Đề 2: Luyện thi THPTQG môn Anh năm 2018

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Đề 2: Luyện thi THPTQG môn Anh năm 2018. Đề gồm 50 câu hỏi, các em học sinh làm trong thời gian 60 phút. Khi làm xong, các em sẽ biết số điểm của mình và đáp án các câu hỏi. Hãy nhấn chữ bắt đầu ở phía dưới.

Question 1. 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.

  • A. brushed
  • B. established
  • C. happened
  • D. laughed

Question 2. 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.

  • A. effort
  • B. species
  • C. protect
  • D. benefit

Question 3. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

  • A. culture
  • B. knowlege
  • C. appeal
  • D. happen

Question 4. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

  • A. generation
  • B. communicate
  • C. conservation
  • D. economics

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. He always avoids ___________ me in the streets.

  • A. meeting
  • B. to meet
  • C. met
  • D. meet

Question 6. Yesterday I met your brother, ______ had taken us to the Headquarters of the United Nations in New York before.

  • A. whose
  • B. that
  • C. whom
  • D. who

Question 7. I wouldn’t have believed it if I___________ it with my own eyes.

  • A. not to see
  • B. hadn’t seen
  • C. don’t see
  • D. didn’t see

Question 8. The teacher gave us a lot of exercises to do. We ___ forget to do them.

  • A. might
  • B. needn’t
  • C. mustn’t
  • D. must

Question 9. _______ is the existence of a wide variety of plant and animal species living in their natural environment.

  • A. Biodiversity
  • B. Conservation
  • C. Globe
  • D. Individual

Question 10. When I came to visit her last night, she ___________ a bath.

  • A. had
  • B. is having
  • C. has
  • D. was having

Question 11. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, commonly referred to as ASEAN, is a geo- political and_________ organization.

  • A. economy
  • B. economic
  • C. economics
  • D. economically

Question 12. Everyone thought she would accept a new job________ it was difficult.

  • A. despite
  • B. instead of
  • C. although
  • D. inspite of

Question 13. The interviewees should concentrate on what the interviewer is saying and _____ a real effort to answer all the questions the interviewer asks.

  • A. bring
  • B. create
  • C. take
  • D. make

Question 14. Mr Bon was the last member ______ the club last night.

  • A. that leaves
  • B. left
  • C. to leave
  • D. leaving

Question 15. When she died , she ________all her money to a charity for cats

  • A. gave away
  • B. gave out
  • C. gave on
  • D. gave off

Question 16. No one died in the accident, _________?

  • A. didn’t they
  • B. did he
  • C. didn't he
  • D. did they

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. Human beings are constantly contaminating natural habitats of the wildlife.

  • A. polluting
  • B. promoting
  • C. destroying
  • D. protection

Question 18. In the future many large corporations will be wipe out and millions of jobs will be lost

  • A. services
  • B. supermarkets
  • C. farms
  • D. companies

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. Many efforts have been made to protect endangered nature.

  • A. preserve
  • B. build
  • C. damage
  • D. exploit

Question 20. My eldest brother tends to look on the bright side in any circumstance.

  • A. be confident
  • B. be smart
  • C. be optimistic
  • D. be pessimistic

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

Question 21. – “How well you are playing !” - “...........................”

  • A. Say it again . I like to hear your words
  • B. Can you say it again
  • C. Many thanks.That is a nice compliment
  • D. I think so . I am proud of myself

Question 22.- Nam: “I wonder if you could help me”. - Kien: “_______________“.

  • A. Don’t mention it
  • B. Really ? How nice.
  • C. I’ll do my best. What’s up ?
  • D. No, what is it ?

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. Mary will return to her home town as soon as she will graduate next month,

  • A. return
  • B. to
  • C. home town
  • D. will graduate

Question 24. Even though the extremely bad weather in the mountains, the climbers decided not to cancel their climb

  • A. Even though
  • B. extremely
  • C. not to cancel
  • D. climb

Question 25.For thousands of years, man has created sweet-smelling substances from wood, herbs, and flowers and using them for perfume or medicine.

  • A. man
  • B. sweet-smelling
  • C. using them
  • D. or

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. She turned down the radio so that she wouldn’t disturb the neighbours .

  • A. She turned down the radio not to disturb the neighbours .
  • B. She turned down the radio in order not disturb the neighbours .
  • C. She turned down the radio so as that she wouldn’t disturb the neighbours .
  • D. She turned down the radio so as not to disturb the neighbours .

Question 27. I should have finished my work last night but I was exhausted.

  • A. Last night I was exhausted but I tried to finish my work.
  • B. My work was finished last night but I was exhausted.
  • C. I did finish my work last night though I was exhausted.
  • D. I was exhausted so I didn’t finish my work last night as planned.

Question 28. They think that the owner of the house went abroad.

  • A.The owner of the house is thought to go abroad.
  • B.The owner of the house is thought to have been going abroad.
  • C.The owner of the house is thought to have been gone abroad.
  • D.The owner of the house is thought to have gone abroad.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

Question 29. Most of the classmates couldn't come. He invited them to the birthday party

  • A. Most of the classmates whom he invited to the birthday party couldn't come.
  • B. Most of the classmates he was invited to the birthday party couldn't come.
  • C. Most of the classmates that he invited them to the birthday party couldn't come.
  • D. Most of the classmates whom he invited them to the birthday party couldn't come.

Question 30. A group of the students left the cinema. They saw a car accident.

  • A. A group of the students saw a car accident before leaving the cinema.
  • B. Having to see a car accident, a group of the students left the cinema.
  • C. A group of the students had seen a car accident before leaving the cinema.
  • D. Having left the cinema, a group of the students saw a car accident.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks .

Question 31. Today, supermarkets are found in almost every large city in the world. But the first supermarket (31)..........opened only fifty years ago. It was opened in New York by a man named Michael Cullen. A supermarket is different (32)..........other types of stores in several ways. In supermarkets, goods are placed on open shelves. The (33)..........choose what they want and take them to the check out counter. This means that fewer shop assistants are needed than in other stores. The way products are displayed is another difference between supermarkets and many other types of stores; (34) .........example, in supermarkets, there is usually a display of small inexpensive items just in front of the checkout counter: candies, chocolates, magazines, cheap foods and so on. Most customers (35)..........go to a supermarket buy goods from a shopping list. They know exactly what they need to buy. They do the shopping according to a plan.

  • A. was
  • B. were
  • C. has been
  • D. is

Question 32. Today, supermarkets are found in almost every large city in the world. But the first supermarket (31)..........opened only fifty years ago. It was opened in New York by a man named Michael Cullen. A supermarket is different (32)..........other types of stores in several ways. In supermarkets, goods are placed on open shelves. The (33)..........choose what they want and take them to the check out counter. This means that fewer shop assistants are needed than in other stores. The way products are displayed is another difference between supermarkets and many other types of stores; (34) .........example, in supermarkets, there is usually a display of small inexpensive items just in front of the checkout counter: candies, chocolates, magazines, cheap foods and so on. Most customers (35)..........go to a supermarket buy goods from a shopping list. They know exactly what they need to buy. They do the shopping according to a plan.

  • A. from
  • B. with
  • C. in
  • D. of

Question 33. Today, supermarkets are found in almost every large city in the world. But the first supermarket (31)..........opened only fifty years ago. It was opened in New York by a man named Michael Cullen. A supermarket is different (32)..........other types of stores in several ways. In supermarkets, goods are placed on open shelves. The (33)..........choose what they want and take them to the check out counter. This means that fewer shop assistants are needed than in other stores. The way products are displayed is another difference between supermarkets and many other types of stores; (34) .........example, in supermarkets, there is usually a display of small inexpensive items just in front of the checkout counter: candies, chocolates, magazines, cheap foods and so on. Most customers (35)..........go to a supermarket buy goods from a shopping list. They know exactly what they need to buy. They do the shopping according to a plan.

  • A. managers
  • B. assistants
  • C. customers
  • D. sellers

Question 34. Today, supermarkets are found in almost every large city in the world. But the first supermarket (31)..........opened only fifty years ago. It was opened in New York by a man named Michael Cullen. A supermarket is different (32)..........other types of stores in several ways. In supermarkets, goods are placed on open shelves. The (33)..........choose what they want and take them to the check out counter. This means that fewer shop assistants are needed than in other stores. The way products are displayed is another difference between supermarkets and many other types of stores; (34) .........example, in supermarkets, there is usually a display of small inexpensive items just in front of the checkout counter: candies, chocolates, magazines, cheap foods and so on. Most customers (35)..........go to a supermarket buy goods from a shopping list. They know exactly what they need to buy. They do the shopping according to a plan.

  • A. in
  • B. of
  • C. for
  • D. by

Question 35. Today, supermarkets are found in almost every large city in the world. But the first supermarket (31)..........opened only fifty years ago. It was opened in New York by a man named Michael Cullen. A supermarket is different (32)..........other types of stores in several ways. In supermarkets, goods are placed on open shelves. The (33)..........choose what they want and take them to the check out counter. This means that fewer shop assistants are needed than in other stores. The way products are displayed is another difference between supermarkets and many other types of stores; (34) .........example, in supermarkets, there is usually a display of small inexpensive items just in front of the checkout counter: candies, chocolates, magazines, cheap foods and so on. Most customers (35)..........go to a supermarket buy goods from a shopping list. They know exactly what they need to buy. They do the shopping according to a plan.

  • A. who
  • B. what
  • C. whom
  • D. which

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 from 6 to 13

Before the 1500's, the western plains of North America were dominated by farmers. One group, the Mandans, lived in the upper Missouri River country, primarily in present-day North Dakota. They had large villages of houses built close together. The tight arrangement enabled the Mandans to protect themselves more easily from the attacks of others who might seek to obtain some of the food these highly capable farmers stored from one year to the next.

The women had primary responsibility for the fields. They had to excercise considerable skill to produce the desired results, for their northern location meant fleeting growing seasons. Winter often lingered ; autumn could be ushered in by severe frost. For good measure, during the spring and summer, drought, heat, hail, grasshoppers, and other frustrations might await the wary grower.

Under such conditions, Mandan women had to grow maize capable of weathering adversity. They began as early as it appeared feasible to do so in the spring, clearing the land, using fire to clear stubble from the fields and then planting. From this point until the first green corn could be harvested, the crop required labor and vigilance. Harvesting proceeded in two stages. In August the Mandans picked a smaller amount of the crop before it had matured fully. This green corn was boiled, dried, and shelled, with some of the maize slated for immediate consumption and the rest stored in animal-skin bags. Later in the fall, the people picked the rest of the corn. They saved the best of the harvest for seeds or for trade, with the remainder eaten right away or stored for later use in underground reserves. With appropriate banking of the extra food, the Mandans protected themselves against the disaster of crop failure and accompanying hunger. The women planted another staple, squash, about the first of June, and harvested it near the time of the green corn harvest. After they picked it, they sliced it, dried it, and strung the slices before they stored them. Once again, they saved the seed from the best of the year's crop. The Mandans also grew sunflowers and tobacco ; the latter was the particular task of the older men.

Question 36.What is the main topic of the passage ?

  • A.The agricultural activities of a North American Society
  • B.Various ways corn can be used
  • C.The problems encountered by farmers who specialize in growing one crop
  • D. Weather conditions on the western plains

Question 37.The Mandans built their houses close together in order to

  • A.guard their supplies of food
  • B.protect themselves against the weather
  • C.allow more room for growing corn
  • D. share farming implements

Question 38.The word "enabled" is closest in meaning to

  • A.covered
  • B.reminded
  • C.helped
  • D. isolated

Question39.The word "considerable" is closest in meaning to

  • A.planning
  • B. much
  • C. physical
  • D. new

Question 40.Why does the author believe that the Mandans were skilled farmers ?

  • A.They developed effective fertilizers.
  • B.They developed new varieties of corn.
  • C.They could grow crops in most types of soil.
  • D. They could grow crops despite adverse weather.

Question 41: Which of the following processes does the author imply was done by both men and women

  • A.Clearing fields
  • B.Planting corn
  • C.Harvesting corn
  • D. Harvesting squash

Question42..The word "it" refers to

  • A.June
  • B.corn
  • C.time
  • D. squash

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 .

Hotels were among the earliest facilities that bound the United States together. They were both creatures and creators of communities, as well as symptoms of the frenetic quest for community. Even in the first part of the nineteenth century, Americans were already forming the habit of gathering from all corners of the nation for both public and private, business and pleasure purposes. Conventions were the new occasions, and hotels were distinctively American facilities making conventions possible. The first national convention of a major party to choose a candidate for President (that of the National Republican party, which met on December 12, 1831, and nominated Henry Clay for President) was held in Baltimore, at a hotel that was then reputed to be the best in the country. The presence in Baltimore of Barnum's City Hotel, a six-story building with two hundred apartments, helps explain why many other early national political conventions were held there. In the longer run, too, American hotels made other national conventions not only possible but pleasant and convivial. The growing custom of regularly assembling from afar the representatives of all kinds of groups ― not only for political conventions, but also for commercial, professional, learned, and avocational ones ― in turn supported the multiplying hotels. By mid-twentieth century, conventions accounted for over a third of the yearly room occupancy of all hotels in the nation; about eighteen thousand different conventions were held annually with a total attendance of about ten million persons. Nineteenth-century American hotelkeepers, who were no longer the genial, deferential “hosts” of the eighteenth-century European inn, became leading citizens. Holding a large stake in the community, they exercised power to make it prosper. As owners or managers of the local “palace of the public,” they were makers and shapers of a principal community attraction. Travelers from abroad were mildly shocked by this high social position.

Question 43.What is the main topic of the passage?

  • A.The size of early American hotels
  • B.The importance of hotels in American culture
  • C.How American hotels differed from European hotels
  • D.Why conventions are held at hotels

Question 44.The word “bound” in line 1 is closest in meaning to

  • A.led
  • B.protected
  • C.tied
  • D.strengthened

Question 45.The National Republican party is mentioned as an example of a group

  • A.from Baltimore
  • B.of learned people
  • C.owning a hotel
  • D.holding a convention

Question 46. The word “assembling ” is closest in meaning to

  • A.announcing
  • B.motivating
  • C.gathering
  • D.contracting

Question 47.The word “ones” refers to

  • A.hotels
  • B.conventions
  • C.kinds
  • D.representatives

Question 48.The word “it” in line 23 refers to

  • A.European inn
  • B.host
  • C.community
  • D.public

Question 49. It can be inferred form the passage that early hotelkeepers in the UnitedStates were

  • A.active politicians
  • B.European immigrants
  • C.professional builders
  • D.influential citizen

Question 50. Which of the following statements about early American hotels is NOT mentioned in the passage?

  • A.Travelers from abroad did not enjoy staying in them.
  • B.Conventions were held in them.
  • C.People used them for both business and pleasure.
  • D.They were important to the community.
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