ĐỀ THI TẬP HUẤN THI THPT QUỐC GIA MÔN TIẾNG ANH 12 NĂM HỌC 2018

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CHÍNH TH CỀ ỨS GD- ĐT HÀ TĨNHỞ THI HU THI THPT QU GIA NĂM 2018Ề ỌBài thi: NGO NG Môn thi: TI NG ANHẠ ẾTh gian làm bài: 60 phút, không th gian phát (Đ có 06 trang)ề Mã thi 100ềMark the letter A, B, C, or 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 1: A. exploit ed B. packag ed C. follow ed D. reserv edQuestion 2: A. sh ou ld B. ou ld C. sh ou lder D. ou ldMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in theposition of primary stress in each of the following questions.Question 3: A. construct B. contain C. connect D. constantQuestion 4: A. incomplete B. sentences C. resolution D. hesitationMark the letter A, B, or on your sheet answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the followingquestions.Question 5: Peter likes to play ______ volleyball, but he is not good player.A. B. the C. an D. aQuestion 6: Don't you know that you ______ put that watch in water? It's not waterproof.A. mustn't B. needn't C. don't have to D. didn't need toQuestion 7: Since 1980, scientists all over the world _____ lot of things to fight against AIDS.A. had done B. have done C. are doing D. didQuestion 8: Some people are concerned with physical ___________ when choosing wife or husband.A. attractiveness B. attraction C. attractively D. attractiveQuestion 9: The organization was _______ in 1950 in the USA.A. put up B. made out C. come around D. set upQuestion 10: was rather at _______ in the beginning because was the only person of different origin.A. displeasure B. dislike C. disinterest D. disadvantageQuestion 11: Many nations have laws offering protection to endangered species, such as forbidding hunting,restricting land development or founding wildlife _______.A. agencies B. reserves C. challenges D. awarenessQuestion 12: There’s somebody behind us. think we are _______.A. been followed B. going to follow C. being followed D. followingQuestion 13: Why hasn’t Sue arrived yet? She promised not ____________lateA. come B. coming C. came D. to comeQuestion 14: Someone who is _______ is hopeful about the future or the success of something in particular.A. stagnant B. powerful C. pessimistic D. optimisticQuestion 15: If he ___ thorough knowledge of English, he could have applied for this post.A. had B. had had C. has had D. hasQuestion 16: Of course, we don't need this dictionary at present, but in the long _______ it may prove useful.A. future B. perspective C. time D. runMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to theunderlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 17: Scientists warn of the impending extinction of many species of plants and animals.A. coming B. absolute C. formidable D. irrefutableQuestion 18: As government official, Benjamin Franklin often traveled abroad .A. widely B. alone C. overseas D. secretlyMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to theunderlined word(s) in each of the following questionsQuestion 19: Affluent families find it easier to support their children financially. Trang Mã thi 100ềA. Wealthy B. Well-off C. Impoverished D. PrivilegedQuestion 20: Unless the two signatures are identical the bank won’t honor the check.A. similar B. genuine C. fake D. differentMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each ofthe following exchanges.Question 21: Amery and Bruce are talking about swimming.Amery: “Where do you go swimming?” Bruce: “___________________”A. usually go by motorbike B. No, play tennisC. always go to the YWCA D. Every day from to 6Question 22: Jane and Clair are talking on their way home.Jane: “_______________.” Clair: “It was really interesting.”A. How was the film last night? B. How about going for film?C. What was the film last night? D. Where did you see the film?Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct wordor phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 23 to 27On May 2017, the French people elected Emmanuel Macron. It was an important decision for France.Macron’s (23) _______ was Marine Le Pen, “far-right” politician. If she had won, France may have pulled (24)_______ the European Union (EU). That would have meant big changes not only for France, but possibly the wholeEU.Many people in Europe are relieved that Macron won the election. Macron is “centrist” politician, (25)_______ means he’s in the “middle” not too far “left” or “right”. His win means that France will stay in theEuropean Union.At the age of 39, Macron is the youngest leader of France since Napoleon. By (26) _______ Canada’s PrimeMinister, Justin Trudeau, is 45 years old. US President, Donald Trump is 70.Macron’s political party is En Marche! which means “Onward!” or “On the Move!” in English. En Marche! beatLe Pen’s Front National party by about 65% to 35% according to projections. Macron officially took (27) _______from current French president François Hollande on May 14. (Source: http://teachingkidsnews.com)Question 23: A. opposite B. opponency C. opposed D. opponentQuestion 24: A. through B. on C. up with D. out ofQuestion 25: A. whose B. which C. who D. thatQuestion 26: A. comparison B. compared C. comparative D. comparingQuestion 27: A. over B. into C. after D. awayRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct wordfor each of the questions from 28 to 34The Korean DMZThe Korean De-Militarized Zone (or “DMZ”) is probably one of the strangest places on Earth to visit as atourist. There are no beautiful sights to see. There are no interesting foods to try. There are no department storesfrom which to buy something fashionable Since the end of the Korean War in 1953, the DMZ has separatedNorth and South Korea. This kilometer area on each side of the border between both countries spans the entire251 kilometer width of the Korean peninsula. Armed soldiers from both sides patrol along the DMZ and there aremany military outposts and towers in the area. About 75,000 tourists visit the DMZ each year. It is the most popular tourist attraction in South Korea. Despitethat, it is not an easy place to access. First, organized visits of the DMZ are only allowed at very specific part ofit. This point, called the UN Joint Security Area, is located about 40 kilometers north of Seoul. Tourists to theDMZ must sign form that shows they understand and will obey the rules of the tour operators. They also forbidtourists to take photographs at certain times, even while on the bus. There is strict dress code enforced andtourists cannot wear t-shirts, jeans, or shorts on their visit. After arriving at the DMZ, tourists can see the guards patrolling both the north and south side of the border. Theycan also visit several tunnels that the North Koreans dug under the DMZ and into South Korea many years ago. Ofcourse, the visit isn’t totally somber. There is, after all, gift shop so you can buy something to remember your visitto the strangest place in the world!(Source: http://dreamreader.net)Question 28: According to the article, what does “DMZ” stand for?A. De-Extinction Zone B. De-Militarized Zone Trang Mã thi 100ềC. De- Korean Zone D. The Korean ZoneQuestion 29: The word fashionable in paragraph is closest in meaning to _______ .A. useful B. old-fashioned C. stylish D. generalQuestion 30: According to the article, where is the UN Joint Security Area?A. it is located about 40 kilometers north of Seoul.B. it is located about 40 kilometers east of Seoul.C. it is located about 40 kilometers west of Seoul.D. it is located about 40 kilometers south of Seoul.Question 31: In paragraph 2, They refers to _______ .A. South Koreans B. photographers C. tourists D. tour operatorsQuestion 32: Paragraph is about _______A. the dangers of visiting the DMZ B. why North Koreans dug under the DMZC. what tourists can do at the DMZ D. what tourists have to do at the DMZQuestion 33: The word forbid in paragraph is closest in meaning to _______A. charge B. provide C. prohibit D. permitQuestion 34: According to the article, what is one of the less serious things tourists can do at the DMZ?A. they can buy gift at the gift shop B. they can drink coffee at caféC. they can chat with North Korean people D. they can take picture with guardRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct wordfor each of the questions from 35 to 42Gene therapy is revolutionary new technique for treating people with health problems. Up until very recently,the most commonly available methods for treating patients were either through drugs or surgical procedures. Genetherapy provides third option for treatment by altering or replacing cells with new genetic materials andinstructions. Because these changes are at the molecular level, scientists can be very precise in the kinds ofalterations they make in patients. Gene therapy works by using delivery system, such as virus, to enter patient’s body. Once inside the body,the virus binds to host cell and delivers the new DNA. The proteins then begin to repair the affected cells. Newtechniques have focused on removing cells from the patients and altering them outside the body before re-introducing them to the patient. The two types of gene therapy are called somatic and germline. Somatic therapy refers to changing or replacinga somatic cell. In this case, the treatment is restricted to the patient only. This will not affect the patient’s futurechildren because the patient’s germ cells are unaffected. In germline therapy, the patient germ cells are treated.Because these changes are in heritable genes, this may affect the patient’s future offspring. This is highlycontroversial because it is not clear exactly how this might affect them and further generations. For this reason,many countries have enacted laws that either prohibit or outright ban this kind of treatment. Despite the promise of gene therapy, there are still many hurdles that need to be overcome before it comes intowidespread use. One of the issues is that the use of viruses to deliver DNA may actually cause unexpected problemsin patients if the virus grows and attacks the body. Another problem is the nature of many diseases is very complexand spread throughout multiple genes. The use of gene therapy to change single gene in the body would probablynot be adequate as cure. Finally, the costs of gene therapy are prohibitive. Some gene therapy procedures may costover $1 million to undertake and require specialized doctors, equipment, and facilities.(Source: http://dreamreader.net)Question 35: According to the article, what is gene therapy?A. contemporary method for treating people with health problemsB. revolutionary new technique for treating people with shopping addictionsC. revolutionary new technique for treating people with heart defectsD. scientific theory that has yet to be put into practiceQuestion 36: The word altering in paragraph could be replaced with _______ .A. modifying B. accepting C. continuing D. destroyingQuestion 37: The word them in paragraph refers to _______.A. techniques B. proteins C. patients D. cellsQuestion 38: Paragraph is about _______.A. why people need gene therapy B. two types of gene therapyC. how gene therapy works D. how gene therapy creates new DNAQuestion 39: According to the article, why is germline therapy controversial?A. because patient’s future children and their germ cells are unaffected Trang Mã thi 100ềB. because scientists are not sure how this therapy might affect patient’s childrenC. because many countries have laws that either prohibit medical treatmentD. because this form of treatment is considered far too expensiveQuestion 40: The word prohibit in paragraph could be replaced with _______ .A. permit B. assist C. forbid D. eraseQuestion 41: What is the main idea of Paragraph 4?A. why there are not enough specialized doctorsB. how gene therapy promises so much but delivers so littleC. issues relating to viruses and multiple genesD. issues relating to gene therapy treatmentQuestion 42: What would be good title for this passage?A. Scientists are very precise in the kinds of surgery they performB. Why gene therapy procedures are ridiculously expensiveC. dangerous new technique for treating people with health problemsD. contemporary progressive method for treating people with health problemsMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction ineach of the following questions.Question 43: The number of those who study engineering are increasing steadily DQuestion 44: There are such many planets in the universe that we can’t count them. DQuestion 45: professor of economy and history at our university developed new theory of Bthe relationship between historical events and financial crises DMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to eachof the following questions.Question 46: The book interested me more than the film.A. In my opinion the film was not as interested as the book.B. thought the book was more interesting than the film.C. In my opinion the film bored me than the book.D. thought the book didn’t interest me as the film.Question 47: It is pity you didn't tell us about this.A. wish you would tell us about this. B. wish you had told us about this.C. If only you have told us about this. D. wish you would have told us about this.Question 48: "You should have finished the report by now." John told his secretary.A. John scolded his secretary for not having finished the report.B. John reproached his secretary for not having finished the report.C. John reminded his secretary of finishing the report on time.D. John said that his secretary had not finished the report.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair ofsentences in the following questions from.Question 49: The song says about the love of two young students. She is singing the song.A. The song says about the love which she is singing of two young students.B. The song she is singing says about the love of two young students.C. The song which she is singing it says about the love of two young students.D. The song says about the love of two young students which she is singing.Question 50: The apartment is big. The rent is high.A. The apartment isn’t as big as the high rent.B. The bigger is the apartment, the higher is the rent.C. The bigger the apartment is, the higher the rent is.D. The biggest the apartment is, the highest the rent is. ------------------------------- ----------Ế Trang Mã thi 100ềTrang Mã thi 100ềĐÁP ÁN: 1A 2C 3D 4B 5A 6A 7B 8A 9D 10D11B 12C 13D 14D 15B 16D 17A 18C 19C 20D21C 22A 23D 24D 25B 26A 27A 28B 29C 30A31D 32C 33C 34A 35A 36A 37D 38C 39B 40C41D 42D 43C 44A 45A 46B 47B 48B 49B 50CK NG CH ĐÚNG YÊU UẺ Trang Mã thi 100ề