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Đề thi thử: Môn tiếng Anh kỳ thi THPTQG năm 2020 - Sở GD&ĐT Quảng Bình

Cô Đỗ Vân Anh

KÌ THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG QUỐC GIA NĂM 2020

Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ; Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH

SỞ QUẢNG BÌNH – MÃ ĐỀ LẺ

Ngày thi: 07.7.2020

 

 Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 1: Domestic chores will no longer be a burden thanks to the inventions of laborsaving devices.

A. Official                                   B. Household                                 C. Foreign                              D. Schooling

Question 2. In the wee hours, while the child is sleeping, the Tooth Fairy takes the tooth and leaves some money under the pillow.

A. Soon after midnight                                                          B. Late in the morning

A. Early in the evening                                                          D. Long before bedtime

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 3: We are ready to be answerable to the manager for anything that goes wrong.

A. dutiful                                        B. responsible                             C. accountable                      D. irresponsible

Question 4. Jane was terribly nervous before the interview but she managed to pull herself together and act confidently.

A. keep calm                                  B. stay fine                                  C. remain controlled              D. lose temper

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the option that best completes each of the following exchanges.

Question 5: Linda is thanking Daniel for his birthday present.

- Linda; "Thanks for the book. I've been looking for it for months."

- Daniel: “________________.”

A. I'm glad you like it.                                                              B. You can say that again.

C. I like reading books.                                                             D. Thank you for looking for it.

Question 6. Linda and Janet are talking about family living under one roof.

Linda: “I think it's a good idea to have three or four generations living under one roof. They can help one another."

Janet: “________. Many old-aged parents like to lead independent life in a nursing home.”

A. It's nice to hear that                                                             B. Me, too.

C. I agree with you completely                                                  D. That's not true

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 Internet has truly transformed how students do their homework. (7) _______ homework today still means spending time in the library, it's for a different reason. Rather than using books for research, students today are (8) _______ to the Internet to download enormous amounts of data available online. In the past. students were limited to their school's (9) _______ of books. In many cases, they got to the school library and found out that someone had already taken the books they needed. Nowadays, such inconvenience can be avoided since the Internet never runs out of information. Students, however, do have to (10) _______ sure that the information they find online is true. Teachers have also benefited from the homework which is done on the Internet. They do not need to carry students' papers around with them anymore. This is because online (11) _______ allow students to electronically upload their homework for their teachers to read and mark of course, this also means that students can no longer use the excuse that the dog ate their homework!

Question 7.   A. For                         B. But                         C. While                     D. Because

Question 8.   A. connecting              B. looking                    C. searching               D. linking

Question 9.   A. select                     B. selection                  C. selective                 D. selectively

Question 10. A. do                          B. make                       C. get                        D. come

Question 11. A. systems                  B. materials                  C. sources                 D. structures

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE

      The Man Booker Prize for Fiction is awarded annually for full-length novels of writers from the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland with a view to representing the very best in contemporary fiction. The prestigious prize was originally called the Booker-McConnell Prize, the name of the sponsor company; however, it was better-known as the “Booker Prize”. In 2002, the name was modified when Man Group became the sponsor and they keep the word "Booker”.

     Books from publishers can be submitted for consideration for the prize. In addition, the judges can sometimes send invitations to authors if they think the books should be included. Initially, the Advisory Committee give advice if there are any changes to the rules for the prize. Then, the people who will judge the books will be selected. There is an annual change in the judging panel and usually an individual is only a judge once.

     The organizers also made to ensure that the judging panel is balanced in terms of gender and professions. Normally a writer, a critic, an editor and an academic are chosen along with a celebrity from wider society. Nevertheless, when the panel of judges has been confirmed, they are left to make their own decisions without any further involvement or interference from the prize sponsor.

    The Booker Prize is highly appreciated because it rewards the finest in fiction, features great books to readers and transforms authors' careers. The influence of the prize is so huge that the winter w a certainly see the sales increase considerably, along with the £50.000 that comes with the prize.

Question 12. What does the passage mainly discuss?

A. the most well-known contemporary books

B. the prestigious award in literature

C. the sponsor of the Man Booker prize

D. the judging panel of a book prize

Question 13. The word “modified” in paragraph 1 is CLOSEST in meaning to __

A. changed                                   B. grasp                                      C. allocate                          D. allowed

Question 14. All of the followings are true about the judges of Man Booker Prize EXCEPT that

A. they may invite authors of the books which are appropriate for the prize

B. judges are selected every year

C. judges do different jobs in the society

D. Their decisions are affected by the sponsors

Question 15. What will happen to the writer after they win the prize?

A. They will become a member of the judging board next year.

B. There will be an upsurge in the sales of their books.

C. They will have huge influence in the publishing world.

D. All of their book will be highly appreciated.

Question 16. What does the word “it” in paragraph 4 refer to?

A. The Booker Prize                                            B. The sponsor company

C. The best contemporary fiction                         D. The Man group

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

    Nature has always provided a stimulus for inventive minds. Early flying machines clearly were an attempt to emulate the freedom of birds. Architects and engineers have often consciously modeled buildings on forms found in nature. A more recent example of the inspiration given by nature is the invention of Velcro. The inventor of this now common fastening device noticed that small burrs attached to his dog's coat grasped the hairs by means of tiny hooks. This led him to invent a synthetic fabric whose surfaces mimic the clasping properties of this natural seedpod. Animals and plants have evolved solutions to the kinds of problems that often interest engineers and designers. Much current research in material science is concerned with actively examining the natural world, especially at the molecular level, for inspiration to develop materials with novel properties. This relatively new field of study is sometimes known as biomimetics, since it consciously attempts to mimic nature.

    Researchers have investigated several interesting areas. For example, they have studied how the molecular structure of antler bone contributes to its amazing toughness, how the skin structure of a worn contributes to its ability to crawl, how the sea cucumber softens its skeleton and changes shape so that it can squeeze through tiny gaps in rocks, or what gives wood its high resistance to impact. These investigations have led to several breakthroughs in the development of composite materials with remarkable properties.

    Predictions for future inventions that may be developed front these lines of research include so-called structures that design and repair themselves in a similar way to a variety of processes in the natural world. For example, engineers have envisaged bridges that would detect areas heavily stressed by vehicle movement or wind. The bridge structure would then automatically add or move material to the weak areas until the stress is reduced. The same principle might be used to repair damaged buildings. Other new materials that have been imagined are substances that would copy photosynthesis in green plants in order to create new energy sources. The potential impact of biomimetic research is so great that the twenty-first century may come to be known as the “Age of Materials.”

Question 17. The passage is primarily concerned with

A. future research into the uses of Velcro

B. the effect of the Age of Materials on nature

C. the development of products based on nature

D. problems that preoccupy designers and engineers

Question 18. The word “emulate” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to

A. stimulate                                B. captivate                                     C. imitate                   D. activate

Question 19. Which of the following is TRUE about Velcro?

A. It was first used to remove dog hair from the owner's coat.

B. It exemplifies how a natural structure inspired a useful invention.

C. The inventor of Velcro was very famous before his invention.

D. It has set a trend for tiny hooklike structures in synthetic fabric.

Question 20. The word “novel” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to

A. unique                                  B. familiar                                      C. fictitious                        D. legendary

Question 21. Which of the following does the word “it” in paragraph 3 refer to

A. sea cucumber                        B. skeleton                                     C. shape                           D. worn

Question 22. According to the passage, what do investigations in biomimetics suggest?

A. Biomimetics is not promising.

B. Biomimetics may lead to the development of new creatures.

C. Biomimetics may lead to useful inventions.

D. Biomimetics has provided the new material for smart structures.

Question 23. According to the passage, which of the following would NOT be a useful biomimetic product?

A. Tomatoes mimicking the structures that give sea cucumbers the ability to squeeze through cracks

B. Bulletproof jackets mimicking the structures that give wood its resistance to impact

C. Glass in windshields mimicking the structures that give antler bone its toughness

D. Cables mimicking the structures that give spiderwebs their flexibility and tensile strength

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Question 24. Air pollution, together with littering, are causing many problems in our large industrial world.

A. with                                  B. are                                            C. many                              D. in our large

Question 25. Below are some pieces of advice that can help you reduce the feeling of pressure and creating a good impression on your interviewer.

A. are                                   B. you reduce                                  C. creating                          D. on

Question 26. Many successful film directions are former actors who desire to expand their experience in the film industry.

A. successful                         B. filmm directions                           C. former                            D. expand

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.

Question 27: My younger brother is more industrious than anyone in my family.

A. My younger brother is the most industrious person in my family.

B. My younger brother is not so industrious as anyone in my family.

C. Some people in my family is more industrious than my younger brother.

D. No one in my family is less industrious than my younger brother.

Question 28. “No, no, you really must stay a bit longer!” said the boys.

A. The boys denied my staying a bit longer.

B. The boys refused to let me stay a bit longer.

C. The boys didn't agree to let stay a bit longer.

D. The boys insisted on my staying a bit longer.

Question 29. It isn't necessary for us to get a visa for Singapore.

A. We needn't get a visa for Singapore

B. We mustn't get a visa for Singapore.

C. We mayn't get a visa for Singapore.

D. We shouldn't get a visa for Singapore.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

Question 30: My father gave us his money. We could manage our business successfully.

A. If we couldn't have managed our business successfully, we would have had my father's.

B. Without my father's money, we could have managed our business successfully.

C. We could have managed our business successfully with my father's money.

D. Had it not been for my father's money, we couldn't have managed our business successfully.

Question 31. We arrived at the cinema. Then we realized our tickets were still at home

A. No sooner had we realized that our tickets were still at home than we arrive at the cinema.

B. Not until we arrived at the cinema that we realized that our tickets were still at home.

C. Only after we arrived at the cinema did we realize that our tickets were at home.

D. Hardly had we arrived at the cinema than we realized that our tickets were still at home.

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 32. A. lovers                    B. learns                     C. stops                      D. calls

Question 33. A. culture                   B. student                   C. university               D. institution

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

Question 34. A. blackboard           B. listen                      C. between                 D. happen

Question 35. A. dedicate               B. effective                 C. politics                   D. energy

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 36: It is impossible for him to be financially independent al such an early age, _______?

A. isn't it                                     B. is it                                           C. doesn't he                        D. does he

Question 37. _______ poor always need the help from all people in the society.

A. A                                            B. The                                           C. An                                    D. No article

Question 38. Both husband and wife should be responsible _______ doing the household chores.

A. with                                        B. to                                              C. of                                     D. for

Question 39. I should remember _______ him tomorrow. It will be a big sum of money I've been saving so far.

A. paying                                    B. to pay                                        C. paid                                   D. to be paid

Question 40. If I had the map now, I _______ a short-cut across the desert.

A. could take                              B. can take                                      C. take                                   D. could have taken

Question 41. Emma _______ Bali since she first _______ it.

A loved/ Saw                             B. has loved/saw                               C. loved / saw                         D. has loved / has seen

Question 42. _______ Michelle tried hard, she didn't manage to win the competition.

A. No matter how                       B. Even though                                 C. In spite of                            D. Nevertheless

Question 43. _______ this book by the time it is due back to the library?

A. Will you read                         B. Will you have read

C. Will you be reading                D. Have you read

Question 44. Tom was the last student _______ the classroom yesterday.

A. to leave                                B. leaving                                       C. left                                D. leaves

Question 45. Scientists and engineers have invented devices to remove _______ from industrial wastes.

A. pollution                               B. pollute                                        C. polluted                         D. pollutants

Question 46. It's a long walk tomorrow. We need to _______ as early as possible.

A. set up                                  B. set in                                          C. set of                             D. set about

Question 47. With hard work and study, you can _______ the goals you set for yourself.

A. establish                              B. succeed                                       C. achieve                           D. increase

Question 48. It's normal for small businesses to operate at a _______ for the first couple of years before they start to break even.

A. loss                                     B. failure                                          C. luck                                D. loose

Question 49. I don't know what to say to break the _______ with someone I've just met at the party.

A. air                                       B. ice                                                C. leg                                 D. rule

Question 50. Ask David to give you a hand to move the furniture. He's as strong as _______.

A. an elephant                          B. a mountain                                     C. a gorilla                          D. a horse

 

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