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ĐỀ THI LẦN 1ĐỀ THI THỬ THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2019
Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH
Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề
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Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 1. I couldn’t decide what to eat. There was nothing ________ the menu that I liked.
A. in B. on C. at D. within
Question 2. There was a bank robbery in our neighborhood this morning. When the police showed up, the robbers _________.
A. disappeared B. disappear C. had disappeared D. would disappear
Question 3. It turned out that we _______ rushed to the airport as the plane was delayed by several hours.
A. hadn’t B. should have C. mustn’t have D. needn’t have
Question 4. My parents lent me the money. _________, I couldn’t have afforded the trip.
A. However B. Otherwise C. Therefore D. Unless
Question 5. Cuts in the health service could have tragic ______ for patients.
A. effect B. results C. consequences D. damage
Question 6. It is ______ practice to look at someone when they talk to you.
A. common B. usual C. normal D. popular
Question 7. Originally, the first European colleges consisted of groups of individuals ______ joined their
efforts to study sciences, medicine, and law.
A. who lived together and B. whose life together so
C. living together and D. so as to live together and
Question 8. I'll give you the phone number of my hotel so that you can reach me if anything _________.
A. happen B. happened C. had happened D. happens
Question 9. A quilt that looks ordinary _____ may become a work of abstract art when it is hung on a white wall.
A. to be on bed B. lies on a bed C. to be lying in bed D. lying on a bed
Question 10. Our planned visit to ______ United Kingdom fell through because we were unable to get the visas.
A. a B. an C. the D. no article
Question 11. Animals were first domesticated as a source of food and later ______ as a source of clothing and transportation.
A. raised B. bought C. found D. tamed
Question 12. Hector has been ______ of murdering the Japanese visitor.
A. blamed B. charged C. accused D. arrested
Question 13. _______ are that stock price will go up in the coming months.
A. Chances B. Opportunities C. Possibilities D. Conditions
Question 14. It was so _________ a victory that even Smith’s fans couldn’t believe it.
A. surprised B. surprising C. surprise D. surprisedly
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 15. I am much worse than Josh is at physics.
A. Josh is not quite as badly at physics as I am.
B. Josh is no any better at physics than I am.
C. Josh is not nearly as bad at physics as I am.
D. Josh is the best at physics.
Question 16. I'm sure it wasn't Mr. Phong you saw because he's on business in Ha Noi.
A. It couldn't be Mr. Phong you saw because he's on business in Ha Noi.
B. You mustn't have seen Mr. Phong because he's on business in Ha Noi.
C. It can't have been Mr. Phong you saw because he's on business in Ha Noi.
D. Mr. Phong is on business in Ha Noi, so you might have seen him.
Question 17. “Would anyone like to express an opinion on this matter?” said he.
A. He asked everyone whether they would like to express an opinion on the matter.
B. He asked everyone as if someone would like to express their opinion on the matter.
C. He doubted that everyone would like to express their opinion on the matter.
D. He wondered that anyone would like to express their opinion on the matter.
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 18. The traffic accident caused a traffic jam. The traffic jam lasted 2 hours.
A. The two–hour traffic jam was brought about by the traffic accident.
B. It was the two–hour traffic jam that caused the traffic accident.
C. There was a traffic accident caused by a two–hour traffic jam.
D. If there weren’t that traffic accident, there wouldn’t be the two–hour traffic jam.
Question 19. All possible means have been used to prevent air pollution. The sky is still not clear.
A. Every possible means has been used to prevent air pollution so that the sky can be clearer.
B. The sky is still not clear due to the fact that all possible means have been used to prevent air
C. To prevent air pollution, every possible means has been used, and so the sky is still not clear.
D. Every possible means has been used to prevent air pollution, yet the sky is still not clear.
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.
The philosopher Aristotle said, “In poverty and other misfortunes of life, true friends are a sure refuge. They keep the young out of mischief; they comfort and aid the old in their weakness, and they incite those in the prime of life to noble deeds. “Growing up”, my mother always used to tell me “your friends are a reflection of you”. I did not quite understand this (20) ______ I started meeting individuals who kept, not so healthy friends in their lives and suddenly, as a young teenager, I learned to understand that the friends I keep in my life (21) ______ who I am and desire to be as a person and therefore I have learned to choose my friends wisely over the years. I do not care about the superficial (22) ______ such as looks, money, success or status but rather I emulate those (23) ______ bring laughter, joy, honesty and who can be there for me and also give me a firm kick in the butt when I need it. I always find it intriguing to meet friends of people I know because I can really get a sense of that person by the company they choose to (24) ________ in their life.
Question 20. A. until B. when C. since D. while
Question 21. A. reflection B. reflect C. reflective D. reflectively
Question 22. A. elements B. components C. attributes D. ingredients
Question 23. A. who B. whom C. which D. where
Question 24. A. have B. create C. make D. keep
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.
Most languages have several levels of vocabulary that may be used by the same speakers. In English, at least three have been identified and described.
Standard usage includes those words and expressions understood, used, and accepted by a majority of the speakers of a language in any situation regardless of the level of formality. As such, these words and expressions are well defined and listed in standard dictionaries. Colloquialisms, on the other hand, are familiar words and idioms that are understood by almost all speakers of a language and used in informal speech or writing, but not considered acceptable for more formal situations. Almost all idiomatic expressions are colloquial language. Slang, refers to words and expressions understood by a large number of speakers but not accepted as appropriate formal usage by the majority. Colloquial expressions and even slang may be found in standard dictionaries but will be so identified. Both colloquial usage and slang are more common in speech than writing.
Colloquial speech often passes into standard speech. Some slang also passes into standard speech, but other slang expressions enjoy momentary popularity followed by obscurity. In some cases, the majority never accepts certain slang phrases but nevertheless retains them in their collective memories. Every generation seems to require its own set of words to describe familiar objects and events.
It has been pointed out by a number of linguists that three cultural conditions are necessary for the creation of a large body of slang expressions. First, the introduction and acceptance of new objects and situations in the society; second, a diverse population with a large number of subgroups; third, association among the subgroups and the majority population.
Finally, it is worth noting that the terms “standard”, “colloquial”, and “slang” exist only as abstract labels for scholars who study language. Only a tiny number of the speakers of any language will be aware that they are using colloquial or slang expressions. Most speakers of English will, during appropriate situations, select and use three types of expressions.
(Source: Adapted from Practice exercises for the TOEFL)
Question 25. Which of the following could be the best title for the passage?
A. Standard speech B. Idiomatic phrases
C. Different types of vocabulary D. Dictionary usage
Question 26. How is slang defined by the author?
A. Words and phrases accepted by the majority of formal usage.
B. Words or phrases understood by the majority but not found in standard dictionaries.
C. Words or phrases that are understood by a restricted group of speakers.
D. Words or phrases understood by a large number of speakers but not accepted as formal usage.
Question 27. The word “obscurity” in paragraph 3 could be best replaced by _____.
A. disappearance B. influence C. qualification D. tolerance
Question 28. The word “them” in paragraph 3 refers to _____.
A. set of words B. slang phrases C. slang D. slang expressions
Question 29. Which of the following is TRUE of standard usage?
A. It is limited to written language. B. It is only understood by the upper classes.
C. It can be used in formal or informal settings. D. It is constantly changing.
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.
There are three valid arguments to support the preservation of endangered species. An aesthetic justification contends that biodiversity contributes to the quality of life because many of the endangered plants and animals are particularly appreciated for their unique physical beauty. The aesthetic role of nature in all its diverse forms is reflected in the art and literature of every culture, attaining symbolic status in the spiritual life of many groups. According to the proponents of the aesthetic argument, people need nature in all its diverse and beautiful forms as part of the experience of the world.
Another argument that has been put forward, especially by groups in the medical and pharmacological fields, is that of ecological self–interest. By preserving all species, we retain a balance of nature that is ultimately beneficial to humankind. Recent research on global ecosystems has been cited as evidence that every species contributes important or even essential functions that may be necessary to the survival of our own species. Some advocates of the ecological argument contend that important chemical compounds derived from rare plants may contain the key to a cure for one of the diseases currently threatening human beings. If we do not protect other species, then they cannot protect us.
Apart from human advantage in both the aesthetic and ecological arguments, the proponents of a moral justification contend that all species have the right to exist, a viewpoint stated in the United Nations World Charter for Nature, created in 1982. Furthermore, if humankind views itself as the stewards of all the creatures on Earth, then it is incumbent upon human beings to protect them, and to ensure the continued existence of all species. Moral justification has been extended by a movement called "deep ecology", the members of which rank the biosphere higher than people because the continuation of life depends on this larger perspective. To carry their argument to its logical conclusion, all choices must be made for the biosphere, not for people.
(Source: Adapted from Reading Practice for the TOEFL)
Question 30. Which of the following is the main topic of the passage?
A. The quality of life B. The preservation of species
C. The beauty of the world D. The balance of nature
Question 31. The word "perspective" in the third paragraph could best be replaced by ________.
A. event B. view C. ideal D. truth
Question 32. Which of the arguments supports animal rights?
A. Self–interest argument B. Aesthetic justification
C. Moral justification D. Ecological argument
Question 33. The author mentions all the following as justifications for the protection of endangered species EXCEPT ________.
A. the right to life implied by their existence B. the intrinsic value of the beauty of nature
C. the control of pollution in the biosphere D. the natural compounds needed for medicines
Question 34. The word "them" in the third paragraph refers to ________.
A. stewards B. species C. human beings D. creatures
Question 35. It can be inferred from the passage that the author _________.
A. is a member of the "deep ecology" movement B. does not agree with ecological self–interest
C. supports all of the arguments to protect species D. participated in drafting the Chapter for Nature
Question 36. The word “advocates” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to______________.
A. proponents B. advantages C. viewpoints D. opponents
Question 37. What does the author mean by the statement in the first paragraph?
"According to the proponents of the aesthetic argument, people need nature in all its diverse and
beautiful forms as part of the experience of the world"?
A. The world is experienced by nature in various forms that are equally beautiful.
B. People are naturally attracted to beautiful forms father than to different ones.
C. An appreciation of the Earth requires that people have an opportunity to enjoy the diversity and
beauty of nature.
D. Nature is beautiful because it provides varied experiences for people.
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.
Question 38. My neighbors are really tight with money. They hate throwing away food, don’t eat at
restaurant, and always try to find the best price.
A. to spend money too easily B. to not like spending money
C. to be careful with money D. to save as much money as possible
Question 39. His replies were inconsistent with his previous testimony.
A. contradicted B. compatible C. enhanced D. incorporated
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.
Question 40. The use of lasers in surgery has become relatively commonplace in recent years.
A. comparatively B. absolutely C. relevantly D. almost
Question 41. Tim is thinking of leaving his present job because his manager is always getting at him.
A. hitting B. disturbing C. defending D. criticizing
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.
Question 42. Lora is talking to Maria about her failure at applying for a job.
– Lora: “__________” – Maria: “Never mind, better luck next time”
A. I have a lot on my mind. B. I’ve broken your precious vase.
C. I couldn’t keep my mind on work. D. I didn’t get the vacant position.
Question 43. Anne is seeing Mary off at the airport.
– Anne: “Don’t fail to look after yourself, Marry!” – Marry: “_____”
A. Of course, you are an adult. B. Oh, I knew about that.
C. The same to you. D. Thanks, I will.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct.
Question 44. She joined the company in 1995, and long before she was promoted to sales manager.
A. joined B. long before C. was promoted D. sales
Question 45. An ambitious person is committed to improve his or her status at work.
A. is B. improve C. status D. at
Question 46. A public spending programme is out of the question in the current economical climate.
A. spending B. is C. the D. economical
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.
Question 47. A. mean B. dreamt C. heal D. release
Question 48. A. conserved B. required C. explained D. increased
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.
Question 49. A. procedure B. applicant C. syllabus D. recipe
Question 50. A. protect B. direct C. access D. assess
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