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Đề thi chuyên đề Tiếng Anh 12 lần 3 năm 2018 – 2019 trường Liễn Sơn – Vĩnh Phúc

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    Đề thi chuyên đề Tiếng Anh 12 lần 3 năm 2018 – 2019 trường Liễn Sơn – Vĩnh Phúc

    When people first began to write, they did not use an alphabet. Instead, they drew small pictures to (01)______ the objects they were writing about. This was very slow because there was a different picture for any word.

    The Ancient Egyptians had a (02)______ of picture writing that was described hieroglyphics. The meaning of this writing was forgotten for a very long time but in 1799 some scientists discovered a stone near Alexandria, in Egypt. The stone had been there for (03)______ a thousand years. It had both Greek and hieroglyphics on it and researchers were finally able to understand what the hieroglyphics meant.

    An alphabet is quite different (04)______ picture writing. It consists of letters or symbols that represent a sound and each sound is just part of one word. The Phoenicians, who lived about 3,000 years ago, developed the modern alphabets. It was later improved by the Roman‘s and this alphabet is now used (05)______ throughout the world.

    Question 01: A. notice B. show C. appear D. mark
    Question 02: A. practice B. manner C. plan D. system
    Question 03: A. quite B. more C. over D. already
    Question 04: A. at B. from C. before D. between
    Question 05: A. broadly B. widely C. deeply D. hugely

    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.
    Jupiter is the largest and most massive planet and is fifth in order of distance from the sun. It is well placed for observation for several months in every year and on average is the brightest of the planets apart from Venus, though for relatively brief periods Mars may outshine it. Jupiter's less than 10 hour rotation period gives it the shortest day in the solar system in so far as the principal planets are concerned. There are no true seasons on Jupiter because the axial inclination to the perpendicular of the orbital plane is only just over 3° less than that for any other planet.

    The most famous mark on Jupiter is the Great Red Spot. It has shown variations in both intensity and colour, and at times it has been invisible, but it always returns after a few years. At its greatest extent it may be 40,000 kilometres long and 14,000 kilometres wide, so its surface area is greater than that of Earth. Though the latitude of the Red Spot varies little, it drifts about in longitude.

    Over the past century the total longitudinal drift has amounted to approximately 1200°. The latitude is generally very close to -22°, It was once thought that the Red Spot might be a solid or semisolid body floating in Jupiter's outer gas. However, the Pioneer and Voyager results have refuted that idea and proven the Red Spot to be a phenomenon of Jovian meteorology. Its longevity may well due to its exceptional size, but there are signs that it is decreasing in size, and it may not be permanent. Several smaller red spots have been seen occasionally but have not lasted.

     

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