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Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia môn Tiếng Anh năm 2016 trường THPT Chuyên Phan Bội Châu, Nghệ An

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Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia môn Tiếng Anh năm 2016 trường THPT Chuyên Phan Bội Châu, Nghệ An I. PHẦN TRẮC NGHIỆM:Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet toindicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from to10.The future of the daily newspaper is in danger. With changes in people's reading habits and financial concerns, itseems that more and more of us are turning (1)............from the traditional daily newspaper as means of getting ourinformation and going online or to TV news for the headlines and main stories instead. Does this mean thatnewspaper will (2)............become thing of the past?Many experts believe that newspapers will survive in some form in the future (3)............the convenience of theinternet, their main rival. The main reason for thinking this is that large percentage of the population is (4)............35and has strong newspaper reading habit. For many of these people, reading newspapers is not simply way ofgetting the information about (5)............events but part of traditional routine. For them, catching up with the mainstories electronically from news websites or TV news broadcast will never be real substitute for turning the pages ofa paper on the train or at the table.However the main competition for newspapers (6)............from their own online version. Access to these is currentlyfree of charge but for how much longer? Many newspaper corporations are (7)............that the only way forward for allnewspapers is to charge customers to read the online versions. Apparently, surveys (8)............that as many as 48%ofBritish and American consumers are prepared to pay for this service, although they are not prepared to pay very(9)............! Would you be willing to pay for online access to news websites or should it continue to be free foreveryone? Can you (10)............a world without newspapers?Question 1: A.out B. over C. away D. forwardQuestion 2: A. shortly B. next C. lately D. earlyQuestion 3: A.although B. however C. despite D. butQuestion 4: A. over B. more C. after D. furtherQuestion 5: A.modern B. current C. late D. ultimateQuestion 6: A. gets B. goes C. gives D. comesQuestion 7: A. accepted B. insisted C. convinced D. chosenQuestion 8: A.tell B. show C. allow D. describeQuestion 9: A. lot B. much C. largely D. enoughQuestion 10:A. imagine B. predict C. believe D. fancyMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlinedpart differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.Question 11: A. appall ed B. dedicat ed C. design ed D. injur edQuestion 12: A. comp titor B. dal C. vel D. velopmentMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to to indicate the word that differs fromthe other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following question.Question 13: A. economics B. occupation C. sentimental D. traditionalQuestion 14: A. discussion B. character C. expensive D. assistantQuestion 15: A. secure B. vacant C. oblige D. equipMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each ofthe following questions.Question 16: Vietnam's renowned rocker Tran Lap, ................. died of cancer on 17 March 2016, will be honoredwith posthumous medal for his contribution to the country's music industryA.that B. who C. whom D. whoseQuestion 17: If you................. away, I'll send for the police at once.A. don't go B. not go C. didn't go D. hadn'tQuestion 18: ............ her doctor warned her, Carol has continued to smoke nearly three packs of cigarettes day.A.despite B. despite of C. in spite D. even thoughQuestion 19: She passed me on the street without speaking. She .................meA.Mustn't see B. can't seeC. mustn't have seen D. can't have seenQuestion 20: The city Parks Department is putting in several miles of new trails because so many people have saidthat they enjoy...............on them.A. walking B. being walked C. to walk D. to be walkedQuestion 21: My new glasses cost me ......................the last pair that bought last month.A. more than three times B. more three times thanC. three times as much as D. as much three times asQuestion 22: This young tree could not have been damaged by accident. believe it was done .............A. in fact B. on purpose C. by appointment D. by planQuestion 23: The stage designed was out of this ..............but unfortunately the acting was not so impressive.A. moon B. planet C. world D. earthQuestion 24: "Good, thanks. Listen, am having birthday party next Friday. Do you want to come?" "............."A. Sure, I'd love to! B. Yes, why not.C. Yes, thank you. What time? D. That's alright!Question 25: While Charlie Puth ..........the rose bush in the back yard, the phone rang.A. had been watering B. wateringC. watered D. was wateringQuestion 26: ......................to the Senate than he began to face some of the realities of being U.S. senator: theheavy work load; maintaining two households, being away from his family.A. No sooner had Obama been elected B. No sooner Obama had been electedC. No sooner had Obama elected D. No sooner Obama had electedQuestion 27: Jane has bought .......... sleeping bagA. an ugly small old black plastic B. an ugly old small plasticC. small ugly black old plastic D. black ugly plasticQuestion 28: We are in an unbalanced situation when women ..................over 75% of our staff.A.contract B. cover C. consist D. compriseQuestion 29: In "Descendants of the Sun" soldier Yoo Shi Jin (Song Joong-Ki) falls in love with surgeon Kang MoYeon (Song Hye-Kyo) in Uruk, which is an .................country at war.A.Imaginative B. imagining C. imaginary D. imaginableQuestion 30: "Thank you for taking the time to come here in person." ".........................."A. I'd love to come. What time? B. It's my pleasureC. Do you have time for some gossip? D. don't know what time that person comesQuestion 31: Beware of the people who appear to be enthusiastic ......... your successA.of B. with C. about D. onQuestion 32: Many elderly people have to live on the money they ......... when they were workingA. laid up B. put back C. set up D. put asideQuestion 33: It was with ................. heart that she said goodbye to all her classmates.A. solemn B. heavy C. dismal D. grimQuestion 34: There are other hobbies that indulge......... for while.A. in B. on C. at D. ofRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet toindicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 35 to 44.Bird migration is one of the most interesting yet least understood natural phenomena Every fall birds fromnorthern latitudes fly in groups to the warmer southern latitudes and then return north in the spring. Scientists agreeon the main reasons for migration: to follow the food supply and to avoid harsh climate conditions. For example,insects disappear during the cold months, prompting insect-dependent birds to fly south to warm areas where insectsbreed. No similar consensus has emerged, however, about how birds are able to navigate. Despite many recentexperiments, bird experts still do not know how birds arrive at the same destinations every year and then find theirway back home in the spring.Some have suggested that birds find their way by following landmarks, such as rivers and mountain ranges.Experiments have confirmed that some species do follow such topographic features. But that method cannot explainhow some birds travel at night. Other studies show that some nocturnal birds navigate by the stars. But thatexplanation cannot explain daytime migration or travel when the skies are cloudy.The most popular explanation currently is that birds are guided by Earth's magnetic poles. The mechanism by whichthat works has not yet been proved. One theory points to the fact that some birds' contain magnetite, naturallyoccurring magnetic compound consisting of iron oxide. Magnetite has been found in many animals, including birds.With magnets embedded in their brains, birds would be able to sense the magnetic fields of the North and SouthPoles.A recent experiment with homing pigeons provided some evidence that magnetite does play crucial role inmigration. Homing pigeons are known to have the ability to return to their homes after being taken hundreds ofmiles away. Researchers found that they could train homing pigeons to recognize changes in magnetic field. Whena surrounding magnetic field was normal, the birds would gather at one end of cage. But when the field's polaritywas altered they hopped to the other end, suggesting that they were directing and responding to changes in themagnetic field.Another theory has been offered to explain this sensitivity to magnetic poles, theory that draws upon quantummechanics, which is the study of how particles move inside an atom. It relies on the fact that electrons come in pairsthat orbits the nucleus of an atom. The two electrons spin in opposite directions, creating two magnets that neutralizeeach other. But when molecules split and react with other molecules to form compounds, the electrons pairs may nolonger spin in opposite directions. Instead, they may repel each other, as when two north ends of magnets arepressed together. The electrons struggle to change direction in order to achieve stable state in which the twoelectrons again neutralize each other, giving off no magnetic field.Question 35: The word "phenomena" in the passage is closest in meaning toA. events B. trends C. discoveries D. theoriesQuestion 36: According to paragraph 1, insects influence bird migration in which of the following ways?A. insects generate magnetic field that birds can detectB. Insects provide food supply that exists only in warm climatesC. Birds follow the paths taken by flying insectsD. birds know when to migrate by sudden increase in insect populationQuestion 37: The word "some" in the passage refers toA. insects B. recent experiments C. bird experts D. birdsQuestion 38: According to paragraph 3, birds can detect the magnetic fields of the North and South poles becauseA. they sense the motion of electron pairsB. they can locate the poles by following landmarksC. they ingest metal particles that are attracted by the polesD. they have magnetite in their brainsQuestion 39: The word "embedded" in the passage is closest in meaning toA. implanted B. attached C. attracted D. activatedQuestion 40: The author discusses "homing pigeons" in paragraph in order toA. provide an example of how humans can train birdsB. describe an experiment showing the importance of magnetiteC. show that homing pigeons return home by following landmarksD. report homing pigeons' behavior inside cageQuestion 41: According to the passage, all of the following are theories about how birds navigate EXCEPT:A. They follow landmarks like rivers and mountainsB. They are guided by their position relative to the starsC. They feel vibrations in nerve endings in their brainsD. They respond to changes in lightQuestion 42: According to paragraph 4, the pigeons moved to the opposite end of cage becauseA. The magnetic field was normalB. The magnetic field was stronger at one endC. The magnetic field changed its polarityD. The magnetic field was removedQuestion 43: The word "altered" in the passage is closest in meaning toA. reversed B. cancelled C. strengthened D. detectedQuestion 44: Which of the following can be inferred about an electron pair in two north ends of magnets?A. The two electrons spin in opposite directionsB. One electron will move to the south endC. One electron will be captured by the nucleusD. 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