PAGE \* MERGEFORMAT 7
Chỉ 300.000 nhận trọn bộ các tài liệu dưới đây
- 100 đề thi thử THPTQG 2019 môn Anh file word giải chi tiết
- 213 đề thi thử THPTQG 2018 môn Anh file word giải chi tiết
- Tự Ôn Luyện THPTQG- Tác giả: Dương Hương Vui lòng liên hệ ĐT hoặc Zalo: O937.351.1O7
Đề dự bị Sở 08
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. compulsory B. comfortable C. accompany D. welcome
Question 2: A. telecast B.telemetry C.telescope D. teleology
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3: A. career B. prospect C.effort D.labour
Question 4: A. company B.vacancy C. overtired D.estimate
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 5: Many places of history, scientific, cultural, or scenic importance have been designated
A B C D
Question 6: Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all the surface water must be
A B C
Question 7: When you are writing or speaking English, it is important to use language that both men
A B C
and women equally the same.
Markthe letter A, B,C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 8: I'm sorry I snapped at you like that, but I'm in a bad ________.
A. mind B. mood C. mentality D. manner
Question 9: The accident _______ was the mistake of the driver.
A. which causes many people to die
B. causing many people to die
C. caused great human loss
D. to cause many people die
Question 10: All right, Johnny, it’s time you _______ to bed.
A. are going to go B. will be going C. would go D. went
Question 11: There was _______ fuel in the car. Therefore, we had to stop midway to fill some.
A. a few B. little C. few D. a little
Question 12: My uncle wishes his son ________ much time when he grows up.
A. hasn't wasted B. hadn't wasted
C. wouldn't waste D. didn't waste
Question 13: My relative _______ you met yesterday is an engineer.
A. whose B. whom C. that D. B and C are correct
Question 14: I ________ you don't make as much profit this year!
A. assure B. challenge C. bet D. doubt
Question 15: In future, cars will still be _________ us, but, instead of petrol, they will run ________anything from electricity to methane gas.
A. for/ by B. for/ on C. with/ by D. with/ on
Question 16: Could you _______ a moment while I see if Peter is in his office?
A. get on well B. get on C. hold on D. stand on
Question 17: For me, the film didn't ________ all the enthusiastic publicity it received.
A. come up B. live up to C. turn up to D. live up
Question 18: Nowadays, most students use _______ calculators in their studies and examinations.
A. electrical B. electric C. electrified D. electronic
Question 19: Lan: "She seems ______ for the job". - Hoa: "Yes. Everybody thinks she's perfectly suited for it."
A. ready-made B. home-made
C. tailor-made D. self-made
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
Daisy: “Would you mind getting me a cup of coffee?”
A. Cream and sugar, please
B. It's my pleasure
C. No, thanks
D. I never drink coffee
Ann: I'm very sorry for letting you wait for so long.
A. Don't apologize. I've just arrived here.
B. You're welcome.
C. It's doesn't matter. Thank you.
D. My pleasure. Don't worry about it.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word/phrases SIMILAR in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 22: When you see your teacher approaching you, a slight wave to attract his attention is appropriate.
A. catching sight of B. pointing at
C. coming nearer to D. looking up to
Question 23: Before he went on vacation, Peter left explicit instructions for the decoration of his office.
A. clear B. colorful C. vague D. direct
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
Question 24: A frightening number of illiterate students are graduating from college.
B. able to read and write
C. able to enjoy winter sports
D. unable to pass an examination in reading and writing
Question 25: In England, schooling is mandatory for all children from the age of 5 to 16.
A. voluntary B. obligatory C. advisory D. compulsory
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 26: My children are not old enough to read these novels.
A. These novels are too old for my children to read.
B. These novels are not new to my children's reading.
C. My children are too young to read these novels.
D. My children are completely new to these novels.
Question 27: Bed, breakfast and dinner are included in the price.
A. The price is inclusive of bed, breakfast and dinner.
B. The price includes bed and breakfast except dinner.
C. The price excludes bed, breakfast and dinner.
D. Breakfast and dinner are included in the price as meals.
Question 28: "All right, it's true. I was nervous," said the girl.
A. The girl admitted to have been nervous.
B. The girl decided that she had been nervous
C. The girl denied being nervous.
D. The girl admitted that she had been nervous.
Mark the letter A, B, C or 1) to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 29: The winds were very strong. The trees were uprooted.
A. So strong were the winds that the trees were uprooted.
B. The winds were strong that the trees were uprooted.
C. So were the winds strong that the trees were uprooted.
D. So strong the winds were that the trees were uprooted.
Question 30: She doesn't want to go to their party. We don't want to go either.
A. Neither she nor we don't want to go to their party.
B. Neither we nor she wants to go to their party.
C. Either we or she doesn't want to go to their party.
D. Neither we nor she want to go to their party.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35.
Bodies are made to move! They are not (31) ________ for sitting around in front of the television or reading magazines. Keeping fit doesn't mean have to be a super-athlete, and even (32) ________ exercise can give you a lot of fun. When you are fit and healthy, you will find you look better and feel better. You will develop more energy and self-confidence.
Every time you move, you are exercising. The human body is designed to bend, stretch, run, jump and climb. (33) ________it does, the stronger and fitter it will become. Best of all, exercise is fun. It's what your body likes doing most-keeping on the move.
Physical exercise is not only good for your body. People who take regular exercise are usually happier, more relaxed and more alert than people who sit around all day. Try an experiment-next time you are in a bad mood, go for a walk or play a ball game in the park. See how much better you feel after an hour.
A good (34) ________of achievement is yet another benefit of exercise. People feel good about themselves when they know they have improved their fitness. People who exercise regularly will tell you that they find they have more energy to enjoy life. So have (35) ________you'll soon see and feel the benefits.
Question 31: A. planned B. designed C. programmed D. caused
Question 32: A. a little B. a few C. little D. few
Question 33: A. more and more B. the more C. more D. moreover
Question 34: A. sense B. feel C. lot D. piece
Question 35: A. a run B. a trial C. a go D. a start
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 36 to 42.
Life originated in the early seas less than a billion years after the Earth was formed. Yet another three billions years were to pass before the first plants and animals appeared on the continents. Life's transition from the sea to the land was perhaps as much of an evolutionary challenge as was the genesis of life.
What forms of life were able to make such a drastic change in lifestyle? The traditional view of the first terrestrial organisms is based on megafossils - relatively large specimens of essential whole plants and animals. Vascular plants, related to modern seed plants and ferns, left the first comprehensive megafossil record. Because of this, it has been commonly assumed that the sequence of terrestrialization reflected the evolution of 10 modern terrestrial ecosystems. In this view, primitive vascular plants first colonized the margins of continental waters, followed by animals that fed on the plants, and lastly by the animals that preyed on the plant-eaters. Moreover, the megafossils suggest that terrestrial life appeared and diversified explosively near the boundary between the Silurian and the Devonian periods, a little more than 400 million years ago.
Recently, however, paleontologists have been taking a closer look at sediments below this Silurian- Devonian geological boundary. It turns out that some fossils can be extracted from these sediments by putting the rock in an acid bath. The technique has uncovered new evidence from sediments that were deposited near the shores of the ancient oceans - plant microfossils and microscopic pieces of small animals. In many instances, the specimens are less than one-tenth of a millimeter in diameter. Although they were entombed in the rocks for hundreds of millions of years, many of the fossils consist of the organic remains of the organism.
These discovered fossils have not only revealed the existence ofpreviously unknown organisms, but have also pushed back these dates for the invasion of land by multicellular organisms. Our view about the nature of the early plants and animal communities are now being revised. And with those revisions come new speculations about the first terrestrial life-forms.
Question 36: The word "drastic" is closest in meaning to ________.
A. widespread B. radical C. progressive D. risky
Question 37: According to the theory that the author calls "the traditional view", what was the first form of life to appear on land?
A. Bacteria B. Meat-eating animals
C. Plant-eating animals D. Vascular plants
Question 38: According to the passage, what happened about 400 million years ago?
A. Many terrestrial life-forms died out.
B.New life-forms on land developed at a rapid rate.
C.The megafossils were destroyed by floods.
D. Life began to develop in the ancient seas.
Question 39: The word "extracted" is closest in meaning to ___________.
A. located B. preserved C. removed D. studied
Question 40: The word "they" refers to ______.
A. rocks B. shores C. oceans D. specimens
Question 41: Which of the following resulted from the discovery of microscopic fossils?
A. The time estimate for the first appearance of the terrestrial life forms was revised.
B. Old techniques for analyzing fossils were found to have new uses.
C. The origins of primitive sea life were explained.
D. Assumptions about the locations of ancient seas were changed.
Question 42: With which of the following conclusions would the author probably agree?
A. The evolution of terrestrial life was as complicated as the origin of life itself.
B . The discovery of microfossils supports the traditional view of how terrestrial life evolved.
C.New species have appeared at the same rate over the cause of the last 400 million years.
D . The technology used by paleontologists is too primitive to make accurate determinations about ages of fossils.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 43 to 50.
The need for a surgical operation, especially an emergency operation, almost always comes as a severe shock to the patient and his family. Despite modern advances, most people still have an irrational fear of hospitals, and anaesthetics. Patients do not often believe they really need surgery - cutting into a part of the body as opposed to treatment with drugs.
In the early years of the 20th century there was little specialization in surgery. A good surgeon was capable of performing almost every operation that had been advised up to that time. Today the situation is different. Operations are now being carried out that were not even dreamed of fifty years ago. The heart can be safely opened and its valves repaired. Clogged blood vessels can be cleaned out, and broken ones mended or replaced. A lung, the whole stomach, or even part of the brain can be removed and still permit the patient to live comfortable and satisfactory life. However, not every surgeon wants to, or is qualified to carry out every type of modern operation.
The scope of surgery has increased remarkably in the past decades. Its safety has increased too. Deaths from most operations are about 20% of what they were in 1910 and surgery has been extended in many directions, for example to certain types of birth defects in new born babies, and, at the other end of the scale, to life saving operations for the octogenarian. The hospital stay after surgery has been shortened to as little as a week for most major operations. Most patients are out of bed on the day after an operation and may be back at work in two or three weeks.
Many developments in modern surgery are almost incredible. They include replacement of damaged blood vessels with simulated ones made of plastic: the replacement of heart valves with plastic substitutes; the transplanting of tissues such as lens of the eye; the invention of the artificial kidney to clean the blood of poisons at regular intervals and the development of heart and lung machines to keep patients alive during very long operations. All these things open a hopeful vista for the future of surgery.
One of the most revolutionary areas of modem surgery is that of organ transplants. Until a few decades ago, no person, except an identical twin, was able to accept into his body the tissues of another person without reacting against them and eventually killing them. Recently, however, it has been discovered that with the use of X-rays and special drugs, it is possible to graft tissues from one person to another which will survive for periods of a year or more. Kidneys have been successfully transplanted between non-identical twins. Heart and lung transplants have also been reasonably successful.
"Spare parts" surgery, the simple routine replacement of all worn-out organs by new ones, is
still a dream of the future but surgery is ready for such miracles. In the meantime, you can be happy if your doctors say to you, "Yes, I think it is possible to operate on you for this condition."
Question 43: Most people are afraid of being operated on __________.
A. in spite of improvements in modem surgery
B. because they think modem drugs are dangerous
C. because they do not believe they need anaesthetics
D. unless it is an emergency operation
Question 44: Surgeons in the early 20th century, compared with modem ones _______.
A. had less to learn about surgery
B. needed more knowledge
C. could perform every operation known today
D. were more trusted by their patients
Question 45: A patient can still live a comfortable life even after the removal of _________.
A. his brain
B. his lungs
C.a major organ such as the stomach or one lung
D. part of the stomach or the whole liver
Question 46: The word "clogged" in the second paragraph is most likely to correspond to __________.
A. clean B. blocked C. covered D. unwashed
Question 47: Today, compared with 1910 ________.
A. 20% fewer of all operation patients die
B. 20% of all operation patients recover
C. operation deaths have increased by 20%
D. five times fewer patients die after being operated on
Question 48: Some of the more astonishing innovations in modern surgery include _________.
A. ear, nose and throat transplants B. valve less plastic hearts
C. plastic heart valves D. leg transplants
Question 49: Which of the following has the same meaning as "vista" in the fourth paragraph?'
A. support B. prospect C. history D. visit
Question 50: You can be happy if your surgeon can operate because it means ________.
A. he thinks your condition may be incurable
B. he is a good doctor
C. he thinks you will survive
D. you are getting better already
Vui lòng mua trọn bộ Đề 2019 với giá 300k
để xem đáp án và lời giải. Liên hệ ĐT và Zalo O937.351.107