Đề luyện thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh số 7 có đáp án chi tiết

Bộ đề số 7 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 20. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

The teacher suspected that Larry cheated in the final term test. He had been cheating since the beginning of the semester.

A. If the teacher didn't suspect Larry of cheating in the final test, he would not have been cheating since the beginning of the semester.

B. The teacher suspected that Larry cheated at the final test; in fact, he had been cheating since the beginning of the semester.

C. Larry was suspected of having been cheating since the beginning of the semester so he cheated in the final test.

D. Because he had been cheating since the beginning of the semester, the teacher suspected that Larry cheated in the final term test.

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.

The number of accidents has gone down steadily since the speed limit was imposed.

A. There has been a steady decline in the number of accidents since the speed limit was imposed.

B. It is the speed limit that reduce steadily the number of accidents.

C. The imposing of speed limit has resulted from the number of accidents.

D. There have been few accidents than before since they used the speed limit.

Câu 22. 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 mistake in the accounts was not noticed until the figures were re-checked.

A. It was not until the mistake in the accounts was noticed that the figures were re-checked.

B. Once re-checking the figures, the mistake in the accounts was noticed.

C. The mistake in the accounts only came to light when the figures were re-checked.

D. When the figures were re-checked they came to light the mistake in the accounts.

Câu 23. 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.

"Why don't you take extra classes in English if you want to become a tourist guide?" said my friend.

A. My friend advised me to take extra classes in English only if I wanted to become a tourist guide.

B. My friend suggested I take extra classes in English if I wanted to become a tourist guide.

C. In my friend's opinion, I will never become a tourist guide if I don't take extra classes in English.

D. In my friend's opinion, taking extra classes in English is necessary if I wanted to become a tourist guide.

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.

Thirty years ago, Lake Ponkapog in Hartwell, New Jersey, was full of life. Many birds and animals lived beside the water, which was full of fish. Now there are few birds, animals, and fish. The lake water is polluted. It is a dirty brown colour, and it is filled with strange plants.

How did this happen? First, we must think about how water gets into Lake Ponkapog. When it rains, water comes into the lake from all around. In the past, there were woods all around Lake Ponkapog, so the rainwater was clean.

Now there are many homes on the lake shore. People often use the chemicals in their gardens. They use other chemicals inside their houses for cleaning and killing insects. There are also many businesses. Businesses use chemicals in their machines or stores. Other chemicals fall onto the ground from cars or trucks. When it rains, the rainwater flows by these homes and businesses. It picks up all the chemicals and then pours them into the lake. They pollute the water and kill the animal life.

There is still another problem at the lake: exotic plants. These plants come from other countries. They have no natural enemies here, and they grow very quickly. In a short time, they can fill up a lake. Then there is no room for other plants. The plants that normally grow there die. These plants gave many animals and fish their foods or their homes. So now those animals and fish die, too.

People in Hartwell are worried. They love their lake and want to save it. Will it be possible? A clean lake must have clean rainwater going into it. Clean rainwater is possible only if people are more careful about chemicals at home and at work. They must also be more careful about gas and oil and other chemicals on the ground.

("Reading Power " by Beatrice S. Mikulecky/Linda Jeffries - Longman)

Câu 24. This article is about____________.

A. the exotic plants in Lake Ponkapog

B. dirty lakes in New Jersey

C. chemicals in Lake Ponkapog

D. why the water is dirty in Lake Ponkapog

Câu 26. Chemicals from homes and businesses___________.

A. get into the rainwater

B. are good for the lake

C. are always clean

D. can help the animals

Câu 27. The highlighted word "They" in the third paragraph refers to___________.

A. these homes

B. chemicals

C. cars or trucks

D. businesses

Câu 28. Exotic plants grow quickly because they___________.

A. make the water dirty

B. have no natural enemies

C. are large and strong

D. have a lot of water

Câu 29. The phrase "fill up" in the passage probably means__________.

A. become too crowded

B. grow in tiny quantities

C. become full of water

D. cover the surface

Câu 30. To save Lake Ponkapog, people need to ___________.

A. use more water from the lake

B. be more careful about chemicals

C. grow fewer plants in the gardens

D. use more boats on the lake

Câu 31. Điền vào số 31

A. then

B. time

C. that

D. age

Câu 32. Điền vào số 32

A. various

B. varied

C. different

D. better

Câu 33. Điền vào số 33

A. insurance

B. guarantee

C. underwritten

D. ensuring

Câu 34. Điền vào số 34

A. long

B. far

C. much

D. well

Câu 35. Điền vào số 35

A. wages

B. incomes

C. earnings

D. pensions

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.

It is often the case with folktales that they develop from actual happenings but in their development lose much of their factual base; the story of Pocahontas quite possibly fits into this category of folktale. This princess of the Powhatan tribe was firmly established in the lore of early America and has been made even more famous by the Disney film based on the folktale that arose from her life. She was a real-life person, but the actual story of her life most probably different considerably from the folktale and the movie based on the folktale. Powhatan, the chief of a confederacy of tribes in Virginia, had several daughters, none of whom was actually named Pocahontas. The nickname means "playful one," and several of Powhatan's daughters were called Pocahontas. The daughter of Powhatan who became the subject of the folktale was named Matoaka. What has been verified about Matoaka, or Pocahontas as she has come to be known, is that she did marry an Englishman and that she did spend time in England before she died there at a young age. In the spring of 1613, a young Pocahontas was captured by the English and taken into Jamestown. There she was treated with courtesy as the daughter of chief Powhatan. While Pocahontas was at Jamestown, English gentlemen John Rolfe fell in love with her and asked her to marry. Both the governor of the Jamestown colony and Pocahontas's father Powhatan approved the marriage as a means of securing peace between Powhatan's tribe and the English at Jamestown. In 1616, Pocahontas accompanied her new husband to England, where she was royally received. Shortly before her planned return to Virginia in 1617, she contracted an illness and died rather suddenly.

A major part of the folktale of Pocahontas that is unverified concerns her love for English Captain John Smith is the period of time before her capture by the British and her rescue of him from almost certain death. Captain John Smith was indeed at the colony of Jamestown and was acquainted with Powhatan and his daughters, he even described meeting them in 1612 journal. However, the story of his rescue by the young maiden did not appear in his writing until 1624, well after Pocahontas had aroused widespread interest in England by her marriage to an English gentlemen and her visit to England. It is the discrepancy in dates that has caused some historians to doubt the veracity of the tale. However, other historians do argue quite persuasively that this incident did truly take place.

("Preparation Course " for the TEOFL Test - Deborah Phillips - Longman)

Câu 43. The main idea of the passage is that________.

A. Pocahontas fell in love with John Smith and saved his life

B. any one of Powhatan's daughter could have been the Pocahontas of legend

C. Pocahontas did not really exist

D. folktales are often not very factual

Câu 44. The expression "arose from" in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to_________.

A. went up with

B. developed from

C. climbed to

D. was told during

Câu 45. What is true about the name Pocahontas, according to the passage?

A. It meant that someone was playful.

B. Only one girl was known to have used this name.

C. Powhatan was one of several people given this nickname.

D. It was the real name of a girl named Matoaka.

Câu 46. How was Pocahontas treated when she was held at Jamestown?

A. With disregard

B. With surprise

C. With harshness

D. With respect

Câu 47. It can be inferred from the passage that Pocahontas____________.

A. suffered from a long illness

B. had a long marriage

C. never intended to return to Virginia

D. did not mean to remain in England

Câu 48. The pronoun "he" in the third paragraph refers to___________.

A. the governor

B. Powhatan

C. John Smith

D. Pocahontas

Câu 49. When did John Smith most likely meet Pocahontas?

A. In 1613

B. In 1616

C. In 1612

D. In 1624

Câu 50. Why are some historians doubtful about the portion of the Pocahontas folktale dealing with John Smith?

A. His account did not appear until well after the event supposedly happened.

B. Captain John Smith probably never knew Pocahontas.

C. Captain John Smith was never actually in Jamestown.

D. His rescue purportedly happened while Pocahontas was in England.

đáp án Đề luyện thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh số 7 có đáp án chi tiết

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

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