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  1. TRƯỜNG THPT LÊ TRUNG KIÊN KỲ THI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2019 TỔ NGOẠI NGỮ Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ, Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH ĐỀ THAM KHẢO Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề (Đề có 07 trang) Mã đề thi: 001 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. Question 1: A. incredible B. pessimistic C. compulsory D. contractual Question 2: A. decent B. secure C. reserve D. digest 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. spends B. looks C. meals D. letters Question 4: A. mould B. panda C. domestic D. educate 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 5: George and Phil are talking about home life. George: “I think it is a good idea to have three or four generations living under one roof.” Phil: “________. Family members can help each other a lot.” A. It’s not true. B. That’s wrong. C. I couldn’t agree more. D. I don’t agree. Question 6: Two women are at a shopping mall. Salesperson: “Can I help you, madam?” Customer: “__________.” A. Yes, it’s in our summer sale. B. It’s very cheap. C. No, thanks. I’m just looking. D. Right. It looks a bit small. 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 7: I have a modest little glass fish tank where I keep a variety of small fish. A. cramped B. excessive C. courteous D. moderate Question 8: As a member of a family, try to stick to your family’s regulations. A. obey what regulated B. break the rules C. follow your family rules D. object to the rules 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 9: Within a week on display at the exhibition, the painting was hailed as a masterpiece. A. an expensive work of art B. a down-to-earth work of art C. an excellent work of art D. a large work of art Trang 1/ 7 – Mã đề 001
  2. Question 10: According to Cindy, our audience are overwhelmed with stories about celebrities and famous people. A. densely overpopulated B. obsessed with C. overloaded with D. worthy of Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 11: We attended an in-depth and __________ presentation on urbanisation and its impact on society. A. weather-beaten B. long-term C. time-consuming D. thought-provoking Question 12: What a lovely baby! She certainly __________ her mother, doesn’t she? A. takes after B. takes care of C. takes over D. takes advantage of Question 13: There will always be a conflict between _________ old and _________ young. A. the – the B. an – a C. a – the D. the – a Question 14: __________ being a scientist, he also wrote fiction. A. Owing to B. In addition to C. According to D. As a result of Question 15: She __________ her husband’s job for his ill health. A. accused B. blamed C. criticized D. warned Question 16: My uncle’s grandchildren, __________ are lovely girls, enjoy fishing. A. neither of them B. one of whom C. all of whom D. both of them Question 17: Finishing his speech, __________ to make questions. A. the students asked him B. he asked the students C. the students asked D. he asked Question 18: Because of the economic crisis, many workers are now in _________ of losing their jobs. A. stake B. warning C. danger D. threat Question 19: You __________ out last night. I called several times but nobody answered the phone. A. must be B. must have been C. needn’t have been D. should have been Question 20: Many parents insisted that my brother __________ to our home village after graduation. A. return B. returned C. would return D. had return Question 21: “It’s so noisy here. Let’s go somewhere else, __________?” A. will we B. shall we C. aren’t we D. do we Question 22: The fire is believed __________ in the furnace under the house last week. A. to start B. that started C. to have started D. that it started 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: Frank constantly asked for money last year when he was still out of work. A B C D Question 24: Paula as well as her children have decided to move to San Francisco next month. A B C D Trang 2/ 7 – Mã đề 001
  3. Question 25: I found myself in an embarrassed situation last night. A B C D 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. Almost everyone knows that around 65 million years ago there was a mass extinction that killed the dinosaurs. Actually, it killed not only the dinosaurs, but also 85% of all other species on Earth. Most people also generally accept that this was the result of a huge asteroid crashing into the Earth. What many people do not realize is that this was simply the most recent mass extinction in the Earth’s history. There have been other mass extinction in the Earth’s history, some of which were much worse than the one that killed the dinosaurs. Mass extinction is the term scientists use when a significant portions of the Earth’s species die out in a relatively short period of time (within a few million years). As far as we know, there have been at least 6 of these in the last 600 million years. The earliest one that we know about occurred around 570 million years ago. We have very little information about this mass extinction because most of the animals at this time were very primitive. They were creatures like jellyfish and slugs, which did not have bones, and therefore did not leave fossils for us to study. Later mass extinctions are better understood. The one thing that is not understood, however, is the causes of these mass extinction. While scientists are fairly sure that the last one was caused by an asteroid, it seems unlikely that all mass extinctions were caused in this manner. Most of the other possible causes for mass extinctions involve some form of climate change. For example, scientists suspect that a sudden, significant change in sea levels around the world may have been responsible for one or more of the mass extinctions. Such a rise in sea level would have most likely been started by the melting of large amounts of ice at the North and South Poles. Other possibilities include widespread droughts or significant changes in the average world temperature. What could have caused such changes in the first place, however, is not what initiates these changes is unknown. It is, however, an important question to answer if we are to survive the next extinction. Question 26: What is the best title for the passage? A. Extinction Event for Dinosaurs B. Possible Causes of Mass Extinctions C. Definition of Mass Extinctions D. Effects of Climate Change Question 27: The author uses the phrase most recent to indicate that this mass extinction was ___________. A. the most serious B. the best understood C. the latest D. the best-known Question 28: The word these in the passage refers to ___________. A. periods of time B. mass extinctions C. species D. scientists Question 29: According to paragraph 2, why is little known about the earliest mass extinction? A. The animal’s bodies were not advanced enough to leave behind evidence. B. The animals alive at this time were too different from modern animals for us to study. Trang 3/ 7 – Mã đề 001
  4. C. This mass extinction killed too many of the animals for us to study the survivors. D. Scientists are unable to study this far back in the Earth’s history. Question 30: All of the following are mentioned in the passage as possible causes of mass extinctions EXCEPT ___________. A. collisions with asteroids B. significant periods without rain C. widespread disease D. increases in water levels Question 31: According to paragraph 3, what remains unknown regarding climate change? A. The role climate change plays in causing mass extinctions. B. What effects climate change can have on world sea levels. C. If severe climate changes are likely to take place in the future. D. The reasons why severe climate changes occur Question 32: The word initiates in the passage is closest in meaning to ___________. A. results from B. sets off C. influences D. prevents 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. Globalization means closer relationships and more interaction between people, businesses and governments from around the world. Globalization has become identified (33)________ a number of changes since World War II. These include the international movement of money, information and people. (34)________, it relates to the development of technology, organizations and legal system. Some of the causes of globalization are (35)________ trade between nations and new technology. Increased international trade makes us wealthier and allows us to lead (36)________ lifestyles. Technology like modern airplanes and communication methods allows people in different parts of the world to interact easily. For example, since it is easier to travel, more people go on vacation abroad and move to other countries for work or school. Also, globalization (37)________ positive effects for settling global issues, such as environmental pollution and human rights. Question 33: A. to B. with C. for D. by Question 34: A. Furthermore B. Therefore C. However D. Otherwise Question 35: A. increase B. increasing C. increasingly D. increased Question 36: A. as diverse B. more diverse C. most diverse D. far less diverse Question 37: A. generate B. bring C. produce D. put 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. Out of all the branches of science, none offers us as much insight on how things in the universe work quite like physics. Although it often requires advanced mathematics, physics also requires lots of creativity. Researchers need this in order to come up with theories, and to create the experiments necessary to prove them. Even if mathematics and science aren’t your strong suits, you can still learn a Trang 4/ 7 – Mã đề 001
  5. lot of cool stuff through physics. Just be warned, because a lot of this information is truly mind- bending. In our lives, we often think of things in terms of the past, present and future. However, Einstein’s theory of relativity shows that these things do not really exist at all. It suggests that all things and events in the universe are relative. Depending on our location and the speed at which we are moving, we will see things differently. The reason that people can agree on whether something is past, present and future is because we are moving at similar speeds and we are affected similarly by the Earth’s gravitationally field as well. At the same time, physicists believe that things which happen in the future can affect the events of the past. The double-split experiments showed that light will sometimes behave like a wave, and sometimes behave like a particle, depending on whether or not someone views the experiment. Yet in another experiment, researchers discovered that if you watch light immediately after it goes through the slit, it retroactively changes its behavior. Although the future influencing the past occurs in just a fraction of a second in this study, seeing something from a distant planet in another galaxy could theoretically change something that happened millions of years ago. Everyone can admit that some days are better than others. The next time you’re feeling depressed about something, consider that somewhere in the universe a different version of you is having a great day. That’s because the universe is infinite; in other words, it never ends. This means that considering trillions of stars and billions of galaxies doesn’t even really scratch the surface. As there is no end to possibility, every event must have happened in every way imaginable an infinite number of time. So when you look at your test paper and see you’ve received an “F” grade, somewhere out there is an alternative universe when you’ve scored an “A” instead. Question 38: What does the first paragraph suggest about the answer to physics questions? A. They will likely shock you. B. Only smart people will understand them. C. You probably already know the answers D. They are not interested at all. Question 39: The word “this” in paragraph 1 refers to _________. A. science B. mathematics C. physics D. originality Question 40: Einstein’s theory of relativity suggests that _________. A. everything is occurring in the future B. only the present moment exists C. the time something happens depends on many things D. time only matters for people in outer space. Question 41: All of the following are true about physics EXCEPT that _________. A. it studies theories on how things in the universe work B. it requires advance mathematics and experiments C. it studies the link between events on distant planets D. it denies the relationship between past and future events Trang 5/ 7 – Mã đề 001
  6. Question 42: Which of the following is NOT true according to Einstein’s theory of relativity? A. Time on two spaceships travelling at different speeds will be the same. B. There are no clear distinction between the past, present and future. C. Time also depends on the gravitational field. D. Time depends on the location in the universe. Question 43: What is the point of the last paragraph? A. Things never change. B. The universe will never come to an end. C. People’s possibilities are getting smaller. D. There are unlimited possibilities. Question 44: The phrase “scratch the surface” in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to _________. A. overdo something B. just begin C. make a rhythm D. damage severely Question 45: What can be inferred from the passage? A. Einstein’s theory of relativity helps us to discover all things and events in the universe. B. This time you have received an “F” grade means that next time you will get an “A” for your paper. C. Some concept in physics changed during the course of time. D. There are trillions of stars and billions of galaxies in the universe. 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 46: We couldn’t have managed our business successfully without my grandparents’ money. A. Had it not been for my grandparents’ money, we couldn’t have managed our business successfully. B. We could have managed our business successfully with my grandparents’ money C. If we could manage our business successfully, my grandparents would give us their money. D. If we couldn’t have managed our business successfully, we would have had my grandparents’ money. Question 47: They didn’t discover that the picture had been stolen until they came back home. A. Until they came back home that they discovered that the picture had been stolen. B. It is not until they came back home did they discover that the picture had been stolen. C. Not until they came back home had the picture been stolen. D. Only after they came back home did they discover that the picture had been stolen. Question 48: He went to bed early because he didn’t want to get up late the next morning. A. He went to bed early so that he didn’t want to get up late the next morning. B. He went to bed early so as not to get up late the next morning. C. He went to bed early in order to not get up late the next morning. D. He went to bed early with a view not to getting up late next morning. Trang 6/ 7 – Mã đề 001
  7. 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 49: Many students like the lecture. Its subject is very interesting. A. The subject of the lecture, which is very interesting, many students like. B. The subject of the lecture, which many students like, is very interesting. C. Many students like the lecture the subject of which is very interesting. D. Many students like the lecture which subject is very interesting. Question 50: He was suspected of giving away government secrets to the enemy. They have investigated him for days. A. Suspecting of giving away government secrets to the enemy, they have investigated him for days. B. Having suspected of giving away government secrets to the enemy, they have investigated him for days. C. He had been investigated for days, suspected of giving away government secrets to the enemy. D. Suspected of giving away government secrets to the enemy, he has been investigated for days. ------------HẾT------------ Trang 7/ 7 – Mã đề 001

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