Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia năm 2017 môn Tiếng Anh có đáp án + giải thích chi tiết (Đề 9)

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Thử sức với Đề thi thử Đại học môn Tiếng Anh năm 2017 sẽ giúp bạn định hướng cho việc ôn thi của mình đạt kết quả cao. Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia năm 2017 môn Tiếng Anh có đáp án + giải thích chi tiết (Đề 9) sẽ cho bạn cơ hội thử sức với một đề thi khó thực sự. Hi vọng, việc làm quen với đề thi này sẽ giúp bạn vững tin hơn trong kỳ thi tuyển sinh tới.

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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Q1: A. examine B. famine C. determine D. miner

Q2: A. fare B. black C. match D. calcium

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

Q3: A. sedentary B. available C. additional D. majority

Q4: A. prevent B. receive C. recent D. remote

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

Q20: "How well you are playing!" – "______________"

A. Say it again. I like to hear your words.

B. Many thanks! That's a nice compliment.

C. I think so. I am proud of myself!

D. Thank you too much!

Q21: "______________" – "Never mind, better luck next time. "

A. I've broken your precious vase

B. I have a lot on my mind

C. I couldn't keep my mind off work

D. I didn't get the vacant position

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Q22: When being interviewed, concentrate on what the interviewer is saying or asking you.

A. pay all attention to

B. be interested in

C. be related to

D. express interest to

Q23: We really appreciate your help, without which we couldn't have got our task done in time.

A. depreciate B. are proud of C. feel thankful for D. require

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Q24: "Don't be such a pessimist. I'm sure you'll soon get over it. Cheer up!"

A. activist B. feminist C. optimist D. hobbyist

Q25: Fruit and vegetables grew in abundance on the islanD. The islander even exported the surplus.

A. excess B. small quantity C. sufficiency D. large quantity

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.

Q26: The demand was so great that they had to reprint the book immediately.

A. So great was the demand that they had to reprint the book immediately.

B. So great the demand was that they had to reprint the book immediately.

C. So great was the demand so they had to reprint the book immediately.

D. So great the demand was, they had to reprint the book immediately.

Q27: My friend said to me, "If I were you, I would tell them the truth."

A. My friend said me to tell the truth.

B. My friend advised me to tell the truth.

C. My friend felt sorry for me and asked me to tell the truth.

D. My friend advised me not to tell the truth.

Q28: People believe that 13 is an unlucky number.

A. People are believed that 13 is an unlucky number.

B. 13 has been believed to be an unlucky number.

C. It's believed that 13 is an unlucky number.

D. It's believed 13 to be an unlucky number.

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.

Q29: The man wanted to get some fresh air in the room. He opened the window.

A. The man wanted to get some fresh air in the room because he opened the window.

B. The man opened the window in order to get some fresh air in the room.

C. The man got some fresh air in the room, even though he opened the window.

D. Having opened the window, the room could get some fresh air.

Q30: She turned the radio at 7:30. She was still listening to it when her mother came home at 9:00.

A. She has been listening to the radio at 7:30.

B. She had been listening to the radio since 7:30.

C. She has been listening to the radio after 7:30.

D. She has been listening to the radio by 7:30.

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 from 31 to 35.

Stories about how people somehow know when they are being watched have been going around for years. However, few (31) have been made to investigate the phenomenon scientifically. Now, with the completion of the largest ever study of the sodcalled staring effect, there is impressive evidence that this is a recognizable and (32) sixth sense. The study involved hundreds of children. For the experiments, they sat with their eyes covered and with their backs to other children, who were told to either stare at them or look away. The results consistently showed that the children who could not see were able to (33) when they were being stared at. In a total of 18. 000 trials (34) worldwide, the children (35) sensed when they were being watched almost 70% of the time.

Q31. A. tries B. attempts C. tests D . aims

Q32: A. genuine B. accepted C. received D. sure

Q33: A. notice B. find C. reveal D. tell

Q34: A. worked through B. worked over C. carried on D. carried out

Q35. A. thoroughly B. correctl y C. exactly D. perfectly

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 from 36 to 42.

The history of clinic nutrition, or the study of the relationship between health and how the body takes in and utilizers food substances, can be divided into four distinct eras: the first began in the nineteenth century and extended into the early twentieth century when it was recognized for the first time that food contained constituents that were essential for human function and that different foods provided different amounts of these essential agents. Near the end of this era, research studies demonstrated that rapid weight loss was associated with nitrogen imbalance and could only be rectified by providing adequate protein associate with certain foods.

The second era was initiated in the early decades of the twentieth century and might be called "the vitamin period". Vitamins came to be recognized in foods, and deficiency syndromes were described. As vitamins became recognized as essential food constituents necessary for health, it became tempting to suggest that every disease and condition for which there had been no previous effective treatment might be responsive to vitamin therapy. At the point in time, medical schools started to become more interested in having their curricula integrate nutritional therapies in medicine. Reckless claims were made for effects of vitamins that went far beyond what could actually be achieved from the use of them.

In the third era of nutritional history in the early 1950's to midd1960's, vitamin therapy began to fall into disrepute. Concomitant with this, nutrition education in medical schools also became less popular. It was just a decade before this that many drug companies had found their vitamins sales skyrocketing and were quick to supply practicing physicians with generous samples of vitamins and literature extolling the virtue of supplementation for a variety healthdrelated conditions. Expectations as to the success of vitamins in disease control were exaggerated. As is known in retrospect, vitamin and mineral therapies are much less effective when applied to healthd crisis conditions that when applied to longdterm problems of nutrition that lead chronic health problem.

Q36: What does the passage mainly discuss?

A. The effects of vitamins in the human body.

B. The history of food preferences from the 19th century to the present.

C. The stages of development of clinical nutrition as a field of study.

D. Nutritional practices of the 19th century.

Q37: It can be inferred from the passages that which of the following discoveries was made during the first era in the history of nutrition?

A. Protein was recognized as an essential component of diet.

B. Vitamins were synthesized from foods.

C. Effective technique of weight loss were determined.

D. Certain food were found to be harmful to good health.

Q38: The word "tempting" is closest meaning to.

A. necessary B. attractive C. realistic D. correct

Q39: The word "reckless" can be best replaced by.

A. recorded B. irresponsible C. informative D. urgent

Q40: The word "them" refers to.

A. therapies B. claims C. effects D. vitamins

Q41: Why did vitamins therapy begin losing favour in the 1950's?

A. The public lost interest in vitamins.

B. Medical schools stopped teaching nutritional concepts

C. Nutritional research was of poor quality.

D. Claims for the effectiveness of vitamin therapy were seen to be exaggerated.

Q42: The word "skyrocketing" is closest meaning to.

A. internationally popular

B. acceptable

C. increasing rapidly

D. surprising

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 from 43 to 50.

Plants and animals will find it difficult to escape from or adjust to the effect of global warming. Scientists have already observed shifts in the lifecycles of many plants and animals, such as flowers blooming earlier and birds hatching earlier in the spring. Many species have begun shifting where they live or their annual migration patterns due to warmer temperatures.

With further warming, animals will tend to migrate toward the poles and up mountainsides toward higher elevations. Plants will also attempt to shift their ranges, seeking new areas as old habitats grow too warm. In many places, however, human development will prevent these shifts. Species that find cities or farmland blocking their way north or south may become extinct. Species living in unique ecosystems, such as those found in polar and mountaintop regions, are especially at risk because migration to new habitats is not possible. For instance, polar bears and marine mammals in the Arctic are already threatened by dwindling sea ice but have nowhere farther to go.

Projecting species extinction due to global warming is extremely difficult. Some scientists have estimated that 20 to 50 percent of species could be committed to extinction with 2 to 3 Celsius degrees of further warming. The rate of warming, not just the magnitude, is extremely important for plants and animals. Some species and even entire ecosystems, such as certain types of forest, many not be able to adjust quickly enough and may disappear.

Ocean ecosystems, especially fragile ones like coral reefs, will also be affected by global warming. Warmer ocean temperatures can cause coral to "bleach", a state which if prolonged will lead to the death of the coral. Scientists estimate that even 1 Celsius degree of additional warming could lead to widespread bleaching and death of coral reefs around the world. Also, increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere enters the ocean and increases the acidity of ocean waters. This acidification further stresses ocean ecosystems.

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