Đề kiểm tra chất lượng ôn thi THPT Quốc gia năm 2017 - Đề số 75 - Đỗ Bình

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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others in each group.
Question 1: A. commercial 	B. merchant	C. term	D. sergeant 
Question 2: A. right 	B. minority	C. communist	D. private
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3: A. meteoric	B. combination	C. prehistoric	D. favourable 
Question 4: A. crisis	B. journey	C. extinct 	D. swallow
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the italicized word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 5: Although the technology originated in the UK, it has been developed in the US.
A. came from 	B. departed from	C. started from	D. began from
Question 6: We've run across a slight problem with the instruction manual.
A. crashed	B. crossed out	C. experienced	D. met by chance 
Question 7: She has stuck with me through thick and thin.
A. without any condition	B. even if there are problems or difficulties 
C. dead or alive	D. out and away
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the italicized word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 8: They've always encouraged me in everything I've wanted to do.
A. impaired	B. discouraged 	C. misconstrue	D. unpardoned
Question 9: She read his letter over and over to memorize it.
A. once in a while 	B. one by one	C. again and again	D. repeatedly
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.
Question 10: Many war battles for nation independence were fought in the North than in any other regions. A. Many	B. than	C. fought D. nation independence 
Question 11: From 1985 to 1990, he writes ten novels and three plays.
A. plays	B. novels	C. From 1985 to	D. writes 
Question 12: My father used to give me a good advice whenever I had a problem.
A. give me	B. had	C. used	D. a good advice 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 
Question 13: During the height of the season, tourists arrive in___________ to see Shakespeare's birthplace. A. loads 	B. shoals	C. droves 	D. flocks
Question 14: She set___________ some money each month for her holiday. 
A. about	B. aside 	C. back	D. up
Question 15: ___________ of half-starving wolves were roaming the snow-covered countryside. 
A. Herds	B. Flocks	C. Swarms	D. Packs 
Question 16: When________ to explain his mistake, the new employee cleared his throat nervously. 
A. asking	B. asked 	C. to be asking	D. to be asked
Question 17: No sooner had we left the house___________ it started snowing. 
A. when	B. than 	C. and	D. that
Question 18: You___________ as well seek for a fish in the tree as try to do that. 
A. must	B. would	C. might 	D. should
Question 19: ___________, he felt so unhappy and lonely. 
A. In spite of his being wealth	B. Despite his wealthy
C. Rich as was he	D. Rich as he was 
Question 20: ~ Bob: "I'd like to change some money." ~ Brian: "___________ "
A. You haven't signed it.	B. Which currency? 
C. Five tens, please.	D. What's your account number?
Question 21: ___________ you to change your mind about handing in your notice, we would be happy for you to stay with us. 
A. Were 	B. Unless	C. If	D. Should
Question 22: Sarah delivered a / an___________ appeal to the court and asked for mercy. 
A. sentimental 	B. emotional 	C. affectionate	D. sensational
Question 23: We had to get a bank loan when the money finally___________. 
A. gave over	B. gave out 	C. gave in	D. gave off
Question 24: ~ Tim: "Has an announcement been made about the eight o'clock flight to Paris?" 
~ Tom: "___________ "
A. Not yet. 	B. I don't think that.	C. Yes, it was.	D. Sorry, I don't.
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. 
 	More than two billion people use mobile phones today. In many places, it is more common to use a mobile phone, or cell phone, than a landline. Mobile phones are especially popular with young people. They find that the phones are more than a means of communication - having a mobile phone shows that they are 'cool' and connected.
 	The explosion in mobile phone use around the world has made some health professionals worried. Some doctors are concerned that in the future, people may suffer health problems from using mobile phones. Even now, there are people who claim that their mobile phones are making them sick. In one case, a young salesman had to stop working because of serious memory loss. He couldn't remember even simple things. He would often forget the name of his own child. The man used to talk on his mobile phone for six hours a day, every day of his working week, for a couple of years. His family doctor blamed his mobile phone use, but his employer's doctor disagreed. Of course mobile phone companies are worried about the negative publicity of such stories. They say that there is no proofs that mobile phones are bad for your health.
 	While there still isn't any proof that mobile phones are bad for your health, neither is there any proof that mobile phones aren't bad for your health. Research has shown that using mobile phones affects brain activity, but it isn't clear why or what effect it might have over the long term.
 	What is it that makes mobile phones potentially harmful? The answer is radiation. Radiation happens when one object sends heat or energy to another object. Heat radiation from the sun, for example, is heat sent from the sun to the earth. High-tech machines can detect very small amounts of radiation from mobile phones. The amount of radiation from mobile phones falls between the lower amount that radio waves produce and the higher amount that microwaves make. It's a fact that some radiation comes from mobile phones. While mobile phone companies agree with this fact, they say the amount is too small to worry about. Some scientists, however, disagree. They say we still don't know if small amounts of radiation over a long period of time can cause health problems.
 	As the debate about the safety of mobile phones continues, you might want to take some advice from scientists. Use your mobile phone only when you really need to. Keep your telephone calls short. Turn your phone off when you aren't using it. When you do use it for long calls, try using earbuds instead of holding the phone to your ear. In the future, mobile phones may have a warning label that says they are bad for your health. So for now, be careful. 
 [Sourse: Select Readings, Second Edition, 2010]
Question 25: Another word for 'means' in paragraph 1 is____________.
A. method 	B. unkind	C. definitions	D. expression
Question 26: In line 15, the word 'potentially' in paragraph 4 means____________.
A. privately	B. certainly	C. strongly	D. possibly 
Question 27: The writer's purpose in writing this article was to____________.
A. convince people that cell phones may be dangerous 
B. discourage people to use mobile phones
C. convince people to buy cell phones	
D. convince people that cell phones are dangerous
Question 28: Paragraph 4 (lines 15-21) is about____________.
A. how to use mobile phones safely	
B. the increase in mobile phone use
C. what makes mobile phones potentially dangerous 	
D. how to avoid the possible dangers of mobile phones
Question 29: This article is about____________.
A. the possible dangers of mobile phone use 	B. abuses of mobile phones
C. why mobile phones are popular	D. how mobile phones work
Question 30: You can infer from the information in paragraph 2 (lines 4-11) that mobile phone companies____________.
A. have proof that cell phones are not dangerous to people’s health
B. know that cell phones are dangerous to your health
C. give proofs that mobile phones are not bad for people's health.
D. are afraid that information about cell phone health problems will hurt their business 
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word to each of the numbered blanks.
 	You will make the interview process easier for the employer if you prepare relevant information about yourself. Think about how you want to present your (31)_________, experiences, education, work style, skills, and goals. Be prepared to supplement all your answers with examples that support the statements you make. It is also a good idea to review your résumé with a critical eye and (32)_________ areas that an employer might see as limitations or want further information. Think about how you can answer difficult questions (33)_________ and positively, while keeping each answer brief.
 	An interview gives the employer a (34)_________ to get to know you. While you do want to market yourself to the employer, answer each question with an honest (35)_________. Never say anything negative about past experiences, employers, or courses and professors. Always think of something positive about an experience and talk about that. You should also be (36)_________ If you are genuinely interested (37)_________ the job, let the interviewer know that.
 	One of the best ways to show you are keen on a job is to demonstrate that you have researched the organization prior to the interview. You can also (38)_________ interest by asking questions about the job, the organization, and its services and products. The best way to impress an employer is to ask questions that build upon your interview discussion. This shows you are interested and (39)_________ close attention to the interviewer. It is a good idea to prepare a few questions in advance, but an insightful comment based on your conversation can make an even stronger statement. At the (40)__________ of an interview, it is appropriate for you to ask when you may expect to hear from the employer.
Question 31: A. practices	B. strengths 	C. promotions	D. pressures
Question 32: A. hide 	B. express	C. identify	D. limit
Question 33: A. sharply	B. rightly	C. hardly	D. accurately 
Question 34: A. practice	B. way	C. chance 	D. change
Question 35: A. expression 	B. respect 	C. response	D. ability
Question 36: A. enthusiastic 	B. enthusiastically	C. enthusiasm	D. enthusiast
Question 37: A. in 	B. with	C. on	D. for
Question 38: A. conceal	B. cover	C. appear	D. show 
Question 39: A. spend	B. make	C. pay 	D. choose
Question 40: A. finish	B. close	C. final	D. end 
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.
 	Tennis started in France nearly 1000 years ago. The game was originally played in the courtyards of royal palaces, using the walls (like squash) rather than a net. One of the Grand Slam tournaments takes place in Wimbledon every year. The Tournament or The Fortnight, as the British call the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, is very important to the English. So here you are, standing in the queue to buy your ticket to watch the matches. Everybody is waiting for their turn to get inside. Nobody is pushing. If you are English, you will have all the necessary things with you: a thermos of tea (of course), a folding chair and (surprise, surprise) an umbrella!
 	At last you go through the gates, and you discover the atmosphere. People are sitting under their umbrellas enjoying the British weather. The atmosphere is calm and controlled. You feel as if you are in a select private club - and, in fact, you are.
 	The gardens are superb (well, you are in England...). Every year 3,500 geraniums are planted!
 	What is so special about Wimbledon? Well, it is the oldest tournament in the world, and the last of the big four championships to be played on natural grass. The American, Australian and French Championships are played on cement, artificial grass and clay. All the players must dress only in white. Wimbledon is free from sponsorship, which makes it different from almost all other sporting events. This means that there are no advertising banners around the courts. The people who come to watch the matches, compared to those who watch many other international tournaments, are well disciplined. You can only sometimes hear shouts or whistles when a player prepares to serve. And if any spectator behaves badly, he or she may be asked to leave.
 	You think that the English are very serious tennis fans. But if you want a good place, you may well find one around 4 p.m. Where has everybody gone? Look in the tents: they are having strawberries and tea. After all, tennis is just one of many traditions, and the English like to continue them all - especially tea! (Adapted from Love English, 1994)
Question 41: It is easier to find a seat at 4 o'clock because__________.
A. most of the spectators leave Wimbledon
B. it is an English tradition to go home for tea
C. English spectators go to some special tents	
D. serious tennis fans come in the morning
Question 42: Which of these sentences is TRUE?
A. Only the Wimbledon tournament is played on natural grass.
B. Most of the courts at Wimbledon have artificial grass.
C. The Wimbledon championships are played on cement or clay.
D. All four Grand Slam Tournaments are played on natural grass.
Question 43: Spectators at Wimbledon__________.
A. leave when a player serves badly	B. never behave badly during a match
C. do not often shout during a match	D. are given special discipline rules
Question 44: To enter Wimbledon you have to__________.
A. have your own chair	B. wait in a line of people 
C. belong to the club	D. book the tickets earlier
Question 45: The text is mainly about__________.
A. the history of tennis championships	B. different English customs and traditions 
C. the tennis tournaments at Wimbledon 	D. the most popular sports in England
Question 46: The Fortnight is__________.
A. another name for the Grand Slam tournaments
B. the name of one of the two Wimbledon tournaments
C. the original name for a game similar to squash
D. another name for the Wimbledon Championships
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given in each of the following questions.
Question 47: Jogging 3 kilometres a day has become habitual for Mr. Shame.
A. Mr. Shame’s daily jogging is 3 kilometres. 
B. Jogging 3 daily kilometres is Mr. Shame’s habit. 
C. Mr. Shame used to jog 3 kilometres a day.
D. Mr. Shame is used to jogging 3 kilometres a day. 
Question 48: If Hung studies hard, he won’t fail the exams.
A. Unless Hung fails the exams, he will study hard.
B. If Hung doesn’t study hard, he won’t fail the exams.
C. Unless Hung studies hard, he will fail the exams. 
D. If Hung doesn’t fail the exams, he will study hard.
Question 49: It’s easy for Lisa to get tickets for the show.
A. Lisa didn’t have any trouble in getting tickets for the show.
B. Lisa found no difficulty in getting tickets for the show.
C. Lisa didn’t have any trouble in getting tickets for the show as she used to.
D. Lisa had no trouble in getting tickets for the show. 
Question 50: Please don’t smoke here.
A. People find it pleasant smoking here.	B. No smoking is allowed here.
C. Smoking here is not pleasant.	D. Smoking is prohibited here. 
_______THE END_______

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