Đề thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT 2020 - Trường THPT Chuyên Hùng Vương (Gia Lai) lần 1

7/20/2020 4:00:00 PM
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • rough
  • touchy
  • southern
  • coup
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • attacked
  • stopped
  • decided

  • searched
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • protect
  • direct
  • access
  • assess
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • procedure
  • applicant
  • syllabus
  • recipe

You haven't seen Mary today, _____?

  • have you
  • haven't you
  • have not you
  • do you

I am planning _____ Da Lat next week.

  • visit
  • visiting
  • visited
  • to visit

If I weren't afraid of traveling by air, _____ to go to American by ship, which took me much longer time.

  • I hadn't had
  • I wouldn't have had
  • I shouldn't have had
  • I wouldn't have

I saw many houses _____ by the storm.

  • were destroyed
  • destroyed
  • which destroyed
  • destroying

_____ the weather forecast spoke of wind and rain, we really enjoyed a warm and sunny afternoon.

  • However
  • Although
  • Yet
  • But

_____, Joe stays in bed and reads magazines.

  • Whenever it rained
  • As it will be raining
  • When it will rain
  • Whenever it rains

I waited for you _____ half an hour and then decided that you weren't coming.

  • at
  • in
  • on
  • for

You need to be more _____ if you want to become a novelist.

  • imaginary
  • imagination
  • imaginative
  • imaginatively

Time and neglect had _____ the property.

  • deteriorated
  • enhanced
  • flourished
  • acclimatized

We must push the piano to the corner of the hall to _____ our party tonight.

  • make place for
  • take up room to
  • give place to
  • make room for

I didn't _____ my stepmother at first, but after a while, we grew closer.

  • take to
  • look up
  • look forward
  • come across

My boss is angry with me. I didn't do all the work that I _____ last week.

  • should do
  • should have done
  • must have done
  • might have done

_____ at his lessons, he couldn't catch up with his classmates.

  • Hardly as he worked
  • Hard as he worked
  • Hard as he does
  • Hard as he was

The U.S. President Barack Obama _____ an official visit to Vietnam in May 2016, which is of great significance to the comprehensive bilateral partnership.

  • delivered
  • paid
  • offered
  • gave

Mrs. Hoa was born and brought up in Tuy Phuoc district and knows it like the _____.

  • nose on her face
  • tip of the tongue
  • back of her hand
  • hair on her head

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).

I knew he was only flattering me because he wanted to borrow some money from me.

  • making me inpatient
  • praising me too much
  • making me feel worse
  • elevating me

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).

The government are trying to play down their involvement in the affair.

  • blow up
  • explode
  • look down
  • soften

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).

She decided to remain celibate and devote her life to helping the homeless and orphans.

  • divorced
  • married
  • single
  • separated

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).

I'm always on pins and needles, waiting to get my tests back.

  • anxious
  • unworried
  • unhappy
  • uneasy

Hoa and Nam are talking about the Vietnamese culture.

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

Nam: "_____. Many old-aged parents like to lead independent life in a nursing home."

  • I can't agree with you more
  • It's nice to hear that
  • I don't think so
  • There is no doubt about it

Two friends Mai and Hoa are talking about their upcoming exams.

Mai: "Our monthly tests will start next Saturday, are you ready?"

Hoa: "_____."

  • God save you
  • I'm half ready
  • Thank you so much
  • Don't mention it

Read the text and choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.

Here are the tips that help success in your job interview.
 
Always arrive early. If you do not know the organization is located, call for exact directions in advance. Leave some extra time for any traffic, parking, or unexpected events. If you are running late, call right away and let someone know. The best time to arrive is approximately- 10 minutes early. Give yourself the time to read your resume one more time, to catch our breath, and to be ready for the interview.
 
Once you are at the office, treat everyone you encounter with respect. Be to everyone as soon as you walk in the door. Wear a professional business suit. This point should be emphasized enough. First  are extremely important in the interview process. Women should not wear too much jewelry or makeup. Men should flashy suits or wearing too much perfume. It is also important that you feel comfortable. While a suit is the standard interview attire in a business environment, if you think it is an informal environment, call before and ask. , you can never be overdressed if you wearing a tailored suit.

Read the following passage then choose the best answer to each question below.

The coronavirus is usually transmitted by droplets, such as those produced when coughing and sneezing, and by direct or indirect contact with secretions infected by the virus. The virus may also shed in blood, urine, and faces, and, therefore, there is potential for transmission through contact with a wide range of bodily fluids. Certainly, person-to-person spread has been confirmed in community and healthcare settings across Asia and into Europe. There is also a possibility that asymptomatic carriers may be able to infect people. Public Health England (PHE) has classified the COVID-19 infection as an airborne, high consequence infectious disease (HCID) in the UK.
 
The application of infection prevention and control (IPC) principles are already widely used by healthcare professionals within hospital and community settings to both prevent the spread of infections and to control outbreaks when they do occur. The WHO has issued interim guidance regarding IPC when COVID - 19 is suspected. This advice is echoed by guidance Issued by PHE.
 
PHE suggests the coronavirus may pose complications, such as illness pneumonia or severe acute respiratory infection. It also suggests that patients with long-term conditions or are immune compromised are at risk of these complications. It is important that as first-line staff, midwives are also familiar with the recommended IPC principles and measures, and ensure they have the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when caring for a patient with suspected COVID-19.
Which could be the best title for the passage?
  • Problems Related to the Coronavirus
  • Epidemic Situation in England by Coronavirus
  • Advice for Those Who Infected with Coronavirus
  • Coronavirus Transmission and Prevention
According to the passage, the coronavirus can be found in all of the following except _____.
  • blood
  • clothes
  • urine
  • faces

The word "interim" in paragraph 2 mostly means _____.

  • temporary
  • everlasting
  • permanent
  • effective
Which of the following is TRUE about those with long-term conditions as stated in the passage?
  • They can work in the WHO.
  • They are employees of Public Health England.
  • They are at risk of illness pneumonia or severe respiratory infection.
  • They can work as first-line staff like midwives.
The word "It" in the last paragraph refers to _____.
  • the coronavirus
  • illness pneumonia
  • PHE
  • severe acute respiratory infection

Read the following passage then choose the best answer to each question below.

Because geologists have long indicated that fossil fuels will not last indefinitely, the U.S government finally acknowledged that sooner or later other energy sources would be needed and, as a result, turned its attention to nuclear power. It was anticipated that nuclear power plants could supply electricity in such large amounts and so inexpensively that they would be integrated into an economy in which electricity would take over virtually all fuel-generating functions at nominal cost. Thus, the government subsidized the promotion of commercial nuclear power plants and authorized their construction by utility companies. In the 1960s and early 1970s, the public accepted the notion of electricity being generated by nuclear power plants in or near residential areas. By 1975, 54 plants were fully operational, supplying II percent of the nation's electricity, and another 167 plants were at various stages of planning and construction. Officials estimated that by 1990 hundreds of plants would be online, and by the turn of the century, as many as 1000 plants would be in working order.
 
Since 1975, this outlook and this estimation have changed drastically, and many utilize have canceled existing orders. In some cases, construction was terminated even after billions of dollars had already been invested. After being completed and licensed at a cost of almost $6 billion, the Shoreham Power Plant on Long Island was turned over to the state of New York to be dismantled without ever having generated electric power. The reason was that residents and state authorities deemed that there was no possibility of evacuating residents from the area should an accident occur.
 
Just 68 of those plants underway in 1975 have been completed, and another 3 are still under construction. Therefore, it appears that in the mid1990s 124 nuclear power plants in the nation will be in operation, generating about 18 percent of the nation's electricity, a figure that will undoubtedly decline as relatively outdated plants are shut down.
What was initially planned for the nation's fuel supply?
  • Expansion and renovation of existing fuel-generating plants.
  • Creation of additional storage capacities for fossil fuels.
  • Conversion of the industry and the economy to nuclear power.
  • Development of an array of alternative fuel and power sources.
How does the author describe the attitude of the population in regard to nuclear power as fuel in the early to the mid-1970s?
  • Apprehensive
  • Ambivalent
  • Receptive
  • Resentful

In paragraph 1, the word "nominal" is closest in meaning to _____.

  • so-called
  • minimal
  • exorbitant
  • inflated

In paragraph 2, the phrase "this outlook" refers to _____.

  • the number of operating nuclear plants
  • the expectation for increase in the number of nuclear plants
  • the possibility of generating electricity at nuclear installations
  • the forecast for the capacity of the nuclear plants
It can be inferred from the passage that government officials made a critical error in judgment by _____.
  • disregarding the low utility of nuclear power plants
  • relying on inferior materials and faulty plant design
  • overlooking the possibility of a meltdown, however remote
  • locating installation in densely wooded areas

In paragraph 2, the word "terminated" is closest in meaning to _____.

  • delayed
  • stopped
  • kept going
  • conserved
The author of the passage implies that the construction of new nuclear power plants _____.
  • is continuing on a smaller scale
  • is being geared for greater safety
  • has been completely halted for fear of disaster
  • has been decelerated but not terminated

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Neither the clerks nor the department manager are being considered for promotion this time.

  • nor
  • department
  • are
  • for

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Having finished his term paper before the deadline, it was delivered to professor before the class.

  • finished
  • before
  • it was delivered
  • before the class

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

As part of the introductory week at university we had to do a time managed course.

  • part
  • the introductory week
  • at university
  • managed

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

Life on earth will be destroyed if people keep cutting trees for their own benefits.

  • If we stop to cut the trees for our benefits, the life on earth will be better.
  • If we don't continue to cut trees for our benefits, life on earth will be destroyed.
  • Life on earth will be destroyed unless people stop cutting trees for their own benefits.
  • The more trees we cut for our benefits, the better the earth becomes.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

You needn't take the course if you don't want to.

  • You are under no obligation to take the course.
  • You shouldn't take the course it is not necessary.
  • You don't have to take any course you don't like.
  • You'd better not take the course if you don't want to.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

What happened is not your fault.

  • You are not to blame for what happened.
  • They didn't blame you for what happened.
  • You shouldn't blame anyone for what happened.
  • It's not your fault to make it happen.

Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

So few people are interested in this camping holiday. I just can't understand it.

  • I find it surprising that there aren't fewer people interested in such a camping holiday.
  • Hardly anyone wants to go on this camping holiday, which I find strange.
  • To my surprise, almost no one was interested in such a camping holiday.
  • It's hardly surprising that a few people are interested in this camping holiday.

Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

The trophy arrived. The villagers rushed cut to welcome it.

  • On the trophy's arrival, the villagers rushed out to welcome it.
  • Since their arrival, the trophy was rushed out to welcome.
  • On arriving, the villagers rushed out to welcome it.
  • Rushing out, the villager welcomed the trophy's arrival.