Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia năm 2017 môn Tiếng Anh có đáp án + giải thích chi tiết (Đề 10)

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ĐỀ THI GỒM 50 QUESTION (TỪ QUESTION 1 ĐẾN QUESTION 50)

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

Question 1. She had no qualms about lying to the police.

A. distress B. impunity C. persevere D. scruple

Question 2. Her impersonations of our teachers were a source of considerable mirth.

A. anger B. glee C. sarcasm D. mistrust

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

Question 3. I was not dreaming," I said, with some warmth, for her brazen coolness provoked me.

A. bashful B. boisterous C. noisy D. heated

Question 4. Without demur, then, she turned and accompanied the rascally Malay toward the harbour.

A. embrace B. crude C. boisterous D. falter

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 in each of the following questions.

Question 5. A. vocabulary B. influential C. engineering D. biological

Question 6. A. referee B. electrician C. manufacture D. immortal

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 following questions from 10 to 16.

In addition to providing energy, fats have several other functions in the body. The fat soluble vitamins, A, D, E and K, are dissolved in fats, as their name implies. Good sources of these vitamins have high oil or fat content, and the vitamins are stored in the body's fatty tissues. In the diet, fats cause food to remain longer in the stomach, this increasing the feeling of fullness for some time after a meal is eaten. Fats add variety, taste, and texture to foods, which accounts for the popularity of fried foods. Fatty deposits in the body have an insulating and protective value. The curves of the human female body are due mostly to strategically located fat deposits.

Whether a certain amount of fat in the diet is essential to human health is not definitely known. When rats are fed a fat-free diet, their growth eventually ceases, their skin becomes inflamed and scaly, and their reproductive systems are damaged. Two fatty acids, linoleic and arachidonic acids, prevent these abnormalities and hence are called essential fatty acids. They also are required by a number of other animals but their roles in human beings are debatable. Most nutritionists consider linoleic fatty acid an essential nutrient for humans.

Question 10. This passage probably appeared in which of the following?

A. A diet book B. A book on basic nutrition

C. A cookbook D. A popular women's magazine

Question 11. The phrase "stored in" in lines 3 is closest in meaning to _____.

A. manufactured in B. attached to

C. measured by D. accumulated

Question 12. The author states that fats serve all the following body function EXCEPT to_____.

A. promote a feeling of fullness B. insulate and protect the body

C. provide energy D. control weight gain

Question 13. According to the author of the passage, which of the following is true for rats when they are fed a fat free diet?

A. They stop growing B. They have more babies

C. They lose body hair D. They require less care

Question 14. Linoleic fatty acid is mentioned in the passage as _____.

A. an essential nutrient for humans

B. more useful than arachidonic acid

C. preventing weight gain in rats

D. a nutrient found in most food

Question 15. The phrase "these abnormalities" in line 11 refers to _____.

A. a condition caused by fried food

B. strategically located fat deposits

C. curves on the human female body

D. cessation of growth, bad skin, and damaged reproductive systems

Question 16. That humans should all have some fat in our diet is, according to the author

A. a commonly held view B. not yet a proven fact

C. only true for women D. proven to be true by experiments on rats

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best option for each of the blanks.

From the seeds themselves to the machinery, fertilizers and pesticides - The Green Revolution regimen depend heavily on technology. One (17) ________, however, depends much more on technology - organic farming. Many organic farmers use machinery, but (18) _______ chemical fertilizers or pesticides. (19) ________ chemical soil enrichers, they use animal manure and plant parts not used as food - natural, organic fertilizers that are clearly a renewable (20) _______. Organic farmers also use alternatives for pesticides; for example, they may rely (21) _______ natural predators of certain insect pests. Then, the need arises, they can buy the eggs and larvae of these natural predators and introduce them into their crop fields.

Question 17. A. alternative B. alternate C. alteration D. alternation

Question 18. A. also B. for C. not D. all

Question 19. A. In spite of B. On account of C. In favour of D. Instead of

Question 20. A. resource B. source C. matter D. substance

Question 21. A. of B. to C. on D. in

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 following questions from 22 to 28.

An air pollutant is defined as a compound added directly or indirectly by humans to the atmosphere in such quantities as to affect humans, animals, vegetation, or materials adversely. Air pollution requires a very flexible definition that permits continuous change. When the first air pollution laws were established in England in the fourteenth century, air pollutants were limited to compounds that could be seen or smelled - a far cry from the extensive list of harmful substances known today. As technology has developed and knowledge of the health aspects of various chemicals has increased, the list of air pollutants has lengthened. In the future, even water vapor might be considered an air pollutant under certain conditions.

Many of the more important air pollutants, such as sulfur oxides, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxides, are found in nature. As the Earth developed, the concentration of these pollutants was altered by various chemical reactions; they became components in biogeochemical cycles. These serve as an air purification scheme by allowing the compounds to move from the air to the water or soil. On a global basis, nature's output of these compounds dwarfs that resulting from human activities.

However, human production usually occurs in a localized area, such as a city. In such a region, human output may be dominant and may temporarily overload the natural purification scheme of the cycles. The result is an increased concentration of noxious chemicals in the air. The concentrations at which the adverse effects appear will be greater than the concentrations that the pollutants would have in the absence of human activities. The actual concentration need not be large for a substance to be a pollutant; in fact, the numerical value tells us little until we know how much of an increase this represents over the concentration that would occur naturally in the area. For example, sulfur dioxide has detectable health effects at 0.08 parts per million (ppm), which is about 400 times its natural level. Carbon monoxide, however, has a natural level of 0.1 ppm and is not usually a pollutant until its level reaches about 15 ppm.

Question 22. What does the passage mainly discuss?

A. The economic impact of air pollution.

B. What constitutes an air pollutant.

C. How much harm air pollutants can cause.

D. The effects of compounds added to the atmosphere.

Question 23. It can be inferred from the first paragraph that _____.

A. water vapor is an air pollutant in localized areas

B. most air pollutants today can be seen or smelled

C. the definition of air pollution will continue to change

D. a substance becomes an air pollutant only in cities

Question 24. For which of the following reasons can natural pollutants play an important role in controlling air pollution?

A. They function as part of a purification process.

B. They occur in greater quantities than other pollutants.

C. They are less harmful to living beings than other pollutants.

D. They have existed since the Earth developed.

Question 25. According to the passage, human-generated air pollution in localized regions _____.

A. can be dwarfed by nature's output of pollutants

B. can overwhelm the natural system that removes pollutants

C. will damage areas outside of the localized regions

D. will react harmfully with natural pollutants

Question 26. The word "localized" in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to _____.

A. specified B. circled C. surrounded D. encircled

Question 27. According to the passage, the numerical value of the concentration level of a substance is only useful if _____.

A. the other substances in the area are known B. it is in a localized area

C. the natural level is also known D. it can be calculated quickly

Question 28. Which of the following is best supported by the passage?

A. To effectively control pollution, local government should regularly review their air pollution laws.

B. One of the most important steps in preserving natural lands is to better enforce air pollution laws.

C. Scientists should be consulted in order to establish uniform limits for all air pollutants.

D. Human activities have been effective in reducing air pollution.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

Question 43. I had never seen her before. However, I recognized her from a photograph.

A. Although I had never seen her before, I recognized her from a photograph.

B. I recognized her from a photograph before I had never seen her.

C. Although I had never seen her before but I recognized her from a photograph.

D. After I had seen her, I recognized her from a photograph.

Question 44. The human brain is ten times the size of a baboon's. It weighs about 1,400 grams.

A. The size of human brain is ten times that of a baboon's which is about 1,400 grams weigh.

B. The human brain, which weighs about 1,400 grams, is ten times the size of a baboon's.

C. The size of a baboon's brain is 1,400 grams, ten times that of the human one.

D. The weight of a baboon's brain is 1,400 grams, ten-fold than that of the human one.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.

Question 45. Tom has the ability to be a professional musician, but he's too lazy to practice.

A. He is talented but he'll never be a professional musician as he doesn't practice.

B. As a professional musician he is not lazy to practice music lessons.

C. He is able to practice music lessons professionally though he is lazy.

D. Though practicing lazily, he is a professional musician.

Question 46. David broke his leg and couldn't play in the final.

A. David couldn't play in the final due to his broken leg.

B. If David hadn't broken his leg, he could play in the final now

C. If David didn't break his leg, he could play in the final.

D. But for his broken leg, David couldn't have played in the final.

Question 47. My father couldn't stand Tom's behavior.

A. My father found Tom's behavior intolerant

B. My father found Tom's behavior intolerable

C. My father was tolerant towards Tom's behavior

D. Tom's behavior was not tolerable

Question 48. Cultures vary from country to country.

A. Cultures are different in different countries.

B. There are different cultures in one country

C. Culture differences are based on countries

D. Cultures move from one country to another.

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