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(1)SỞ GD&ĐT VĨNH PHÚC TRƯỜNG THPT LIỄN SƠN (ĐỀ LUYÊN 048). ĐỀ THI THỬ THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2015 MÔN THI: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian: 90 phút. PHẦN TẮC NGHIỆM: (8 ĐIỂM) Câu 1-5: Chọn một từ trong số A, B, C, hoặc D có phần gạch dưới có cách phát âm khác so với các từ còn lại trong cùng một nhóm. 1. A. candy B. many C. sandy D. handy 2. A. measure B. decision C. pleasure D. mansion 3. A. head B. break C. bread D. breath 4. A. note B. glove C. close D. drove 5. A. sew B. new C. stew D. knew Câu 6-10: Chọn từ/ cụm từ thích hợp nhất trong số các gợi ý A,B,C, hoặc D để hoàn tất mỗi trong số các câu theo sau. 6. What lovely, _____ children. A. well-mannered B. bad-mannered C. mannerly D. manneristic 7. It was a _____ experience which I shall never forget. A. thrill B. thrilling C. thriller D. thrillingly 8. She is a highly - _____ woman. A. educating B. education C. educational D. educated 9. Her business has been a huge _____. A. succeed B. succeeding C. success D. successfulness 10. You look rather _____. Are you worried about something? A. preoccupied (bận tâm) B. occupied C. occupant D. preoccupying Câu 11-30: Chọn từ/ cụm từ thích hợp nhất trong số các gợi ý A,B,C, hoặc D để hoàn tất mỗi trong số các câu theo sau. 11. He _____ for the national team in 65 matches so far. A. has played B. has been playing C. played D. is playing 12. The car broke down and we _____ a taxi. A. must have got B. had got to get C. had to get D. must get 13. _____ want to do this weekend? A. What you B. Which do you C. What do you D. What you do 14. I notified _____ I had changed my address. A. with the bank that B. the bank that C. that D. to the bank that 15. This tastes lovely. What’s in _____? A. a sauce B. the sauce C. sauces D. sauce 16. Today, there are weather satellites that beam down information about the earth’s atmosphere. In the last two decades space exploration_____ great contributions to weather forecasting. A. is making B. has made C. made D. makes 17. Jim, why don’t you take some time off? You _____ too hard lately. Take a short vacation. A. worked B. work C. were working D. have been working 18. Yesterday I _____ to a furniture store. I bought a new lamp there. A. could go B. went C. could have gone D. ought to have gone 19. “_____ taking me downtown on your way to work this morning?” – “Not at all.” A. Can you B. Why don’t you C. Would you mind D. Could you please 20. Today, many serious childhood diseases _____ by early immunization. A. are preventing B. can prevent C. present D. can be prevented 21. My country _____ the pursuit of world peace. A. is dedicating to B. is dedicated to C. is dedicating by D. is dedicated by 22. We considered _____ after work. A. to go shop B. going shopping C. going to shop D. to go to shop 23. Jack made me _____ him next week. A. to promise to call B. to promise calling C. promise to call D. promise calling.

(2) 24. _____ in your class have tickets for the lecture series? A. Do any of the student B. Does any of the student C. Do any of the students D. Does any of the students 25. As we walked through the jungle, the _____ unusually quiet. A. monkeys were B. monkeys was C. monkies were D. monkies was 26. Florida, _____ the Sunshine State, attracts many tourists every year. A. is B. known as C. is known as D. that is known as 27. The chemistry book _____ was a little expensive. A. that I bought it B. I bought that C. what I bought D. I bought 28. “Why are you staring out the windows? What _____ about?” “Nothing.” A. you are thinking B. you think C. are you thinking D. do you are thinking 29. It is hoped that all present-day communicable diseases will be conquered. However, _____ about certain diseases is still not sufficient to prevent them from spreading easily among the population. A. what we know B. what do we know C. what we know that D. that we know what 30. Bats are fascinating _____ have many interesting and amazing qualities. A. animals. Therefore, they B. animals, they C. animals. They D. animals. Because Câu 31-40: Xác định các từ/ cụm từ được gạch dưới đánh dấu A, B, C, hoặc D cần sửa để câu trở nên đúng. 31. Visitors were not permitted entering the park after dark because of the lack of security and lightning. A B C D 32. If you set in that position for too long, you may get a cramp in your leg. A B C D 33. Hundreds of houses and other buildings were destroying by the raging tropical storm which later developed into a hurricane. A B C D 34. Despite of a language barrier, humans have managed to communicate with others through sign language, in which certain motions stand for letters, words, or ideas. A B C D 35. After she had bought himself a new automobile, she sold her bicycle. A B C D 36. Daniel said that if he had to do another homework tonight, he would not be able to attend the concert. A B C D 37. There were a time that I used to swim five laps every day, but now I do not have enough time. A B C D 38. The students were interested in take a field trip to the museum, but they were not able to raise enough money. A B C D 39. We had better to review this chapter carefully because we will have some questions on it on our test tomorrow. A B C D 40. Our Spanish professor would like us spending more time in the laboratory practicing our pronunciation. A B C D Câu 41-45: Chọn từ/ cụm từ thích hợp nhất trong số các gợi ý A,B,C, hoặc D để điền vào mỗi trong số các khoảng trống trong các câu văn sau đây. 41. _____ says there will be no apples this year. A. My neighbor, who is very pessimistic, B. My neighbor, whom is very pessimistic, C. My neighbor who is very pessimistic D. My neighbor whom is very pessimistic 42. _____, I'd plant some tree round the house. A. If I was you B. If I am you C. If I would have been D. If I were you 43. You must go tomorrow __________. A. even if you aren't ready B. if you aren't ready B. even if you are ready D. even when you aren't ready 44. He got the job _____. A. although he had no qualifications. B. although he had qualifications. C. He had no qualifications although. D. although had he no qualifications. 45. _____ we were thirsty afterwards. A. As the soup was very salty B. Because of the soup was very salty.

(3) C. Although the soup was very salty D. Even though the soup was very salty Câu 46-54: Đọc kĩ đoạn văn rồi chọn từ/ cụm từ thích hợp nhất trong số các gợi ý A,B,C, hoặc D để hoàn tất mỗi trong số các khoảng trống sau. If you’re an environmentalist, plastic is a word you tend to say with a sneer (cười khinh bỉ) or a snarl (tiếng gầm gừ). It has become a symbol of our wasteful, throw-away society. But there seems little (46 doubt) it is here to stay, and the truth is, of course, that plastics have brought enormous (47 benefits), even environmental ones. It’s not really the plastics themselves that are the environmental (48 evil-xấu, ác) – it’s the way society chooses to use and (49 abuse- lạm dụng) them. Almost all the 50 or so different kinds of modern plastic are made from oil, gas or coal – nonrenewable natural (50 resources). We import well over three million tons of the stuff in Britain each year and, sooner or later, most of it is thrown away. A high proportion of our annual consumption is in the form of packaging, and this constitutes about seven per cent by weight, of our domestic refuse. Almost all of it could be recycled, but very little of it is, though the plastic recycling industry is growing fast. The plastics themselves are extremely energy-rich – they have a higher calorific (51 value) than coal and one (52 method) of ‘recovery’ strongly (53 favoured) by the plastic manufacturers is the (54 conversion) of waste plastic into fuel. 46. A. evidence B. concern C. doubt D. likelihood 47. A. pleasures B. benefits C. savings D. profits 48. A. poison B. disaster C. disadvantage D. evil 49. A. dispose B. store C. endanger D. abuse 50. A. resources B. processes C. products D. fuels 51. A. degree B. value C. demand D. effect 52. A. measure B. mechanism C. method D. medium 53. A. desired B. argued C. favoured D. presented 54. A. conversion B. melting C. change D. replacement Câu 55-59: Đọc kĩ đoạn văn rồi chọn từ/ cụm từ thích hợp nhất trong số các gợi ý A,B,C, hoặc D để hoàn tất mỗi trong số các câu theo sau. People need ways to decorate their buildings. Some artists use mosaics (khảm) to help make buildings beautiful. A mosaic is a picture made from bits and pieces of glass. Shells, small stones, tiles, and other hard and interesting materials can also be used. The surface of a good mosaic reflects light. The materials used in the mosaic work together to form a very colorful picture. Mosaic art began in Egypt over 5,000 years ago and then spread around the world. At first, mosaics were used to cover floors. As time went on, they were used to decorate the inside walls of large and beautiful churches. Mosaics were often used on the outside surfaces of buildings. They did not wear away in the sun and the rain. Mosaic art can also make modern buildings more beautiful and interesting. In Mexico, the library building at the National University of Mexico has a mosaic around its top ten stories. The mosaic covers the four sides of the building and measures over an acre of art. Juan O’Gorman helped to plan the building. The mosaic was made with building materials from every Mexican state. The mosaic tells a story about Mexico’s past and present. The bright patterns can be seen from far away. 55. Mosaic art began over 5,000 years ago in____. A. Mexico B. Italy C. England D. Egypt 56. The library building in Mexico has mosaics made_____. A. with paintings from every state in the United States. B. with materials from every Mexican state. C. from the flags of every state in Mexican. D. from patterns of Mexico’s past and present. 57. The story does not say so, but it makes you think that_____. A. mosaics are used only for floors. B. many things can be used in mosaics. C. Only Juan O’Gorman used mosaics for buildings. D. mosaics tell the history of a nation. 58. Why were mosaics often used on the outside surfaces of buildings? A. They cost less than other materials. B. They did not wear away in the sun and rain. C. They were easy to put on buildings. D. They could form colorful pictures. 59. On the whole, the story is about_____. A. the National University. B. materials used to make mosaics. C. making buildings modern. D. the art of mosaics..

(4) Câu 60-64: Đọc kĩ đoạn văn rồi chọn từ/ cụm từ thích hợp nhất trong số các gợi ý A,B,C, hoặc D để hoàn tất mỗi trong số các câu theo sau. As late as 1800, women’s only place was in the home. The idea of women in the business world was unthinkable. No “nice” woman would dream of entering what was strictly a “man’s world.” Even if she could, what would she do? Men were positive that no woman could handle a job outside her home. This was such a widely accepted idea that when the famous Brontë sisters began writing books in 1846, they disguised themselves by signing their books with men’s names. Teaching was the first profession open to women soon after 1800. But even that was not an easy profession for women to enter because most high schools and colleges were open only to men. Oberlin College in Ohio was the first college in America to accept women. Hospital nursing became respectable work for women only after Florence Nightingale became famous. Because she was a wealthy and cultured woman, as well as a nurse, people began to believe it was possible for women to nurse the sick and still be “ladies.” Miss Nightingale opened England’s first training school for nurses in 1860. The invention of the typewriter in 1867 helped to bring women out of the home and into the business world. Because women had slender, quick fingers, they learned to operate typewriters quickly and well. Businessmen found that they had to hire women for this new kind of work. By 1900, thousands of women were working at real jobs in schools, hospitals, and offices in both England and America. Some women even managed to become doctors or lawyers. The idea that “nice” women could work in the business world had been accepted. 60. Florence Nightingale became famous as a_____. A. teacher. B. rich woman. C. nurse. D. typist. 61. The first profession open to women after 1800 was_____. A. writing. B. teaching. C. operating. D. typing. 62. Why it is not directly stated, the article suggests that_____. A. all nurses are wealthy, cultured women. B. nursing is a good profession for women. C. women cannot learn to use typewriters. D. women’s best profession is in business. 63. Which statement does the article lead you to believe? A. There are more men than women in professional jobs. B. The Brontë sisters thought that they were men. C. England’s training school for nurses was in Ohio.D. Nowadays all nurses are women. 64. On the whole, the article tells you about_____. A. high schools and colleges. B. the famous Brontë sisters. C. women in the business world. D. inventions that changed women’s roles. PHÂN TỰ LUẬN: (2 ĐIỂM) SENTENCE BUILDING: 1. People don’t want to buy cars with large engines any more. (call)  There isn’t much call for cars with large engines 2. Twenty years ago this region produced twice as much coal as it does now. (halved)  Coal production/The coal produced in this region has (been) halved in the last 20 years 3. The prime Minister is unlikely to call an early general election (likelihood)  There is little likelihood of the PM calling a(n) (early general) election 4. Nobody could possibly believe the story he told us (beyond)  The story he told us is/was beyond belief 5. The project received the unanimous approval of the committee. (favour)  The whole committee was/were in favour of the project TOPIC: Write a letter to recommend a significant place to visit in Vietnam to your foreign friend. Vietnam, in worldwide people’s eyes, is the countries of landscapes, beauty spots, tourist attractions, and of course historical addresses. That means one can easily choose a destination for his journey to this very beautiful country. Of all the sights, I would very like to recommend visitors a tourist destination of HUONG PAGODA..

(5) Located in the North, about 30 kilometers south-west of Hanoi capital, Huong Pagoda has long been known as one of the most beautiful sights, the most important religious place to visit. It was once named “NAM THIEN DE NHAT DONG- THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CAVE IN VIETNAM” by one of the Nguyen Dynasty Emperors. After about 40 minutes driving or riding from the centre of Hanoi Capital city, we will then arrive at a large stream (namely SUOI DUC) water wharf. Catching one of numerous waiting boats, we can travel as far as 3 kilometers to meet with the hillside ramps. While on boat, we have chance to enjoy the very beautiful sights of hills, caves and enjoy the pure environment of water reflecting sky. Climbing up thousands of stone ramps on foot or taking cable-cars uphill, we then face the main pagoda building. Along the hillside path to the top, we absolutely forget all tiredness to be deeply stimulated by the natural beauty and fresh surroundings. Stood on the top of upfolded hills the primary pagoda is together with supporting temples and other religious constructions. Millions of home and foreign visitors come to HUONG PAGODA yearly to make it one of the most beloved tourist attractions not only in Vietnam, but the continent as well. With the country’s promising economic development, the explosion of science and technology, the great attention to care for by the governments and people, HUONG PAGODA is more and more attractive to both Vietnamese and overseas tourists..


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