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Bộ đề thi thử đại học môn Tiếng Anh trường THPT Đoàn Thượng, Hải Dương
SỞ GD&ĐT HẢI DƯƠNG TRƯỜNG THPT ĐOÀN THƯỢNG ĐỀ THI THỬ ĐẠI HỌC NĂM HỌC 2014 - 2015 Môn: TIẾNG ANH (KHỐI D, A1) Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút; Họ, tên thí sinh:..................................................................... SBD: ………………………………………………………. Mã đề thi 202 Choose the word (A, B, C, D) whose primary stress is on a different position from that of the others in each group below. 1. A. Nutritious B. Contagious C. Contemptuous D. Numerous 2. A. Terrific B. Pacific C. Arabic D. Mechanic 3. A. Evaporate B. Consulate C. Contemplate D. Coordinate 4. A. Compressor B. Transistor C. Equator D. Ancestor 5. A. Benevolent B. Profitable C. Essential D. Equivalent Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions 6. A: “I’m having some friends over for dinner this evening. Would you like to join us? B: “_____________” A. Thanks but I mustn’t. B. Come one. It’s your turn. C. Can I take a rain check? D. As a matter of fact, I do. 7. A: Do you like that advanced course you are taking, John?” B: “_____________” A. No, thanks. B. By and large, yes. C. Not me. I’m still waiting. D. No, not everyone. 8. I can't thank enough for your help. - “_____________” A. I'd rather not. C. I don't mind. B. My pleasure. D. My goodness. 9. John: "Do you think that we should use public transportation to protect our environment?" Laura. " _______" A. Yes, it’s an absurd idea B. There’s no doubt about it C. Of course not. You bet D. Well, that’s very surprising th 10. - “Today’s my 20 birthday.” A. Take care! B. Many happy returns! 11. - “_________” C. Have a good time! D. I don’t understand. Luisa does a full-time job and _____________. A. looks after also the house C. looks after the house too B. looks after the house either D. also looks after the house 12. On the second level of the parking lot_____________ A. is empty B. are some empty stalls C. some empty stalls are D. are empty 1 13. _____________you’ll be coming to the meeting next week since you prepared the documents? A. Likely 14. B. Predictably C. Presumably D. Surely The floor was so rotten that it almost gave _____________ under his weight. A. way B. up C. back D. away 15. Henry was really a silly boy when we were at high school. I still remember ____________ very stupid questions. A. him asking B. him to ask C. asking him D. his being asked 16. Mr. Nixon refused to answer the questions on the_____________that the matter was confidential. A. reasons B. excuses C. grounds D. foundation 17. William is an authority_____________medieval tapestries. A. on B. with C. about D. in 18. They attempted to _____________ the painting to its original condition. A. restore B. renovate C. repair D. refurbish 19. The marathon runner _____________ for nearly one hour and a half when she _____________ to the pavement. A. has been running / collapses B. were running / collapsed C. had been running / collapsed D. ran / had been collapsing 20. I feel _________ to inform the committee that a number of members are very unhappy with the decision. A. my duty B. it my duty C. this my duty D. that my duty 21. I'm sure when you've stopped looking for your keys, they'll _____________up somewhere. A. take B. look C. turn D. pull 22. The organs of taste are the _____________ that are mainly located on the tongue. A. groups of cells are taste buds B. Taste buds are groups of cells C. Taste buds, these are groups of cells D. Taste buds, groups of cells 23. He was sent to _________ prison for _________ six months for _________ shoplifting. A. x/x/x B. the/x/x C. x/x/the D. a/x/a 24. If you had asked him, he _________ helped you to solve the problem. A. will have 25. B. ought to have C. should have D. would have To solve this problem, it is advisable__________ A. a drastic measure to be adopted B. that to adopt a drastic measure C. that a drastic measure be adopted D. that a drastic measure is adopted 26. On the second thought, I believe I will go with you to the theater. A. On reflection B. For this time only C. After discussing with my wife D. For the second time 27. Geogre wouldn’t have met Mary ______ to his brother’s graduation party. A. had he gone B. hadn’t he gone C. if he had not gone D. if he shouldn’t have gone 28. John has a monthly bank ___ sent to him so that he knows how much there is in his account. A. statement B. overdraft C. cheque 2 D. balance 29. Can you list the problems ____ poor and ____ countries? A. facing/ overpopulation B. facing/overpopulated C. face/ overpopulated D. facing/overpopulating 30. What do you want to do this summer? I think we should go somewhere ________ has plenty of sun and sand. A. who B. where C. when D. that 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 that follow Jazz has been called “the art of expression set to music”, and “America’s great contribution to music”. It has functioned as popular art and enjoyed periods of fairly widespread public response, in the “jazz age” of the Line 1920s, in the “swing era” of the late 1930s and in the peak popularity of (5) modern jazz in the late 1950s. The standard legend about Jazz is that it originated around the end of the 19th century in New Orleans and moved up the Mississippi River to Memphis, St. Louis, and finally to Chicago. It welded together the elements of Ragtime, marching band music, and the Blues. However, the influences of what led to those early sounds goes back (10) to tribal African drum beats and European musical structures. Buddy Bolden, a New Orleans barber and cornet player, is generally considered to have been the first real Jazz musician, around 1891. (15) (20) (25) What made Jazz significantly different from the other earlier forms of music was the use of improvisation. Jazz displayed a break from traditional music where composers wrote an entire piece of music on paper, leaving the musicians to break their backs playing exactly what was written on the score. In a Jazz piece, however, the song is simply a starting point, or sort of skeletal guide for the Jazz musicians to improvise around. Actually, many of the early Jazz musicians were bad sight readers and some couldn’t even read music at all. Generally speaking, these early musicians couldn’t make very much money and were stuck working menial jobs to make a living. The second wave of New Orleans Jazz musicians included such memorable players as Joe Oliver, Kid Ory, and Jelly Roll Morton. These men formed small bands and took the music of earlier musicians, improved its complexity, and gained greater success. This music is known as “hot Jazz” due to the enormously fast speeds and rhythmic drive. A young cornet player by the name of Louis Armstrong was discovered by Joe Oliver in New Orleans. He soon grew up to become one of the greatest and most successful musicians of all time, and later one of the biggest stars in the world. The impact of Armstrong and other talented early Jazz musicians changed the way we look at music. 31. The Passage answers which of the following questions? A. Why did Ragtime, marching band music, and the Blues lose popularity after about 1900? B. What were the origins of Jazz and how did it differ from other forms of music? C. What has been the greatest contribution of cornet players to music in the twentieth century? D. Which early Jazz musicians most influenced the development of Blues music? 32. According to the passage, Jazz originated in A. Chicago B. St. Louis C. along the Mississippi river 3 D. New Orleans 33. Which of the following distinguished Jazz as a new form of musical expression? A. the use of cornets B. “hot Jazz” C. improvisation D. New Orleans 34. The word “skeletal” in line 16 is closest in meaning to A. framework B. musical C. basic D. essential 35. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? A. many early Jazz musicians had poor sight B. there is no slow music in Jazz C. many early Jazz musicians had little formal musical training D. the cornet is the most common musical instrument used in Jazz 36. The word “menial” in line 20 is closest in meaning to A. mens B. attractive C. degrading D. skilled 37. According to the passage, which of the following belonged to the second wave of New Orleans Jazz musicians? A. Louis Armstrong B. Buddy Bolden C. St. Louis D. Joe Oliver 38. All of the following are true EXCEPT A. the late 1930s was called the “swing era” B. “hot Jazz” is rhythmic C. Jazz has been said to be America’s greatest contribution to music D. Joe Oliver is generally considered to be the first real Jazz musician 39. The word “its” in line 23 refers to A. small bands B. earlier music C. men D. earlier musicians 40. The word “their” in line 15 refers to which of the following? A.composers B. musicians C. pieces D. earlier forms Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction 41. They are planning on attending the convention next month, and so I am. A B C D 42. Today was such beautiful day that I couldn’t bring myself to complete all my chores. A B C D 43. The English horn is an alto oboe with a pitch one-fifth lower than the soprano oboe. A B C D 44. Alois Alzheimer made the first observers of the telltale signs of the disease that today bears his A B C name 45. Surrounded by forested mountain slopes are the town of Telluride, a former gold A B C mining town 7,500 feet above sea level. D 4 D Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks THE EARTH GALLERIES To many people, the word ‘geology’ conjures up rather dull image of lumps of rock in glass cases. People tend to regard geology as an academic subject that you don’t need to know about (56) __________you have to study it at school. If you visit te Earth Galleries at London’s Natural history Museum, however, you’ll (57) __________ that this image couldn’t be further from the truth. The aim of the exhibition is not to procedure future geologists, but rather to inspire interest in a subject which is relevant to everyday life. The Earth Galleries turn the traditional idea of geological museum (58) __________, literacy because you begin at the top. The central space in the museum is a glass-topped atrium. As you enter, you (59) __________ up to the top of this by escalator. On the (60) __________, the escalator passed through a massive revolving globe, measuring eleven metres (61) __________ diameter. This represents a planet, not necessarily the Earth. (62) __________ at the top, you work your way down through the six different exhibitions that (63) __________ the museum. The individual exhibitions explain natural phenomena such as earthquakes and volcanoes as well as looking at the Earth’s energy (64) __________ and where our most common building (65) __________ come from. These exhibitions allow everyone to appreciate the fascination of geology. 46. A. despite B. owing C. unless D. whether 47. A. catch B. found C. discover D. convince 48. A. head to toe B. inside out C. back to front D. upside down 49. A. drive B. ride C. run D. steer 50. A. way B. route C. trip D. path 51. A. on B. around C. across D. in 52. A. From B. Once C. Got D. Yet 53. A. bring together B. consist of C. make up D. show off 54. A. resources B. talents C. treasures D. reservations 55. 65. A. ingredients B. substances C. contents D. materials Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on you answer sheet to indicate the sentences that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions 56. Diana ran into her former teacher on the way to the stadium yesterday. A. Diana caused an accident to her teacher while she was going to the stadium. B. Diana’s car ran over her teacher on the way to the stadium. C. Diana happened to meet her teacher while she was going to the stadium. D. Diana’s teacher got run over whole she was going to the stadium. 57. When the unemployment rate is high, the crime rate is usually also high. A. The unemployment rate and the crime rate are both higher. B. The higher the unemployment rate is, the higher the crime rate is. C. The unemployment rate is as high as the crime rate. D. The high rate of unemployment depends on the high rate of crime. 5 58. "You’re always making terrible mistakes", said the teacher. A. The teacher asked his students why they always made terrible mistakes. B. The teacher realized that his students always made terrible mistakes. C. The teacher complained about his student making terrible mistakes. D. The teacher made his students not always make terrible mistakes 59. Frank doesn’t care if Jean leaves or stays. A. Whatever Jean does is all right with Frank. B. Frank wants Jean to stay. C. Jean will stay, but Frank wants her to leave. D. Jean wants to leave unless Frank stays. 60. It was his lack of confidence that surprised me. A. He surprised me by his lack of confidence. B. What surprised me was his lack of confidence. C. That his lack of confidence surprised me. D. That he lacked of confidence surprised me. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the one that best completes each sentence. 61. We got on well when we shared a flat,_______ A. in spite of the different in our old B. although the difference in our age C. in spite that fact that I was much older than her D. despite her being much older than me 62. After seeing the movie “Pride and Prejudice”, . A. many people wanted to read the book B. the reading of the book interested many people C. the book was read by many people D. the book made many people want to read it 63. The instructions from air traffic control were not fully explicit, and . A. so that the pilot made an error and crashed B. as a result, the pilot made an error and crashed C. therefore the pilot made it crash D. resulting from the pilot crashing the plane 64. Recent evidence makes it possible for the investigators to conclude that A. some paintings by Rembrandt were faked B. some paintings by Rembrandt must be faked C. Rembrandt was attituded to some paintings D. some paintings by Rembrandt to be faked 6 . 65. In bacteria and other organisms, . A. it is the DNA that provides the genetic information B. which is the DNA that provides the genes C. the DNA providing the genetic information D. the DNA that provides the genetic information 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 that follow Legend has it that sometime toward the end of the Civil War (1861-1865) a government train carrying oxen traveling through the northern plains of eastern Wyoming was caught in a snowstorm and had to be abandoned. The driver returned the next spring to see what had become of his cargo. Instead of the skeletons he had expected to find, he saw his oxen, living, fat, and healthy. How had they survived? The answer lay in a resource that unknowing Americans lands trampled underfoot in their haste to cross the “Great American Desert” to reach lands that sometimes proved barren. In the eastern parts of the United States, the preferred grass for forage was a cultivated plant. It grew well with enough rain, then when cut and stored it would cure and become nourishing hay for winter feed. But in the dry grazing lands of the West that familiar bluejoint grass was often killed by drought. To raise cattle out there seemed risky or even hopeless. Who could imagine a fairy-tale grass that required no rain and somehow made it possible for cattle to feed themselves all winter? But the surprising western wild grasses did just that. They had wonderfully convenient features that made them superior to the cultivated eastern grasses. Variously known as buffalo grass, grama grass, or mesquite grass, not only were they immune to drought; but they were actually preserved by the lack of summer and autumn rains. They were not juicy like the cultivated eastern grasses, but had short, hard stems. And they did not need to be cured in a barn, but dried right where they grew on the ground. When they dried in this way, they remained naturally sweet and nourishing through the winter. Cattle left outdoors to fend for themselves thrived on this hay. And the cattle themselves helped plant the fresh grass year after year for they trampled the natural seeds firmly into the soil to be watered by the melting snows of winter and the occasional rains of spring. The dry summer air cured them much as storing in a barn cured the cultivated grasses. 66. What does the passage mainly discuss? A. A type of wild vegetation B. Western migration after Civil War C. The raising of cattle D. The climate of the Western United States 67. What can be inferred by the phrase “Legend has it” in line 1? A. Most history book include the story of the train. B. The story of the train is similar to other ones from that time period. C. The driver of the train invented the story. D. The story of the train may not be completed factual. 68. The word “they” in line 5 refers to _____. A. plains B. skeletons C. oxen D. Americans 69. What can be inferred about the “Great American Desert” mentioned in line 7? A. Many had settled there by the 1860’s. B. It was not originally assumed to be a fertile area. C. It was a popular place to raise cattle before the Civil War. D. It was not discovered until the late 1800’s. 7 70. The word “barren” in line 8 is closed in meaning to _____. A. lonely B. uncomfortable C. infertile D. dangerous 71. The word “preferred” in line 8 is closed in meaning to _____. A. favored B. available C. ordinary D. required 72. Which of the following can be inferred about the cultivated grass mentioned in the second paragraph? A. Cattle raised in the Western United States refused to eat it. B. It had to be imported into the United States. C. It would probably not grow in the western United States. D. It was difficult for cattle to digest. 73. Which of the following was NOT one of the names given to the western grasses? A. Mesquite grass B. Bluejoint grass C. Buffalo grass D. Grama grass 74. Which of the following was NOT mentioned as a characteristic of western grasses? A. They contain little moisture B. They have tough stems C. They can be grown indoors D. They are not affected by dry weather 75. According to the passage, the cattle help promote the growth of the wild grass by A. eating only small quantities of grass. B. continually moving from one grazing area to another. C. naturally fertilizing the soil. D. stepping on and pressing the seeds into the ground. 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. 76. When he won the first prize, he realised that this was the highest attainment of his life. A. task B. accomplishment C. shock D. surprise 77. According to scientists, it is possible that another Ice Age will soon be upon us. A. in the near future B. undoubtedly 78. The value of an old item increases with time. A. an antique B. an original C. some day D. now C. a facsimile D. a bonus Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following question 79. Teacher shortages hinder new English training programmes carried out in Ho Chi Minh City. A.obstruct B. impede C. facilitate D. prevent 80. TPOTY is one of the world's most prestigious photography awards, receiving entries from nearly 100 countries annually. A. distinguished B. renowned C. ordinary D. famed ========== The end ========== Họ và tên thí sinh: ……………………………………….. SBD:………………. Chữ ký giám thị 1: ………………………. Chữ ký giám thị 2: ………………….. 8
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