Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia năm 2016 môn Tiếng Anh trường THCS & THPT Đông Du, Buôn Ma Thuột - Đề số 2

Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia năm 2016 môn Tiếng Anh năm 2016

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Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia năm 2016 môn Tiếng Anh trường THPT Chuyên Đại học Sư phạm Hà Nội (lần 2)

PHÒNG GD&ĐT TP. BUÔN MA THUỘT

TRƯỜNG THCS&THPT ĐÔNG DU

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(Đề thi có 6 trang)

ĐỀ THI THỬ THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2016

MÔN THI: TIẾNG ANH

Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút – không kể thời gian giao đề

PHẦN TRẮC NGHIỆM: (8 điểm)

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underline is pronounced differently from the rest.

Question 1: A. opened B. played C. proved D. regarded

Question 2: A. same B. taste C. swallow D. page

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

Question 3: A. Television B. Information C. Economic D. Engineer

Question 4: A. Achievement B. Argument C. Confinement D. Involvement

Question 5: A. Teacher B. Prefer C. Offer D. Flower

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

Question 6: I will stand here and wait for you ______ you come back.

A. because B. though C. so D. until

Question 7: Let's begin our discussion now, ______?

A. shall we B. will we C. don't we D. won't we

Question 8: Of all the factors affecting agricultural yields, weather is the one ______ the most.

A. that influences farmers B. farmers that is influences

C. why farmers influence it D. it influences farmers

Question 9: It gets _______ to understand what the professor has explained.

A. the more difficult B. difficult more and more

C. more difficult than D. more and more difficult

Question 10: I was doing my homework ______ the light went out.

A. after B. before C. while D. when

Question 11: He carried a(n)_________ driving license.

A. untrue B. unfaithful C. artificial D. false

Question 12: John: "I've passed my final exam." - Tom: "______"

A. That's a good idea. B. Good luck.

C. It's nice of you to say so. D. Congratulations!

Question 13: _______, we tried our best to complete it.

A. Thanks to the difficult homework B. Despite the homework was difficult

C. Difficult as the homework was D. As though the homework was difficult

Question 14: Students are often advised to look at the first and last_________of a book before attempting to read it in details.

A. paragraphs B. headings C. chapters D. titles

Question 15: ______ ten minutes earlier, you would have got a better seat.

A. Had you arrived B. If you arrived C. Were you arrived D. If you hadn't arrived

Question 16: The song has ______ been selected for the 22nd Sea Games, Vietnam.

A. officially B. office C. official D. officer

Question 17: Edith Harlow has kindly agreed ______. You should ask him.

A. to helping B. to help C. help D. helping

Question 18: People usually can get sufficient ______ of the calcium their bodies need from the food they consume.

A. variety B. source C. amount D. number

Question 19: It is possible ______ may assist some trees in saving water in the winter.

A. to lose leaves B. that the loss of leaves

C. the leaves are lost D. when leaves have lost

Question 20: Kitchen appliances called blenders became ______ in the 1930s, when Stephen B. Poplawski developed a machine that excelled at making his favorite drink.

A. establish B. established C. which establish D. establishing

Question 21: There's somebody walking behind us. I think we are ______.

A. followed B. being followed C. following D. being following

Question 22: Chosen as the nation's capital at the end of the American Civil War, ______ the city of over a million people.

A. Washington, DC is now B. for Washington, DC,

C. Washington, DC, D. now in Washington, DC,

Question 23: It is a top secret. You _______ tell anyone about it.

A. won't B. needn't C. mustn't D. mightn't

Question 24: Although he hadn't spoken French for many years, he picked it _____ again after a few weeks.

A. over B. on C. up D. through

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.

The Winterthur Museum is a collection and a house. There are many museums devoted to the decorative arts and many house museums, but rarely in the United States is a great collection displayed in a great country house. Passing through successive generations of a single family, Winterthur has been a private estate for more than a century. Even after the extensive renovations made to it between 1929 and 1931, the house remained a family residence. This fact is of importance to the atmosphere and effect of the museum. The impression of a lived-in house is apparent to the visitor: the rooms look as if they were vacated only a short while ago whether by the original owners of the furniture or the most recent residents of the house can be a matter of personal interpretation. Winterthur remains, then, a house in which a collection of furniture and architectural elements has been assembled. Like an English country house, it is an organic structure; the house, as well as the collection and manner of displaying it to the visitor, has changed over the years. The changes have coincided with developing concepts of the American arts, increased knowledge on the part of collectors and students, and a progression toward the achievement of a historical effect in period-room displays. The rooms at Winterthur have followed this current, yet still retained the character of a private house.

The concept of a period room as a display technique has developed gradually over the years in an effort to present works of art in a context that would show them to greater effect and would give them more meaning for the viewer. Comparable to the habitat group in a natural history museum, the period room represents the decorative arts in a lively and interesting manner and provides an opportunity to assemble objects related by style, date, or place of manufacture.

Question 25: What does the passage mainly discuss?

A. Historical furniture contained in Winterthur

B. How Winterthur compares to English country houses

C. Elements that make Winterthur an unusual museum

D. The reason that Winterthur was redesigned

Question 26: The phrase "devoted to" in line 1 is closest in meaning to ________ .

A. specializing in B. sentimental about C. surrounded by D. successful in

Question 27: What happened at Winterthur between 1929 and 1931?

A. The old furniture was replaced B. The estate became a museum

C. The owners moved out D. The house was repaired

Question 28: What does the author mean by stating "the impression of a lived-in house is apparent to the visitor"?

A. Few people visit Winterthur

B. The furniture at Winterthur looks comfortable

C. Winterthur does not look like a typical museum

D. Winterthur is very old

Question 29: The word "assembled" in line 9 is closest in meaning to ________ .

A. summoned B. appreciated

C. fundamentally changed D. brought together

Question 30: The word "it" in line 10 refers to _________ .

A. collection B. English country house

C. visitor D. Winterthur

Question 31: The word "developing" in line 11 is closest in meaning to _________ .

A. evolving B. exhibiting C. informative D. traditional

Question 32: According to the passage, objects in a period room are related by all of the following EXCEPT _________ .

A. place of manufacture B. date

C. past ownership D. style

Question 33: What is the relationship between the two paragraphs in the passage?

A. Paragraph 2 explains a philosophy of art appreciation that contrasts with that explained in Paragraph 1.

B. Paragraph 2 explains a term that was mentioned in Paragraph 1.

C. Each paragraph describes a different historical period

D. Each paragraph describes a different approach to the display of objects in a museum

Question 34: Where in the passage does the author explain why displays at Winterthur have changed?

A. lines 6-8 B. lines 4-5 C. lines 1-2 D. lines 10-12

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer for each of the blanks.

CARNIVOROUS PLANTS

All plants rely on nutrients taken from the soil in order to survive. However, in areas where the soil does not contain enough (35)_____ nutrients, some plants have adapted to (36) _____ their diets from another source: living organisms. Though they are few in number, carnivorous plants are (37)_____ fascinating beings that "eat" anything from one-celled organisms to insects in order to survive. They are commonly found in marshlands. Carnivorous plants feature one of several types of "traps" to ensnare prey, which they consume to make up for nutrients that may be missing from the soil. While there are over 400 species of carnivorous plants in the world today, some are more (38)_____ than others.

The most well-known of these plants are the snap traps, which include the Venus flytrap. Snap traps are easily identified by their leaves, which are separated into two lobes that have the ability to fold together. Inside the lobes, the surface is covered with tiny hairs that are (39) _____ to movement. When the plant's prey brushes against the hairs, it triggers a closing mechanism that rapidly brings the two lobes together, trapping the prey (40)_____ inside. The response of the traps is phenomenal (41)_____ speed: the time between triggering the hairs and snapping shut is less than a second. As the prey struggles inside the trap, it only triggers more hairs, causing the leaves to tighten their (42) _____. The plant then secrets liquid chemicals from special glands into the trap to dissolve the prey and absorb all of its nutrients. Besides the Venus flytrap, only one other type of snap trap exists today, (43)_____ to as the waterwheel plant. The two share a common ancestor and differ only in a few ways. For instance, the waterwheel is an aquatic plant, while the flytrap is exclusively terrestrial. In addition, the flytrap feeds primarily on arthropods like spiders, while the waterwheel lives (44)_____ simple invertebrates, like certain types of plankton.

Question 35: A. critical B. vital C. crucial D. indispensable

Question 36: A. modify B. enlarge C. augment D. supplement

Question 37: A. nonetheless B. though C. contradictorily D. yet

Question 38: A. prevalent B. current C. domineering D. prevailing

Question 39: A. vulnerable B. liable C. prone D. sensitive

Question 40: A. closely B. securely C. irreplaceably D. steadily

Question 41: A. in accordance with B. in preference to C. in regard to D. on merits of

Question 42: A. fist B. hold C. seizure D. grip

Question 43: A. denoted B. referred C. indicated D. implicated

Question 44: A. off B. onto C. though D. with

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the followings.

Question 45: Few businesses are flourishing in the present economic climate.

A. taking off B. setting up C. growing well D. closing down

Question 46: The dog saw his reflection in the pool of water .

A. imagination B. bone C. leash D. image

Question 47: At times, I look at him and wonder what is going on in his mind.

A. sometimes B. always C. hardly D. never

Question 48: Humans depend on species diversity to provide food, clean air and water, and fertile soil for agriculture.

A. destruction B. contamination C. fertilizer D. variety

Question 49: I couldn't see what she was doing. It was so dark down there.

A. make out B. make up C. make for D. make from

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