Đề thi thử Tiếng Anh trường THPT Chuyên Lê Quý Đôn – Quảng Trị lần 2 năm 2017

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Đề thi ngày 13-14/5/2017

Tham khảo:


Indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the others in pronunciation in each question.

Question 1: A. public B. cube C. distribute D. assume

Question 2: A. ranked B. gained C. proved D. prepared

Indicate the word that differs from the others in the position of primary stress in each question.

Question 3: A. conservation B. technology C. incredible D. artistic

Question 4: A. household B. college C. career D. pressure

Indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Question 5: It was in 1793 (A) when Eli Whitney (B) invented the cotton gin, (C) which made the

cotton market (D) boom.

Question 6: (A) Although Japan is (B) crowded, the Japanese (C) has a high standard of (D) living.

Question 7: (A) A competitive company (B) can increase (C) its profit by cutting its cost or (D)

increase its sales.

Indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 8: Lucy was late for school this morning because the alarm didn’t ______ as usual.

A. get off B. ring off C. take off D. go off

Question 9: When I left ______ station, I had to stand in ______ queue for a taxi for a long time.

A. the / the B. a / a C. a / the D. the / a

Question 10: By the time I ______ to bed last night, I ______ my homework.

A. went / had already finished B. was going / was already finishing

C. had gone / already finished D. went / have already finished

Question 11: He didn’t want to be a burden ______ his parents so he decided to find a part-time job.

A. for B. of C. with D. to

Question 12: Many people ______ homeless after the tsunami in Japan in 2011.

A. is said to be B. say to be C. are said to have been D. are said to be

Question 13: He was the only ______ to be offered the job.

A. apply B. application C. applicant D. applying

Question 14: If a defender ______ a foul within the five meter area that prevents a likely goal, the

attacking team is awarded a penalty throw or shot.

A. touches B. interferes C. punches D. commits

Question 15: When I met Tom, he asked me ______.

A. how long I had study English B. how long had I studied English

C. how long I have studied English D. how long I had studied English

Question 16: One of Vietnamese traditions is a belief in ______ families and in preserving their cultures.

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A. wealthy B. secure C. safe D. close-knit

Question 17: Yesterday when I was cleaning the store, I came ______ an old picture.

A. along B. across C. over D. from

Question 18: The manager ______ his temper with the employees and shouted at them.

A. had B. lost C. took D. kept

Question 19: The more you work, ______.

A. the more money you earn B. more and more money you earn

C. you earn more money D. the far most money you earn

Indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

Question 20: Two friends Peter and Lucy are talking about Lucy’s hair.

– Peter: “What a great haircut, Lucy!”

– Lucy: “______”

A. You think so? I don’t like it. B. It’s my pleasure.

C. Thanks. It’s very kind of you to say so. D. Oh yes, it’s very unfashionable.

Question 21: After school, Charles invites Lisa to see a movie with him.

– Charles: “Do you fancy going to a movie this evening?”

– Lisa: “______”

A. Not so bad. And you? B. That would be nice.

C. Not at all. Go ahead. D. I’m sorry. I don’t know that.

Indicate the word CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word in each of the following questions.

Question 22: The ASEAN Para-Games are held by the same country where the SEA Games took place.

A. participated B. defended C. organized D. impressed

Question 23: She came to the meeting late on purpose so she would miss the introductory speech.

A. reasonably B. expectedly C. aimlessly D. intentionally

Indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each question.

Question 24: The consequences of the typhoon were disastrous due to the lack of precautionary


A. damaging B. physical C. beneficial D. severe

Question 25: Drivers should get enough petrol because filling stations are few and far between on the

high way.

A. unlikely to happen B. easy to find C. impossible to reach D. difficult to access

Read the following passage and indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 26 to 33.

Lighthouses are towers with strong lights that help mariners know their position, inform them that

land is near, and warn them of dangerous rocks and reefs. They are placed at prominent points on the

coast and on islands, reefs, and sandbars.

Every lighthouse has a distinctive pattern of light known as its characteristic. There are five basic

characteristics: fixed, flashing, occulting, group flashing, and group occulting. A fixed signal is a steady

beam. A flashing signal has periods of darkness longer than periods of light, while an occulting signal’s

periods of light are longer. A group-flashing light gives off two or more flashes at regular intervals, and a

group-occulting signal consists of a fixed light with two or more periods of darkness at regular intervals.

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Some lighthouses use lights of different colors as well, and today, most lighthouses are also equipped

with radio beacons. The three type of apparatus used to produce the signals are the catoptric, in which

metal is used to reflect the light; the dioptric, in which glass is used; and the catadioptric, in which both

glass and metal are used.

In the daytime, lighthouses can usually be identified by their structure alone. The most typical

structure is a tower tapering at the top, but some, such as the Bastion Lighthouse on the Saint Lawrence

River, are shaped like pyramids, and others, such as the Race Rock Light, look like wooden houses sitting

on high platforms. Still others, such as the American Shoal Lighthouse off the Florida Coast, are skeletal

towers of steel. Where lighthouses might be confused in daylight, they can be distinguished by day-maker

patterns-designs of checks and stripes painted in vivid colors on lighthouse walls.

In the past, the job of lighthouse keeper was lonely and difficult, if somewhat romantic. Lighthouse

keepers put in hours of tedious work maintaining the lights. Today, lighthouses are almost entirely

automated with humans supplying only occasional maintenance. Because of improvements in

navigational technology, the importance of lighthouses has diminished. There only about 340 functioning

lighthouses in existence in the United States today, compared to about 1,500 in 1900, and there are only

about 1,400 functioning lighthouses outside the United States. Some decommission lighthouses have been

preserved as historical monuments.

Question 26: Which of the following is NOT a function of lighthouses?

A. to indicate that land is near B. to notify sailors that bad weather is approaching

C. to help sailors determine their location D. to warn of danger from rocks and reefs

Question 27: The word “their” in paragraph 1 refers to ______.

A. dangers B. lights C. mariners D. lighthouses

Question 28: The word “prominent” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ______.

A. famous B. dangerous C. picturesque D. conspicuous

Question 29: What is the passage mainly about?

A. The job of lighthouse keepers B. The development of lighthouses

C. How to identify lighthouses D. An overview of lighthouses

Question 30: According to the passage, a catoptric apparatus is one that uses ______.

A. metal B. glass C. a radio beacon D. lights of various colors

Question 31: Which of the following is NOT a specific example of lighthouses in the third paragraph?

A. a lighthouse with day-marker patterns

B. a lighthouse shaped like a pyramid

C. a lighthouse that resembles a house on a platform

D. a lighthouse made of steel

Question 32: It can be concluded that lighthouses with day-maker patterns can be found in areas where


A. the weather is frequently bad

B. there are a number of lighthouses with similar structures

C. there are not many lighthouses

D. the structures themselves cannot be easily seen by passing mariners

Question 33: The author implies that, compared to those of the past, contemporary lighthouses ______.

A. are more romantic B. are more difficult to operate

C. employ more powerful lights D. require less maintenance


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