Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia môn Tiếng Anh trường THPT Yên Lạc, Vĩnh Phúc năm 2016 lần 5

Choose the best option to complete the sentences.
Question 1: She dances ______ her younger sister, who is 10 years old.
  • A. beautifully
Question 2: UNESCO stands _______ United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
Question 3: So nervous about the exam ______ he sat in silence although the surrounding students were talking loudly.
Question 4: The booklet is printed in big letters ______ even the old and young to read with unaided eyes.
Question 5: “Can I help you, Sir?” – “I’m looking for a _______ table.”
  • A. round wooden fashionable
Question 6: Mr. Tony has been under high pressure of work loads recently. _______, he has just been taken to hospital for nerve broken down.
Question 7: Peter said to Jane carrying a heavy suitcase: “Need a hand with your suitcase, Jane?” Jane: “_______.”
  • A. Well done
Question 8: You should ______ think about what technical school to apply for; or else, you will waste your time and money in a few years later.
  • A. strongly
Question 9: You should practice your eyes by looking at other surrounding things every thirty minutes; _______, they will get strenuous.
Question 10: A lot of skills and knowledge fields ________.
  • A. be prepared and practiced
Question 11: _______ as her handwriting was, the teacher was able to make it out and she got a full mark for it.
  • A. Badly
Question 12: The grape is the ______, juicy fruit of a woody vine.
Question 13: He really deserved the award because he performed ______ what was expected of him.
Question 14: “Do I have to take that French course?” – “No, you _______.”
Question 15: Hurry up! They’ve only got _______ seats left.
Question 16: Penicillin is perhaps the drug which ______ more life than any other in the history of medicine.
  • A. is saving
Question 17: A has just turned up at the meeting and said to the group-leader: “I’m sorry. I was stuck in a traffic jam.” The group-leader: “______.”
  • A. Never mind. Thanks
Question 18: He agreed to accept the position _______ a share of the company’s profits.
  • A. with the purpose that he would give
Question 19: The teachers are, at the moment, trying their best ______ all the necessary that their students may need for their critical examination while, sadly, some do not seem to appreciate that.
Choose one of the given options which is incorrect.
Question 20:
In this organization, all members are equal. No members will use force against together.
Question 21:

The local people propose that national parks should be made and enlarged, hunting are strictly controlled, and fund be raised more to finance environmental activities.

Question 22:

Working for this organization will give a chance to help improve international healthy care.

Question 23:
The more regularly you practice, the best appetite you get.
Question 24:

Mr. Thang said that students in the rest grades would sit for the end-of second term exam in index of each class next week.

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
Question 25:
Who will replace you to monitor the class on the days you are on duty next week?
Question 26:

We, the young, should take actions to raise people’s awareness of being concerned with sewage processing measures from now on.

Question 27:

You shouldn’t look down on our rivals because they have got a lot of progress this football season.

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
Question 28:

Under ideal conditions, the entire life cycle of some insects, for example fleas, living on pets, may only take 3 weeks, so in no time at all, pets and homes can be infested.

Question 29:

Most of the female football players will be jobless when the Games are over.

Choose the letter A, B, c, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined letter(s) is pronounced differently from the rest.
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Choose the letter A, B, c, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions.
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Read the passage bellow and then choose a suitable word A, B, C or D to fill in each blank.

The Earth’s Energy Budget

The way the Earth interacts ___ (35)___ the sun’s energy can be displayed in a diagram called the Earth’s energy budget. It displays the sun’s energy that reaches us and how much of that energy absorbed and reflected is by the earth and___(36)___ atmosphere. Solar energy reaches earth as electromagnetic radiation. Once the energy reaches earth, some of it is absorbed by the atmosphere, ___(37)___ clouds. Some of it makes it to the earth’s surface, and is ___(38)___ by land and oceans. The ___(39)___ of energy absorbed affects temperature. The energy ___(40)___ is not absorbed by the earth or its atmosphere is reflected. back out to space in the same wavelengths in which it came to earth. On ___(41)___, the amount of energy coming in is equal to the amount of energy going out. Therefore, we say the earth’s energy budget is balanced. ___(42)___ more energy was coming in than was going out, the earth’s temperature would increase. On the other hand, if too much energy is reflected, and not absorbed, we’ll see a ___(43)___ in the earth’s temperatures. Of all of the sun’s energy that hits the Earth, about 70% is absorbed by ___(44)___ land, ocean, atmosphere and clouds and about 30% is reflected back into space.
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  • A. include
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Read the following passage and then choose the best answer A, B, C or D.

Glass is a remarkable substance made from simplest raw materials. It can be colored or colorless, monochrome or polychrome, transparent, translucent or opaque. It is lightweight impermeable to liquids, readily cleaned and reused, durable yet fragile, and often very beautiful. Glass can be decorated in multiple ways and its optical properties are exceptional. In all its myriad forms-as table ware, containers, in architecture and design-glass represents a major achievement in the history of technological developments.

Since the Bronze Age about 3,000 B.C, glass has been used for making various kinds of objects. It was first made from a mixture of silica, line and an alkali such as soda or potash, and these remained the basic ingredients of glass until the development of lead glass in the seventeenth century. When heated, the mixture becomes soft, and malleable and can be formed by various techniques into a vast array of shapes and sizes. The homogeneous mass is thus formed by melting then cooling to create glass, but in contrast to most materials formed in this way (metals, for instance), glass lacks the crystalline structure normally associated with solids, and instead retains the random molecular structure of a liquid. In effect, as molten glass cools, it progressively stiffens until rigid, but does so without setting up a network of interlocking crystals customarily associated with that process. This is why glass shatters so easily when dealt a blow, why glass deteriorates over time, especially when exposed to moisture, and why glassware must be slowly reheated and uniformly cooled after manufacture to release internal stresses induced by uneven cooling.

Another unusual feature of glass is the manner in which its viscosity changes as it turns from a cold substance into a hot, ductile liquid. Unlike metals that flow or “freeze” at specific temperatures, glass progressively softens as the temperature rises, going through varying stages of malleability until it flows like a thick syrup. Each stage of malleability allows the glass to be manipulated into various forms, by different techniques, and if suddenly cooled the object retains the stage achieved at that point. Glass is thus amenable to a greater number of heat-forming techniques than most other materials.
Question 45: Why does the author list the characteristics of glass in paragraph 1?
Question 46:

The word “durable” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to…………….

Question 47: What does the author imply about the raw materials used to make glass?
  • A. They are transparent
Question 48: According the passage, how is glass that has cooled and become rigid different from most other rigid substances?
  • A. It has varying physical properties
Question 49:
The word “customarily” in paragraph 2 could be best replaced by”……………”
Question 50:
The words “exposed to” in paragraph 2 most likely mean………..
Question 51: What must be done to release the internal stresses that build up in glass products during manufacture?
Question 52:

The word “induced” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to…………….

Question 53:

The word “it” in paragraph 3 refers to…………….

Question 54: According to the passage, why can glass be more easily shaped into specific forms than can metals?
  • A. It has better optical properties
Read the following passage and then choose the best answer A, B, C or D.

Comets are bodies that move around in space. They are something likes stars or small planets that move around the sun. Comets are surrounded by gases and the sun makes those gases look very bright. Dust can get caught in the gas around the comet and make the comet look like it has a tails.

Halley’s Comet is the most famous comet, but we can’t see it very often. In fact, it can only be seen from the Earth when it moves close the sun. This means that this beautiful comet only comes into our sky every 77 years or so. The last time Halley’s Comet was invisible from the Earth was in 1991. Did you see it?

Halley’s Comet was named after the English astronomer Edmond Halley. An astronomer studies the star and planets in the solar system. Edmond Halley was born in London, England, in 1656. He studies astronomy at Oxford University. In 1676, he left the university to study the astronomy of the Southern Hemisphere. He wrote a brook about the arrangement of the stars in the sky and the movement of the planets. He made the first accurate map of the stars we see in the sky. He also observed the moon and studied how the Moon affects the ocean tides. He helped find a way to measure distances in space. This measurement was used by other scientists to learn about the size of our solar system and the distances of many star and planets from the Earth.

Halley especially liked to study comets. He read about comets and observed them in the sky. He learned about the way they moved around the Sun — each comet follows a different path around the Sun and travels at its own speed. The path and speed of a body as it moves in space is called its orbit. Halley calculated the orbits of comets that he read about or saw himself. He found the orbits for twenty-four comets.

Halley also noticed that the paths of a comet seen in 1531 and of a comet seen in 1607 were identical to the path of a comet he had observed in 1682. He concluded that these three comets were, in fact, the same comet. Halley predicted that the comet would come again in 1758, and it did! This comet was named “Halley’s Comet” and can be seen from Earth. The first reports of this comet in history were made in 240 B.C. by Chinese astronomers, so we know that it has been orbiting the Sun to more than 2,000 years. Halley’s Comet is not the only comet in our sky, but it is the only one that appears regularly and can be predicted. It is also one of the brightest comets, and people can see it without a telescope.

Like comets, the Earth also travels around the Sun. Sometimes the orbit of t Earth passes through the path of Hailey’s Comet. Like comets, the Earth also travels around the Sun. Sometimes the orbit of the Earth passes through the path of Hailey’s Comet. When this When this happens, dust left behind from the comet falls to Earth. The dust burns and makes brilliant lights like falling stars in the sky. You can see this happen every year in May and October. Astronomers predict that Hailey’s Comet will enter our sky again in 2061. Who do you think will see it?

Question 55: Comets move around ______.
Question 56: Comets may look like they have a tail because ______.
  • A. gases surround the comet.
Question 57: Edmond Hailey calculated the orbits for _______.
Question 58: In 240 B.C._____.
  • A. there were no comets in the sky.
Question 59: Which of the following is NOT true?
  • A. Halley’s Comet can be seen from Earth with naked eyes.
Question 60: Edmond Hailey made the first accurate map of ______.
Question 61: The Earth also travels _______.
  • A. around Hailey’s comet
Question 62: One of Hailey’s contributions to astronomy was _____.
  • A. giving a name to one of the most famous comets.
Question 63: When the paths of the Earth and Hailey Comet cross each other
  • A. astronomers starts making predictions about its appearance
  • B. dust from the tail of the comet burn’s brightly and looks like ling stars in the night sky.
  • C. Hailey’s Comet appears in May and October.
Question 64: Which of the following is NOT TRUE of Hailey’s Comet?
  • A. It won’t appear again until 2061.

Đáp án:

  1. D
  2. D
  3. C
  4. B
  5. D
  6. B
  7. B
  8. D
  9. D
  10. B
  11. D
  12. D
  13. C
  14. C
  15. C
  16. C
  17. D
  18. B
  19. A
  20. D
  21. B
  22. C
  23. C
  24. B
  25. D
  26. C
  27. A
  28. D
  29. A
  30. B
  31. C
  32. A
  33. B
  34. B
  35. B
  36. C
  37. D
  38. D
  39. A
  40. B
  41. A
  42. C
  43. C
  44. B
  45. A
  46. C
  47. B
  48. D
  49. C
  50. D
  51. B
  52. D
  53. D
  54. C
  55. C
  56. B
  57. D
  58. B
  59. C
  60. A
  61. C
  62. C
  63. B
  64. B

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