Đề luyện thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh số 2 có đáp án chi tiết

Bộ đề số 2 luyện thi thử THPT môn Tiếng Anh có đáp án bám sát theo đề thi chính thức sẽ giúp các em ôn tập và rèn luyện để đạt kết quả cao trong kỳ thi.

Câu 17. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

A: Do you think the match will be on TV later?
B:__________

A. I can't agree with you. It's so dull.

B. Yes, I'm a big fan of soap operas.

C. Yes, of course. It's being shown live on BBC1.

D. No, I don't mind watching it.

Câu 19. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Companies spend millions of dollars on advertising. They want to increase their sale.

A. Companies spend millions of dollars on advertising with the aim of increasing their sale.

B. In order that they want to increase their sale, companies spend millions of dollars on advertising.

C. Companies spend millions of dollars on advertising, but they want to increase their sale.

D. Companies spend millions of dollars on advertising so that they want to increase their sale.

Câu 20. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

I accepted the new job after all. It is making me feel exhausted.

A. Perhaps it would have been better if I hadn't agreed to this new job since it is so boring.

B. It is of deep regret that I didn't turn down the job offer due to its hardship and long hour work.

C. Perhaps I shouldn't have accepted this new job, as it's making me feel exhausted.

D. If it had not been for my acceptance the new job offer, I wouldn't have felt exhausted.

Câu 21. 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.

Some of Peter's expressions make me think of my brother.

A. Some of Peter's expressions remind me of my brother.

B. Some of Peter's expressions remind me of thinking of my brother.

C. Some of Peter's expressions remember me to my brother.

D. Some of Peter's expressions make me remember of my brother.

Câu 22. 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.

It is your duty to wash all the dishes this afternoon

A. Your duty to wash all the dishes this afternoon has been suggested.

B. It is proposed that this afternoon you wash all the dishes.

C. ll the dishes must have been washed by you this afternoon.

D. You are supposed to wash all the dishes this afternoon.

Câu 23. 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.

"I wonder if you could possibly open the door for me

A. If you could open the door for me, it's a wonder

B. Is it possible for me to open the door for you?

C. Would you mind opening the door for me?

D. I ordered you to open the door.

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 24 to 30.

GREEN CARS

Many of the world's cities lie under a permanent blanket of smog. People are concerned about global warming, and fuel prices just keep going up and up. It's no surprise therefore, that in recent years, car manufacturers have been put under pressure to invent a vehicle that is both cheaper to run and better for the environment. Finally, after much trial and error, it seems as though they might be making progress, and the future of the car industry is beginning to look a little "greener".

One of the first ideas which car manufacturers tried was to replace engines which run on fossil fuels with electric motors. Unfortunately, these vehicles had several drawbacks and they didn't sell very well. The problems were that the batteries of these electric cars ran out very quickly and took a long time to recharge. Also, the replacement energy parts were very expensive.

However, the idea of electric cars has not been scrapped altogether. Car manufacturers have improved the concept so that environmentally friendly cars can now be efficient and economical as well. This is where the hybrid car, which has both an electric motor and a traditional petrol engine, comes in. The electric motor never needs to be recharged and it is much better for the planet than a traditional car.

In a hybrid car, the engine is controlled by a computer which determines whether the car runs on petrol, electricity, or both. When the car needs maximum power, for example, if it is accelerating or climbing a steep hill, it uses all of its resources, whereas at steady speeds it runs only on petrol. When slowing down or braking, the electric motor recharges its batteries.

Hybrid cars are better for the environment because the electric motor can help out whenever it is needed and they have a much smaller engine than a traditional car. Also, hybrid cars on the market are made using materials such as aluminium and carbon fibre, which makes them extremely light. Both of these factors mean that they use far less petrol than normal cars, so they produce less pollution.

Of course, hybrid cars aren't perfect; they still run on fossil fuel and so pollute the environment to some extent. However, they may be the first step along the road to cleaner, "greener" cars. Car manufacturers are already working on vehicles which run on hydrogen. The only emission from these cars is harmless water vapor. These are still some way in the future, though, as designers need to think of cheap and safe ways of producing, transporting and storing hydrogen, but at last, it looks like we might be heading in the right direction.

Câu 24. Car manufacturers are trying to invent a new vehicle because___________.

A. today's cars use too much fuel

B. today's cars produce too much poisonous gas

C. the car industry is in trouble

D. it is difficult to drive in cities

Câu 26. Vehicles which ran on electric motors____________.

A. were not very popular

B. were made of pieces of scrap

C. moved very fast

D. had to have their engines replaced.

Câu 27. The electric motor in hybrid cars_____.

A. needs replacement energy packs

B. has its own petrol engine

C. takes a long time to be recharged

D. doesn't need to recharge its batteries

Câu 28. The phrase "comes in" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to "________".

A. moves towards the land

B. becomes available at a particular time

C. joins the inventors in a project

D. finishes a race in particular time

Câu 29. The computer in a hybrid car__________.

A. helps the car to go up hills

B. keeps the car running at a steady speed

C. powers the engine

D. decides how the car should be powered at any given time

Câu 30. Hybrid cars are better for the planet because_______.

A. they produce less harmful gases

B. they are made of special materials

C. they use different fuel to normal cars

D. the electric motor is smaller than a normal engine

Câu 31. 31

A. another

B. every

C. other

D. whole

Câu 32. 32

A. However

B. Besides

C. Thus

D. Accordingly

Câu 33. 33

A. come out

B. work out

C. give out

D. solve out

Câu 34. 34

A. development

B. evolution

C. movement

D. progress

Câu 35. 35

A. present

B. gift

C. reward

D. prize

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 43 to 50.

In young language learners, there is a critical period of time beyond which it becomes increasingly difficult to acquire a language. Children generally attain proficiency in their first language by the age of five and continue in a state of relative linguistic plasticity until puberty. [A] Neurolinguistic research has singled out the lateralization of the brain as the reason for this dramatic change from fluidity to rigidity in language function. Lateralization is the process by which the brain hemispheres become dominant for different tasks. The right hemisphere of the brain controls emotions and social functions, whereas the left hemisphere regulates the control of analytical functions, intelligence, and logic. [B] For the majority of adults, language functions are dominant on the left side of the brain. [C] Numerous studies have demonstrated that it is nearly impossible to attain a nativelike accent in a second language, though some adults have overcome the odds, after lateralization is complete. [D]

Cognitive development also affects language acquisition, but in this case adult learners may have some advantages over child learners. Small children tend to have a very concrete, here- and-now view of the world around them, but at puberty, about the time that lateralization is complete, people become capable of abstract thinking, which is particularly useful for language. Generally speaking, adults can profit from grammatical explanations, whereas children cannot. This is evidenced by the fact that children are rather unreceptive to correction of grammatical features and instead tend to focus on the meaning of an utterance rather than its form. However, language learning theory suggests that for both adults and children, optimal language acquisition occurs in a meaning centered context. Though children have the edge over adult language learners with respect to attaining a nativelike pronunciation, adults clearly have an intellectual advantage which greatly facilitates language learning.

Câu 43. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?

A. The Role of Language in the Psychological Development of Children.

B. The Function of Lateralization in Mediating Language Acquisition.

C. Factors in Adult and Child Language Acquisition.

D. The Superiority of Adults to Children in the Task of Language Acquisition.

Câu 44. The word "critical" could best be replaced by_________.

A. judgmental

B. particular

C. crucial

D. negative

Câu 45. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?

A. The Role of Language in the Psychological Development of Children.

B. The Function of Lateralization in Mediating Language Acquisition.

C. Factors in Adult and Child Language Acquisition.

D. The Superiority of Adults to Children in the Task of Language Acquisition.

Câu 46. The word "critical" could best be replaced by_________.

A. plasticity is lacking in language function

B. the left hemisphere is not yet dominant in language function

C. It is impossible to attain a native accent in a language

D. emotions are controlled by the left hemisphere of the brain

Câu 47. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT controlled by the left hemisphere of the brain?

A. Rational capability

B. The ability to analyze

C. Intellectual capacity

D. Emotional states

Câu 48. What is stated in the passage about the achievement of an accent like a native's by an adult?

A. It may happen that an adult is able to achieve such an accent.

B. Achieving such an accent is completely impossible.

C. It is common for adult language learners to acquire such as accent.

D. The achievement of such an accent is the norm among adult language learners.

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.

In young language learners, there is a critical period of time beyond which it becomes increasingly difficult to acquire a language. Children generally attain proficiency in their first language by the age of five and continue in a state of relative linguistic plasticity until puberty. [A] Neurolinguistic research has singled out the lateralization of the brain as the reason for this dramatic change from fluidity to rigidity in language function. Lateralization is the process by which the brain hemispheres become dominant for different tasks. The right hemisphere of the brain controls emotions and social functions, whereas the left hemisphere regulates the control of analytical functions, intelligence, and logic. [B] For the majority of adults, language functions are dominant on the left side of the brain. [C] Numerous studies have demonstrated that it is nearly impossible to attain a nativelike accent in a second language, though some adults have overcome the odds, after lateralization is complete.

[D] Cognitive development also affects language acquisition, but in this case adult learners may have some advantages over child learners. Small children tend to have a very concrete, here- and-now view of the world around them, but at puberty, about the time that lateralization is complete, people become capable of abstract thinking, which is particularly useful for language. Generally speaking, adults can profit from grammatical explanations, whereas children cannot. This is evidenced by the fact that children are rather unreceptive to correction of grammatical features and instead tend to focus on the meaning of an utterance rather than its form. However, language learning theory suggests that for both adults and children, optimal language acquisition occurs in a meaning centered context. Though children have the edge over adult language learners with respect to attaining a nativelike pronunciation, adults clearly have an intellectual advantage which greatly facilitates language learning.

Câu 49. The word "its" refers to___________.

A. correction

B. utterance

C. meaning

D. fact

Câu 50. The word "unreceptive" is closest in meaning to____________.

A. indifferent

B. refusing to receive

C. unable to

D. insensitive

đáp án Đề luyện thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh số 2 có đáp án chi tiết

CâuĐáp ánCâuĐáp án
Câu 1BCâu 26A
Câu 2CCâu 27D
Câu 3ACâu 28B
Câu 4BCâu 29D
Câu 5CCâu 30A
Câu 6DCâu 31C
Câu 7ACâu 32A
Câu 8BCâu 33B
Câu 9DCâu 34D
Câu 10ACâu 35C
Câu 11BCâu 36B
Câu 12ACâu 37C
Câu 13DCâu 38D
Câu 14BCâu 39C
Câu 15ACâu 40B
Câu 16CCâu 41D
Câu 17CCâu 42C
Câu 18ACâu 43C
Câu 19ACâu 44C
Câu 20CCâu 45C
Câu 21ACâu 46C
Câu 22DCâu 47D
Câu 23CCâu 48A
Câu 24BCâu 49B
Câu 25BCâu 50C

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