Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia năm 2016 môn Tiếng Anh trường THPT Thuận Thành 1, Bắc Ninh (Lần 2)
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SỞ GD – ĐT BẮC NINH
TRƯỜNG THPT THUẬN THÀNH SỐ 1
ĐỀ KHẢO SÁT CHẤT LƯỢNG LẦN 2
Môn Tiếng Anh lớp 12
Năm học : 2015 -2016
Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút; không kểth ời gian giao đề
I. PHẦN TRẮC NGHIỆM : TỪ QUESTION 1 ĐẾN QUESTION 64 (8.0 điểm)
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 latest addiction to trap thousands of people is Internet, which has been (1) ... for broken relationships, job losses, financial ruin and even one suicide. Psychologists now recognize Internet Addiction Syndrome (IAS) as a new illness that could (2) ..... serious problems and ruin many lives. Special help groups have been set up to (3) ..... sufferers help and support.
IAS is similar to (4) ..... problems like gambling, smoking and drinking : addicts have dreams about Internet; they need to use it first thing in the morning; they (5) ... to their partners about how much time they spend online; they (6) .... they could cut down, but are unable to do so . A recent study found t hat many users spend up to 40 hours a week on the Internet; (7) .... they felt guilty, they became depressed if they were (8) .... to stop using it.
Almost anyone can be at risk. Some of the addicts are teenagers who are already hooked on Computer games and who (9) .... it very difficult to resist the games on the Internet. Surprisingly, however, psychologists (10).... that most victims are middle-aged housewives who have never used a computer before.
Question 1: A. accused B. mistaken C. blamed D. faulted
Question 2: A. take B. cause C. affect D. lead
Question 3: A. recommend B. offer C. suggest D. advise
Question 4: A. others B. another C. the other D. other
Question 5: A. lie B. cheat C. deceive D. betray
Question 6: A. rather B. want C. prefer D. wish
Question 7: A. unless B. without C. although D. despite
Question 8: A. made B. allowed C. let D. had
Question 9: A. have B. find C. feel D. say
Question 10: A. say B. tell C. object D. promise
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 following questions.
Question 11: A wedding is a meaningful event.
A. sad B. sorrowful C. important D. unimportant
Question 12: She was a devoted teacher. She spent most of her time teaching and taking care of her students.
A. polite B. lazy C. honest D. dedicated
Question 13: The Rev .Dr. Martin Luther King fought to put an end to racial segregation in the United States.
A. integration B. education C. torture D. separation
Question 14: He devised a computer game and sold it to Atari.
A. played B. divided C. invented D. bought
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 following questions.
Question 15. The same questions repeated over and over soon made them weary.
A. suspicious B. tired C. worried D. annoyed
Question 16. Jim's decided to buy a phonograph even though they are now redundant.
A. old-fashioned B. reproduced C. unnecessary D. expensive
Question 17. Chimpanzees are frequently used as stand-ins for human beings in experiments.
A. partners B. models C.stand-bys D. substitutes
Question 18. The change in population distribution was barely noticeable to the demographers conducting the study.
A. often B. hardly C. never D. softly
Question 19. The cake was heavenly so I asked for more.
A. out-of-this-world B. edible C.in the sky D. cheap
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 management principles have been implemented since ancient times, most management scholars trace the beginning of modern management thought back to the early 1900s, beginning with the pioneering work of Frederick Taylor (1856-1915) Taylor was the first person to study work scientifically. He is most famous for introducing techniques of time and motion study, differential piece rate systems, and for systematically specializing the work of operating employees and managers. Along with other pioneers such as Frank and Lillian Gilbreth, Taylor set the stage, labeling his philosophy and methods "scientific management'. At that time, his philosophy, which was concerned with productivity, but which was often misinterpreted as promoting worker interests at the expense of management, was in marked contrast to the prevailing industrial norms of worker exploitation.
The time and motion study concepts were popularized by Frank and Lillian Gilbreth. The Gilbreths had 12 children. By analyzing his children's dishwashing and bed makingchores, this pioneer efficiency expert, Frank Gilbreth, hit on principles whereby workers could eliminate waste motion. He was memorialized by two of his children in their 1949 book called "Cheaper by the Dozen".
The Gilbreth methods included using stop watches to time worker movements and special tools (cameras and special clocks) to monitor and study worker performance, and also involved identificati on of "therbligs" (Gilbreth spelled backwards) -basic motions used in production jobs. Many of these motions and accompanying times have been used to determine how long it should take a skilled worker to perfo rm a given job. In this way an industrial engineer can get a handle on the approximate time it should take to produce a product or provide a service. However, use of work analysis in this way is unlikely to lead to useful results unless all five work dimensions are considered: physical, psychological, social, cultural, and power.
Question 20.What is the passage primarily about?
A. The limitations of pioneering studies in understanding human behavior
B. How time and motion studies were first developed
C. The first applications of a scientific approach to understanding human behavior
D. The beginnings of modern management theory
Question 21.The word "which" in the passage refers to
A. scientific management B. philosophy
C. productivity D. time and motion study
Question 22.It can be inferred from the first paragraph that
A. workers welcomed the application of scientific management
B. Talor's philosophy is different from the industrial norms
C. by the early 1900s science had reached a stage where it could be applied to the workplace
D. workers were no longer exploited after the introduction of scientific management.
Question 23.The word "prevailing" is closest in meaning to
A. predominant B. broadly accepted C. prevalent D. common
Question 24.According to the passage, Frank Gilbreth discovered how workers could eliminate waste motion by
A. using special tools such as cameras and clocks
B. using stop watches
C. applying scientific management principles
D. watching his children do their chores
Question 25. According to the passage, the time it takes a skilled worker to perform the motion of a given job can be measured by using
A. stop watches B. all five work dimensions
C. special tools D. therbligs
Question 26.The word "motions" is closest in meaning to
A. stop watches B. habits C. actions D. special tools
Question 27.Where in the passage does the author comment that the principles of scientific management were often misunderstood?
A. Lines 1-5 B. Lines 6-10 C. Lines 11-15 D. Lines 16-20
Question 28.The word "dimensions" in line 24 is closest in meaning to
A. sizes B. extents C. aspects D. standards
Question 29.All of the following are true except
A. Scientific management was concerned with productivity.
B. the beginnings of modern management thought commenced in the 19th century.
C. Frank Gilbreth's fame was enhanced by two of his children writing a book.
D. Analyzing work to increase productivity is not likely to be useful unless all of the dimensions are considered.