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SỞ GD&ĐT NGHỆ AN



LIÊN TRƯỜNG THPT



KÌ THI THỬ THPT QUỐC GIA LẦN 1 NĂM 2019


Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH





(Đề thi có 04 trang)



Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề


Họ và tên thí sinh:... SBD:...



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 1:

No matter how young are you, you should take responsibility to do some housework



A B C



to help your parents.


D



Question 2:

Raw materials that used to make cars include iron ore, rubber, and petroleum.



A B C D



Question 3:

Although Clyde is formally from Pennsylvania, he finds it difficult to get used to the cold


A B C




winters we are having.


D



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 4:

Marsha found it difficult to

cope with

the loss of her job.



A

. anticipate

B

. deal with

C

. think about

D

. confirm



Question 5:

The tiny

irrigation

channels were everywhere, and along some of them the water was running.


A

. flushing out with water

B

. washing out with water

C

. supplying water

D

. cleaning with water



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 6: A

. inhabitants

B

. questions

C

. politics

D

. kidnaps



Question 7: A.

booth

B

. breathe

C

. cloth

D

. southern



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 8: A

. cigar

B

. women

C

. market

D

. shortage



Question 9: A

. physicist

B

. digestion

C

. professor

D

. discover



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 10:

The Statue of Liberty in New York is

a triumph

of the late 19

th

century art and engineering.



A

. an improvement

B

. a conquest

C

. a victory

D

. a failure



Question 11:

I

can’t make head nor tail

of these instructions on the packet.



A

. I am confused about

B

. I can understand well



C

. I have difficulty understanding

D

. I really know the meaning of



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 12:

Tom is apologizing to Mary for not being able to come to her party.


-

Tom:

“I’m sorry. I won’t be able to come” -

Mary:

“_________”.



A

. Great

B

. Oh, that’s annoying

C

. Well, never mind

D

. Sounds like fun



Question 13:

Two friends Dick and Peter are talking about a way of behaving.


-

Dick:

“What a strange behavior!”

- Peter:

“_________”



A

. I couldn’t agree more.

B

. That’s what you’re saying.



C

. I’m not here to do it.

D

. You can repeat it.



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.



Due to rapid urbanization and high population density, cities from around the world are under great strain



on transportation, infrastructure, energy and other things. To address

these urban challenges

, governments have


come up with the idea of smart cities in which new technologies are applied to promote sustainable development




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and create a high quality of life for citizens. Let's have a look at two of the leading global smart cities and their


innovative solutions:



Copenhagen



Regarded as the greenest capital city in the world, Copenhagen is a front runner in green technology


innovations. The city is aiming to be the first carbon-neutral capital by 2025, and it has reduced carbon emissions


by 50 percent since 1995. Besides, lots of money has been invested in upgrading bike lanes, so 45% of its


residents go to work or school by bike every day. The invention of an intelligent traffic management system also


helps optimize traffic flow and remedy road congestion. In terms of waste treatment, Copenhagen sends less than


2% of its waste to landfills. Half of the waste is recycled and most of the waste is used to generate heat for the


city's district heating network. Its highly efficient district heating system connects 98% of all households, while


in the summer months, the district cooling system relies on cold water from the sea to save 70% of energy


compared to traditional air-conditioning. This is part of its plan to create renewable energy resources.



Singapore



While several nations around the world are experimenting with 'smart city' technologies to

handle

issues


such as street lighting, traffic light management and waste collection, the city-state of Singapore has a much more


ambitious vision for its whole nation. Its centrepiece is a Smart Nation Platform that brings together data from a


nationwide sensor network. Collected data will be transferred into an open data platform and a "Virtual


Singapore" model will allow city planners to prevent crime, determine traffic density and send out wide-scale


warnings during an emergency. Moreover, 98% of government services are accessible online, and an in-house


Digital Government Services team has launched various public mobile apps for healthcare and transport. With


these efforts, Singapore is on the move to reach its vision to be the world's first Smart Nation.




Question 14

: What is the passage about?



A

. a front runner in green technology innovations

B

. rapid urbanization and high population density



C

. leading global smart cities

D

. new ways of cooling system



Question 15

: The phrase “

these urban challenges

” in paragraph 1 refers to:



A

. rapid urbanization of rural areas

B

. governments’ demand to innovate the cities



C

. development of technology 4.0

D

. strain on transportation, infrastructure, energy and other things



Question 16

: The word “

handle

” in paragraph 3 mostly means _____



A

. solve

B.

take

C.

prevent

D

. consider



Question 17

: All of the following green technology innovations have been applied in Copenhagen

EXCEPT____



A

. upgrading bicycle lanes

B

. collecting data from a national network of sensors



C

. generating heat from waste

D

. making use of cold water from the sea for district cooling system



Question 18

: Which of the following information is

NOT GIVEN

in the passage?



A

. Each day nearly a half of Copenhagen citizens get to work or school by bike.



B

. In Singapore, there are numerous public mobile apps for healthcare and transport.



C

. The City of Copenhagen established the first Green Wave for cyclists back in 2007.




D

. The main aim of 'Virtual Singapore' is to help city planners prevent crime, anticipate traffic density


and release wide-scale warnings during an emergency.



Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to the following question.



Question 19:

Film festivals are events staged by private organizations, local governments, arts associations or film ____.



A

. social

B

. society

C

. societies

D

. sociable



Question 20:

Why don’t you ______ a go? It’s not difficult.



A

. make

B

. have

C

. do

D

. set



Question 21:

The boss was away so his assistant had to ______ him and make the speech.



A

. go in for

B

. bring out in

C

. stand in for

D

. take over from



Question 22:

You should not say things that might make a highly ______ person upset.



A

. sensitive

B.

sensible

C

. sense

D

. sensibility



Question 23:

A large ______ of whales beached and died last year because of ear problems.



A

. amount

B

. quantity

C

. number

D

. deal



Question 24:

Making mistakes is all ________ of growing up.



A

. part and parcel

B

. top and button

C

. chalk and cheese

D

. odds and ends



Question 25:

After he left _______ University of Massachusetts, he went to _____ Indiana State University.




A

. Φ /the

B

. the/ an

C

. Φ/ Φ

D

. the/ Φ



Question 26:

I always keep candles in the room _______ there is a power cut.




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Question 27:

The lorry_____ at eighty kilometers an hour when it ____ into the house.



A

. traveled/ crashed

B

. was traveling/ crashed

C

. had traveled/ was crashing

D

. had traveled/ crashed



Question 28:

Colour ____ reflects the current stage of your emotions and helps to improve or change your emotions.



A

. which

B

. that

C

. both

D

. either



Question 29:

There’s ______ in trying to contact him as he is touring Europe.



A

. no point

B

. no way

C

. nowhere

D

. no quarter



Question 30:

Those

______ to join our club must fill in this form first.



A

. wanting

B

. if wanting

C

. want

D

. who wants



Question 31:

______ in 1607, Jamestown in Virginia was the first settlement in the New World.



A

. It was founded

B

. Founded

C

. Founding

D

. To be found



Question 32: “

I can’t remember us ever ______,

replied the stranger.



A

. being met

B

. to meet

C

. having met

D

. to have met




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 33:

You can do any job. The only condition is that you have the right qualifications for it.



A

. You can do any job providing you have the right qualifications for it.



B.

Unless you have the right qualifications for it, you can do any job.



C

. If you can do any job, you’ll have the right qualifications for it.



D

. Because of having the right qualifications for any job, you can do it.



Question 34:

The demand for the tickets of the final match between Vietnam and Malaysia was very great.


People queued days and nights.



A

. So great the demand for the tickets of the final match between Vietnam and Malaysia was that people



queued days and nights.



B

. Such was the demand for the tickets of the final match between Vietnam and Malaysia that people


queued days and nights.



C

. So great was the demand for the tickets of the final match between Vietnam and Malaysia that people



queued days and nights.



D

. Such great was demand for the tickets of the final match between Vietnam and Malaysia that people




queued days and nights.



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.



Experiments have shown that in selecting personnel for a job, interviewing is at best a

hindrance

, and


may even cause harm. These studies have disclosed that the judgments of interviewers differ markedly and bear


little or no relationship to the adequacy of job applicants. Of the many reasons why this should be the case, three


in particular stand out. The first reason is related to an error of judgment known as hallo effect. If a person has


one noticeable good trait, their other characteristics will be judged as better than

they

really are. Thus, an


individual who dresses smartly and show self-confidence is likely to be judged capable of doing the job well


regardless of his or her real ability.



Interviewers are also prejudiced by an effect called the primacy effect. This error occurs when


interpretation of later information is distorted by earlier connected information. Hence, in an interview situation,


the interviewer spends most of the interview trying to

confirm

the impression given by the candidate in the first


few moments. Studies have repeatedly demonstrated that such an impression is unrelated to the aptitude of the


applicant.



The phenomenon known as the contrast effect also skews the judgment of interviewers. A suitable


candidate may be underestimated because he or she contrasts with a previous one who appears exceptionally


intelligent. Likewise, an average candidate who is preceded by one who gives a weak showing may be judged as


more suitable than he or she really is.



Since interviews as a form of personnel selection have been shown to be inadequate, other selection


procedures have been devised which more accurately predict candidate suitability. Of the various tests devised,


the predictor which appears to do this most successfully is cognitive ability as measured by a variety of verbal


and spatial tests.



Question 35:

This passage mainly discusses the _______.




A.

inadequacy of interviewing job applicants

B

. technique that interviewers use for judging job applicants



C

. effects of interviewing on job applicants

D.

judgments of interviewers concerning job applicants




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A

. encouragement

B

. assistance

C

. procedure

D

. interference



Question 37:

The word "

they

" in paragraph 1 refers to _______.



A

. judgments

B

. applicants

C

. interviewers

D

. characteristics



Question 38:

According to the passage, the halo effect _______.



A.

stands out as the worst judgmental error



B.

takes effect only when a candidate is well dressed



C

. exemplifies how one good characteristic colors perceptions



D

. helps the interviewer to judge real ability



Question 39:

The word "

confirm

" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _____.



A

. verify

B

. conclude

C

. recollect

D

. misrepresent



Question 40:

According to the passage, the first impression _____.



A

. can easily be altered

B

. is the one that stays with the interviewer




C

. is unrelated to the interviewer’s prejudices

D

. has been repeatedly demonstrated to the applicant



Question 41:

The author mentions all of the following reasons why interviewing is not an accurate way to predict


candidate suitability

EXCEPT

the ______.



A

. halo effect

B

. primacy effect

C

. contrast effect

D

. cognitive effect



Question 42:

We can infer that the paragraph following the passage most likely discusses which of the following?



A

. Other reasons for misjudgments of applicants



B

. More information on the kinds of judgmental effects



C

. More information on cognitive ability tests



D

. Other selection procedures included in interviewing




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.



Second-hand but better than new



Many people (

43

) ____ are building their own homes or renovating existing buildings have discovered


that it makes more sense to buy second-hand goods than to buy new doors, fireplaces or radiators. These days a


large number of businesses offer second-hand material, though many of them cater exclusively for professional


builders. However, there are outlets that sell to members of the public, so someone who wants to indulge (

44

)


_____ a spot of DIY will probably be able to find reclamation material, as second-hand building supplies are


known, anywhere in the country.




Searching for what one wants can be time-consuming, so why bother? Is there, for example, any financial


reason to make it (

45

)_____ one’s while? The answer, in many cases, is yes. An oak door in good condition will


be considerably less expensive than a new one, even though it is only a few years old. (

46

)_____, the majority of


clients of reclamation yards are on the outlook for items that simply can’t be found these days, such as stone


fireplaces several centuries old. Items like this will, of course, be expensive, but there are a lot of people who do


not (

47

) _____ paying a high price for a second-hand fireplace that is, in their view, better than new.



Question 43:

A

. whom

B.

who

C.

when

D.

while



Question 44:

A

. on

B.

of

C.

at

D.

in



Question 45:

A.

worth

B.

clear

C.

sure

D.

safe



Question 46:

A.

However

B.

Therefore

C.

What’s more

D.

Meanwhile



Question 47:

A.

avoid

B.

mind

C.

stand

D.

care



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 48:

We expected her to be here hours ago. Where is she?



A.

She ought to have been here hours ago. Where is she?



B.

She might have been here hours ago. Where is she?



C.

She is expected to be here hours ago. Where is she?



D.

She shouldn’t

have been here hours ago. Where is she?




Question 49:

Jane is more open-minded than her sister.



A

. Jane’s sister looks open-minded.

B

. Jane’s sister is not as open-minded as her.



C

. Jane is not so open-minded as her sister.

D

. Jane looks more open-minded than her sister.



Question 50:

“I’m very sorry for what happened but you will have to accept the truth”, Laura said to her friend.


A

. Laura took the responsibility for what happened.

B

. Laura didn’t mean to tell the truth.



C

. Laura apologized to her friend for what had happened.

D

. Laura consoled her friend.






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