Đề thi thử THPTQG môn Tiếng anh THPT Thuận Thành 1 Bắc Ninh

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Đề thi THPTQG Tiếng anh THPT Thuận Thành 1 Bắc Ninh Choose the word or phrase that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 1: Each of the members of the group were made to write a report every week. A. were B. members C. to write D. week Question 2:The harder he tried, the worst he danced before the large...

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Đề thi THPTQG Tiếng anh THPT Thuận Thành 1 Bắc Ninh

Choose the word or phrase that needs correction in each of the following questions

Question 1: Each of the members of the group were made to write a report every week.

A. were

B. members

C. to write

D. week

Question 2:The harder he tried, the worst he danced before the large audience.

A. worst

B. the

C. before

D. tried

Question 3: My father asked me where had I gone the night before.

A. the

B. asked me

C. had I

D. before

Choose the option to indicate the correct answer for each of the following question

Question 4: John paid for $2 for his meal,…….. he had thought it would cost.

A. less as

B. not so much as

C. not as much

D. not so many as

Question 5: It is essential that he…….. an extra job to increase his income

A. does

B. will do

C. do

D. must do

Question 6: He failed in the election because he ….his opponent.

A. overestimated

B. underestimated

C. understated

D. undercharged

Question 7: I am angry because you didn’t tell me the truth. I don’t like……………….

A. deceiving

B. to deceive

C. to have deceived

D. being deceived

Question 8: The United States consists of fifty states,……… has its own government.

A. they each

B. each of which

C. hence each

D. each of that

Question 9: There is nothing they could do …………… leave the car at the roadside where it had broken down.

A. but

B. unless

C. instead of

D. than

Question 10: Please, will you just tidy up your room, and stop ..excuses

A. making

B. doing

C. taking

D. having

Question 11: This library card will give you free access ..in the Internet eight hours a day.

A. from

B. on

C. to

D. in

Question 12: Tony would have forgotten the appointment if I hadn’t……………. him

A. reminded

B. regarded

C. remembered

D. recommended

Question 13: Under no circumstances…………….. in many areas where poisonous snakes are known to live

A. one should not climb rocks

B. one should be climbing rocks

C. should one climb rocks

D. should be climbing rocks

Question 14: Such relaxing days were few and far……. in her hectic life

A. off

B. between

C. beyond

D. out

Choose the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges

Question 15: Brian was late for school

– Brian: “Sorry, I was late again this morning”

– Pete: “ ______ ”

A. No problem

B. Well, don’t let it happen again

C. Yes, I know

D. It’s OK

Question 16: Jane has just finished up a cup of coffee and some sweets John offered.

– John: “_____ ”

– Jane: “No, thank you, that’ll be all”

A. What would you like?

B. Would you like anything else?

C. It’s very kind of you to help me

D. What kind of food do you like?

Question 17: Alice: “I think we should recycle these bags. It will help protect the environment”

Peter: “….. ”

A. it’s rubbish. We shouldn’t use it

B. never mind

C. I can’t agree with you more

D. you can say that again

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions

Question 18: He had never experienced such discourtesy towards the president as it occurred at the annual meeting in May.

A. politeness

B. rudeness

C. measurement

D. encouragement

Question 19: The World Health Organisation was established on April 7th 1948.

A. made up

B. set up

C. built up

D. put up

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions

Question 20: In most countries, compulsory military service doesn’t apply to women.

A. mandatory

B. essential

C. required

D. optional

Question 21: Whenever the problems come up, we discuss them frankly and find solutions quickly

A. disappea

B. arrive

C. clean

D. encounter

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the given one

Question 22: Nobody at all came to the meeting.

A. Not many people came to the meeting

B. Not a single person came to the meeting

C. There was almost nobody at the meeting

D. Only a few people came to the meeting

Question 23: My mother had the house decorated

A. My mother had to decorate the house

B. My mother has just decorated the house

C. The house was decorated by my mother

D. My mother had someone decorate the house

Question 24: The noise next door did not stop until after midnight.

A. It was not until midnight that the noise next door stopped

B. The noise next door stopped at midnight.

C. It was midnight that the noise next door stopped

D. Not until after midnight did the noise next door stopped

Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of the following sentences

Question 25: The holiday was so expensive. We could only afford five days.

A. It was such an expensive holiday that we could only afford five days

B. So expensive was a five-day holiday that we could hardly afford it.

C. The holiday was dirt cheap, so we could afford more than five days.

D. A five-day holiday wasn’t cheap, so we couldn’t afford it.

Question 26: The news was wonderful. As a consequence, we decided to have a celebration.

A. We decided to have a celebration so as to hear wonderful news

B. It was such a wonderful news that we decided to have a celebration

C. We decided to have a celebration so that we heard the news

D. It was such wonderful news that we decided to have a celebration

Choose the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks

Human beings have a strong need to put their experiences and problems into words. That is why everyone (27)…. a “friendly ear”- someone who is willing to listen to their troubles and joys. But few people (28)……….. what a complex skill listening is. To be a good listener requires great powers of concentration, which can only be gained through practice.

There are two reasons why listening is often such hard (29)………….. The first is simply that people much prefer to speak. How often have you missed what someone has said because you were thinking about what you were going to say (30)…………….. The second reason is that people speak too slowly. The average speed is about 125 words per minute, (31)………….. is not fast enough for the human brain. It allows too much time for the oncentration to fail, as the brain tries to keep itself busy with other, irrelevant thoughts.

Question 27:

A. approves

B. attracts

C. applauds

D. appreciates

Question 28:

A. relate

B. detect

C. believe

D. realise

Question 29:

A. task

B. act

C. job

D. work

Question 30:

A. in turn

B. through answer

C. by report

D. in reply

Question 31:

A. this

B. that

C. what

D. which

Choose the correct answer to each of the following questions

During the 19th century, women in the U. S organized and participated in a large number of reform movements, including movements to reorganize the prison system, improve education, ban the sale of alcohol, and most importantly to free slaves. Some women saw similarities in the social status of women and slaves. Women like Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucy Stone were feminists and abolitionists who supported the rights of both women and blacks. A number of male abolitionists, including William Lloyd Garrison and Wendell Phillips also supported the rights of women to speak and participate equally with men in anti- slavery activities. Probably more than any other movement, abolitionism offered women a previously denied entry into politics. They became involved primarily in order to better their living conditions and the conditions of others.

When the Civil war ended in 1865, the 14th, and 15th, Amendments to the Constitution adopted in 1868 and 1870 granted citizenship and suffrage to blacks but not to women. Discouraged but resolved, feminists influenced more and more women to demand the right to vote. In 1869, the Wyoming Territory had yielded to demands by feminists, but eastern states resisted more stubbornly than ever before. A woman’s suffrage bill had been presented to every Congress since 1878 but it continually failed to pass until 1920, when the 19th Amendment granted women the right to vote.

Question 32: The word” primarily” in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to………………

A. somewhat

B. above all

C. always

D. finally

Question 33: The word “ban” in line 2 most nearly means to………….

A. prohibit

B. encourage

C. limit

D. publish

Question 34: When were women allowed to vote throughout the US?

A. After 1920

B. After 1878

C. After 1870

D. After 1866

Question 35: According to the passage, why did women become active in politics?

A. to support Elizabeth Cady Stanton

B. to amend the Declaration of Independence

C. to be elected to public office.

D. to improve the conditions of life that existed at the time.

Question 36: What does the 19th Amendment guarantee?

A. Citizenship for women

B. Citizenship for blacks

C. Voting rights for women

D. Voting rights for blacks

Question 37: What cannot be inferred from the passage?

A. The blacks were given the right to vote before women.

B. The abolitionists believed in anti- slavery activities.

C. A women’s suffrage bill had been discussed in the Congress for 50 years.

D. The eastern states did not like the idea of women’s right to vote.

Question 38: What is not among the reformation movements of women?

A. passing the laws

B. reorganizing the prison

C. prohibiting the sale of alcohol

D. freeing the slaves

Question 39: What is the topic of the passage?

A. The 14th and 15th Amendment

B. The Wyoming Territory.

C. Abolitionists

D. Women’s suffrage

Choose the correct answer to each of the following 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, however, 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 in 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 nothing that the terms “standard”, “colloquial”, and “slang” exist only as abstract levels 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 all three types of expressioins.

Question 40: Which of the following is the main topic of the passage?

A. Idiomatic phrases

B. Dictionary usage

C. Different types of vocabulary

D. Standard speech

Question 41: Where in the passage does the author explain where colloquial language and slang are most commonly used?

A. The last two sentences of paragraph 5

B. The last sentences of paragraph 2

C. The last sentences of paragraph 3

D. The first sentences of paragraph 2

Question 42: The word “them” refers to……..

A. the majority

B. words

C. slang phrases

D. memories

Question 43: How is slang defined by the author?

A. Words and phrases understood by the majority but not found in standard dictionaries.

B. Words and phrases understood by a restricted group of speakers.

C. Words and phrases understood by a large number of speakers but not accepted as formal usage.

D. Words and phrases accepted by the majority for formal usage.

Question 44: 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

Question 45: The word “appropriate” is closest in meaning to………..

A. important

B. old

C. large

D. correct

Question 46: The author mentions all of the following as requirements for slang expressions to be created EXCEPT____________ .

A. new situations

B. a number of linguists

C. interaction among diverse groups

D. a new generation

Choose the word whose the underlined part differs from other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions

Question 47:

A. interviewed

B. performed

C. finished

D. delivered

Question 48:

A. chaotic

B. chemist

C. brochure

D. anchor

Choose the word that differs from other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions

Question 49:

A. hospital

B. inflation

C. policy

D. constantly

Question 50:

A. garment

B. comment

C. cement

D. even

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