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ĐỀ THI THỬ SỐ 15 MÔN TIẾNG ANH KỲ THI TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG QUỐC GIA

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ĐỀ TỰ LÀM SỐ 15
(Đề thi có 04 trang)

KỲ THI TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG QUỐC GIA NĂM 2018
Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ; Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH
Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề

Họ, tên thí sinh: .........................................................................
Số báo danh: .............................................................................
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the
other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1. A. takeaway B. table
C. tablet
D. taste
Question 2. A. accuse
B. accomplish
C. cause
D. appreciate
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the
position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.

Question 3. A. intellectual B. unexpected
C. dedicated
D. pessimistic
Question 4. A. gazelle
B. hummock
C. tableland
D. rainfall
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5. Life is a diary _____ each line contains a story of experience.
A. that
B. which
C. whose
D. in which
Question 6. If I had been able to hide in my emotion, I _____ to do so immediately.
A. would not hesitate
B. would not have hesitated
C. did not hesitate
D. had not hesitated
Question 7. I was so happy and excited that I couldn't stop _____ .
A. to smile
B. smiled
C. smiling
D. smile
Question 8. Many of them _____ down with fever and shivered in the cold.
A. went
B. suffered
C. had
D. got
Question 9. They could barely talk or understand one others’ languages, so they would use
physical gestures as a _____ of communication.
A. series
B. means
C. path
D. tool
Question 10. When I was a little older I _____ of the gang.
A. myself appointed head
B. appointed myself head
C. headed myself
D. appointed as head
Question 11. He began to daydream about flying to the moon in a _____ ship.


A. firework
B. rocket
C. booster
D. spacecraft
Question 12. Exercise helps the body stay _____ by being active.
A. healthily
B. unhealthy
C. health
D. healthy
Question 13. Workers process these materials _____ threads, cloths and garments.
A. up
B. through
C. in
D. into
Question 14. Chemists also study the changes that _____ place when substances are combined.
A. happen
B. arrive
C. take
D. go
Question 15. The bonds that we strengthened as brothers and sisters ensured that we _____
lonely.
A. will never be
B. never be
C. would have never been
D. would never be


Question 16. With the World Wide Web, we can get _____ to an enormous amount of
information that’s readily available.
A. connect
B. access
C. path
D. admission
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct response to each of the following
exchanges.
Question 17.
-“Did you have a nice vacation?”
-“It was nothing special. The weather was terrible.”
-“ _____ .”
A. Now you tell me!
B. That sounds interesting.
C. Sounds like you had fun.
D. Oh, that’s too bad.
Question 18.
-“Thanks very much for talking to us.”
-“ _____ .”
A. Oh, thank you, you're very welcome.
B. That’s right. Never mention it.
C. It doesn't matter. Nice to meet you.
D. Oh, no. It’s nice to see you, too.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined
word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 19. In American history, the ordinary people have been the most significant actors
from the very beginning.
A. important
B. brilliant
C. popular
D. talented
Question 20. Children forget and forgive very easily. The two girls have forgotten their quarrel.
They have started playing again and become friends again.
A. send their love to others
B. never feel angry or annoying
C. live happily with one another
D. stop blame and grant pardon
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined
word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 21. We realized that our circumstances were desperate. They refused to credit us for
even a cent until all our debts were paid up.
A. peaceful
B. hopeful
C. calm
D. fearful
Question 22. Many a great artist had never been acknowledged until after they were starved
and dead.
A. abandoned
B. known
C. neglected
D. denied
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of
the following questions.
Question 23. The happy, anxiety and worries were all mixed up and made me unable to sleep or
eat for days.
A. days
B. happy
C. all
D. made
Question 24. The building itself seems huge, clean and exceptional tidy.
A. exceptional
B. The
C. clean
D. itself
Question 25. I was nervous because I didn't know how I was supposed behaving.
A. because
B. how
C. was
D. behaving


Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or
phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
College is usually the first time young people are on their own without parents’ guidance or
rules. Students learn to participate (26) _____ a responsible member of various groups within
the college environment: fellow students, roommates, teachers, college staff, sports teammates,
religious groups, study groups, romantic partners or extracurricular clubs. You'll also learn how
to grow your sense of (27) _____ identity.
“Socialization is a process of learning what it means to be a member of a group and navigating
one’s sense of self as (28) _____ of that process. Because there are many different groups on a
college (29) _____ socialization might include finding like-minded peers on campus to
differentiate one’s self from others and (30) _____ closer bonds with some group members (as
in fraternities and sororities),” explained Karen Sternheimer, Associate Professor of Sociology
at the University of Southern California.
(Adapted from: http://blog.cengagebrain.com/blog/2014/05/how-socializing-benefits-yourcollege-life/)
Question 26. A. with
B. like
C. as
D. for
Question 27. A. subjective B. individual
C. own
D. self
Question 28. A. portion
B. piece
C. unit
D. part
Question 29. A. area
B. land
C. campus
D. ground
Question 30. A. make
B. produce
C. develop
D. create
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to
each of the questions.
Most young people and their families have some ups and downs during their teenage years, but
things usually improve by late adolescence as children become more mature. And family
relationships tend to stay strong right through.
For teenagers, parents and families are a source of care and emotional support. Families give
teenagers practical, financial and material help. And most teenagers still want to spend time
with their families, sharing ideas and having fun.
Adolescence can be a difficult time – your child is going through rapid physical changes as well
as emotional ups and downs. Young people aren't always sure where they fit, and they're still
trying to work it out. Adolescence can also be a time when peer influences and relationships can
cause you and your child some stress.
During this time your family is still a secure emotional base where your child feels loved and
accepted, no matter what’s going on in the rest of his life. Your family can build and support
your child’s confidence, self-belief, optimism andidentity.
When your family sets rules, boundaries and standards of behaviour, you give your child a
sense of consistency and predictability. And believe it or not, your life experiences and
knowledge can be really useful to your child – she just might not always want you to know that!
Supportive and close family relationships protect your child from risky behaviour like alcohol
and other drug use, and problems like depression. Your support and interest in what your child
is doing at school can boost his desire to do well academically too. Strong family relationships
can go a long way towards helping your child grow into a well-adjusted, considerate and caring


adult.
(Adapted from: http://raisingchildren.net.au/articles/family_relationships_teenagers.html)
Question 31. According to the passage, when does the family relationship start to become
stable?
A. When the parents get old
B. When adolescents become adults
C. When the children are small
D. When children become teenagers
Question 32. For teenagers, families are _____ .
A. only practical if they can get material support
B. just as important as when they were children
C. less important today than they were before
D. less emotionally important but more financially
Question 33. According to the passage, there might be contradictions between children’s
_____.
A. words and body language
B. attitudes and behaviours
C. moods and communication
D. actions and thoughts
Question 34. What is NOT mentioned as a trouble-making factor during teenage years?
A. Family responsibilities
B. Emotional changes
C. Social relationships
D. Physical development
Question 35. According to the passage, what might a teenager learn from his/her family?
A. Who he/she is
B. The power of love
C. Doubt of his/her ability
D. Career plans
Question 36. Followings are the expected outcomes of strong family relationships, EXCEPT
_____.
A. feeling positive
B. avoiding drug
C. getting wealthy
D. studying well
Question 37. What is the best title for the passage?
A. What does the family mean to teenagers?
B. What should teenagers do to be happy?
C. When do children really need the family?
D. How can parents help children in difficulty?
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to
each of the questions.
Far from being barren wastelands, deserts are biologically rich habitats with a vast array of
animals and plants that have adapted to the harsh conditions there. Some deserts are among the
planet's last remaining areas of total wilderness. Yet more than one billion people, one-sixth of
the Earth's population, actually live in desert regions.
Deserts cover more than one fifth of the Earth's land, and they are found on every continent. A
place that receives less than 10 inches (25 centimetres) of rain per year is considered a desert.
Deserts are part of a wider classification of regions called "drylands." These areas exist under a
moisture deficit, which means they can frequently lose more moisture through evaporation than
they receive from annual precipitation.
And despite the common conceptions of deserts as dry and hot, there are cold deserts as well.


The largest hot desert in the world, northern Africa's Sahara, reaches temperatures of up to 122
degrees Fahrenheit (50 degrees Celsius) during the day. But some deserts are always cold, like
the Gobi desert in Asia and the desert on the continent of Antarctica. Others are mountainous.
Only about 10 percent of deserts are covered by sand dunes. The driest deserts get less than half
an inch (one centimetre) of precipitation each year, and that is from condensed fog not rain.
Desert animals have adapted ways to help them keep cool and use less water. Camels, for
example, can go for days without food and water. Many desert animals are nocturnal, coming
out only when the brutal sun has descended to hunt. Some animals, like the desert tortoise in the
south-western United States, spend much of their time underground. Most desert birds are
nomadic, crisscrossing the skies in search of food. Because of their very special adaptations,
desert animals are extremely vulnerable to introduced predators and changes to their habitat.
Some of the world's semi-arid regions are turning into desert at an alarming rate. This process,
known as "desertification," is not caused by drought, but usually arises from the demands of
human populations that settle on the semi-arid lands to grow crops and graze animals. The
pounding of the soil by the hooves of livestock may degrade the soil and encourage erosion by
wind and water.
(Adapted from: A review on the Studies on Faunal diversity, status, Threats and Conservation of
Thar Desert or Great Indian Desert Ecosystem by Gaurav Sharma)
Question 38. Which of the followings best replaces the word “precipitation” in the second
paragraph?
A. Water
B. Wetness
C. Storm
D. Rainfall
Question 39. It is assumed that deserts are _____.
A. completely out of water
B. home for no plants or animals
C. recently promising farmland
D. densely populated areas
Question 40. Which feature of desert animals is NOT mentioned?
A. Being active when night falls
B. Being underground to avoid sunshine
C. Adapting to new environment quickly
D. Moving often from place to place
Question 41. What is the direct cause of desertification?
A. Drought for a long times
B. Sparsely populated areas
C. Strong winds and water flows
D. Animals kept on farms
Question 42. What may make the diversity of deserts’ plants and animals poorer?
A. The increase in the temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere
B. The appearance of grasses besides trees and shrubs
C. The considerable number of people living in desert areas
D. The lack of water for years at a time
Question 43. What is NOT true about desserts?
A. They are found on all of the six continents.
B. They are the planet’s last remaining areas of total wilderness.
C. They are biologically rich habitats with a wide number of plants and animals.
D. They cover more than 20% of the Earth’s land.
Question 44. What subject is this text probably found in?
A. Geography
B. Biology
C. Literature
D. History


Question 45. What is the best title for the text?
A. Biological features of deserts
B. Deserts: General introduction
C. How to survive in deserts
D. Deserts: Facts and myths
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the
following questions.
Question 46. To get through the worst period of his life, he had to muster up all his strength,
patience, and willpower to recover.
A. To forget the worst period of his life, he had to muster up all his strength, patience, and
willpower to recover.
B. He had to muster up all his strength, patience, and willpower to recover so that he could get
through the worst period of his life.
C. To overcome the worst period of his life, he had to muster up all his strength, patience, and
willpower.
D. It was unnecessary for him to muster up all his strength, patience, and willpower to recover
to get through the worst period of his life.
Question 47. The course objective is to instruct young businessmen on how to properly run a
business.
A. The aim of young businessmen in this course is how to properly run a business.
B. It is subjective not to instruct young businessmen on how to properly run a business.
C. No one objects to instructing young businessmen on how to properly run a business.
D. The course aims at instructing young businessmen on how to properly run a business.
Question 48. Family rules cannot prevent problems if there is a lack of unity, understanding
and love in the family.
A. The problems that family rules cannot prevent are lack of unity, understanding and love.
B. Unless there is unity, understanding and love in the family, family rules cannot prevent
problems.
C. Without unity, understanding and love in the family, family rules can prevent problems.
D. Family rules cannot prevent problems such as a lack of unity, understanding and love.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of
sentences in the following questions.
Question 49. I underwent physical therapy. But there was nothing better for my general wellbeing than the support I received from my family.
A. Though I underwent physical therapy, there was nothing better for my general well-being
than the support I received from my family.
B. The support I received from my family was as good for my general well-being as the
physical therapy I underwent.
C. Apart from the physical therapy I underwent, there was nothing better for my general wellbeing than the support I received from my family.
D. There was nothing better for my general well-being than the support I received from my
family except for the physical therapy I underwent.
Question 50. Courage was instilled in my siblings. The courage was the cure to my sick heart.
A. The courage instilled in my siblings was the cure to my sick heart.
B. My siblings instil courage in themselves to cure my sick heart.


C. It was sick in my heart to instil courage in my siblings.
D. It was my siblings who instilled courage to make my heart sick.
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