Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia môn Tiếng Anh – Sở GD&ĐT tỉnh Bắc Ninh năm 2016


Sở GD&ĐT tỉnh Bắc Ninh tổ chức kỳ thi thử THPT Quốc gia năm học 2015 – 2016 để đánh giá chất lượng của toàn tỉnh. Dưới đây là đề thi thử THPTQG môn Tiếng Anh:

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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 questions from 32 to 33.

Question 32:A. welcome               B.comfortable                C. accompany               D.compulsory

Question 33:A. produced              B.laughed       C. explained      D.finished

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position ofprimary stress in each of the following questions from 34 to 36.

Question34: A. illegal       B. domestic        C. creative      D.marvelous

Question35: A. maximum              B. certificate       C. investment               D.inhabitant

Question36: A. expand        B. maintain        C. approach       D.comment

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 22 to 31.

Life expectancy is the period of time that a person can expect to live. Life expectancy varies .-atly between genders and cultures. It used to be that women had a lower life expectancy than men in every 4 w omen died in childbirth), but now'theylive an average of four to five years longer than Life expectancy has been increasing rapidly over the last centuries. With the advent of such modem miracles as sew


ers, medicine and a greater understanding of how diseases are spread, our life expectancy has increased by 25-30 years.

In developing countries like Swaziland, where there is a high HIV/ AIDS rate, life expectancy is as low as 32.6 years. In developed countries like Australia, life expectancy rates are as high as 81 ; ears. There are an increasing number of factors which can cancel out the disadvantages you have, i he one that we are looking at now is how your career can affect your life expectancy. Choosing the wrong career can result in a shorter life!

If you want your career to positively influence your life expectancy, you have to be made of i;oney. That's right. Rich people in wealthy areas of England and France live 10 years longer than me people in poorer areas. Having a successful career has its drawbacks, too if the result of hard work is stress.

Stress can lead to a number of psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety, fatigue,

. ::;sion and aggression. These conditions may result in a lack of concentration and an increase in -enous injuries at work. They can also lead to high blood pressure and heart attacks which seriously

affect life expectancy.

If you are worried that your job might decrease your life expectancy, you probably need to avoid careers on “dangerous jobs” list such as timber cutters, pilots, construction workers, roofer,

truck drivers.

So if you don't want to kick the bucket at an early age, choose a career in something other than

timber cutting, but above all, remember to relax.

FromPre-Essence Readingby Rachel Lee, Longtnan

Question 22: According to the passage, all of the following are true EXCEPT__________________ .

A.Our life expectancy has increased by 25-30 years because there are fewer wars nowadays

B.In the past, women’s life expectancy was lower than that of men

C.Life expectancy varies greatly depending on genders and cultures

D.There has been a dramatic increase in average life expectancy over the last centuries

Question 23:The average life expectancy is 32.6 years in__________________ .

A.Swaziland        B.France          C. Australia  D.England

Question 24:Why does an increase in stress lead to an increase in workplace accidents?

A.Workers like to take sick leave and stay home.

B.It leads to a decrease in concentration and depression.

C.Workers don’t care as much about their jobs.

D.Workers are too busy to observe safety regulations.

Question 25:According to the passage, which of following is true if you have a successful career?

A.You can buy an expensive car   B.Your life expectancy increases by a decade

C.You can afford to exercise and eat wellD.You can spend most of your day in an office.

Question 26:It can be inferred from paragraph 3 that the disadvantage of a successful career is that

A.You won’t have to take a job on the “dangerous jobs” list

B.You are at the greater risk of being a victim of crime

C.There is a high number of work-related injuries

D.You are more likely to be under stress

Question27: Why does the author think that you should remember to relax?

A.Because stress can decrease your life expectancy.

B.Because relaxing will make you feel better.

C.Because relaxing will improve your career.

D.Because you have completed the reading.

Question 28:The phrase“kick the bucket”in the passage is closest in meaning to “____________________

A. die           B.relax          C. live           D.succeed

Question29: What is the main idea of the 1



A.Stress negatively affects life expectancy

B.Making a bad career choice will make your life shorter

C.Life expectancy has increased greatly over the last few centuries.

D.Stress results in lower life expectancy

Question 30:The word“They”in bold in paragraph1refers to__________________ .

A. cultures        B.genders         C.women         D.woman

Question 31:The passage mainly discusses____________________ .

A.the definition of life expectancy

B.the comparison of life expectancy between women and men

C.the importance of a successful career

D.the effects of a career on one’s life expectancy

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