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5 Đề luyện thi THPT Quốc gia môn Tiếng Anh năm 2016
 SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI THỬ KỲ THI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2016
 ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC Môn: TIẾNG ANH
 (Đề thi có 03 trang) Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề Mã Để 762
I. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions.
01. A. homage	B. courage	C. landscape	D. escape
02. A. delusion	B. difficult	C. dilemma	D. domestic
03. A. intervention	B. realization	C. supervision	D. television
04. A. confidence	B. necessary	C. expression	D. marriage
05. A. permission	B. apologize	C. discourtesy	D. difficulty
II. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that has the same meaning as the original one.
06. We can say that the leisure industry will be the money spinner of the future.
A. It can be said the leisure industry will be the money spinner of the future.
B. The leisure industry can be said to be the money spinner of the future.
C. The leisure industry will be said to be the money spinner of the future.
D. It can be said that the leisure industry will be the money spinner of the future.
07. Alternative medicine is a complete mystery to some people.
A. Some people are a complete mystery to alternative medicine.
B. Some people are completely mysterious with alternative medicine.
C. Some people are completely mystified by alternative medicine.
D. Alternative medicine is some people's complete mystery.
08. It was overeating that caused his heart attack.
A. If it wasn't his overeating, he wouldn't have had a heart attack.
B. But for his overeating, he wouldn't have had a heart attack.
C. But for his overeating, he wouldn't have a heart attack.
D. Had he had overeating, he wouldn't have had a heart attack.
09. I've forgotten that commentator's name but he's very well-known.
A. The commentator that I've forgotten his name was very well-known.
B. The commentator that his name I've forgotten is very well-known.
C. The commentator's name that I've forgotten is very well-known.
D. The commentator whose name I've forgotten is very well-known.
10. Why don't we invite Marshalls to our barbecue on Sunday?
A. Is Marshalls invited to our barbecue on Sunday?
B. Will we invite Marshalls to our barbecue on Sunday?
C. What about inviting Marshalls to our barbecue on Sunday?
D. I think to invite Marshalls to our barbecue on Sunday.
III. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best option for each of the blanks.
 Today, there are libraries in almost every town in the world. Even in areas ...(11)... there are no libraries, there are often mobile libraries which take books from one village to ...(12).... But in the days when books were copied by hand ...(13)... than printed, libraries were very rare. The reason is simple: books took a very long time to produce, arid there were far fewer copies of any given work around. The greatest library ...(14)... all, that in Alexandria, had 54,000 books. In the ancient world, this number ...(15)... considered huge.
 It was the first time that anyone had collected so many books from all around the world ...(16)... one roof. There are many theories about why these books were lost. ...(17)... is that the library accidentally burned down. Another is that one of the rulers of the city ordered the books to be burned. They were taken to various places and it took six months to burn them. ...(18)... happened, the collection there was priceless. Many of the library's treasures were lost forever-some books were ...(19)... recovered. We cannot even know ...(20)... what the library contained.
11. A. the place	B. where	C. who	D. which
12. A. the other	B. another	C. other	D. others
13. A. else	B. more	C. much	D. rather
14. A. over	B. of	C. about	D. in
15. A. was	B. is	C. has been	D. were
16. A. over	B. under	C. below	D. in
17. A. All	B. None	C. A theory	D. One
18. A. Whoever	B. Whatever	C. Whichever	D. Wherever
19. A. already	B. yet	C. almost	D. never
20. A. exactly	B. normally	C. detailedly	D. really
IV. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions.
 People travel for lots of reasons. They make journeys to and from school or work every day; visit friends and family; take day trips shopping or to football matches; go out for evening entertainment such as the cinema; and they go away on business or study trips. So when does travel become tourism? When people travel to and stay in a place which is not where they live. For example there is recreational tourism if you want to relax and have fun, maybe at the beach. There's cultural tourism: sightseeing or visiting museums to learn about history, art and people's lifestyles. With adventure tourism you explore distant places or do extreme activities. Ecotourism is about ethical and responsible trips to natural environments such as rainforests. Winter tourism is usually holidays in resorts where there is snow and people go skiing or snowboarding. Sport tourism is to play or watch different sporting events like the Olympics. Educational tourism is to learn something, possibly a foreign language, abroad. Nowadays there is also health tourism to look after your body and mind by visiting places like spa resorts; religious tourism to celebrate religious events or visit important religious places such as Mecca for Muslims; and gap-year tourism when young people go backpacking or do voluntary work between school and university.
21.Tourism is travel.....
A. to countries across the world.	B. in your home town.
C. only to other countries	D. to places where you don't live.
22. You can take.....
A. day and evening trips.	B. theatre and cinema trips.
C. relax and fun trips.	D. study and business trips.
23. People travel.....
A. to get to work.	B. for adventure.	C. for different reasons.	D. to go on holiday.
24. Ecotourism is ethical and responsible about.....
A. shopping.	B. money.	C. for economy	D. the environment.
V. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct option to fill each blank.
25. Willie Cather, ....... a prominent American writer, grew up in Nebraska during the early farming years.
A. became	B. she became	C. it is she who became	D. who became
26. If I wings, I .take an airplane to fly home.
A. had / didn't have to	B. have / will have to C. have / won't have to	D. had / wouldn't have to
27. Our class.......of twenty boys and ten girls.
A. contained	B. contains	C. is composed	D. is consist
28. Nobody is ready to go, .....?
A. are they	B. aren't they	C. is he	D. isn't he
29. When he worked here, Simon.......mistakes.
A. always made	B. was always making	C. made always	D. was making always
30. He had the sofa delivered, ........?
A. wasn't he	B. couldn't he	C. didn't he	D. shouldn't he
31. "Do the Smiths live next door to you?" ~ "No, but they........."
A. used to was	B. used to	C. used to do	D. used to did.
32. A new style of jeans.......in the USA.
A. have just been introduced	B. were just introduced
C. has just been introduced	D. has just introduced
33. They have no.......for help.
A. expectancy	B. expectation	C. expectative	D. expect
34. Boys and girls may behave.......in this situation.
A. differing	B. different	C. differently	D. difference
35. He can't stand .. in such poor conditions.
A. living	B. to be alive	C. live	D. to living
36. There's a law that says you........throw trash on the street.
A. couldn't	B. might not	C. must not	D. don't have to
37. .........the people in our village buy meat everyday.
A. Just a few	B. Not many of	C. Only some	D. Not much of
38. ......it is getting dark, we will not wait for him any longer.
A. Unless	B. Although	C. Since	D. While
39. "Tell me when you're coming to London." ~ "Certainly. I'll you before I set off."
A. strike	B. sound	C. ring	D. hit
40. The students sat quietly in the classroom,........to their teacher.
A. listened	B. listening	C. listens	D. listen
41. I don't hate classical music. On the........, I like it very much indeed!
A. contrary	B. alternative	C. opposite	D. contrast
42. All the girls but one.......present yesterday.
A. were	B. are	C. is	D. was
43. Though she was very tired, she went on........
A. work	B. working	C. worked	D. to work
44.. Someone must have taken my bag. I clearly remember........it by the window and now it has gone.
A. to have left	B. to leave	C. leaving	D. leave
VI. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.
45. From 1985 to 1990, he writes ten novels and three plays.
A. plays	B. From 1985 to	C. novels	D. writes
46. Many war battles for nation independence were fought in the North than in any other regions.
A. Many	B. than	C. nation independence	D. fought
VII. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best sentence built from the given words or phrases.
47. My friends / not interested / apply / that job.
 A. My friend is not interested in applying for that job. 
B. My friend is not interested to apply to that job.
C. My friend is not interested to apply for that job.
D. My friend does not intereste to apply to that job. 
48. concert hall / so crowded/ saw / heard / nothing.
A. The concert hall was such crowded that we saw and heard nothing.
B. The concert hall was so crowded that we saw and heard nothing.
C. The concert hall was too crowded that we saw and heard nothing.
D. The concert hall was crowded enough so we saw and heard nothing.
49. wait / him / since / 8 o'clock.
A. I have been waiting for him since 8 o'clock.
B. I have been waited for him since 8 o'clock. 
C. It has been waited for him since 8 o'clock. 
D. It has been being waited for him since 8 o'clock.
50. look / forward / your reply.
A. We are looking forward to receive your reply.	B. It looks forward to receive your reply.
C. They are look forward to receiving your reply.	D. We look forward to receiving your reply.
The End
 SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI THỬ KỲ THI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2016
 ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC Môn: TIẾNG ANH
 (Đề thi có 03 trang) Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề Mã Để 671
I. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions.
01. A. escape	B. homage	C. courage	D. landscape
02. A. domestic	B. dilemma	C. difficult	D. delusion
03. A. necessary	B. marriage	C. expression	D. confidence
04. A. apologize	B. difficulty	C. permission	D. discourtesy
05. A. supervision	B. television	C. intervention	D. realization
II. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.
06. Many war battles for nation independence were fought in the North than in any other regions.
A. Many	B. nation independence	C. than	D. fought
07. From 1985 to 1990, he writes ten novels and three plays.
A. novels	B. plays	C. From 1985 to	D. writes
III. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best option for each of the blanks.
 Today, there are libraries in almost every town in the world. Even in areas ...(8)... there are no libraries, there are often mobile libraries which take books from one village to ...(9).... But in the days when books were copied by hand ...(10)... than printed, libraries were very rare. The reason is simple: books took a very long time to produce, arid there were far fewer copies of any given work around. The greatest library ...(11)... all, that in Alexandria, had 54,000 books. In the ancient world, this number ...(12)... considered huge.
 It was the first time that anyone had collected so many books from all around the world ...(13)... one roof. There are many theories about why these books were lost. ...(14)... is that the library accidentally burned down. Another is that one of the rulers of the city ordered the books to be burned. They were taken to various places and it took six months to burn them. ...(15)... happened, the collection there was priceless. Many of the library's treasures were lost forever-some books were ...(16)... recovered. We cannot even know ...(17)... what the library contained.
08. A. where	B. which	C. who	D. the place
09. A. other	B. others	C. the other	D. another
10. A. rather	B. much	C. else	D. more
11. A. of	B. about	C. in	D. over
12. A. was	B. has been	C. were	D. is
13. A. below	B. over	C. in	D. under
14. A. None	B. All	C. One	D. A theory
15. A. Wherever	B. Whoever	C. Whatever	D. Whichever
16. A. yet	B. already	C. never	D. almost
17. A. detailedly	B. normally	C. really	D. exactly
IV. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions.
 People travel for lots of reasons. They make journeys to and from school or work every day; visit friends and family; take day trips shopping or to football matches; go out for evening entertainment such as the cinema; and they go away on business or study trips. So when does travel become tourism? When people travel to and stay in a place which is not where they live. For example there is recreational tourism if you want to relax and have fun, maybe at the beach. There's cultural tourism: sightseeing or visiting museums to learn about history, art and people's lifestyles. With adventure tourism you explore distant places or do extreme activities. Ecotourism is about ethical and responsible trips to natural environments such as rainforests. Winter tourism is usually holidays in resorts where there is snow and people go skiing or snowboarding. Sport tourism is to play or watch different sporting events like the Olympics. Educational tourism is to learn something, possibly a foreign language, abroad. Nowadays there is also health tourism to look after your body and mind by visiting places like spa resorts; religious tourism to celebrate religious events or visit important religious places such as Mecca for Muslims; and gap-year tourism when young people go backpacking or do voluntary work between school and university.
18. You can take.....
A. theatre and cinema trips.	B. study and business trips.
C. day and evening trips.	D. relax and fun trips.
19.Tourism is travel.....
A. only to other countries	B. to places where you don't live.
C. in your home town.	D. to countries across the world.
20. People travel.....
A. for adventure.	B. to get to work.	C. to go on holiday.	D. for different reasons.
21. Ecotourism is ethical and responsible about.....
A. the environment.	B. shopping.	C. money.	D. for economy
V. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best sentence built from the given words or phrases.
22. look / forward / your reply.
A. They are look forward to receiving your reply.	B. It looks forward to receive your reply.
C. We are looking forward to receive your reply.	D. We look forward to receiving your reply.
23. concert hall / so crowded/ saw / heard / nothing.
A. The concert hall was such crowded that we saw and heard nothing.
B. The concert hall was so crowded that we saw and heard nothing.
C. The concert hall was crowded enough so we saw and heard nothing.
D. The concert hall was too crowded that we saw and heard nothing.
24. My friends / not interested / apply / that job.
A. My friend does not intereste to apply to that job. 
B. My friend is not interested to apply for that job.
 C. My friend is not interested in applying for that job. 
D. My friend is not interested to apply to that job.
25. wait / him / since / 8 o'clock.
A. I have been waited for him since 8 o'clock. 
B. It has been being waited for him since 8 o'clock.
C. It has been waited for him since 8 o'clock. 
D. I have been waiting for him since 8 o'clock.
VI. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that has the same meaning as the original one.
26. It was overeating that caused his heart attack.
A. If it wasn't his overeating, he wouldn't have had a heart attack.
B. But for his overeating, he wouldn't have a heart attack.
C. Had he had overeating, he wouldn't have had a heart attack.
D. But for his overeating, he wouldn't have had a heart attack.
27. Why don't we invite Marshalls to our barbecue on Sunday?
A. I think to invite Marshalls to our barbecue on Sunday.
B. Will we invite Marshalls to our barbecue on Sunday?
C. What about inviting Marshalls to our barbecue on Sunday?
D. Is Marshalls invited to our barbecue on Sunday?
28. Alternative medicine is a complete mystery to some people.
A. Some people are completely mystified by alternative medicine.
B. Some people are completely mysterious with alternative medicine.
C. Alternative medicine is some people's complete mystery.
D. Some people are a complete mystery to alternative medicine.
29. I've forgotten that commentator's name but he's very well-known.
A. The commentator that his name I've forgotten is very well-known.
B. The commentator's name that I've forgotten is very well-known.
C. The commentator that I've forgotten his name was very well-known.
D. The commentator whose name I've forgotten is very well-known.
30. We can say that the leisure industry will be the money spinner of the future.
A. It can be said that the leisure industry will be the money spinner of the future.
B. It can be said the leisure industry will be the money spinner of the future.
C. The leisure industry can be said to be the money spinner of the future.
D. The leisure industry will be said to be the money spinner of the future.
VII. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct option to fill each blank.
31. .........the people in our village buy meat everyday.
A. Not many of	B. Just a few	C. Only some	D. Not much of
32. They have no.......for help.
A. expect	B. expectancy	C. expectation	D. expectative
33. He had the sofa delivered, ........?
A. couldn't he	B. shouldn't he	C. wasn't he	D. didn't he
34. Willie Cather, ....... a prominent American writer, grew up in Nebraska during the early farming years.
A. it is she who became	B. became	C. she became	D. who became
35. Our class.......of twenty boys and ten girls.
A. contains	B. contained	C. is composed	D. is consist
36. When he worked here, Simon.......mistakes.
A. made always	B. was making always	C. was always making	D. always made
37. "Tell me when you're coming to London." ~ "Certainly. I'll you before I set off."
A. hit	B. ring	C. sound	D. strike
38. I don't hate classical music. On the........, I like it very much indeed!
A. contrary	B. opposite	C. contrast	D. alternative
39. "Do the Smiths live next door to you?" ~ "No, but they........."
A. used to do	B. used to	C. used to was	D. used to did.
40. There's a law that says you........throw trash on the street.
A. might not	B. don't have to	C. must not	D. couldn't
41. All the girls but one.......present yesterday.
A. was	B. were	C. is	D. are
42. ......it is getting dark, we will not wait for him any longer.
A. While	B. Although	C. Unless	D. Since
43. If I wings, I .take an airplane to fly home.
A. had / wouldn't have to	B. have / won't have to
C. had / didn't have to	D. have / will have to
44. A new style of jeans.......in the USA.
A. were just introduced	B. have just been introduced
C. has just been introduced	D. has just introduced
45. Nobody is ready to go, .....?
A. are they	B. is he	C. aren't they	D. isn't he
46. The students sat quietly in the classroom,........to their teacher.
A. listen	B. listening	C. listens	D. listened
47. Though she was very tired, she went on........
A. to work	B. worked	C. working	D. work
48. Boys and girls may behave.......in this situation.
A. differing	B. difference	C. different	D. differently
49. He can't stand .. in such poor conditions.
A. living	B. to be alive	C. to

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