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Đề thi thử môn Anh THPT Quốc gia 2018 - Đề số 53
Gv Kiều Thị Thắng
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
Question 1: A. shrug B. once C. console D. result
Question 2: A. thread B. breath C. break D. tread
Mark the better A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word about differs
from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3: A. considerate B. cooperate C. knowledgeable D. inhabitant
Question 4: A. dedicate B. cosmonaut C. undertake D. gravity
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that
needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 5: The two coaches collided, but luckily no one was wounded.
A. collided B. but C. luckily D. wounded
Question 6: By itself, technology can be either good nor bad, depends on how people use
A. By B. can be C. nor D. depends
Question 7: Having watered the flowers in the rooms, she went on watering those in the
A. Having watered B. in the C. watering D. those
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to
each of the following questions.
Question 8: We don’t want my father to know about the trip. Please, don’t give
A. off B. in C. on D. away
Question 9: You should at least ________an effort to find the boy’s address if you don’t
want to lose your last hope.
A. make B. work C. put D. do
Question 10: If only I ________my temper at the party last night!
A. wouldn’t have lost B. wouldn’t lose C. hadn’t lost D. didn’t lose
Question 11: One of ________days I’m going to give him a piece of my mind.
A. our B. those C. these D. the
Question 12: “Why did you ride your bike today?” “It’s more ________than driving my
A. economical B. economic C. economy D. economically
Question 13: - “ I understand you have been reading all the boys’ letters. Since when? “ -
Since they________to me about their weekend plans.”
A. laid B. have laid C. have lied D. lied
Question 14: What about ________for us? It might be quite interesting, I suppose.
A. to have some of them working B. making some of them work
C. having some of them work D. to make some of them work
Question 15: Scientists say that mass ________can cause fast environmental pollution.
A. production B. productive C. productively D. product
Question 16: We are going to build a fence around the field with (a)n ________to
breedingsheep and cattle.
A. goal B. view C. reason D. outlook
Question 17: The ASEAN countries are going to________a resolution to establish a free
A. take B. pass C. bring D. order
Question 18: Mrs. Finkelstein demanded that the heater ________immediately. Her
apartment was freezing.
A. be repaired B. repaired C. should be repair D. would be repaired
Question 19: I can’t give you the answer on the ________; I’ll have to think about it for
a few days.
A. place B. minute C. scene D. spot
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable respond
to complete each of the following exchanges.
Question 20: Hoang: “Let’s go to my place for a coffee." Nam: “________”
A. Done! B. It’s fine. C. Can’t be better. D. Sounds great.
Question 21: Jack: “I think the food in the restaurant is really delicious.” Janny:
A. Neither do I B. You can say that again
C. You’re welcome. D. That's why I am here
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word (s) OPPOSITE
in meaning to the underlined word (s) in the following question.
Question 22: The sophisticated design of the vase made it a valuable piece or her
A. functional B. simple C. accurate D. complex
Question 23: Having spent all my money on tuition, I’m not affluent enough even to go
to the cinema.
A. arrogant B. wealthy C. afraid D. poor
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
Question 24: Students are expected to be quiet and compliant in the classroom.
A. recalcitrant B. obedient C. compatible D. friendly
Question 25: After many years of unsuccessfully endeavoring to form his own
orchestra, Glenn Miller finally achieved world fame in 1939 as a big band leader.
A. requesting B. trying C. offering D. deciding
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.
Question 26: The newspaper reports that James was awarded the first
prize. A. It is reported that James wins the first prize.
B. It is reported that James to be awarded the first prize.
C. James is reported to have been awarded the first prize.
D. The first prize is reported to award to James.
Question 27: It is possible that we won’t have to take an entrance exam this
year. A. Perhaps we don’t have to take an entrance exam this year.
B. We mustn’t take an entrance exam this year.
C. We mightn’t take an entrance exam this year.
D. It is very likely that we will take an entrance exam this year.
Question 28: In spite of his tiredness, Joe managed to finish his
work. A. Although he is tired, Joe managed to finish his
B. Joe managed to finish his work but he was tired
C. Despite he was tired, Joe managed to finish his work.
D. Tired as he seemed to be, Joe managed to finish his work.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate that best combine this
pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 29: We breathe much polluted air. We get weaker
A. Much polluted air is breathed as we get weaker
B. The more polluted air we breathe, the weaker we get
C. The weaker we get, the more polluted air we breathe
D. Polluted air is responsible for out bad health.
Question 30: We missed class several times. This was the cause of our poor
A. Having missed class several times, our poor grades were anticipated.
B. Having missed class several times, our poor grades were anticipated.
C. We received poor grades missing class several time.
D. Receiving poor grades, we missed class several times.
Read the following passage, and mark the letter (A, B, C or D) on your answer sheet to
indicate the correct answer for each of the blanks.
I live on the first floor of a house that has been (31) _______ into three flats. Five
months ago, a couple moved into the flat above and since then my life has been a
nightmare. They get up at 6 a.m and make a terrible noise. They listen to the radio at top
(32) _______, talk loudly and stamp on the floor. In the evening they play the same
record on their stereo over and over again. It’s beginning to (33) _______ me mad. I’ve
tried turning my own stereo up to (34) _______ out the noise but I like peace and quiet
and find loud music stressful. I tried to talking to them but it hasn’t done any good. I
realize I should live and (35) _______ live , but I have begun to have quite irrational
revenge fantasies about them – like switching off their electricity or deliberately making
a lot of noise late at night when I know they are asleep. What on earth can I do?
Question 31: A. changed B. converted C. adapted D. remade
Question 32: A. power B. volume C. pitch D. intensity
Question 33: A. drive B. force C. turn D. put
Question 34: A. wipe B. sound C. deafen D. drown
Question 35: A. let B. make C. have D. be
Read the following passage and mark the letter (A, B, C or D) on your answer sheet to
indicate the correct answer to each for the questions.
Telecommuting-substituting the computer for the trip to the job-has been hailed as a
solution to all kinds of problems related to office work. For workers, it promises freedom
from the office, less time wasted in traffic, and help with child-care conflicts. For
management, telecommuting helps keep high performers on board, minimizes tardiness
and absenteeism by eliminating commutes, allows periods of solitude for high-
concentration tasks, and provides scheduling flexibility. In some areas, such as Southern
California and Seattle, Washington, local governments are encouraging companies to
start telecommuting programs in order to reduce rush-hour congestion and improve air
quality, but these benefits do not come easily. Making a telecommuting program work
requires careful planning and an understanding of the differences between telecommuting
realities and popular images.
Many workers are seduced by rosy illusions of life as a telecommuter. A computer
programmer from New York City moves to the tranquil Adirondack Mountains and stays
in contact with her office via computer. A manager comes into his Office three days a
week and works at home the other two. An accountant stays home to care for child; she
hooks up her telephone modem connections and does office work between calls to the
These are powerful images, but they are a limited reflection of reality. Telecommuting
workers soon learn that it is almost impossible to concentrate on work and care for a
young child at the same time. Before a certain age, young children cannot recognize,
much less respect, the necessary boundaries between work and family. Additional child
support is necessary if the parent is to get any work done.
Management, too, must separate the myth from the reality. Although the media has paid
a great deal of attention to telecommuting, in most cases it is the employee’s situation,
not the availability of technology, that precipitates a telecommuting arrangement.
That is partly why, despite the widespread press coverage, the number of companies with
workat-home programs or policy guidelines remains small.
Question 36: What is the main subject of the passage?
A. Business management policies
B. Commuting to work
C. Extending the workplace by means of telecommuting
D. Telecommuting for child-care purposes
Question 37: According to the passage, what is the most important tool for a
telecommuter to work at home?
A. telephone B. a camera C. a smart phone D. a computer
Question 38: The word “hailed” in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to
A. welcomed B. communicated C. considered D. arranged
Question 39: Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a problem for office
A. Being restricted to the office B. Incurring expenses for lunches and clothing
C. Taking care of sick children D. Driving in heavy traffic
Question 40: Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a problem for employers that
is potentially solved by telecommuting?
A. Employees’ lateness for work
B. Employees’ absence from work
C. Employees’ need for time to work intensively alone
D. Employees’ conflicts with second jobs
Question 41: Which of the following does the author mention as a possible disadvantage
A. Small children cannot understand the boundaries of work and play.
B. Computer technology is not advanced enough to accommodate the needs of every
C. Electrical malfunctions can destroy a project.
D. The worker often does not have all the needed resources at home.
Question 42: Which of the following is an example of telecommuting as described in the
A. A scientist in a laboratory developing plans for a space station
B. A technical writer sending via computer documents created at home
C. A computer technician repairing an office computer network
D. A teacher directing computer-assisted learning in a private school.
Read the following passage and mark the letter (A, B, C or D) on your answer sheet to
indicate the correct answer to each for the questions.
Millions of people tune into the weather forecast each evening on televisions. Most of
them imagine that the presenter does little more than arrive at the studio a few minutes
before the broadcast, read the weather, and then go home.
In fact, this imagine is far from the truth. The two-minute bulletin which we all rely on
when we need to know tomorrow’s weather is the result of a hard day’s work by the
presenter, who is actually a highly-qualified meteorologist.
Every morning after arriving at the TV studios, the first task of the days is to collect the
latest data from the national Meteorological Office. This office provides up-to-the-minute
information about weather conditions throughout the day, both in Britain and around the
world. The information is very detailed and includes predictions, satellite and radar
pictures, as well as more technical data. After gathering all the relevant material from this
office, the forecaster has to translate the scientific terminology and maps into images and
word which viewers can easily understand.
The final broadcast is then carefully planned. It is prepared in the same way as other
programmes. The presenter decides what to say and in what order to say it. Next, a “story
board” is drawn up which lay out the script word for word. What make a weather forecast
more complicated than other programmes are the maps and electronic images which are
required. The computer has to be programmed so that the pictures appear in the correct
order during the bulletin.
The time allocated for each broadcast can also alter. This is because the weather report is
screened after the news, which can vary in length. The weather forecaster doesn’t always
know how much time is available, which means that he/ she has to be thoroughly
prepared so that the material can be adapted to the time available.
Another related complication is that the weather forecast has to be a live broadcast; it
cannot be pre- recorded. Live shows are very nerve- racking for the presenter because
almost anything can go wrong. Perhaps the most worrying aspect for every weather
forecaster is getting the following day’s predictions wrong. Unfortunately for them this is
not an unusual occurrence; the weather is not always possible to predict accurately.
The weather is a national obsession in Britain, Perhaps because it is so changeable. It’s
the national talking point, and most people watch at least one daily bulletin. It can be
mortifying for a weather man or woman who has predicted rain for the morning to wake
up to brilliant sunshine. These days, a weather forecaster’s job is even more complicated
because they are replied upon to predict other environmental conditions. For example, in
the summer the weather forecast has to include the pollen count for hay fever sufferers.
Some also include reports on ultraviolet radiation intensity to help people avoid sunburn.
The job of the weather forecaster is certainly far more complicated than just pointing at a
map and describing weather conditions. It’s a job for professionals who can cope with
stressful and demanding conditions.
Question 43: What perception do most people have a weather forecasters?
A. They have many qualifications. B. They do a hard day’s work at the studio.
C. They always tell the truth. D. They work very short hours.
Question 44: Meteorologists get their forecasting information from
A. The TV studio B. The country’ s main weather centre
C. Satellite and radar information D. Their office
Question 45: The phrase up- to- the- minute in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to
A. Very brief B. Very short C. (the) most recent D. Fashionable
Question 46: The computer has to be carefully programmed
A.So that the visual are sequenced correctly
B.So that the script is visible to the presenter
C.Because the script has to be written on a story board
D.Because electric maps are used
Question 47: Weather forecasters have to know the material well because
A.The length of the report may have to change
B.The forecast may be incorporated into the news broadcast
C.The content of the report may have to change
D.The broadcast is pre-recorded
Question 48: What does this in paragraph 6 refer to?
A. The weather forecaster’s worry
B. Reading the weather ‘live’
C. Giving a forecast that doesn’t come true
D. An accurate prediction
Question 49: The word mortifying in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to
A.embarrassing B. enjoyable C. deceitful D. frightening
Question 50: Nowadays, weather forecasters have
to A. do experiments to determine the pollen
B.simply point at maps and describe weather conditions.
C.cope with professionals.
D.be able to cope under pressure.
1 C 11 C 21 B 31 B 41 A
2 C 12 A 22 B 32 B 42 B
3 C 13 D 23 D 33 A 43 D
4 C 14 C 24 B 34 D 44 B
5 D 15 A 25 B 35 A 45 C
6 C 16 B 26 C 36 C 46 A
7 C 17 B 27 C 37 D 47 A
8 D 18 A 28 D 38 A 48 C
9 A 19 D 29 B 39 B 49 A
10 C 20 D 30 B 40 D 50 D
LỜI GIẢI CHI TIẾT
Question 1: C
=>Câu C phát âm là/əʊ/ còn lại phát âm là/ʌ/
Question 2: C
=>Câu C phát âm là/eɪ/ còn lại phát âm là/e/
=>Chọn C Question 3:
=>Câu C trọng âm 1 còn lại trọng âm 2
Question 4. C
=>Câu C trọng âm 3 còn lại trọng âm 1
Question 5. D
Câu này dịch như sau: Hai chiếc xe khách đam sầm vào nhau nhưng may mắn không ai bị
Wounded [bị thương do vũ khí như dao, kiếm,...] => injured [bị thương do tai nạn]
Question 6. C
Nor => or
Câu này dịch như sau: Công nghệ chính bản thân nó hoặc tốt hoặc xấu, tùy thuộc vào
cách con người sử dụng nó như thế nào.
Question 7. C
Câu này dịch như sau: Sau khi tưới hoa trong các phòng, cô ấy tiếp tục tưới cây trong nhà
Go on + Ving: tiếp tục làm một công việc đã
làm Go on + to Vo: tiếp tục làm 1 công việc
khác tưới hoa trong phòng ≠ tưới cây trong
nhà bếp watering => to water
Question 8. D
Give off = to produce something such as a smell, heat, light, etc: tỏa ra mùi
Give in: nhượng bộ/ chịu thua
Give on => không có cụm động từ này
Give sb away: để lộ/ tiết lộ
Câu này dịch như sau: Chúng tôi không muốn bố biết về chuyến đi. Làm ơn, đừng để
Question 9. A
Cụm từ: make an effort = take efford = try to do st: nỗ lực làm gì đó
Câu này dịch như sau: Ít nhất bạn nên nỗ lực hết sức để tìm ra địa chỉ của chàng trai
đó nếu bạn không muốn đánh mất cơ hội cuối cùng.
Question 10. C
Cấu trúc: If only = wish: ước gì/ giá mà
Ước ở hiện tại: Only if S+ quá khứ đơn
Ước ở quá khứ: Only if S+ quá khứ hoàn thành
Câu này dịch như sau: Giá mà tôi đã không nổi giận ở bữa tiệc tối qua.
Question 11. C
Câu này dịch như sau: Một trong những ngày này, tôi dự định nói với anh ấy về những
điều tôi không hài lòng.
Give sb a piece of sb‟s mind: bày tỏ với ai sự không hài lòng.
One of these days: dùng cho tương lai
One of those days: một trong những ngày trước
Question 12. A
S+ be+ tính từ => loại economy (danh từ) và economically (trạng từ)
Economic (adj): thuộc về kinh tế
Economical (adj): tiết kiệm
Câu này dịch như sau: “ Tại sao hôm nay bạn đi xe đạp vậy?” “ Nó tiết kiệm hơn đi ô
Question 13. D
Lay(v) – laid – laid + O: đặt/ để
Lie (v) – lied – lied to sb: nói dối ai đó
Lie – lay – laid: nằm
Câu này dịch như sau: Tôi biết bạn đã đọc tất cả những lá thư của mấy đứa nhóc. Từ
khi nào vây?” “ Kể từ khi chúng nói dối tôi về kế hoạch cuối tuần của chúng.”
Question 14. C
How about + Ving => loại A và D
Cấu trúc: S + have sb Vo: nhờ ai đó làm gì
Câu này dịch như sau: Về việc nhờ họ làm việc cho chúng ta thì sao? Tôi nghĩ, nó có
vẻ khá thú vị đó.
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