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Trang: 9 thuộc về 10 Doc24.vn1ĐỀTHI MẪU SỐ3 -KỲTHI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2015Môn: Tiếng AnhThời gian làm bài: 90 phút.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest Question 1: A.




subjectiveQuestion 2: A.




askedMark 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 ineach of the following questions.Question3:A. refugeeB.



committee Question 4: A.




journeyQuestion 5:A.

calculation B.


apprehension D.

preferential Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer.Question 6: According to some historians, If Napoleon had not invaded Russia, he _________ the rest of the world.A. had conqueredB.

would conquerC.

would have conqueredD.

conqueredQuestion 7: “Who wrote the poem?”“ It is said written by one of the Bronte sisters”A.to be B.

to being C.

to have been D.

to having beenQuestion 8: Her life was devoted ______ the relief of suffering.A. forB.

in C.


toQuestion 9:I feel _______ I did yesterday.A. much more tired than B.

many more tired thanC.

as many tired as D.

as more tired asQuestion 10: It is very important for a firm or a company to keep ______ the changes in the market.


touch with B.

up with C.

pace of D.

track about Question 11: Jane ______ law for four years now at Harvard.


has been studying B.

is studying C.

studies D.

studied Question 12:____with the size of the whole earth, the highest mountains do not seem high at all.

A If you compare B.

Compare themC.

When compared D.

A comparisonQuestion 13: Not until a monkey is several years old___________to exhibit signs of independence from its mother.A. beginning B.

does it begin C.

and beginD.

it beginsQuestion 14: ____________ to the national park before, Sue was amazed to see the geyser.

Doc24.vn2A. Being not B.

Not having been C.

Have not been D.

Having not beenQuestion 15: Susan’s doctor insists ______ for a few days.


her resting B.

that she rest C.

her to rest D.

that she is restingQuestion 16: Near the park is a famous landmark____ the Unification Palace.A. is B.

which callC.

called D.

it is calledQuestion 17: The forecast has revealed that the world’s reserves of fossil fuel will have ______ by 2015.


taken over B.

caught up C.

used off D.

run outQuestion 18: “Would you like a beer?” “ Not while I’m ___________”A.

in the actB.

in orderC.

on dutyD.

under controlQuestion 19: The opposition will be elected into government at the next election, without a _________ of a doubt.A. shadeB.



hueQuestion 20:.

I’ve never really enjoyed going to the ballet or the opera; they’re not really my_________.A. piece of cakeB.

sweets and candyC.


cup of teaQuestion 21: He failed in the election just because he ___________ his opponent.A. overestimatedB.



underchargedQuestion 22:It was a great _________ to have a doctor living near us.A. convenientB.



conveniencesQuestion 23:Ann and Mathew are talking about the effects of global warming.

Choose the most suitable response to fill in the blank in the following exchange.


“Does the global warming worry you?” -Mathew.

“ __________”.A. What a shame!B.

Oh, it’s hotter and hotterC.

I can’t bear to think about it.D. I don’t like hot weather.Question 24: Nam helps Mai to overcome her difficulty.

Choose the most suitable response to fill in the blank in the following exchange.-Mai: “ Thanks for your help.” -Nam: “ ____________”A.

With all my heartB.

It’s my pleasureC.

Never remind meD.

All it isfor youMark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.Question 25: More than 50 color photos are on display at the exhibitionroom.A.paintingB. showC.


pictureQuestion 26: You must answer the police’s questions truthfully: otherwise, you will get into trouble.

Doc24.vn3A. in a harmful wayB.

as trustingly as you canC.

with a negative attitudeD.

exactly as you canQuestion 27: They aregoing to suffera lot of criticism for increasing bus fare by so much.A. put acrossB.

get intoC.

stand in withD.

come in for.Question 28: She is always diplomaticwhen she deals with angry students.A. strictB.



firmQuestion 29: Her style of dress accentuatedher extreme slenderness.A. revealedB.



emphasizedMark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction.Question 30: When comingback, I saw thatthe shirt I wanted to buyhad sold.A B C DQuestion 31: In very early times, people aroundthe fire were entertainedby storytellers with A B C stories of heroes’ victory andwonderful actions .

D Question 32: Foreign students who are doinga decision about whichschool to attendmay not ABCknow exactly where the choicesare located.DQuestion 33:Thesoldierleapedintothewater sosoonastheshiptouchedtheshore..A B C D Question 34: LastWednesdayIhadanaccidentwhenIwasdrivingtothework.AB CDReadthe followingpassageandmarkthe letterA,B,C,orDonyouranswersheettoindicatethe correctanswertoeachofthequestionsfrom35to44.The Beatles become the most popular group in rock music history.

The quartet of extraordinarily talented musicians generated a phenomenal number of pieces that won gold records.

They inspired a frenzy that transcended countries and economic strata.

While all of them sang, John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote the majority of their songs.

Originally, Lennon and five others formed a group called the Quarrymen in 1956, with McCartney joining them later that year.

George Harrison, John Lennon , and Paul McCartney, together with Stuart Sutcliffe, who played the bass guitar, and Pete Best on the drums, performed together in several bands for a few years, until they finally settled on the Silver Beatles in 1960.

American rock musicians, such as Chuck Berry and ElvisPresley, influenced Lennon’s and McCartney’s music, whose first hits consisted of simple tunes and lyrics about young love, “Love Me Do” and “Please, Please Me”.

The Beatles’ U.S. tour propelled them to stardom and led to two movies A Hard Day’s Night and Help! , filmed in 1964 and 1965.

The so-called British invasion of the United States was in full swing when they took the top five sports on the singles charts, followed by the release of their first film.

Doc24.vn4During the 1960s, their music matured and acquired a sense of melody.

The lyrics of their songs became deeper and gained in both imagination and meaning.

Their popularity continued to grow as the Beatles turned their attention to social problems and political issues in “Nowhere Man” and “Eleanor Rigby”.

Loneliness and nostalgia come through in their ballads “Michelle” and “Yesterday”, which fully displayed the group’ professional developing and sophistication.

Lennon’s sardonic music with lyrics written in the first person, and McCartney’s songs that create scenarios with off beat individuals, contributed to the character of the music produced by the group.

In addition to their music, the Beatles set a social trend that popularized long hair, Indian music, and mod dress.For a variety of reasons, the musicians began to drift apart, and their last concert took place in San Francisco in 1966.

The newspaper and tabloids publicized their quarrels and lawsuits, and the much idolized group finally disbanded in 1970.

However, their albums had outsold those of any other band in history.

Although all of the Beatles continued to perform solo or form of rock groups, alone, none could achieve the recognition and success that they had been associated together.35.What does the passage mainly discuss?A.

The history andmusic of the BeatlesB.

The history and milestones of rock musicC.

The fashion and music popular in the 1960sD.

The creation and history of a music group36.According to the passage, how many members were in the band, formed in 1956?A.


FiveC.SixD. Seven37.According to the passage, which of the Beatles had the greatest musical talent?A.

John Lennon and Paul McCartneyB.

George Harrison and John Lennon C.

Stuart Sutcliffe and Pete Best D.

John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison 38.The author of the passage implies that the BeatlesA.

competed with American musiciansB.

wrote their music as a groupC.

became popular relatively quicklyD.

were active in social movements39.According to the passage, the Beatles’ fame grew as a result ofA.

Chuck Berry’s involvementB.

their American tourC.

two movies made in the U.S.D. their first two hits40.The author of the passage implies that over time, the music and lyrics by the BeatlesA.

became more complex than at the beginning of their career B.

declined in quality and political significanceC.

were dedicated to women named Eleanor and MichelleD.

made them the richest musicians in the world41.The word “acquired” is closet in meaning toA.


attached C.


attained42.According to the passage, when did the Beatles experience their greatest success?A.

In the late 1950sB.

After their break-up in 1970C.

During the early and mid-1960sD.

Throughout their lifetimes43.The word “scenarios” is closet in meaning to Doc24.vn5A. sceneriesB.


life storiesD.

love themes44.According to the passage, how did Lennon and McCartney enhance the music of the group?A.They struggled to reach stardom in the United StatesB.They composed lyrics to scornful songs and balladsC.Their music added distinctiveness to the Beatles’ repertoireD.Their loneliness and sadness made their music popular Readthe followingpassageandmarkthe letterA,B,C,orDonyouranswersheettoindicatethe correctanswertoeachofthequestionsfrom45to54.The development of jazz can be seen as part of the larger continuum of American popular music, especially dance music.

In the twenties, jazz became the hottest new (3) thing in dancemusic, much as ragtime had at the turn of the century, and aswouldrhythm and blues in the fifties, rock in the fifties, and disco in the seventies.But two characteristics distinguish jazz from other dance music.

The first is improvisation, the changing of a musical phrase according to the player's inspiration.Like all artists, jazz musicians strive for an individual style, and the (8)improvise or paraphrased is a jazz musician's main opportunity to display his or her individuality.

In early jazz, musicians often improvised melodies collectively, thus creating a kind of polyphony.

There was little soloing as such, although some New Orleans players, particularly cornet player Buddy Bolden, achieved local fame for their ability to improvise a solo.

Later the idea of the chorus-long or multichorus solo took hold.

Louis Armstrong's instrumental brilliance, demonstrated through (14) extended solos, was a major influence in this development.Even in the early twenties, however, some jazz bands had featured soloists.

Similarly, show orchestras and carnival bands often included one or two such "get-off"musicians.

Unimproved, completely structured jazz does exist, but the ability of (18) the best jazz musicians to create music of great cohesionand beauty during performance has been a hallmark of the music and its major source of inspiration and change.The second distinguishing characteristic of jazz is a rhythmic drive that was initiallycalled "hot" and later "swing".

In playing hot , a musician consciouslydeparts from strict meter to create a relaxed sense of phrasing that also emphasizes (24) the underlying rhythms.("Rough" tone and use of moderate vibrato also contributed to a hot sound .) Not all jazz is hot, however, many early bands played unadornedpublished arrangements of popular songs.

Still, the proclivity to play hot distinguished the jazz musician from other instrumentalists.

45.The passage answers which of the following questions?A.which early jazz musicians most Influenced rhythm and blues music?B.What are the differences between jazz and other forms of music?C.Why Is dancing closely related to popular music in the United States?D.What Instruments comprised a typical jazz band of the 1920's?46.

Which of the following preceded jazz as a popular music for dancing?A.DiscoB.RockC.Rhythm and bluesD.Ragtime47. According to the passage, jazz musicians are able to demonstrate their individual artistry mainly by? Doc24.vn6A.creating musical variations while performingB.preparing musical arrangementsC.reading music with great skillD.being able to play all types of popular music48.

Which of the following was the function of "get-off" musicians (line 16)?A.Assist the other band members in packing up after a performanceB.Teach dance routines created for new musicC.Lead the bandD.Provide solo performances in a band or orchestra49.

The word "cohesion" in line 18 is closest in meaning to A.sorrowB.fameC.unityD.vibration50. The word "initially" in line 22 is closest in meaning to A.at firstB.shortlyC.alphabeticallyD.in fact51.

The word "consciously" in line 22 is closest in meaning toA.carelesslyB.easilyC.periodicallyD.purposely52. The word "unadorned" in line 26 is closest in meaning toA.lovelyB.plainC.disorganizedD.inexpensive53. Which of the following terms is defined in the passage?A."improvisation" (line 6)B."polyphony" (line 10)C."cornet player"(line 11)D."multichorus"(line 12)54.

The topic of the passage is developed primarily by means of A.dividing the discussion into two major areasB.presenting contrasting points of viewC.providing biographies of famous musicianD.describing historical events in sequenceRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, orD to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks from 55 to 64.THE POWER OF NATUREYou can read some tips on how to complete a multiple choice cloze test if you turn the page.

Be careful not to read the answers to the exercise.

The wind controls our planet's weather and climate, but how much do we understand about this complex force, which can kill and spread fear? On the night of 15 October 1987, the south of England was struck by the (55) ................ winds it had known for over two hundred years.

(56) ................ of over 130 km/h blew through the region.

Nineteen people were killed, £1.5 billion-worth of (57) ................ was caused and 19 million trees were (58) ................ in just a few hours.

Although people thought of this as a hurricane, the winds of 1987 were only (59) ................ storm force.

They are far better known than the much more serious storms of 25 January 1990, when most of Britain was hit by daytime winds of up to 173 km/h.

On this (60) ................, Doc24.vn747 people were killed, even though, unlike in 1987, the weatherforecasters issued accurate (61) ................ (62) ................ weather events such as these are dramatic reminders of the power of the wind.

It is one part of the weather that people generally do not (63) ................ a second thought to, but across the world the wind (64) ................ a crucial role in people's lives.55. A.
















blown downB.

cut downC.

knocked downD.

blown up59.













warningsC .newsD. signs62.















doesWRITING Part I.

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence printed before it.

Question 65:Friendly though he may seem, he's not to be trusted.=> However _____________________________________________________Question 66: “You're always making terrible mistakes”, said the teacher.=>The teacher complained__________________________________________Question 67: They think the owner of the house is abroad.=> The owner____________________________________________________Question 68: I am sure he badly needed the money.=>He must ______________________________________________________Question 69: We bought two bicycles.

Neither of them worked well.=> We _________________________________________________________Part II.

Write a paragraph of about 140 words to talk about your home life.----------THE END----------ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀTHI MẪU SỐ3 -KỲTHI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2015Môn: Tiếng AnhPHẦN TRẮC NGHIỆM (8 điểm) Câu sốĐáp án Câu sốĐáp án Câu sốĐáp án 1 D23 C45 B (guess from the passage) Doc24.vn82 D 24 B46 D (line 3)3 A25 B47 A (line 7)4 B26 D48 D (line 16)5 B27 D49 C (line 18)6 C28 C50 A (line 22)7 C29 D51 D (line 22)8 D30 D52 B (line 26)9 A31 D53 A (line 6)10 B32 A54 A (read the passage)11 A33 C55 C12 C34 D56 D13 B35 A57 D14 B36 D58 A15 B37 A59 B16 C38 C60 A17 C39 B61 B18 D40 A62 A19 B41 D63 D20 D42 C64 C21 B43 B22 B44 CPHẦN VIẾT (2 điểm) I (0,5 điểm) Câu 65:Friendly though he may seem, he's not to be trusted.=> However friendly he seems, he's not to be trusted.Câu66: “You're always making terrible mistakes”, said the teacher.=> The teacher complained about his students making terrible mistakes.Câu67: They think the owner of the house is abroad.

Doc24.vn9=> The ownerof the house is thought to be abroad.Câu68: I am sure he badly needed the money.=> He must have badly been in need of the moneyCâu69: We bought two bicycles.

Neither of them worked well.=> We bought two bicycles, neither of which worked wellPart II.

Write a paragraph of about 140 words to talk about your home life.(1,5 điểm) Mô tảtiêu chí đánh giá Điểm tối đa 1.Bốcục 0,40 oCâu đềdẫn chủđềmạch lạcoBốcục hợp lí rõ ràng phù hợp yêu cầu của đềbài oBốcục uyển chuyển từmởbài đến kết luận 2.Phát triển ý 0,25 oPhát triển ý có trình tựlogic oCó dẫn chứng, ví dụ, ... đủđểbảo vệý kiến của mình 3.Sửdụng ngôn từ0,30 oSửdụng ngôn từphù hợp nội dungoSửdụng ngôn từđúng văn phong/ thểloại oSửdụng từnối các ý cho bài viết uyển chuyển 4.Nội dung 0,30 oĐủthuyết phục người đọcoĐủdẫn chứng, ví dụ, lập luận oĐộdài: Sốtừkhông nhiều hơn hoặc ít hơn so với quy định 5% 5.Ngữpháp, dấu câu, và chính tả: 0,25 Doc24.vn10oSửdụng đúng dấu câuoChính tả: Viết đúng chính tảLỗi chính tảgây hiểu nhầm/ sai lệch ý sẽbịtính một lỗi (trừ1% điểm của bài viết) Cùng một lỗi chính tảlặp lại chỉtính là một lỗi oSửdụng đúng thời, thể, cấu trúc câu đúng ngữpháp.