12 Đề thi thử Tiếng Anh 2018 – thầy Phạm Trọng Hiếu (bản WORD)

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Bổ sung thêm cho kho đề thi thử Tiếng Anh năm 2018 biên soạn bởi các thầy cô giáo nổi tiếng, Thích Tiếng Anh chia sẻ “12 Đề thi thử Tiếng Anh THPT Quốc Gia năm 2018” bản WORD, được thầy Phạm Trọng Hiếu – Hocmai biên soạn kĩ lướng, bám sát với chương trình ôn thi THPT Quốc Gia và cấu trúc đề thi mới của bộ GD-ĐT, đề thi có đáp án để bạn có thể đối chiếu, tham khảo với bài làm của mình.

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Trích từ đề thi

PART 1.

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. offerB. attemptC. adviseD. achieve
Question 2:A. admireB. happenC. complainD. complete

PART 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.

Question 3:A. scarB. paceC. shadeD. brave
Question 4:A. shameB. drankC. blazeD. cable

PART 3.

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: Thanks for all your help. “                               

  1. Don’t mention it. B. I don’t think so
  2. I’m sorry to hear that D. It’s nice of you

Question 6: I’m sorry. I’ve broken a glass. “                         

  1. Why don’t you try again? B. That’s quite all right
  2. I can’t do that D. I don’t have it

PART 4.

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: That is a rich family.

  1. hard-up B. wealthy C. well-to-do                 D. land-owning

Question 8: These boys are mischievous.

  1. well-behaved B. naughty C. fractious                   D. disobedient

PART 5.

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: They have a good relationship.

  1. harmonious B. failed C. broken                      D. fragile

Question 10: They have a poor relationship.

 

  1. friendly B. difficult C. healthy                     D. strong

PART 6.

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

Question 11: Now I                            Havard University.

  1. am attending B. attend C. was attending           D. attended

Question 12: He has been selling motorcycles                  .

  1. in ten years B. for ten years C. ten years ago            D. since ten years

Question 13: He fell down when he                   towards the church.

  1. run B. runs C. was running              D. had run

Question 14: Columbus                  America more then 400 years ago.

  1. he has gone B. has discovered C. had discovered         D. discovered

Question 15: We                   there when our father died.

  1. still lived B. lived still C. was still living          D. were still living

Question 16: By Christmas, I                  for you for 6 months.

  1. shall work B. Shall have been working C.  have  been working
  2. shall be working

Question 17:                        is  a family unit  that  consists  of a  father, a  mother,   and their children.

  1. nuclear family B. single-parent family C. extended family D. big family

Question 18: We are a very               family and support each other through any crisis.

  1. old-established B. close-knit C. hard-up                     D. well-to-do

Question 19: Her family and friends have given her lots of                   

  1. supports B. support C. supporters                 D. supportive Question 20: She was brought up  in a                                        family. She can’t understand  the financial problem we are facing.
  2. kind B. wealthy C. broke                        D. poor

Question 21: Mark enjoys having fun by causing trouble. He’s a very    _            boy.

  1. stubborn B. mischievous C. spoiled                      D. bright

Question  22:  My  family  consist                      five  people.  my  parents,  my  two  younger brothers and I.

  1. of B. over C. up                             D. bright

PART 7.

 

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 from 23 to 27.

Many people today would like the traditional two-parent family back, that is to say, they want a man and a woman to (23)                                       for life; they also think the man should support the family, and the woman should stay home with the children. However, few families now    (24) in the this category. In fact, if more women decide to have children on their own, the single-parent household may become more typical than the traditional family  in many countries. Also, couples may decide to have more children, or they might take in foster  children or (25)  .  And  because  people  are  staying  single and living longer, there may be more one-person households.

  • the other hand, some people believe that similar events happen  again and again in if this is true, people may go back to the traditional (27)                                        or nuclear family of the past. Others think that the only certainty in history is change. in other words, the structure of the future family could begin to change faster and faster and in more and more ways.
Question 23:A. marryB. wedC. engageD. gather
Question 24:A. belongB. crowdC. groupD. fall
Question 25:A. bring upB. feelC. adaptD. adopt
Question 26:A. inB. atC. onD. for
Question 27:A.B. extensiveC. enlargedD. big

 

 

PART 8.

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 28 to 34.

FAMILY LIFE IN THE UNITED STATES

Family life in the United States is changing. Fifty or sixty years ago, the wife was called a “housewife”. She cleaned, cooked, and cared for the children. The husband earned the money for the family. He was usually out working all day. He came home tired in the evening, so he did not do much housework. And he did not see the children very much, except on weekends. These days, however, more and more women work outside the home. They cannot stay with the children all day. They, too, come home tired in the evening. They do not want to spend the evening cooking dinner and cleaning up. They do not have time to clean the house and do

 

the laundry. So who is going to do the housework now? Who is going to take care of the children?

Many families solve the problem of housework by sharing it. In these families, the husband and wife agree to do different jobs around the house, or they take turns doing each job. For example, the husband always cooks dinner and the wife always does the laundry. Or the wife cooks dinner on some nights and the husband cooks dinner on other nights.

Then there is the question of the children. In the past, many families got help with child care from grandparents. Now families usually do not live near their relatives. The grandparents are often too far away to help in a regular way. More often, parents have to pay for child care help. The help may be a babysitter or a day-care center. The problem with t his kind of help is the high cost. It is possible only for couples with jobs that pay well.

Parents may get another kind of help form the companies they work for. Many companies now let people with children work part-time. That way, parents can spend more time with their children. Some husbands may even stop working for a while to stay with the children. For these men there is a new word. they are called “househusbands”. In the USA more and more men are becoming househusbands every year.

These changes in the home mean changes in the family. Fathers can learn to understand their children better, and the children can get to know their fathers better. Husbands and wives  may also find changes in their marriage. They, too, may have a better understanding of each other.

Question 28: Sixty years ago, most women                         

  1. went out to work had no children
  2. did not do much housework D. were housewives

Question 29: Nowadays, there are                     .

  1. more women going out to work than before
  2. more and more women staying with the children all day
  3. more work outside the home than before
  4. more housewives than before

Question 30: The word “laundry” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to            

  1. tidying up B. cooking and washing up
  2. washing and ironing D. Shopping

Question 31: It can be inferred from paragraph 4 that                    .

  1. couples with low-paid jobs can’t afford the cost of a babysitter or a day-care center

 

  1. grandparents can help care the children in a regular way
  2. all couples with jobs can pay for help from a babysitter or a day-care center
  3. in the past, grandparents did not help the couples with child care

Question 32: The word “they” in paragraph 5 refers to                               

  1. husbands who stop working to stay with the children
  2. fathers who spend more time with their children
  3. parents who work part-time
  4. children who spend more time with fathers than

Question 33: The changes in the American home mentioned in this passage may             

  1. help families B. not happen
  2. cause problems for a marriage D. not change the children at all

Question 34: This article is about                 

  1. American men as househusbands B. housewives in America
  2. how more American women are working D. how family life in America is changing

Question 35: What does the companies in USA do to help parents?

  1. Pay them more. B. pay for hiring babysitter.
  2. allow parents to work less than the usual. D. help them to bring up their children.

PART 9.

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 35 to 42.

The nuclear family, consisting of a mother, father, and their children, may be more an American ideal than an American reality. Of course, the so-called traditional  American family was always more varied than we had been led to believe, reflecting the very different racial, ethnic, class, and religious customs among different American groups.

The most recent government statistics reveal that only about one third of all current American families fit the traditional mold and another third consists of married couples who either have no children or have none still living at home. Of the final one third, about 20 percent of the total number of American households are single people, usually women over sixty-five years of age. A small percentage, about 3 percent of the total, consists of unmarried people who choose to live together; and the rest, about 7 percent are single, usually divorced parents, with at least one child. Today, these varied family types are typical, and therefore, normal. Apparently, many Americans are achieving supportive relationships in family forms other than the traditional one.

 

Question 36: With what topic is the passage mainly concerned?

  1. The traditional American family B. The nuclear family
  2. The current American family D. The ideal family

Question 37: The writer implies that           .

  1. there have always been a wide variety of family arrangement in the United States
  2. racial, ethnic, and religious groups have preserved the traditional family structure
  3. the ideal American family is the best structure
  4. fewer married couples are having children

Question 38: The word ‘current’ in line 7 could best be replaced by which of the following?

  1. typical B. present C. perfect                      D. traditional Question 39: In the passage, married couples whose children have grown or who have no children represent .
  2. 1/3 percent of households B. 20 percent of households
  3. 7 percent of households D. 3 percent of households

Question 40: Who generally constitutes a one-person household?

  1. A single man in his twenties B. An elderly man
  2. A single woman in her late sixties D. A divorced woman

Question 41: What is nuclear family?

  1. a social unit composed of two parents and one or more
  2. a family consisting of a family nucleus and various relatives, as
  3. a family in which a parent brings up a child or children alone, without a partner
  4. a hard-up family

Question 42: Unmarried people living together represent                                    .

  1. 3 percent B. 20 percent C. 7 percent                  D. 1/3 percent

PART 10.

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 43: I haven’t met my grandparents for five years.

  1. I often met my grandparents five years
  2. I last met my grandparents five years
  3. I have met my grandparents for five
  4. I didn’t meet my grandparents five years

Question 44: We survived that accident because we were wearing our seat belts.

 

  1. But for our seat belts, we would have survived that
  2. Had we not been wearing our seat belts, we wouldn’t have survived that
  3. Without our seat belts, we could have survived that
  4. If we weren’t wearing our seat belts, we couldn’t have survived that

Question 45: “No, I won’t go to work at the weekend,” said Sally.

  1. Sally refused to go to work at the
  2. Sally promised to go to work at the
  3. Sally apologized for not going to work at the
  4. Sally regretted not going to work at the

PART 11.

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 46: My mother always get up early to prepare breakfast for everyone in the family.

  1. get B. to prepare C. everyone                   D. the family

Question 47: I prefer living in a nuclear family than a joint one.

  1. living B. nuclear C. than                          D. one

Question 48: He comes from a large family, all of them now live in Australia.

  1. comes B. large C. them                         D. live

PART 12.

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: Some kinds of fish live in fresh water. Others live in sea water.

  1. Some kinds of fish live in fresh water, for others live in sea
  2. Some kinds of fish live in fresh water, and others live in sea
  3. Some kinds of fish live in fresh water, or others live in sea
  4. Some kinds of fish live in fresh water, so others live in sea

Question 50: My mother is very busy with her work at the office. She still takes good care of us.

  1. In spite of being very busy with her work at the office, my mother takes good care of
  2. Because my mother is very busy with her work at the office, she takes good care of
  3. My mother is so busy with her work at the office that she cannot take good care of
  4. My mother is too busy with her work at the office to take good care of

 

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