Đề rèn luyện Tiếng Anh 12 lần 1 năm 2022 – 2023 trường THPT Yên Thế – Bắc Giang

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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions. Question 1: A. private B. protect C. reform D. regard Question 2: A. accurate B. important C. endanger D. erosion 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 each of the following questions. Question 3: Some of the passengers looked green around the gills after the trip! Their faces turned pale. A. confident B. attractive C. energetic D. exhausted Question 4: No one is quite sure why Walt Disney dressed the mouse in the shorts with two buttons and gave him the yellow shoes. A. wore out B. made up C. took off D. put on Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 5: A. conserved B. borrowed C. invited D. complained Question 6: A. academic B. behave C. grade D. examination Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 7: You couldn’t give me a helping hand,____________? A. do you B. could you C. don’t you D. couldn’t you Question 8: The telephones____________by Alexander Graham Bell A. invented B. is inventing C. was invented D. is invented Question 9: We should make full use ____________the Internet as it is an endless source of information. A. from B. in C. of D. with.
Question 10: The better the quality of health care, ______ the life expectancy. A. the more high B. the higher C. the highest D. higher Question 11: She has just bought ___________. A. a brand-new beautiful Swiss watch B. a Swiss beautiful brand-new watch C. a Swiss brand-new beautiful watch D. a beautiful brand-new Swiss watch Question 12: When we came in, they____________the meal for us. A. preparing B. prepare C. prepared D. were preparing Question 13: The house felt terribly cold ____________the fact that the central heating had been on all day. A. in spite of B. because of C. although D. because Question 14: ____________ , he will tell us about the match. A. When he arrives B. While he had arrived C. Until he was arriving D. After he arrived Question 15: The existence of such a centre is expected to help ASEAN members facilitate assistance to any country ______ by a disaster. A. to hit B. hit C. hitting D. hits Question 16: WHO’s main activities are carrying out research on medical _____________ and improving international health care. A. development B. developing C. develops D. develop Question 17: Jack has an amazingly _____________ memory and can easily recall the capitals of three hundred different countries in the world. A. attentive B. reactive C. tentative D. retentive Question 18: Such approaches should be supported and mainstreamed in health interventions in order to________ positive behavior change. A. bring about B. hold up C. set off D. put off.
Question 19: We have decided to________our research into environmental waste to ensure high health standards in this city. A. exaggerate B. outweigh C. boost D. broaden Question 20: Winning the cup in 1998 was just a __ in the pan – they haven’t won the match since then. A. blaze B. flash C. flame D. light Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the answer to each of the question. Scientists have identified two ways in which species disappear. The first is through ordinary or “background” extinctions, where species that fail to adapt are slowly replaced by more adaptable life forms. The second is when large numbers of species go to the wall in relatively short periods of biological time. There have been five such extinctions, each provoked by cataclysmic evolutionary events caused by some geological eruption, climate shift, or space junk slamming into the Earth. Scientists now believe that another mass extinction of species is currently under way – and this time human fingerprints are on the trigger. How are we are doing it? Simply by demanding more and more space for ourselves. In our assault on the ecosystems around us we have used a number of tools, from spear and gun to bulldozer and chainsaw. Certain especially rich ecosystems have proved the most vulnerable. In Hawaii more than half of the native birds are now gone – some 50 species. Such carnage has taken place all across the island communities of the Pacific and Indian oceans. While many species were hunted to extinction, others simply succumbed to the “ introduced predators’ that humans brought with them: the cat, the dog, the pig, and the rat.
Today the tempo of extinction is picking up speed. Hunting is no longer the major culprit, although rare birds and animals continue to be butchered for their skin, feathers, tusks, and internal organs, or taken as savage pets. Today the main threat comes from the destruction of the habitat of wild plants, animals, and insects need to survive. The draining and damming of wetland and river courses threatens the aquatic food chain and our own seafood industry. Overfishing and the destruction of fragile coral reefs destroy ocean biodiversity. Deforestation is taking a staggering toll, particularly in the tropics where the most global biodiversity is at risk. The shinking rainforest cover of the Congo and Amazon river basins and such place as Borneo and Madagascar have a wealth of species per hectare existing nowhere else. As those precious hectares are drowned or turned into arid pasture and cropland, such species disappear forever. Source: Final Countdown Practice Tests by D.F Piniaris, Heinle Cengage Learning, 2010 Question 21: What does the passage mainly discuss? A. The tempo of extinction of species today B. The two ways in which species disappear C. Deforestation as a major cause of mass extinctions of species D. Human activity and its impact on a mass extinction of species Question 22: The word assault in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ……………… A. development B. influence C. attack D. effort Question 23: All of the following are mentioned as a form of habitat destruction EXCEPT ………… A. cutting down forests B. hunting rare birds and animals C. destroying coral reefs D. damming wetlands and rivers Question 24: What was the main threat to biodiversity in Hawaii and other islands in the Pacific and Indian oceans until recently? A. human assault on ecosystems B. vulnerable rich ecosystems C. tools used by human beings D. hunters and introduced predators Question 25: The word them in paragraph 2 refers to ……………… A. oceans B. predators C. humans D. species.