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Tóm tắt Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia môn tiếng Anh lần 2 năm 2015 trường THPT Chuyên Bến Tre, Bến Tre
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Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate thecorrect answer to each of the questions.
AN UNWELCOME GUEST
Of the one in seven people in the UK who claim to have seen a ghost, the majority are women.This may be because women have far more association with the spirit world. Women trust theiremotions and are generally better able than men to cope with the unexpected.
Housewife Fiona Blair describes herself as very practical and down-to-earth, and never believed inthe idea that a house could be haunted. That all changed when she and her family moved into amanor house in the Midlands. Although the surveyor reckoned that the house required a lot ofattention and was somewhat damp, they thought it was stunning. They could just afford it and itwould be a good investment, so they took the plunge and decided to buy it.Nonetheless, right from the start, Fiona had a strange sense that they were not alone in the house.One of her teenage daughters had left a towel over the back of a chair in the kitchen. Fiona was inthe garden, and when she returned to the house, the towel was over the kitchen table like atablecloth. On other occasions the family would find that objects such as glasses and vases had
been turned upside-down.This was only the start of the peculiar happenings. A particularly strange incident happened onFiona’s birthday. Fiona’s husband, Mark, came home from work and went into the living room. Heimmediately came rushing out to ask who had bought her the beautiful flowers – but nobody hadgiven Fiona flowers and her daughters had not put the flowers there. It remained a mystery how
they had miraculously appeared.Fiona was curious and decided to find out about the history of the house. What she discovered was
rather alarming. Apparently a young girl, servant to a previous generation of owners, had beenfound dead in peculiar circumstances in the attic. Fiona and her family inevitably began to feelclaustrophobic and trapped in the house, and eventually decided that they would have to move.Unfortunately, things were not as simple as that. Each time they attempted to show the house topotential buyers, Fiona would of course ensure beforehand that everything was neat and tidy in order to make a good impression. But by the time anyone arrived, the entire house would be in a complete mess, and visitors complained of an unpleasant atmosphere. Eventually, after many months, an American couple viewed the house, and decided it had a certain attraction. For some reason, the ghost did not play its usual tricks, and Fiona was able to sell what had been her dream home.
Now living in a spacious modern apartment in London, Fiona wants to forget it all and move onwith her life. ‘At one point I thought I might be going out of my mind, it was all so frightening. We can almost laugh about it all now, but I hope we never experience anything like that again.’
Question 1. According to the passage, why did the writer and her husband want to move into the
house in the Midlands?
A. They were eager to find out if it had a ghost.
B. They were attracted by the appearance of it.
C. They knew someone important had lived there.
D. They were looking for a house to modernize
Question 2. The phrase 'down-to-earth' in the passage is closest in meaning to ................
A. beautiful B. brave C. sensible D. strong
Question 3. The word 'stunning' in the passage could be best replaced by which of the following?
A. beautiful and attractive B. cheap and large
C. cheap and old D. beautiful and new
Question 4. After they moved in, they …………..
A. began to hear strange noises in the attic.
B. realized that the house was incredibly cold.
C. discovered that objects were being moved.
D. broke a lot of glasses.
Question 5. Which of the following can be best replaced the word “peculiar”?
A. unreal B. strange C. pleasant D. imaginary
Question 6. What happened on Fiona’s birthday?
A. Her daughters bought her flowers. B. There was an unexplained occurrence.
C. A burglar broke into the living room. D. Mark forgot to buy a present.
Question 7. According to the fifth paragraph, what had happened to the servant girl?
A. She had killed herself in the attic. B. She was murdered by the owners.
C. She had been locked in the attic. D. She died in the house.
Question 8 What did the ghost do when they decided to sell the house?
A. It disappeared immediately. B. It made people viewing it feel unwelcome.
C. It tidied the house. D. It made horrible noises.
Question 9. What does ‘it’ refer to?
A. the house she lived in B. the modern apartment
C. the experience she had D. the sale of the house
Question 10. Which of the following could you find this passage from?
A. a magazine article B. a textbook
C. a funny story book D. a non-fiction book
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