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Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia 2020 môn Tiếng Anh Mã đề 410
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.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable respone to complete each of the following exchanges.
Câu 5: Helen and Mary are talking about Mary’s result at school.
- Helen: “Your parents must be proud of your result at school!”
A. Thanks. It’s certainly encouraging
B. I’m glad you like it
C. Sorry to hear that
D. Of course
Câu 6: Laura and David are talking about the benefits of swimming.
- Laura: “I think swimming helps us exercise all our muscles.”
- David: “_______.”
A. You can do it. Thanks anyway
B. There is no doubt about it
C. Not at all.You can make it
D. Yes, swimming does, too
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions
Câu 7: Punctuality is imperative in your new job.
A. Being efficient
B. Being courteous
C. Being cheerful
D. Being late
Câu 8: Travel insurance is sometimes mistaken for temporary health insurance, but the two are actually different.
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.
Câu 9: She wishes that we didn’t send her the candy yesterday because she’s on a diet.
A. didn’t send
D. her the candy
Câu 10: He used to smoking a cigar after meal but now he quit smoking because he has got some respiratory problem
B. used to smoking
Câu 11: It is such difficult a lesson that we can’t understand it.
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.
Câu 12: My cousin tends to look on the bright side in any circumstance.
A. be confident
B. be optimistic
C. be pessimistic
D. be smart
Câu 13: Domestic chores will no longer be a burden thanks to the inventions of laborsaving devices.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Câu 14: I _______ for this company for more than 30 years, and I intend to stay here until I retire next year.
A. am working
B. am going to work
D. have been working
Câu 15: My teeth were a little yellow so I _________ by the dentist.
A. had had them cleaned
B. had cleaned them
C. had them cleaned
D. is cleaned
Câu 16: The old market is said _________ in a fire two years ago.
A. to be destroying
B. to be destroyed
C. to have destroyed
D. to have been destroyed
Câu 17: We interviewed a number of candidates but none of them _________ us.
Câu 18: Strict _________ measures are in force in the capital to protect it from terrorism.
Câu 19: Ellen didn’t get_________ very well _________ her roommate.
Câu 20: If he _________ the doctor last week, he wouldn’t be suffering now.
B. didn’t see
D. had seen
Câu 21: Bill asked Tom where _________ .
A. he was going now
B. he was going then
C. is he going now
D. he is going then
Câu 22: Not all teenagers are well-_________ for their future job when they are at high school.
Câu 23: Some day of rest may help to _________ the pressure of work.
C. raise up
Câu 24: By the end of the 21th century, scientists _________ the cure for the common cold.
A. will have discovered
B. had discovered
C. will discover
D. are discovering
Câu 25: Parents have great hopes or great _________ when they send their children to school.
Câu 26: Not only _________ the exam but she also got a scholarship.
A. she passed
B. did she pass
C. she had passed
D. has she passed
Câu 27: The man _______ designed the building is my mother.
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 PEOPLE BEHIND THE MUSIC
Think for a moment about the last music album you bought. Most likely, you’ll think of the singer or band that made you want to buy the album. You might even know the name of the guitar player or the drummer. Those talented performers, however, are only some of the people in the music industry work behind the scenes, but the roles they play in the musical progress are very important.
Songwriters: Songs begin with the songwriter. Some songwriters work alone, but many work in teams that combine the talents of a lyricist, who writes the words to songs, and an instrumentalist, often a piano player or guitarist, who writes the music. Many of today’s pop stars work with songwriters. For example, some of Lady Gaga’s biggest hits were written by Nadir Khayat, also known “RedOne”. Some songwriting teams have become very famous, such as Mike Stock, Matt Aitken, and Pete Waterman, who were responsible for many big 1980s pop hits.
Arrangers: After a song has been written, music arrangers make it more appealing by deciding which instruments will be used, what tempo, or speed, the song will have, and whether the song should have a lower or higher pitch. A good arrangement can bring a song to life and make it a classic.
Studio Musicians: Not every singer or instrumentalist can be a star, and many work in the background as studio musicians. These artists are not a part of any one musical group. Instead, they are hired for recording sessions that eventually become the albums you buy, as well as soundtracks for television shows, movies, and radio ads.
Recording Engineers: Recording engineers also play a major role in creating the final sound that you hear. First, these engineers set up the recording studio, the room where the performers play, placing musicians and microphones in exactly the right places to get the best sound. Next, they use electronic equipment, such multi-track recorders, to capture the music. Finally, long after the musicians have gone home, recording engineers use a mixing board to balance the melodies and rhythms of each musician, and sometimes to incorporate special sound effects or additional tracks.
Many people make a living with music. You may not recognize all of their names, but all of them work together to create the songs you love to listen to.
Câu 28: Which piece of equipment is used at the end of the recording process?
A. a multi-track recorder
B. a guitar or piano
C. a mixing board
D. a microphone
Câu 29: Which sentence is NOT true about studio musicians?
A. They work in the recording studio.
B. They earn money for each session that they do.
C. They are not as famous as the artists they play for.
D. They usually support or play for the same artist.
Câu 30: The word “classic” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _________.
A. a traditional song
B. a famous song
C. a lively song
D. a modern song
Câu 31 Why does the author mention Lady Gaga?
A. to give an example of a star who works with a songwriter.
B. to explain why she does not write her own songs.
C. to compare her with other talented songwriters.
D. to persuade readers to buy her music.
Câu 32: The article is mainly about ________.
A. people who play a background role in creating music
B. pop stars who write the biggest hits
C. songwriting teams who combine their talents
D. instrumentalists who work as hired musicians
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 Rise of Robots
As kids, our grandparents frequently scared us by talking about how difficult life was when they were growing up. They mentioned walking miles to school in the snow, or doing hours of manual labour for little pay. Life has changed greatly since then, and it seems to get easier year by year. In fact, with the help of robots we soon might have to do much at all. But is this a good thing?
By 2030, it’s estimated that robotics will be a $10 billion business worldwide. Companies are already starting to integrate them into the workforce. The electronics manufacturer Foxconn is drawing up plans to launch a factory within the next 10 years that’s completely staffed by robot workers. Meanwhile, an American company Briggo has invented a robot that serves gourmet-quality coffee to customers. With the push of a button it will crush coffee beans, measure exact quantities of water, and even wave a steam wand to ensure customers get the perfect cream on top. Unlike human baristas, it can serve multiple drinks at once and work all day and night without a break.
Robots are also invading our homes. The Rooma is a mini-robot that vacuums rooms automatically according to a schedule. The Robomow is a device that will cut the grass for you while you sit in the shade. Then there’s the Nanda clocky, an alarm clock that makes sure that even the deepest sleepers get up on time. The clock is attached to a pair of wheels, and it will randomly move around the room. Once you finally catch it, you’re probably too awake to hit the snooze button. Although these early home robots are somewhat basic, they will likely become more capable as times goes on.
Although robots certainly help us to eliminate tedious tasks, many people are concerned about a future filled with robots. Some fear that humanity will start to decline if machines do everything for us. Others have even warned about the robot rebellion, in which robots become so smart that they may decide to turn on their masters. These ideas may seem a bit far-fetched, but there are certainly lots of questions that need to be answered before everyone opens up to the idea of a robotic future.
Câu 33: How is Briggo’s invention superior to human workers?
A. It is more knowledgeable about coffee-making.
B. It is better at conversation.
C. It never has to stop.
D. It can operate machinery.
Câu 34: What would happen if you pressed the snooze button?
A. You would have to wake up immediately
B. The alarm clock would turn off forever
C. The alarm would stop, but go off again soon
D. Nothing would happen at all
Câu 35: Which of the following is NOT true about the concerns over roboties?
A. It takes some time for people to accept robots.
B. Robots may do some harm to humans
C. The idea of robotics may seem far-fetched.
D. Robots may be dominant at the workplace.
Câu 36: The word “tedious” in the last paragraph mostly means __________ .
Câu 37: What is the last paragraph mainly about?
A. Some reasons why people don’t accept robots yet.
B. A very amusing science-fiction story about robots.
C. How people in local communities are supporting robots.
D. A few of the lastest robots on the market today.
Câu 38: According to the first paragraph, how is the life changed since our parents time?
A. The education system has got much worse
B. Things aren’t as hard as they once were
C. Children have to walk longer distance to school
D. It hasn’t changed much at all
Câu 39: All of the following are true about robots EXCEPT that __________ .
A. they can work all day and night without break
B. they have greater capabilities
C. they can draw up plans to launch a story
D. they can do boring tasks for human
Câu 40: We can infer from the passage that __________ .
A. present domestic robots can work without any programs
B. the communication will decline with the use of robots
C. a robot rebellion can happen daily
D. robotics will have been a major business by 2030
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.
ABROAD WITH US
The company study abroad was originally founded in 1991 for students who wished to study French in France. Its success led to the establishment of other schools around the world. Learning the language in the country in which it is spoken is, of course, a (41) __________ more effective and faster process than studying in your own country. It is also an opportunities to mix with local habitants and (42) __________ a greater and deeper (43) __________ of the people whose language you are studying. This makes the whole experience much more enjoyable. You may wish to attend an Italian language and a cooking course in Italy or combine a Portuguese course with a sport. You should look at all the possibilities and (44) __________ the best choice. In order to choose the (45) __________ course and location for you, we suggest you contact us to discuss your particular requirements. From the information you give us, we can make some recommendation.
Câu 44: (4)
Câu 45: (5)
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentence in the following questions.
Câu 46: The coffee was very strong. He couldn’t drink it.
A. The coffee was so strong that he could drink it.
B. He couldn’t drink the strong coffee before.
C. The coffee was not weak enough for him to drink.
D. The coffee was too strong for him to drink.
Câu 47: I met the workers. Reporters interviewed them last week.
A. I met the workers because reporters interviewed them last week
B. I met the workers who interviewed reporters last week.
C. I met the workers who were interviewed by reporters last week.
D. I met reporters who interviewed workers last week.
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.
Câu 48: Thanks to your support, I was able to complete the task successfully.
A. If you didn’t support me, I would not be able to complete the task successfully.
B. If you had not supported me, I could have completed the task successfully.
C. Had it not been for your support, I could not have completed the task successfully.
D. Were it not for your support. I would not be able to complete the task successfully.
Câu 49: As soon as he arrived home, it started to rain.
A. Arriving home, he said that it would start to rain.
B. Hardly had it started to rain when he arrived home.
C. It started to rain and then he arrived home.
D. No sooner had he arrived home than it started to rain.
Câu 50: “Would you mind turning down the TV, Tom? I have a headache.” Said Jane.
A. Jane has a headache and she would mind Tom turning down the TV.
B. Jane asked Tom turn down the TV and she had a headache.
C. Jane advised Tom to turn down the TV because she had a headache.
D. Jane asked Tom to turn down the TV as she had a headache.
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