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Đề thi thử THPT Quốc Gia môn Tiếng Anh số 59 của LTTK Education

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    Tác giả: LTTK CTV
    Đăng lúc: 27/2/19
    Đề bài
    Mark the letter A, B, C or D 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
    . programs B. individuals
    C. subjects D. celebrations
    Question 2.
    A
    . delivered B. visited
    C. crooked D. recommended
    Mark the letter A, B, C or D 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 3.
    A.
    combination B. understand
    C. scientific D. astronomy
    Question 4.
    A.
    attract B. labor
    C. sociable D. wildlife
    Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
    Question 5.
    My brother a lot of things for the past five years.
    A. does B. did
    C. is doing D. has done
    Question 6. The number of students attending the conference yesterday fifty-five.
    A. is B. are
    C. was D. were
    Question 7. They have adiscussion on biology last night.
    A. bore B. boredom
    C. boring D. bored
    Question 8. Her grandfather’s illness waswe thought at first.
    A. more seriously as B. as seriously as
    C. more serious than D. as serious than
    Question 9. The woman askedget lunch at school.
    A. can the children
    B. whether the children could
    C. if the children can
    D. could the children
    Question 10. The factory is saidin a fire two years ago.
    A. being destroyed
    B. to be destroyed
    C. to have destroyed
    D. to have been destroyed
    Question 11. She reads newspaper everyday to look for a vacant positions which she can apply.
    A. to B. with
    C. at D. for
    Question 12. I saw your school’s in today’s edition of Viet Nam News.
    A. advertiser B. advertisement
    C. advertising D. advertise
    Question 13. Many children are under such a high of learning that they do not feel happy at school.
    A. recommendation B. interview
    C. pressure D. concentration
    Question 14. I can’t this noise any longer. I’m going to write a letter of complaint to the local authority about this problem.
    A. put up with B. take away from
    C. get back to D. make out of
    Question 15.you, I’d think twice about that decision.
    A. Should I be B. If I am
    C. Had I been D. Were I
    Question 16. It is important that Mrs Hoa Mr Nam of the meeting tomorrow.
    A. remind B. reminds
    C. must remind D. will remind
    Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
    Question 17.
    Billy, come and give me a hand with cooking.
    A. help B. prepare
    C. be busy D. attempt
    Question 18. Pollution will increase to catastrophic levels unless we develop cleaner power sources.
    A. low B. disastrous
    C. advanced D. elementary
    Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
    Question 19.
    “Mary, I think these clothes are inappropriate for this important celebration.”
    A. suitable B. improper
    C. attractive D. available
    Question 20. This puzzle is a piece of cake; I can do it with my eyes closed.
    A. very difficult
    B. easy enough
    C. rather boring
    D. quite understandable
    Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable respone to complete each of the following exchanges.
    Question 21.
    - Louisa: “Oh, no! I left my book at home. Can I share yours?”
    - Will: “ .”
    A. Yes, I do too B. No, thanks
    C. No, not at all D. Yes, sure!
    Question 22. - Mary: “Your new hairstyle is quite attractive!”
    - Sheila: “ . I think it makes me look 10 years older.”
    A. Yes, I’m proud of myself
    B. Say it again. I like to hear your words
    C. That’s a good idea
    D. You’ve got be kidding
    Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
    Question 23.
    A conductor uses signals and gestures to let the musicians to know when to play various parts of composition.
    A. the musicians B. to play
    C. uses D. to know
    Question 24. Communication is the act of transferring information throughneither verbal messages or non-verbal signals.
    A. through B. neither
    C. transferring D. Communication
    Question 25. From the documents, the interviewer will have some insight intoyour social skills, work motivation, and keen for the job.
    A. documents B. into
    C. motivation D. keen
    Mark the letter A,B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
    Question 26.
    This is the first time I have attended such an enjoyable wedding party.
    A. The first wedding party I attended was enjoyable.
    B. My attendance at the first wedding party was enjoyable.
    C. I have never attended such an enjoyable wedding party before.
    D. I had the first enjoyable wedding party.
    Question 27. Provided your handwriting is legible, the examiner will accept your answer.
    A. Although the examiner cannot read your handwriting, he will accept your answer.
    B. Whatever your handwriting, the examiner will accept your answer.
    C. The examiner will accept your answer if your handwriting is beautiful.
    D. So long as the examiner can read your handwriting, he will accept your answer.
    Question 28. “Why don’t you get your hair cut, Gavin?” Said Adam .
    A. Adam advised Gavin to cut his hair.
    B. Gavin was suggested to have a haircut.
    C. It was suggestible that Adam get Gavin’s haircut.
    D. Adam suggested that Gavin should have his haircut.
    Mark the letter A,B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
    Question 29.
    He had saved a lot of money. He travelled to Australia.
    A. Travelling to Australia needs a lot of money.
    B. Having saved a lot of money, he travelled to Australia.
    C. To save a lot of money, he travelled to Australia.
    D. Travelling to Australia costs him a lot of money.
    Question 30. The situation was embarrassing. She did not know what to do.
    A. It was such an embarrassing situation; however, she did not know what to do.
    B. So embarrassing the situation was that she did not know what to do.
    C. She did not know what to do, though it was not an embarrassing situation.
    D. So embarrassing was the situation that she did not know what to do.
    Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrases that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
    Ever since it was first possible to make a real robot, people have been hoping for the invention of a machine that would do all the necessary jobs around the house. If boring and repetitive factory work could be (31) by robots, why not boring and repetitive household chores too?
    For a long time the only people who really gave the problem their attention were amateur inventors And they came up against a major difficulty. That is, housework is (32)very complex. It has never been one job it has always been many. A factor robot carries (33) one task endlessly until it is reprogrammed to do something else. It doesn’t run the whole factory. A housework robot on the other hand, has to do several different types of cleaning and carrying jobs and also has to cope with all the different shapes and positions of rooms, furniture, ornaments, cats and dogs.
    (34) , there have been some developments recently. Sensors are available to help the robot locate objects and avoid obstacles. We have the technology to produce the hardware. All that is missing the software- the programs (35) will operate the machine
    Question 31.
    A.
    managed B. made
    C. succeeded D. given
    Question 32.
    A.
    actually B. likely
    C. seriously D. hardly
    Question 33.
    A.
    away B. out
    C. over D. off
    Question 34.
    A.
    Moreover B. However
    C. Although D. Besides
    Question 35.
    A.
    who B. what
    C. that D. where
    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.
    When we moved to our new house near the sea, I was eight years old. Even before that I had spent every summer messing about on boats. My dad had taught me to sail before I learnt to ride a bike so I knew how I wanted to spend my time at the new house- I was going to get my own boat and sail it everyday. The house was only a few metres from the water's edge, and in rough weather the waves would come crashing into the front garden. I used to sit with my nose pressed to the glass, fascinated by the power of the ocean. I grew up watching the skies to see if it was going to rain; would I be going sailing that afternoon or not?
    Of course I sometimes wished I could live in the town like my friends. I used to get irritated with my parents, who had taken early retirement because they seemed incapable of getting anywhere on time. Dad drove me the eight miles to school everyday, but I was often late because he had been walking on the cliffs earlier in the morning and had lost track of time. When I was taking my university entrance exams, I used to stay over at a friend‟s in town, just in case. All in all, I was lucky to grow up by the sea and I still love to sail.
    Question 36. At the age of eight, the writer's house was .
    A. in the town B. by the sea
    C. on boat D. under the mountain
    Question 37. The word “rough” is closest in meaning to .
    A. careful B. forceful
    C. easy D. mild
    Question 38. The writer's father retired early because .
    A. he walked on the cliffs every morning
    B. he lost track of time
    C. he had to drive his kid to school everyday
    D. he was unable to get anywhere on time
    Question 39. The following are true EXCEPT.
    A. the waves came crashing into the writer's front garden in bad weather
    B. the write moved to a new house when he was 8
    C. the writer didn't know how to sail
    D. the distance from the writer's house to school was 8 miles
    Question 40. Growing up by the sea, the writer felt.
    A. unlucky B. irritated
    C. excited D. lucky
    Question 41. The writer learnt to sail.
    A. before learning to ride a bike
    B. when his family moved to a new house
    C. before going to school
    D. when he was eight
    Question 42. When taking the university entrance exams,.
    A. the writer's family moved to a new house by the sea
    B. the writer had to live in a friend's house
    C. the weather was terrible
    D. the writer's father drove him/ her to university
    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.
    Not very long ago, when people needed to find a job, there were several possible steps. They might begin with a look through the classified ads in the newspaper. They could go to the personnel office at various companies and fill out an application, or they could go to an employment agency. They could even find out about a job opening through word-of-mouth - from another person who had heard about it.
    These days, job hunting is more complicated. The first step is to determine what kind of job you want (which sounds easier than it is) and make sure that you have the right education for it. Rapid changes in technology and science are creating many professions that never existed until recently. It is important to learn about them because one might be the perfect profession for you. The fastest-growing areas for new jobs are in computer technology and health services. Jobs in these fields usually require specific skills, but you need to find out exactly which degrees are necessary. For example, it may be surprising to learn that in the sciences, an M.S. is more marketable than a Ph.D! In other words, there are more jobs available for people with a Master of Science degree than for people with a doctorate (however, people who want to do research still need a Ph.D.)
    How do people learn about "hot" new professions? How do they discover their "dream job"? Many people these days go to a career counselor. In some countries, job hopping has become so common that career counseling is now "big business". People sometimes spend large amounts of money for this advice. In Canada and the United States, high school and college students often have access to free vocational counseling services on campus. There is even a career organization, the Five O'Clock Club, which helps members to set goals. Members focus on this question: what sort of person do you want to be years from now? The members then plan their career around that goal. All career counselors - private or public - agree on one basic point: it is important for people to find a career that they love. Everyone should be able to think, "I'm having such a good time. I can't believe they're paying me to do this.”
    (Adpted from “Interaction 2 Reading”, Pamela Hartmann & Elaine Kim, Mc Graw Hill)
    Question 43. The phrase “through word-of-mouth” in the first paragraph probably means .
    A. via phone B. visually
    C. in person D. orally
    Question 44. According to the second paragraph, why is it important for us to learn about various professions?
    A. Since more jobs are available for people with a Master of Science Degree.
    B. As technological advances have created new professions.
    C. Because jobs in computer technology and health services are popular.
    D. So as not to miss the profession that is perfect for us.
    Question 45. Why does the author mention the steps of job hunting in the past in the first paragraph?
    A. To define the process of job hunting.
    B. To indicate that the process of job hunting stays the same over time.
    C. To emphasize that job hunting is becoming more complex at present.
    D. To explain the important of a job opening.
    Question 46. According to the last paragraph, career counselling is now a “big business” due to .
    A. the increasing popularity of job hopping
    B. the large amount of money of job advice
    C. the appearance of “hot” new professions
    D. the discovery of “dream jobs”
    Question 47. The word “marketable” as used in the second paragraph could be best replaced by .
    A. wanted B. well-paid
    C. beneficial D. profitable
    Question 48. The word “them” in the second paragraph refers to.
    A. degrees B. skills
    C. areas D. professionals
    Question 49. According to the second paragraph, all of the following steps are mentioned in hunting jobs today EXCEPT .
    A. getting information about necessary skills or degrees
    B. doing a Ph.D degree
    C. deciding on a profession
    D. learning about different professions
    Question 50. It can be inferred from the passage that what determine one’s success in job hunting is .
    A. his or her degrees or skills
    B. his or her choices of employment agencies
    C. discovery of his or her own dream job
    D. his or her career counsellors
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