Đề luyện thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh số 3 có đáp án chi tiết

Bộ đề số 3 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 1.

A. tough

B. enough

C. thorough

D. rough

Câu 2.

A. release

B. reign

C. believe

D. conceive

Câu 3.

A. accumulate

B. acupuncture

C. accordance

D. accomplish

Câu 4.

A. mineral

B. agony

C. expurgate

D. disposal

Câu 19. 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.
The warning was ignored. It was given to the players about their behavior on the pitch.

A. The warning given to the players about their behavior on the pitch was ignored.

B. The warning was ignored given the players about their behavior on the pitch.

C. The warning it was given to the players about their behavior on the pitch was ignored.

D. The warning giving to the players about their behavior on the pitch was ignored.

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.
You will have to tell him about it in the end. The longer you put off doing so,

A. Surely it's better to let him know about it now than wait until he finds out for himself.

B. You can never keep things secret for long, so the best is to tell him about it soon.

C. You can't keep him in the dark about it forever, and telling him will get harder the longer you wait.

D. He will have to be notified about it, and the sooner the better.

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.
Impressed as we were by the new cinema, we found it rather expensive.

A. We were not impressed by the new cinema at all because it looked rather expensive.

B. We weren't as much impressed by the new cinema's look as its cost.

C. We were very impressed by the new cinema, but found it rather expensive.

D. The new cinema was more expensive than we expected.

Câu 22. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
The personnel officer promised him that she wouldn't tell anyone that he had been in the prison.

A. The personnel officer gave her promising that she wouldn't tell anyone that he had been in the prison.

B. The personnel officer gave a preference to her that she wouldn't tell anyone that he had been in the prison.

C. The personnel officer promised that she wouldn't have told anyone that he had been in the prison.

D. The personnel officer gave him her word that she wouldn't tell anyone that he had been in the prison.

Câu 23. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer 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.


Weather forecasting

Cyclones in India, hurricanes in the Caribbean - severe weather events make news headlines almost weekly. Yet even in Britain, which has comparatively few climate extremes, the country is still governed by weather. If it's pouring with rain the British might stay indoors or go to the cinema; if it's fine they'll have a picnic.

Most people nervously study the weather forecast the evening before if they've got an important appointment the following day. Even if they have nothing planned, the weather often affects their mood.

For individuals, the worst that can usually happen if the weather catches them on the hop is that they get wet. For business, the effects are far more serious. Airlines and shipping companies need to avoid severe weather and storm-force conditions. Power companies need to make sure they can supply the demand for electricity in cold weather; farmers plan their harvests around the forecast and food manufacturers increase their production of salads and other summer foods when fine weather is promised.

So who or what do meteorologists - weather forecasters as they are more commonly known - rely on when it comes to producing a forecast? Ninety percent of the information comes from weather satellites, the first of which was launched into space nearly forty years ago and was a minor revolution in the science of forecasting. Up until then, forecasters had relied on human observers to provide details of developing weather systems. As a result, many parts of the world where there were few humans around, especially the oceans, were information-free weather areas. Today, however, satellites can watch weather patterns developing everywhere.

In the UK meteorologists have also relied on releasing four weather balloons a day from eight fixed sites. These balloons measure wind, temperature and humidity as they rise upwards to a height of about 26,000 metres.

Some commercial aircraft can also be fitted with a range of forecasting instruments although this system has certain disadvantages. For example, it can provide a great deal of information about the weather on popular routes, such as London to New York, but little about the weather on more out-of-the way routes.

Instruments aboard ships can also supply basic weather information as well as important data on wave height. Generally, the range of these instruments is fairly limited but they can indicate which direction rain is coming from, how low the cloud is and give an idea of when the weather system will reach land.

One forecaster who has made a name for himself is a man called Piers Corbyn, who bases his forecasts on watching the Sun. Most forecasters will offer forecasts for only 10 days ahead, but Corbyn's forecasts are for 11 months. Although most meteorologists believe that there is no scientific basis for his work, Corbyn's forecasts are used by insurance companies who want to plan months in advance.

Câu 24. The weather system affects people's lives in Britain____________.

A. despite being fairly moderate.

B. because it is so changeable.

C. because it is always raining.

D. despite being very seasonal.

Câu 25. The weather system affects people's lives in Britain____________.

A. despite being fairly moderate.

B. because it is so changeable.

C. because it is always raining.

D. despite being very seasonal.

Câu 26. What does the writer mean by the phrase "catches them on the hop" in paragraph 3?

A. People run for shelter.

B. People are too busy to notice.

C. People are far from home.

D. people are unprepared.

Câu 27. What does the writer mean by the phrase "catches them on the hop" in paragraph 3?

A. People run for shelter.

B. People are too busy to notice.

C. People are far from home.

D. people are unprepared.

Câu 28. Why does the writer list so many different businesses in paragraph 3?

A. to give examples of ordinary people's lives

B. to show the extent of the weather's influence

C. to describe the recent effects of the bad weather

D. to explain how people manage in bad weather

Câu 29. Why is the first weather satellite described as a "minor revolution" in paragraph 4?

A. It watches the human observers.

B. It replaced human observers.

C. It provided extra forecasts.

D. It forecast the weather in space.

Câu 30. Using airplanes to help forecast the weather is____________.

A. very popular.

B. not expensive.

C. quite new.

D. not ideal.

Câu 31. What does 'it' in paragraph 6 refer to?

A. using balloons

B. using satellites

C. using aircraft

D. using ships

Câu 32. Corbyn's forecasts using the Sun are considered____________.

A. useless and unscientific

B. helpful but short-term

C. unhelpful in the long-term

D. useful by some people

Câu 33. Điền vào số 31

A. mind

B. brain

C. thought

D. idea

Câu 34. Điền vào số 32

A. constructive

B. hostile

C. general

D. constant

Câu 35. Điền vào số 33

A. therefore

B. hence

C. whatever

D. however

Câu 36. Điền vào số 34

A. think

B. consider

C. look round

D. take

Câu 37. Điền vào số 35

A. certain exception

B. level

C. definite range

D. certain extent

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 front 43 to 50.

You might be surprised to know that bicycles have existed for less than two hundred years. Though the earliest comes from a sketch said to be from 1534 and attributed to Gian Giacomo, there are several early but unverified claims for the invention of the modem bicycle. No one is sure who invented this popular two- wheeled machine, but it was probably either the German Karl von Drais, in 1817, or the American W K Clarkson, in 1819. The early models didn't look much like the bicycles of today. The front wheel was much bigger than the back one, and also there weren't any pedals - riders had to move themselves forward by pushing their feet against the ground. Pedals finally arrived in the 1840s, and in 1879 an Englishman named Henry Lawson had the idea of connecting them to the back wheel with a chain. Gears, which made things much easier for those cycling uphill, first appeared in the 1890s.

There are now approximately one billion bicycles in the world - more than twice the total number of cars - and they are the main form of transport in some developing countries. They have to compete with cars on the streets of all the world's cities, and the two forms of transport don't always mix well. In London in 2005, for example, over 300 cyclists were either killed or seriously injured in accidents involving cars. Even though bicycles are much more environmentally friendly than cars, most governments don't do much to encourage people to ride rather than drive. In China, which is famous for having a huge number of bicycles (about 200 million), the authorities in the city of Shanghai even banned cycling for a while in 2003.

Cycling is on the rise is the United Kingdom, and the number of annual journeys made by bike in London has increased 50% over the last five years. Experts say there is a mixture of reasons for this boom: concerns about the environment, the desire to keep fit, and also the fact that cycling is often not only cheaper but also quicker than travelling by car.

However, although one in three British adults owns a bicycle, they still don't use them nearly as much as they could. Bikes are used for a mere 2% of journeys in the UK, while the figure for the Netherlands is an impressive 27%.

Cycling is becoming more popular as a competitive sport, and the most famous race is of course the three-week Tour de France, which takes place every July. American Lance Armstrong won it every year from 1999 to 2005 - one of the greatest individual sporting achievements of all time.

(Adaptedfrom Handouts for B2, University of Linguistics and International Studies, 2017)

Câu 45. Why didn't early bicycles look much like today's models?

A. The wheels were different sizes.

B. They only had one wheel.

C. They were made of wood.

D. They had machine.

Câu 47. Which of the following is FALSE?

A. Cycling was banned in Shanghai, China, in 2003.

B. There are about one billion bicycles in the world today.

C. More than 90% of the world's bicycles are in Africa.

D. About 20% of the world bicycles are in China.

Câu 48. According to experts, which of the following is NOT an explanation for the recent increase in bicycle use in London?

A. People want to keep fit.

B. People have more money, so they can afford to buy good bicycles.

C. Travelling by car is often slower than travelling by bicycle.

D. Cycling protects the environment.

Câu 50. What was Lance Armstrong's amazing achievement?

A. Cycling continuously in three weeks.

B. Winning the Tour de France seven times.

C. Cycling to work every day for twenty years.

D. Cycling all the way around the world.

Câu 51. The highlighted word "it" in paragraph 6 refers to__________.

A. cycling

B. sport

C. the race

D. the achievement

Câu 52. Which can be the best title for the passage?

A. Bicycle

B. Tour-de-France

C. Best means of transport

D. The invention of bicycle

đáp án Đề luyện thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh số 3 có đáp án chi tiết

CâuĐáp ánCâuĐáp án
Câu 1CCâu 27D
Câu 2BCâu 28B
Câu 3BCâu 29B
Câu 4DCâu 30D
Câu 5CCâu 31C
Câu 6BCâu 32D
Câu 7BCâu 33A
Câu 8ACâu 34A
Câu 9ACâu 35D
Câu 10BCâu 36B
Câu 11BCâu 37D
Câu 12ACâu 38A
Câu 13CCâu 39C
Câu 14CCâu 40A
Câu 15BCâu 41C
Câu 16ACâu 42D
Câu 17DCâu 43C
Câu 18BCâu 44C
Câu 19ACâu 45A
Câu 20DCâu 46C
Câu 21CCâu 47C
Câu 22DCâu 48B
Câu 23CCâu 49A
Câu 24ACâu 50B
Câu 25ACâu 51C
Câu 26DCâu 52A

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