Đề thi thử THPT QG môn Tiếng Anh #3

7/3/2018 12:00:00 AM
Đề thi thử THPT QG môn Tiếng Anh #3 giúp các em học sinh khắp các tỉnh thành ôn luyện cho kỳ thi THPT quốc gia.

Choose the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part.
At fifty-five, he began life again, determined with his pen to wipe out the debt.

  • rub out
  • pay off
  • bump off
  • give up

Choose the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part.
The National Institute of Mental Health is conducting far-reaching research to determine the psychological effects of using drugs.

  • refined
  • extensive
  • prevalent
  • tentative

Choose the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part.
About 95 percent of all animals are invertebrates which can live anywhere, but most, like the starfish and crabs, live in the ocean.

  • with backbones
  • with ribs
  • without ribs
  • without backbones

Choose the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part.
He had never experienced such discourtesy towards the president as it occurred at the annual meeting in May.

  • politeness
  • rudeness
  • measurement
  • encouragement

- "Mr. Adams is going to retire next month."

- “_____”

  • Oh, I have no idea
  • You don't say!
  • Right, you’d probably be the next.
  • Congratulations!

- “_____”

- "Never mind, better luck next time."

  • I’ve broken your precious vase.
  • I have a lot on my mind.
  • I couldn’t keep my mind on work.
  • I didn't get the vacant position.

Nobody could have predicted that the show would arouse so much interest and that over two hundred people ____ away.

  • would turn
  • would have turned
  • would have to be turned
  • had been turned

No matter how angry he was, he would never ____ to violence.

  • exert
  • resolve
  • resort
  • recourse

The effect of the painkiller is ____ and I begin to feel the soreness again.

  • turning out
  • doing without
  • fading away
  • wearing off

She has just bought ____.

  • an interesting old French painting
  • an interesting French old painting
  • a French interesting old painting
  • an old interesting French painting

It never ____ my head that such a terrible thing would happen.

  • struck
  • dawned
  • occurred
  • entered

Sarah and I ______ reserved the rooms in the same hotel. She was really surprised.

  • coincidentally
  • practically
  • intentionally
  • deliberately

We spent nearly 3 hours waiting outside the station, then out ____.

  • the star came
  • did the star come
  • came the star
  • under

Hats like this may have been fashionable in the 60's, but now they are ____ the times.

  • behind
  • over
  • beneath
  • under

My mother often ____ our mistakes, whereas my father is very strict and punishes us for even the slightest one.

  • neglects
  • overlooks
  • avoids
  • passes

Children who are isolated and lonely seem to have poor language and ____.

  • communicate
  • communication
  • communicative
  • communicator

Despite all the evidence, he wouldn’t admit that he was in the ____.

  • fault
  • error
  • wrong
  • slip

I don’t suppose there is anyone there, ____?

  • is there
  • isn't there
  • do I
  • don't I

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.
An important factor should be considered is Mrs. Lopez's ability to keep the new restaurant going for several months with limited revenue.

  • should be considered
  • ability
  • for several
  • with limited revenue

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.
Mobility is one of the characteristics often demanded of executives, and they must accustom themselves to move quite regularly.

  • Mobility
  • characteristics
  • of
  • to move

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.
Not until recent has interest in synthetic fuels been revived.

  • Not until
  • recent
  • has interest
  • been revived

Choose the word whose underlined part that differs from the other three in the pronunciation.

  • touch

  • watch

  • machine

  • armchair

Choose the word whose underlined part that differs from the other three in the pronunciation.

  • famou

  • nervous

  • loud

  • serious

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • zoology
  • conquest
  • cement
  • duet

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • photocopy
  • particular
  • enthusiasm
  • economy

Read the following passage and choose the correct answer to each of the questions.

Most forms of property are concrete and tangible, such as houses, cars, furniture or anything else that is included in one’s possessions. Other forms of property can be intangible, and copyright deals with intangible forms of property. Copyright is a legal protection extended to authors of creative works, for example, books magazine articles, maps, films, plays, television shows, software, paintings, photographs, music, the choreography in dance and all other forms of intellectual or artistic property.

Although the purpose of artistic property is usually public use and enjoyment, copyright establishes the ownership of the creator. When a person buys a copyrighted magazine, it belongs to this individual as a tangible object. However, the authors of the magazine articles on the research and the writing that went into creating the articles. The right to make and sell or give away copies of books or articles belongs to the authors, publishers, or other individuals or organizations that hold the copyright. To copy an entire book or a part of it, permission must be received from the copyright owner, who will most likely expect to be paid.

Copyright law distinguishes between different types of intellectual property. Music may be played by anyone after it is published. However, if it is performed for profit, the performers need to pay a fee called a royalty. A similar principle applies to performances of songs and plays. On the other hand, names, ideas, and book titles are excepted. Ideas do not become copyrighted property until they have published in a book a painting or a musical work. Almost all artistic work created before the 20th century is not copyrighted because it was created before the copyright law was passed.

The two common ways of infringing upon the copyright are plagiarism and piracy. Plagiarizing the work of another person means passing it off as one’s own. The word plagiarism is derived from the Latin plagiarism, which means “abductor”. Privacy may be an act of one person, but, in many cases, it is a joint effort of several people who reproduce copyrighted material and sell it for profit without paying royalties to the creator. Technological innovations have made piracy easy and anyone can duplicate a motion picture on videotape a computer program, or a book. Videocassette recorders can be used by practically anyone to copy movies and television programs, and copying software has become almost as easy as copying a book. Large companies zealously monitor their copyrights for slogans, advertisements, and brand names, protected by a trademark.

What does the passage mainly discuss?
  • Legal rights of property owners.
  • Legal ownership of creative work.
  • Examples of copyright piracy.
  • Copying creating work for profit.

The word “principle” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____.

  • crucial point
  • cardinal role
  • fundamental rule
  • formidable force
Which of the following properties is NOT mentioned as protected by copyright?
  • music and plays.
  • paintings and maps.
  • printed medium.
  • scientific discoveries.

It can be inferred from the passage that it is legal if______.

  • two songs, written by two different composers, have the same melody
  • two books, written by two different authors, have the same titles
  • two drawings, created by two different artists, have the same images
  • two plays, created by two different playwrights, have the same plot and characters
With which of the following statements is the author most likely to agree?
  • Teachers are not allowed to make copies of published materials for use by their students.
  • Plays written in the 16th century cannot be performed in theaters without permission.
  • Singers can publicly sing only the songs for which they wrote the music and the lyrics.
  • It is illegal to make photographs when sightseeing or traveling.

The phrase “infringing upon” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to ____.

  • impinging upon
  • inducting for
  • violating
  • abhorring
The purpose of copyright law is most comparable with the purpose of which of the following?
  • A law against theft.
  • A law against smoking.
  • A school policy.
  • A household rule.

According to the passage, copyright law is ____.

  • meticulously observed
  • routinely ignored
  • frequently debated
  • zealously enforced

Read the following passage and choose the correct answer to each of the questions.

Cooperation is the common endeavor of two or more people to perform a task or reach a jointly cherished goal. Like competition and conflict, there are different forms of cooperation, based on group organization and attitudes.

In the first form, known as primary cooperation, group and individual fuse. The group contains nearly all of each individual’s life. The rewards of the group’s work are shared with each member. There is an interlocking identity of individual, group and task performed. Means and goals become one, for cooperation itself is valued.
While primary cooperation is most often characteristic of preliterate societies, secondary cooperation is characteristic of many modem societies. In secondary cooperation, individuals devote only part of their lives to the group. Cooperation itself is not a value. Most members of the group feel loyalty, but the welfare of the group is not the first consideration. Members perform tasks so that they can separately enjoy the fruits of their cooperation in the form of salary prestige, or power. Business offices and professional athletic teams are examples of secondary cooperation.

In the third type called tertiary cooperation or accommodation, latent conflict underlies the shared work. The attitudes of the cooperating parties are purely opportunistic: the organization is loose and fragile. Accommodation involves common means to achieve antagonistic goals: it breaks down when the common means cease to aid each party in reaching its goals. This is not, strictly speaking cooperation at all, and hence the somewhat contradictory term antagonistic cooperation is sometimes used for this relationship.

What is the author’s main purpose in the first paragraph of to passage?

  • To urge readers to cooperate more often.
  • To offer a brief definition of cooperation.
  • To explain how cooperation differs from competition and conflict.
  • To show the importance of group organization and attitudes.

The word "cherished" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _____.

  • defined
  • agreed on
  • prized
  • set up
Which of the following statements about primary cooperation is supported by information in the passage?
  • It is usually the first stage of cooperation achieved by a group of individuals attempting to cooperate.
  • It is most commonly seen among people who have not yet developed reading and writing skills.
  • It is an ideal that can never be achieved.
  • It was confined to prehistoric times.

According to the passage, why do people join groups that practice secondary cooperation?

  • To experience the satisfaction of cooperation.
  • To associate with people who have similar backgrounds.
  • To get rewards for themselves.
  • To defeat a common enemy.
Which of the following is an example of the third form of cooperation as it is defined in the fourth paragraph?
  • Students form a study group so that all of them can improve their grades.
  • Members of a farming community share work and the food that they grow.
  • Two rival political parties temporarily work together to defeat a third party.
  • A new business attempts to take customers away from an established company.
Which of the following is NOT given as a name for the third type of cooperation?
  • Tertiary cooperation.
  • Antagonistic cooperation.
  • Accommodation.
  • Latent conflict.

The word "fragile" in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to _______.

  • involuntary
  • poorly planned
  • inefficient
  • easily broken

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

John is studying hard. He doesn't want to fail the next exam.


  • John is studying hard in oder not to fail the next exam.
  • John is studying hard in oder that he not fail the next exam.
  • John is studying hard so as to fail the next exam.
  • John is studying hard in oder to not to fail the next exam.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

She gave in her notice. She planned to start her new job in January.

  • She gave in her notice, plan to start her new job in January.
  • She gave in her notice with a view to starting her new job in January.
  • Her notice was given in with an aim to start her new job in January.
  • Her notice was given in order for her to start her new job in January.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the sentence.
When the unemployment rate is high, the crime rate is usually also high.

  • The unemployment rate and the crime rate are both higher.
  • The higher the unemployment rate is, the higher the crime rate is.
  • The unemployment rate is as high as the crime rate.
  • The high rate of unemployment depends on the high rate of crime.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the sentence.
I wish you hadn't said that.

  • I wish you not to say that.
  • If only you didn't say tot
  • I hope you will not say that.
  • It would be nice if you hadn’t said that.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the sentence.
“You're always making terrible mistakes.”, said the teacher.

  • The teacher asked his students why they always made terrible mistakes.
  • The teacher realized that his students always made terrible mistakes.
  • The teacher complained about his students making terrible mistakes.
  • The teacher made his students not always make terrible mistakes.

Read the following passage and choose the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the blanks.

Stories about how people somehow know when they are being watched have been going around for years. However, few attempts have been made to investigate the phenomenon scientifically. Now, with the completion of the largest ever study of the so-called staring effect, there is impressive evidence that this is a recognizable and genuine sixth sense. The study involved hundreds of children. For the experiments, they sat with their eyes (A)_____ so they could not see, and with their backs to other children, who were told to either stare at them or look away. Time and time again the results showed that the children who could not see were able to tell when they were being stared at. In a total of more than 18,000 trials (B)_____ worldwide, the children correctly sensed when they were being watched almost 70% of the time. The experiment was repeated with the added precaution of putting the children who were being watched outside the room, (C)_____ from the starers by the windows. This was done just in case there was some pretending going on with the children telling each other whether they were looking or not. This (D)_____ the possibility of sounds being transmitted between the children. The results though less impressive, were more or less the same. Dr. Sheldrake, the biologist who designed the study, believes that the result is convincing enough to find out through further experiments precisely how the staring effect might actually (E)_____.

(A)

  • covered
  • shaded
  • masked
  • wrapped

(B)

  • carried on
  • worked over
  • worked through
  • carried out

(C)______

  • divided
  • seperated
  • parted
  • split

(D)

  • omitted
  • ended
  • prevented
  • evaded

(E)____

  • come about
  • be looked at
  • be held up
  • set out