯỜNG THPT LIỄN SƠN
(ĐỀ LUYỆN 242)
ĐỀ THI THỬ THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2015
MÔN THI: TIẾNG ANH
Thời gian: 90 phút
PHẦN TRẮC NGHIỆM: (8 điểm)
I. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. mechanic B. parachute C. chemistry D. character
Question 2: A. newspapers B. magazines C. vegetables D. biscuits
II. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D 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. comfortable B. secretary C. necessary D. intelligent
Question 4: A. instruction B. computer C. accurate D. destroy
Question 5: A. achievement B. arrangement C. enclosure D. reference
III. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word(s) for each of the blanks.
People in many countries grow fresh water fish from eggs. They move the small fish into lakes and rivers. The fish live and (6)______ there. People go (7)______ in these lakes and rivers. They enjoy catching fish because fish is also good food. Now the Japanese grow salt water fish. Most of them are yellow tail fish. Workers grow the fish from eggs. Every time they feed the fish, they play (8)______ of piano music. The fish (9)______ that piano music means food.
When the fish are small, the Japanese put them into the ocean near the land. The fish find some of their (10)______ food. Workers also feed them. They play the same piano music. The fish (11)____ know the music. They swim toward it and (12)___ the food. In (13)______ months the fish are large. The Japanese play the same music. The fish swim toward it and the workers (14)__ them. The Japanese get about 15 percent of their seafood (15)___ farms in the ocean.
Question 6: A. bread B. born C. grow D. develop
Question 7: A. catching B. fishing C. shopping D. enjoying
Question 8: A. tapes B. lot C. songs D. films
Question 9: A. learn B. recognize C. think D. realize
Question 10: A. self’s B. own C. own’s D. self
Question 11: A. mostly B. nearly C. already D. recently
Question 12: A. find B. bite C. see D. hold
Question 13: A. few B. couple C. a few D. many
Question 14: A. grasp B. seize C. hold D. catch
Question 15: A. from B. of C. on D. in
IV. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.
Question 16: The early we leave, the sooner we will arrive.
A B C D
Question 17: George has not completed the assignment yet, and Maria hasn’t neither.
A B C D
Question 18: Tree squirrels are active, noisy, and lively animals that make its home in tree trunks.
A B C D
Question 19: The Charles Dickens’ character Wilkins Micawber lived in optimistic expectation of a best fortune.
A B C D
Question 20: Daisy has such many things to do that she has no time to go out.
A B C D
Question 21: Dinosaurs became extinct millions of years ago because of the earth's climate changed drastically.
A B C D
Question 22: My brother has always helped me in time of need, and I wish that he was here now.
A B C D
Question 23: Many charity organizations have brought food supplies and clothes to flood effecting areas in the Mekong Delta. A B C D
Question 24: After Tom returned to his house, he read a book.
A B C D
Question 25: Our former teacher told us not talk while the teachers were explaining the lesson.
A B C D
V. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
To a European, money means power, the freedom to do as he likes, which also means that, consciously or unconsciously, he says: "I want to have as much money as possible myself and others to have as little money as possible."
In the United States, wealth was also acquired by stealing, but the real exploited victim was not a human being but poor Mother Earth and her creatures who were ruthlessly plundered. It is true that the Indians were expropriated or exterminated, but this was not, as it has always been in Europe, a matter of the conqueror seizing the wealth of the conquered, for the Indian had never realized the potential riches of his country. It is also true that, in the Southern states, men lived on the labor of slaves, but slave labor did not make them fortunes; what made slavery in the South all the more inexcusable was that, in addition to being morally wicked, it didn't even pay off handsomely.
Thanks to the natural resources of the country, every American, until quite recently, could reasonably look forward to making more money than his father, so that, if he made less, the fault must be his; he was either lazy or inefficient. What an American values, therefore, is not the possession of money as such, but his power to make it as proof of his manhood; once he has proved himself by making it, it has served its function and can be lost or given away. In no society in history have rich men given away so large a part of their fortunes. A poor American feels guilty at being poor, but less guilty than an American renter who had inherited wealth but is doing nothing to increase it; what can the latter do but take to drink and psychoanalysis?
Question 26: Which of the following can be concluded from the first paragraph?
A. Money is made either consciously or unconsciously.
B. Those who have a lot of money enjoy real freedom.
C. Some European acquire money and power without even being conscious of it.
D. Some people not only want to get rich but wish others to be poor.
Question 27: To an American, money means ___________.
A. proof of ability and manhood
B. "proof of ability and manhood" and "diligence and efficiency"
C. diligence and efficiency
D. The freedom to do whatever he likes
Question 28: The author seems to believe that the natural resources in the U.S. are _________.
A. rich B. on the increase C. poor D. limited
Question 29: In the passage, the word “fortunes” (Paragraphs 2 and 3) is used twice. What does it mean?
A. good opportunities B. power C. wealth D. luck
Question 30: In the author’s opinion, an American renter __________.
A. will take to drink if he does nothing to increase his wealth
B. should feel more guilty than a poor American
C. should feel content with this inherited wealth
D. is even lazier and more inefficient than a poor American
VI. Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to the original sentence in each of the following questions.
Question 31: "Do you believe in what the boy says, Mary?" said Tom.
A. Tom asked Mary if she believed in what the boy said.
B. Tom asked Mary to believe in what the boy said.
C. Tom asked Mary whether she believes in what the boy says.
D. Tom said that Mary believed in what the boy said.
Question 32: John is fat because he eats so many chips.
A. If John didn’t eat so many chips, he would not be fat.
B. John is fat though he eats so many chips.
C. Being fat, John eats so many chips.
D. If John doesn’t eat so many chips, he will not be fat.
Question 33: People say he won a lot of money on the lottery.
A. He is said to have won a lot of money on the lottery.
B. He was said to win a lot of money on the lottery.
C. He is said that he won a lot of money on the lottery.
D. He won a lot of money on the lottery, it is said.
Question 34: She is learning English because she wants to get a better job.
A. She is learning English so as she gets a better job.
B. She is learning English in order she can get a better job.
C. She is learning English so that she will be able to get a better job.
D. She is learning English so that she gets a better job.
Question 35: "I am sorry, I forgot our appointment yesterday," said Jean to the dentist.
A. Jean apologized the dentist for having forgotten our appointment the day before.
B. Jean apologized to the dentist for having forgotten their appointment the day before.
C. Jean apologized the dentist having forgotten their appointment the day before.
D. Jean apologized to the dentist for having forgotten our appointment the day before.
Question 36: After the members of the committee had had lunch, they discussed the problem.
A. Having been served lunch, it was discussed by the committee members of the problem.
B. Having been served lunch, a discussion of the problem was made by the members of the committee.