20 Đề thi thử Tiếng Anh có đáp án chi tiết – Lovebook (bản WORD)

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Cập nhật mới nhất các đề thi thử Tiếng Anh chọn lọc năm 2018, Thích Tiếng Anh chia sẻ “20 Đề thi thử Tiếng Anh có đáp án chi tiết – Lovebook “. Đề thi được biên soạn bám sát với đề thi chính thức của bộ GD-ĐT, phù hợp cho mọi đối tượng học sinh từ cơ bản đến nâng cao, Đề thi bản WORD dễ dàng cho các thầy cho và các bạn chỉnh sửa, có đáp án và giải thích chi tiết 50 câu hỏi trắc nghiệm.

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Trích từ đề thi

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 following questions.

Question 1:  Henry has found a temporary job in a factory.

  1. eternal B. genuine C. permanent                D. satisfactory

Question 2: We had a whale of time as everything was quite fantastic.

  1. had a little time to play B. had a lot of time to play
  2. felt happy D. felt disappointed.

 

 

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 3:

 

A. equipB. vacantC. secureD. oblige
Question 4:
A. effectivenessB. accountancyC. satisfactionD. appropriate

 

 

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 5:

 

A. decidesB. combinesC. livesD. appoints
Question 6:
A. pictureB. cultureC. pureD. nature

 

 

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

Question 7: Mario has now              to the point where his English is almost fluent.

  1. arrived B. approached C. advanced                  D. reached

Question 8: It seems that he is having a lot of difficulties,             ?

  1. doesn’t it B. isn’t it C. isn’t he                     D. doesn’t he

 

Question 9: If energy              inexpensive and unlimited, many things in the world would be different.

  1. is B. will be C. were                         D. would be

Question 10: Opera singer Maria Callas was known for her              powerful voice.

  1. intensity B. intensify C. intense                      D. intensely

Question 11:             , he would have been able to pass the exam.

  1. Studying more B. Had he studied more
  2. If he studied more D. If he were studying more

Question 12: Dr. Parker gave my mom a lovely _           for spaghetti carbonara.

  1. recipe B. prescription C. receipt                      D. paper

Question  13: My sunburnt nose made  me  feel rather               for the  first  few days of the holiday.

  1. self-confident B. self-centered C. self-conscious           D. self-evident

Question 14: Why is he always              the subject of money?

  1. bringing up B. taking up C. looking up                D. turning up

Question 15:              that she burst into tears.

  1. So angry was she B. Such her anger C. She was so anger      D.Her anger was so

Question 16: We regret to tell you that the materials you ordered are             .

  1. out of reach B. out of practice C. out of stock              D. out of work

Question 17: Do you remember Daisy? I ran              her at the Fair yesterday.

  1. by B. down C. across                       D. in

Question 18: It is not              to be drunk in the street.

  1. respecting B. respectably C. respectful                 D. respectable

Question 19: A salesgirl is talking to a customer in a clothes shop.

Salesgirl: “Can I help you, madam?” Customer: “                               

  1. Yes, it’s in our summer sale. B. It’s very cheap.
  2. No, thanks. I’m just looking D. Right. It looks a bit small

Question 20: Cairo and Roma are talking in the living room.

Cairo: “            ?”

Roma: “I’d rather you didn’t, if you don’t mind.”

  1. Would you do me a favour B. Would you mind if I opened the door
  2. Will you please open the window D. Do you mind helping me with my work

 

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 21: The woman is famous not only for her beauty, intelligent but also for her hardworking.

  1. not only B. intelligent C. for                            D. hardworking

Question 22: Among the world’s 44 richest countries, there has been not war since 1945.

  1. world’s B. richest C. there                         D. been not Question 23: What we know about certain diseases are still not sufficient to prevent them from spreading easily among the population.
  2. What we know about B. are
  3. from spreading D. among

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 following questions.

Question 24: The lost hikers stayed alive by eating wild berries and drinking spring water.

  1. revived B. surprised C. connived                  D. survived Question 25: Father has lost his job, so we’ll have to tighten our belt to avoid getting into debt.
  2. earn money B. save money C. sit still                      D. economize

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.

The modern comic strip started out as ammunition in a newspaper war between giants of the American press in the late nineteenth century. The first full-color comic strip appeared January 1894 in the New York World, owned by Joseph Pulitzer. The first regular weekly full-color comic supplement, similar to today’s Sunday funnies, appeared two years later, in William Randolph Hearst’s rival New York paper, the Morning Journal.

Both were immensely popular, and publishers realized that supplementing the news with comic relief boosted the sale of papers. The Morning Journal started another feature in 1896, the “Yellow Kid”, the first continuous comic character in the United States, whose creator, Richard Outcault, had been lured away from the World by the ambitious Hearst. The “Yellow Kid” was in many ways a pioneer. Its comic dialogue was the strictly urban farce that came to characterize later strips, and it introduced the speech balloon inside the strip, usually placed above the characters’ heads.

The first strip to incorporate all the elements of later comics was Rudolph Dirks’s “Katzenjammer Kids,” based on Wilhelm Busch’s Max and Moritz, a European satire    of the

 

nineteenth century. The “Kids” strip, first published in 1897, served as the prototype for future American strips. It contained not only speech balloons, but a continuous cast of characters, and was divided into small regular panels that did away with the larger panoramic scenes of most earlier comics.

Newspaper syndication played a major role in spreading the popularity of comic strips throughout the country. Though weekly colored comics came first, daily black-and-white strips were not far behind. The first appeared in the Chicago American in 1904. It was followed by many imitators, and by 1915 black-and-white comic strips had become a staple  of daily newspapers around the country.

Question 26: In what order does the author discuss various comic strips in the passage?

  1. In the order in which they were
  2. From most popular to least
  3. According to the newspaper in which they
  4. In alphabetical order by

Question 27: According to the passage, the “Yellow Kid” was the first comic strip to do all  of the following EXCEPT                       .

  1. feature the same character in each episode B. include dialogue inside a balloon
  2. appear in a Chicago newspaper D. characterize life in a humorous way

Question 28: The word “incorporate” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to             .

  1. combine B. mention C. create                        D. affect

Question 29: Why does the author mention Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst?

  1. Their comic strips are still published
  2. They owned major competitive
  3. They established New York’s first
  4. They published comic strips about the newspaper

Question 30: The word “it” in paragraph 2 refers to             .

  1. balloon B. farce C. dialogue                   D. the “Yellow Kid” Question 31: The passage suggests that comic strips were popular for which of the following reasons?
  2. Readers enjoyed the unusual
  3. They were about real-life
  4. Readers could identify with the
  5. They provided a break from serious news

Question 32: What does the passage mainly discuss?

 

  1. The differences between early and modern comic strips
  2. Features of early comic strips in the United
  3. The effects of newspapers on comic strip
  4. A comparison of two popular comic

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

Mobile phones emit microwave radio emissions. Researchers are questioning whether exposure to these radio waves might (33) _ to brain cancer. So far, the data are not conclusive. The scientific evidence does not enable us to say with certainly that mobile phones are categorically (34)            . On the other hand, current research has not yet proved clear adverse effects associated with the prolonged use of mobile phones.

Numerous  studies  are  now going (35)               in  various  countries.  Some of the results are contradictory but others have shown an association between moblie phone use and cancer. (36) ,  these  studies  are preliminary and  the  issue  needs further, long-term investigation.

Until the scientific data are more definite, it is prudent for people to try not to use mobile phones for long period of time. Don’t think that hands-free phones are any safer either. At the moment, research is in fact showing the opposite and they may be just as dangerous. It is also thought that young  people (37)                                                                                                   bodies are still growing may be at particular risk.

Question 33:

  1. bring B. lead C. cause                        D. produce

Question 34:

  1. risky B. unhealthy C. secure                       D. safe

Question 35:

  1. on B. by C. through                     D. about

Question 36:

  1. Additionally B. However C. While                       D. Though

Question 37:

  1. whose B. that C. with                          D. as

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.

Butterflies are among the most extensively studied insects – an estimated 90 percent  of the world’s species have scientific names. As a consequence, they are perhaps the best

 

group of insects for examining patterns of terrestrial biotic diversity and distribution. Butterflies also have a favorable image with the general public. Hence, they are an excellent group for communicating information on science and conservation issues such as diversity.

Perhaps the aspect of butterfly diversity that has received the most attention over the past century is the striking difference in species richness between tropical and temperate regions.

For example, in 1875 one biologist pointed out the diversity of butterflies in the Amazon when he mentioned that about 700 species were found within an hour’s walk, whereas the total number found on the British islands did not exceed 66, and the whole of Europe supported only 321. This early comparison of tropical and temperate butterfly richness has been well confirmed.

A general theory of diversity would have to predict not only this difference between temperate and tropical zones, but also patterns within each region, and how these patterns vary among different animal and plant groups. However, for butterflies, variation of species richness within temperate or tropical regions, rather man between them, is poorly understood. Indeed, comparisons of numbers of species among the Amazon basin, tropical Asia, and Africa are still mostly “personal communication” citations, even for vertebrates, In other words, unlike comparison between temperate and tropical areas, these patterns are still in the documentation phase.

In documenting geographical variation in butterfly diversity, some arbitrary, practical decisions are made. Diversity, number of species, and species richness are used synonymously; little is known about the evenness of butterfly distribution. The New World butterflies make up the preponderance of examples because they are the most familiar species. It is hoped that by focusing on them, the errors generated by imperfect and incomplete taxonomy will be minimized.

Question 38: The word “striking” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to             .

  1. physical B. confusing C. noticeable                 D. successful Question 39: Butterflies are a good example for communicating information about conservation issues because they .
  2. are simple in structure B. have been given scientific names
  3. are viewed positively by people D. are found mainly in temperate climates

Question 40: The word “exceed” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _         .

  1. locate B. allow C. go beyond                D. come close to

Question 41: Which of the following is NOT well understood by biologists?

 

  1. European butterfly
  2. Differences in species richness between temperate and tropical
  3. Differences in species richness within a temperate or a tropical
  4. Comparisons of behavior patterns of butterflies and certain animal

Question 42: All of the followings are mentioned as being important parts of a general  theory of diversity EXCEPT                                          .

  1. differences between temperate and tropical
  2. patterns of distribution of species in each
  3. migration among temperate and tropical
  4. variation of patterns of distribution of species among different animals and

Question 43: Which aspect of butterflies does the passage mainly discuss?

  1. Their physical characteristics B. Their adaptation to different habitats
  2. Their names D. Their variety

Question 44: The word “they” in paragraph 1 refer to             .

  1. insects B. butterflies C. patterns                    D. issues

Question 45: The idea “little is known about the evenness of butterfly distribution” in paragraph 5 is that                                     .

  1. there are many other things that we don’t know about butterfly evenness distribution
  2. we don’t know anything about butterfly evenness distribution
  3. we know much about butterfly evenness distribution
  4. we know about butterfly evenness distribution to some extent

 

 

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

Question 46: John was not here yesterday. Perhaps he was ill.

  1. John needn’t be here yesterday because he was
  2. Because of his illness, John shouldn’t have been here
  3. John might have been ill yesterday, so he was not
  4. John must have been ill yesterday, so he was not

Question 47: “Cigarette?”, he said. “No, thanks.”, I said.

  1. He asked for a cigarette, and I immediately
  2. He mentioned a cigarette, so I thanked
  3. He offered me a cigarette, but I promptly
  4. He asked if I was smoking, and I denied at

 

 

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: They started the meal after they had reached an agreement.

  1. Reaching an agreement, they started the
  2. Having reached an agreement, they started the
  3. Having had the meal, they reached an
  4. Having the meal, they reached an

Question 49: It had been snowing all day. A great many people managed to get to the end-of- term concert.

  1. Very few people indeed were prevented from getting to the end-of-term concert by the heavy
  2. Since there had been snow all day long, it wasn’t easy for people to get to the end-of- term
  3. As it had been snowing heavily all day, a great many people just could not get to the end-of-term
  4. A lot of people did get to the end-of-term concert in spite of the snow that fell all

Question 50: People said that the manager would return next Monday.

  1. The manger was said to have returned on
  2. The manager was said to return next
  3. The manager is said to return next
  4. The manager is said to have returned on

 

Đáp án

 

1.C2.D3.B4.C5.D6.C7.C8.C9.C10.C
11.B12.A13.C14.A15.A16.C17.C18.D19.C20.B
21.B22.D23.B24.D25.D26.A27.C28.A29.B30.D
31.D32.B33.B34.D35.A36.B37.A38.C39.C40.C
41.C42.C43.D44.B45.A46.C47.C48.B49.D50.B

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